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

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

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Ifewiislh-IEIIiDipidliiGun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
DLUME 28Number 5
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JANUARY 29. 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
|ag Hammerskjold Sounds Warning:
Soviet Vetoes
Three Power
UN Decision
Jews, Israel Watch Big Four
Berlin Talks; Seek Safeguards
fNnr.I) NATIONS (JTA) The]
bJM veto <>f the three-power res-j
(ition calling for settlement of
Syrian complaint against the
Ltli hydroelectric project on the
rdan River in northeastern Israel
two resolutions as the prob-
bcforc the Council, both intro
ced I > Lebanon. One would cen-
th'e project as a possible
nch of the peace, and the other
upn truce supervisor Gen.
lennike to attempt further
Miliatien of the two parties to
cli-pute.
|The veto by Soviet Deputy For-
m Minister Andrei Y. Vishinsky
Friday night, came at the end
the lb'th session of the Council
the issue. His negative vote,
ider ( ouncil rules, defeated the
ntution although it had the re-
ared seven votes. This was the
t time that the USSR vetoed
[natter pertaining to Israel.
[Mr. Vishinsky had insisted that
Western resolution disregard-
Syria's right to a veto over Is-
li project- in the demilitarized
re. This principle was opposed
p-oughout by the United States,
tain and France, sponsors of the
' -lution.
Council Scolded
Mt.r the vote. British delegate
pr Gladwynn Jebb denounced the
' "melancholy and sinister,"
[" s cretary General Dag Ham-
karskjold inferentially scolded the
Jncil by pointing out that the
Ummigration
\Law Studied;
\Change Urged
NEW vork (JTA) The "im-
perative need" for changes in the
resent immigration laws is em-
hasized by Sen. Hubert H. Hum-
phrey in an analysis of the existing
nflexihle and restrictive immigra-
tion policies which was published
?ere by the Public Affairs Com-"
1 a non-profit educational or-
ganization.
Declaring that "ill-conceived and
?igoted immigration laws have
fsi a blemish on our record of
democratic achievement," Sen.
Humphrey points out that "free-
jom oi movement, both in emigra-
P"n and immigration, have long
Nn acknowledged as among the!
Fn-t fundamental of human free-1
Poms, it is the hallmark of totali-
tarianism that it seeks rigidly to1
limit the free movement of peo-i
Emphasizing that Presidents
"uman and Eisenhower both have
revision of our immigration!
policies, the Minnesota Senator
fa;, s that "such revision represents ,
I" challenge to be met by the corn-
ice n action of all the. American
l*ople no matter what their party
jMi.Liatlon. He draws attention to
in. omnibus immigration and nat-
uralization bill which is now be-
iwe Congress and appeals for the
hupport of the following Dro-
ll' ala:
Creation of a single independent
eminent agency with full re-
sponsibility and jurisdiction over
immigration and naturalization.
is new agency, to be called the
Continued on Page MA
problem was becoming urgent in
terms of the world scene. He also
asked the Council to adopt come
resolution giving Gen. Bennike
authority to work out a compro-
mise solution between the parties.
The Council adjourned without set-
ting the time of its next meeting.
United Nations Secretary General
Dag Hammarskjold served notice
this weekend that unless Jordan
replies to his second message ask-
ing for a definite agreement to
meet wilh Israel under Article XII
of the Jordan Israel armistice, he
will convoke such a conference re-
gardless. He did not set a dead-
line for Jordan's reply, but indi-
cated he would not wait too long
before acting.
Conference Necessary
Mr. Hammarskjold. addressing a
press conference Friday, pointed
out that under Article XII "the
Secretary General is under a legal
obligation to convoke a conference
when he is called upon to do so
under the circumstances set out in
the article." He added: "Person-
ally I feel that the conference
would aorve a useful pure nee if it
is set up within the framework of
the armistice agreement and if its
scope is limited strictly to ques-
tions deriving fro.ni implementa-
tion of that agreement."
He added that "in line with what
I have just said I consider that the
conference should be kept within
the limits of the armistice agree-
ment both as concerns.its setup
and the scope of its work. In my
view, the armistice agreement op-
ens possibilities for participation
in the connference of the Secre-
tary General of the United Nations.
If the parties would consider it
useful that the Secretary General
himself or somebody representing
him, take part in the conference, I
think that such a proposal should
be accepted, and I am willing to
cooperate personally to all the ex-
tent that my time permits."
Mr. Hammarskjold's reference
to the setup of the conference
within the limits of the armistice
agreement was taken as an indirect
reply to the suggestion voiced by
certain elements in the State De-
partment that it would be advis-
able to have some conference oth-
er than under Article XII.
One of the youngsters crt the Jewish National Home for Asth-
matic Children at Denver inhales a "chemical fog" laden with
detergents and drugs. The fog is used to bring relief to the
Home's children who ate stricken with asthma complicated by
lung infections. The National Home gives free treatment to
the nation's needy children suffering from chronic bronchial
asthma.
Sharett Forms New
Three-Faction Cabinet
JERUSALEM (JTA)Premier-designate Moshe Sharett has re-
ported to Israel President Ben-Zvi the successful formation of an
Israeli coalition Cabinet after eight weeks of negotiations. The talks
began following the decision of former Premier David Ben-Gurion to
retire to private life.
Following his audience with the President, Mr. Sharett told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency that he had informed the Chief of State
that his new government was based on three factions commanding a
total of 80 votes in Parliament.
While Mr. Sharett has already scheduled a. meeting of the new
Cabinet, he is still making efforts to bring the Progressives back into
the coalition despite the opposition to the coalition's agreement to
press for an election law amendment limiting the right of Parlia-
mentary representation to parties which obtain 4.2 percent of the
total vote in a national election.
The Cabinet includes nine members of Mr. Sharett's Mapai Party.
four General Zionists and two Labor Mizrachi. The Ministry of Justice
is reserved for a representative of the Progressive Party which was a
member of the former coalition but has not yet agreed to join the new
government.
The only new figure in the Cabinet is Zalman Aranne, Mapai. who
is Minister without Portfolio. Pinhas Lavon has formally assumed the
Ministry of Defense post formerly held by Mr. Ben-Gurion, and Mr.
Sharett combines the Premiership with the Foreign Ministry.
? BERLIN (JTA) Issues of vital
concern to the Jewish people and
to the State of Israel were at stake
this week as the momentous meet-
ing of the foreign ministers of the
United States, Britain and France
with their Russian counterpart got
under way here.
While the world watched devel-
opments here for indications of
what the future may bring, the
Jews and the people of Israel were
also concerned over specific issues.
The Jewish people, mourning
the loss of six million vietims of
Nazism during World War II, were
concerned over the danger of a
rearmed Germany and the attend-
ant possibility of a resurgent Naz-
ism.
Military Revival
In Jerusalem. Acting Premier
Moshe Sharett disclosed to the Par-
liament of the Jewish State last
week that Israel had informed the
Great Powers on several occasions
of its fears of a revival of Nazism
and had warned them against the
dangers of re-arming Germany.
The Israel Government assigned
Dr. Chaim Yahil, deputy head of
its purchasing mission in Germany,
as its observer at the Berlin meet-
ings and pressed diplomatic action
to direct attention to Israel's vital
stake in any German settlement
that may emerge from the meet-
ings.
Israel diplomatic representatives
in Moscow, Paris and London
handed to the governments to
which they were copies of an Is-
raeli aide memoire outlining Is-
rael's interests in the Berlin con-
ference. A similar move by Israeli
representatives in Washington was
expected momentarily.
East Germany
In Moscow, Israel Minister
Shmuel Eliashiv called on Soviet
Deputy Foreign Minister A. Zorin
and, giving him the memorandum,
informed him that Israel had as-
signed an observer to Berlin to pre-
sent Israel's views to the Big Four
Foreign Ministers. Mr. Zorin ex-
pressed no opposition to the idea
of an Israeli observer and promised
to study the aide memoire.
In various Western capitals it
was reported unofficially that the
Big Powers were inclined to sup-
port Israel's claims. No official re-
action was available anywhere.
Apart from general questions of
world security and peace. Israel
was specifically concerned over
two issues: the smooth continua-
tion of reparations payments un-
der the West German-Israel agree-
ment in the event some change in
the status of Germany emerges
from the conference and the re-
vival of Jewish claims for repara-
tions against East Germany as part
Continued on Page* 9 A
Defense of Nazis is Published
JTA Feature
WASHINGTON A defense of
Nazi war criminals is contained in
a new book mailed to Washington
newspapermen from Appleton,
Wisconsin, at the same time Wis-
consin Senator Joseph McCarthy
announced subpoena action against
General Telford Taylor, chief US
prosecutor at the Nuremberg
trials.
Entitled Advance To Barbarism,
the book suggests that punishment
of high-ranking Nazis was a Com-
munist concept and that those in
the western world who favored the
post-war trials were advancing to
"barbarism." The author is an Eng-
lishman, F. J. P. Veale. He ac
cuses the United States of aggres-
sion against the Axis, denounces
the Royal Air Force for bombing
Germany and describes anti-Nazi
resistance movements as "treacher-
ous. He sees Nazis as "gallant,"
lauds the "heroic" Germany Gen-
eral H. B. Ramcke who was con-
victed by the French as a war
criminal and belittles testimony by
Jewish survivors that the Nazis
manufactured "human soap."
Victims of the Nazis consider
the book itself to be an "advance
to barbarism." One of the two per-
sons to whom it is dedicated is Ed-
ward L. Van Roden, a Pennsylvania
judge. Van Roden was praised by
Sen. McCarthy for allegations in
1949 which formed the basis of Mc-
Carthy's attack on American Army
personnel, including Jews, with re-
spect to the treatment of Nazi
stormtroopers held by the United
States for their role in the massa-
cre of American prisoners of war
at Malmedy, Belgium, in 1944. A
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PAGE 3 A
lefense of Nazis is Published;
author Raps Nuremberg Trials
Continued from Pas* 1 A
This,
liri,. subcommittee which invest]
,ted the McCarthy Van Roden
ifi.r-'i- rejected them as false and
Le'-u,Hid the motivation behind
that was seen as a concerted at-
fmpt to Iree dangerous Narfs. Van
kodrn and McCarthy not only
Canted the Nazis freed but urged
hat American legal officers be
placed en trial.
Van linden, through his capacity
s a judge, helped Herbert Gun-
Ijier Sonthoff, a one-time member
kf a Sturm Abteilung detachment.
come an American citizen. This,
Kespitc the fact that Sonthoff had
[rritten. I do not intend to deny
nv adherence to the German cause
Later Van Dodeh endorsed a
In-Nazi. anti-Jewish book. The
[Time of Our Age, by Ludwig
Fritsch He wrote: "I think it
thould have a wide distribution,
not only to the clergy, but to all
Vmericans." A. O. Tittman, who
lounded a successor organization to
She German American Bund, gave
Une book similar praise. Another
endorser was A. J. App who sug-
gested that President Eisenhower
hanged as a war criminal. A
heading of The Crime Of Our Age
lindicatt'* that the writer felt the
rorime" was that the Allies won
Instead of the Nazis. This forerun-
[ner of Veale's Advance To Barbar-
ism was circulated mostly in neo-
|Na:i circles, but the new book is
aimed at a wider audience.
Vealc defends Hermann Goering
as :.n "anti-Communist," praises
Ithe McCarthy investigation of the
IMalmedy trials, praises Field Mar-
Ishall Albert Kesselring, a con-
Ivicted war criminal, for having
['gallantly defended Italian soil"
and ha- kind words for Von Mann
[stein. Keitel, Doenitz, Paeder, Pe-
Itain and others. He likens the trial
I of Hitlerites to the ordeal of Joan
of Arc In keeping with consisten-
cy, he suggests that former Presi-
dent Roosevelt was motivated by
[Jewish votes.
Attacking the Morgenthau Plan
| throughout the book, Veale goes
back to the Old Testament for anti-
Semitic material. He cites the Book
of Joshua, saying: 'There we read
that the Hebrews, when they in-
vaded the land of Canaan slew
"both man and woman, young and
Kahn Circle Slates
Class Initiation Here '
The Shirley B. Kahn Circle No.
1714. ( ompanions of the Forest of
America, will hold a class initia-
tion on Thursday, February 4th, 8
P m. at the Alcazar Hotel.
v preme officer Mrs. Alma C.
Clark, financial secretary-, of New
York, will preside, assisted by Su-
iticer, Mrs. Alberta Weeks,
Sara-ota, Florida.
The group's cover dish supper
will be held Saturday, February
30 p.m., at the Alcazar Ho-
old, and ox and sheep. ,
Veala describes as a "ghastly per-
formance in which the holy men of
Israel evidently took great pride."
He mentions, too, what he calls
the "effontcry" of the Prophet
Samuel.
The book contains justification
For Nazi actions and Prussian mili-
tarism. It lauds Germany as a sup-
posed barrier against Communism.
A comparison is found between the
Soviet counter-offensive of 1944-
1945 and the invasion of Europe by
barbarian hordes in the thirteenth
century. An anti-American theme
also prevails, with an allegation
that "when the Americans entered
the Harz district, execution was
threatened in the ratio of 200 to 1
. ." and with charges that the
Americans tortured Germans. It is
also charged that Germans were
-put into "concentration camps"
without cause by the Allies. In
some instances, the United States
is likened to the Soviet Union.
Great Britain, the nation to which
Veale presumably owes allegiance,
is found more at fault than Nazi
Germany.
Area's Young Adults Move to Cooperate
With Combined Appeal Campaign Here
Martin I. Harwiti
Washington
Federal Holds
Member Meeting
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Association, 1244 Washing-
ton Avenue, Miami Beach, held its
annual members meeting, Wednes-
day, January 20th.
Milton M. Gaynor, Michael Steck-
loff and George W. Hirsch were re-
elected for three-year terms, while
Jack D. Gordon, Arthur H. Cour-
shon. Ben Giller, Charles Silvers
and Claude Pepper continue in
their present capacity as directors.
Jack R. Courshon was elected di-
rector for a term of two years, fil-
ling an existing vacancy.
President Gordon, in his prog-
ress report to the members of
Washington Federal, stated that
the Association's assets increased
441 per cent in the year 1953. Gor-
don reported $5,282,978.67 in sav-
ings at year's end and over 4,000
active savings accounts. He called
attention to the recent expansion
of the Association officers, which
are now increased by 50 per cent,
and the addition of safe deposit
boxes as an added facility. "We're
most grateful for the fine commu-
nity support which has made this
spectacular growth possible," Gor-
don said. He added, "More and
more, people are recognizing the
necessity of building up their own
cash reserves, and they know there
is no safer place to keep their
money and at the same time have
it earn for them than in a savings
institution such as this one."
Martin Hurwiti Named
A1A President
Martin Richard Hurwitz was
elected president of Miami AZA
No. 322 at the group's regular
meeting last week in the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center.
Other officers named were Ger-
ald Pinsky, vice president; Harvey
Miller, secretary; Stanley Rose,
treasurer; Joel Coopersmith, ser-
geant-at-arms; and Selig Goldin,
pledge master.
The newly elected president is
a graduate and confirmand of Beth
David Synagogue, a former officer
of Beth David USY Group, member
of the Basketball Team and past
secretary of AZA No. 322. He is
a junior at Miami Senior High
School.
The first activity of the new ad-
ministration was a rush affair Sat-
urday night at the Peninsular In-
stitute. Guests at the function were
Sidney Adler, attorney and chapter
advisor, and Miss Marlene Duchon,
chapter sweetheart.
Filing Information Available,
Republican Leader Says
Wesley E. Garrison, Republican
state committeeman, and Gray
Brewer, chairman of the Dade
County Republican Executive Com-
mittee, have all necessary papers
and information for filing for of-
fice on the Republican ticket, at
the office of Garrison, 2701 NW
6th Street, Suite 5, Miami, accord-
ing to an announcement this week.
Personnel will be in attendance
from 9 to 5 each day to assist Re-
publicans in filing for office and
furnish requested information and
the necessary filing forms as pre-
scribed by law, Garrison said.
Persons qualifying as candidates
for Congress, the State Legislature
and the ten Circuit Court Judges
must file their papers with R. A.
Gray, Secretary of State, in Talla-
hassee, by noon of February 1st.
Greater Miami's young adults are
ready to lend full cooperation in
the 954 Combined Jewish Appeal.
been announced iby Aaron
Kanner. general campaign chair-
man.
At an initial meeting last week,
representatives of the area's major
young adult groups pledged co-
operation in this year's drive for
funds to aid Israel and support
welfare programs here.
Assisting as coordinator of the
Young Adults Division will be Her-
bert Soule, of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center.
Tentative plans call for a com-
munity-wide dance and social to be
held early in March, according to
Soule. At the first meeting of the
group, emphasis was placed on
the growing importance of individ-
ual giving as distinct from group
giving. The educational phase of
the young adult groups will include
the use of speakers, films and liter-
ature to tell the story of the many
services to mankind supported by
the Combined Jewish Appeal.
Representing the Sharet Chap-
ter of BBYW were Phyllis Gelbard,
Sandy Silberman, Arline Imber and
Sylda Botwin. The Clara Hirsch
Landau Chapter was represented
by Rhoda Granat and Isabel Pugat-
sky. Star Chapter was represented
by Fran Grosswald and Bobby
Greene.
Bert Moss and Morton Erstling
attended for the Young Adults
League of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, and Mickie
Doych represented the Young
Adults Zionist District, Miami
Chapter. Also present were Jack
Dickson. of the Center Young
Adults League, Town Branch, and
Stan Abrahams of the North Shore
Jewish Center Young Adults
League.
The Dance Committee met
Thursday evening at the Town
Branch to discuss plans for the
social function. Reports were pre-
sented by Mrs. Gordon Marmor-
stein, Ruth Dixson, Stanley Abra-
hams and Phyllis Gelbard.
The Young Adults Division will
also include organization of Uni-
versity of Miami students within
the fraternities and sororities, sim-
ilar to previous years. Iota Alpha
Phi Sorority was winner of the
27th CJA trophy last year for out-
standing achievement in behalf of
the campaign.
Teachers Honor Rabbi
Lehrman on Anniversary
Religious School teachers of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center recent-
ly paid tribute to Rabbi Irving
Lehrman by presenting him with
a silver Kiddush Cup in honor of
his 10th anniversary as spiritual
leader of the Center. David Freed-
man, senior staff member, made
the presentation of the cup.
Orr Name* Aides
In Coming Race
John B. Orr, Jr., announced this
week he has qualified with the
Secretary of State as a candidate
for the state legislature and has
named Philip E. Heckerling his
campaign treasurer.
Orr also named a campaign
planning committee comprised of
Joseph J. Orr, Alexander Orr, Jr.,
Robert Pentland, Jr., Claude Pep-
per. Dr. William F. Briggle, Max
Friedson. Mrs. E. L. Thayer, Mrs.
Frieda Rasscel and Sam Jennings.
"More than 50 other persons
have accepted appointments as
campaign leaders and will be nam-
ed to various posts as soon as we
complete a chart of organization,'*
Orr said.
"During the next few weeks, I
plan toehold a series of conferences
with law enforcement and social
agency representatives, municipal
government leaders and others to
map specific points in my general
platform based on seeking fairer
representation for Dade County."
the candidate said.
Three Congressional Medal of Honor wmnew Joj
above at the Jewish War Veterans 58th annual Gold Medal
Award Dinner at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York. They are
(from left to righ) Ben Kaufman. JWV national ^uve *J*
or: Captain Eddie Rickenbacker. World War I **JJJ
chairman; and extreme right. Lieut. Gen. ame. H. ***>^
>*ro of 1942 carrier-benred Tokyo raid. JWV^d Com
zander Harry T. Madison of Detroit -^t^J?KS
'" as Kautmii presents JWV Medal of Merit to Gen. Doolitue
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pupil of the Hebrew Academy. The certificate represents more
than 1,100 trees planted by Academy pupils, netting the sum
of $1800 in their 1953 JNF drive. Also shown are Mrs. J. Z.
Stadlan, chairman of the Jewish National Fund School Cam-
paign, and Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the
Academy.
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LEO MINDLIN.................................. News Editor Shevat 25. !
Mr. Vishinskv Says !f*
Once again, the Soviet Union has used the
power of the veto at the United Nations to pre-
vent the world organization from settling a con-
flict situation. This time, Andrei Vishinsky has
indicated that his government will not go along
with the Three Power decision to give Major
General Vagn Bennike the right to judge in the
dispute arising between Israel and the Arabs
over the hydroelectric project.
Syria has been demanding an impossible
concession the ability to exercise its own
veto on any action Major General Bennike
might take in the demilitarized zone guanel.
As we see it, this demand well served the pur-
pose of further confusing a very basic issue
the Arab refusal to respond to Israel's invoking
cf Article XII in the armistice agreement reach-
ed on the Island of Rhodes.
So long as Syria insisted upon the right to an
vidual veto, world opinion seemed deflect-
ed from observing a general Arab reluctance
and up to this responsibility. It seems to us
that Mr. Vishinsky's complete identification
with the veto power won his sympathies over
for the Moslems.
There can be no other explanation for the
Soviet's sudden turn-about; they would have
no part of the Big Three repudiation of Israel
following the Kibya affair. Unless, of course,
Moscow recalls another demilitarized zone-
Korea's and envisions the coming of an arm-
istice agreement there. Red leaders may very
well be establishing a precedent in the Israel-
Arab controversy to forestall future activity in
Korea's neutral area one which is strate-
gically important for the Soviet's global design.
ee
UNDER DlSWSIOtJ
The Rig Four Meet)
Representatives of the Big Four Powers are
now meeting in Berlin and. conceivably, many
important decisions may arise as a result of
their deliberations. It seems to us that the most
important issue at hand is the fate of Germany
currently divided between East and West.
Whatever decisions are taken or avoided it
is wise for world Jewish leaders to be on guard
during the Berlin deliberations. Out of the cur-
rent talks may stalk a revived Germany to cast
its military shadow upon Europe once again.
We don't believe that unification is an mi-
en! matter; the global ideological conflict
w as sharp as ever, and the dividing line be-
tween East and West runs unalterably through
Berlin. But much hay can be made in the sun-
s.mne of a seeming amity now uniting the Biq
rour representatives. ^
We applaud Jewish observers for tapping
them on the shoulder to remind their govern-
ments of Nazi Germany during World War II
Hitler s murder of six million souls and Konrad
Adenauer s promise to pay a reparations bill
amounting to S822.00O.O00.
It would also be well for the representatives
to ask East Germany when it will be ready to
accept its share of responsibility in the toll of
human suffering and destruction taken for the
glory of the Third Reich.
>lr. lU'n-l.urion on <...:.. Mr. David Ben-Gurion, private citizen now
residing in Sdeh Boker, Israel's Negev, h
done ,t again During the course of his Prime
Mimstership, he found himself on numerous
occasions m less than cordial disagreement
with world Jewish leadership ^
Now. Mr Ben-Gurion has chosen to inform
Amencan Jewry that the ultimate aim of S
sm is migration to Israel. In no uncertain
terms, he md.ca.es that American Zionism
meaningless without this intention
Dr Nahum Goldmann attempted intelligently
to refute the former Prime Minister's remarks
on the matter this week with some quiet tXna
stake m,fCan fcS!? finandal "d "SrSS
stakes in the new Jewish republic
But Mr. Ben-Gurion will apparently have
none of that One things is ceriain-the LhUng
pint that helped forge the modern desUny o,
srael. and mal becQme ^ ^
l?f.WOtamel *"&">* with vitality on
......son .Musi Prevail
It is gratifying to note that Prime Minister
Moshe Sharett has succeeded in presenting a
cabinet to President Ben-Zvi after many har-
rowmg weeks of discussion and compromise
allowing David Ben-Gurion's retirement and
the need to reconstitute a new Israel govern-
ment. ^
We trust most of the difficulties that beset
Mr. Sharett in his task are now over but we
tear it is not the case. Sensible observers ev-
1?*?% wi" ]in in ,he hope ,hat reason maV
prevail dur.ng the coming days of adjustment
nnH rT Dinq' ,He Cali,ion res,s on ,hin sup-
ha?"n ,PrTeuSSiVe Par,y- as an example^
has not entered the reconstructed cabinet Fo
another, we understand that significant minis
tenal posts still remain open owing to the qov-
SF2E2F' anrg ,rom "owhfaecS.
aiism. to decide on who may fill them.
At this moment, we can only echo Mr ?K.
&**? "The goverLem dedicates
"self to hard work. It will s,rive untiringly^
advance Israel materially, as well as spSal-
Ronii riisi<|,>..s it
that the extermination of m S ons oft T^S
brought "shame" to ih. r. 10ns oi 'ews had
ly ^^^^^1 "*
n a country which has no. rea ly lettlT^
esson from the outcome of its wadv^HV. a"Y
to Hitlerian philosophy. Y adherence
House ^?,d^homeeTdiT ,he Lwer
Germany should^ aVo, ^ *
hons who have happily aixed?hi mQny na"
During The Week .. .a* i s
By tEO MINDLIN
IT SEEMS TO ME THAT there ought to be something mT
sistent in world Jewish action than I have been observing ( '
some time now. Apparently, there is one set of values for
Jews to follow, another set for European Jews and still a third t.
Israeli. On the surface, one can explain this with principles *JH1
from national tradition and historical experience, it U, thuit
unsafe to say that all Jews are alike that they, as the bigot,
have only one true allegiance, or that they are incapable of rt
to the values of the state which nurtures them.
But, on the other hand, it would also be unsafe to take the
nate position that of the American Council for Judaism
ample which suggests that Judaism is a "persuasion," that it 1
sents a sterilized approach to religion in which the very cultivatajIT
dabbles in a very' cultivated way with a secular ethical system ai
an unreasonable sort of patriotism can perhaps hide the awful I
of having been born Jewish.
Our tradition obviously incorporates a common denominej
conscious and subconcious values. These must hold true for tj
no matter where he lives. The Yemenite may practice the ta
aspects of his belief more fervently and with greater underi_
lhan can the bourgeois American in his air conditioned synagofM]
both are keenly aware of a kindred past and are expectant, if in3
cut manners, of a kindred future.
In light of these similarities. I find it strange that America]
are alone concerned at this point over the maintenance of
American religious freedoms and Watt the strengthening of tt
public school system in our nation, that they are committed til
l>i. ervation ol the principle of separation of church and state an)]
opposed to religious worship or observance in the public schooli
\\,i~ a major problem discussed at a National Community Relation!
visory Council meeting in Cincinnati last week. Jewish opinion.i
ninj: the gamut of Orthodox to IV.-formed, was represented there]
present were numerous secular organizations determined to tv
their experience on the church-state question.

RABBI MORRIS ADLER, OF DETROIT, called the p
separation "integral to our American democracy." He said the pna
u.is not meant alone to guard minority religions from being d
mated against; its purpose is also, he explained, to prevent anyofl
association of government and religion. Thus, the religious obst...
of Christmas in the public schools is objectionable to Jews, Rabbi Ai
said, "not because the festivals of other faiths are not given the i
prominence, but because it brings religion into the schools" Act
to the Rabbi, the celebration of the holidays of all religious,
would still arouse Jewish opposition since such celebrations is I
ican schools must batter down the wall of complete separation
the two.
In a similar regard. Adlai E. Stevenson last week told the An.
Jewish Committee that the threat to our nation's freedom from'
can be ignored only at great personal peril, calling attention til
AJC's devotion to protecting the civil and religious rights of Jeisf
advancing the cause of human freedom everywhere. 'Your otk|
most urgently needed." Mr Stevenson write to Jacob Blaustein,!
Baltimore, who is completing his fifth year as president of tbe
ization. Mr. Stevenson emphasized that the best way to preserve L
the dignity and the opportunity of any one group is to secure theml
all. AJC's studies on the nature of prejudice, its wide spread e*
Mortal program for the elimination of bigotry and its legislative!
civil defense work, he said, have helped to maintain the constitute!
Buarantsed rights of all peoples.
Had the American Jewish Committee, as one of two disscntinjl
ganizationa m far as NCRAC policy is concerned, been al the Cincis
meeting, its leadership would have received essentially the samei
there as the one written by Mr Stevenson prior to the opet
"I V" *7th annual meeting in New York City Frida\ Itolharei
i with essentially the same problem the one on i theoreS
""' ",|1"' in terms of realistic threa't. The NCRAC discu
"" ">e heels hi the recent Supreme Caul decision in the I
Jersej Gideons Bible cue. The American Jewish Commit!
(,"'""....." "lls w<,'k"'"' for.-ha,lows the (iideons' threat to
'<>-i"" and the ban imposed upon it against distributing copies*
uw Ne* lestamenl in the public schools.

i iTHE ,SJRANGENESS IN OUR CONCERN for the maintenance*'
raumonal freedoms and the preservation of the principle of separata!
-' ikious institutions and the state arises from a strikingly contrail
comm"n f" bv UraeU Jewr> at this time. There, it is a matter*
nlT? '''' f"r r,ll>ux opinion to be represented in the go**
GuriL recem ,l,l'1M"n n the part of the now reconstituted BJJ
cVmiSUSmlIit^rewrd ,o the drftinof *omen was forced,a
Sinn 'he 0r,,,od"y seemed willing to trade its unalten
crisis and fh < ,l,-v,,,"Pm'"' means the end of the current KovernH
Ml. ,5V'""K"",n"'anewcabin<- "th-ma,,erof"JUS
un IreeentK a,''Ln has *"** ***n Pu *id<" temporarily Thef^.
1' I : \ V* Md by ,he General Zionists; now the Projra
hat be turned over to the Religious groups. That this
Plav n o tb ,' *? n,,, reduce ,n" "iRni'icsnce of the demand^
into the hands ol a lareer Relioinus coalition opposM "
unified educati
Thus
on system.
tot4
hus, while American Jewry
ggPj <>! a pbUc wSalfflt
.v^li'ishTcab';^^ I' ^^^nmental crisisThrough "its in.bJ.tJ
cabmet and brings the crisis to a momentary and coBP^
wry expresses its firm dedication wn
which shall remain complete 1> ** J
,r
%tt*2^t?P*^^ ,e" open'because splint^
choice fr, 1 "h ''',, ,,,|r |M'si,ion' su"fst that ,he *** *
irom the Religious groups. 1
"'s clear that -- _____intJ
ia.eEeisnaai,fVen,S They 'r- thatReparation oficL-Jfl
overnmen an /Zni maMw from re,ilous Pin,on ^.iSK*
Orthodox, Thev wm ^"l? Minister of Edtion posts ''"fjja
vast social ull '" say ,n*, w ""* be realistically mindful %J
which makeTn!mKef,er"t''d by ,he Predominance of the Chri^salJ-
our schwU forTif V!' felt even without deUberate effort to c*J
beguarSin he .7n ,1"'^ 'nd lh,t the ***** l Tft*
epubhc Snl u led Sutes whu "o eb t****1 MU,S .
ajjl. s""t-'1"*' -"' help feeling the mcowi*tency


Y, UNUARY 29, 1954
te Rainer to Appear at Women's
[sion CJA Function on Monday
Rainer. stage, screen and | cently. aba Bu appeared on'the
bn star who has won two | Ken Murray show, (he U.I Bull
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e Academy Awardi,
lh women's Divi-
..,' s, ; i in behalf of
fmbinecl Jewish Appeal it
J by Mrs. Jack
in snd Mrs. Irving Lehrman,
Irini'ii ol the Women's Divi-
m,\ with Miss Rainer will
i Brass, public relations offl-
'the Hebrew University in
em, now visiting the United
second Women's Division
.show and the Lux Television Thea-
ter.
Brass is a veteran of Israel's War
of Independence. lie headed the
fir.si Jewish relief unit to surviv-
or! at Nazi concentration camps.
During World War II, Brass li
rected the Jewish Blitz Hostels
which cared f o r children of
bombed out homes in war-ravaged
London. He took an active part in
the Haganah, and toward the end
of the war in 1948, he was sent as
a special emissary to Australia on
behalf of Israel's combined defense
campaign.
The committee assisting with ar-
rangements includes the Mesdames
Leo Ackerman, Meyer A. Baskin,
Herman Brenner, George Chertkof,
Albert S. Dubbin. Moe Feingold,
Samuel D. Goodman, Emil J. Gould,
Harvey Herman, Max Hoffman, Jo-
seph B. Imbrey, Leon Kaplan, Har-
ry Laufer, Herbert E. Scher, Ber-
nard A. Sterling, Max Swartz, Max
W Temchin, Philip R. Warshaw,
Julian Weinkle and Sam Weissel.
Miss Iviic ffaiiwr
bn will be held on Monday,
ary 1st. 1 30 p.m., at Waters-
[tlie home of Mr. and Mrs.]
Jfeissel. 4620 Granada Boule-
[ Gables.
I Pace Setters' Tea will be at-
bj outstanding civic work-
[the Miami and Coral Gables
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers is
nan She will be assisted by
fesdames Sidney Lefcourt,
fcn D. Singer, Aaron M. Kan-
Id A. Frank Wellins.
Rainer has been interested
ne time in events in Europe
^rael and is making her sec
ppearance in the Greater Mi-
ea to speak in behalf of the
^Combined Jewish Appeal.
Rainer won the motion pic-
Icademy Award for her per-
Bices in the Great Ziegfield
he flood Earth. She recently
ired in the motion picture.
I Of Lorram. and has been a
eni guesl on television shows.
Hmi starred in such well-known
i 'in Gnat Waltz,
Lie Si ho >1 and the Toy Wife.
|1944, ifter starring in Hos-
Mi.ss I:,oner went overseas
I W 'i id War troops Hi
Rabbi Swirsky
To be Honored
Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky.
Beth El spiritual leader, will be
honored on the occasion of his
birthday on Sunday evening, Feb-
ruary 7th, In the Dora August Me-
morial Hall, 500 SW 17th Avenue,
by members of the congregation,
its affiliate organizations and the
Religious School.
Rabbi Swirsky will present a
book review during the evening.
Proceeds from the affair will be
used for the functions of the con-
gregation.
Mrs. R. Hirschorn and Mrs. S.
Phillips are co-chairmen of the eve-
ning.
Beth El Radio Hour
Beth El Radio Hour over station
WMIE, Friday from 4 to 4:30 p.m.,
will present Dr. Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky in an address entitled: The
Angels In The Kitchen. The ser-
mon will be based on the master-
piece by Murillo.
Musical is Due
The Miami Young Adult Zionist
District will hold a musical at Har-
well's home. 1910 SW 17th
Street, on Friday, February 5th,
8:30 p.m.
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Division chairmen of Combined Jewish Appeal Retail Merchants Group organize their forces
at a luncheon in the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. Some of the key leaders who attended the meet
ing are standing (left too right) William Zeffert. Frank Seiden. Hy Young, George Rosenfield
Ted Goldstein, Fred Sandier. Jacob Kravitz of Newark, New Jersey, father of Artie Kravitz
Nat Friedman. Sam Suchman and Herbert Blate. Seated (left to right) are William Weintraub
Sam J. Heiman. chairman of Business and Professional Division, Aaron Kravitz, Retail Mer
chants Group chairman, and Aaron M. Kanner, general campaign chairman.
n South't Oufitandiaa Jewis* Cams It to,t 6ir,s
CAMP CARLYLE
HENDERSONVILLE. N.C.
'" h. h.art of vacat.onland. WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA
DIRECTOR WINTON L. MOELLER
Educat p1r,BC'P'. Woodward H.0h School, Cincinnati. n' ,r,|ad
Kd*rl i!- ,oe'l "" rcr..tionl activ.tiaa "7/*'\e10, Modern
Vb n. r,Mor"'>ck riding, water aporta, golf inatruct.on.
Doctor and ruraa on premiaaa. .
OWNER: Mrs. Jeo. Arnold, 8S0 Meridian Avt., Miami Btoth
Ph. 58-8359 M 5-0374
Miami ReprwtMativ..: Mr. A. A. Mayd.fi Ph. 5""
Mrs. Marry Granmon P-- 4MW
. For the information
of contributors
to Israel causes in 1954
rphe year 1954 is a momentous year in the life of the new State of
-- Israel. Only five and a half years old. Israel has already passed the
half-way mark to economic independence. However, to %ciih$land the
economic pressure* brought to bear by ho*tile neighbor* and the ten-
tion and danger on if every frontier, Israel must accelerate the pace
of it* march toward* self-sufficiency.
The key to lhi$ accomplishment i* the absorption of recent immi-
grants, with all the far-flung operations that it requires. Only if Uraet*
people receive the resources they need, at the time they need them,
can they put under cultivation every available parcel of land, surmount
the obstacle* of nature, and continue to welcome every homeless Jew
who comes to them from land* of opprettion and danger.
Although the Israelis are celebrated for their imagination, endur-
ance and will-power, they cannot achieve these goals without the
continued vigorous support of the American people. The United
Jewish Appeal has been the instrumentality through which Americans
in the past have supported the progressive advance of Israel's people.
In 1954 the people of America are urged to intensify their support
of the UJA's life-saving and freedom-serving campaign. .
Warranted and Unwarranted Campaigns
In this crucial period It is more important than ever that the United
Jewish Appeal have priority in timing over all other philanthropic
efforts in behalf of Israel. In addition to the United Jewish Appeal,
there are other authorized organizations with established records of
constructive work in Israel that can claim public support in the
United States.
The Jewish Agency for Palestine, with the support of the Israel
Government, and in response to requests from the organized Jewish
community in the United States, set up in 1949 a COMMITTEE ON
Control and Authorization of Campaigns. This Committee passes
on the validity and general usefulness of all proposed campaigns for
institutions and projects in Israel.
On occasion, new campaigns for limited purposes have been launched
by individuals and organizations. Some of these have put forth claims
not always warranted by facts, and have requested support out of
proportion to their importance.
Whan in Doubt
The Committee on Control and Authorization of Campaigns will
shortly publish its 1954 list of authorized campaigns. Until such a list
is published, whenever you are in doubt, write to the JEWISH
AGENCY FOR PALESTINE. Committee on Control and Authonza-
tion of Campaigns, 16 East 66th Street. New York City.
However, nothing turpeitte* the importance of the L'MTED JEWISH
APPEAL for the future of UraeV* people. Their ability to preserve
pa*t achievement* and move forward to *elf-*ufficiency depend* on
an intensified VISITED JEWISH APPEAL. A contribution to the IJA
is a vole of confidence in 1,600.000 men and women icho are strug-
gling to build and strengthen their country a* a itronghold of freedom
and a haven for the oppretted.
For these reason: the Jewish Agency for Palestine urges even greater
support of the LMTED JEWISH APPEAL in 1954.
in Greater Miami
The UNITED JEWISH APPEAL is supported by
Your Federation
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Miss Dorothv Kastner Becomes Bride
Of Arthur Zuch; to Beside in Aberdeen
On January 22nd. at Temple
Beth Sholom. Hiu Dorothy K.,-:
ner. daughter of Mrs Mollie K.i-f
ner. Los Angeles. California, and
the late flyman Kastner. became
the bride of Arthur George Zuch.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zuch.
10040 West Bay Harbor Drive. Mi-
ami Beach, and Mount Vernon.
New York. Rabbi Leon Krom-h of-
ficiated
Best man was David Zuch. of
New Rochelle. New York, brother
(I the groom. Mrs. David Zuch
acted as matron of honor.
A cocktail party and formal din-
ner followed at the Saxony HofeL
The bride selected a champagne
color imported silk gown, ballerina-
length, with bouffant skirt, strap-
less fitted bodice trimmed with
matching lace and bolero jacket.
Her nose veil was attached to a
eloche of matching lace She car-
ried orchids on a Bible. Her only
piece of jewelry' was a strand of
pearls, gift of Mr. and Mrs Her-
man Zuch.
The bride attended UCLA and
is a member of Sigma Delta Tau
Sorority. Mr Zuch received the
BS degree at Carnegie Institute of
Technology. He is a member of
Tau Delta Phi Fraternity.
After the wedding, the couple
flew to Havana. Yeradera Beach
and Nassau for an extended hon-
eymoon. They will live in Aber-
deen. Maryland, at the Army Chem-
ical Center, where the groom in in
service.
Kane, Datz Will
Live in Jacksonville
Mia Barbara Kane and Albert
Jack Datz were united in marriage
OB Sunday by Rabbi Leon Kronisfl
in his study at Temple Beth
Sholom.
The bride's only
Miss Edith Ruggeri Ben
the groom's brother of i.
Florida, was best man.
Newlywed Mrs D a I .- the
i aughter i : Mr- Elizabeth K ne,
7333 Dick lis
Beach, in whose home the I
lion was held.
Mr Datz is tl : Mr and
Mrs. Herbert DaU 3001 SW
Street.
Following a motor I
Orleans and West Virginia, the
(ouple will reside in Jacksonville
Mrs. Arthur Georqe Zuch
Photo b Ard
Masada Oneg Shabbat
Masada Miami Beach Young
Adult Zionist District will be hosts
at an Oneg Shabbat on Friday
night. January 29!h. in the home
i Miss <;ilda Rappaport. 915 8th
Street. Miami Beach. According to
Aya Bricklin. program chairman.
the evening will include a
test and refreshments
<-
June will mean wedding bells
for Miss Barbara N. Bressler
and David Gordon Miller.
The bride-elect is the daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mr3. Louis
Bressler, New York City. Mr.
Miller, who is the son of the
Mitchell P. Millers. 4311 Gra-
nada Boulevard, Coral Gab-
les, attended the University
of Florida and the U of M. He
entered the Armed Forces
David Oloismon
David Glassman lo
Become Bar Mitzvah
David Glassman son of Mr and
Mr- Max Glassman, will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning
I Congregation Beth .lamb Rah
bi Mosei Mescheloff will officiate
A reception in the Whitman Hall
will follow the ceremony, and a
dinner reception for relatives and
friend- will be held at Harfem-t -
David i- a native Miamian and
a pupil ol the Beth Jacob Religious
School He i- al>o attend- Ida \|
fisher Junior IIi-h School
He is active in athletic- and has
won several medal- and ribbons
in the local Recreation Department
sports program.
Ar,-.ong out-of-town guest- who
will be present for the occasion
are Mr. and Mrs Julius Vinik of
Deal. New Jersey; Mr- Mary Glass-
man and Mrs Anna Resnick. of
Newark, New Jersey: and Mr and
Mrs^Jerry Pasin, of Brooklvn. New
IPERSONALLY
S P E AKING
Rabbi and Mrs Alexander Gross
announce the birth of their -on.
Shaul Shraga. on Friday. January
1 15th at Mount Sinai Hospital Rab-
is principal of the H<
I li my.
.
An open house on fcbriiarv 7tll
at the home of his mother. Mn
Faj Pollack. 2508 SW UN h -
i, will celebrate Richard Sam-
uel Pollack's graduation from the
[Universit) ol Florida with a de-
in architecture Richard
m the US Marine I orpj
for two yean Hi- fraternity is l'i
Lambda Phi. The open house will
' take place from 1 to 5 p m

Visiting at the Harrison Hotel.
Miami Beach i- Z Spier, of Brook-
lyn. New York, representative for
the Jewish Daily Forward He will
be joined by Mrs. Spier next week

I>r Morton L. Hammond left
Miami this week to attend a con-
vention of the American Academy
of Allergy in the Shamrock Hotel
at Houston. Texas. He was accom-
panied on the trip by M/t. Ham
mond. The convention opened
Thursday and is scheduled to con-
clude on February 3rd.
fr ft
Mr and Mrs. Leonard Frucht
man. of Toledo. Ohio, and Mrs
Chester Devenow and their chil-
dren are at the Lombards Hotel to
-pond -ome time with their par-
ents, the Charles Fruchtman-
Mr and Mrs Warren .1 Sussin,
of Kingston. New York, announce
the birth of their son on January
25th. The new arrival joins his
sister, Linda Rose. Grandparents
are Mrs Leon Honig, ol 3530 s\v
Kith Street, Miami They will ten
dor | reception on Sunday night
Mrs, Ida Optner leave- tor Waah
Ington, dc. to attend a B'nai
B'rith district meeting From
there, -he will travel to New York.
where she will vi-n her son. Phil,
and daughter, Mr- M Simpson.

Miss Phyllis t Schermer, daugh
ter ol Mr and Mrs Slgmund W
Schermer, graduates from the Uni-
versit) ol Miami with honor- on
Februarj l-t A Hillel Council
leader. Miss Schermer is also a
member of Alpha Lambda Delta.
Helta Theta Mu and (lamina Alpha
Chi
Milton Friedman. Miami attorn, y
and national youth commissioner
of B'nai B'rith. has left to attend
i district meeting ol the organiza-
tion in Washington, D.C this week
end
FRIDAY. JANUARY
29, a
Double Ceremony to Mark Bar Mitzvoth
Of Howard Jerome, Steven Alan Tendn
A double Bar Mitzvah will mark man Kleinberg, New Yorfc-i
Korsons Choose New
Orleans llniu'vnionn
Saturday morning services at Beth
David Congregation, when Rabbi
Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice
Mamches officiate over the con-
firmations of Howard Jerome Tcn-
dnch and Steven Alan Tendrich.
The confirmands are cousins and
sons respectively of Mr. and Mrs.
Isadore Tendrich, 1755 SW 21st
Avenue, and Mr and Mrs. Samuel
Tendrich, 1801 SW 21st Avenue.
Howard Jerome is an eighth
grade student at Shenandoah Jun-
ior High School, where he is a
member of the band, secretary of
his Home Room and treasurer of
the eighth grade Youth Guidance
Association
A pupil of Doth David Religious
School, he will read the Haftorah
and address the congregation.
Sti ven Alan also attends Shen-
andoah Junior High School, where
he i- a member of the Varsity Bas-
ket hall Team Along with hi- cou-
sin, he belonged to the Shenandoah |
Elementary Bicycle Drill Team that
ha' been invited to Washington
tw i year- in a row to win iirst
priie there at an AAA meeting.
\ reception will follow the cere-
mo. j at the synagogue A dinner In
the Ba Mitzvah boy- honor will
be held at the Phillis Kapp MM
11111 Coral Gables, on Sunday etW
mug
Honored guests will include
III ir grandpan nts, Mr and Mrs.
1 seph Tendrich, 747 West Avenue,
nd Mrs Sail) Gardner, 1560 Mer-
idian Avenue Out-Ol tow.i guestl
present will be Mr and Mrs Hy
r
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Mrs. Harold Morris. Chicago
Mrs. Ruth Gasko, Tel Aviv.
Uncles and aunts w ho will I
Howard Jerome and Steven _
include Mr. Mote Tendrich. Dr."i
Mrs. Max Tendrich. Mr. and
Malvin Englander, Mr. and
Morris Tepper, Dr and Mrs.
Gardner, Mr. and Mrs Lloyd I
ner and Mr. and Mrs Nathan!
ter.
Carmen Cavallaio, poet oh
the piano, headlines at laj
Rue restaurant. New policy]
presents scci3ty dinner danc-j
ing to the strains of the
Adler orchestra.
SiMiiiaf KOSHER CATERERS
Weddings Bar Mitzvahs
KulTets Garden Parties
i
1
CAT BRIHO
A Cumplett StMM
>" Party Too Small No Party Too Uril
''" Dade Boulevard Miami Beach
Wl if \., Anawwt Oil S<
l*i Kabbmitdi Sur-cn-uion .
Millstones Announce
Esther's Betrothal
iM^tSf Paul Ml"* 152 NU 43rd Place. Miami, for-
merly of St. Louis. Missouri an
nounce the engagement of their
ft2SE8ther-,o A,vin S
mEK^T T of Mr and M"
Michael Appelbaum. of St. Louis.
The bride-elect attended schools
JL U,S and Misuni- d has
recently returned to St. Louis to
Mr Appelbaum graduated from
an? "ha 8h ^h01 in St ^
ArmpH a-86*'' ,W >ears in e
MM* eS He is a mem**r of
Midwestern B'nai B'rith Young
Mist Ellen Leahan and Larry
Korson wen- the tir-t couple to be
married in the North Shore Jewish
' '' Their rite- were s,,|t.In
nized on December 26th.
The bnde is the daughter ol Mr
nd Mr- Sa.m.ei Leahan, 2590 SW ,
1'h S'ree, M,.,,,,, She was at *S*S*S*^*S.jlmS4.2,.:.S.;gg
','"'1,"'1 h> he rsisterinlaw. Mrs '
;''> Lohan, ol Philadelphia, as ,a
iron ol honor
Goldsmith, Orlando, was maid ,
honor Bridesmaids were Miu Ml
mi August and Mia Ann Serrant
Acting a, beat man was Wallace
r riedman.
Mr Kor-on ,- ,he son o| Mr-
Lillian Konon, 605 84th Street
Miami Beach
rollowmgaweddms.riptoNew
Orleans, the aewlywedj an
home in Miami Beach
.r-^atsccr-
Lears Arc Hosts to
Szold Hadassah
. Henr'pa Szold Hadassah discus
sion group will be guesta oflir
and Mrs Edward Uar on Saturd/v
evening. 8 p.m., a, ^ A?ay
Road, Miami Beach A,ton
GIRLS 23rd Season Same Ownership BOYS
"'CM IN rl POCOHOS
Pine Forest Camp
cordially invites you to attend their first
Florida Sunshine Reunion
Saturday, iunaary 30th, 1954 1 to 4 pj*
Hollywood Beach Hotel
Hollywood, Florida
',,l,,h....... Ww*., Se#..Jrs. SW M-.
Ommn, (m, Movmi
Writ, or Coll: MRS. ROSfi IMIRY. 110 N.I. 7SH. St.. Mi.*
Phone 0441O2


JANUARY 29, 1954
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Age Newspaper
Name Here
Age Newspaper, of the
Miami Jewish Community
Town Branch, will be dis-
on February 1st through-
enter and the community.
apcr is marchil for a
Ind all Ifcn agers arc in-
make suggestions, accord-
announcement this week.
an active teen age girls'
ftinc at the Town Branch,
iveri commendations from
erebral Palsy for its aid in
tag day-
iris were volunteer tele-
operators at the Miami
Uditorium on January 23rd
, and took pledges for do-
Delta I'm announces the
of its new officers: presi-
Dbortj Schoychid; 1st vice
|il. Jo> Kane; 2nd vice pres-
hirley Bill; recording secre-
eonore Horenstein; corre-
secretary, Barbara Co-
reasurcr. Sheila Karger;
ship chairman. Anita Siag-
lain. Shirah Skop; parlia-
ihi-torian. Ana Elovitx;
l-at arms. Bernice Rosen-
llation was held on Thurs-
tnin- January 28th.
fa Cohen, president of Tri
fcid Marcia Feingold. presi-
! Phi Sigma Tau. announced
eir teen age groups plan-
|joint (unction at Crandon
Thursday.
mm \amea
Workers
go Wilson and Jim Hender-
chairmen of the Odham for
Dr committee in Dade Coun-
announced area managers
Obitiari
e n
YOSEF ROTT6NBCRQ
. of on Januar> Ivtii it, a |, H| hnavltai
He la aurvlvrd by Ms wife. Lena. i\
M and Mnrrta Roth. i,f Miami
and latvirt. Mli.-hrll and Hurry, and
two daiiKhtn*. MIMird and Mr*
Claire Sultanoff ServK-ea were on
January isth. at the Miami Heath
Itlvei-lde. with Interment un Mount
Nebo Orm-tory.
ALICE HERZBERQ
f.S. of US] NK lAHth Street. |,,l
..*.... (ii Jaaoar* iih in a loci h...-
liital. ICrniainn were aent to -\Y Y.iik
City for arr\lnw and inti-mu-nt l.y
the Miami i;i\<-rlde.
SARAH WINSTON
n. ..f 1.1! Miller linad. Coral tjablea,
iiaeaed away January 11th In a loi-al
hof-intal She In aurvlvwl li\ ti*r hu-
l.aml. William: one eon. William: two
.lauht.r>, Maraaret Stone and IJI-
1-.mii Koaloff: a brother. Mrx S< hwarta.
and two Kistera. Koxe Klxlei and Kat-
ti. El lelj I Services were on Janu-
ary I Hh at the Miami Itiver-ide. with
Interment on Mount Sinai Cemetery.
Association, th. Tampa Showmen v
Asanrialioa and the Natlnnal s. ... -
Association !) I- iiil>H by
hi I rotlier. John I. !ln-II an I two
sisters Mrs Henrietta Herprtn and
Mrs Kate r is. her Swvl.es ware on
January _'*th in the Miami itiapel of
in.- ...r.li.n l-iineral Home, with inter-
in.nl on Mount Nebo i>m-ter>
HARRY ROSENBERG
Friedman Unveiling I Miller Unveiling
The dedication of a monument j The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Edward! to the memory of the late Simon
Friedman, formerly of 5435 La Miller, formerly of 121 2nd Ter
Gorce Drive, will take place Sun- race. East DiLido Island, will take
day. January 31st at 2 p.m. at Hi. place Sunday. January 31st at 2
Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Max p.m. at ML Nebo Cemetery with
Shapiro officiating. Mr. Friedman | Rabbi Ben Zion of Israel officiat-
is survived by his wife Bertha; a i ing. Mr. Miller is survived by his
JlSU.uU!&%?ESZ,23 '' |tf|' L** nd si* sisters to wife Pauline: two daughters. Mis.
nteiment |. Beach Memorial <-hai-i
SOL OREVFOUS
Remains wre *at January lth to
Philadelphia. I'. ansylsnla. f..r wr>-
\ interment by IVaeh
rial Cha|>el.
HARRY FINK
it. of III Zmora Avenue. Coral Gab-
la*, died on January 11th In a local
M>*i>ital. He la survived l>> his wife.
tVjmihv : and one stater. Mrs. Beatrice
Zaremba. Services ware on January
i:.th at the Miami Rhrersiwe. with In-
terment on Mount Nebo Cemetery.
LOUIS FRANCIS
si>. of 1""..1 NW r.lth Street. passe<1
away on January 11th at his residenre.
Me Is survived by two sons. Borla and
Ben; and one daughter. Lena. Rerv-
k-es were on January 11th at the. Mi-
ami Riverside, witk Interment on
Mount Nebo CeineWry
eluding Celia Friedman and Mrs.; Evelyn and Mrs. Beatrice Kammskj
George Schwartz, also one brother.! and a son Gersbon. Mr. Miller was
Mr. Friedman was a veteran of \ treasurer of the ML Sinai Lodge
World War One: a life member of i IOOF. a Mason and a member of
K of P; a member of B'nai B'rith the Miami Beach Jewish Center
Joseph dresser Civic League of Miami Beach.< Arrangements are in charge of Pal
Remains weie ..nt jamary ith to American Legion and Beth David mer's Miami Monument Company.
In, i!;hi""h Me,,, Congregation Arrangements are in Friends and relatives are asked to
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu- attend,
ment Company. Friends and rela-j
fives are asked to attend.
CARL STONE
Remains were sent January J.nh to
Boston. Massachusetts, for aervtrea
and Interment by Beach M
Chapel.
Herman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
Browd Unveiling to the memory" of the late Juliu*
The dedication of a monument Herman, formerly of 1630 SW 10th
to the memory of the late Samuel Street, will take place Sunday Jan-
MRS ROSE GOLDSMITH
* of 7'." Hth llac.-. Miami Beach.
Sled J.m .. th at her home She j
came here from New V..r|< at] % -ars I
!&gi.UZ2'\ SSJrSSHi Jrwwd,"fsa^srty at M NE 14th I uary 31st at 11 am on Mt.Su.ai
serriee, were .-* January :ib in mi- Avenue North Miaasi Beach will Memorial Park Cemetery vvitn Han-
bi S. T. Swirsky officiating. Mr.
survived by his wife
mmt Beach Riverside <"hapel. with in-
terment on Mount Nebo IVmettfy
SAMUEL WIOLANSKY
(8. of 2in SW Hth Terrace, died
January- Tth hi a local hospital. He Is
survived by his wife, (ranees: three
sons. Albert, William and Sidney, and
one daughter. Mrs. Sally Iiobbms.
Services were on Januaiy th at the
Miami Riverside, with Interment on
Mount Sinai Ceavetery.
STELLA PERLMAN
10. of 17H0 8W Tth Street, died on
Januar> >th at her residence. Sfe*
Is survived by her husband, fiavid
three brothers, Joseph. Jack and Max
Smith: and one sister. Mrs Jean Joffe.
were on January 11th at the
Miami Riverside, with interment
the Star of David Cemetery.
on
LOUIS DICKERMAN
Of --:t SW .'.th Street. lied on
January ZZn\ in a local hospital. He
is survived b> bis a If e. Sophye: two
I sons. Harold and Norman: and a sis-
ter and biother Remains were sent
I lo PhsaalCi New Jersey, for ser I
I Interment by the Miami Bex !>
[ nty and report ad- <:.wrside.
area leaders will be nam-| judith ek
of 1211 StUSwatei Dit\e. i**sed away
Januai. ."Ind after an aoident She
i. *i.r\:\e Father, Arthui. and sisters. Patrick
and I>el,rah Kenutlns were sent to
Tonkers. New York. 1'* servl.es and
interiuenl l.> K.-acb Memorial ("hiipej.
HARRY J. SILVERMAN
a. of IJO0 North By Road, died Jania-
take place Sunday. Jaai-y 31st at
2 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Mtsnorial Park Herman
Cemetery with Rabbi Mayer
ary nth in Avon tVrk. fie' is survived j Abramowiu officiating. Mr Browd
nroL^'Ve h"rof^;^7hr?^ >ived by his wife Ullian. a
ten. Ser\ icee were in .the Miami son Rudolph; two dSBghters. Mrs.
TtfcYt Riverside Tsasa-I Jaaaawr ;th
mith interment on Mount Nehw tery.
IS
LOUIS FRrEONER
>. of ^;i i Mean Ih-ive. died in a local
hoep.tal. He was a hotel operator and
came here ebcht months ayo from At-
lantic City. New Jersey He is aor-
vived b> his wife. Sadie, and a son.
Mart>n Services and interment were
in Atlantic <-||y. with local arrange-
ments by Miami Bevch Riverside.
Ruth Sheridan and Mrs. Blossom
Shane: 3 brothers.'Max. lrwin and
Ralph and three grandchildren. Ar-1
rangements are in charge of Pal-1 attend,
mer's Miami Monument Company-
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
Anita; a son Louis of Bronx. NY:
two daughters. Mrs. Reeve Sher-
man and Jean Baum. both of Long
bland and two grandchildren. Ar-
rangements are in charge of Pal-
mer's Miami Monument Company
Friends and relatives are asked to
Berger Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to j
MRS. ANNE KRANZ
. of M 10th Street, died January
list, she came here seven years a*o \ the memory of the late David Ber-
Irom Hi.-4.hn. New Torn. Survivors' __-_i _f OrVl l.nnr Av. I
include her husband. Jacob: a son. I ger. formerly of 800 LnOX AV- I
R.>bert. and one daughter. Doris, she enue. Miami Beach, will take place ,
aLso leaves two brothers and two I
ter- llurlal aas In Newark. New Jer-
sey, with local arrangements b> Mi-
ami Beach KB e'side.
in th- \t week or ten
r High. Miami at-
Tand i '..:: H -rne. sales man-J
or a n itch company, will;
he Cn -m committee, i
art on \ also an attor-j
accept' I the position of
for Miami
.lo-.-ph Murphy, lawyer,
i e the Odham support-
imi. the Odham com-
nianaged by John
Lerman Unveiling

meni hjr Beach Memortal ChnncL
Sunday. January 31st at 12:30 p.m.
on Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Ceme-
tery with Rabbi Alfred Waxman
officiating. Mr. Berger is survived
by his wife Ann and one sister
The dedication of a monument Arrangements are in charge of Pal-
to the memory of the late Leo J. mer's Miami Monument Company.
Lerman. formerly, of 721 86th f-nends ad relatives are asked to 1
Street. Miami Beach, will take attend.
place Sunday. January 31st, 1 p.m.'_____________________
at Mt Nebo cemetery- with Rabbi! t ...
Isaac H. Ever officiating Mr Ler Cohen Unveiling
man is survived by his wife. Es-' The dedication of a monument to j
ther; two sons. Gerald and Mich the memory' l the late Nettie Co-
ael; two sisters. Mrs. Goldie Kogst. hen. formerly of 906 4th Street. |

DER YIDDISHER FORUM
kits tvorr satmuVat, -..
IMCSCTn tJiAll CONCtKATMN
1415 EkM Avenue. Meami ach
SATU.DAY, JANWA1T Wth
C.rsf Ifk* (freaa dew rrk>:
ISRAEL $Tt:NBAUM
Tewet:
'MfhwwAl PtOMCAU IN
AMltKAH JfWIUI UK"
TILLIE BICTLER
She Is survived b> h. r h:is-
uand. I*aul. and daughter. lon^h>
"" w*rr "nt to Mae- -:-- ____ c...
wda. for nervi.s aad inter- of Los Angeles, and Mrs Beatrice' Miami Beach, will take place sun
Glaser. of Chicago, and one broth-'day, January 31st at 130 p m. at
er. Phillip. Arrangements are In Mt Smai Memorial Park Cemetery,
charge of Thurmond Monument Mrs. Cohen is survived by-
Company. Friends and relatives
are asked to attend.
DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP
RELIABLE DAY WO+XKEBS
h\ EMPLOYMENT
SERVICE
7 N. E. M Street Phesst t-SSSI
AL MElDENBERO, Owner
MRS. SOPHIE FOX
:.i th StreeL Miami Bea.-h.
died on January l*th A resident her.-
s sur-
vived by three daughters. Mir-
and Mrs. Mvra J Mltni.k. Miami
in and architect. ?- :***r*vg pVv?.' ~~--------~------
Nen Jer. her and a als StllOSS UnVeiUIlQ
ier KeiiMir.- were sent lo New York
services and Inlerment- by
Miami Beach Riverside.
I;
'
::
live
po
i Sr attorney, will
. Dade committee.
Sullivan, insurance
'he campaign man-
! in the North Dade sec-
husband Samuel Arrangement-
are in charge of Palmer's Miami
Monument Company Friends and
relatives are asked to attend.
MRS ETHEL LEVINE
The dedication of a monument TT __ -_
to the memory of the late Alex Bower Unveiling
Shloss. formerly of 2185 SW 19th The dedication of a
monument
:; rV\ -Xn,Sh:r;f.^heJ",isJ j Terr^. will be held Sund-f. Janu- the memory of the late Herman
Tello (iri.fith will head the
rters in Hialeah. and
' Fader, druggist, has been
chairman of the Southwest
Uec
m Thed. president of the
|west Kivunis club. has
lanage the campaign in
\ i i rove area.
late for governor and
pr up to :he late Governor Dan
" 1952 will officially kick
Jrrent campaign in South
u.th a two-hour and 45
adcast covering Dade.
w. Broward and Palm Beach
tlc-
improvised network will be
"P of radio stations in these
counties in order to assure
II reara, -he came 1 Miami from
Pasia.H. Seu Ji an She Is aurvlved
b] her husband. Hiram: a etsn. Ar-
I Ihui "ne dauahi.i. Sandra, her moth-
Mrs. Tlllle Casten. and a brother.
Karl Kei sere In the Miami
r-hapel >' Hordi.n's huneral Home with
Interment <-n Mount Nebo iVmetetT-
LOUIS E. RUSSELL
..f St. I'eler-bura. FV.rida. passed
SWay in n PeterseiurT on January
Hid A res.dent there for eieht >ears-
he came originally from Patterson.
Sew Jersey Mr RosaeU was a *eter-
an "f WorRt War I. a member of KIka
l>siae No. II. Newark. New Jeraey.
and the Amerioaa lesion. He was
affiliated with the Miami Shownaew
Library Mark*
Munir Month
ary 31st. 3:30 p.m at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery, with Rabbi S. Machtei
officiating. Mr. Shloss is swrvived
by his wife. Rose, and a sister. Mrs.
B. Shankman. Aiiaugtiuesats are
in charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
Siegel Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to |
the memory of the late Ida Saegel. |
formerly of 2301 S.W 7th Avenue.'
will take plaea Sunday. January
) 31st at 1:00 pja. oa Woodlawn
Park Cemetery with Rabbi Max
: Shapiro officiating. Mrs. Siegel is ,
Miami Public Library is celebrat- survived by two sons. Max and Jo- \
ing Jewish Music Month with an ^pj,; daughter. Mrs. Sam Sha
exhibit of manuscripts of Arnold j p\> two sisters. Mrs. Ethel Wax-
Bower, formerly of 7701 lrwin
Road. Coral Gables, will be held
Sunday. January 31st. 3 P m. at
ML Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi S
Machtei officiating. Mr. Bower is
survived by his two sons. Louts and
Abraham, and a daughter. Mrs.
Rose Shloss. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu
aaeat Company. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
FOf KAt SATISfACTlOw
TED BRAMSON
JKYfTfS TO* TO
NATIONAL
i:\K>riiiinatoi>
fSTAtUSMB !3*
Emergency
3-5210
DIAL 58-7341
ItTTU SaVKE
AT
IfASOMAilE
mm
um coverage in the Southi Volpe's compositions from Janu
'area The program will go' 'T 2W> to February 19th.
* air at 7:15 p.m.. Tuesday.'
and Mrs. Natalie Newman of
Chicago: six grandchildren and two
Manuscripts on exhibit include j great grandchildren. Mrs. Siegel
ar> 2nd. and will run con- i The Lord U My Shepherd, written i was a charter member <*}**
tl> until io p.m. I for Arturo de Filippi: My Prayer. | Chesed Shel Ernes and a washer;
dedicated to Mrs Jenie B. Cooper:, of the Beth David CoagregaUaw
i Three Inventions A Deux Voiv; and Arrangements are in charge *
! Reveille Bugle Call, dedicated to I Palms Miami Mowament Comaaary
Hurwitz to Speak
|0neg Shabbat
Joseph Hurwitz will be guest
per at the Friday evening Oneg
pat of the Miami Young Zion
Pistrict in the home of Miss La-
leinberg, 1013 SW 12th Av-
Jiss Mi<*y Doych. president of
[Kroup, said this week that Dr
"iu will distwss: The Custoaas
* Of Jewish Marriage.
Hurwiu hold the PhD de
>n Hebrew and Biblical Liter-
having studied at Harvard
P?n L'mversity and the Hebrew
Pers College at Boston. He -
f the book. The Jewish lu-
ce- on The Narratives Of The
the home of
SUNSHINE FASHIONS
rt*. V.S. **. ear.
TL
Weat Palm
"Our Boys."
Photographs include Dr. Amoed
Volpe. Mrs. Marie Volpe and Leo-
pold Aner. taken in 1914; Dr.
Volpe conducting his last concert
with the University of Mii Sym-
phony Orchestra in January. 1M0:
sad one large photograph of the
composer-conductor.
Music includes The Quartet is
G major for strings, two violins,
viola and violincello and Three In
ventsean sad 11 Fugues, for piano
Also shown are school notes aad
examinations at the St. Petersburg
Conservatory of Music, with cor-
rections by Rimsky KanakaO and
a Bnrrt uiogtam of Dr. Votpes
first concert, Jury 21, 17.
; Fnends and relatives are asked to
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 29
UM Slates Second
Mental Health Series
The psychiatrist's vi W ol various
phases ol social conduct "ill be
present) i by six authorities in
their I Bd an-
nual Mental Health Lecture Series
in the <
ol the Universitj <>i Miami.
Dr. Jess Spirer, director >>f the
UM Guidance renter, is coordina-
tor of the program.
Lectures will Do given Thursday
evenings. 8:15 p.m.. in Beaumont
Lecture Hall on the main campus,
beginning February 11th and end-
ing March 18th.
Dr. Paul S. Jarrett will open the
series with a discussion on prob-
lems of physical health from the
psychiatrist's point of view. A psy-
chiatrist's view of modern educa-
tion will be presented by Dr Jac-
ques S. Gottlieb, and of juvenile
delinquency hy Dr. Bruce Alspach. i
Dr. Bernard R^odr**"* wil' hr%l
on psychiatry aid marriage. Others '
are Dr. John J. McAir'rrws on psy-
chiatry and religion, and Dr. Her-
man Selinsky on psychiatry and
human rights.
1?
Judo Class Resumes
The Judo class for t,.,nag..
began its 1954 schedule a.
Greater Miami Jewish < mmil
(ciiler. Town Branch (.ymn
on Thursday evening Lead-
for the Judo insti
vi led hy Lou llendelov
with the American School for J^
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Steinbaum to Address
Der Yiddisher Forum
Israel Steinbaum, of New York,
Will be guest speaker at a meeting
of Der yiddisher Forum on Satur-
day evening, January 30th. 8 p.m..
in Kneseth Israel Congri "ion.
Subject of Steinbaum- ad
i- scheduled as: Bi-Lingual
Jems In American Jewish Life
The speaker has been a teacher
and is a frenuent contributor to
publications on educational sub-
jects. He i- currently affiliated
with the Yiddi.-h Scientific Insti-
tute.
Der Yiddisher Forum i- a weekly
presentation of the Greater Miami
Chapter of YIVO.
I Israel Film Scheduled
The Miami Young Adult Zionist
District will meet Tuesday, Feb-
ruary 2nd. 8:30 p.m.. at the Bureau
of Jewish Education. An Israel
film will be shown
Proceeds for Hospital
Greater Miami Alumni Associa-
tion of Iota Alpha Pi held its an-1
nual card party Wednesday eve-'
ning at the Home Milk Company.'
Proceeds are for the Variety C'hil-.
dren's Hospital. In charge of the j
affair were Miss Pat Besner, Mrs
Henry Roman. Mrs, Eli King and |
Miss Evelyn Litman.
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.he Mesdames Gussie Rosencranz. Adrienne Heir, Rachelle Abrornowitz. Lillian fttto Olid
Shirlee Altaian. Bottom iow are the Mesdames Bert Klinger Gold.e Cohen, president. June
Wagner, chairman, Gussie Schwarz, chairman, and Elsie Belsky.
Women Map Plans for UJA Drive;
103 Million Dollars Raised Since 1946
NEW YORK iJTAiPlans for a solve not to let Israel stand alone
1954 activity for the United Jew- as she presses forward to consoli
ish Appeal were mapped at a two- date her free institutions which are
day meeting of the National Hoard without parallel in the entire Mid
oi L'JA Women's Division here die Easl He called special atten-
The Women's Division stimulated lion "to Israel's recent passing of
the raising ol more than 1103,000, the hail way mark to economic sta
bility and independence." and em
phasized thai "only those dedicated
to peace, and working for peace,
in Israel and in the United States,
could have achieved such dramatic
progress, m so hurt a time against
SO many dangerous obstacles."
The I'JA general chairman urged
the women leader', to press for "in-
creased giving and increased vol-
untary efforts' to help the United
Jewish Appeal attain its 1954 goal
of close to $120,000,000
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year- to a position ol "democratic
preeminence" in its part of the
world "represents a heartening vie
ton for the cause of freedom,
which since the end of World War
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iiy JANUARY 29, 19S4
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PAGE 9 A
?ws, Israel Watch Big Four
ilks in Berlin; Seek Safeguards
Continued from Pag 1 A
Lny overall solution of the Ger-
l question.
Uel seeks $500,000,000 in re-
Itions from East Germany but
[been given no opportunity by
[communist authorities to pre-
her claim. The Communists
(violently denounced the West
njn Government for having
ed the agreement with Israel
[world Jewish organizations un-
I which it undertook to pay re-
Vions to the extent of $822.-
wish circles also hope for
action by the conference to
ice the Austrian Government
fegotiate a settlement of Jewish
ns against that country. The
fmittee for Jewish Claims on
Jtria. representing 22 major
(jsh organizations, submitted an
Jal to Secretary of State John
jer Dulles British Foreign Sec-
Anthony Eden and French
tign Minister Georges Bidault
he eve ol the conference ask-
[interci'-'i"ii with the Austrian
[ernment fur jction on the Jew-
I
he known sympathy of the
rnments f>>r the Jewish
ki i! inconceivable,"
[committee said, "that a settle-
II ol the \u-trian problem
Id take place without adequate
less ol the material wrongs in-
led upon Austrian Jewry dur-
[the Nazi period." It is there-
necessary at this juncture,"
[memorandum pointed out, that
1 government- of the United
|es. Britain and France "secure
nding commitment on the part
Austria to settle without delay
claims of the surviving victims
Nazi persecution."
he negotiatoins between the
|mittee and the Austrian Gov-
nent were initiated June 17,
rd is Guest Speaker
weekly luncheon meeting of
ni Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
be held on Tuesday, February
1215 pin at the National
lei. Hon. Robert L. Floyd. Rep-
fntative from Dade County, will
fcuest speaker.
1953 and reached a deadlock last
month as a result of Chancellor
Raab's refusal to negotiate a set-
tlement of heirless Jewish property
until the signing of an Austrian
peace treaty. Discussion of such
settlement was actively on the
agenda with the consent of Chan-
cellor Raab and his Cabinet from
the very outset of his talks last
June.
The memorandum recalled that
almost nine years have elapsed
since the end of the war, "yet the
measures taken by the Austrian
Government with the exception of
loss for restitution of traceable in-
dividual property have remained
utterly inadequate; on the other
hand, the Austrian Government has
not hesitated to initiate measures
directed toward the moral and ma-
terial rehabilitation of former ac-
tive members of tjie Nazi Party."
Exhibit Will Present Miami's
Industrial Potential
Proof that the Miami area econ-
omy is Iki i'il on tools as well as
tourists will be offered at the
Greater Miami Industrial Exposi-
tion at Dinner Key Auditorium on
March 5th through 14th. according
to H. H. Hyman, general chairman.
The 306 booths will display a
large part of the 10.000 items man
ufactured in 1,400 plants in Dade
County. The event drew 400,000
1 last year.
Plans and specifications for the
! remaining 50 booths are available
| to manufacturers at the exposition
offices at Dinner Key.
Leaders Named for Heart Sunday Drive;
Warren Urges Supporot February 14th
i\ Film to be Shown
Jdventurc In Israel, with George
el and hi- daughter, is the title
film In be shown at'the next
lung ni the Ladies' Auxiliary
|he Hiali ih Miami Springs Jew-
Center on Tuesday evening,
Iruary 2nd, 8:30 p.m.
New Athletic Court
Being Built on Beach
A new outdoor athletic court is
now under construction at the
Beach Branch of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center,
1536 Bay Road.
According to Arthur Kipnis,
physical education supervisor, the
court will make possible a rapid
expansion of athletic activities at
the Center for youth and adults.
Immediate plans for the use of
the court call for a teen age basket-
ball tournament under the lights
during evening hours. Teams are
now being formed from among the
many teen age groups sponsored
by the Center and from individual
teen agers who express an interest
in organizing a team.
Mrs. Melvin S. Chuker, 1150
98th Street, Bay Harbor Island, has
been appointed to a high post in
the Heart campaign set for Sun-
day, February 4th, it was announc
ed by Mrs. Albert Bernard, co-
chairman, as activities for Heart
Month swung into high gear this
week.
Mrs. Chuker will be in charge of
assignments for area chairmen,
who will supervise the Heart Sun-
day door-to-door solicitation of
funds throughout Greater Miami.
Others named this week in the
expanding volunteer organization
were Mrs. Rosalind King. 1622
Michigan Avenue, and Mrs. Harold
Lewen. 340 42nd Street, who will
be in charge of hotel solicitation.
Mrs. Bernard also announced ap-
pointment of the following area
captains: Mrs. Sam Mufson, 4544
North Jefferson Avenue; Mrs. Mar-
ion Wallenstein, 260 Jefferson Av-
enue: Ruth Glassman, 833 Biscayne
Street; Al Mandel, 9125 Bay Drive:
Mrs. Harold Hirschfield, 9040 Bay
Diive; Mrs. Irving Solomon, 9016
Carlyle Avenue: and Mrs. Joseph
Speck, 10201 East Bay Harbor
Di ive.
More than 8.000 volunteers will
canvass every block in Greater Mi-
ami during the Heart Sunday drive.
Proceeds will be distributed among
agencies performing heart research
work in this area, including the
Miami Heart Institute, National
Children's Cardiac Home, Mount
Sinai Hospital, University of Mi-
Lodge Meeting Tuesday
Sunshine Rebekah Lodge No. 9
will hold its regular meeting on
Tuesday, February 2nd, 8 p.m., at
25 Washington Avenue. Mrs.
Charles Dernis will officiate. Pres-
ident of the Rebekah Assembly of
Florida, Mrt. Nellie Raymond, will
make her official visit to Sunshine
Lodge during the meeting of Feb-
ruary 16th.
ami Medical School and Jackson
Memorial Hospital.
Former Governor Fuller War-
ren, general chairman of the cam-
paign, this week urged housewives
to give a few hours of their time
on Heart Sunday to visit their
neighbors and collect funds. "I'm
gratified with the way folks are
responding to our appeal," Warren
said, "but we need more volunteer
workers.
An inaugural dinner for Heart
Month will be held February 1st at
the Biscayne Terrace Hotel.
Participating in the Heart Sun-
day campaign are the National
Children's Cardiac Home, Miami
Heart Institute and the Heart As-
sociation of Greater Miami.
Italian Gardens Features
Fine Food in Tropical Setting
Italian Gardens, one of Greater
Miami's smart restaurants, is fa-
mous for fine Italian foods, steaks,
chops and chicken.
Located at 7444 Biscayne Boule-
vard, Italian Gardens includes a
tropical setting framed in a back-
ground of palm trees. The estab-
lishment is furnished with intimate
and small tables, seating some 300
persons.
Adjoining private rooms, avail-
able for clubs, civic and political
organizations, as well as for lodge
and fraternal meetings, weddings,
anniversaries and birthday parties,
seat an additional 75 guests.
A bar, well-stocked with the
choicest liquers, is available for
the convenience of diners. Parking
facilities are situated on the Ital-
ian Gardens premises for conveni-
ence.
Child Cantor in Concert
Prodigy Child Cantor Lazarke
Berger will give a concert of litur-
gical melodies at the Downtown
Synagogue on Sunday evening, 8
p.m. He will be accompanied by
Jacob Spector.
Group Meets Friday
Dynamic Psychological Society
of Greater Miami will meet Friday
evening at the home of Mrs. Jack
Miller, 1440 SW 31st Avenue.
New Lodge to Meet
Recently installed officers of
Mount Sinai Rebekah Lodge No. 91
are the Mesdames Lilliam Hochfel-
sen. Noble Grand; Gloria Eren-
burg. Vice Grand; Lillian Robins,
recording secretary; Helen Pilch-
ick. financial secretary; and Sophie
Gitlen. treasurer. The group will
meet on Tuesday. February 2nd. 8
p.m.. at IOOF Hall. 215 NW 4th
Street.
Kiigore to Meet
Herring in tteaeh
Ten-Ronnd Tift
Miami's 3illy Kilgore will bat-
tle Jimmy Herring, New York mid-
dleweight, Tuesday night, Febru-
'id, at the Miami Beach Audi-
torium.
in ins last start. Kilgore was im-
pressive in a hotly contested 10-
rounder in which he won a verdict
over French middleweight Mickey
Laurent. Previously. Billy flatten-
ed King Soloman at the Bayfront
Auditorium.
Twenty two year old Herring
was stopped by Joey Giambra in
his last outing, although he out
pointed the middleweight contend-
er until he got tagged. Last year,
Jimmy lost two scraps in eight
starts. Giamhra took him. and he
I lost a decision to Ralph (Tiger)
I Jones, whom he had previously
beaten.
Herring launched his ring career
in 1948. In 70 pro matches he has
lost but 14. and owns 24 knockouts.
JOIN
' THE
ADL Film Library
Listed in US Publication
The Film Library of the Florida
Regional Office. Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, is listed in
the recent publication, A Directory
Of 2,660 16mm Film Libraries, pub-
lished by the US Department of
Health. Education and Welfare, Of-
fice of Education, it has been an-
nounced by Gilbert J. Balkin, Flor-
ida ADL director.
A variety of 16mm sound films
on building good human relations
and advancing democratic under-
standing are available to groups
and organizations for showing
.through the Florida ADL Office's
Film 1 tHrarv. Balkin said.
\
L M""'
iff "
fun. Sinai Women'. Auxiliary held it. annual member.hip tea and fa.hion .how at the Di Lido Hotel rnday. JJW^ "J
GbSam Marx' *** Crl Wetakle and Mr.. Murroy Shaw examining a member.lup poster a. ^%*^j* 2
m women for the function which featured fa-hionii from Goodman', of Lincoln Road. Center ^f^^S *S
regent, addling the Women'. Auxiliary. Mr.. Harold B. Spat president and Mr.. Jerome' ^"r'^Tpff LelS
1 rMmg comin9 y are (upper right) Mrs. Sam Blank, of ^^^^^Z^^an. Low
f corresponding secretary; Mr." Ben Zion Gin-burg, publicity chainnan; and Mr- A"onr^3,a s3 and Mr..
tHmHlVer "I" *"l. Mr.- Jack Ablin. chairman of the Membenrfup Cm ~g M i*JSpae^ ^^
*^iHyman, of the Membership Committee. Signing Mr.. Leo Chaikin a. a membeijlc^verj^wj*!^^^^^^
Brailey.needs your help! We
cordially invite you to join our
county Odham-for-Governor
organization. To learn how ,
you can help, listen to:
AILIY'S
CAMPAIGN MEETING
on the air
TUESDAY NITE
FEB. 2
j
? For stations,
broadcast times and
location, consult your
daily newspaper ,'
3 hours on the air
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FRIDAY^ANUARy.
American Notables..- Aaron Levy of Aaronsburg: The Jew of 1
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
(Horrv Si.-nonhoH's column, constitvtina a scries """"''
American Notables, is being publish*, by The Jew.sh flondian
as part of the tercentenary celebration of Jewish sefflemenf N
(he United Sfofes.-Thc Uitors.)
The little town of Aaronsburg ituck awa) to the hearl
,,i ivnn-vl\ania witnessed a unique celebration on Oc
tober 23. 1949. About 30.000 visitors from far and neai
came to this town oi about 400 residents. The Governor
of Pennsylvania spoke, Dr. Ralph Bunch.-, fresh from
mediating an armistice between Israel an.l the AraD
-. delivered an address and Justice Felix Frankfurtei
,,f the U.S. Supreme Court read a paper The da) was
taken up with pageants, symposiums, and panel discus
sions, participated in by eminent figure- in religion, edu-
cation, journalism and government.
Ostensibly it was all in commemoration of the 150th
anniversary of Salem Lutheran Church. Actually, the as
-emblage turned into an interfaith demonstration, dedi-
cated to religious, racial and social toleration, with Aaron
Lew as a ,-vmbolic figure dominating the celebration.
Honor was paid the memory of the Jewish founder of
\ ironsburg. who in 1786 donated the ground upon which
i he church was built.
In 1760. Yiddish speaking Aaron Levy, then in his Late
teens, arrived in Philadelphia. An emigrant from Holland.
iis origins seem German or Polish and judging from the
books brought over by his nephew, the family background
was religious and Talmudic. For about a decade. Aaron
trafficked about between Philadelphia. Northumberland
and Lancaster, where the example or advice of Joseph
Simon induced him to trade with the Indians.
But merchandising and Indian trading were incidental.
Aaron Levy's fame rests on real estate. As a real estate
iperator. he ranks in the forefront among the numerous
land speculators in all the colonies. The number and
extent of hi- transaction- are astonishing. He appears to
have owned land in every county of Pennsylvania. In his
study on Aaron Levy. Dr. Sidney S. Fish tabulate- 74
transactions in Northumberland and 88 in Centre County.
The deals range from single lots to 26.000 acre tract- as
revealed in recorded documents. One must bear in mind
that the population in all the 13 colon! reel} reached
in Centre Countj '"? i, ,
5iNorthumberland, surrounded by ferule sod. the spot
tor farmers to sell their pw*
the very a..... ol count* *"**
' '' "^ as presumed to become the seal
of count) government It was on,the roadI leading.to Ph la
,,,.,,,,,:., .\ ncwl) projected hhjhwa) to Ft. Pitt (PM*
burgh would mrel) cross a) this strategic potat lhe
near* navigable water could link the town with the large
ci,ies o the coast Good timber and stone quarries hi
the neighborhood provided building material for horn.-.
churches, stores, schools and public buildings l he imagi-
nation oi Aaron Lev) envisioned a thriving community
that would become a prosperous city ol commerce and
civilized living.
The planned town he named Aaron-burg. I he run-
ning the prospectus, even the advertising show that the
modern realtor has nothing to teach the land prospector
,,i the 18th century. The ordinary 50 foot streets inter-
sected each other at right angles. The main avenue, 160
feel wide, called Aaron's Square, was prepared for public
buildings He named the Intersecting 100 tool boulevard
Rachel's Way in honor of his wife. The lots averaging
60x220 ft. were auctioned off at S(i each, with a dollar
annual ground rent, the purchaser to receive full title
on paying 20 "Spanish silver milled dollars." Plots re-
served for churches were presented as gift parcels to sev-
eral Christian denominations.
The great expectations lor Aaronsburg did not ma-
terialize. Aaron Levy anticipated a large immigration to
the free Republic of the West following the Peace Treaty.
But the new government, without stability and deeply in
debt, had to sustain a severe economic depression that
settled on the new country. Revolutions and Napoleonic
Wars prevented a sizeable immigration. Levy suffered
keen disappointment when Centre County selected Bell-
fonte its seat of government instead of the better located
Aaronsburg. At the turn of the century only 32 families
inhabited thi town. Aaron Levy left nothing undone to
attract settlers. He authorized a relative in London to
sell the land to prospective immigrants. Perhaps the eco-
rciou
against
nomic crisis reduced Levy's commercial
,-iblv Christian prejudice militated ...
"Jewstown as Aaronsburg was often referred i
in spite of American prosperity and with all oL^
development of Pennsylvania, the town ha-not
400 inhabitants.
Aaron Levy experienced the lips and
estate speculation The buying splurge ft
French and Indian War was halted with the
Hard money, not too abundant in the pro-Const
under the Articles of Confederation, made
estate difficult, especially since Cingrcss gave!
land to war veterans. Overloaded with prop
found himself land poor. Aaronsburg strain^'
sources and caused him to mortgage such hnui
would attract a lender. Instead of a tycoon fc 1
agent and placed his abilities at the disposal ql |
land interests.
Robert Morris, War Director of Finance fort
nental Congress, headed a real estate syndicate!
Levy to discover large tracts of at least 40.000 i
ris agreed to pay for warrants, surveys, pa
cost of chaincarriers, pack horses and provuio
compensation was 15 pounds for each 1,000 _
connection was profitable for a time. The MornTJ
swung large deals and collapsed. Aaron Levy
the heavy losers, yet his confidence in Robert I
mained unimpaired.
Association with James Wilson was more
This distinguished jurist, statesman, signer oTl
laration of Independence, drafter of the Federal (
tion and Washington's appointee on the Sup
was interested in acquiring large acreage, bat L
onizing rather than speculation. Levy contracted!
nish James Wilson with 500.000 acres.
Aaron Levy and wife spent their last days ]
delphia. Childless, they adopted as their son
Simon Gratz. brother of the famous Rebecca. Hi
surprising that Aaron's will makes no bequests I
ties, not even a plot of ground for Mikveh Israeli
he was a member. He did, however, during ike \
hour of the war make a loan to the ISA.; tail
of all the influence of Robert Morris, he was ntti
at least not in full.
Brandeis Mckes New Appointments
To University's Board of Trustees
WALTHAMThe announcement
1 three new appointments to the
Brandeis University Board of
Trustees was made here this week,
v George Alpert. Boston attorney
and president of the Brandeis
Board of Trustees.
Named were Abraham Feinberg.
ice president of Hamilton Hosier)
Mills. Inc.: Jack M. Kaplan, presi-
of Welch Crape Juice Com-
and William Mazer, execu-
vice president of the Hudson
Pulp and Paper Corporation. All
residents ol New York City.
\ graduate of Pordham timer
Law School and of New York
niversity, Feinberg i- also presi-
of the Hamilton Textile Mills,
Inc.. and chairman of the Board
i| Moss store-. Inc. His philanthro-
pe activities include the role of
Idenl ol the American Commit-
tee for the Weizmann Institute ol
.Science.
After studying at Now York
University and Columbia Univer-
sity. Mazer joined the Hudson
Pulp and Paper Corporation, of
Inch he has been vice president
-ince 1947. He is president of the
Muscular Dystrophy Association of
America and a member of the Fed-
- ration of Jewish Philanthropies.
President of the Welch Crape
Juice Company, Kaplan is an offi-
cer <>f the J. M. Kaplan Fund which
endowed the Jack M Kaplan Chair
in Comparative Literature at Bran- i
deis University in 1952.
The three new Trustee appoint-
ments bring to 17 the number of
members of the Brandeis Board,
other- are Mrs. Eleanor Roose-
velt, Judge Joseph M. Proskauor.
economist Dr. Isador l.ubin and in
dustrialisl Israel Rogosin.
Scholarship Established
NEW YORK An annual scholar-
ship for agriculture graduates of
the Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem lor postgraduate research at
educational institutions in Great
Britain or Northern Ireland has
been established by Hems .i Le-
vitt, oi Edinburgh, with a imii ol
10,000 pound- to the British
Friends of the Hebrew I'mversiu
The scholarships are awarded by a
Board ol Trustees in consultation
with University authorities. The
chairman of the board is Dr. Nor-
man Bentwich, Professor Emeritus
of International Relations
High School "Societies"
Under Fire Tuesday
Miami Beach High School's at-
tack against "secret societies" will
be spotlighted by a massed par-
ents' meeting Tuesday evening.
February 2nd. at 8 p.m.. it was
announced by Irvin W. Katz. prin-
cipal.
The public meeting takes place
in the school auditorium.
Official guests present, to answer
questions from parents, will in-
clude Anna Brenner Meyers.
School Board appointee from Dis-
trict 5, and the school's guidance
advisor. Miss Margaret Cilkio. Also
in the audience will be teenage ex-
perts from the Greater Miami Jew
i-b Community Center and I'TA of-
ficers,
In a joint statement issued by
KatZ, PTA president Mr- Harry
Roger- and Adult Education chair
man Mr- Milton Sirkin -tudent-
and parent- were notified of the
School Board- recent regulation
now requiring parent-' signatures
added to pupils pledge card- dis-
avowing membership in the "sec-
re! societies."
Chesed Shel Emess
Sisterhood chesed Shel Emess
will meet on Tuesday. February
2nd. l p.m.. at the Beth El Congre-
gation, according to an announce-
ment this week by Mrs Israel Gold-
berg, president. Mrs (;I,||,crg said
that the group will discuss plans
for its annual membership tea
Key figures at Brandeis exercises this month marking the open-
ing oi the University's new Graduate School of Arts and Sci-
ences were (left to right) George Alpert, Trustee chairman;
Massachusetts Governor Christian A. Herter; Dr. James R
Kilhan, Jr., president of Massachusetts Institute of Technology
who delivered the principal address; and Dr. Abram L. Sach-
ar. Brandeis president.
Folk Dance Group to
Perform for Golden Agers
The Golden Age Friendship Club
of the Town Branch. Creator Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center, will
hold its regular monthl) dance on
Sunday. January 31st, 8 p.m it
was announced by Mr Henry liar
Ison, program chairman.
Ai i -penal feature the Israeli
Dance rroupe ol the Greater Mi-
ami Zionist Youth Commission will
demonstrate a series ol Israeli folk
dances.
Performing win be Heleoe Said-
ner, Avma Kaminetsky. Irma <;
Men, Lamar Mamches. Judy Phil.
| liP and Harriet Sollawaj '
| Red Cross Goal Revealed
Announcement of a goal f
S267 116 and appointment of Harrv
C. Kbnght and Walter Headlev 1
chairman and vice chairman re-
SSS 2MB ST m open
Dinner Set for Sunday
MoHie Kahanor Ladies' Auxiliary
will hoWegaU"n Mm'Ce,, Park
sLo 8 SP8ghet,i di" on
Sunday from 4 to in,.
Forum to Pit
hanvvU. UettiweU
Democratic leader Dante B. Fas-
cell and Republican stalwart Paul
E. Helliwell will represent their
party views on the controversial
topic, Can The Eisenhower Pro-
gram Prevent A Recession, at a
forum scheduled for February 1st,
sponsored by the Forum Commit-
tee of the Beach Branch of the
Creator Miami Jewish Community
Center.
Fascoll is presently State Repre-
sentative from Dade County and is
a candidate for Congress Helliwell.'
a loader in the F.isenhower Presi-
dential Campaign, is seeking the
position of Republican committee-
man in the State of Florida.
Attorney Paul Katz will serve as
moderator The forum is scheduled
for 8:30 p.m.
Learsi Senior Jud
Entertains Hado
Chaim Weizmann
Professional Croup of
was entertained Sunday j
home of Mrs. Rose
NW 22nd Avenue.
Learsi Chapter of i
presented an all Israeli i
dance program under
tion of Miss Dolores
visor.
Participating were
geier, Ronnie Faske, Mi
er. Susan Freedman, Sand
stein, Maxine Harris,
vine. Ina Rissman, Ran
ders, Mickey Vongel M|
Wolfson.
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PAGE 11 A
onist Districts to Convene in Tampa
r State Meeting; May will Speak
Saturday. January 30th, dele-
from Zionist Districts in the
. of Florida will meet during
0ea Shabbat at the Tampa
2 Community Center. Tampa.
from 2 until 5 p.m. Ac-
t0 Seymour B. Liebman.
fan of the Administrative of
utheastern Region of the Zi-
Oreanuation of America, vi-
sions affecting the ZOA Dis-
, ( Florida will be discussed
,cted upon at that time.
8:30 p.m.. the Tampa District
'conduct a mass membership
test Volunteers
ich 89 Percent
Local Goal
lommunity Chest volunteers
L into their third report meet-
on Wednesday, February 3rd.
a total of $1,016,323. or 89
ent of their SI. 141.000 goal for
. operating needs of the 22 lo-
Red Feather organizations and
national ISO.
he total still leaves $124,677 to
raised through five major busi-
dirisions and the neighbor-
division. The house-to-house
fcers have reached 75 percent
heir $149,128 goal with $37,143
raised within the next two
ks.
;esponse from Miami Beach bus-
Ifirms was -till slow last week
worker- attempting to con-
dozens of firms whose pledges
1 the $34,000 still needed to
h the Beach over its goal. In-
try Divisions and pari mutual
ks make up the remainder of
funds still sought to push the
i over with its fourth straight
ry.
ohn B Turner, campaign chair-
. urged all workers and poten-
contributor- to make an all-out
irt to complete the drive within
next two weeks. "Thousands
people have worked hard to
n us up over the million dollar
k. Failure to reach our mini-
goal would be disastrous to
who depend upon these sefv-
through our Chest," he said.
rally when Mortimore May, of
Nashville, Tennessee, and Miami
Beach, will address those assem-
blied on the recent meeting of the
Zionist Actions Committee in Jeru-
salem.
May is chairman of the National
Administrative Council of the Zi-
onist Organization of America and
is honorary president for life of
the Southeastern Region. Leo Bur-
son, of Memphis. Tennessee, presi-
dent of the Southeastern Region,
will also address the rally.
Following the rally, the Tampa
Zionist District will be hosts to
the visitors at a cocktail party. The
Edgewater Hotel in Tampa will be
the conference headquarters.
On Sunday, the Administrative
Committee of the Southeastern Re-
gion will meet from 10 a.m. until
4 p.m. under the chairmanship of
Liebman at which time important
regional problems will be discuss-
ed. At 1 p.m.. there will be a lun-
cheon at the Edgewater Hotel. The
Sunday meetings will be conducted
at the Tampa Jewish Center.
South Florida ZOA members who
plan to be in Tampa for the week-
end are Mr. and Mrs. Morris Simon.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Hurwitz, J. Gab-
in, Fred Jonas, Seymour B. Lieb-
man, S. A. Goodman, Moses Meyer,
Irving Saal. Miss Mickie Doych,'
Burt Podnos, Dr, E. Kaplan and
Jacob Harrison, of Hollywood, Ar-
thur Sloan, of West Palm Beach
County, Abe Schafer, Ira Joseph,
Lila Gross, Lillian Baris. Dave
Goodwin, Sam Friedman, Sam Sol-
dinger, Charles Lee and Gil Rap-
paport, assistant executive direc-
tor.
AJCommittee Annual Meet Opens
Friday; Jacob Blaustein to Retire
More than 500 leaders of Amer-
' ican Jewry from every part of the
United States will gather at the
Hotel Commodore in N e w York
City for the annual meeting of the
American Jewish Committee on
Friday to begin three days of in-
tensive discussions on vital prob-
lems affecting Jews in the United
States and abroad.
Representing the Greater Miami
Chapter will be Dr. Joseph M.
Weidberg, chapter chairman; Ben
Danbaum. honorary chairman of
abroad.
Feature event of the three-day
meetingwhich will conclude Sun-
day afternoon, January 31stwill
be the presidential address at the
organization's annual dinner Sat-
urday night by Jacob Blaustein, of
Baltimore, who is completing a
five-year term as AJC president.
US Senator Herbert II. Lehman,
honorary vice .president of AJC,
will make a special presentation
honoring Blaustein during the din-
ner. Tributes will be paid to the
the Executive Committee; Herbert retiring AJC leader by Assistant
Markow, co-chairman of the Legal
and Civic Actions Committee; Leo
Robinson, membership chairman:
and Seymour Samet, Southeast area
director.
William Rosenwald, uf New
York, national philanthropic lead-
er, is chairman of the Planning
Committee for the anniversary
celebration of the AJC. which is
the pioneer American organization
combatting bigotry and protecting
the civil and religious rights of
Jews in the United States and
Secretary of State Henry A. By-
roade and John J. McCloy, chair-
man of the Board of the Chase Na-
tional Bank and former US High
Commissioner > in West Germany.
As part of the Saturday night
program, Edward R. Murrow, prize-
winning radio and television com-
mentator, will present a dramatiza-
tion of the fight for human rights
in 1953. Although there will be no
broadcast of the production, TV
techniques, including film from
Murrow's own broadcasts, will be
employed.
An important part of the three-
day event will be a series of eleven
round-tables covering national, in-
ternational and AJC chapter prob-
lems.
NEW R. C. ALLEN
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UEQAL NOTICE
Star Chapter Has Party
Star Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Young Women will hold an open
house party on Saturday, January
30th. 8:30 p.m.. at the home of
Bobbie Greene, 700 Santander, Cor-
al Gables. In charge of the eve-
ning is Loraine Albert. Co-chair-
men are Dottie Baiter, Frances
Crosswald. PhyUis Roskin and
Rhoda Stem.
migration Laws Are Studied;
rge Changes in Quotas system
peal from the decisions of visa offi-
Continutd from Pag* 1 A
Emigration and Naturalization
mission, would be charged
Jlh the application, administra
In. and enforcement of national
nigration and naturalization
Pidei
ksuance of visas to all qualified
plicants throughout the world
Ithout regard to national origin.
Ji means replacing the National
mns Quota System. The new
an for the lirst time would place
1 immigration for permanent resi-
^r,t3 within the framework of a
eral quota system which would
completely nondiscriminatory.
lEMablishnient of an annual im-
pgration quota of 1/6 of 1 percent
our national population as re-
*d by the most recent decen-
census. This formula applied
the 1950 census would permit
Enual immigration of approxi-
ely 251,000. A definite quota
g would thus be firmly fixed.
["migrants would then be admit-
on the basis of need and our
p> national welfare. This would
achieved by creating a system
Priorities created to encourage
I reunification of fanriliea; b) asy-
Fn for the persecuted; c) haven
\* refugees and displaced per-
|n>; el preference for persons
I 'ally needed skills.
ItJimination of present insup-
t"t!)l1' (,i>,'ne,',"i- between na-
M'born and naturalized citizens.
Puenship inquired by naturaliza-
?" could be revoked only on the
Pundi ol fraud perpetrated in ac-
T'ttng it In the proposed bill no
hich a native-born citizen can
Form with impunity can serve
InV"1"1'1 for "vocation of citi-
I *"J'P f a naturalized American.
uSr"? abroad is eliminated as
bEv01" revoking citizenship
R** by naturalization.
ion of machinery for ap-
ccrs abroad. At present neither the
applicant nor his friends or rela-
tives in the United States can ap-
peal if a consular officer abroad
refuses a visa on the basis of un
founded suspicions.
Humphrey says he expects that
other immigration proposals will be
introduced in Congress to achieve
many of these reforms. "A basis
rethinking of our present inflexible
and restrictive immigration poli-
cies is necessary to bring out im-
migration practices into accord
with our democratic aspirations,"
he insists.
Eleanor Roosevelt B'nai
B'rith Women to Meet
A regular meeting of the Eleanor
Roosevelt Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will be held on Wednes-
day, February 3rd. 8:30 p.m., at
the El Comodoro Hotel.
A skit will be presented featur-
ing Erma Rosenblatt. Marilyn
Saxe, Marilyn Brown, Jane Robin-
son and Bunny Philips. The skit,
under the direction of Renee Rol-
nick. is the first presentation of
the recently formed Drama Group.
Mrs Rolnick il also in charge of
the Chapters Mah Jongg League
The league will reach its final
: mics in the early Spring with the
winning members of each team
competing for a grand prize.
Jack Bell is Speaker
Herzl Group of Hadassah will
hold a cultural meeting on Friday,
February 5th, 1 p.m.. at the home,
of Mrs. Louis Heiman. 423 Ka*l
Rivo Alto Drive. Guest speaker,
will be Jack Bell, of the Miami
Herald.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES- COURT.
IN AND FOR CADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 18334
In Re:
Batata of SOPHIE RABINOWITZ,
alao know aa SOPHIE MEYERSON,
alao know m BOPHIE BiEYRIBON,
l ><...i*.-il.
CITATION
TIIK bTATE OF hl.OltlDA:
TO ABRAM MEYERQOS8, and to hi*
wife. hln rhildn-n and grandchildren,
Wbone names and rosliU-iir'-s are un-
known; to JOSEPH UEN8TE1N,
whooe roaidence la unknown: to the
children and Krandehlldren ol CEUE
OEN8TKI.V I >e, ...t.-...iI. whom naram
and realdenet-M are unknown; to the
widow of JACOB UEYERQ088. IV-
I, and to ih,. children and grand-
chlldren of JACOB MEYERUOBl. I >.
c .iM-d. whoae names and residences
arc unknown, to the widow of kli
MEYEROO88, Deceased, and to the
children and grandchildren of KI.I
MEYERQO&8, Doninoort. whose names
and realdeni-ea are unknown, and to
all partlea known and unknown.wlallil-
inK by, through or under any of the
DOVa parties, and to all peraona
whomsoever claiming any inlerent In
and to the estate of Hie aluivc named
decedent, as provided In Paragraph
Ninth, (al. (I.i. (c) and (d). of her
last Will and Teatament, and to all
of the unknown heirs, devisees and
legatees claiming, or entitled to claim.
under said portions of the Last Will
and TeHtnnent of Ihe above named
dt......lent, and to all other persons con-
TOU' ARH HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an Order has heen entered in the
above etUuti that the pre-
sumption of your death lias heen es-
tablished and that you or any person
in your behalf, If you are alive, are
required to produce within three (S)
months from the date of the first pub-
lication of thin Citation, before this
Court, satisfactory evidence of your
continuant* In Ufa. You are hereto
further notified thHt an Order has
been entered herein decreeing thai
under 111- provisions of Paragraph
.Ninth, (a), (b), (C). Oil. and le). of
the Last Will and Testament of the
bOV decedent, that the remainder
of this estate will he distributed to
charities to be selected by the Exec-
utor, as provided In ald Will, and
that If satisfactory evidence of your
continuance In life Is not produced
within said three (31 months, an order
will be entered herein flndlOl anil ad-
judicating the charities who are en-
titled to ieiei\. such property and the
hare, and amounts which they re-
spectlvel) are entitled to receive.
Should you fall herein. I v.-rees will
h, entered in due course.
WITNESS mv hand and seal of said
Court, at Miami, Dade County. Hor-
ida. thi. */g%v^xWoft
County Judge
UEOROE CHEKTKOK
M17-II ilvnipia Building
Miami. Florida
Executor for above estate.
1/29 2/5-12.19
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NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, de-lring to engage In
business under the fictitious name o!
Ll'CKY LEE RANCH, at 7096 Bonita
iiiiw. Miami Bench, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
LEONARD I.KK RATNER,
Sole Owner
SOMMBR, FRANK WKSTON
Attorney! for Applicant
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AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 165368
PAULINE riDKKKK. Plaintiff,
vs.
DANIEL KII'EKEP.. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: HAN I El. KIDKItER.
I Canal Street.
New Yolk, N. Y. ___
YOU ARE HEKEBY NOTIFIED,
that a Bill of Complaint for DIVOI.....
baa heen filed against you. and yoo
are required tO .serve a cj'pj of your
Answer on the plaintiff's attorney.
EMANOE1. .-PONDKK. Ill Lincoln
Road. Miami iv.,, h. Florida, and file
the original Anawer In the nfiu-e of
the Cl.rk of the Clroult Court, on or
before the 26th day of February, 19-4,
or the allegations of said Bill of Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed
DONE AND ORDERED, at Miami
Florida, this; I7th > of January 154.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Couit,
Dnde County, Honda
By V P. Ma. I.AItEN.
Deputj Clerk
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IwV Puts Skids on
ffizenship Try of
lazi Theodore Ex
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Jtwi*h Telegraphic Agency
WASHINGTON The Jewish
Var Veterans organization, whose
hcmbers participated in defeating
Nazis on the battlefielda of
forope. ha> prevented a fawner
Cm from regaining his American
Eiizenship at a time when some
insider it "unfashionable" to op-
Lse ex-Hitlerites and the remili-
Lrization of Germany. The JWV
igistered such a strong objection
j a Senate bill which would have
[stored citizenship to Alfred The-
Jdor Ex that the bill, otherwise
(estined for passage, has now been
ligeun-holril
Tjjr. Ex served from 1929 in the
friends of New Germany and later
the Amerika Deutscher Volks-
iuni the Nazi Bund of Fritz
luaa. He held the rank of Wer-
eleitw until 1937, when he went
(i.ii : and assumed German
jitizeesaip In 1M ne was found
uiky i making false statements
i a US vice consul in Berlin about
lis fast Nazi affiliations. Mr. Ex's
jui reason lor joining the Bund
Las that it gave him "a chance to
luted closed meetings in which
pe race question. In which I was
try iaterested, was discussed."
la 1953. Sen. William Langer,
hairaaan of the Senate Judiciary
Nttee. saw fit to introduce a
bill to restore citizenship
i Mr. Ex. The Jewish Telegraphic
Igency reported this development.
he JWV lost no time in going
bin action. Former national com-
landers Jesse Moss and Julius
Jlein got in touch with members
the House after the Senate pass-
the Langer bill. Rep. Louis E.
raham, chairman of the House
^migration subcommittee, agreed
i delay the measure in the House
htil JWV leaders could state their
bjections.
I Mr. Ex's American attorney,
orge C. Dix. the a, realized that
would have to persuade the
)KV lo withdraw objections before
could get his client into the
sited States with restored -citizen-
ip Knowing the JWV's outstand-
bg anti-Communist record, Mr. Dix
Wed that allegations that the
jerman-American Bund served
|erman Nazism were the products
Communist propaganda in this
buntry. But the JWV replied that
the Bund's servitude to Nazism
(Communist propaganda, then the
CummuniMs have been able to
|upe every attorney general who
as held office since subversive
stings wire first initiated, includ-
r- the Republican incumbent,
lerbert Brownell. These gullibles
rould also include the House Un-
American Activities Committee of
ne 82nd Congress, which lists the
Fund in its Guide to Subversive
rganizations. and whose member-
j"P included Rep. Harold H.
rclde. chairman of the present
louse Committee on Un-American
etivities.'' The JWV said that if
fr. Dix s charges were correct
Pen, "among the innumerable pa-
/wtic and civic organizations
Inich reached 'Communist-induc-
d judgments on the Bund would
f the American Legion ."
Mr Dix tried to tell the JWV
Iwt Mr Ex "had some Jewish an-
fstors. and for that reason alone
"uld not under the Nazi regime
Continued on Pag* 16 1
Graduation
^li^wiislbJEIliDJpidiigun *x"cisSet
MIAMI, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1954
SEC. B
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For Saturday
Graduation exercises of the Eng-
lish classes sponsored by the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
and the Dade County Board of Pub-
lic Instruction will be held on
Saturday evening, January 30th,
8:30 p.m., at the Town Branch of
the Greaser Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center.
The graduating class includes
Judy Asatanowicz, Sonia August,
Mary Bukstel, Lucia Carrasco,
Ninon Consuegra, Hannah S. Coo-
pers mit h. Bertha Diaz, Yetta Gert-
zenberg. Henry Gotfraind, Hanna
Haase, Johanna H. Hirsch, Minnie
Kanner, Eugenia E. Rosenberg,
Rivka Rosenthal, Wolf Rubinstein,
Rose Silberstraus and Ida Tatarsky.
Principal address will be deliv-
ered by L. W. Henderson, assistant
director of the Evening Division.
Lindsey Hopkins Vocational
School. He will be introduced by
Mrs. Reuben Rochkind, of Council.
The program will also include an
invocation by Mrs. Jean C. Lehman,
president of the Miami Beach Di-
vision of Council; greetings by Mrs.
Sid Lewis, chairman of the Serv-
ice to Foreign-Born Comaaittee;
greetings from Mrs. Aaron Kan-
ner, president of the Greater Mi-
ami Section of Council; greetings
from Mayor Abe AronoviU from
the City of Miami.
Class participation by Mrs. Joel
Belov, teacher; vocal selections by
Rita Bukstel, accompanied by Dr.
Paul Beck; certificate awards pre-
sented to graduates by Mrs. Stanley
C. Myers, national Board member
of National Council of Jewish
Women; and the Minnie Kotsuff
Memorial Award presented by Mrs.
Nathaniel Levin, president of the
Miami Division of Council.
McDonald to he Guest at
Algiers Testimonial on 7th
Janes G. McDonald, one of
America s noted public figures and
this country's first Ambassador to
Israel, will visit the Miami area
next week and be one of the prin-
cipal guests at the- testimonial for
operators of the Algiers Hotel to
be held in the hotel on' Sunday,
February 7th.
McDonald will present a plaque
to Dave Levinson, Charles Posner
and Louis Kenin, honoring the ho-
telmen for their devoted service
to Israel.
A special committee headed by
B L Binder has been placed in
charge of arrangements with head-
quarters at 1628 Collins Avenue.
McDonald has been for many
years an outstanding authority on
international affairs. He was one
of the founders of the Foreign
Policy Association and served as
chairman of the Board, from its
inception in 1919. until 1933, when
he was appointed League of Na-
tions High Commissioner for Ger-
man Refugees.
As League Commissioner, Mc-
Donald was one of the first to
recognize the impending threat to
world peace implicit in Nazi per-
secution of the Jews.
On his return to America, Mc-
Donald was successively an edi-
torial writers for the New York
Times and president of the Brook-
xbles Young Adults
*ame New Officers
("oral Cables Young Adult Group
f'o Us dfth annual election of
facers at a regular meeting re-
mtiy
[Elected to head the group for
C! m,nK >ear was Murray Rit-
Fr '"her officers include: 1st vice
r" m Lewis Fishbein; 2nd vice
Went. Barbara Hirsch; 3rd
President, Shirley Hirsch;
wding secretary, Eleanor Davis;
rhWim secretary, Muriel
"menberg, and treasurer, Rene
Officers will be formally Intro-
*d at the first social function
Caru ,y,ear a dan<* the Monte
t10 Hotel on Sunday, January
Jewish Life Outlawed Behind Iron
Curtain. Shuster Tells A JC Group
Every positive manifestation of
Jewish life has been virtually out-
lawed behind the Iron Curtain,
Zachariah Shuster, director of the
American Jewish Committee's
European office, told the Greater
Miami chapter of AJC last week.
Dr. Joseph M. Weidberg. chapter
chairman, presided at the meeting
which was held in the Grossinger
Pancoast Hotel.
The official Soviet thesis on
Judaism as described in the Soviet
encyclopedia of 1952," Shuster
stated, "holds that any expressions |
of Jewish autonomous existence j
whether it be community organiz-
ations and activities, religious be
liefs and practices, or Zionism ana
other forms of Jewish nationalism
are reactionary vestiges of out-
moded feudal and capitalist socie-
ties. As such, like everything else
that is ideologically suspect in the
Soviet sphere, they are taboo.
The only hope for Jews in Iron
Cuttain countries, Shuster main
tained, is emigration.
"Unfortunately." he pointedI out,
"a 20th century exodus from these
unhappy lands is impossible. The
gates have been shut tight. A short
time ago, 200 Jews left Hungary.
They represented the last group
of legal emigrants permitted to
leave under a three-year-old agree-
ment between the Hungarian gov-
ernment and Jewish organizations,
calling for a substantial ransom
payment to the satellite govern-
ment for each Jew leaving the
country."
Turning to the Jewish situation
in Western Europe, Shuster said
that the pressing post-war prob-
lems of relief and rehabilitation
had receded with the relative nor-
malization of economic and social
life.
"Today," he declared, "the main
task still confronting (he Jews of
Western Europe is that of recon-
structing the fabric of community
life torn by the war and the Ger-
man occupation. That means con-
centrating on the positive aspects
of Jewish life. For this, however.
Rabbis, teachers and community
leaders are needed in much
greater numbers. Here is where
Continued en Page 5 8
lyn Institute of Arts and Sciences.
He was then appointed chairman
of the Late President Franklin D.
Roosevelt's Advisory Committee on
Political Refugees.
In 1945, McDonald was named
by former President Harry Tru-
man as a member of the Anglo-
American Commission of Inquiry
on Palestine. He emerged as a
champion of the rights of Jewish
victims of Hitler Europe to unlim-
ited immigration into the Jewish
Homeland.
In 1948. he was appointed US
Ambassador to the new State of
Israel. He served with distinction
two and a half years and, upon
his "resignation, was hailed in.Is
rael as a friend who had helped
cement close ties between Amer-
ica and the new democracy in the
Middle East. McDonald is chair-
man of the Advisory Council of
the State of Israel Bond Drive.
All guests in the Algiers Hotel at
the time of the function, suppliers
and businessmen, as well as repre-
sentatives of civil and hotel asso-
ciations, are expected to attend
the February 7th dinner.
PrriHteaf Uttmktwtr
Organizations Laud
Ike for New Stand
WASHINGTON (JTA) Jewish
organizations this week hailed
President Eisenhower for the firm
position he took against the Brick-
er Resolution which would dras-
tically restrict the President's con-
stitutional powers of treaty-mak-
ing.
If enacted, the resolution, which
is supported by the isolationist
elements in Congress, would re-
strict the United States role in the
United Nations and effectively pre-
vent United States adherence to
such international agreements as
i the Genocide Convention and the
proposed Covenant on Human
Rights in both of which Jewish
groups are deeply interested.
National and local Jewish organ-
izations affiliated with the Nation-
al Community Relations Advisory'
Council this week pledged "con-
tinuing support" to President Eis-
enhower on this "grave issue" and,
in a leter to the White House, told
the President they were "deeply
gratified by your reiteration of op-
position to the Bricker Amend-
ment."
A copy of the resolution adopted
by the NCRAC plenary session last
October, was sent to the President.
It described the Bricker Resolu-
tion as detrimental to the security
of the country.


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L~utnr*Mton
FRIDAY, JANUApv^, :
Business, Professional CJA Division
Names Chairmen for 1954 Campaign
Stepping up the action in the
Business and Professional Division
of the Combined Jewish Appeal.
Sam J. Heiman. chairman, this
weak announced the appointment
of more than a score of outstand-
ing business men to major posts
in the ltfo4 drive.
Jay Weiss will serve as co-ehair
man of the Liquor Division, assisl
ing Leo Host and Leo (.'luck"
i haikin,
Artie KravitZ, chairman of the
Retail Merchant.-' Group, has ap-
pointed t li e following Division
chairmen: Toys and Novelties and
Surplus Stores, Sam Brvais; Wom-
en's Wear, Maurice I'nunor: I'hil
Iren Wear. Sam Suchman: Fur-
niture, Alfred Sokol; lien's Wear,
Herbert Blake, chairmen: Lou
Suchman. co-chairman; Shoes. Jack
Daner; Coral Cable- Retail Stores,
Nat Winokur; Allapattah and Lit-
tle River Retail Stores, Tedd) Gold-
stein and Julius Sperling, co-
chairmen: Edison Center Retail
Store-. George Rosenfield; Down-
town Miami Stores. Barney Slif-
kin: Small Department Stores, Ber-
nard Sterling; South Miami Beach
Retail Stores. Frank Seiden.
Sam Reanick, Group chairman
for Builders. Real Estate and Mo-
tels, has appointed these Division
chairman and workers: Real Es-
tate, Leo Bisenstein, chairman.
Beach: Plumbing. Ben Mart
chairman, Nathan Goldy, worker;
Building, Arthur II. Shandloff:
Building Trade worker-. James M
Albert. David B Fleeman. Kmil J
Gould. Jack S Mintzer; Architects
Irvin Korach, chairman.
1 ouis Heiman, Group chairman
oi the Professional Divisii n, has
nted Leon A, Epstein as
chairman oi Town Aatton
Group and Harry Zukernick, chair-
man of Miami Beach attorneys.
William Kneapler has accepted the
post of chairman oi the Account-
Division in Miami.
Jo.-eph M Lipton and Larrj
Beth Jacob Sisterhood
Has "Give Away Night"
"Give awaj night was instituted
by the Sisterhood of Congreg
3*th Jacob at a meeting Wednes-
1'he list "1 give away- included
Id locket, a.- well as items pur
chased by Mr- Moses Me>cheloff in
London. Paris and Venice.
Mr- Louis Shafkin. pre-ident.
Mrs. Harry Sopiro were ma.-
ters of ceremony.
Mrs. Alexander Rosenber-
Yonkers, New York, co-cha i
hi the National Convention of the
Women's Branch of the I nion oi
-enberg. co-chairmen of Finance
and Automotive Division, announce
Hi., following appointment.-: Leo
Ackerman to head the Insurance
Division, General Agents, Miami
croup, and William Lehman to
-one a- chain] 1--l'il tiK
D vision. InsUftilw 'man William
Bill" Edelstein will be In charge
of directii e oi the Intra-
Citj Shopping Areas and will su
pervise the downtown block-b)
block solictations and office build
The Business and Professional
on launched its big commu
nitv solicitation drive with a kick
off dinner Thursday night at the
Saxon) Hotel, at which time Arthur
Godfrey was cited for his commu-
nity -er\ ice and interest in the
Miami Beach area.
ZOA Member Drive
Is Planned Here
The South Florida ZOA Coordi-
nating Board, which i- made up of
the nine ZOA Districts in South
Florida, initiated its local member
.-hip drive with a brunch last week
at the President Madison Hotel
Isaac Imber told of the import
ance in Israel today for i strong
/'h>ni-t Organization functioning
here in the IS. George Kronen-
gold, recently returned from a trip
to the Jewish state, -poke of the
need to encourage tourism to that
country and outlined the task for
the ZOA
Seymour B I.iebman stressed
the necessity for immediately en-
rolling Greater Miami Jewry into
the rank- of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America.
Plan- were completed to declare
the period from Januarj 17th to
March 19th as zoa Membership
Months Details were also outlined
s-hcrman of the Board de-
ll to culminate the drive with
! a big aflair on Purim night
All member- -luned up during
11hi- period will be known as Her/!
I Year member-, marking the 50th
anniversarj of the death oi Dr
Henl, and will h<
far the occa-ion and
copies of The Jewish State, writ-
ten by Dr Herzl
\ Mann (left) end Samuel Rubin (right), trustees of. the
American Fund for Israel Institutions, hold engraved silver
qoblets made and desiqned in Israel awarded therrt tor
their outstanding contributions to Israels culture at the Funds
Annual Dinner in the Waldorf Astoria. New York. Looking on
is guest speaker Avruham Harmon, Israel Consul General,
who made the presentation to the two guests of honor. Mann.
a leading Philadelphia industrialist, announced his donation
of $250 000 ior the buildinq of the Tel Aviv Cultural Center.
a project now under construction. A substantial gift from
Rubin, the president of a New York firm, will help make pos-
sible Israel's first Academy of Music in Jerusalem.
Gable* Sisterhood
Dane* on Saturday
Coral Gables Jewish cLj
terhood will hold a dan^
urday evemng. January -
p.m., at the Center, 320
Avenue. The Rodney Nova
are in charge of arra
Music will be by \1 ReichT
man is Mrs. Ben Trupkin.
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Newlj elected officers of the
tZA-BBG ( ouncil of the B nai
K nth Youth Organization of
Greater Miami consisting oi 20
age club- with a member-hip
Orthodox Jewish Congregation- of "' '"<'r WO- were announced this
America, brought greeting- to the
I iisctll Hlvs tor
Sval in ^ongrvnn
Dante B Fascell, member of the
Florida State Legislature since
1950. filed Wednesday with Secre-
tar> oi St.ite R A Graj in Talla-
hassei as a candidate from Flor-
ida's fourth congressional district
(or the Democratic nomination tor
Representative in Congress
A local resident for 12't years,
Fascell, 3t>. ha- legislative experi-
ence dating back to 1H47. when he
served a- attorney for the Dade j
Count) delegation to the state capi-
tal.
Fascell enrolled at the Univer-
sit) of Miami in 1SI33. after being 1
graduated from Ponce de Leon j
Hub School He received his law
degree trom the University in 1938
at the age of 21
Joining the 265th Coast Artillery
Battalion of the National Guard in
Miami a< a private in January,
1941. Fa-cell that -ami' year mar-1
ried the former Jeanne Marie Pelot '
<>f Miami
Having received his commiion
after training in Officer Candidate
School Fa-cell -aw duty in Africa
and Italy for two and a half yean
with both the Iniantry and the Air
Force
H. returned to Miami after the
war and resumed hi- law practice,
opening law office- in Coral Ga
bles in 1950.
Sisterhood, a member org
ot the national unit A 1
low ii
"l Hebrew melodic -
Zamora Center Holds
Open House Sunday
Zamora Jewish Center will hold
open house on Sunday evening.
January 31st, at 8 p.m.. according
to ;,n announcement this week by
Sidney Fertig. president, and Rab-
bi Max I.andman. spiritual leader
Participating will be the congre-
n and its affiliate or..
tions, including the Sisterhood.
Men's Club and PTA. Eleanor
Well.-, of the Artists School of
Drama, will be guest of honor.
week. b\ Jami I..ven-on. chair-
man of th< Miami B nai
Brnh \ .- mmittet
President is Joan Sii
Vem-
rah BBC and achieved the new
' 0D a- a result of htrJ>
-hip in the Leo N Levi Ho-pital
Tag Day drive which
youth cha; | over $.""
the Bnai B rith h ;
Vice president 1- s.i-an Lamm
who is also pre>ident of the Belle
BBG. Arthur Jacob-on a
recording secretary Sandy
Merman was reelected correspond-
ing secretary Bob Raderman 1-
treasurer Murray Kane will serve
a- -argeant-at-arms. and f
council president George I.
will act as counsellor
Minyon Service Slated
Rho Fraternit) ha- inau-
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held Sunday morning- at the
tier- First service
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ILOBAL SHORTS
to Present Requests to
I power Parley in Berlin
Li AVIV iJTA)World Jewish
Saiions will present two
andu'"> to the Four Power
Ling taking place at the end
E, month mBerlin.it was an-
ced here by Dr. Nahum Gold-
|n head <>i the Jewish Claims
lerence. prior to his departure
Israel. One memorandum will
the attention of the Big Pow-
Ho the (act that they must as-
ithe execution of the repara-
I agreements between Germany
Ithe Jew-i>h groups in the event
t is a decision that Germany is
unified The second memo-
lum will deal with Jewish
ns against Austria and will ask
fcg Powers that they intervene
|th* Austrian Government to
J these claims.
_ Plans to Reduce
Payments to Israel
h$ (JTAiThe West Ger-
[ Government will take advan-
of the escape clause in the
jrations agreement with Israel
lh permits the Germans to re-
| their payments to the equiva-
[of S60.OOO.ooo annually begin-
I with April 1st. this year, it
'learned from well informed
jes. The agreement provided
Eermanj might exercise the
L (if reducing payments from
$74.0......00 unnually after
;i n was assumed that
Krould l"' done only if Ger-
k trade position deteriorated.
Jordan Envoy Meets with
Dulles; Rejects Direct Talks
WASHINGTON (J T A)Jordan-
ian Ambassador Abdul M. Rafai
met here with Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles and later told
newsmen that Jordan has no inten-
tion of meeting with Israel under
Article XII of the Israel Jordan
armistice pact. R afai said that Jor-
dan was "fully prepared to talk
with Israel in preparatory talks
(not under Article XII) to discuss
the armistice agreement itself and
clarify any ambiguity of the ar-
ticles" of the armistice but is not
prepared to go beyond that limit.
Ben-Gurion Needles Leaders
For Not Moving to Israel
TEL AVIV (JTA>Former Prem-
ier David Ben-Gurion. in an article
in the Histadrut newspaper Davar,
wrote that he knew of no single
Jewish leader in the western coun-
tries who left his home and prop-
erty to take up permanent settle-
ment in Israel. The article was a
continuation of the statement of
his position, made in a letter to the
recent plenary session of the Zion-
ist Actions Committee, that Zion-
ism requires that Zionists settle in
Israel.
ions Report Thousands of
Slave in Soviet Camps
RUN (JTAiGerman prison-
^f war returning from the So-
I'nion report they encoun-
thousands of Jews from
wiistria and other former Ru-
an territory now in Soviet
s, the ant i Communist news
ce Information Bureau West
Is. The Boon supported news
ce, which questioned German
nees who had been in var-
l Soviet camps, says that the
I are serving sentences of from
25 years.
Tosses Vessel
Lebanese Shore
AVIV (JTA) An Israeli
ng vessel with 11 crewmen
rd has been tossed aground on
ILebanesc shore near Ras el
pira after weathering a severe
Israel has formerly de-
ded the return of the ship and
fmen, under the terms of an
ement between the two na-
guaranteeing haven to each
"s vessel., in emergencies. Le-
aut Monties released the
and said the vessel would be
ned as soon as the weather
pits.
Arab King Threatens Israel
With Second Round of War
NEW YORK (WNS>If the Arab
nations are to wipe out Israel, they
must be prepared, if necessary, to
sacrifice 10,000,000 of their com-
bined total of 50,000,000 persons,
the new King Saud of Saudi Ara-
bia last week declared at his royal
palace while receiving a visiting
press delegation from Jordan, the
New York Times reported^. The
new Saudi Arabian monarcPVas
quoted as having said that unless
there is absolute unity of purpose
among the Arab countries and
leaders "we shall never put our
feet on the path leading to the
liberation of occupied Palestine."
of the New York Post. Lyons re-
lated in his column, The Lyons
Den, that while in Mexico City he
found a local magazine featuring
reprints from an ancient book re-
jected as a forgery years ago. Al-
though Lyons did not mention the
name of the book, he had in mind
the Protocols Of Zion.
Rap Congressional Delay
i
Lehman Visits Eisenhower;
Seeks Change in Laws
WASHINGTON (JTA)Sen. Her-
bert H. Lehman last week called on
President Eisenhower at the White
House and asked the President's
support of a non-partisan citizens'
committee devoted to securing re-
vision of the McCarran-Walter Im-
migration Act. Sen. Lehman point-
ed out to the President that he
had noted the omission of the Mc-
Carran-Walter question from the
State of the Union message. He ex-
pressed to the President the hope
that this omission was not signifi-
cant of a change in attitude.
Zion Haters Hail Eisenhower
Statement on Middle East
WASHINGTON (W N S) Presi-
dent Eisenhower, in his State of
the Union message, made no refer-
ence to Jews, Zionism, Israel or
the Arab SUtes, yet the American
Council for Judaism found a suffi-
cient'*t*aptiole in Ike's address to
pour public vituperation upon
American Zionists and Zionism.
Utilizing as a springboard the Pres-
ident's assertion that "in the Mid-
dle East, where tensions and ser-
ious problems exist, we will show
sympathetic and impartial friend-
ship," the Council, through its
president Lessing J. Rosenwald,
sent a letter to the President re-
minding him in gratitude and ap-
preciation for his statement that
Zionism's and Zionists' partiality
for one state in the Middle East
"does not and cannot represent the
viewpoint of all Americans of Jew-
ish faith."
Ford Urges Ignoring Protocols
Of Zion in New York Column
NEW YORK (WNS)The "best
way to insure against widespread
publicity" for hat e-mongering
books is to ignore them, Henry
Ford II declared in a letter last
week to columnist Leonard Lyons
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and local Jewish organizations af-j
filiated in the National Comma j
nity Relations Advisory Council i
last week protested vigorously-the.
last-minute postponement of Sen-
ate Committee hearings on the
Ives-Humphrey Fair Employment
Bill. In a telegram to Senator Alex-
ander Smith, chairman of the Sen-
ate Labor and Public Welfare Com-
mittee, the Jewish agencies called
the postponement "tantamount to
blocking floor action on this bi-
partisan measure in this Congress."
American ORT Seeks
$3,250,000 for Overseas
NEW YORK (WNS)The Amer-
ican Organization for Rehabilita-
tion Through Training, ORT, an-
nounced here at the annual confer-
ence of its national Board of Di-
rectors that it was planning a pro-
gram to teach industrial skills and
to provide high school education
to 17,000 youths overseas. Dr. Wil-
liam Haber, president of the Amer-
ican Ort Federation, reported t*at
an absolute minimum of $3,250,000
would be required by the World
ORT Union next yeac
Austrian Government May
Revise Claims Opposition
VIENNA (JTA) The Austrian
Government was reported to have
indicated some revision of its for-
mer positions which led to a break-
down of talks between the Aus-
trian Government and Jewish or-
ganizations on Jewsh restitution
claims. This revision, it was re-
ported, may lead to resumption of
negotiations on an altered basis.
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 29, u
1.500 Youth Will
Participate ia
CJA Rally
More than 1.500 boys and girls of
Greater Miami's Jewish schools
will participate in a Combined
Jewish Appeal rally on Sunday
morning. 10 a.m.. January 31. at
the Miami Bayfront Auditorium.
The event is the official kiCkoff
date for the Combined Jewish Ap
peal Youth Division under the su-
pervision and coordination of Louis
Schwartzman. executive director of
the Board of Jewish Education.
The program will be headlined
by television star and ventriloquist
Mickey O'Day. A two hour pro-
gram of entertainment will include
movies, cartoons, a surprise visitor,
well known in the Held of enter
tainment. and musical selections
by youth groups.
Hundreds of students will hand
in their "treasure kits'' containing
a personal contribution to the
Combined Jewish Appeal, and a
preliminary announcement of the
total raised will be made by cam-
paign officials.
Luncheon Meeting Dy,
Weekly luncheon meetinr m
the Miami Beachlsr,, 1 z10njJ *
trict will be held a, thcTlD*
Hotel on Wednesday afterSfj
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an announcement this week 1
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part was adopted Sunday by the
executive section of the B'nai
B'rith Advisory Committee on the
Institutes of Judaism, it was an-
nounced by Maurice A. Weinstein,
chairman.
The committee, which is com-
posed of Jewish scholars writers
and educators from all parts of the
country, met here in all day ses-
sion at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel.
Among those who took part in
the discussions were Dr. Abraham
A. Neuman, president of Dropsie
College for Hebrew and Cognate
Learning: Dr. Salo \V. Baron. Pro-1
fessor of Jewish History at Colum-
bia University; Dr. Abraham J.I
Heschel, of the Jewish Theological
Seminary, author of many books!
on Jewish philosophy and religion;
Dr. Solomon Grayzel, of the Jew-;
ish Publication Society; Mrs. Ju-'
dith Eisenstein, leading Jewish i
music educator; Rabbi Morris Ad-!
ler, religious leader of Detroit, |
Michigan; and Rabbi Emanuel
Rackman, of Yeshiva University.
ritsky on February 17th is being planned by
vish Center. Seated
Sisterhood president Mrs. Joseph A.
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piano are general
ih them are (left to rightl ,he Mesdames Charles Fruchtman.
Newly Organized JWV Post in Hialeah
To Install Officers Sunday Evening
Newly organized Hialeah Miami
Springs Poal No. 681 of the Jew-
ish War Veterans of the United
States will be installed at 8 p.m..
Sunday. January 31st. in the Hia-
leah Miami Springs Jewish Center
Officers of the new Post are
of Miami Beach and Abe Arono-
vitt, of Miami.
Also expected to attend are I-ew
Phillip-. JWV National Executive
Committeeman: Captain Lester
Soldz. JWV Past Department Com-
mander: Daniel N. Heller. JWV
State Department Senior Vice Com
Commander M a x Goldstein. Sr.
Vice Commander Ted Lingaton. I m7indCT;lMiv^orn5"KolofL JWV
Junior Vice Commander Jack Rack-1 Aimijarv Department president;
ear. Adjutant Charles Levin. Quar- Mp. Aimce O(|jno e(lj(or of ,hc
'(Dade County Veteran: Mae W
Weiner, past JWV Auxiliary na
women's auxiliaries.
The opening prayer will be giv-
en by JWV Department Honorary
Chaplain. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
and the closing prayer by the new
Post's honorary Chaplain, Rabbi
Harry Ettinger. The colors will be
presented by the Dade County
Guard of Honor of JWV under
Command of Major Kenneth Braid
I man. JWV Department Photogra-
I pher Jerome Eisenberg will super-
vise photography.
Israelite Center PTA
To Hear Dr. Friedman
PTA of the Israelite Cnter will
hold a monthly meeting on Mon-
day evening, February' 8th. 8 p.m..
at the Center.
Guest speaker will be Dr. Har-
old Friedman. Subject of his topic
is scheduled as: How To Improve
Your Child's Personality.
Sol Koenigsberg, president of the
PTA. announced that a discussion
period will follow the lecture.
Theodore Robinson. Surgeon Dr.
Leon Eisenman. Assistant Surgeon
Dr. Charles Alenier. and Officer-
of-the-Day Larry Krutt. Trustees
include Lester Kahn, Leon Silver-
man and Irwin Himot.
Principal speaker will be Joseph
A. Boyd. Jr., American Legion De-
partment Commander. JWV State
Department Commander Willard
H. Bender will be master of cere-
monies.
Among dignitaries invited to at-
tend are the majors of local com-
munities, including Henry Milan
der. of Hialeah. William C. Herrell,
of Miami Springs, Harold Shapiro.
tional president; as well as repre
sentatives of all Dade County vet-
erans organizations, including their
Dinner is Kosher-Catered
The Hebrew Academy Dinner,
which attracted some 600 persons
to the Di Lido Hotel on Sunday.
January 17th, was kosher-catered
under the supervision of Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff. of the Beth Ja-
cob Vaad Hakashruth, and Rabbi
Joseph Rackovsky. of the Greater
Miami Vaad Hakashruth, according
to an announcement tihs week.
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Jewish Life Outlawed Behind Iron
lurfain, Shuster Tells AJC Group
Continued from Psgt IB I arc in the "rovoi mnent, and there
**<#>/for/c/ifr/7
PAGE SB
, Am,.riiN.n Jewish community
L,h it, va i experience and re
I.....f inestimable

r^ftUmed on the
Western Europe."
"statesmen of the
hi- boon no major reform of the
German school structure. Con-
firmed neo-Nazis seem to be bid-
ing their tune, waiting. The rest
<>f Hfrpfi' knowing the*e fiujts^
feels uneifc.-: And .! ws itaate thai
general i%Nt*rit>.
"Eun i 're; l mM'irluri "
Shuster said, is the tragic weak-
ness of France. A strong France-
would be able to welcome Ger-
many into the community of demo-
cratic nations without fear of
German military power, and. at
peri
In
ji life there.
..ln ino-i of Western Europe.
..lit.
nIcr and right center parties are
power rhis gives an appear
lity to political life
i-hisd |.live. For underneath
jrface. the forces of the same time, provide a bulwark
both right and left, ^ga.nst Russian threat Unfortu-
hately. France is weak and dis-
, hard at work. In addition.
tryVii uii most of Europe, there
growing fear of Germany, espe-
iew bf the imminent
rmac rearmament. In Ger-
faaAflself. despite the recent
idtSEr victory, the old undemo-
fcutif'jenilencies in German life
Tfll ensl Many ex-Nazi officials
Me Council Presents Panel
h Segregation in Schools
In-tine wit h its current project
infoming the public on the is-
ue at stake in the Supreme Court
a><- regarding segregation in the
Chile schools, the Dade County
founcil on Community Relations
kt'ld a mr.ting Thursday at the
ch""! Administration Building
Auditorium
Dr. H. Franklin Williams, of the
Iniversitj ol Miami, was the mod-
|ratur of a panel discussion on The
chool> And The Courts. Also ap-
taring were I'r Baker Hindman.
|up.rintendent of Secondary Edu-
Mion of the Dade County School
stem; Rep Dante Fascell; Mrs.
tharle., Williams; and Miss Alice
lacVicar, chairman of the com-
mittee of the Council charged with
tidying the impact of the issue on
Ide Conn'}
rfolhs Rinehart, chairman,- pre-
Idcd at the meeting1.
united, and all of free Europe feels
this weakness and suffers from
it."
Shuster's address was followed
by a question and answer period
and discussion from the floor.
Founded- in 1906. the American
Jewish Committee is the pioneer
American organization combatting
bigotry and discrimination, pro-
tecting the civil and religious
rights of Jews here and abroad
and working toward advancing
the cause of human rights every-
where.
Marking the 15th anniversary of their Gulf Drug Co., the Sam H. Goldman family group wel-
comed hundreds of guests to their Open House at the company's expanded plant. Mrs. Gold;,
man (center) is the women's B'nai B'rith leader. Beside her is Sam Goldman, founder anfl
president of Gulf Drug. With them are (left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Goldman. Afnola?
I. Simon and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Geyer. Young Miss Geyer (forefront) is a pupil at Shenan-
doah school. _________ ;1,
luxiliary Has Meeting
ih n Brandeis Auxiliary,
lee Sons ol Israel, met Thursday^
kening at the Arlington Hotel fo:
|he group's iir-t business session of
he new year
Residents Reminded to
Register for Primary
Local residents were this week
reminded by the League of Women
I Voters of Miami Beach that eligi-
bility to vote in the forthcoming
May primary requires county reg-
istration. The fact that voters par-
ticipated in last year's Miami
pgaVh council election does not
mean they are qualified for the
MV primary, the League explain-
ed."
" Anyone wishing clearer under-
Standing on registration may
phone Mrs. Herbert Bromberg, of
tte League Voters Service Com-;
irirrtee. During the period Febru-
ary 1st through 11th, proper reg-
istration may be made close to
hone, within one's^own precinct. \
Aftmiifebruary 11U>. the books will
J*rrrned'to the lMfcHopr of thje
flsjsjrCouiity Court House and will
remain open until Saturday, April
3rd. the League .aeidv
Jubilee Heads Announced Here
Leonard W i e n, chairman of
Mount Sinai Hospital's fourth an-
nual all-star benefit Jubilee, this
week announced five new ap-
pointees to committee chairman-
ships for the show which will be
held at the Miami Beach Audi-
torium on March 4th.
Dr. A. R. Hollenderwill head the
Charles Werblow. Handling the
Transportation Committee for the
third successive year will be Erwin
Karden, while Eddie Kaplan is the
newly appo inted Refreshments
Committee chairman.
"We of Jubilee consider our-
selves lucky." Wien said, ""to be
able to have such a splendid group
of men and women of this commu-
nity on our team. For without their
help, it is unlikely that our goal
of $150,000 can be attained."
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services ;il 5:15
p.m.. with late sen ices scheduled
lor 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morton Malay
-ky will officiate and preach oil
ihe subject:. Judaism In Practice
Cantor Samuel Salkow will render
the musical portion-- of the liturg)
The Oneg Shabbat following will
be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs Ar-
thur Goldberg. Saturday morning
services are at 8 a.m.. when Mar-
vin Fleischer, son of Mr and Mrs
Oscar Fleischer, will become Bar
Mitzvah. Rabbi Mtlavsky will
preach on the Weekly Portion Mm
cha is at 5:15 p.m.. followed b\
Shalos Seudos.
MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:30 p.m. Late services
are at 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Boris
Rackovsky officiating and discuss-
ing: Let The Seller Beware An
Shabbat will follow Satur-
n ices an al 9 a m
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH
SIDE CENTER will li
p.i with
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MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Fridaj
enii at 8:15 p m. Leo
Mindlin, 11 The Jewish Flori
will : peaker Bubji cl oi
- :- scheduled as You
Shall Judgt Their.. Saturday morn-
rvices are al 8:30 a.m., when
Rabbi Simon April will officiate
and discuss: Shirking Responsibili-
ties. Cantor Berele Kelemer will
render Ihe musical portions of the
liturgy. A class in Mishna is sched-
uled for 4:30 p.m.. followed by Min-
cha and Shalos Seudos. Daily serv-
ices are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 5 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman will officiate and
preach the sermon on the topic:
The Trials Of A Forsaken Tongue
is at 5 p.m.. followed by Shalos
Seudos when the Rabbi will difr
CUSS 'he Portion of the Zohar. Jun-
ior services are at 10 a.m. in Acad-
emy Hall.
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN
ter will hold Friday evening serv-
at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Mor-
ris skop officiating and discus
Right And Wrong Jewish Tradi-
tion. Saturday morning services
are at 10:30 a.m.. when Larry, son
Hi Mr and Mr- Perry Mark-, will
become Bar Mitzvah He "ill
preach on the topic Toral:
No. The Bar Miirvah- parents will
be hosts at the Kiddush following

TEMPLE ISRAEL ol Miami will
hold Friday evening servio
8:15 p.m.. with Dr Jacob R Mar
cus, Professor ol Historj at the He
brew Union College in Cincinnati,
preaching the sermon His -
is scheduled as: An Old People In
\ \. h Wfor d A reception in hon-
Dr Marcus will follow
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE Will ho
it 5 45 :
Rabbi I I
Ol Ei en j Kiddush will follow,
with
- Mincha is al
v Sundaj i
n ici an al 9 a m 11
es will be at 8.30 a.m. and
5:46 p.m.
* *
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
v ill hold Fridaj evening services
at 8.30 p.m.. with Rabbi Moses
Mi-< heloff Officiating and discuss-
Modern Zionism Cantor Aar-
on Weingarten will render the mu-
sical portion of the liturgy. Tra-
ditional afternoon services are
scheduled for 5:30 p.m. Saturday
morning services will be at 8:30
a.m.. when David, son of Mr. and
Mrs, Max Classman, will become
Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Mescheloff will
address the confirmand and preach
on the topic: The Lost And Found
Column. Junior services are at 9
a.m.. under the direction of Ben-
jamin Kaminetzky Kiddush spon-
sored by the Sisterhood will follow.
| with Mrs a. Bergman and Mrs. A
Weingarten as hostesses Mincha
Greater Miami'f
Synagogue Directory
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followed
Maain
h\ Shalos Seudos and
Cantor Philip Hrummer will ren is al 5:30 p.m.. followed by Shah
ler the musical portion- of the li
turday morning services
re at '.) a m when Hie Rabbi will
discuss the Weekly Portion Daily
I are in the chapel at 8 a.m.
' 3 p.m.
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
I old evening servici I
8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Max Shapiro
and Cantor Maurice Mamchi
ficiating, assisted by the choir un-
der the direction ol Miriam Don-
nerstag, Rabbi Shapiro will preach
the third and final sermon in a
series entitled: What Youth Need-
The Oneg Shabbat following will be
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Max
Bergman. Floral offerings will be
by Mr and Mrs. Isadore Tendrich
and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tendrich.
Saturday morning services are at
9 a.m., when the double Bar Mitz-
vah of Howard Tendrich and Stev-
en T< ndrich takes place. Student
servici are at 10:30 a.m. Daily
services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:50
p.m.
Seudos Rabbi Mescheloff will dis
cuss the Weekly Portion Dailj
services are ,,t ; and 8 a.m and al
5:30 and 6 li in A daily lecture
mi Jewish laws and customs
en by Ihe Rabbi between af-
ternoon services,
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
ill hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Harry Kt
linger officiating and discussing:
Slave- Without Cham- Cantor Ben
Grossberg and the Center Choir,
under the direction of Rabbi Et-
tinger. will chant the musical por-
tions of the liturgy. Mr. and Mrs
H. Fischer will be hosts at the
Oneg Shabbat following Saturday
morning services arc at 9 a.m.

TEMPLE SINAI will hold Friday-
evening services at 8:30 p.m.. dedi
cated to Men's Club Sabbath. Rah
bi David Shapiro will officiate and
discuss: Why I Believe In The
Power Of Prayer. The Oneg Shab-
bat following will be sponsored by
members of the Men's Club and by
Mr. and Mrs. Max Fichner in hon-
iViasfErsffs
Shall!
WEST MIAM! JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
o p m Late services are at
BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.,
when Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
will officiate and discuss: Justice
In Religious And Civil Views. At
4:15 p.m.. Rabbi Rackovsky will
preach on the Weekly Portion.
Mincha will be at 4:30 p.m.. fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos and Maar-
iv. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m..
followed by a das- in Mishna. Min-
cha is at 5:30 p.m., with a cla-- in
Jewish law- and customs Gemor-
rah study 1- scheduled for Tues-
day afternoon al 430 p m.
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices al 8 IS p m., with Rabbi Henrj
Okolica officiating and delivering
the fourth in a series ol sermons
on God and man: With All Tin
Soul. Cantor Maurice Neu will ren
der the musical portions ol the li
turgy, assisted bj the choir under
ihe direction ol Lucille Moore, The
Oneg Shabbat following will be
sponsored bj Mr and Mrs. David
Goodman in honor ol the en
ment ol their daughter. Carol, to
Mr Al Goodman
FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening service! at 8:15
p.m., with Rev Leo Helm offici-
ating. Arthur Frishman, Miami
Beach attorney and Instructor of
Law at the I'niv.-r-ity of Miami.
will be guest speaker. Subject of
his address is: Law-The Subject
B) Which We Live Mr. and Mrs.
Hen Jonas will he hosts at the On-
eg Shabbat Saturday morning ser-
ices an- at 9 a.m., when Rev. Heim
will discuss the Weekly Portion.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
B 18 p.m.. with Rabbi I^eon Krnn-
ish officiating and discussing: Law
And liberty Saturday morning
services are at 10:45 a.m.. when the
Bar Mitzvah of Michael Stephen.
-on of Dr and Mrs. Irving Gordon,
and Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Hal Hertz, will take place. Cantor
Samuel Kelemer will render the
musical portions of the liturgy.

KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday
morning services are. at 8:30 a.m..
with Cantor Abraham Seif offici-
ating Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m.,
followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily
services are at 8 m and 5:30 p.m.
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
evi ning services at 5:15
p.m. Saturday morning services
are al 9 i m when Rabbi Alex-
Gross will deliver the ei
n the tuple Justice, Justice
Shalt Thou Pursue Mincha will
be al 9 p.m., with Shalos Seudos
following Daily services are at
i in and 5:15 p.m. Sunday
ices are at 8 a.m.

DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening -ervices at 6
p.m., with Rabbi Aarie Becker of-
ficiating Child Cantor Lazarke
r will render musical port-
inii- nf the liturgy. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 8:30 a.m.. when
Rabbi Becker will discu.ss the
i Weekly Portion Cantor Berger
will again render the musical por-
, tions.
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rday morning services are at
9 a.m. Junior servicet will be al
11 a.m. Mincha is scheduled for
p m., followed by a lecture on
the Weekly Portion.
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
5:30 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m.. when lir
Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate
and discuss: Religion's Answer To
A Troubled World. Cantor* Nath-
an Zeichner will render the musi
cal portions of the liturgy. At 4
p.m Rabbi Samuel Krolowitz will
conduct a class in Talmud. Mincha
direction of Rev, Mordechal
llaalman. Saturday morning miv
ire at !l a.m.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold services Friday at 8:30 p.m.
Rabbi Max Landman will officiate.
assisted by the choir. Topic of the
Rabbi's sermon will be: What Is
Ailing American Jewry Today. An
Oneg Shabbat will follow. F.arly
morning services will be at 5:15
p.m., conducted by Rev. Rudolf E.
Brill Saturday services will begin
at 9 a.m. Rabbi Landman will
speak on: Spiritual Icicles, Jun-
ior congregation will hold services
at 11 a.m., in the Maloff Room
Mincha is scheduled for 5 p.m
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Lou hopens
, Brief Shutdown
hr YORK .rrhnion, Israel
fu. o( Technology in Haifa.
mPA lull operation last week
Riving been closed down for
L, it ha- been announced by
Wunsch, president of the
Uan Technion Society. The
fut,. was reopened on Janu-
fcmh Wunsch "-"id. adding that
Kutdown was "not without
^ch staled thai it developed
)( ihcr.il1> that shook many
,laceni friends of the school
ie| and here into productive
It created a worldwide re-
ition <>f Technion's role in
(is future The government
wn given a new and greater
mm M the essential nature
:hnion."
manner in which friends of
iion rallied to the school's
,rt during the "20-day dark-
was a heartening develop-
Wunsch said. He viewed this
[is one of the clearest indica-
that we may iook now to a
it and fruitful luture for
lien
hnion was closed on Decem-
Ih, after il wai found impos-
to meet the Institute's ne-
expenses. In announcing
Jpeninf ul Technion. Wunscn
,,1,, ih importance of con-
the s Jety'l increased
lenanre su| | rt
Instruction
rimming Planned
unt\ wide instruction in
rung, life saving and First
[are- the goals of Donald G.
hey. newi) appointed direc-
Bf Safety Services for the
i County Chapter of American
iCross.
ointment of Northey, a vet-
of 20 years in Red Cross
, was announced here by Mau-
| Klein, the local chapter's
nteer chairman for Safety
Northey was with the
fcland. Ohio, chapter of Red
previously. %
tin said Northey is already
ork un plans to expand the
'Chapter's training in First
land Water Safety Practices.
I will be accomplished by pro
|g classes which will train in
Ion wh i, in turn, will teach
ping and r'irsl Aid to many
throughout hade County.
I 't yen 8.901 Dade Persons
Orkin Reviews Latest
Pest Control Methods
Orkin Exterminating Company
held its aaAual managers' confer-
ence recently, assembling more
than 350 managers and other ig
pcrvisory personnel from the
firm's 24 state territories; the Dis-
trict of Columbia and Cuba. All of
the sessions were held in the
Dinkier Plaza, headquarters for the
Conference.
Otto-..Orkin..' founder no prosi
dent, a nationally known figure in
the pest control industry, person-
ally delivered a welcoming speech
at the opening session.
In his keynote address, Perry
Kaye, 1st vice president, reviewed
the progress of the company dur-
ing the past year. He stated that
more than 40 new Orkin offices
were established, and operations
were commenced in two heretofore
uncovered states: Nebraska and
Colorado. At peak season during
the past year, there were more
than 2,000 people on Orkin's pay-
roll.
During the various business ses-
sions, department heads from Or-
kin headquarters brought manag-
ers up to date on latest methods
of past control and sanitation prac-
tices. Under the direction of Wil-
liam Orkin, vice president, the
Orkin Fair was held at which each
department had on display in var-
ious booths new equipment, new
truck designs for the Orkin fleet
of trucks, advertising programs
and accounting procedures
An important portion of the mi
sion was the discussion of Orkin-
Tox, the new pipe system of triple
protection, terminate pre-treating
program which Orkin launched in
several pilot locations during the
past year. The system will be in-
troduced in each Orkin territory
during the coming year. Under the
direction of Alvin E. Bindig, this
program is being promoted with
home builders and specifying
agents.
Orkin now operates 277 offices,
which serve over 3,000 communi-
ties from principal cities of 24
states, the District of Columbia and
the Island of Cuba.
North Shore Sisterhood
Plans Fashion Show-
Lewis Fashions will present a
fashion show for members of the
North Shore Jewish Center Sister-
hood on Monday. February 3rd,
12:30 p.m.. at the Center. In charge
Of reservations are the Mesdames
Jan Neross and Kozlyn Kishberg.
Hi' Sisterhood participated in a
book review of Nathan Ausabel's
Treaaury of Jewish Fofclw-
Thursd%v. Guest reviewer was Ger-
son Miller, Miami Beach attorney.
Shafkin Xamed
Hoard Chairman
I.ouis Shafkin has been named
chairman of the Miami Beach Plan-
ning Board. ShafRin was a mem-
ber of the Board since its incep-
tion.
Named vice chairman is Thomas
J. Bowler. Other members include
Lew Braverman. Joseph H. Gard-
ner, Morris Gardner, Mrs. Frances
Jnsenh. N. Douglas Raff and Ger-
ald Schwartz.
A resident of Miami Beach for
almost 30 years. Shafkin belongs
to the Masons, Shrine. Elks, Civic
League, is president of the Dade
Chapter of the National Cardiac
Home, the 14 Club and holds an
honorary membership in the Police
and Firemen's Association.
Shafkin is also an associate pa-
tron of the Eastern Star Faith
Chapter No. 255.
LEGAL NOTICE
took part in the Red Cross swim-
ming classes. Viiis training, Klein
pointed trot, is essential to young
people in view of Dade's many
rockpit.s and its long shoreline
which encourages water sports.
[ed Lesser (center), president of the Miami Beach Apartment
e Association, appoints Dan Broad (second from left) and
s9 Schatzman (second from right) to represent the associa-
"i the 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. Aaron
'"er- general chairman, has named Broad and Schctzman
"airmen of the CJA Apartment House Division. Others
>wn are Al Osheroff (left) and Meyer Teigman (right) who
erve as division vice chairmen. Lesser announced plans
"^ch 1.9CH Miami Beach Apartment House Owners, les-
and managers to invite their participation in the annual
e which supports Israel and 54 world-wide and local wel-
nstitutions.
J Survey Hints of Racial,
{Mow Issues in Probe
*VORK ,WNS) -The possi-
ot the involvement of racial
P^f"" factors in the trou I
I*1 'on Monmouth, where Sen-1
LctT 1! Mc,'ar,hy "*"**
Imt ,;"'""">' investigations.
I,n'l this week in the New
Is k-'T '" an article bV Peter
riving says that the history
Ln '""1s :'"(l reinves-
f*hich have been going at
f "onmouth ilncc 1948 ,,*
r "" unproved contentions
1 bigot U"8 Un<1 r,'1,gious and
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA IN CHANCERY. No. 165*92
HELEN U. QOULD, I'l.iini n
vn.
QEOROE P. QOULD, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tu. col. gborge p. iiiii'i.i)
1106 20th Street .v w
u ., ihlnjton, 11 C
Toil ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
ill,it a urn of Complaint for Divorce
li i l..-.-il filed attains! yini In Ih..
it'"\. .-11111i.- in required '< serve a cop) <>f yflui
AhVVrr' to' 6M IKJb *4>Miuiiuia>t oi
Hi.. Plaintiff's attorneya, and fil. ih
original In Ih.- office of the Clerk of
ih.- Circuit Court on or before the
.'.'lid (UU ^f K.-lll 111,1 V. I'.I.. I. irlll.-IU Si-
.i Decree I'lo ConfMao will lit- entered
.k.iiiin( you.
Thin ri.lie- shall I... i>tildlshod once
.-Hrh w.-.-k fni four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH VIA iRIDIAN.
Hai.il at Miami. Florida, this 20lh
day of January, 1'.4.
E. B. I.KATHKRMAN
Clerk, I'lrciiil Court
By: wm. w. BTOCKINO
Deputy clerk
PALMiTT. SILVER Mll.LOY
Ail-it ii.-\ i- for I'lniniiff
Til Congress Building, Miami, Kkirlibt
I/S2-29 2/6-12
LEGAL NOTICE
Schwartz Again Elected
Isidore Schwartz will head the
Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan
Association as president for a
third successive term. He was
elected to office on January 18th.
The group will hold a Board meet-
ing on Monday evening, February
1st, 8 p.m., at the Town Branch of
the Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
nity Center.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
tile undersigned, dextrin* to rnmui- in
husincss under the fictitious name of
LA PAMPA REST.W'ltANT AND
SANDWICH SHOP. .11 T: \V Kinkier
Si intends to register said name with
the cl.ik of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Horlda.
JOSE EHONTONII.I.A
I 2/5-12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 165681
GWENDOLYN DAVIES BTORCH,
Plaintiff,
va.
flERALl i (1LENN 8T< 'IH'H.
I lefendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Tl i IEILAI.I i UI.ENN BTI >RI 'II
76 ii) Bi iil Ro i-i
Indian nill. Cincinnati, ii.
Von .1 h. i eb] n- tlfl. i thai -i Bill
nf t*omplalnt f"i Divorce haa i-.-ii
ill ,ii-. net you, and you are li.-i.--
i i. .( ,ii. .i to nerve h fop) <-f > our
Anawei tu the Bill "f Complaint on
I lid file III.
h ,,i Anew, i in the office of the i 'le k
of the i 'ii- nil Court on oi oefo
Ignd da) ol Eebt uarj. r.'.M: t li -
the all. k il;""~ "' ~ i'1 BUI of < 'om-
plaint "ill be taken > oonl
against you
i this 20th day "i January, 1854.
i: B L.BATHKRMAN,
i l.i k .-f i 'il ul 'mill
It II RICE. JR.,
(v,.ai) IJeputs Clerk
OK" >RfJE I TAUIANOFP, ESQ.
All., in. -v foi Plaintiff
il'ii Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
I 22-29 5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that
the underslfnad, deairlna to engace In
bualneaa under the flctftloua name of
'DEBRA LYNN SHOP", at lii^l Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, In-
tends to register said name erlUi the
Clark "i tha Circuit Court ol Dade
County. Florida.
WILLIAM FOX, .111. Sole imii.-i
EDWARD H REKNICK
Attorne) for 'Debra Lynn Shop"
- 2 5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE I- HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underlined, deairlna to engage In
- -in.i. i the tu i it ion- nan.....f
,I*PLIANCE CENTER, at 1 I-'- ikI.-i- sm.-.-i. Miami, Intend! to raa-
--i.-i s ild Mam.- with the Clark aj Uie
Circuit Court ol Dade County, Klor-
'''"' WASHER M \i:r. INC.
MYERS, IHIMAN kaci.an
MtO n.-. fDt Appllt ant
-,,i,.i,i Bldg.
2/5-12_________________^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Irrslcned, deal) ma to engage in
huslnaaa under the rtctltioua name of
U'l'REME BE M I'V PARIXm, at 21
; K 1st An-, Miami. Intend- tl
tar said name "h the Clark of the
rircuit c..urt of Pad.- County, Kl..i-
-UN
_________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that
the uii'lii Mi.-ii.-d. dexlrlng to engage in
bualness under the flctltloua name <>f
LONDON PINTERS, at 10K0 E. 24th
Street, Hialeah. Klor'..;... Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
LARRY LONDON y
1080 B. '-Mth Street, Hialeah
STANLEY JOEL LEVINS, ESQ.
Altoin.-\ f.-r London i'laters
till Llnroln Road, Miami Beach, Fla,
I I 15-22-29
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 165779
MARY CAIRO, Plaintiff,
VINCENT CAIRO, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
You. VINCENT CAIRO, IO-82 IS&th
si s Oaone Park, Long laland, Nea
York: are berabj notlfiad thai a Lill
fii.-.i agalnat you. and you are reojulr-
ed to serve a OOpV of > our Answ.-r or
Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney, CLAUDE M.
BARNES, L'.':: E. Hauler St. Miami.
III. and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the 2nd
day of March. IBM, If you fail to do
so. judgment hy default will I..- taken
Bgalnat you for the relief demanded
in the I'.ill of Complaint
Thia notl.-e shall !.- puhllshed once
each w-.-ek for four conaecutlve ateeke
in THE JEWISH PLORID1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami.
Florida, tin- -.ih day of January, a D
e. it. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Clr.-ult Court.
Dad.- County, hlorlda.
B> V, I!. Ma.-LA HEN.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
CLAUDE M BARNES
Attorney for Plaintiff
I/M 2/6-12-lf
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PREH
ENT8 shall COME, GREETINGS:
Win' -
MARX M PABER. MIAMI. I'l.i UCII \
RICHARD K PINK,
MIAMI FLORIDA
ELIZABETH L. CI'II.LI:
MIAMI, I LURID \
did on the lifl.-.nlli rli.y of April, A.D
...uae t.. be Incorporated undi
the provialons of ('liapti ..-i-, I
Htatntei., \mi:i:i.' w REci iRD i
'i'kili"1'nii.s, inc.. a ......rni -
with ii i i in- pal jl..... i>l i
MIAMI. DADE I'lil'NTV. In th.- .-
Of l-'loiiil.i. ami whei.-a> the |"
'i col Pol a l ion 20th day of January, AD l> i. cauae
to be filed in the office of the Kecre-
i.in ..r siat.- oi tin state of Florida,
.. duly authenticated resolution edopt-
<-d i.\ the sio, kiioiders under the pro-
inone "f said i!h iptei tM, Florid .
Htatutaa, showinK the dissolution ..f
so. ii orporattpa.
Now, therefore, the Secretary of
State does herel,\ Certify to the to'.
going and-thai he la natiefted thai the
i .-Hililelnents of law lla\e lieeli c..in-
pllad with
IN WITNESS WHEREOF,
ha\. hereunto eel my hand
,-nd have affixed the Great
Real of Hi., state of Florida,
.'1 Tallahassee. the Capital.
thia the Twentieth day of .lan-
uii ii. AD. 1954.
IL A. CRAY.
Set ratal "f State.
(HEAL)
i _"i i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the iimici s.un.-.!. desiring to engagi in
bualneaa under the flctltloua name <
I'l.i i r.EI.I.E ATI'S, at 1201-8221 East
Lav Marian Drive, Ba) Uarboi Iiland,
Florida, Intend to raglater th. aald
nun.- wlih the Clerk of the -
Court of Da.le County, Florida
WILLIAM POL1 'CK
HERMAN Ll'DWIlj
I ". -12 i I
NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
in virtue of Chapter 87S of
statutes Annotated iluii, Wat
houeemen and Warehouae l:.-.ii-i-.
-i A o TRANSFER A WARE-
: li H> E CO., IN''.. a Floi Ida '
(am. h., virtue of Iti uai.-hou
has In Ita poaaeaalon the followlni di
.rilied propert j
I'SED silk SCR i: i: n sum-
EQl'IPMENT a- the prop< i' > ol MR
s W SEWELL, "i n..... ,\ K 159th
Terrace, taken from 881 H \\ 12th
Avenue, and L'SED RCNDRY STORE
EQUIPMENT and ITXTI'HES
I rop. rts ol MR H > ECBANKS, nf
:!'.. s w. lull Avenue, taken from 800
s w 12th Avenue, ami thai on the 8th
da) of FV in during the legal
hours of sale, malnl) h.-tw-.n II 00
ii and 1:00 In I fternoon, at
2048 N Miami Avenue, Miami. Flor-
ida, the undersigned shall offer for
tale to th.- highest bidder for caah In
hand tha above deacribed propert) as
the propert) of Mr Sewell and Mi
Euhanks
DATED at Minn. Florida, thli 25th
da) of January, 1854.
\ O TR \ vsi-ci! &
W AltEIH USi: C( i INC,
i n 11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK*HEREBY GIVEN that
the underaigned, deairlna to engag. In
l.uslness tinder the flctUloui nai......I
"THE SWEATER MART', al 1804-A
Washlnuton Aventte, Miami
l lorlda, intends to ratTlatar said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
11.ul,- County, l-iorlda.
WILLIAM P IX, JR Sol.- 11 i et
EDWARD S RESNICK
Minnii-v for "I'll. Sweater ''
5-12
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 165741
RL'DA It LENDMAN, Plaintiff,
\ i
ARNOLD II LBNDM \ V Defend*!
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: AKNol.D II LENDMAN
. o Mlti h.-ii Lendman
i '. i: -i 16th -
Pati i -i il New Ji
You are hereb) notified that B
omplalnl for Divorce he
aga nat ou, and ) ou are i.....
..I to serve a cops of your Answei
Pleading to the dim "f i 'ompl i -
the plaint rr- Attoi nej -, .\n ERS,
II i:im \\ ,\ KAPLAN, 850 Se) b
Building, Miami, Florida, and file the
ii.,l A ii-M .-i oi I 'le idlng in i he
fiie of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
mi or before the lai day ol March,
1884. if con fall to do s... Judgment b)
default will in- taken agalnat you for
the relief demanded in the BUI Of
('ompla Int.
This notice shall lie published OIK
each week foi four conaecut e/eaka
in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this :'lst day of January. AD.
lfS4.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Couit.
I ad. County, FTortda
lt\ WM W STOCK INC.
Circuit Court Heal) l>e|iuty clerk
MYERS. HELM AN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
.,,a Beybold llullding. Miami. Fluid.
1/28 5-12-18__ __________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underaigned, dealring to engagi
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
SYDNEY BEAUTY SUPPLY CO., at
15 Collins Avenue, intends to raglater
aald name with the Clerk of the C
cult Court ol Dade County, Florida.
SYDNEY SOBELSON
A .1 KAPLAN
\: toi ue\ for Applicant
. Lincoln Ro "I
I i..-j:'-j:i : :.___________________
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 29634-B
RE ESTATE OF
NELLIE S I'" i|'LS< >N I.....
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
N< Til R
In.
- i
the esl ite ul Nld.l.li: s P( ifLSi >N
elect
! ehr an i. 1954, vt .
orable I- RANK R I W LI Ml I I
Judgi ol D oi' Counl > Florida
:..| f.
(in -l.i tdmit
it, .a N Ll.l.li: S I'' H 'LSI IN,
,-d
This lth il.n oi .1 inn .1 li i
\lii-i-: i: TH u:r.
-
MYERS. HEfM \N KAI'l. W
tttorne) for Adn nisi tl rl*
______________.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICF: IS HEREBl t'EN I
the underaigned, desk ragcain
business under the flctltloua name of
Ll'NCH BOX, al 747 N i: 2nd u-
Intenda to Intel ild n ime
with th.- Clerk ol the Circuit court of
l lade County, I- !' Ida
I R INK .1 GRll>ZIEN
KESHLER a GARS
Attoi in-1 s foi Applicant
1782 W Flagler St.
12-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
I he uii-l.-: iflgni d .I'--. ng to en
- UUdel the f.. I i.-ii- name of
lil.Ai'K IRCHII' ROt >M, .ii 1801 7th
- reel Cauaeway, North Ba) Viluuie,
Inten i i" ret d name
a ir ti the 'l. rk of Hi. en nit Com t ol
I ade i 'ounty I lorlda.
EDWARD P BRtX)KS
H iSEl'll STARINSKY
i | 5-12-18
ATTENTION ATTORNEYS!
CORPORATION OUTFITS
Lowest Prices Quickest Delivery
in South Florida
CaU the JEWISH FLORLDIAN at
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>.-.: .- ; LOWERS OF CITY Tht
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both;
,H> T.i leu. *!<-'' and r.'IWt
. .,1 .in I -p.-ilal taxe; on
. .1 in m raomtl o both.
City, and such B|MCtaI
... -,...i.U local lmi.r<>ve-
,,nl miiIi e&clae ami iTlvllt-ne
.. ,- Khali be lawful for .arr>lng
...it tht purpoBB nnit pBWBTI of Ihe
, i provided thai no laxea In
. ... ,.i i,. tlj niilln .-hall bo U-vied
... the benefit "f puhiir library;
i To levy. a*.* and collect tax-
! to borro hmh.>. itliln the
Ibed i.i |nerl law; and
. nl ..Hi .1 -I" tal UKMCttMaBMB
- i.fi i red
... To fuinij-h all Wx-al public
t.. purohaae. hire. constitftCAi
..n. maintain and operatr 0T leaae
i i utlllticn; in a<-i|uire by
ti.it.......i thrrwla*. wuhln or
with..nt the ...ti".rati- HmitK property
...,: foi an. -ii. h purpoHfa, aub-
m the rvatrlctloM lni|>#ed by
K. nrral law f. ihr pmtrTJiii . i.innuin,:n >. and t" Itrant l nt ilit> rranchlaea and ta reasuUle the

IIT) To maUi local public Improve-
i menu .iinl I., acquire b> condemnation
.....tharwlaa, proparty within or with-
ut u corporate llmlta nacaaaary for
:in|.r>.lenient-, ami altw to ac-
qtllrc an excaaf i.x.r that ni'cded for
an) stiv I. improvement, and t.. acll or
. ,-, .. ... proper!} with reatrlctloaa
r t.. protect and preserve the
nt.
I i-. i. an.I fell bond* on the
| <*- l.-.-il' II ll-i *-! trvifmm **# ll
* In whole or in part, or any
:>. oi of mi.-h ex-
' ,... .in public utility
-i.-.l I., the 'Hi. "i Of the revenue
LEGAL NOTICE
tlma to Mine to t|1P (., _
the waactmaut Ml,-V,?"*I
adopt Ian of Bach ,,,.' ~"*
lion* for the lovemm... ? '
loua t.lty IH-piMu,,
teraata of the flti i..J"St,_ > I
lierforui all dun.
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i "hall o.
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uu-h neti.-.,....... "**l !_ll

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i.aaenertr < -...r
H i"harter -
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thereof, "r of both, including the caae
of a publii utility, if deemed dealrahie
., franchlaa atalinic the
..ll-.'i wiiuh. in caae of fore-
- biaaai may operata
-,. h utillti
...lininlater
Lo I lie iSenvral
. i .1; an.I inf..ice within
the.. .i- .. ..nitary
i ll imt In
h ,..<,, i LawBf
.?! To pr.\ul, ',.: -luin learaaea
il bl ^htt^t er-
1 c:Ms of mone> or property,
1 roi auch
.le. ine.1 t.. I..- CU\ I
t\.MEMTIO POWERS OF THE
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ARTICLE II
THE COUNCIL; THE MAYO*
N and
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> t Mayor
Poweti ami .lu'iea at aW
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v"aca af tbr
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N Council
: I Into
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J l.lae of
tl llielll-
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M.
per-
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,M -Vdm. SELECTION
- v MB i -i, it] have
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' "hall b
T.. Dwm iilrn
iialn-
' on altel nate
** de.l that
h I '.. rl-
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and
from
' further, that
I IrctcHl
,,.> eotera of
JOALIF -ATiONS: CiMin-
lara of
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N i I'ublic.
ioiM.
II .oun-
any of
-"I'll be caa>
nral tnr.
jVe >hau nwanfaaub
VALAe e, Th# BP-1
-hall t- fixed bv
a^ieaaed
nanclBVaBB
irrr ".HMo. tni
wall be re.a-
-vail b. elated froea
SSSXfp

*ai wXti-lVt^ *" -w "S
> -^rrT^ ** U" wer 0y
' la .rtt.
-aa j^

.-.^, "art. wa
auch oftieer advlaai.i,-
lor or LYiniptioll.,. nhoJ"*
ami outlaa anall I,.- .,hh' ,** J
oi naty hereafler h, [,>?"'
rrtmceranfe*wy ejii. >..'"!? 'VOa
FUbmit to the City ,
rraHilred. a full ana ,.,,.
ment of all receipt. ,,*"*
men ta of the I In .. ,,,,. J1"-
Statement; ami Hhall aleo
and aubinlt to emu ii.mUr"
City council at the ......,r "
meetlnc In each month ., ,,{"
ahowlrut the amount ?**
penaas of each C'ltj I N.,r,n
the inccedmit mviiili. i*,ih,r,'
the amount allow,,i ,,, rtl"" '
ment when the Annual lluo.Vt"
(hi To act on all (trdlnanoBit
by the City Council ,| jZgl
be auhmltted befme ,it "'*
fact to the Mayor. ,., "L"!?,
Mayor, for blaapprov.il; T bbml"
he Hhall aln the aainr and retail
to the City Clerk, if dtauamll
return aame with hi- oWeHaiT
wrttltta-. to the city 'ouraSTi
next ri-Rutar nv.-iinr. wfe>
cause the aame to l .nterwlkt
upon ita recorda of their
ina, with the Mayor'a
thereto, and paa* n;..i, o,, ,
U|>on conalderatlon lllr I'ily^
hall paaa Bald Ordinance he Jj
flftha t4/i) major tt> \,it,
vote "hall be enteu-,1 upon ia
orila, such tlnjinan. .- !..i|| ^_
come law, the Mayor'i min,.
t^>ntrary notwithat^n lint .Vx<
nance which ahall nol be rrra
the City Council at the nexti^ ,
meeting after It" passage Wtt i
written veto, shall l.e, nine a Be si
like manner aa If a|.pni\ed Bl nj
Mayor or Acting Mayor,
Section S.VACANCIES IN
OK MAYOR: The IT, dent of dWj
Council, during the abaenee or
bllity of the Mayor, ahall set ail
Mai or. but while ao ailing an Ml_
he shall not ha\e the niht to tj
tote as a member of th>. <'itv ra
but the city Oouni I Khali, m
i-aee, elect a Praaidi nl pro tin L
in caae the Mayor "hill I* abneatl
laboring under any dlrabihty for i
than tnree daia at a lime, tbe I
Ing Mayor shall reoi .. the Ma
alary for the time of hia abane
dlaabilit... provided, thai In the e
of the absence, .ickm-- .r lil^sil
cation of the Mayor and or the Ml
lent of the Clt) n I. 1st C
Council may elect one ..f u meal
who ahall Ce Acting Viator, aat]
actlnfj Haior cannot ... a aaaj
of Council; and. pro
i ae of death, resignation, ragjl
failure to *r phi"!, al ili-.il..! in oag
'allure to BSBCl a Ms; 'he I'twA
of the City Coun< .1
aa above provided, ahall at''
duties of said office HI CllejhJ
manner and pursuaiil In ARflCU
VIII. Section 11 of II i hartBJ
Section 7. DUTIES AND POWl
OF CITY COUNCIL i 'I
i il ahall hate the
all ..I the powers granted i
of North Miami I:. u"
''harter. together ll 11 ."tpl
poaratl nd'eaaari to can into atg
tw.ii all |>..wei a ..'
I'he her. ina't. i
ti.ular i>owars In II
not be deemed SXcl
lion to tne bow
..i Implied then
the
tended that the i'
have and mat SXel
which, under the I
State and giant. I
clla of Hi. BBd
I.AWB of (he Stale '
I.. -..1.1 tent I .i art"
fi. ally to enumerat.
ENUMERATED POWERS
COUNCIL: Th. i
hate an.i la a '
,.ow era aa follow
111 To a|.|.|nt a '
ahall |>et
m mm l. (he |.i .
t-barter and
scribed or whi.li be bbbj
|mciiI.i bt i-itv '
tl) To ai^iolnt a '
i-hall perform all lies "
Man him by (he
t-luirter and win ire no
scribe or w.'i ..leafter I
preaa-rtbed by C'ltt .linan-e
is) to make. '";1.,; ,
. the teuierrtniei;' l"i':' ,
the ifffl. e. of sal
'names in writing and iasr
Usi and Rules ..I tirdi
latent with thi" rt'r,.*,
C .n.titution ami l.n>" "f me '
states a. Ihei "'JT.
1 To |as all >nlm '' ""'
^nbe penaili.- '"^ifl
preteat and abate i i
>.< To restrain and punaUjH
Ming or other .1
to pretent the r.in"">K a( a-j-
cattle, horses, doga, nogs,
gats. and fowl, snd nth"
tw birds, la the rets sr__,
tlty Umlts and I ""I""11"
t> To provide for "* ".
meat of wsterw <">" "j
waaats neceasart ';'r '"^d
asal mat make rontraett eaw
To be -me. snd wheneteftM^
ssiiwi ceanpan1" a at
!> To regulate Ihe '-**
street or other rai '" """
the CtW Limits rrt,
T Ueease. .." *%*<
Hhln th' .''2aai '
q__ -La-i l b and '7^,
Ur*w a-.'jfj
as e^-t-subee" -s


LEGAL NOTICI_____
>Jeistinork&V7
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i, (uriinanies by fine or
UK...' '> "",h ,,,,e *nd
rimnnien<
T" I'''-''
ill
h Ordinances as
, ,.-.taiiltHh quar-
' "TT.^iih regulations for
I"' "? \, Miami lieaeh not
Cl2iHl '" ""' ru""u""Ve*.'r
ps"* '", p.. Slate Hoard or
K"nd enforce same by pen-
lllh- .miiac I'"', piovloe and
".','" ,,,.,,,'of Health.
hJi Health "h"" h,^e
, .vision of the Pb-
City of North Ml-
.hall "have the power
nilgatr, and enferce
i ngulaUons aa mar
Tt
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"1"
M tin
kr. I
ST ..i nUnslsvent ^"UJM"
violation of any Ordl-
City.
and provide for a
and to regulate the
..i In
t> of >'>
to arw
r Pep"1"1
I
protect the City from
T ontai City Tollce De-
TeTnruvide for the Inspection of
'Tit,,,. liRl'i ""' water meters.
ffiwMii.1 enforce ordinances.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
prj
,1 ,.|ial>le sleam and gaa
," ,..,.- an examination mrl
I., take out licenses'
";;,. penalties for failure to
* ,,, t"in|>e1 the Inapectlon of
hoilei- * "Til.i ""' to compel em-
, toempl") only licensed engl-
.asdafin .. P"l,t.'2.,Haj
. to i -j i>-1 employers, their
, ,., servants to allow in-
tion'f bndcra and of affixing a
' foi refusing to do so.
alt)
| To
Ilthmit
fo establish hospitals and with,
,...,] mctlon of the Hoard
;ounty I'l.niinlsslonere, to estab-
streets, alleys, avenues and lanes,
public wharves, landing*, inariua
house*. aiavces, bridgea. aewera,
trenches. Hitches, culverts, canals,
atreiiins. water couraes, dock-lines,
and ths location of aush disk-lines,
sidewalks, curbing, public buildings
and to fix and establish the grades
of all highways, streets, parks, park-
ways, avenues, alleys and thorough-
fares.
open, widen, grade, pave, repair and
otherwise Improve streets, alleys.
avenues, boulevards, lanes ami oilier
public- highway., and i construct
storm aewera, sanitary sewers and
other drains and sewers within and
under any street, alley, avenue, lane
or other public highway; to par-
chase, lay out and Improve parks
and parkways; to construct or pur-
chase a telephone system, and works
lor supplying aald city and its In-
habitants with water; 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 sutiteiranean conduit,
pipe or duct for the supply of gas,
electric energy, oi water, owned or
operated by the City, or about to
be constructed by the City In front
m such remises: to erect or pur-
phase a Oily Hail. aWayUiib. for toe
care or detention eg take sick; tails.
LEGAL NOTICE
market hou
for municipal .
and furnish lite
bridges, culverts
any waterway,
other depression
'sea or stasn
rult* ami regulations respecting
poo,. Indigent. Infirm and ln-
L-to provide for the support and
..,,, ..,.. .,i.....which such
, coming into said City shall
,.,! to leinaln.
ifo provide ihe punishment, I.e.
fc.i unuiisoniuent Hn other punishment allowed uii-
lihe C'H.M.iuilon. of persons who
at an* lime, disturb the peace
r all riotous and uiaor-
, persum i v igrauts within the
'ol North Miami lleach; or vio-
an,. "1 it- ordinance*, or any of
,ui, in filiations of the
h,. Buai i i Health, and the City
Ll ,.f Health.
To fi* il leculale from time
ijnir the salaries of officers and
, Cltjr except aa
If,11 otl l I'l "v idi-d.
To to loperty owners or
ni*nt- led ith City aew-
| jn i legiilnte any other
kt,r cm thl that may lend to
[not, in ilth, welfare and
to prohibit and
houses and dls-
il an) exhibitions,
iv ide or amusement
morals: to prohibit
ubsi en* pictures
regulate, restrain
bi:\tni I ing on of manu-
pirea Jangi is in increasing or
i ml license the sale
: gubttr 'he storage
i.u, pitch, resin.
I, ki i oaene, gaso-
ustlbie. exploe-
atei tal; lo teg-
f lights, candles.
I
I
y
i
I
I "
pipes In all sta-
... ea of business.
Is ippress the sale
n kera and air guns

.. ml t eculato the
IMirk, flour and
ons anil oils.
the inspection Of
l*T, l.i rd; I.....gulate the
; .. iltry, fish, fruit
the Inspection
he -.uiluwy con-
i les, l.ulcper pens
where the
line in sold with-
.. n.1 to pl'..\ Ide
' Ing sue* regula-
ilntaln and regulate
penaltlss on the
- nr agents of any
-i lew i u-, or any other
or any other
i.< dsiiasirgsis or
mz.eiis nr their
. i due notice, the
.milled or removed;
the iiieloslng, Im-
A''ig n-itiilarlon of put.in-
to the City wlth-
..... lornorats limits;
' Hi., iniprisowasent of
' the > i n.iiii'i- at
" I" streets or other
Una ted by ordinance
.'id roat attaehed
nn-t i| |, |,y juill, lal authorlly
'~o I ..intiol, tax and
and sales ii|wn the
in.I public places
and to regulate.
' rohlblt hawkers and
?" such streets, shle-
ulillr plaie-.
,r" pn -. rlbe penalties for
II or any of Its Ordl-
-.-. lion thereof by
..iim.nl in the City
..... the collection of
attachment summarily
property of the delln-
-time can be found, pro-
' he penalty enforced
is., exceed Imprison-
* ini da>s or a fine
Ithin
I)
bastolnga.
and tn |iilp
a*: to ereegr
viaducts ovtr
track, fa-
in or under any
street, ii.iiile\aiil. nvmitf. alley, Ian*,
or other public highway; to csm-
struct tunnels under sny waterway
or railroad; to extend Its cor|X>rate
limits In the manner iirovided by
the Lsxws of the SSrate of hlorlda;
to construct or ujnnhaae asy stlyt
or local railway far ths tnn*sss)>
tlon of passengers or fretlfft", to otsi-
struct ship channels, canals, basins
and waterways within the City or
Into or through any part of Ttlscayne
Hay, and any harbors within the
City Limits for such width and
length and for such depth as the
City Council shall deem necessary
or convenient for the use of ship-
ping; to contract with the (lovern-
ment of the I'nlted States for aid
of the Government for such work!
done, or to be done by the Govern-
ment: to construct or acquire
wharves, dock*, warehouses and
other properties within or without
the City Limits, deemed by the
Council to be necessary or conveni-
ent for the use of shipping: to ac-
quire all lands, submerged laud,
riparian rights, deemed necessary
for sny of the foregoing purposes,
or for anv municipal purpose.
(JO) To condemn, In addition to Its
powers of eminent domain under the
other Umh of the Stale, any water.
Ice. gas, power or light plant, tele-
phone system, or street or local rail-
way, ship channel, canal, basin,
waterway. Wharf, dock, warehouse,
lands, submerged lands, riparian
rights or buihllncs or any part
thereof with any and nil franchises,
rights anil easements thereto belong-
ing or appertaining by proceeding
in the roannei provided In tits Uwi
of Florida for the exercise of the
rights of eminent domain.
(31) To operate, maintain, repair
and extend any and all of its inunlc-
I|m1 pi i.pel lies.
i ;:'. To ii.il>. a oontmcl with l>nde
Countv, or with any person, firm
or coi|M>rallon, by which a portion
of the cost of any municipal Im-
pi-ovemeni to be owned by the <"ll>
shall I..- I...in.- by such contracting
party, upon such terms as to pay-
ment ami othei > -c as the Council
may determine. .
(t>) To destroy surface privies and
. --......Im Ol "111. I foi ins Of le. .p-
tacles f..i sewage, other than the
saiutar- BeTVri HweTS, anil power
to oompel property owners t.. con-
ii., i their premises with esrvlce
sewers, and In ease of their re-
fusal after notice gl\cn. to author-
ise such connection to be made by
the City, and to fix a Hen upon
such premises for the eosl thereof,
of the same nature, and to the same
extent as the lien for tax. s. the ( Ity
mav collect such charge or Hen In
the same manner In which city taxes
are collected.
Section g. VACANCIES IN
CIL: All vacancies In lei ins
the City Council shall be filled In
. COUN
occurring
in
ARTICI.1-:
I". nd .
h)
Ii '
'in if ii,.
i thai
i in
rs ,. ""i ajs or a line
sail. "'""'red (i(K) Dollars. In
mii'in m ih..
I
, > all
hleh
powers herelnalmve
'I Hi. City Council shall
l.'.wers in.I iterfnrm all the
0 >,..,. ., ll|K>n Ih^m hv |h,
or Kl.irlrta now In force, or
hereafter he enacted,
'h" government of
Nth iu T""'n". not Inconslstenl
'.n provision,, f ,1,1s Charier,
he M' vor. Chief of Police.
' 'etk. Tax Assessor and c.,1-
' ."l.i all other City Officers.
've all the |s,w,rs and per-
llie dutleH Imposed upon
? ';;'",,' law.
nit *.i ""' establlsll a fire
ilh. ,,'"" ""'n rll>'- "nd to pre-
srT '"'"" Rnd regulation- for
i I,, .'!' J!"'1 repair of bnlM-
| In saw Citv The City Cnun.ll
in!,' ',al, such Ordinances as
, .. n-'-essarv to protect and pre-
,'"" '"''' upon all prop-
ntrnll. I' '"". managed, or
,, J "''' ''"> outside the
M lalise tag assessments for
i.'wrrlne tax asaesemen's.
a manner and pursuant to
VIII, Section II of this Charter.
Section INDUCTION OF COUN-
CIL INTO OFFICE; MEETINGS OF
COUNCIL: The first meeting "' ea.n
newly elected Council. r..r Tna-uctton
into office, shall he held at S:00 o cl.a-k
in the evening on the first TjUsJjJ
folk^wlng Us election, after whit-h the
Council shall meet regularly "t imcli
limes, as may be preset lh''rtu.D> h''"
rules, but not less frequent!) than
twice- each month At such firs meet-
ing the Council shall elect on of s
members a- I resident of the ",i n. .
whose duties shall be to preside at all
Stlonof Its members a.J for SUcb
purpose shall have the pow.it' s
,,.na witnesses and i.s,uire the pro-
*2!SBm'iiSfiun of procedure:
JOURNAL: The Council shall tleter-
Irh.owt. rule- and orter of hus-
ileas it shall k.ep a Joornalof Its
prT^eJlngs and the lou.nal shall he
,-n lo nubile Inspection.
"TWy 12. ORDINANCES: n add,-
ordlnan.e shall be read in full and.
after such reading, all persons Inter-
ested shall be gi\e,i an opportunity to
be heard.
Section 15. FURTHER CONSIDER-
ATION; FINAL PASSAGE: Atler such
hearing Hie council may llnalty pass
such humane. wltii or without
amendment, except that If it snail
make an amendment which constitute*
a changs of substance. It shall not
finally pass the t Inlinaiice until It
shall have caused the amended sec-
tions to be posted at least once, to-
gether with a .Notice ol the time and
place when and where such amended
Ordinance ulll be further considered,
whnh publication'shall "he at least
seven (.) days prior to the time stated.
At the time so advertised or at any-
time and place at which such meet-
ings shall be adjourned, the amended
ordinance shall ne read In full ana a
public hearing thereon shall be held
nnd after such hearing the governing
body may finally pass such amended
oiuiiiance, or again amend it subject
to the same ...millions The second
passage of any Ordinance pursuant to
this Charter shall be final and no fur-
ther passage shall be required.
Section l. PUBLICATION OF OR-
DINANCES A*TEB. FINAL PASS
AGE; PERMISSIVE REFERENDUM:
Alter final passage, every Ordinance
shall again be posted in full, and, ex-
cept as otsierwise limvided In tills
Charter shall be subject to permissive
referendum aw prewtaed In .vtlTlci.h:
IS or this Charter. ICvecy tuesneni <,
untise It shall specify imutwsi ewte,
sMall become effective as nrweelred In
ART1CI,K II, Section ..-h of this Char-
ier; or. if the Ordinance be submitted
at a referendum election, then upon a
favorable vote of the majority of
those voting thereon, except as other-
wise expressly provided in this Char-
ter.
Section 17. EWBrcTieMecY ORDI-
NANCES: Sections 12. 13, 1. If, awe
IS shall not apply to any Ordinance
which is Introduced at the Council as
an Kmergency Ordinance. Such an
Ordinance may be passed after the
second reading during the Council
Meeting at which said Kmergency Or-
dinance Is Introduced; provided, how-
ever, that the facts that constitute
the emergency shall lie stated In said
Ordinance, 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 necccHsltates the promulgation
of Immediate law for the safety of
life, property and health.
ARTICLE III
BUDGET
Fiscal year
Preparation and submis-
sion of budget
Budget a public record
l'ubll. allon of Notice of
I'ublic Hearing
Public Hearing on midget
Further consideration of
Budget
Adoption of Iludget
Vote required for adoption
Pate ol I'mal adoption;
failure to adopt
Kffntlvc date of Hudget:
certification; copies made
available
Undue! establishes appi"-
pi latlons
Iludget establishes amount
to be raised by propeft)
tax; certification to taxing
authority
Budget message; current
operations
Budget nie-sage: caplial
improvements
Iludget message; capital
program
Iludget message; support-
ing schedules
Budget
Anticipated revenues
Anticipated revenues com-
pared w ith other years
Surplus
Misi cIlniicouH revenues
Miscellaneous revenues;
anticipated surplus from
municipal utility or other
public service enterprise
.Miscellaneous rsa-enues;
measure of ewtlnwjtes
Miscellanea** pprenues;
receipts for speets* assess-
ments
Miscellaneous revenues;
from new >wrce
Pn.posed emytnenlures
Proposed expenditures:
comimrison with other
years ,, .
l>own payments on capital
projects
29 Iludget summary
Section 1. FISCAL YBAfRt The fis-
cal vear of the Citv- iloremm.nl shall
begin on the first day oT November
and shall end on the last day of
October of each calendar year BUCh
fiscal vear shall also constitute the
budget and aiioiintlng year. As used
In thl- Charter, tin* term Budge]
Vear" shall mean the fiscal year for
whlch nnv particular budge Is adopted
SUBMISSION OF BUDGET: The
Miyor 7,7 least sixty (60) day- prior
o the beginning of V.l5ivUf?.uncn a"
shall submit to the ( Ity Cun. II a
budget and an explanalor> budget
message In ths form and with the .-on-
LEGAL NOTICE
Section 1.
3.
4.
6.
7.
8.
!.
10.
11.
12.
13.
II.
II.
16.
17.
IS.
IS.
-'II.
21.
23.
26.
27.
28.
The enacting clause '''." ', ?k"t ,K
*'Tne.
"sine .
^n" a Board of Kq.H.M-
p'fol M j'l'" 'xc,u>ve power and
bir. Jr,d, '" onstruction and
'e;"-"provided I"" S.:;,lons 13 and l.
Ko" such purpose, at such teteashe
shall determine, he, or .ST 0SCer
hall obtain from
Vne'hcad of "r-'sch office, department or
ag'ncv. estimates of revenue and ex-
nfn itire of that office. Department
or Agen.v. detailed hv organixation
nf,, and charaeter and object of ex-
"."."_ ....j _.s..h other siipisn ting
Marthas
dais
as
he
lines!:
ects pending or
may retp
f all capi
which such ivnart-
wllh an estimate of all capital pn.J-
r^nl'hea.heii'eves should be under-
7a>en wl'hln the budget year. In pre-
irlng the budget, the Mayor shall
Kviiw the estimates, -hall hold hear-
ngs thereon and may revise the estl-
5SrtteV fc" -UDOET1 ^'P'UBL.C
RECORD: The budget snd budget
"; and all tSMKHtlnt "fijffi"
-hall be a public record In the orrue
of the Citv Clork o|wn to Public In-
Section hv anyone The Mayor shall
"HuV; sufficient copies of the budge.
to the time advertised^ READING
and Place so adveOl.e.l.roMin)(.
; -onsiruetion snd re- and Ptaoe to J^l^SJ-rBjedTeuell
'"g and improving of all from time to time, be aJo
f budget mts-aee to he prepared for
distribution Interested persons
^n.'.V'ne1 avaiiablV to the public for a
o*rlt of not less than thirty (30)
the period of adoption
ne...
days prior to
Council.
'''se'ct'lon'TpUBLICATION OF NO-
TICK OF PUBLIC HEARINOS: At a
meeting of the City Council at which
thV hndeet and budget message are
.ubmllted. the C0eM hU dete,-
mlne the place nnd time of the public
hearing op the budget and shall cause
?' be'nosted a Notice of the time
and place, not leea than seven (7*
days after date of posting, at which
the Council will hold a uubllc hearing.
Section 5. PUBLIC HEARING ON
BUDGET: At the time and place so
aiivertlsed, or at any time and place
to which such public hearing shall,
from time to time be adjourned, the
Council shall hold a public hearing on
the budget aa submitted, at which
nil interested persons shall he given an
opportunity to be heard, for or againat
the estimates or any item thereof.
Section t FURTHER CONSIDER-
ATION OF BUDGET: Aftei the con-
elusion of such public hearing, the
Council may-Insert new Items or may
Increase or decrease the Items of the
budget, except items In proposed ex-
penditures fixed by law or prescribed
by subsections la), (b), It'), Id), (e),
(f). (g). C(.....ell may not vary the titles, de-
scriptions or conditions of a.liii'nisti a -
tlon specified In the budget. Before In-
serting any additional item or Increas-
ing any Item of appropriation. It must
cause to be |s>sted a Notice setting
forth the nature of the proposed In-
creases and fixing a lime and place,
not leas than five (5) 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
ii.iiis and make the Increase or In-
creases, to the amount In each case
Indicated by the posted Notice, or to
a lesser amount, beg' when- It shall
increase rhe teas* asieanid expendi-
tures, it shall asaw InilSSnie the total
anticipated ppvesnse t-# least equal
such total proposed- teejeridliiiris.
Secttasi' S VOTE ajsjfJ(j,RED FOR
ADOPTION: The Itudjptt shall be
adopted by the favorable vote of at
least a majority of all the members
of thb Council.
Section DATE OP PINAL ADOP.
TION; FAILURE TO AJOOPT: The
HMbyet stall be finally adopted not
later than the l">th day of the last
month of the fiscal year. Should the
Council take 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: I'pon final
adoption, the budget shall be In effect
for the budget year. A copy of the
budget as finally adopted, shall be cer-
tified by the Mayor and City Clerk,
and filed In the office of the City-
Clerk. The hudget so certified shall he
printed, mimeographed or otherwise
reproduced and sufficient copies there-
of shall he made available for the use
of all offices, detriments and agen-
cies and for the use of Interested per-
sons and civic organisations.
Section 11. BUDGET ESTABLISH-
ES APPROPRIATIONS: From the ef-
fective date of the budget, the sev-
eral amounts stated therein as pro-
posed expenditures shall be and lie-
come appropriated to the several Ob-
Jects and purposes therein named.
Section 12. BUDGET ESTABLISH-
ES AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BY
PROPERTY TAX: CERTIFICATION
TO TAXING AUTHORITY: Prom the
effective dal.i of the budget, the
amount stated therein as the amount
to be raised b) property tax shall con-
stitute a determination ..( the amount
of levy for the purposes of ths City,
in the corresponding tax year. A cpi v
of the budget as finally adopted shall
be certified bv the Mayor and filed by
him with the Officer, Board or Com-
mission whose duty It shall I" t..
levy such taxes for the corresponding
''section 13. BUDGET MESSAGE;
CURRENT OPERATIONS: The bud-
get message submitted by the Mayor
to the Council shall be explanatory of
Hi. budget, shall contain an outline
of the proposed financial policies of
the City for the budget year ami shall
describe In connection therewith ths
Important features of the budget plan.
It shall set forth the reasons for
salient changes from the previous
vear In cost and revenue items and
"shall explain any major changes in
financial policy. _____,..
Section 14. BUDGET MESSAGE;
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS: As
part of the budget message, with re-
lation to the proposed expenditures roi
down payments and other proposed
expenditures for capital projects
staled in the budget, the Mayor shal
include a statement of pending capital
projects and proposed new capital
projects iclatlng the i*apectlve
amounts proposed to be raised there-
for by appropriation In the budget and
the respective amounts If any. pro-
posed to he raised therefor by the Issu-
ance of bonds during the budget year.
Section 15. BUDGET MESSAGE;
CAPITAL PROGRAM: The Mayor
shall also Include In the message, or
attach thereto, a capital program or
proposed capital projects for the next
fiscal year next succeeding the budget
vear. prepared by Ihe planning Com-
mission, or other authority, together
with his comments thereon and any
estimates of costs prepared by the de-
partment of public works or other
office, department or agency ror the
,i of said authority, In preparing
-ii Ii capital program, copies of the
departmental estimates of capital
projects, filed with the Mayor pur-
suant to Section 2 of this Article.
shall be filed with Ihe Commission
Section 18. BUDGET MESSAGE:
SUPPORTING SCHEDULES: Attach-
ed to the hudget message shall 1m
such supporting schedules, exhibit".
and oilier explanatory material. In
respect to both current operation- and
capital Improvements, as the Mayor
shall believe useful to the ( ouneil.
Section 17. BUDGET: Th e budget
-hall provide a complete fin in. 'I plan
for the hudget year. It shall contain a
tabular form:
fa) tleneral summary .
11, i Detailed estimates or all antici-
pated revenues applicable to
proposed expenditures
The total of such anticipated revenues
shall equal the total of such proposed
exnendltures._________ __.,
Section IB. ANTICIPATED REV-
ENUES: Anticipated revenues shall
be classified ss surplus1 Miscel-
laneous Revenues", and "Amount to
be raised by Tropertv Tax": mlsce -
laneoiis revenue shall be sub-classi-
fied by sources and shall be esti-
mated ns prescribed In Sections 21 to
U of this Article.
Section 1t. ANTICIPATED REV-
ENUES COMPARED WITH OTHER
YEARS: In parallel columns opposite
the several Items of anticipated rev-
enues there shall he placed the amount
of such Item In the budget of the last
completed fiscal year, the amounts of
snch Items actually received during
Ihe year the amount of each such
it. in In Ihe budget of the current fis-
cal vear and the amount actually re-
el.)
If)
and
celved to the time of preparing th*
budget phis receipts for the retintlnd.1
of the current fiscal year estimated aa
accurately as may be.
Section 20. SUrtPLUS: Surplus shal
include:
ta) Revenue receipts made avail-
able by the lapsing oi unencum-
bered appropriation balances a;
the beginning of the budget year
Receipts Horn unantli-ipi U
miscellaneous revenues of the
preSe.ling fiscal year.
Receipts from anticipated mis-
cellaneous revenues of the pre-
ceding year in egress of the estl-'
mates In ihe hudget.
Id) Receipts during'the pPevioim fis-
tstl year, .from' 'taxes or' lien-
against which" a complete .. -
serve haa been established.
Section 21. MISCELLANEOUS REV
ENUE: .Miscellaneous revenues shall
include anticipated revenues from the
collection of taxes other than the gen-
eral property tax; the amount of
State in.i to be i.cel.ed; the amoun:
by which the city is expected to bene-
fit from taxes COlleOtM by the Slat.-
the amounts estimated to be reeelvei
fiom services and sales, fines and for-
feitures, pension assessments speqis
assessments and other BPOOlsl or non-
recurring sources.
Section 22. MISCELLANEOUS REV-
ENUES: ANTICIPATED SURPLUS
FROM MUNICIPAL UTILITY OR
OTHER PUBLIC SERVICE ENTER-
PRISE: The anticipated revenues an.
proposed expenditures of each utility
or other public service enterprise
owned or operated, SJ the City, shah
be stated in a separate section of the
budget (each bearing the name of the
ulllltv); and as lo each such utility,
an anticipated surplus. If legally avail-
able for general purposes, shall b*
stated as an item of iniscellaneouf
revenue in Ihe budget.
Section 23 MISCELLANEOUS REV-
ENUE; MtASURE OF ESTIMATE**
.So miscellaneous revenue from any
aouree shall be included as an anti-
cipated revenue In the budget In all
amount In excess of the average or
the amount actually realised In cash
from the same source In the next
preceding fiscal year, and that actually
realised in the first ten months of the
current fiscal > ear plus that to be
......ived III the remaining two month-*
of the year estimated as accuratel)
as may be, unless the Mayor shall de-
termine that the .facts clearly war-
rant the expectation that such BXcees
amount will actually be realised lr.
cash during the budget year BBI
shall certify such determination In
willing to the Council. __.,_ __..
Section 24. MISCELLANEOUS REV-
ENUES; RECEIPTS FROM SPECIAL.
assessments: Revenues free* ths
collection of specks! assessments o.i
property specially beiiefitted shall nol
l stated in an amount which Is II
excess of the amount of the receipt*
so derived which It Is estimated will
be held in i ash on the first day <-.
'"sec'l'lon" fiTl- SC ELLANEOUS
REVENUES: FROM NEW SOURCES.
No revenue from a new source m
previous!] stated In the budget shal1
be in.hided unless the Mayor shall
determine that th.- fact- clearly war-
rant th.- expei taii..n that am h revenue
will be actually realized In cash dur-
ing the budget year in the amount.
stated and shall .. rtif> such determin-
ation in writing t" the Council. K the
,,,-w revenue i- t" be received from
th. st.He. thi .ted amount
-hall not exceed the amount which
the proper ..ftIce of the State shall
dei Im- In writing to be the amount
whnh may reasonably be anticipated
in ths budget year. _________
Section 28. PROPOSED EXPEN-
DITURES: The proposed expend l
shall be Itemised In such form an I I
such extent as -hail be provided by
law, and m ths absence of such pro-
vision, by regulations established by
Ordinance. Separata provisions shall
lie included In the hiidact for lit MSt
(a) Intereat, amortization, and -
deniptl'.n charges on the public debt
which the faith and credit of the
City Is pledged.
, I,i Other statutory expenditures
(el The payment Of all iudglii-lit
id) The amount bj win. h ihe '>
receipts of ml* eOaneous rei
l the last completed fiscal f<
failed to equal the total of th
budgel estimates of receipts from
miscellaneous revenues for thai i
fel An amount equal to the :.:-i"
gate of all taxes levied for the thlrtl
fiscal vear prior lo Ihe budget vear
which are delinquent and outstand-
ing on the fi beginning of the budget year, except
to th,- sxt, nt the City may hav*
made provision therefor by resort
Ing the full amount of said delin-
quent taxes.
If) An amount equal to the aggre-
gate of all cancellations, remission",
abatements and refunds of taxeB
that have I.....ii made during Ihe cur-
rent fiscal vear.
(g) An amount euiial to the aggre-
gate of all special revenue notes'
which It Is estimated will be
standing at Ihe end of the current
v.ar In anticipation of the collection
of revenues other than the propel v
l:.V. .
Ih) An amount equal to the nsr--
gate of all emergency notes which it
I. estimated will he outstanding nt
the end of the current year.
(I) If the Citv is re'iiiired In make
up Ihe deficit arising from the oper-
ations of utility or other public
service enterprises, an amount oiiuil
to the deficit from such operations
during the last completed fiscal vear.
aenaratelv stated for each utllltv or
other public service enterprise which
appears in a separate section or
the budget.
IJ) Administration, operation and
maintenance of each Office. Depart-
ment or Agency of the citv Itemise*!
hy character and object of expendi-
ture.
Ik) Contingent exnense In an
amount not more than three per
centum of the total amount stated;
pursuant to subsection tj) of this
Section.
(1) expenditures proposed for capi-
tal projects. Including provisions for
down pnvments on canltnl projects
as required by Section 2 of this
Section 27. PROPOSED FXPENOI-
TURES: COMPARISON WITef
OTHER YEARS: In parallel column*
opposite the several Items or pro-
posed expenditures, there shall b*
nlaeed the amount or ech se)eh item
In the budget of the laM cemnleted
fiscal vear. the amount'of sneh Items
...malic expended durlwe: noh year",
the smoont of each sncN Item In tho
bu.bret of the current v-i>r. nnd the
amount nctuallv expended tn Ihe lime
of preparing Ihe hudcet the
expenditures for the remained!* of
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE

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CAPITAL PROJECTS
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Section 24. SHORT PERIOO OF
L|M,lATIONS: Vh.ll tfOtJ '-<
I n.o i>ai '"""'
i in thin I'linr-
P"
Ml. lit* Of

EFFECTIVE DATE OF
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BctlOB 12 NO BOND ORDINANCE
TO Bfc
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BORROWING i-OR CAPITAL
IMPROVEMENTS
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PERIOD OF USEFUL-

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the
Chan egu run I

riTV CLERK
Section 10. REFERENDUM ON
BONO ORDINANCES: Before an)
III abli f" the I'll
.ill III-
Id Oil North Mia ml
acting b
I and othi era. It
......i h
if tu h by t he i eg-
I (reel Mi
I .
ich el.
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Section -3 DOWN PAYMENT NOT
REQL'RED IN CERTAIN CASES:
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Section 14 AUTHORIZATION OF
NOTES IN ANTICIPATION OF
BONOS: MATURITY
'h!- I
i il in.i
li
.

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N
i ii..1 more
Hi in fo
lance ol
\ii bond am li Ipatlon
not* -ni' !' Hold b) the propi i eu-
thont) private nale a it boul pi ,--
v louii publli ni;.
Section 15. OTHER PROCEEDINGS
BY RESOLUTION: All matter* III
tlon a IIh tin- authoi Isal Ion
mla .' cf ol bonda "i notea
not epectftcall) required to bo i.....
vtded in the bond ordinance ma) be
determl I led b) aubaetiuent
Rpaoiutlonn adopted b) the affirma-
tive vote ol .ii i. i in.i |orlt) "t the
membi ol I clt) Council
Section 16. ALL BONDS PAID IN
ANNUAL INSTALLMENTS Ml





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I
Bond
'
r the

Ing within
I'
tereal of i .


by tbi
.
4t til.
bond* irauanl tu thin Char-
ter ahall I
....." ol whli ii
than fifi\ pel centum
i prior
Section 17 FIRST ANNUAL IN.
STALLMENT: | annual In-
I
ill Iwo
.
' LAST ANNUAL IN-

I

PERIOD OF-" USEFUL-
PUTED FHOM UA1L OK
Hi

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PERIOD OF USEFUL

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H I"' ambl......-
..........0 to "
. ... ell I.I
. In.n
I til. It) and ..II
. i,i hiiuII i revel there-
ed II
i ordinance ahar] be
i.......'i '' hai. bi i.
ed b) Una
i.....mpi) "'" ""; urovt-
.i. .i ..mi .ill laws;
ilhiit) ol au. ii bond
hH|i nol i lerealtei be
, ... i. either a pat t) pUlntlff
,i.i. nil.ur except In h
, .,, proceeding! ooen.
i,,. to tbi exp i..in.ii nf
i lay
Section 25. PAYMENT OF BONDS
AND NOTES: Thl POWer ,""1 ot'"\
tml ,, D| thi Clt) i" pa) an) anil all
., mi noti hereafter laeuad by
,. pUri hii Charter, -hall l>r
unlimited and the City "hall levy ad
,..|....in laxea upon ..II taxable prop-
iiii within i lie City for the payment
h honda ot i.....- and Interest
I hen ,. without limitation of rate or
an".urn The faith '"1 credit of the
hereb) pledged for the paymanl
. prin IpaU il of the Interest on
nil in.rnlr. and notea of the City hcre-
unied purauaal lo thl- Cnai i.-i,
whethei "i nol sm h pledge 1 atatad
in the l~.ii.I.i notea, or In the bond
orilinun. .i ith.n-lzlng their I-
except -i- olherwlae ptoiiild In Sec-
Uon 10 of I I 11. lo
ih,. purpoae "I Hum Beet Ion being
ind economl-
iblii wayo with-
f North Miami B.....li maj
be Improved, li li hereb) declared
, in in ill. galll in
. : ih.- pi
i ahall, in any
of the ordera
for aui boi
. golai l) "
i) affi the
t> ,.r lie mil.lb
.....'1 tot
nt
ARTICLE V.
DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL
1
M

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l"
It.
12,

nt
i 'i\ il S.-t \ I:...ml
N umbel. A ppolnl m. utM.
on mil Removal
Cuii Servlci I'."Hid
s. lei tlon ol nan Bee-
.iii i i 'hlef I -v." miner
i ,i i s.-i i.. Board
i m laaalfled and Clai
Kel vice
Civil Service Board
Powera and Dutlea,
.mi ..f K;il. -
I'n.in..li.iii
Civil Hen i' ird
i:.-in..\.ii. Suonanaton,
Itedui lion "i Bn ployaaa In
Claaalfled Rervtco
("l\ il Kel \ li .- Iiimrd
j-'.itui- of preaenl l-'m-
ployeea in Claaainad
.-.ii ,
Condition (or paymanl of
. i lea In 'l^ aalfied
Set m. a
i'... i s of Subpoena,
ihitha, l*i oduoUon of
r., di
na, Penaltfei

Pel ill
rivll Service
I:.>.u-I. Ms Kmpl
ti\.- lo Claaalfled -
I r i nd Itetli
i el I'm.!. Inaur-
I' n .i epta
I V fol Ml. Il
idminiati it li
I',.hi
i II
Vet.
Hi ni-
MEHIT BASIS OF AP.
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PASSAGE
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POINTMENTS
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on 2. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD-
NUMBER: APPOINTMENTS: ELEC-
I" .'OVAL: ,, b)
I
. il..
n Mm,.
three
|>olnted b) tin-
1,7
- mi ahall ba

i M uml
. term*
ha" Thai
',',' "" elected fr..m
th
npl
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plant*
f i


Secton
xpi
l |.l.4
with l\ ..,.,,.
i. led hi Hi. I
.'' (he other
' ft..in the remaining
Ml nf the
hall i ik. office
Mi> vacanclea
m the -..in,- mam
i tod ..,
" 'It) ,,, ,M.
ithorleed t..
I., the ml, | ,
Hie I,
.
bi thi C
Sett n i -
Civil
I.....I
..r elec*
ni: iha
with
n. ,i
1
vlded In S. -.
Section 5. FORM AND CONTENT OF
BOND ORDINANCE: A l| ,
:i. .,-
illowlng prov slonr
.:i ..f
urn.
' mated
asd b)
.i- pro-

of
ire
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lion 4

ERVII SSIF.f:0
JUS!
L1CAL N0TIC6
fh-d and Claaalfled -; ,
-'a.ir.e,l Sen, ".J*\
<> The h.,,. ., """
member or............ '.,''lwiiiww
Attornay. Judg, r.""^
""" of P...... ''ijcJ
p.u tment. an.l i .

-.he ,;;;;;,v::;"'.' ^zi
b) Hi:- M| .
Service rhen '.'"'S
fled Sel l|. .. I),,, ,
aa th. 'i- kit*
ln peiulhn

flciitl.MiK of a hi i. ni
l"'"feaalonal. ... ,,...... '''
a. tar, aa may be ,1, ,.., '.'
miI.-k ..f the Board '
hal|
i-e any i
to th.
fhulinii
Ic) The Ivalmr C|
ordinary unakllled I.
Section S. CIVIL SERVICE Bn
POWERS AND DUTIES: CREatS
OF RULES: The H-wrq alllniS
the power and ahall I
(It Adopt, amen.I ,,,,| f
code of rulea and regulation!
lug for the gppolntnient ..nd'es
ment In all poaitimis in the ru
Service, baaed on m<
i-haracter and Indin-tn, a ,j-
illniniaiuila. inapenalont, lemotlqaii
reaignatlona for caua. HowivZ
iuIch affecting thi leetlri
K'lrira of apiHiTntmenl ind aha
ahall Include or ha\. nlmllar In
In the provlMon- ol S. lion ;,<',

(f) Adviee an.I il n,( p9
an.I Mayor In foatei
Inatltutlong i.'t.al and einpli.i-. rgauathan
ih.- Improvemenl ol mnei
.it.i- in the Muni, pal -
(I) Advlae the Conn. I anil 1
on problem-
niiii.-iiatli.ii.
. 11 Make any It
It III.i \ .ill.-hl, I dl
i he aomlnli
.Mum, IpnJ Bervlci port io i
i ';! i 'oQni il I ml M I lei?! .
year, Ita fin
..iiiineii.l.iili.ii-
, l II,*.11 ii|.i
, i ol emplo),-,- In the .
Ice m gua|endad
.i ml i opart In wrll
. '..iin.-ll ami M iyot
t. i ..mm.-ml.11 i-.iih.
Section CIVIL SERVICE I
- PROMOTIONS: Tl Hoard
|ii.i\ i.le f,.r pi..mni : all
in the Claaalfled Sei i
orda ..f merit, offl. I. -.hinrl
i hi.In. I and nenl.li in
Section 7. CIVIL SERVICE BOA
REMOVAL. SUSPENSION: RED
TION; OF EMPLOYEES IN CLA
FIEO SERVICE:
II) NOTICK: The .11- harp a*'j
permanent employee -h.tll not I
effactlva until the Deiwrtmoit I
tur ahull have first aerved the:
employee with a written Nolle* |
irge, together ulih such
ii .let-all aa ahull enable th,- nl*i
ployae t<> explain Ihe altuatloakj
uwn defenae. A <"|i> of aald Si
of nimharge togethei iilh thIL
rxplanaiinii. if ..ny, fhol
llled with the Board i tempi
employee who ha- i mantatl
ua In any other clai
civil ear vice rlghte Ca-eqj
euch an empeoyi
l.v tile Ivdhi tment I m
.iiineal t., the CImI SerM. Ifcara.
() GROUNDS FOR DISMlS
SUSPENSION AND DEM0TI0
The following are
breach of duty .ml itroundaj
I Service ni '
on, ibough charg. -
i.l-.li .,ii.. uthi r th
via. that an)
. i La- been col ol
in.ii offem.....
nil. ng moral tui
iin ha i..
-ii
,
gain .1 :., ., crlml
f..i.- ih. Qran i J
ih,- employee
in, -i thai i he h. h
oi continued will
au. h
be granted, provl
-.ii i mi.....
r all rlghi
. ,,. rlod ..f adj
I,.i.,i, furthec, thai
may have ihe hi
ii,.n i......c.i at an)
ii..in ,- in .i i li
- naa willfullj
through culpable
guilt) "f brutal t)
inmate >.i prlaoni
t.iti,in or to a peraon .
uti hai wUlfuIlj
ih. provlalona of th.
I..IU III Itlllc
i. i hai he ii guiin
I.....mini; to an ciii-
of N.nih Ml.......I.
tfl h.i- violated
r.a-onal.....fflcial
.I.-i in failed to Ob. ;, .

,1,1 or Illlle.l o....... -in
leaaonal.le direction id" "'"*k,
b, hi- auparu.r. "
tmn or f.illui > i....."
an act of Inaubordlnai
i.u- liiea.h of prop,
reaulle.l, or raaaunabl) ,-, ,
.1 to reault. In
... the Clt) ..i to .Sif"
ih.- Prtaoaera ol
or
... off, hln cndii. i I. kJ "UH
upon the Clt) h
h; or ... ,i
|| i haa c.nti I
.1 .ii
in naa conn...... r i
h. e
which In ..
plovre for prope.
dutlea ,.f lb.- |m
ni haa been gullt-
amounl lo
:,mount lo in.ni.
graceful ......lu I
i, ,i ..,1 ,iut\. or off. i.
n baa i.e.n
. oiiilu. i or Uingiiati'
..i Clt)
.
n. i

fi
.n> haa m.i ,', .
I., r ol Ihe Clt) I'o
:. |.ro|
,pproprlatlon
lug Ihe

than a :
Coun. II


in
i ii i- Inoomp. '
efficient in Ih'
I III *
i la caraeaae tM """


)AY, JANUARY 29, 1954
-JewlsMcrkUan
PAGE 11 B
LEGAL NOTICt
LEGAL NOTICE
,., of the City of North Miami
Sill!, "failed lo pa or make rea-
IU1IB for future pay-
r" ,i lu-l debt a, thereby causing
r". ,,. to I lie employer or acan-
['!'',',. -,.. "''"> ,
f1 ,.,.i threatened, or at-
ILJSfto i'"l"";".l""u,;m-e...n
'":i'-:::;r''"-ha
leaven <>f ai>-
fcll I''
Hi
age i
, be. n
Hdfini
l,ai... ter <>f work, or re-
. inatlon grade, or
I. or In any manner
. tied In assessing,
,.Meeting any money
,i ..i employee ln_ the
.... iillUt*' "* cii.|''V". >
fit) of North Miami
"'!, (,ir the purpose of nwkniif a
, ,,ii!.ii.' offlost. or
I nduced, has Indued.
%,. ,ii.ii.i'te.1 to Induce.
in the service of the
In1 '
Li .hi
I'l"'
\.>i "i !
holed Ii
In- I"
|
it for '
I
.
induce, an offl-
^Xoiih Miami Boa oil to son}-
il a. i, or to act In
, ,,i lawful and reasonable
Jjrtmental or official regulations
.Trier- ui has taken any fee. gift.
,,.|.',' valurfble thing In the
,.,. ..i his or her work or In con-
n.,11 Hi ii 'or his or her per-
U-, from any cltlsen, when
on Is maile with the
r v.... taiion of receiving a
ttei treatment than la ac-
. it izotis: or
tlonall) falsified a
i failed to report ab-
ilutv to superior*, or.
{.... nt, It i. found that
in...I.- a false stnte-
rM | i illcal Ion for employ-
absent from duty
has foiled t.. re-
he Line of lib-
,-d, ..r aftel .i.l
been -11pprot -
: .in. ii.-d if said
. i report
i may i>e dls-
. in|iUi .-.- i .instated
ei poaltlon unleaa
In .ii rilled from
ler, III Which CSSO
I ti anil
i < plac-
. in the
statement;
towards euper-
i |iloJ ., i rltlelz-
nnd |>oil. is. an I reran with the
f employees anil
. n. y of the public
I
ed a surety bond
I a | il.i111 I |..:i
}
.in: N .Hi nc contained In any
.II Interfere with
i or the Mayor,
id, Chiefs of ro-
il tincnts. or a cltl-
..gaiust any em-
nunda which he con-
Idem Justifiable i
Ei Appeal to Board: When any
b classified Service
plvll service atatua,
h..- be. n.leil, reduced In
Ik. or dlair .....I, appeaia to the
Ira \i i.-! must be made In
print: within fifteen (16) days from
ui -lie receives notice of
(pen-i..... red i. timi or dlamlaaal, and
i Hoard in tli, next regular meetlnK
I He to hear auch Ap-
I Tin .- nark ilate ahall deter-
i ..llipll.ince With
.if.it, in ,n,.i| fifteen (15) daya
'....gnlxlng the dls-
of the admlnlstra-
I at ail times to
n hip between the
I ... shall make its
" In writ Iiik to the
di ration, who ahall
ifftrmlng, reversing,
I i Ipllnari action of
n tot
i Appeal proceeding: Written
ti i.l the Board to
Mi...... .mil City
head of the Da-
I Inn and putee '
i t dings
i- la compatible
in ..f Justice. The
he 1.....ml by I. Hal
ot Proof: The Hoard will.
ill I. to auch poraon
' and s.....
' him or her. The
' hi el hi,'lice Upon
,, |>l fi. aliens as filed
Lit.-lor of the Do-
ll amendment of
.....lid chances or spe-
"ill he considered by the
LEGAL NOTICE

I I i of shall be aa fol-
l The
lor of the Department
ill "resent his
;;" oi ,h.. ,ianc,esv'dl
I'm as "he may wish
defenae. Th
. -llant shall then pro-
i.ay wish
I>lrectr
' raaj offer rebut-
and the Board at Ita
?",!!"" if hear arguments.
. -l"ii of evidence shall
L .1 l.i the rules applied b]
[ -il.e Kulea ami Reau-
M) TI.
ahall be dlerjualifled from taking any
examination for at least two (2) veara
t i.ic.ii.r unless In the judgment f
^"*l.d ,he !*M '"''IK'- 'll not
affect the employees usefulness In
some other occupation.
(9) Physical Incapacitation: When
an employee becomes physically In-
capacitated for the p.-i forma lie of the
duties of a position, the hue. tor .if
the Department may, at the i.quest
of said employee and with the conaent
of the Hoard, transfer nld empioyei
to a vacant imisiiIoh in t|. HnM ,
loner level within the employee'a ,u-
IMtblllttea.
(10) Reduction in Pay or Poaition:
Hearings on appeal from employeea
rodUOOd In pay or position, laid off,
or suspended by the Department head,
shall be conducted Kenerally In Hie
same manner as healings on appeal
from orders of discharge.
(11) Diamiasal of Probationary Em-
ployee in an Entrance Poaition:
Whenever it bnoofnai necessary for
the Director of a Department to
recommend dismissal of a probation-
ary employee in an entrance position,
a report of the charges together with
the proceedings of the hearing held
before the said Director, shall be
forwarded to the Hoard for filing with
the service record of said employee
(12) Resignation: Any employee In
the classified sen ice who desires In
resign ahall do so In writing to the
h-ail of the Department In which he
or she is employed. The Department
head shall thereupon report auch
raawnation to the Civil Service Board
An employe wh,, resigns, relinquishes
all rights recognised under Civil Berv-
i. atatua.
The CIVll S.rvi.e Board shall also
hale th,- rlffht to remove or reduce
.mi official ui smployea in the Classi-
fied Wei vi, ui".n u i Itten chai
on-, i.niliii I pi,-ten d In am ell K
hut only afi.r i, a -mi .hie not ice to
i anil full In .n Ini I
be th-- ,iiiii of the Board to fix n
minimum standard ol i induct and sf-
flciencj for each grade in the service,
sjid w ii,-, ver it ah .n ttn the
reports of efficlenc) made ti
Board for a period ,,f three months
that the condui i and of sny
employee has fallen^beloa this mini-
mum, that employee shall be called
before the Board to show cause arhj
in- should not be removed, and if.
upon hearmir. nn reason i- shown
satisfactory lo the Board, he shall i
rein.iieil. suspended or reduced In
grade, as the Hoard shall determine.
Section 8 CIVIL SERVICE BOARD:
STATUS OF PRESENT EMPLOY-
EES IN CLASSIFIED SERVICE: All
persons In the employ of the i'lt>
holding positions In the Classified
Sen ice at the time this Charter takes
effect, shall, unless their position be
abolished, retain same until discharg-
ed, reduced, promoted, or transferred,
in accordance herewith.
Section 9. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD:
CONDITIONS FOR PAYMENT OF
SALARIES IN CLASSIFIED SERV-
ICE: That the Treasurer or other
public disbursing officer shall not pay
any salaiy or compensation for serv-
ice to any person holding a posit inn in
the Classified Service unless the pay-
roll or account for such salary or coin
p. n.-...t|..n shall hear the certificate of
the Board, or Its secretary that the
liersona named therein have been ap-
pointed or e_piptoyed and are perform-
iug service In accordance with the
provisions of this Charter and of the
rules promulgated by the Hoard.
Section 10. CIVIL SERVICE
BOARD; POWERS OF SUBPOENA;
OATHS. PRODUCTION OF REC-
ORDS: In any Investigation conduct-
ed by the Hoard if shall have the
power to subpoena and require the at-
tendance of wltneosei and the pro-
duction therebj of hooks and papen
pertinent to the Investigation and to
administer oaths to such w'tni
Section 11. CIVIL SERVICE
BOARD: PROHIBITIONS: PENAL-
TIES: No person In the Classified
Sen ice or seeking admission thereto
ahall I" re.In. ,1 or re-
M..vi ot in any way favori d oi
,., |M net i" iu.. "f nolll
opinion, or affiliations No officer or
smpl, >., .,r th Cltj ahall dire U) pi
Uy snllc or receive ot
ati mannei concerned in soliciting
.ylng am nt, BubarTlp-
ti..n. or contribution for any i
purpose ii h itever Mn pi n holding
| position In the Classified P
shall take part In political manage-
ment or affairs or in political cam-
paigns further than to mst bis vote
or express privnt-lv his opinion.
Section 12 C I V I L S E RVICE
BOARD; VIOLATIONS OF PROVI-
SIONS: PENALTIES: The Civil Serv-
ice Board subject to the approval of
the Council shall determine the pennl-
nee for the violation of the provisions
of this Act, and the rules promulgated
'"se'ction'lS. CIVIL SERVICE
BOARD: SALARIES OF CIVIL
SERVICE BOARD AND ITS EM-
PLOYEES: The salaries of the HI
Service Hoard and Its employees shall
he determined bv the Council and n
sufficient sum shall be PProprtated
each vear to .airy out the provisions
"Afti eiv11 wim
LEGAL NOTICE
In the Classified .Service of
the said Clti
I'D in the event the emploveee In
UM 'las.me,I .sen,,,. l,i ., niaioiin
vote consent to the establishing of ii
pension fund, then and only m that
event, win n,,. (-it> Council Inaug-
urate such a pension fund
.Jtffi!" 1S CIVIL SERVICE
board; pay plan: There ahall be
prepared bj the Civil Hervloe Board
a st.in,laid schedule of pai tor each
position in Classified Service, and sub-
mitted for approval to the Cltj Coun-
cil, and siicn plan shall take effect
when adopted hi the Council by a
majority vote. The Pay Plan adopted
ii> tin- council shall Include the mini-
mum and maximum and such inter-
mediate rates as uiai deemed de-
sirable for such class of position
Amendment to Day Schedules may be
adopteil hi the Council from time to
time, upon recommendation of the
Civil Service Board, in increasing or
decreasing each In the Clt) Budget,
the Mayor or City Council, or either,
shall not increase ..i decrease any In-
dividual salary Item, but shall act
solely with respect to class of posi-
tion Ss established in the classified
and Pay l'lan. In no event shall the
ciin, ii reduce the talarj of a class
below the minimum, or raise it above
the maximum established by the Pay
Han. except by amendment of the
Pay Plan.
Section 18. PRIORITY RATINGS
FOR VETERANS: There Shall be pre-
scribed in the rubs and t eu-ulatlons
the provision that Veterans ,,f the
Military Services ,,r the United Mates
of America ahall have added to their
1.1. (10) I", nta in am com-
petitive examinations for the purpose
of senlorlt] rating
Section 17. DEPARTMENT HEADS:
CIVIL SERVICE STATUS: An pel
son or pet-on- holding Civil Service
ratings, having been appointed to the
ITnclasa fit d Sei \ It > u h aa Chief of
police or Kite Departments, shad
upon removal, revert t. his former
provided, however, thai should
said i, iii.n .ii i. i, r v nlationa
out in Section 7. timi he sin,II bi sub-
V t to ii,-. Ipllna i .'I eel out in
I -ii,lei Its recom-
the Appel-
ination before Appesl: The
ii Department head of
I a" employee sus-
rank, or fUmlsaed,
....." the part of the
i-i,l,r,,l a with-
ret
with-
1 it of the dlsmls-
' ii HI the ;
I
MPMT PI AN' RE" lcF FUNO: IN-
IIBANCF PLAN' Afc'PTANCF OF
MONEVCORPOPFRTV FOR SUCH
FUND: ADMINISTRATION OF
LEGAL NOTICE
i and th. sepai
unearned hall
il on and the
,,f ....."" I" me person
" and a nota-
..... the cop) ,.f th,-
. JO ,h, ,.ff,.,t that
rilin n pursuant to
[ t'on of Article V
artie. ,o Appear:
"I "ball fall to a-
l for the hearing.
hear the evidence
;'-,t thereon. If the
'II fall to appear.
offered In sup
V r.,|,., .,'... |he Hoard
I default or
' by the re-
,,, render Judgment
llfv I ',', llo'',r<1 "hall forth-
"'l-artment head and
t tWtOu.ni'i1 f.....' decision
W- Any *' ''. A'on for Beappeint-
tnltcon.t who Is dismissed
^L' ^.''eHnquency, or who
FVaN)The Cltv Con. il -hall eatah-
ll.h n fund or fuels 'Ol th* elle' or
Len-lon of oer-.ns ,
t the en m
oevi-es. I..-......at '" ;;V;
for the I.......fit Of -">. '.....I or f" -
,' II t
mn'"- tl............ '7,h">
....nditlons I
make rules v- < ".....
i.|ti,',e"ent
' -" ii '.....' ;
|,l The I'l'i '
he'I '


,o tve em..'o>-s f( ^
o.rv s.,..i Bi c( i
ARTICLE VI
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
Section i. Department of Pins.....,
Al TIVATII IN
I, i dr.-. i.,r of i- Inan.
Appolntmi hi
:: i >it ei i,ii of Finance;
Qualification!
4. iiirc.t,it oi Finance;
Salary
.'. Director Of Finance;
Surety itond
6. Director of finance;
powers and Duties
7. Work programs; Allot-
ments
8. Allotments constitute
basis of expenditures and
are subject to Revision
9. Transfers of appropria-
tions
10. Accounting Supervision
and Control
II. When contra,'ts and
expenditures prohibited
12. Appropriations lapse at
end of year
It. Fees shall be paid to City
Government
14. Division of Purchases
15. Competitive Bidding
IS. Contracts for City
Improvements
IT. Accounting Control of
Purchases
18. No Contract executed until
Bond Ordinance effective
19. Emergency A mil opi la-
in.ns
20. Borrowing to meet
em,-' gent i Appropriations
21. Borrowing In anticipation
of Property Tgjcea
21. Borrowing in Anticipation
of othet revenue
;n. Notes redeemable prior
to Maturity
24. Sale of Notes; Report of
Sale
JS Payment of Notes
Section I. DEPARTMENT OF FI-
NANCE; ACTIVATION: Scions I
through .; of this Article, -hall
dormant until such lime as they re
activated bj the majority vote "f the
citv Council, ami approved bj the
Mayor and until such time a- these
I He,I. (he Mn ) or and
the citv Council, acting in conjunc-
tion "I'll Bach otll-T. shall effectuate
the provisions of this Article.
Section 2. DIRECTOR OF FI-
NANCE: APPOINTMENT: There
shall be a Department of Finance.
the load of which ahall be the Direc-
tor of Finance, and who shall be, or
be appointed by the Mayor,
Section 3. DIRECTOR OF FI-
NANCE : QUALIFICATIONS: The Di-
re, tor of Pittance shall have knowl-
edge of municipal accounting and tax-
ation and shall have hair experience
in budgeting and flmmitl control.
Section 4. DIRECTOR OF FI-
NANCE) SALARY: The Director of
Finance shall receive an annual salary
,,f fflved bv Council) which amount
mac be changed bv Ordinance.
Section 5. DIRECTOR OF F -
NANCE: SURETY BONO: The Di-
rector Of Finance shall provide a bond
ii 111. auch sutctv and In such amount
as the Council may require by Orrtl-
"s'er'.ion DIRECTOR OF tb
NANC.F.: POWERS AND DUTIES:
The Director of Finance shall hsve
o| ti.. administration of the
rinancl d affairs of the Its and to
i.l he shall have the authority
.,, t hpll he required lo;
, i ornnlle the t urrent expense
,,, p.i || i budgel for the
c.......lie Ihi I ,:mates
f,,,. .p.. Rudest for Mavor
f, ) Supervise and be responsible
for I' "' "f ''"
ivei 'H etx ndi-
Irel appro-
,|..ns are not led
nnntlae
>, ntem '"' "'' Clti 'it and
,,r Its ..'flees, ,' II i m, nts and
books for tm'l eaer-
fll budgetajn .....irol nv-
each offl. depart menl and
Scenev; keen separate soeounta for
the Items if .......a,r|atlon confsln-
,.,l i,, the Cltv Budget, each of which
accounts shall -how the amount of
the snnronelstlon. sod 'he unen-
cumbered balance reoulre re>orts
0f T,. I Hi|...rs"-nt, from
ech recelvlnv and anendlne agency
,.r ..... t'lii flovernmanl t,. )>,. made
,. i|i. or al -.ch intervals as he may
deem evnedi.
(c) Bnhmll to the rviiindl tbrnngh
i.o \#er a s,"n|i,,' ,i,',.,,.nt ,-f
nil receipts and disbursements In
sufficient del ii to show !*' exact
fl"a'
the end of each fiscal year, a com-
plete financial statement and report
.) Supervise anu be responsible
tor the assessment of all properly
with.n tne corporate lnuita ol the
clti for taxation, make all special
assessments ior the city Oovern-
meiu, prepare lag maps anu give
su.li notice ol taxes an.i special as-
seSsmeulH aa may be re,|ulred by
Ian.
tin I'ollect all taxes, special as-
sesslnelits. license lees, ami other
revenues of tne City <>i for whose
collection the city la responsible and
receive all mono) receivable by tne
City iron, tli.- siate ,,r Federal Uov-
eiuinents, or from any Court, or
It,.in any Office, Depart niclit or
AgenC] of the City.
(1) haie cuslodi of all public funds
belonging to or under the control of
the City, or any Office, Department
ot Agency of the City Government,
and deposit ail funds coming inn.
his hands In such depositories as
may be designated by resolution of
the Council, or. if no such resolu-
tion be adopted, by the Mayor, sub-
ject to the requirements of law as
to surety and the payment of Inter-
est on o,-posits, but all such Internal
shall be the property of the City
shall be accounted for and credited
to th.- proper account.
tj) Have custody of all Invest-
ments and Invested funds of the
City Government, or in possession
of such tiovcrnment in a flduciar)
capacity, and have the safekeeping
of all bonds and notes of the City
and tli.- receipt and deliver) ,,r Clt)
bonds and notes for transfer, regln-
Itation or exchange.
ik) Supervise and i.e responsible
fm the purchase, storage and dla-
ttiiuition of i supplies, materials,
equipment and other articles used
iii any Office, Department or
Agenej of the Clt) Government.
tl) Approve all proposed expendl-
unlees he ahall certlf) thai
there i- an Unencumbered balance of
appropriation and available funds,
no .. ppi opt i.t "ti .a ii '" em
ed .'Hi no ., a i t ii ahall be
made I
Section 7. WORK PROGRAMS:
allotments: Before the begin b>
nlng of the budgel year, the head of
each Office, department or Agenc)
shall -uiiiiiii to tin Mayor, when re-
quired bj him. work program for
the year, which program shall
th,- i equesti d allotments the ap-
propriations for such Office, Depart-
ment or Agency, by monthly periods.
f,,r the enure budgel year. The Mayoi
shall review the re.iucHle.l allotments
In the light of the work program ol
the office, Department ,,r Agenej
concerned, and may revise, alter "i
change such allotments before approv-
ing same. The aggregate of such
allotments shall not exceed the total
appropriation available to said Of-
tne. Department or Agency f,,r the
budget year.
Section 8. ALLOTMENTS CON.
STITUTE BASIS OF EXPENDI-
TURES AND ARE SUBJECT TO RE-
VISION: The Mayor shall file a copy
of the allotments with the Director
of Finance, who shall authorise all
expenditures for the Office, Depart-
ment or Agencies to be made from
the appropriations on the basis of
approved allotments and not other-
wise An approved allotment maj be
revised during the budget year In the
same mannei as the original allot-
ment was made. If. at any time dur-
ing the budget year, the Mayor shall
ascertain that the available Income,
plus balances, for the year will be
less than th.- total appropriations, be
shall reconsider the work programs
and allotments of the several offices.
Departments and Agencies and revise
the allotments s,, as to forestall the
making of expenditures In excess of
the said Income.
Section 9. TRANSFERS OF AP-
PROPRIATIONS: The Mavor may, al
an> time, transfer any unencumbered
appropriation balance ,,r portion there-
of between general classifications ol
expenditures within an Office, De-
partment or Agency. At the request
of the Mayor ami within the last three
months ,,r the budgel year, the coun-
cil iiniy. by resolution, transfer an\
unencumbered appropriation balance
or portion thereof from one Office,
Department or Agenej to another No
transfer shall be made from the p-
ilions required by sub-se. tlona
(ai. lb), hi. (.ii. id. (f).(g). do and
(1) of Se, lion :!<; of Article III of this
i Charter.
Section 10. ACCOUNTING SUPER-
VISION AND CONTROL: The Direc-
tor of Finance shall have power and
shall be required to:
(a) prescribe forms of receipts.
vouchers, bills, or claims to be used
by all the Offices, Departments and
Agencies of the City Government.
tracts, orders and other d.K-uni.nt-
by which the City Government In-
curs financial obligations, having
previously ascertained that monies
has been appropriated and allotted
and will be available when the obli-
gation shall liecome due and pay-
able.
(c) Audit and approve before pay-
ment all bills. Invoices, payrolls and
other evidence! ,.f claim- demands,
in charges ngamst the City Govern-
ment and with the advice of the
linent of Law, determine the
regularity, legality nnd correctness
of such claims, demands or charges
i.ii Inspect an i audit any account*
ot.......ids ..." financial tram i
which ma) be maintained In any
Office, Department or Agency ,,f the
i if Government apart from or sub-
si.li't! lo the accounts kept In his
offl
Section 11. WHEN CONTRACTS
AND EXPENDITURES PROHIBIT-
ED: No off Department or Agency
during any budget year, expend
or ontiact to e\p,n,i an) im
Incur am liability or enter Into any
contract which bj its tarma Involves
the expenditure of money, for any
purpose, iii excess of the amounl
preprinted for that general classifi-
cation of rxpendlturea, pursuant la
thl harter Anj contract, verbal ot
written, mad,- In violation of thli
('hart-r shall be null and void. Any
officer or Bmplo).....,f the Clt) Who
shall violate this Section shall be
gulltv of a misdemeanor, and. upon
conviction thereof, shall cease to hold
his office or employment. Nothing In
this Section contained, however, shall
i Improvements to be financed
In whole or In par! bv the issuance
of bonds, nor the making of contracts
of lease, or for services for a period
I ng the budgel year In which
such contract Is made, when such
contract Is permitted by law
Section 12. APPROPRIATIONS
LAPSE AT END OF VtAR: All ap-_
the budget >ear to the extent that
they shall not have been expended
or i.i iii no! enciiinoereu.
Section 13. f-tES SHALL BE PAID
TO Cl I Y GOVERNMENT: All f. .S
received by any ofiloei or employee
shall belong to the City Government
unit shall ue paid uaily lo tne Uepail-
llienl i.l I it... in e
Section 14. DIVISION OF PUR-
CHAoto: There snail entabiisn. I
in the Department of Finance a in i-
t ,..ii oi i ui en..sc.s, tne head of wni'-li
shall be tin- Clt) I'uichasing Agent
The Parcnasing Agent pursuant to
rules ami regulations established by
Ordinance, snail contract for. pur-
cnase, store and u.sl.iuute all sup-
pi,,-, materials and equipment re-
,piiicl by any Office, Department or
Agency of tne ( i.y i ,ove. nmeiit. The
enchasing Agent shall aiso have pow-
er and shall be required to:
(a) l.stablisn a.,i enfuroe specifi-
cations with respect to supplies, ma-
terials and equipment required by
the City liovet nmeni.
(b) Inspect or supervise the In-
spection of all deliveries of sup-
plies, materials and equipment, and
determine their quality, quantity
ami conformance with specif fca-
tlollS.
(, I 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 surplus, obsolete or unused sup-
plles, material and equipment,
Section IS. COMPETITIVE BID-
DING: Before the City Purchasing
Agent makes an) purchase or, oi con-
tract lot supplies, materials or quip-
iti, ui. he snail git ample opportunity
for competitive bidding, tor it.-ins over
One Hun,lied (elOO.OO) Dollars, under
such rules and regulations, and With
such exceptions, as the Council may
iin.-, rlbe by ordinance; pro> i
>i,.w, i,r. thai the 'iouncll shall n
ex. i't lndl\ .iiu i "iin ai '-. purchai i
or sales from the requirement "f corn-
Section 16. CONTRACTS FOR CITY
IMPROVEMENTS: An) Cltj Im-
more than
thou.-.ui,i (11,000.00) dollars shall be
i ted b) '..nt tad exi pt het a
ii Improvement Is authorized i.v
the Council to be eaecuted directly
in a Clt) Department in conformity
With detailed plan-. I '' if Ii a I i"tis a 11.1
estimates. All such contracts f"t more
than ..ne thousand lll.oo......i doll
shall be awarded to the lowest respon-
sible bidder after such public not a
and competition as may be prescribed
I.! ordinance, provided the Mayor
hall have the power to reject all bids
ami adveltisi again. Altel atlons In
am contract may be made when
authorised by the council upon the
written recommendations of the
Section 17. ACCOUNTING CON-
TROL OF PURCHASES: All purchas-
es made and contra, t- executed by
the purchasing agent shall be pursu-
ant to a written requisition from the
head of the Office, Department or
Agency whose appropriation will be
charged, and no contract or order
shall be issued to any vendor unless
and until the Director of Finance
certifies that there is to the credit of
such office. Department or Agen.-v
a sufficient unencumbered appropria-
tion balance to pay for the supplies.
materials, equipment or contractual
services for which the contract or or-
der is to be issued.
Section It. NO CONTRACT EXE-
CUTED UNTIL BOND ORDINANCE
EFFECTIVE: No contract shall be
. xecuted for the acquisition of any
property or the construction of any
improvement or betterment to be fi-
nanced bv the issuance of bonds until
the ordinance authorizing the Issu-
ance Of such bonds shall have taken
fleet and any contract executed be-
fore such It'' shall be unenfor, tide in
ui! court of law
Section 19. EMERGENCY APPRO-
PRIATIONS: At an) time In any
budget year, the Council may, pursu-
ant to this Section, make emergency
approp. i,,lion- to meet a pressing
... ed for public spend ture, for othi
than a regular "i recurring rein
men,, to protect the public health.
. and 'in Buch appt "I
lion ah ill be b) n sol il Ion adopti a
in the favorable votes ..f st least
font-fifths (4/5) of the members '
the Council, and shall be '" UiC Onl
upon recommendation of the Mayor.
Th,- total amount* of all emergency
appropriations made in any budget
yeai shall not exceed three per cen-
tum (J1*) of the total operating ap-
propriations made in the budget for
that vear
Section JO. BORROWING TO MEET
EMERGENCY APPROPRIATIONS:
In the absent.....f unappropriated
available revenues to meet emergency
appropriations under the provisions
Of Section ID. the Council may, by
resolution, authorise the Issuance of
notes, each of which shall be deslg-
l "Kmergency Note", and may
be renewed from time to time, but
all auch notes ,.f any fiscal year and
anv renewals thereof shall he paid
not later than the last day of the
fiscal vear next succeeding the bud-
get vear In which the emergency ap-
prlntlon was made
Section 21. BORROWING IN AN*
TICIPATION OF PROPERTY TAX-
E8: In anv lodge! vear. In anticipa-
tion of the collection of the property
tax for such year, whether levied or
I., !,,. hi ied "i SUCh year, the Council
by resolution, authorize the bor-
row ui" of mono) i.v the Issuance of
nee.,liable notes of the city, each of
which shall be designated Tax An-
tlOII Notes f .1 Die Year ."
(stating the budget year!. Buch notes
ma) i......sued for periods nol exceed-
ing .ui" *' ir a'. I iivi be renewed
from time to Ueae for periods not
,i r. but together wit h
renewals shall mature ii"l be paid
nol l.ter than the end ol tha third fin-
after the budget vear In
the icM.al notes shall have
been ".....I The amount of the tax
anUclnetlon notes originally Issued In
, *htill not exceed flftv
per centum (anq 1 of the amount of
the nronartv tax levied in that
for citv purposes, on renewal of tax
anticipation notes ,,f anv riven fiscal
year, the amount renewed In the next
""line fiscal vear s*"*" "ot exceed
twenty per centum (J0) of the
amount nelelnalle Issued, nnd the
amount renewed in the second fiscal
vesr succeeding tbe year of lew shall
not exceed four oee centum (4%) of
the amount orielnibv issued.
Section !> pnqRnwiwrt in IN-
TiriDATION OF OTHER REVE-
NOF8: 'n ny bodeei vear. In antici-
pation of the collection or receipt of
other revenues of that budget year,
the Council mm', hv resolution, att-
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ARTICLE VII
PLANNING. ZONING. HOUSING
SLUM CLEARANCE AND
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Planning Com mi
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1 PLANNING COMMIS
ORGANIZATION: Then shall
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Section 2. PLANNING COMMIS-
SION: TERM OF OFFICE; VACAN-
S*c tion
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with the principal
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Secfon 7. THE MASTER PLAN:
T M.i- ler Plan I i
il Hi. city, with thi
. onipn des-
in Htti aimII
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Se.tion i. ADOPTION OF THE
MASTER PLAN; Thi I
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.....i ownem ol I.ni'l
't,.. future
,1. lli.' put I
. \ iniMlIf lea lion of such
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lannlng Hoai 'i and heth-
. lij ii. or .it ii anppi ot ed,
i roved by a favo le of Ihe
ii ( .i plat
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Section 14. OFFICIAL MAP; The
ouii i.. ordinance
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In ited on plai a adopted
1' | "in. il in .,,.' ,1 in.,. with ilu'
pi .\ talons "' s.,'.: i ,,f mis
I.- hi tin- time oi tiie eatabllah-
nf the man
All Klreeti .. ireei
loi nled on i.....I in .....i ii. i |.i.i' ol
ppro-i .I bj ] .in
n :i tv. time nf 1 he
cut oft v u '| hi
null the (.ifflclal
M". slinll inn ,,i md i ; rH on
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I'laci i linn .. the
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Section 15. MODIFICATION OF
OFFICIAL MAP: .,
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in Hi.- beginning of Ihe budget )
i li-i of recommended capital Ini-
provementa which, In the opinion of
(In- i nmm alon nre neceaaarv or
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the fm Hi, online.
Bach lisc aha I) i
or preferem with re.
n- to which projects
nati in i^ii dui ina;
Klx-.rear period
nrranged in order
immendatlnna.
hall I.......i-
atreei or othei piihlii
public
bulldii
ilmllarl) overruled bs thi I
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in a n
Plan
slum
erructed in which yeai
underatandlni ,.{ the Mum.,
: inl of planning, lonlnc and
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(h) Meet nol leaa than once each
month iinii keep n public record ol
n.1ir'.t'|i"n"'""""' fi,"li'""' ""'I deter.
?Si S^SfiJg?S,,AU- HAVB
la) Require Information which
snail he furnished within a reaaon-
niii.. time from other De.....tmenta
or tn. i in Government in relation
in n work.
;>ii Within Its budget apnroprla-
llon. contra i with Cltj Planners
:,'1"1 Jltanta for sui h mi -
i a* it inn. r..... ,'.' R.....: -' additional aaatstance
''.',' -'':;'i urvi work of the I
'lT "'"' ," -......on .
':' '...... ''"! I..- ..r ni.-
staff, of any Administrative Hh.
such Depart-
men lo make apt I atudlei ri
no. ited by the Commlaalon.
'*'' in Hi. perfoi mance ..f its func-
tlona. enter upon anv land and make
examination ami surveya ami place
nn.i maintain neceaea'ry monumenta
nnd marks therein.
le) Make and adopt plans for the
The failure of Ihe Hoard to act will
tin.i.v CM days aftei ihe dale ..f ,..
official Bubmisslon to the Board -h.ll
be deemed approved, unlesa
period be granted b, the Com
the submitting Official
Section 10. PLATTING OR SUB
DIV.SION CONTROL: Tile Plaining
Board shall be the plattine Hoard .5
theI City and, a. auch. shall tave the
control of in.- platting .>r aubdlvlalon
of land within the City: pro
n U ",' I V"i "",''. !"""l Kail ,!,
apply in bind outalde the r\t\ ovei
which putting and lubdlvl.lon
hi reposed b) law In some authority
other than this fliv or i,v of S
Offices, Departmenti or Agencli.
"""MIvIsIobK means ,.. dlvffion'of
a lot, iiai-i or parcel of ami into two
n. iTi",'"", Hea or other alvlaton
[ ': '"' ,""' ; whether
m.;iiMi:; ...n,,,,,., ,lH 1,1;!,;i;
-iS^ST REGULATIONS GOV
ERNING SUBDIVISION OF LAND
In exerclalng the powen ar.m",iTI
It b) Section :: ot thla x,, ... ',.:
Planning Board shall adon reguia'
Jlona governing tho aubdlvlalon
land within Its jurisdiction 81
reguatlona may provide for the in,
monloua dvlapmea| of the Cliy and
Its enMrona. for th...... nrdlnatkjn "
. and other waya within ii,
subd vided land with other exUtlni
or planned streets and w:.v ,," "*
conformance to the Muster P|n or Of.
flclal Map, for adequate open apace,.
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kection 19. ZONING ORDINANCES:
I".., I lie purpose ol priiinntlng the
health, aafi >. morale general ud-
rure of Hi. City, the Council, by ordi-
nal,. legulate Ihe loratton, helghi.
hulk and alie of liuilillngy and other
atructtirca, the sixe of yard, courta.
anil othei o|ien a|*aces, the density of
populntlon ami Ihe uses of buildings,
atructiires, and land fm trade, Indua-
try, business, residence or other pur-
Imaea Such ordinancea ma) piuxl.ie
thai lh. Zoning Hoard of Appeals may,
m appropriate caas and lubjaol i"
appropriate prlnclplea, itandarOB, rules
condition* and aufeguarda set forth
in ih. indlnance, m.ike ypei-lal e\. .-p
liona t'> Ihe terms of the xuning regu-
harmon) with their general
purpose and Intent. Such ordJtiaJMexi
ma) proxlile thai the xuning Hoard of
Appeal llhorlae \.,,iainea frmn
the Mini application of Ihe reguln-
liona in auch aituatloni and aubjact
in mi. h limitatloni aa may be aet
f.n Hi in the i ii dlnani
Section 20 POWERS OF COUNCIL
IN SLUM CLEARANCE AND REHA-
BILITATION OF BLIGHTED AR-
EAS: lh. Council max adopt, 11,..,Illy
and rit) uul plane propoaed by ihe
... Hoard i"i i I. niajti "f alum
dlatrlcU and rehabilitation of blighted
areas within I hi Cll) and, fur the ar-
compliahmeeil ol this purpoag, mny
arxpiiie i,. |.....base ,., condemi
all piual.K .nineil land, bultdlnKI
and othei real propvrl) Intereata wilh-
In Ihe lilati let may l. loi '
rein,'.ii... I,nil.I ami improve Ihe alreela
thei p'lbli, ,,p. i, spa.. s provided
for lii (lie plan, max maintain, over-
all, leas, u, sell sanI liiiililingy or any
u, i srll.tke land, or any
iHin ilni.ui. .Iehtnaieil T-ir liulldlna-
iii I (olvat. -.pin 4>.(.k up,,n MiKh
lei ni ami cotldMlan* ami si>li)ct to
in i instiieiltiim as ba I,adding wta-s
,mi open space,. .,- hiii substantial!)
ii i) oul an I affei i ihe Plan.
Section 21. PLANS FOR SLUM
CLEARANCE: .\n\ plan fur slum
< luda tin defining of
he bound..... ..f the district recoen-
i- eleared the propoaed
| "i- "i relo. .,!;..it of exiat-
ireets and othei public open
* ithln the area, the U> atlon
and e, ncral lyp, harai ler, bulk.
uai "I thi : u bulldlnyi
permitted within the
Ihe I'" atlon nf i'ii-
proposed ai pai 1 of
" i'"i ihe reduction of de-
I vice, the promotion of
I'ubll ..in, ,i ,. promotion of food
. tion ..r ii. .
ol i.ini and propert)
in,i ii,.. dexelopmenl
lh, fit) in i
- i Planning, ihe le u
i thi exi .....f the
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ll -' on tO nl Mils
i" i.i -I to be a
.n I ,, pl,l..
Section 22. BLIGHTED AREAS:
Nl lat ion of Might-
he Cll) ahull ll
Ion and boun-
.....i.......nded t" be
ll. ol new or
"' ex.-l ,. .., ta .....I
paci 'i,in the
: type
' and uae of the
'.. lad M p.'l-
n hnliiiiiated area,
: of oi,.....Ildirurs to
""i and ihe location of
' apacei piopomd aa g part
"i ih.- plan
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h. owing I" Ihe obsi.les-
ind haracter ..f the
" the existing dlvlalon
,' : lots ami ownerships
ireel and other "pen
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the mixed character and use. of the
l.n Idlnga, or other factor, and cauwa.
depredated with c.nae-
n '.'"*. "r "KMrnatb.n Of .level-
n ,.,'V ''"'""" and loa. t........-
' \ U nd taxahle values.
and Hhere ., reatoratlon of the
!;''" of .he area .nd It. at
al.l
Pie VMlues.
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''"" I" Ihe economic
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which the pa;,,., ;
li:,i -, ,.,. ... Illt#-rm* fcU.ll
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dition. ,o twern [,"' '- and con-
"ni, etruc-
.-.; -; hnusing pro,,
ad or .". I'H ."v '""""'"t on-
PropVrt) LTh'rliT' v A"
f >). ooth teal and peraonaL >c.
Sect.on 25 AP,>nov.. ,
NINO CON *L<*
and no I
then
unlesf i hi
Millie.I to '
.hi.I approved
provided, how, L
auch '''inn
in., "i It) mi,
have powi
provnl.
Section 26 POWERS OF i
IN REPLANNI.-.G AND rfo
OPMENT OF NEi&HBO?*
AND DISASTER AREAS Ttal
cll ahall h.i\ I ,.r |
lain pn
the Planning Commission
planning. Impr,
mint of nelghls.ihiNHla and I
r.-pi.ilining, r.-. on
ipiiicnt of anj m rtntrWI,
max haxe I..-, n Iroyed all
In part hx dl
Section 17. NEIGHBORHOOD]
PLANNING AND REDEVI
MENT: An) plan ifled >.-- ihel
ning Comnns-.. ;..- (dH >pagL
liniirovement and 'I.\.i,.ptvm1
iielghborhiHid. l.'ir.iyf
tion and bound.,* ea of th
hood, and ma< Im i '
new or Ihe vacating, .-xiMidsn'l
enlng. narrowim: ur
latlng ttreeta < other PuMbf
Hiacen. the reconditlonlaffefefl
lugs, the local i
location of pa t- |.l;i>fi
other public lei rt itloaaj
nelghlxirhiHiil plai ng and
Ing, location of
strictions, gonina iniendmeajl
other type of rhai ind nng
of nelghhorhis"!'- md the tie
Ihe powers ii. led In
therewith in Reel on .'6 ,.ftMii
are herein n, lo ba ;
purpose and a public uw.
Section 28. DISASTER AREA
plan drafted b) lbs 1'Linmag 1
iiiis-i..ii foi 11 planalajQ
strin-llon ni' reili imirBl
area daalroyed In h,
artouel) damaged l I
flood or othei ill tl
Jecl lu fkioda. -li.
Wig of the lot .,i :..ii and 1
the area or dial
l.e eplnillleil
developed Hinl in.. prm-ftM
localhiu of new ot [im r,
l< n-lon M x, n
or other publn open spg
tion and general txpe, h.iraeMS
height, ami ii'- i 111
U -h*** eree%cd wr peijniitefl '
HtrM. 4hi>'rvun.iii......ng vt,m
INKS) t*> ie. I< umi'l 'lleili 'tttj
reluanlJoSi and .m. ni uf
KiMuinia an,l oihei j'.ildi,
facllltlee. Ihe !< 'h.i nf uiilB
the btilbliim '
regulations amI in tlier trp*4
vision relating to thi
rebuil'Hna. m on Itoa
ment of the ai.
planning, rebuili
le,leX 'olpllli I '
tiict and the \.
Srsnl.-d. in "i. ''i ,f"n .
ectloai 2f of il I
.....i.i'a) to pun"#i
plliille Use ,__ ^
Section 29. PROCEDURE.,
ADOPTION OF PLANS BV
CILi l^s". i. elp'
anv |dati for s
tatl.Hj ut bill
Mi'ik-lilaaliiiol '
opratwi or niinall n a)
e.irdii-e a nli '
In t/iln Chai li
uf Hie llllle .....
Ihe I.I.1II will '
pasnage *hgll -
i owners I.'
Inra Hiclmled
in. I. All) .......,;
shall tx-foie I"
the |.lannin Ci
vrd, I''

ni n
pit.
PI
,1 b)

proa
of Its meinl
ARTICLE VIM
NOMINATIONS AND a*"
\i in
'.'
i i
K'
'-
Preps '
Couni
I
:ic*
..(
for
7.
8.
.
10.
11.
Che. king ih'IW"
pi,i supsrrhf"
I,.III .11'II .
V.....n.les '"
ilinen'
It
Section
TION*: All fit)
hol.l office by l,l,,l".u,tl
duly held under ..mi !?'*!
law, of the Slat;; .. ^'"^
nancea of the CH) ,
I leach, from affd '''''.. \J
which Ibis Cha.lcr^ sh.>n
shall be. and are herroi
Coiinclh;
vlrti
and
iincllmen-nl-li'rxe ,f ,m
I'he Mayor who n.. hrfj I
tu. of an ele, '"I ^JSU
of Jelorida and
iler Ihe 'I
ml *_
from and after ,n,'_;'*'1!!,.
.-harter ahall "',''r.n-
hold such Office and se
Mavor up to and in.ia
!* ..i.r clectla%d
The first regular
this Charter. f..i '
Tax x i ,mC^Q
and -hall "P,r',h.reafter,
provided, that Ihereai


, JANUAR
V29. 1954
+Je*lstnrrirhnr,
PAGE 13 B
LEGAL
NOTICE
Pflrttoi. ii lhta rh'""
LEGAL NOTtCB
LEGAL NOTICE
, ,.r the elective
, ,1, Mliinil
,1 ,| i,i have In-, n
bull i" '" ..in... ku
j> such majority of
f hv ., i .|- that pnrtlo-
,ii ih.n- arc more
' "',', n'n f Hi'
.."'"'. ,| ...n.H.la'.- re-
I""'- ', !.,, -hall I"' deemed
f- m"J.'.'-,| ,'herwlse, with-
I'"'";:; ,,,,- from saw ij-
?" |,o .i run-off between
P'nl receiving th. tWO
I""".11' .; and the one
r"'.".iv Hie highest mim-
. run-off election
I hav. I-,, duly
ji offli '.
, QUALIFIED ELECTORS:
C, i ii l one who In
P of .it..... pvtr.
BfVh. i N",Ui M''""
F |.....h ami duly regls-
[ ,al RtMjM
f,...i. ..' i dlsenfrnaiihisngi
["'.''districts: election
TnCILMEN I" the purposes
iZ ceil I I he Councilmen pi
1 .ml BMA, the
ih Miami Beach shall
J ,i Districts. The
{ | District* xhall be
HCT I:
., ,i .- ilhweat corner of
1 ., Township '- HoutK
V'"|,i-: I" Northerly along
" I,,', iin Hhovementloned
,.: i.oundnry JJ"e of
'.,i, thlii hjihI taai
i. thence Westerly
iu.'<.ii: me "i gee- ';J*r*
VCrnlei lm. of Dixie High-
tie"- v 'Mheaaterly along
enter I.......']U\ "' **
j- ih. n Vi.hcily along the
;,": ,:,. Uf ajcTTl-M;
d :,.. \v. -. ... of (he kyi of
Ii. i 'enter of Section
ihenci Ka i.. ly along the
,|in,-..l in. -.:' of Sec. t-if.
. ,.i Bee. f-5-41:
I ,- nli ng I he hast line
, l Hi.- Kast line of
South Hue of the
L, ,h,. m; .,i Sec. 16-52-42;
. v.. -. ng said S.nith
ii with the Kan
i.f-\\... line i Federal Hlgh-
I.Ni, i ih. ii. Southwesterly
of.Way line of
il lln.hu.. No l 154.41 feet
,r |,.-> iii .. point; thence
Mtcrl) .il ". angle of 73
to th. fl .ih the pre-
-. i more or less
..ml in .. I.n. I" feel North of
iall.1 t.. Hi. South line .if the
Ih. SE'i 'he SW'1.. of the
12; thence Eas-
.: I I., naId South line
less; thence
ilv 201.29 feel more or lean;
West!,ix parallel to and 160
i>uth "f ihe South line of the
th- NK', of the HW>, of the
..[ s.. I 12; .175.3 feet to
Ml llicht -f Way line of Fed-
luhn.iv No I, thence South-
. along Haul Right-of-way
/eel I" th- North line of the
Jof the SW, of the SW>4 of
IK', ..f Section 16-52-42; thence
lil> 204 f.-et mnre or leas to the
Dine of th. VV of the WH of
1j of See l-52-42: thence
ilv alone aul Kust line to the
line ..f the \'W, of the SWS
SE', "f Se.- 14-51-41: thence
erly akwi: .-.ml South line to
h>t line nl the SK*4 of Sec.
Ml; thence Northerly along said
line to it* intersection with
Jt Right-of-way line of the
Earn Cast Railroad; thence
ilerh along nald Kat
if-Way line to the interaec-
of the |.r..je. tion of the North
Lot Rlock 1. lllacayne
rird SnI.I i me, according to
pill thereof, leeorded In plat
. pag< i "f the public rec-
tl....l. i-o'inty, Florida; thence
Tt>- akniK nald projection and
forth line of l*,t 5, Block 1,
M ul..livlsi..n, to the Weat
-oflViiy in... f Federal High-
No. l; ill. ii.-.- Southwesterly
nli! Right-of-Way to the
line of u.t 4, Block 1, a fore-
nihdlvi,!,,,,. thence Westerly
Id South line of lot 4. and
projection Thereof to interne. -
wth the i:.,t Right-of-way line
Honda la.st Toaat Railroad:
Southu. .teriy alone aM
l-or.W|,v ,,, interaction of the
"Ion ,,f th, North line of Lot 1.
I. aforesaid subdivision;
<' l> along said projec-
RV* ^"r,n Iln" of Lot I, to
I Right-of-way line of Fed-
hav n,, ,: thence South-
fJ2L.,lon* "" we ne of
la i i.V i'" ,n ">' "oulh ne
[' il aforesaid subdlvl-
'"' Westerly along the
in. o| |,, n,wk afr...
i.r'i i'.V"," '" ,h West line
!' "l''k '. aforesaid subdlvl-
Iv. ,"i' s""lhwesterly along
.....' '"<" and 3. lilocC
iv.-ion, to the
Smi" '"' Rlo,'k 2- "fore-
I hence F.asterly
"I line of Lot 4 to
'way line of Fed-
-" I; them-e Soiith-
I West Right-of-
I- '" ,i" Hi" south line of ft B.
., f-reaald sulidlvlslon:
long said South
[Highvi.,
..llnlnT'Ui""W*t^5i,
,-mlnt -.'r, H feet, said ,.o!nt
> aVnn '".'-ss'ired North-
"im the* C. Rlht-of.w.y
IS. Anlena "',h*-l ,-.,rner of
there,, .'"" fronting to the
nV"terh
1. feet; thence
">d parallel to the
[ 'lht-of ,. .narallel
b X T':JS" nt Federal
"'-- i:. thence Westerly
along said South line 25.27 f.. In
\hi.EaMl l,nc r ,he NW1 of the
si-;.. r the NK'. f ,,,.. bWV ,',,
Section 21-..2-42; thence Southerly
a long sai.l rSaat line to the South
ii...- of the NWI, ..f the BBS .,. the
.M-.1* of the SW", of Section :'l-:."-
; thence Westerly along aaid Mouth
line to the Last line ol In si:', ,,r
the SW, of tl. NK'. ol the -A ,
..i Bectlon n-JX-42, said line being
nisi) the I'iist line ,,f i,[ ji Amen-
ded nut of it. i: McDonald Bub-
division a.-.or.linn to the plat theie-
..f i e.-i.i-iie.I in piat book ;', at i...-.-.
22 of the Public it.......is of bade
County. Florida, thence Southerly
along mid East line to the North
line of l thence Southwesterly along the
Kast line of Ixit 2S. aforesaid sub-.
division 687.4 feet to the South
line of Lot 2. aforesaid subdivision
being also the North line of the s1 .
of the S'.j of the s1, of Section II-
61-41; thence Easterly along said
North line to the Kasl line of the
S', of Hie BWU of the Si:', .,f Se, -
tlon 21-..2-42; thence Southerly along
the said Kast line to the South Iln.
..f Section ll-M-42; thence Wester!)
along said South line to the Wesl
line of Section 21-52-42; Which is
the point of Iteglnnlng.
Ilegln at a tslnt on the South line
of the NW>4 of Bectlon 15-52-42
4(hi fe.t West of the center ol Sec-
tion 15-.".2-42: then..- North,, ly and
Kirallel to the Kast line of the
W' of Sec. 15-52-42 to the South
Right-of-Way line of State Road No.
N2ii; th.nce Kastetly along -.ml
South RIght-of-Way line lull feet;
thence Southerly and parallel to the
Kast line of the N W', of Sis- :,.
52-42 to a point Ron feet North'or
the South line of the NW'4 of Sec.
l..-."i2-42: thence Knsterly and paral-
lel to the South line of the NW1,
of Sec. 15-52-42 to the West Hank
of the Oleta RIveY; thence South-
westerly and meandering with i il.-tn
River to a DOlnl on the Northwes-
terly bank of said river 40ft feet West
of the East line of the SW, of See
15-52-42; thence Northerly and par-
allel to the said Kast line of the
SW, to the South line of the NW,
of Section 15-52-42 and the point of
I., ginning.
DISTRICT 2:
liegln at the Southeast corner of
Bectlon 17. Townshlii .2 South,
Range 42 Kast. run Westerly along
the South line of said See. 17-52-42
to the West line of the BM "f the
W'/ of Sec. 17-52-42; thence North-
erly along aaid West line to th.
North line of the S', ,,f the N1, of
See. 17-52-42; thence Easterly along
said North line to the West line of
the El, of the NW, of the NK'.,
of Sec. 17-52-42; theme Northerly
along said West line and continuing
along the West line of the SK1, of
the SW, of the SK', of Section
k-52-42 to the South line of the
NW4 of the SW', of the SK', of
See. k-52-42; thence Kasterly along
the North line of the Byi of the S4
of the S4 of Section k-52-42 and
Si. H-52-42 to the East line of the
W, of Section -52-42; thence
Southerly along the Kast line of the
W'v of Section >-52-42 snd Sec. 18-
52-42 to the center of Sec. 16-52-
42; thence Southwesterly along the
center line of Dixie Highway to the
Southeast corner of Bee. 17-52-42;
which Is the point of beginning.
DISTRICT t:
Ilegln at the center of Sec. S-52-12;
thence run Southerly along the East
line of the W"4 of *tee. H-52-4* to the
South line of the Nit of the .s'a of
the SW of Sec. S-52-42. thence Wes-
terly along mid Mouth line and along
the South line of the NW of the 8-i
of the 8VJ of Sec. s-52-42 to the West
line of the SK', of Sec. k-52-4:';
thence Northerly slong ssld West
line to the South line <>f the NK1,
of the NK4 of the SW', of Sec. -
52-42; thence Westerly slong said
South Une to the West line of the
NE'i of the NE'i of the BWV of
Sec. 6-S2-42; thence Northerly along
said West line to the South line of
the NWW Of Sec. 6-52-42; thence
Westerly along aaid South line of
the West line of the KM of the SW"
of the SEW of the NWW of Sec. J-
52-42: thence Northerly along said
West line to the South line of the
NVi of the SW of the NWW of Sec
6-52-42: thence Westerly along said
South line to the West line of the
KW of the NBW of the SW>. of the
NW'4 of Section 6-52-42; thence
Northerly slong ssld West line to
the South line of the NWW of the
NWW of Section 8-52-42; thence
Westerly along said South line to
the West Une of Section k-..2-42:
thence Northerly along the West
line of Section 6-52-42 to the Sotilh
line of the NW of the NW of the
NEW of Section 7-52-42: thence
Westerly along said South line to the
West line of the NW of the .\,'i f
the NEW of SectloT. 7-62.42: hence
Northerly along said West line to
the North line of Section r--S.
thence Kasterly along the' Nlh
line of Section 7. 8 sJr*ll*
the West line of the SEW of the
SW. of the SWW of Section 4-5--
42' thence Northerly along the said
West line to the North line of the
SW of the 8>S of the SW'i "f BjC-
tlon 4-52-42: thence Basterly along
said North line to the Last Une of
the SWW of Section 4-52-42; thence
Southerly along the East line of the
SWW of Section 4-^41. &!
HWrt line of the NW', of Section
9-52 42 to the center of Section -
52-42. which Is the point of Be-
ginning.
ll'g^'.^the Nor:he,.st corner of
th. NWW of the NWW of Sect on
17-52-42. run Southerly al..n;- the
Bsi line of the WW of the \\ ', ..
Section 17-52-42 to the South line
of S.""ln ,7-52-42. thence,Wt.r-
Iv alone the South line of Se, lion
17-52-48 to the Southwest eon er of
Section 17-'.2-42. theme Northerly
along the West Une of said Button
17-52-42 to the South line of the N ,
c the NEW of the.SK' of uie
SK'. of Section li-M-42; thence
LEGAL NOTICE
Westerly slonr saui ^"'",_""KE|.
erly slons the West "*, ',ln, of
.v. nw.li and the W est lins
of the BBi nd the
Hi'-.'-. ..f the NK'. of Section 18-
;-'- i" the North ii......i Section
f-M-42; thence l-a-i.il> along the
Nor. Ii l.ii. of Section Is 52-41 and
Bectlon 11-52-41 to the Northeast
comet of Hi,- NWW oi the NWW
of bectlort 17-52-42, whl. h is Mm
point of Leg,lining.
iiegin t the Northwest corner ol
the sw, ..f Section v-.'..'-ij; thence
i an i-.asi. ii, along the Noith line "f
the SW, to tin- K.isl line of the
H '. of the Nl-:i, ,,[ the NW. of
the sw, of Section 8-52-42; thence
BOUtherl) along said Kast line to the
South line of ih, NW of the NW,
of the sw, of Bectlon 1-52-42;
thence Westerly along said South
line to the W.-si line of Section
8-52-48; then.. Northerly along aaid
West line to the Northwest cornel
of the BWW "' section s-..:-i.', and
the point of lug.lining.
DISTRICT 5:
Begin at the Southeast corner ..f the
W '* of the SI.', of the SK1, of Sec-
tion 7-52-42, i nn Westeri] slong the
South line of Bectlon '-51-42 and
the South line of Section 12-52-41
to the West line of the BEW "f the
SWW ol Section 12-52-41; thence
Northerly ..long mJ the North Hi.....i the sk1, of the
SW, of Section 12-32-41; thence
Easterly along said North line and
continuing along the North line of
the b'WW "f II"' si:', of Section 12-
52-41 to the West line of the S1, of
the NEW of Ihe SEW Of Section 12-
52-41; thence Northerly along said
W. m line to the North line of the
SW "f the NK'. ..r the si;', of Sec-
tion 12-52-U; thence Easterly along
said Ninth line to the Weal line ..f
Section 7-52-42; Iheiice Northerly
along th. West line of Section 7-52-
42 to the North line of the SWW "f
Section 7-52-42; thence Kasterly
along said North line to the Blast
Une of the SW, of Section 7-62-42;
thence Southerly along said East
Une to the North line of the 8M of
the SW, of the NW>, of the SK',
of Section 7-52-12: thence Easterly
along said North line to the Kast
line of the BW of the SW", of the
NWW of the SK', of Section 7-52-
42; thence Southerly along said East
Une to the North line of the SWW
of the SK', "f Section 7-52-42;
thence Kasterly along said North
Une to the East line of the WW of
the EW of the BEW of the Section
7-52-12; th.nce Southerly along said
Kast line to the North line of Sec-
tion 1H-52-42, which is the point of
lieglnning.
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 ,-.inducted
by the regular election authorities,
who shall ha\e power to make such
regulations not inconsistent with this
Charter or with any regulations made
by the City Council.
Section S. NOMINATIONS: Any
i|u.ilnie.l 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 sny
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 forms as are
icipiiii-d by the election officers of
tho City of North Miami Beach, and
deposit simultaneous therewith a qual-
ifying fee of 85O.0O for the candidates
for the office of Mayor, and the sum
of 825.00 for all other elective officers.
frovlded. however, that a qualifying
ee shall not be required to qualify
for anv elective offtces of temis.rary
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 shall not be deemed to be ex-
clusive, but simfily explanatory.
Section 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 as Ulrector
of the counting; employ and provide
for the training of a competent staff
of assistsnts. subject to any regula-
tion of the Council; fix a definite com-
pensation, If any. for the director and
each member of the staff which shall
not be dependent upon the length of
time consumed In the count; pre|>are
detailed regulations for the count,
which shall be Issued In advance to the
members of the counting force, to the
candidates and to their representa-
tives at the central count; and make
other suitable arrangements for all
tabulation-- of the election returns to
Insure an accurate tally. All employ-
ees for the central count shall be se-
lected subject to the direction of the
ftortlen 7. ELECTION POLLS: All
balloting for elective offices shall take
place at the City Hall In the t ity <>f
North Miami Beach, which shall be
turned Into a central counting place
referred to In Section 6 hereof, at the
close of the legal voting hours.
Section 6. CHECKING THE SfC
TURN*- As soon as Ihe polls have
closed the voting machines shall be
openod by the election officials and
In the presence of the members of the
counting force, and In the r6"nnol
the candidates ..r their duly qualified
i.prcs.ntatlv.s; tyid thereupon the
tabulations'shall commence, and shall
I*, recorded as follows: The results as
tabulated on the machines for each of
the candidates shaH be clearly an-
nounced by one of the election offi-
cials, designated for that purpose to
snother of the officials who shall
thereupon record to the credit of such
candidate the figures so announced,
and w. on. until a complete and full
tabulation of each machine shall have
been recorded. As the tabulation on
each machine shall have been I'..in-
nleled. said machine shall he locked
or sealed so that the tabulation shall
remain Intact, and shall remain In
the custody of Ihe election officials
and all such machines and records
shall be kept by the director of elec-
tions at the central counting place
until a hoard hereafter designated ss
a -Canvassing Board" which shall be
comprised of the City Clerk. Director
of Fleet Ions, and a representative of
each of the Candidates. If thev so de-
sire, shall, within two 12) days of the
election date, canvas the machines,
recheck the tshul-itlons. correct any
errors, and make final certification of
,hiUc'C. "S. "vSfatm MACMINM:
The Council shall have the power -to
p.-ovlde for the use of mechanical or
other devices for voting or counting
LEGAL NOTICE
the votes In accordance with the
prim i|>les set forth in this Chattel
TOT this purpose the Council giay
inn.iiiy the rorm of ih.- ballot, the
method of expressing choices and the
at i aiiK.-i'i.-nis for conducting the elec-
tion anil .in- count, but no change
hall be made wh.oh will alter or Im-
pair the principles of the voting or of
the counting.
Section 10. PUBLIC SUPERVISION
AND INFORMATION: At each elec-
tion of the council, any regularly
nominated candidate shall be entitled
upon written application to the elec-
tion authorities at least five (J) days
It. tol .- the election.
(.., to appoint one p.-i.-.-..n anil one
alternate to represent him as watcher
and challenger at each polling pines.
Any- person so appointed shall have
all the rights and privileges pre-
scribed by law for other watcher-
and challengers at any election In the
same place but a watcher and his
alternate shall not have the right both
to remain wltfTln the voting pl.u I ..i
the same time. Such watchers and
challengers may exorcise theii rights
at the voting places until the ballots
bine been sent to the central counting
Ida. c. but not more than one watcher
for the same candidate shall have
the right to accompany two or more
ballot boxes while they are betel
taken together.
lb) to appoint one representative
at the count In the central counting
place, who shall have full authority
to move anywhere within the central
counting place, and to Inspect all ac-
tivities of the count without Interfer-
ing therewith.
I,-1 to appoint one observer at the
central counting plane: who shall be
given facilities for keeping In 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 time when
the first ballots arrive until all bal-
lots have been plac-d In containers
and removed for safekeeping at the
end of the count.
The election authorities and the (11-
le.-tor of the count shall permit can-
didates to make substitutions for per-
sons originally appointed as watch-
era, challengers, representatives 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 present and
witnessing the ballots cast at each
flection 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 case 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 OCCtir 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-
ptrsd term. Sp.-. i..l elections shall he
held within 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 (80) days after tbe oc-
currence of the vacancy, such special
.lection need not be held, and the
officer or officers 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 Section 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
Cltv of North Miami Beach, provided,
however, that tbe City Council is
granted the power to conform ssld
statute to apply to the City of North
Miami Beach, and to enlarge or di-
minish any time requirements which
are set up in the statute
The purpose of this Section being
to provide a satisfactory 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 87 through 106
of the Florida Statutea, 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.
2.
4.
s.
7.
8.
8.
10.
ARTICLE IX.
INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM
Section 1. Power of Initiative
i- Recall
Power of Referendum
Form of Petitions; Com-
mittee of Petitioners
Mime., 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 icurred Ordi-
nances
11. Availability of list of
qualified Electors
12. Results of election
Section 1. POWER OP INITIA-
TIVE: The electors shall have power
ts pi.ipoae any Ordinance, except an
Ordinance appropriating money or au-
thorising the levy of taxes, and to
adopt or reject the same at the polls,
such power being known as tbe Initi-
ative Any Initiated Ordinance may be
submitted to the Council by a petition
signed hv qualified electors of the City
equal In number to at least two per
centum (2-S) of the registered voters
nt the last tegular municipal election.
Section 2. RECALL: (a) As to City
CouncilAny member of the Cltv
Council may be recalled or removed
from his or her said office upon the
Initiative of the electors of the Dis-
trict from which said Councilman has
been elected. In the manner and num-
ber as hereinafter prescribed.
(b) At to Mayor or any other elec-
tive officer who is elected from the
City-at largeThe Mayor or any
elective officer of the City who Is
elected from the Clly-at-large may be
recalled and removed from his or her
office upon the Initiative of the elec-
tors from the Clty-at-large as herein
provided.
in To initiate a recallAny quali-
fied elector of the City and District, or
the Clty-at-large. whichever la ap-
plicable as set out In sub-sections is)
and of this Section, may make and
file with the City Clerk an affidavit
containing the name of the Councll-
aimmlment to this Charter provide
for more than one Councilman from
each District), or other elective offl-
,,, ,,f the i 'ity whose removal s
sought, and a statement of the BPSCl
fie grounds for removal. The Clerk
shall thereupon deliver for approval
and signature to the elector or the
electors making such affidavit, copies
.a ihe petition blanks for such re-
moval. Such blanks shall be executed
by the Clerk with the signature and
Official Seal thereto attached; they
shall be dated and addressed to the
City Coifnril, and shall contain the
specific grounds for recall, name or
names of the person or persons whose
iciaoval is sought, and the office from
which such removal is sought. All
, opi.s of the petition shall be en-
tered in a record book to be kept in
the "ftice of the City Clerk. The re-
call petition, to be effective, must he
signed and filed with the Clerk within
thliiv (SO) days after the filing of the
affidavit. The petition before being
final shall lie signed by ::../ of the reg-
istered voters of the district or of the
Cits at.large, depending upon whether
the officer comes within the category
of sub-sections la) or (b) of this Sec-
tion, which registered voters shall
have been qualified to vote In the
last general municipal election, and
in each such signature shall be addeil
the plan- of residence of the signer,
giving the street and number or other
.1.is. i ipth.n sufficient to identify the
Ida..- of business or residence of the
petitioner Such signatures need not
all I.....n one paper, but the City Clerk
shall make an affidavit that each sig-
nature appended to the paper Is the
genuine signature of the person whose
name It purports to be. All such re-
call papers shall be filed as one In-
strument with the endorsement there-
on of the names and addi esses of the
K-rsons designated as filing the same
'Ithin 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 such
examination. If this certificate shows
the petition to he insufficient, he snail
forthwith so notify In writing one or
more of 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 said notice, by filing of a supple-
m.iitarv petition upon additional peti-
tion paper, signed and filed as 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
Insufficient, or If no amendment was
made, he shall file the petition In his
office, and shall notify each of the per-
sons designated thereon, that the same
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 City Coun-
cil at Its next regular meeting and
shall notify the Councilman or Coun-
cilmen or other elective officer or
officers whose removal Is sought, of
such action. The City Council shall,
thereupon, within ten (10) days of the
receipt of the Clerk's certificate, or-
der an election to be held not Jess
than twenty (20) nor more than thirty
(30) days thereafter, provided, how-
ever, that at such recall elections all
registered voters of the City, regard-
less of the District in which said vot-
ers reside, shall be eligible to cast
their vote for or against the officials
whose removal Is sought, whether such
officials were In the flmt Instance,
elected by District or at large; and
further provided, however, that 1/ any
other municipal election Is to occur
within sixty (60) 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 Ihe date, of such other municipal
election.
The Councilman or Councilmen 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 thn
place of "A" and "B".
The voter shall Indicate his vote
by "YES" or "NO".
If a majority of the votes cast shall
be In favor of such recall, the Council
shall Immediately declare the office
vacant and proceed to fill the same
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 six
(6) months, and provided, further
that no Councilman or other elective
officer shall be subject to recall within
Thirty (30) days after taking office.
Section 3. POWER OF REFEREN-
DUM: The electors at large shall have
power to approve or reject at the polls
any Ordinance passed by the l ouncll,
or submitted by the Council to a vote
of the electors, except as provided in
Sec,,,,n in (RKKKRKNDIM 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
any Ordinance which is subject to a
referendum, a petition signed by quali-
fied electors of the City equal In num-
ber to at least ten per centum (10*>
of the registered voters at the last
preceding regular municipal election
mav 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 shall
be uniform In else and style. Initiative
papers shall contain the full text of
the proposed ordinance. The signa-
tures to Initiative of referendum peti-
tions need not be all appended to one
paper, but to each separate petition
(here shall be attached a statement of
the circulator thereof as provided by
this section. Each signer of any such
etlti.in paper shall sign his name In
Ink or indelible pencil, and shall Indi-
cate after his name his place of resi-
dence by street and number, or other
description sufficient to identify the
place. There shaU appear on each peti-
tion the names and addrenses of five
electors, who. as a committee of the
petitioners, shall be regarded as re
man (or Councilmen should any spunalble for the circulation and IU-


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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
inK o/ the petition. Attached i;
separate petition paper there slum or
an affidavit "i the circulatoi I
that he, and he only, peraonaU) cir-
culated tin- foregi a- pal
th, itated numbei oi slgna-
thal all th.- signatures api
thereto were man.- in hit
thai he believes them t...... the
ami

genuine signatures ": '"
whoae name* thej purport to be.
Section 5. FILING. EXAMINATION
AND CERTIFICATION OF PETI-
TIONS: All petition papers
an Initiative or referendum |
-hall be aasembled and filed with tne
City Clerk at one Imti un enl With
twenty (20)
filed, 'tlu- Cltj Cleric .-hall den
whether each pap< r : the
hat. a pro;.cr statement "i the circula-
tor, whether the petition la signed by
a sufficient number i elec-
tors. The CiU "ball '""'"
thereto an arfldavll signed bj thi
ilator thereof. If a petitloi
' Is found to b. Blgi
tons than the numl ei
certified bv thi tor, thi laal
signature In sceea ol the num
tiled shall be
tlon paper is found to <
fewei persona than the numbei
fled, the -
mil. St A: '
completing his examination "f the
petition, the City Clerk shall
the result thereof to th.- Coui
it- next i. II he shall
certifj that the petition in
enl he shall --t forth in hli
flcate the particulars in which it li
.1.-r.-. ih. and ahall at on lify the
Committee ot the Petttioneri of his
findings
Section 6. AMENDMENT OF PETI.
TIONS: Aii Initlatlvi
pi titlon ; be amended at any time
within tei
of Inauffii lei sen
City Clerk, I
petition ip i
and Hied ai p
original petition. Th<
within flvi i daya
intent is fllec
i : the B
n is still li
h Is ol
ill nol
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Section 7. EFFECT OF CERTIFI-
CATION OF REFERENDUM PETI-
YI'i.N W
g,
fled
i

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effect untl -- i
the elect
Section a. CONSIDERATION BY
COUNCIL: '.' 11 r- -

-. Clerk, it
Bl I proceed at mid
:i A pi oposed
: i vision
shall lie hearing
upon the propi The
1 na] action on the
Ordinance not later than
d..i- alter the date on whu h
Ordinance si,.,n i.. reconsidered by
th.- Council ami its final vote upon
i tlon shall be upon the
Question, "Shall the Ordinance -
fled in the Kefeieiidum Petition be
Repealed?"
Section 9. SUBMISSION TO ELEC-
TORS: if the Council shall fail l<
an ordinance proposed by Initiative
petition, or shall pasa ft In a form
different from thai set forth in the
petition therefor, or if the Council
fall to repeal a referred ordinance, the
tiropoaed ,,: referred ordinance shall
ibmltted to the electors at large,
not less than thirty 130) days, nor
more than sixty (60) days from the
date th.- Council take- Ita final vote
thei .---ii Thi Co in* 1 ma). in 11
i ration, and it no regular election is
to i> h.-i for ., apea iai election.
Section 10. FORM OF BALLOT FOR
INITIATED AND REFERRED ORDI.
NANCES: Ordinances submitted to
vote of'thi eli ra a< oi dance with
the Initiative and referendum provi-
sions of this Chattel -hall be submit-
ted by ballot title, whah shall be pre-
pared In all cases by th.- Department
of Law or other principal legal ad-
viser of the City Th.- ballot title ma>
be different from the legal title
such Initiated or referred ordli
and shall be a i lear, com lee
raent. without argument or prejudice,
descriptive of the substance oi such
ordinance. Th.- ballot used in voting
upon any ordinal..... if a papei ballot,
shall hav.- below the ballot title the
following propositions, one above tie
other, in the order Indli ati i
"t-"i The .md
"Against the I
Immed ft of eacl propo-
sition thi:. ahall be a
K) thi

may be
but an
thereon onu.
If votini
lot tl" .
below it th.

ii ml t! .
nlty i
two pn
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TAX
II.
12,
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ARTICLE X
ADMINISTRATION
",vl Tax
rt) subjei t '" i -IV
methi ,J ..
. : a rssmeii Re-
.,( a--------- K'
Cui.ii. Hearing, on
Appeal to Courts
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Ol Tax Bills
Intension ol is '
. nl year on
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Asm i-
Section 1 DIVISION OF ASSESS-
MENTS: 1 ill Bl II
the Departinenl

"'Section 2. VrOPERTY SUBJECT
TO TAX; METHOD OF ASSESS
MENT. Ul
n the City,

sjlng

rim .,; .....n oi el ri thi
of July of i
present to the Dlrecl
. nl roll ( the pi
within the Ith a
Assessor a dupli smew
shall I
Ih'
da) "i
section 3. BOARD OF ASSESS-
VENT REVIEW:
\.-. n Ri view
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Section 4. BOARD OF ASSESMENT
REVIEW. POWERS AND DUTIES
shall



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Section 5. PUBLIC HEARINGS ON
COMPLAINTS:

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I
upon

Bslble, and
the determination of the Board of
Review shall be made
.thin ten I Ulna
leti all be Immedi-
ately etary of the
: t-i the Cltj. A--. i. a hose
duty it shall be la tnak. su.h cor-
n ill".n thi nt roll and
duplicate, aa the Boai i ma) detei -
Section 6. APPEAL TO COURTS:
in the detei mlnatlon of the
ol Assessment Ri i lew n a) be
tak.-n to a Court ol competent Juris-
diction nflt later than thirty (10) daya
after certification to the t' tj Assessor
Section 7. DIVISION OF COLLEC-
TION: There ahall > established In
the Department of Flnanci .. divi-
sion oi collect...... the head which
shall be the i"it\ Tax Collei toi
Section 8. COLLECTORS BOND:
The Collectoi shall o, fore the dellv -
ery to him id the A --in.-nt Itoll.
iret) bond t"i the faithful pen -
formam of hit duties, Including i om-
pllance with all controlling provisions
d law bearing upon the functions ol
in- office, In a form approved by the
State Tax Commissioner, and in such
sum, not l.-ss than thi amount estab-
lished by the i iommlsaloni i. aa ahall
la- tix.-d by the Council
Section 9. TAXES PAYABLE
when DUE: Taxes shal..... payable
when due.
Section 10. PREPARATION AND
DELIVERY OF TAX BILLS. As so,,,,
as the duplicate la delivered to the
' It) 'ax Collet tor, he -hail at once
di gin work ol preparing, i omp
and nulling or otherwise delivering
III for the fiscal year to the
owners of property asm tar as
owners are known and shall
complete auch work on oi befon he
first day ol Novi n In r The validity
tax or the time al whii h the
shall be payable shall nol be af-
'"i M the fallur. of the Collector
to mail or Othl : ..:s, di m,., ., ,.,x
Section 11. EXTENSION OF TAX
MENTUHm .NT, VEAR 0N ASSESS
MENT ROLL: I pon adoption of the
urrenl budge) i., ,i council
I ,:. pri
: l!; ri I, n i this Charter
ana in.- determination th.i.hi ,,f th,.
' >- raised by taxation the
Ihoi
(tended
nl roll and dunlli m
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICf
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.tin l ii
: II- .'I
II V I

Ol 'I"

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,(I,iii thi fran-
utllltli
Ol
. i I hi ".t
:.|1'
I.....
'
urn
Section 1 DEFINITIONS
l un- Charter, unless
n
nd -
return ul six i
ihi net apltal lllV'
,:..,, ,., i tlgutlon.
lal Investmei
.,! outlay

,lus working capital
the nvesloi PP*I
ithln the It) .
-
st. less de-
.,i ol all used a i \ rop
.,- dl lei tinted I" a I'll x Bll
;.....I bl thi
iprlate
unit ii established <<
of I > in iccordance
of tne l"','i''r-
i e alii mi i
le for I nal general I "
nol Included in the
untl orlci ih.- depn latlon deduc-
tion shall In lude i-th physical and
i ahall take -t ii
fferenci etwi en the
unit- am. available
n linns, un ludlng the rtlffer-
etweei slating
and ava table new units No addll
allowances shall be mad.- <. franchise
\ aha goini other
nir the
I i capital expi Ml-
Section 2. GRANTING OF FRAN.
CHISES: The I'll) shall have IKlWel
t.. iranl frani hrle to any
foi ih. tse ul
iblh wa) hi the (urnishlna f
:ill% public utllll '' '
lus.-s
renew and
eta shall be granti d
' \ pr ;.....d fran-
ibn tted i"
...... and he -hill i.eit. i to the
.. i ., n t. port i untainlng
Section 3 CONDITIONS AND
TRANSFER OF FRANCHISES:
enewal ex-
i a ii na hlse
.11:
upon the utility th*- duty
i set v |ce at a mini-
al indet pro|
nl managi mi nl
havi the right to re-
addltiona, lm-
-
n nomy ot Im-
provement h ami it ma
. h oi di : with re ipet I to aafi I)
ami other matters ..- may be ni
sai\ .a dealrable for the community.
i. i i ix the rates i- i hai gad b)
th, utllit) for the different claaaea of
ii erve t" the Clt) the
powei t-i revise auch rates al the end
.1 .! (is. al year Such
rates shall be sufficient to ever the
COSt Ol service as defined In Section 1
Of this Article
i.i Reserve in the City the Hunt,
any tune aftei five l .i years, to
al
tin Ham hi-.- .md purchase all
the propertlei "f the utllit) at a pur*
price equal to the net capital
lent, "I a- t.. any inouerty In-
* luded in the purchaae for which the
; (Bl DVl still, lit |S n.it as. el -
tamable from the accounts, at the
estimated ai tual cost k i acci led di -
in ei lation.
ih) No franchise shall be transfer-
red net eaftei by an) utiiitv to anothet
without the approval of the Clt) and
'-.....mun.a, t,, aw h approval all the
terma and i ondltlona ol this
shall i..- Included in ti- transferred
franchise
Tine,,n4^^,ATE BASE; VALUA-
TiON board: if mi capital Invest-
ment is not accepted ..- the rati
i.y both th.- city and the Coum ii and
b) a public unlit v i. nderlng service
within ti, city inn not hi.
within the franchise terms ..f this
flcle, the i'hi s agency for
utilities, referred to in s.-. tlon I
utihn',.;':',',' ",'k""-....."
a rate bas
sonalde \,\
utility
shall be mad..
ey. The .
atloaa -
il foi
',' "" *"" > a I.....millet,.li.1l..,
sow,, motion, maj i ,,."
"on coal appraisal, a- defined In
' tin- Article, made ,-
aid in negotiating ., t.,
'i"ur:,n:;:",s. ::.-,;;;
"::iv-:.:y;::::,,-v;;
Ar
public
of this
sin I.
a- purpoaa ..f establishing
- onsldered tali and rea-
BUCh city .if,.ii, ......| ln.
Adequate technical assistance
available t.. the Agen-
>| any, ,,[ >uch negotl-
submltted to th.
approval. The Coum II, either
" v nmmenilatlon
lllon. tnav lm\........
--t
a|i|dii able to
AND PRO-
through i.ie reductions
,.,l,liK >eai
bection RfcCOROS
,,,i ri,. i'ouncll shall establish or
v ncy ,.( the Clt* Uov-
., in, ii snail assemble the
-. titial t.. proper ile-
,ii,,ii ,,t cost of service and the
Hxuif! liable rates. Such agen-
. have .md keep up i date an
. i .! the |iroperty used In pub-
II.....v th. cost of such properties
ii> and leas..nably inclined
n% appraisal, additions and
i. tit, in. nt- made each year, the de-
ui,-elation, and all matters that enter
Into tn, ,.. rlodlcal readjustment of the
, it shall hav. power to make,
ami shall oiiduct, all inspections and
examinations 'd public utility proper-
i,counts and records iiecessary
,,: appropilate i" .any out the provi-
-...ii. ..i this Charter. At the close of
, ,, h ilendar or fiscal year. It shall
oak. a ..mpiehi-nslve report and
recommendation to the Mayor and the
i mn ii ih. Mayor urmll thereupon
make separate recinineiidatlons to
the Council, which, after receiving
them, may proceed with Informal ne-
R-otiatlons or with formal proceedlnas.
j-.v ,-i y public utility operating within
the Clt) shall furnish to such Agen-
llai reports as to cajiltal out-
la., property retirement*, operating
revenues, operating expenses, taxea
and other accounting matters accord-
ing; t.i the standard accounting claasl-
flcatlon issued foi such utilities by the
state Public I'tllltlea Commission. In
addition the City may require reports
regarding salaries, wages, employees,
contracts, service performance, and
all other record* of operation that i>-r-
laiii to proper late adjustments on the
basis ot f,n ts and regular admlnlstra-
iin The Agency established or desig-
nated ii. the ouncil snail also niaae
appropriate efforts t" obtain proper
annual revision of rates ol private
la ii do not operate unuer
the i. in hlse terms of tins Cbautar,
ami which are nol subject to munic-
ipal regulation '*> 'i.-n.-iai Law, it may
obtain piopei surveys of
il| Kyi ii-. s, taxes and other
i >'i the net .apital Invesl-
n tli<- pinpeitles Used in public
. iiitiiin th,- City, and tbeieupon
i endeavor, through negoUatlonal
with tne utility, to obtain proper rate
i he detei mlnatlon of u
rate base shall be mawta ai s.-t forth
\ i ticle. If it I an
not obtain due agreement II shall file
iplalnt and petition to the Slate
1'iil.lic I'nl.ti Commission for a for-
mal rati Inquiry in su.h proceedings
:. enl tin- cons in
nd shall prepare and present in
due legal form all the evidence with
to cost .-f Ml rice and other
elements as required In the public In-
terest. II ahall obtain all requlalti IsiUi
i. :.it. I. and at
the I ml ot ..nil calendar nl I
II -hail endeavor to secure any n vi-
ralea Indicated by the show-
Ing ol facts, and if necessary shall
i again with a raquaat for for-
mal Inquiry bl the Stale l'ublli Util-
ities Commission
Section 7. RECAPTURE: Whenever
the I'oumil shall detei mine, and In
accordance with the fiam-hise terms,
the City may purchase the properties
I a private!) owned public, utility, and
may m.iude in su.h purchase proper-
ties located outside as well as with-
in the City, The pin. ha-e price shall
not exec.-d the net capital investment.
or the rate baae, established as herein
described, for any piopeitles Included
in the purchase for which such net
capital investment had not been pro-
\i i.-d for I-, pi.-vioiis franchise grants.
The i in may also condemn any pub-
lic utility properties pursuant to the
general condemnation provision ol this
Chattel Th,. cost of proceedings for
acquisition of private properties by
purchase or by condemnation shall be
paid In the (list Instance b] the pri-
vate utility, hut shall be Included in
the price or award paid bv the Cits
Section 8. ESTABLISHMENT OF
MUNCIPALLY OWNED AND OPER-
ATED UTILITIES: The City shall
nave the power to own and operate
any public utility, t.. construct and In-
stall all facilities that are reasonably
n.ed.d. ami to leas, ,,r purchase any
I utility properties used and
useful in public service. The city may
also furnish service in adjacent anil
nearby communities which may be
conveniently and economically serve.I
b) the municipally owned and oper-
ated utility, subject to agreements
with such communities ami subject to
the provisions of st..... |.W Council
may provide by ordinance lot the aa-
tsbllshment of su.h utility, and ahall
''-" '"', sul.miiied to and approved at
a popular referendum; provided how-
ever, thai an ordinance providing for
;' n 'VK "jalon, i nUrgement, ..r bat.
.'..,,".'","'. "' "" v ,Unl l,,lli,v >
1 '' ,,f general mu-
ni ipal admlnlati .
Pmv,A0TnCi9x< COMPETITION WITH
P5rVrATEJ-Y OWNED AND OPER-
omd VT'LITIES: lf munSlpiMy
unity would ,'ver
the i it, -i;.,ii
effort to ;
I
i.iii,,
' Ian to I
Section 12. DESCRIPTION OF TAX
BILL:
nd ,,,.
\ utility
\ \ r*-Hn.n i t.li-
ikingf

properi .
or
uny dupllea-
If tile
'InK prii

;
VhloW

file rJ '
fllcnnK ordtnan
the electors
afirm.it iv.. preal| to the
extent of such confUcL

Muni-
lv
10.
11.
ated
, with IV
'P.I Utility i,r,a.
rinam.al proVWoag

Ti:n:::;:-,:;:..:-;;, v.

LEGAL
NOTICI
terest to rate red,
for promotion of ',;'"!I
advancement of th, *"'' X
cu.1 Intereat, of u,,.'!'''""">< Z\
utllltv shall n.d I .,'"""unit,
benefit of oth.i ,, '*ratd
and shall ,,,",... '"'",1*1
dlrei'tly a. a K. ', """'
ln ..eney f.,1 Ine'cffv^-lssl
pay to the cit> -,,;'"' m
other tax.s .,- ., ,..J.'r"!s.n
upon private bus....... '""t as2
Section M. FINANP... "rl*l
tlONS: The City wv U& "nj
quLsltJon of privately ***** Oaf
the cost of all ,M, *,.''' 1M.,
erty Instalatlon for utffl.*?!
by borrowing, m aceoSSS ^
provision of A, t". v"*,?0? U
ter Appropriate provlatoJ*!
made, however, for ,V' 'n" ">i
and retirement of Vfcrja"*"
to the provision, of ,h, ct',"'"'
amortlaatlon and etiASmlL
effecte.1 through the uLe 0l'^
provddeo ,hroUKh ..... *g^
ARTICLE XII
UCCKMION IN OOveHN.,.
8ectlon 1. Aaaeaament and u, ,
i.'i.ll,." "!Iir"1 "313
Kighta of Office. B
ployee, pre^rvV*"
. ....-muanee of P^,
when Charter take,
Transfer of Rec^l"
1'ioperty -""na |
Continuity of Office, a
partinent, ,. i,.,,^'
Continual,,.. o( .
and I'ubli, iniprovS
Pendlnu Aeiion. aiTl
ceediiiKs
Section 1. ASSESSMENT ANBi
COLLECTIONS IN First rial
YEAH: The first fiscal irJr ''"
llsbed by Mecllon 1. At tide 111 oM
Charter, shall Ih?kiii on thr in
of .November ami shall end un tail
day of UctolN.-r of i i lU-tidjri
Section 2. rights OF OFFir
AND slMPLOYEES PRESERv.
Nothing in this Charter -ititained.*
cept aa specifically pn.viaeil
affect or Impair the ighta ana i
lieges of Officers oi Kfnployseal
City or of am i irtmeBtl
Agency existing at Ih. tune wheel
Charter shall take effi ... ..rini
vision of law In le,, .n tl,, |,m(,
1 'harts* shall t..h, and ,igl |
consistent with thi i uvisioaasfl
i'baiter In relation :., i^rsoaseLL
ixiintinents, ranks, ti ol.... uaanj
office, promotion, removal.
..mi retirement rights, >\ii ratuaj
any other rights |
c.-rs or Kniidoi. |
Office, l'eparlincnt oi A.
of.
Section S. CONTINUANCE
PRESENT OFFICERS: All
holdiiiK ailmlnistiat.il office all
time this Charter Ukea -
continue In office and in the
foriiiance of their duties until |
slon ^.hall have 1m-.|i made In.
a nee herewith for the performasetl
such duties, or the dis, ontinuuctl
such office. The powers oenferreil
the duties Imposed upon any
Hepartment, or Agen. of the Ckjlj
the Laws of this State -hall, ill
t ifflce. Department ol Agenryafl
City be abolished by this i hirsr.i
under Its authority. I-- thereafwj
erclsed and discharged by the1-,,
I'.partinent or AgencJ desiraattsj
the Council unless otherwise |
herein.
Section 4. STATUS OF OFFK
AND EMPLOYEES MOLDING t
TIONS WHEN CHARTER Tag
EFFECT: Any person hoWiM..
office or position in the 01
S. nice of the City when this C .
takes effect who shall have sersay
such position for at hast a
of three months, shall be reu
without preliminary ..r wurkiag i
and shall thereafter be subject *]
respects to the proi i.-lons of
Charter. Other m '
service at the time this Charter 1
effect ahall be regarding as
their positions undu tha
appointments.
Section S. TRANSFER Of
ORDS AND PROPERTY: All r
property and eo.ulpii"-nt W"*1*
of any Office. Department r A
or part thereof, all the puserai
duties which are assigned te anraa
office, Departiitent oi Ag.n) W"
Charter, shall be transferred aaei
llvered to the Office, 1 '.-partmesi<
Agency to which such p..eis aaasi
ties ar* so assigned. If PgLJi
powers and duties "f any "
l>aitmenl or Agt-n. ) ol l"
are, by this Charter, aaalgnsi.sfj
other Office. Iiepaiim. nt >'
all records, prtipem ma "'"'jr
i datum exclusively 'l'r'l0,J*Brj
ti.uisferrcKil Wad delivered t" tV*
I'epartment or Agein > to "''jLji
powers and duties an "" M
Section g. C O N T iNUlU
OFFICES, DEPARTMENTS 0"
ENCIES: Any Otftre, ^'''"'"^
Agency provided for In ""* JJ
with a name, or with I '''',
tlea the same 01 /"1"*!?-
same as those of si
meal shall be deemed t.i be """n"
f such Offne, 11. psrtinent or'
und shall exercise Ita i wera
lies In continuation ol their e
by the Office. Department 'r ,
by which the same were "', ,
exercised and shall ''' (.mpl
continue any h i '
other nintter Within
regular iw.wers and n
... ni or
.ml .tulles '
I i which su.h pon
bent rclsed. \m
an) Law. Rule, It'
Uranl ot
I
I p.irtmeiit "t \ '.h'# r-
,, a lint**1
<' by"this i ,,.nCe
Section 7. CONTiNUAN"
CONTRACTS AND
PROVEMENTS
nt,. by the 'iiv
puBLlC.tel

r *
i
. atepa ha
Chart,
at Ih. :,'|r.,'.,nai
ly as practicable m
the provisions of su. h
und chin t.i prov I- ,ul
pie, aa It relates to 'lr,fle,-usL
AND PROCEEDINOS: > ."-
proceeding, civil or cilmlns*
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.


avJANUARY 29. 1954
LEGAL NOTICf_____
+Jewistncrldian
PAGE 15 B
I
LEGAL NOTICE
-hen this Charter shall
/,"",'",," ,i- by or agalnat the
Effect, '' ',,,,,. Department or
',,., thereof, shall l>e
I ,| i,v the adoption of
?""' '' '' | amthlng Herein
li'l"'"',, ,n' such m-tlonii or
... notwlth.
notions, power*
d'"* /-in Office, Department
[dun-- part) iiier.-to
r ii.m*, power* and du-
[ ..,.,, transferred
I charter.
ARTICLE XIII
DEPARTMENT OF LAW
,- rv ATTORNEY; AP-
,, ,|\ : \IKNT
,-HV \TTORNE1 ;
m U.IF'ICATIONS
c TVATTORNEY; POW-
,|i |)| IIKS
,, n. -u-\i. JUDGE; AP-
" i-nlNTMENT
MINHIPAL JUDGE;
ul VILIFICATIONS
Ml S'M'II'AL JUDGE:
i-, ,u Kits ANI> Dl'TlBS
tun 1 CiTV ATTORNEY; AP-
CtmFNT II""- shall '' a '"'-
/tin, .-. I. he head of which
he th. nti Attorney, who shall
. | | |he city Council.
Irtion 2 CITV ATTORNEY;
LOCATIONS: The City AttOT-
|t nuallfv fill HUC'h position MllHll
[ law, .tn,l a tnem-
|,l. n la Bar i" good tand-
hfta 3. CITY ATTORNEY;
CERS AND DUTIES: The City
I ,.,|| be the legal adviser
tlliiffi..- Department* and Ag-
T, mil "f "'' "fflcer* and Kin-
..( the I'm of North Miami
th ri-litiiiiK- I" ih.-lr offk-lal low-
Knddutlei He "hall represent the
...lings. It shall
Ihi- dut) '- perform all service*
I -n ion ** may lie
E.r.,1 b) >'> 'hi* Char-
fur u> it.ii- mi a.
jctmn 4. MUNCIPAL JUDGE;
?Ointment There *hall be a
L hi -' appointment
the Mayor.
Ktion 5. MUNICIPAL JUDOE;
VILIFICATIONS: The Municipal
hall dul) licensed and
I it -law, and
, i irlda liar In food
(.linn
iction 6. MUNICIPAL JUDOE;
VERS AND DUTIES: It shall !>
dutv o( the \l inlclpal Judge to
I les* than once
LEGAL NOTICE
every week, at uch time and In *uch
place a* may he designated i,v th.
Council for the trial of all pi
i-harced with violation of any of the
Ordinance* of the city. which trial
hall be without Jury, and, upon con-
viction of *uch peraon 01 person*, to
Impoae upon him or them aui-h penal')
a* may be provided by *uch Ordl-
MIKM He xiiall havi- the Dowel to
summon witnesses. I*aue warrant* of
arrest upon affidavit duly filed, to ad-
minister uth* and in do all other act*
neceuary for the perfi......mce of bla
duty. Be .-hall also have the powei to
punish for contempt of court to the
extent of u fine not exceeding five
hundred ($SM) dollar* or imprison-
in,in not exceeding alxt) (60) day*,
or both Much fine and Imprisonment.
The ...mim nf prosecution In said court
shall be the earn* ai are allowed by
law lii Circuit Court, such costs be-
ing taxed against th* pei son convk ted,
and ooHectod by tbs City Clerk, to be
paid over by Mm to Clt) Deposltar)
and placed to the credit of tli- Cllj ,,f
North Miami Ile.n a.
ARTICLE XIV
GENERAL PROVISIONS
Section 1. Contracts extending be-
yond "L"' >..ll
2. Publicity or Record*
3. Personal Interi i
4. Official Bonds
5. Oath of Office
8. Effect of this Charter on
Existing LAW
7. Amending the Charter '.
8. Suit* and Claims against
the City
9. Separability Clause
Section 1. CONTRACTS EXTEND.
TENDING BEYOND ONE YEAR: No
(muni t Involving the payment of
money out of the appropriations of
more than one year shall be. made
for a period of more than fixe ft)
year*; nor shall any such contract be
valid unlea* made or approved by ordi-
nance.
Section! PUBLICITY OF RECORDS:
All records and ai count! of every
Office, Department or Agency of the
City shall be open to Inspertion by any
rltlsen, any representative of a cltl-
sens* organisation, or any repreeeB-
tative of the pre**, at all reasonable
time* and under reasonable regula-
tlons established by the Council, ex-
cept rei-ords and doi-uments the dls-
closure of which would teml to defeat
the lawful purpose which they are
Intended to accomplish.
Section S. PERSONAL INTEREST:
No member of the Council or any
Officer or Employe* of the City shall
have any financial Interest, direct or
Indirect, or by reason of own.i ship
of stock In any corporation, In any
contract, or in the sale to the City or
to a Contractor supply in*- the City, of
any land or rights or Interests In any
land, material, supplies or service*.
Any willful violation of this section
-hall constitute malfeasance In office,
anil any officer or Employe* of the
> ity lound guilty thereof shall thereby
forfeit Ins office or position. Any vlo-
lati.iii ,,( this Section with Hie knowl-
soae, express or Implied, of the per-
son or corporation contractile with
we clt j -hail reader the contract
voidable bj the Mayor or the Council.
Section 4. OFFICIAL BONDS: Th.
Director of Finance, th* Tax CoUec-
nd such other Officers or Bm-
ilie Couni II ma) by gen-
Bral 'niinanie, r. tjuir* so to do.
shall give bond in such amount and
wuh such surety as tnaj i"- gpproveg
by the Council. The pri irflum* mi such
bonds shall l- paid \,\ the City.
Section 5. OATH OF OFFICE:
officer of tiu. city shall, be-
fore entering upon th* unties of his
office, t.is.- and subscribe lo th* R>l-
lowlng oath oi affirmation, to be filed
and kept in the office of the City
Clerk:
i solemnl) -u.ai'ioi affirm) that
I will support the Constitution and
will iii,i-i tin- Laws of the United
States, and of the State of Flor-
ida; that I will, in all respects, ob-
serve the provisions of the Charter
and Ordinances of the city of
North Miami Hea.-ll. .ill.I Will
faithfully discharge the duties of
the office of ________
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Section 8. EFFECT OF THIS
CHARTER ON EXISTING LAW:
t|0 All laws and parts or laws relat-
ing to. or affecting the City of North
Miami Beach In force when this char-
ter shall take effect, are hereby re-
peale.l and superseded I,, the extent
that the same are inconsistent with
the provisions Of this Charter;
(b) In-,.far as the provisions of this
Charter are the same In terms or in
substance and effect as the provi-
sions of th*. law In force when this
Charter shall take .elect, relating to
or affecting the City or Ninth Miami
Beach, the provisions of this Charter
are intended to be not a new enact-
ment, hut a continuation of such pro-
visions of law, and this Charter shall
be so construed and applied.
Section 7. AMENDING THE CHAR-
TER: amendment* to this Charter
in.n he framed and submitted to the
electors of the City by a Charter Com-
mission In the manner provided by-
law for rraming.and submitting a new
Charter. Amendments may also be
proposed and submitted by Ordinance
passed by a vote of the majority of
the member* of the City Council, or
by a petition signed by not less than
ten per centum (lO^) of the quali-
fied electors of the City, setting forth
anv pro|ssed amendments and filed
with the City Clerk In accordance with
the provisions of Section of Article
IX of this Charter, whereupon the
Council shall forthwith provide by
ordinance for submitting such pro-
posed amendment to vote of the elec-
tors. Any ordinance for submitting
a Charter Amendment to the electors
shall provide that such Amendment
be submitted at tne next regular mu-
nicipal election, If one shall occur
not less than sixty (80), nor more
than one hundred twenty ll^ii) days
after the passage of the Ordinance;
Otherwise, ll shall provide for the sub-
mission of the Amendment at n spe-
cial election to be called and held with-
in the time alorcsulrl. Not less than
thirty (.:"i days prior to such election
the City Clerk shall mail a copy of tne
proposed Amendment to each elector
wiii.s,. name appeals upon tin- regis-
tration boaks or the last reKular mu-
ll Idpal or general election, ir a proi
p,is. d amcii.imeiit he approve.) by a
majorlt] ..i the .lectors voting there-
on, It shall become a part or the
Charter at the time fixed thelein
Section 8. SUITS AND CLAIMS
AGAINST THE CITY: No suit shall
be maintained against the City for
damages nrislns; out of a tsvllur* to
keep in proper condition any side-
walk, pavement, viaduct, bridge,
-tie.-t. ,,i other public place, or lor
any tort, unless it shall be ffJnoe '"
appear that the damage nllnfod is
attributable to negligence or the City.
anil that written notice or such dam-
age was, within thirty (311) day s afier
the lecfivinic of the Injury alleged,
given to the City Attorney with su< h
reasonable specification as to the time
and place and witnesses a* would en-
able the City nfflelHls to Investigate
the matter; and n*'-verdict shall In
any suit be given for an amount ex-
ceeding compensated damage* to the
plaintiff directly applicable to such
negligence on the part of the City,
and contributory negligence on the
part of the plaintiff shall defeat all
recovery against the ('Ity. It shall he
the duty of the City Attorney, upon
receiving any such notice, to at once
Investigate the matter and lay the
facts, supported by the evidence, be-
fore the City Council in a written re-
port, and the City 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 th.- matter and It may. by
resolution, make such reasonable set-
tlement or damage as may be agreed
upon between the city Council and the
person so damaged.
No suit shall 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 arter de-
fault of such debt or obligation, or
the occurrence of the act* out of
which It is claimed such damages
arose, nor unless within thirty (3")
days after such claim shall arise, there
shall be filed with the Clerk of the
City a notice under oath, setting forth
every element of such claim, and at-
taching copies or any documents
which may form the baai* of any
claim, but In no event hall suit be
begun agalnat the City prior to ninety
(DO) day* after the filing of such
claims and notice of claims with the
City Clerk or the City Attorney.
Section SEPARABILITY CLAUSE
If any section or part of this Charter
shall be held Invalid by a court of
competent Jurisdiction, such holding
shall not affect the remainder of this
ihiiier nor the context in which such
section or part ot section so held In-
valid may appear, except to the extent
that an entire section or part or sec-
tion may be inseparably c.mnectea
in meaning und effect wtth the sec'
ttrui tit part of section to wtlloh sue.n
holding Shall directly apply '
This draft, representing the revised
charter of the City of North Miami
Beach, Florida, Is hereby adopted by
unanimous vote or the duly constituted
City or North Miami Beach Charter
Revision Hoard on this the 18th day
,,! December. It
/s/ I-' s Davidson, chairman
1*1 William C. Ilaiiford. Member
Bdmund A Creelman, Member
Clyde B. Haas, Member
Fiances Robinson, Member
Notice la hereby given that a spe-
cial election will lie held in the City of
North Miami Beach, Florida, from 7
o'clock AM until 7 o'clock I'M. on
Monday, February 1"., tMM tot the pur-
pose:
/*/
1*1
11/
SHAM. THK PROPOSED REVISED
MIAMI BEACH, PREPARED l-V
THK CHARTER REVISION lioAltl"
ITRSUANT TO THK STATUTES OF
THK STATK OK Ki.ollIDA NOWTN
EXISTENCE, To WIT cHAI'TKIt
I.;.; OK THK Kl.oltlUA SI-ATI TKh
WHICH CHARTER REVISES THE
PRESENT CHARTER OF THK CITY
or" NORTH MIAMI BEACH AND
PROVIDES FOR THK JURISDIC-
TION AND POWERS' OK SAID ("11 \.
BE AI'CROVKI) AND AI MUTED (>R
DISAPPROVED AND NOT ADOP-
TED.
APPROVED DISAPPROVED
Jan. 13, 22, 29. Feb. 5. 12, 1934
The registration books Of the said
Cltv 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 15, ItM, Saturdays,
Sundays and Holidays excepted, dur-
ing the business hours of the ( Ity
Hall, which are 9:00 A.M. to 3:00 I'M.
Person* properly registered will be
qualiried to vote in said election.
Signed
VIRCIN1A MOORE.
City Clerk
Jan. 15. 22. 29. Feb. 5. 12. MM
FUDOB NORMAN R. LYONS, Ally.
Charter Revision Hoard
City of North Miami Bench
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
THE COUNTy JUDGES" COURT
AN0 FOR DADE COUNTY,
fHlDA. IN PROBATE. No. 31887-B
i:.-i at i. iP
fll.I.lAM SCIIKRER, Deceased
nd All Persons flav-
[ amis Against Said
and ... li of you. ore hereby
|llri| arm r .I to unwnl all)
Tin and demands which you. or
*r uf you. nun have against the
li- nf u n \i SCHERER, de-
*,1 lit. : [lade County, Florida.
l'1-a HonuraMi .'..unly Judge* of
C mm i ind die the aame In
: office* r. i-.Hifity Courthouse
nty, Kl.aiiia. within eUcht
Jndsr mm.Hi- from the date of the
I'ul.'i hereof. Said claim*
pemaiiil- contain the legal ad-
r* "' the n nit and to be *worn
M it... nti I .i- aforesaid, or same
be ban eil
'th. A I). 1954.
SCHERER
utor of the La*t Will
' t of
AM SCHERER.
Deceased.
rU'.s IIKIMAX & KAPLAN
l I -'e of .
^llll^MI S, ,....
!
If J.in :.i
- PRKIi
I
an I T
\\ 11.!.
|THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
ORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 3164B
He. E8TATK OF
pNRv i rri-e Deeaaaaa
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I n.l All Persons Hav-
ui Demands Against Saul
|eu, ami ,.., i, or you, are hereby
*neil ami i .-quired to present any
pi" aim demand* which you, or
per of yi.,1, may have agalnat the
t;>t_ m:\in s kciunT deceased
p..; li.,,l. County Florida, to the
itK.u-, .', '"'ANTON and FRANK
Ki, IIN'' '"ounty Judges of Dade
ni> and in, x\,e Mmt ln ,helr of.
L l.,'"'1'- '"ourthouse in Dade
F>, Hmi.la. within eight calendar
is*i from li,, ,|Hl of the f|r
"'at,,,, hereol Bald claim* or de-
Ith. I;',"l'"ii the legal address
L .....< and lo be sworn to
iirf-rii-,,1 .,. f(es*ld. or same
p, i'.""' Action 120 of the
t* Acl
I.I..-:, RUBIN
>v of the I_*st Will
'"'I I' -tain, lit ,,f
In.-i. \,:Y s 1I'IIN. Dei-eased.
| Al'IRO a | kiki,
I Miami Reach, Fla.
x,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 1653gfl
JOHN BERET, Plaintiff.
AUGUSTA FRANCES BERKY.
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Ai:OCTA FRANCES HERET
82k South Lexington Avenu
White Plains, New- Vork
Tou 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 Hill of c.ni-
plaint on th* plaintirr's Attorney,
HENRY M. CAIN, 2318 W. Flagler
St.. Miami. Florida, and rile the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading in the of I ice
of the Clerk of the Circuit Couit on
or before the 15th day of February,
ItM. if you fall to do so. judgment by
default will be taken against yon for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
(This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
Ih THK JKWISH Kl.oRlDIAN I
DONE AND ORDKRKD at Miami.
Florida, this Kth day of Jan MT) LD
K H LEAT"-- II MAN.
Clerk, cm nit ..nit.
I hide County, Florida.
u* M c ; it I
inrcult Court Seal i Deputy Clerk
HENRY M CAIN
Attorney ror I'lainiiff
nil West Flagler 8t Miami. Floi Ida
1/15-22-29
LEGAL NOTICE
Ties i' eased
I *PFLlCAT.r.!NT,ON TO MAK
L1C*TJON FOR FINAL
.,-,,,. DISCHARGE
rebN rlvan that I have
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND "FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 165627
SHKI.DoN MOED, Plaintiff
l.oRKTTA BANDBA MoKD.
Defendant
UIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: IX>RETTA SANDKA MOED
c/o The Hillside
7539 Mini Street
Belros. I^>ng Island, NY
You are hereby notified that a Bill
.,f Complaint ror Divorce has been
riled against you. and you are repin-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to th* Sill of (,"''"'l,|;,.![!'I.."j'
the plaintiffs Attorney. IIKN r-S^K-V
tin s.-vhoid Building, Miami, "m-ida.
and file the original Answer or Meajl-
ing in the office of the ilerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the fJM
day of February, l**. >"u ,"!1 ,'"
do w,, ju.lKinent by default will be
taken again-l you for the relief ue-
manded in the BUI "f.'/'"''''"'"i,.,-,
[X>NE \ND ollDKIIKD at Miami.
Florida, this 18th day of January.
' "'' |- M. I.KATIIKRMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County. I'."',1;1' .,.
By W.M W BTOI KINO,
(Circuit Court Heal) Deput] l'lK
SSSM4-SS&. Miami. Florid.
l/*t- J/5-I-' _________________
IN THE CfRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 165609
KRKDRIC H. STAXIIK, Plaintiff,
vs.
JANE JANVIER WARD STANOE.
11,-fi-ndant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: JANB JANVIER WARD STANOE
42". West 57th Street
New .York, New York
YOI" ARE HEREBY NDTIKII'D
that a BUI or Complaint ror Divorce
has been filed against you, and you
are hereby required to serve a copy
or your Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint on l'lalntlffs attorney, and rile
th.- original Answer In the office of
the clerk of thr Circuit Court, on or
before the 22nd day of February, 19a4;
otherwise, the allegations of said Bill
or Complaint will be taken as confess-
ed against you. ,
Dated this lHth day of January.
E It I.EATHKIt.MAN,
clerk of the Circuit Court
By: ll. H. RICK. JR.
Deputv Clerti (seal)
rjEOROE J. TAI.IANoKK. ESQ.
Attorne) for Plaintiff "
420 Lincoln Road, Mrainl Beach, Fla.
I U-n 2/5-12
LEGAL NOTICE
H-... J'"usry. 1J4
NOTICE UNDBR FICTITIOUS
NOTICK ,?1,^tKmW.'.IVKN" .hat
the uuderslgned, desiring to engage In
,",",, un.l.i -he^rictlllous name o
Court or Dade '"''""'V. l\, \s INC
MAROABET Al'ERBACH.^^.
OEOROB 'HKRTKOF. KSO.
Altoraey for PenW s Beauty
Hak.n. Inc.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK 13 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, dealring to engags In
business under the fictitious name of
RBINBBO CO., at 100 N.K. 39th St..
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court or Dad*
Countv. Florida. ___
I.EO BEINHABD ^
SKYMOl'R RK1NHARD
HAROLD REINHARD
HENRY RKI.NHARD
NORMAN REINHARD
HERMAN M. BERK
Attorney ror Applicants
420 I.inc..In Rd.
1/8-15-22-29_____________________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. (Ml
DAIS? MAY COON, Plalntlfr
RICHARD COON. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: RICHARD COON
B School Street
Olens Falls, 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 or your Answer
r pleading to said Hill on plalntlfr*
,.'., ney. flK-RSIION S MILLER. 420
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Fla., rjnd
me the original with the Clerk of Ae
Circuit Court on or berore the 9th
dav or February. 1954. otherwise the
Bill of Complaint will be taken a*
confessed by you.
Dated at Miami Florida, this 4th
,y or <"''- V>:at.ikrman.
clerk .d the Circuit Court,
Dade I 'ounty Florida
gj K. II KICK .IK
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
l I .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES" COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 164993-B
In Re: ESTATE 1 IF ____
ALFRED RoY BERNSTEIN,,
a/k/a ALFRED R. BERNSTEIN,
a/k/a A. R. BERNSTEIN.
Deceased
To AH Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each or you. are hm eby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you. may have against the
estate of ALFRED RO\T ggRN-
STBIN, a/k/a AI.KIIED It. IIKKN
STEIN: a/k/a A. K BEBNSTEIN.
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 ..f the
llrsl publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or
samt will be barred.
Date December 11, A.D. 1953.
DOROTHY BERNSTEIN ......
As Executrix of the Last Will
and Testament of ._,.,_,
ALFKKD ROY BBRN8TEIN
a/k/a ALFRED R BERNSTEIN
a/k/a A. R. BERNSTEIN.
Deceased.
SHEINER SPIELER _
304 Roper Building. Miami, Fla.
Attorneys for Executrix
1 I-U-12-S* ______
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
WHEEL INN" RESTAURANT at
W Flagler Street, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dad.- Cunty. Florida.
DIMOS AOAPITOS
CARMKI.I.A AOAl'ITOS
MANI'KI, I.IBKI.
Attorney for Applicants
C23 W. Flagler Street
1 IS-tt-M 2/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU8
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C1VEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
huslness under the fictitious name or
KNoX DISTRIHITORS. at 2201 S.W.
29th Avenue. Miami, Florida. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
or the Circuit Court of Dade County.
"rldSF:HVICE CONFECTION. INC.
sole owner
PALLOT, S1LVKR MULLOY
Attorney* tor Service Confection, Inc.
1/S-15-U-ZS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN
CHANCERY. No. 165413
HITII COLAVITO, Plalntirr.
DOMONICK D. COLAVITO,
Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
in DOMONICK D COI.AV1TO
1(42 West 1st Street
Krooklyn. New York _____
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been riled against you. and you
are hereby required to serve a copy
,,r your answer to the Bill of i ont-
plalnt on Plalntlfr* attorney, and file
the original Answer In the onlce or
the Clerk or the Circuit Court, on or
before the l.Mh day of F'ebruary. 19j4:
otherwise, the allegations of the said
Bill of Complaint will be taken a* con-
fessed against you.
Dated this 11th day of January. 1954.
K B. DEATH ERM AN.
elm k of Circuit Court
By R li lUCE. JR
(Seal) Deputy clerk (Seal)
QEOROE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ.
Attorney for Plalntlfr
4^n Loncnln Road, Miami Beach. Fla.
I 11-22-21 2/5 _____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
1NTERNATIONAL I N S V R A N C B
AOENCY, at 1212.", Biscayne Blvd.. N.
Miami. Fla Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
8. ARMISTKAD JONES
DWIOHT i. MILLAR, J
VON7.AMFT & KKAVITZ
Attorneys ror Applicants
1M2 Security lliilliling
1 lt-22-t* 2/5
R, JR.
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 25752
RE: ESTATE OF
HERMAN QL1CKSBERO. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
file,I rm rinal report and petition ror
Final Discharge as Executrix ..r the
estate of HERMAN C.LICKSIiKRIi,
deceased: and thst on the 10th day
,,[ February, 1954, I will apply to the
Honorable W F. ItLANTON. County-
Judge or Dude County. Worlda. for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Executrix of the
Estate of HERMAN GLICKSBERG,
deceased. ....
This Jdth day of December, 1953
BLANCHE C.LICKSBERO
KOVNER & MANNHKIMER
Attorneys for FJxecutrlx
l/$-lS-H2-2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK is" HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BEACHCOMBER ACTS, at MO S.'.th
Street, Miami Beach. Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk or the
circuit Court or Dade County. Flor-
CARLYLE GARDENS, INC.
OWNER ,
I R. MATERS
Attorney for Applicant
1 m.-, Congress Bfilg.
1 Is-It-ti 2/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN thst
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
WIKDKH WINK Co. at 3.122 N.W.
Ith Street. Miami, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk or the Cir-
cuit Court or Ihide Countv. Florida.
SAMUEL WIEDER
MOLLY WIEDER
BERNARD WIEDER
Attornev ror Applicants
111 Lincoln Rd.
1 ll-M 2/6-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICFJ IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name nf
SEYMOUR HOTEL, at 943 Pennsyl-
vania Ave., Miami Beach, Fla.. in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
RENATO BENVENUTI
(sole owner)
KKSSI.KIl GARS. Attorneys
Attorneys for Applicant
17>J West Flagler St.
1/8-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
M A fut C I A W
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
C. CASTER and W. B. PIERCE. C
& 1' COLLECTING ACKNCV, at Sey-
bold Building. Miami. Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
W. E. PIERCE (H)
C. CASTER (ft)
KASB AND FULLER
Attorneys for
C. Caster and W. E. Pierce
l/g-lb-22-2*


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PAGE 16 B
JWV Puts Skids on Citizenship Try
Of Former Nazi Theodore Ex
Continued from Page 1 B
be naturalized as a Cerman." Mr.
Dix's authority for his statement
about Mr. Ex's genealogy was "an
attorney in Germany who was in
charge of these matters during the
Nazi regime." The JWV felt that
other German called on Presiden
Eisenhower. He wu Jakob ah
maier, the first Cerman legislative
official of the Jewish faith to visit
Washington since 1933. Mr. AM-
maier is a ranking member of be
foreign relations committee oi
Nazi reg me. he.iwv ten inai o"".-.......... i,,im.'
5 attorney in Germany who was Bundestag Mdgj*. --
in charge of these matters during role m the German-brael rep.
the Nazi regime' is a dubious
authority, to say the least, as to
Ex's qualifications for re-admis-
.-ion to the United States."
The reason Mr. Ex gave for per-
juring himself before a I > vice
tions treaty negotiations.
The remilitarization of Germany.
u sought by the United States
through the EDC treaty, is oppos-
ed by Mr. Altmaier. He feels that
former Nazi officers would incw-
consul and for going to Hitler Ger-1 la|,|v regain power. Mr. Altmaiei
many in 1937 was "hunger." How- expressed tearthat Germany anew
ever, the JWV asked: "What did democratic government would be
.... ... .___...... ..( tint.
Nazi Germany have that could not
be infinitely surpassed by free
America, even in a period of eco-
nomic depression? Ex and a hand
iul like him are unique among the
thousands upon thousands of
Americans of German birth who
chose to place their faith in the
American system and to give this
country their wholehearted loyalty
in peace and war."
While Mr. Ex's application re-
mained blocked in the House, an-
Katz, Rice on Film
Forum at Beth Sholem
Irvin Katz and Wilfor Rice, prin-
cipals of Miami Beach Senior and
Junior High School and Nautilus
Junior High School, respectively,
were discussants at the Film
Forum of Temple Beth Sholom on
Wednesday evening.
Featured was: Meeting The
Needs Of Adolescents. The forum
is under the sponsorship of Beth
Sholom's PTA. of which Mrs. Irv-
ing B. Kaplan is president
Mrs. Alexander Kogan is chair-
man oi the series which takes place
on alternate Wednesdaj evenings.
Sydney J. Greenberg. educational
director of Beth Sholom, acted as
moderator of the discussion which
followed the showing of the iilm
jeopardized by a restoration of mi
itarism. He pointed out that of-
ficers of the 12 proposed German i
divisions would include a number
with ss and SA backgrounds
Cultural Center Sit
Third Annual
The Jewish cultural cj
open its third annual I
Saturday evening. januMli,
The affair ls ^heffil
through Sunday and M,,*
Featured will be J
including ladies' and m*a
and gift items ,Iomega
will be servt.d from 5 ,3
midnight. The Center u
l-enox Avenue, Miami
Rev. Baehr is Guest of
Local Palestine Group
Rev Karl Baehr, executive di
rector of the American Christian
Palestine Committee, was guest oi
honor Tuesday at a luncheon spon-
sored by the Greater Miami chap
ter of the American Christian
Palestine Committee at the Miami
Women's club.
Or H. Franklin Williams, vice
president of the University oi Mi-
ami, was chairman of the meeting
Mrs I. .1 McCaffrey, Miami civic
leader, co chairmen of the Amer-
ican Christian Palestine commit
tee, served as cochairmen.
Funds lor Youth Aliyah
The Stephen S Wise Group of
Hadassah will hold its weekly min-
yon card game lor Youth Aliyah
at the Monte Carlo Hotel on Thurs-
day, Femruary 4th. 1 p m j
Dave Levinaon. hotel operator and co-ownw of the Algiers
Hotel, sells the first ticket of a dinner being given in hi honor
on Sunday, March 7th. to Samuel ReinharoJ. chairman of the
affair. The dinner will be given by Yeshivq Torah Vodaath,
Theological Seminary in Brooklyn, New York. Looking on is
Rabbi P. Briskman. Professor of Talmud at the Seminary.
Ophthalmologist to Discuss
Lens Magic at Spinoza Forum
Dr. Joseph I Pascal will be prin
cipal speaker at the Spinoza Out-
door Forum on Saturday, afternoon,
3 p.m., on the lawn of the home
ol Dr. Abraham Wolfson, Uth
Street and ocean Court
Subject of Or Pascal's talk is:
The Magic Of The Lens The gpesk
er is a lecturer in ophthalmology
at the New York Medical School
and Hospital and author of the W
cent book. Studies In Visual Op-
tics. Charles II I.ee will preside.
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I f J- I I I PAGE 6 A Miss Dorothv Kastner Becomes Bride Of Arthur Zuch; to Beside in Aberdeen On January 22nd. at Temple Beth Sholom. Hiu Dorothy K.,-: ner. daughter of Mrs Mollie K.if ner. Los Angeles. California, and the late flyman Kastner. became the bride of Arthur George Zuch. son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zuch. 10040 West Bay Harbor Drive. Miami Beach, and Mount Vernon. New York. Rabbi Leon Krom-h officiated Best man was David Zuch. of New Rochelle. New York, brother (I the groom. Mrs. David Zuch acted as matron of honor. A cocktail party and formal dinner followed at the Saxony HofeL The bride selected a champagne color imported silk gown, ballerinalength, with bouffant skirt, strapless fitted bodice trimmed with matching lace and bolero jacket. Her nose veil was attached to a eloche of matching lace She carried orchids on a Bible. Her only piece of jewelry' was a strand of pearls, gift of Mr. and Mrs Herman Zuch. The bride attended UCLA and is a member of Sigma Delta Tau Sorority. Mr Zuch received the BS degree at Carnegie Institute of Technology. He is a member of Tau Delta Phi Fraternity. After the wedding, the couple flew to Havana. Yeradera Beach and Nassau for an extended honeymoon. They will live in Aberdeen. Maryland, at the Army Chemical Center, where the groom IN in service. Kane, Datz Will Live in Jacksonville Mia Barbara Kane and Albert Jack Datz were united in marriage OB Sunday by Rabbi Leon Kronisfl in his study at Temple Beth Sholom. The bride's only Miss Edith Ruggeri Ben the groom's brother of i. Florida, was best man. Newlywed Mrs D a I .the i aughter i : MrElizabeth K ne, 7333 Dick lis Beach, in whose home the I lion was held. Mr Datz is tl : Mr and Mrs. Herbert DaU 3001 SW Street. Following a motor •I Orleans and West Virginia, the (ouple will reside in Jacksonville Mrs. Arthur Georqe Zuch Photo b Ard Masada Oneg Shabbat Masada Miami Beach Young Adult Zionist District will be hosts at an Oneg Shabbat on Friday night. January 29!h. in the home i Miss <;ilda Rappaport. 915 • 8th Street. Miami Beach. According to Aya Bricklin. program chairman. the evening will include a test and refreshments <•— %  June will mean wedding bells for Miss Barbara N. Bressler and David Gordon Miller. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mr3. Louis Bressler, New York City. Mr. Miller, who is the son of the Mitchell P. Millers. 4311 Granada Boulevard, Coral Gables, attended the University of Florida and the U of M. He entered the Armed Forces David Oloismon David Glassman lo Become Bar Mitzvah David Glassman son of Mr and MrMax Glassman, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning %  I Congregation Beth .lamb Rah bi Mosei Mescheloff will officiate A reception in the Whitman Hall will follow the ceremony, and a dinner reception for relatives and friendwill be held at Harfem-t David ia native Miamian and a pupil ol the Beth Jacob Religious •School He ial>o attendIda \| fisher Junior IIi-h School He is active in athleticand has won several medaland ribbons in the local Recreation Department sports program. Ar,-.ong out-of-town guestwho will be present for the occasion are Mr. and Mrs Julius Vinik of Deal. New Jersey; MrMary Glassman and Mrs Anna Resnick. of Newark, New Jersey: and Mr and Mrs^Jerry Pasin, of Brooklvn. New IPERSONALLY S P E AKING Rabbi and Mrs Alexander Gross announce the birth of their -on. Shaul Shraga. on Friday. January 1 15th at Mount Sinai Hospital Rabis principal of the H< I li my. %  An open house on fcbriiarv 7tll %  at the home of his mother. Mn Faj Pollack. 2508 SW UN h i, will celebrate Richard Samuel Pollack's graduation from the [Universit) ol Florida with a dein architecture Richard • m the US Marine I orpj for two yean Hifraternity is l'i Lambda Phi. The open house will take place from 1 to 5 p m %  Visiting at the Harrison Hotel. Miami Beach iZ Spier, of Brooklyn. New York, representative for the Jewish Daily Forward He will be joined by Mrs. Spier next week • I>r Morton L. Hammond left Miami this week to attend a convention of the American Academy of Allergy in the Shamrock Hotel at Houston. Texas. He was accompanied on the trip by M/t. Ham mond. The convention opened Thursday and is scheduled to conclude on February 3rd. %  fr ft Mr and Mrs. Leonard Frucht man. of Toledo. Ohio, and Mrs Chester Devenow and their children are at the Lombards Hotel to -pond -ome time with their parents, the Charles FruchtmanMr and Mrs Warren .1 Sussin, of Kingston. New York, announce the birth of their son on January 25th. The new arrival joins his sister, Linda Rose. Grandparents are Mrs Leon Honig, ol 3530 s\v Kith Street, Miami They will ten dor | reception on Sunday night Mrs, Ida Optner leavetor Waah Ington, DC. to attend a B'nai B'rith district meeting From there, -he will travel to New York. where she will vi-n her son. Phil, and daughter, MrM Simpson. • %  Miss Phyllis T Schermer, daugh ter ol Mr and Mrs Slgmund W Schermer, graduates from the Universit) ol Miami with honoron Februarj l-t A Hillel Council leader. Miss Schermer is also a member of Alpha Lambda Delta. Helta Theta Mu and (lamina Alpha Chi Milton Friedman. Miami attorn, y and national youth commissioner of B'nai B'rith. has left to attend i district meeting ol the organization in Washington, D.C this week end FRIDAY. JANUARY 29, a Double Ceremony to Mark Bar Mitzvoth Of Howard Jerome, Steven Alan Tendn A double Bar Mitzvah will mark man Kleinberg, New Yorfc-i Korsons Choose New Orleans llniu'vnionn Saturday morning services at Beth David Congregation, when Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches officiate over the confirmations of Howard Jerome Tcndnch and Steven Alan Tendrich. The confirmands are cousins and sons respectively of Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Tendrich, 1755 SW 21st Avenue, and Mr and Mrs. Samuel Tendrich, 1801 SW 21st Avenue. Howard Jerome is an eighth grade student at Shenandoah Junior High School, where he is a member of the band, secretary of his Home Room and treasurer of the eighth grade Youth Guidance Association A pupil of Doth David Religious School, he will read the Haftorah and address the congregation. Sti ven Alan also attends Shenandoah Junior High School, where he ia member of the Varsity Basket hall Team Along with hicousin, he belonged to the Shenandoah | Elementary Bicycle Drill Team that ha' been invited to Washington tw i yearin a row to win iirst priie there at an AAA meeting. \ reception will follow the ceremo. j at the synagogue A dinner In the Ba Mitzvah boyhonor will be held at the Phillis Kapp MM 11111 Coral Gables, on Sunday etW mug Honored guests will include III ir grandpan nts, Mr and Mrs. 1 seph Tendrich, 747 West Avenue, %  nd Mrs Sail) Gardner, 1560 Meridian Avenue Out-Ol tow.i guestl present will be Mr and Mrs Hy r A i 1 1 i> }} Mrs. Harold Morris. Chicago Mrs. Ruth Gasko, Tel Aviv. Uncles and aunts w ho will I Howard Jerome and Steven include Mr. Mote Tendrich. Dr."i Mrs. Max Tendrich. Mr. and Malvin Englander, Mr. and Morris Tepper, Dr and Mrs. Gardner, Mr. and Mrs Lloyd I ner and Mr. and Mrs Nathan! ter. Carmen Cavallaio, poet OH the piano, headlines at laj Rue restaurant. New policy] presents scci3ty dinner danc-j ing to the strains of the Adler orchestra. SiMiiiaf KOSHER CATERERS Weddings Bar Mitzvahs KulTets • Garden Parties i 1 CAT BRIHO A Cumplett StMM •> %  Party Too Small No Party Too Uril ''" %  Dade Boulevard Miami Beach Wl if \., Anawwt Oil S< l*i Kabbmitdi Sur-cn-uion Millstones Announce Esther's Betrothal iM^tSf Paul Ml "*ears in e MM* eS He is a mem **r of Midwestern B'nai B'rith Young Mist Ellen Leahan and Larry Korson wenthe tir-t couple to be married in the North Shore Jewish '' Their ritewere s ,,| t In nized on December 26th. The bnde is the daughter ol Mr %  nd MrSa.m.ei Leahan, 2590 SW %  1'h S'ree, M,.,,,,, She was at !" *S*S*S*^* S .j l m S 4. 2 ,.:. S .;gg '"' 1 ,"' 1 h > he rsisterinlaw. Mrs ;'•'> Lohan, ol Philadelphia, as ,„a iron ol honor Goldsmith, Orlando, was maid „, honor Bridesmaids were Miu Ml mi August and Mia Ann Serrant Acting a, beat man was Wallace r riedman. Mr Kor-on ,,he son o| Mr Lillian Konon, 605 %  84th Street Miami Beach rollowmgaweddms.riptoNew Orleans, the aewlywedj an home in Miami Beach %  .r-^atsccrLears Arc Hosts to Szold Hadassah Henr p a Szold Hadassah discus %  sion group will be guesta oflir and Mrs Edward Uar on Saturd/v evening. 8 p.m., a ^ A ? ay Road, Miami Beach A,ton GIRLS 23rd Season Same Ownership BOYS "'CM IN rl POCOHOS Pine Forest Camp cordially invites you to attend their first Florida Sunshine Reunion Saturday, iunaary 30th, 1954 1 to 4 pj* Hollywood Beach Hotel Hollywood, Florida %  ,,l,,h Ww*.„, Se#..Jrs. SW M-. Ommn, (m, MOVMI Writ, or Coll: MRS. ROSfi IMIRY. 110 N.I. 7SH. St.. Mi.* Phone 0441O2



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3 t PAGE 4 B JmisMcrklfrn FRIDAY. JANUARY 29, u 1.500 Youth Will Participate ia CJA Rally More than 1.500 boys and girls of Greater Miami's Jewish schools will participate in a Combined Jewish Appeal rally on Sunday morning. 10 a.m.. January 31. at the Miami Bayfront Auditorium. The event is the official kiCkoff date for the Combined Jewish Ap peal Youth Division under the supervision and coordination of Louis Schwartzman. executive director of the Board of Jewish Education. The program will be headlined by television star and ventriloquist Mickey O'Day. A two hour program of entertainment will include movies, cartoons, a surprise visitor, well known in the Held of enter tainment. and musical selections by youth groups. Hundreds of students will hand in their "treasure kits'' containing a personal contribution to the Combined Jewish Appeal, and a preliminary announcement of the total raised will be made by campaign officials. Luncheon Meeting Dy, Weekly luncheon m e eti n r m the Miami Beachlsr,, 1 z 10nj J trict will be held a, th c Tl D Hotel on Wednesday afterSfj noon. February 3rd accorffla an announcement this week £1 Phil Salmon, master of ceremom Compare TETLEY TEA with any other bran 1 \ow l\.lina.itn Program Slated NEW YORK—A new adult Jewish education program in which thousands of men and women all over the world will be able to take part was adopted Sunday by the executive section of the B'nai B'rith Advisory Committee on the Institutes of Judaism, it was announced by Maurice A. Weinstein, chairman. The committee, which is composed of Jewish scholars writers and educators from all parts of the country, met here in all day session at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. Among those who took part in the discussions were Dr. Abraham A. Neuman, president of Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning: Dr. Salo \V. Baron. Pro-1 fessor of Jewish History at Columbia University; Dr. Abraham J.I Heschel, of the Jewish Theological Seminary, author of many books! on Jewish philosophy and religion; Dr. Solomon Grayzel, of the Jew-; ish Publication Society; Mrs. Ju-' dith Eisenstein, leading Jewish i music educator; Rabbi Morris Ad-! ler, religious leader of Detroit, | Michigan; and Rabbi Emanuel Rackman, of Yeshiva University. ritsky on February 17th is being planned by vish Center. Seated Sisterhood president Mrs. Joseph A. Frucht Samuel Upton, Henry ^ Li P ,on The Kusevitsky conce: nesday, February 17th. at 8:30 p.m. piano are general ih them are (left to rightl ,he Mesdames Charles Fruchtman. Newly Organized JWV Post in Hialeah To Install Officers Sunday Evening Newly organized Hialeah Miami Springs Poal No. 681 of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States will be installed at 8 p.m.. Sunday. January 31st. in the Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish Center Officers of the new Post are of Miami Beach and Abe Aronovitt, of Miami. Also expected to attend are I-ew Phillip-. JWV National Executive Committeeman: Captain Lester Soldz. JWV Past Department Commander: Daniel N. Heller. JWV State Department Senior Vice Com Commander M a x Goldstein. Sr. Vice Commander Ted Lingaton. I m7indCT;lMiv^orn5"KolofL JWV Junior Vice Commander Jack Rack-1 Aim i jarv Department president; ear. Adjutant Charles Levin. QuarMp Aimce O(|jno e(lj(or of hc '(Dade County Veteran: Mae W Weiner, past JWV Auxiliary na women's auxiliaries. The opening prayer will be given by JWV Department Honorary Chaplain. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. and the closing prayer by the new Post's honorary Chaplain, Rabbi Harry Ettinger. The colors will be presented by the Dade County Guard of Honor of JWV under Command of Major Kenneth Braid I man. JWV Department PhotograI pher Jerome Eisenberg will supervise photography. Israelite Center PTA To Hear Dr. Friedman PTA of the Israelite Cnter will hold a monthly meeting on Monday evening, February' 8th. 8 p.m.. at the Center. Guest speaker will be Dr. Harold Friedman. Subject of his topic is scheduled as: How To Improve Your Child's Personality. Sol Koenigsberg, president of the PTA. announced that a discussion period will follow the lecture. Theodore Robinson. Surgeon Dr. Leon Eisenman. Assistant Surgeon Dr. Charles Alenier. and Officerof-the-Day Larry Krutt. Trustees include Lester Kahn, Leon Silverman and Irwin Himot. Principal speaker will be Joseph A. Boyd. Jr., American Legion Department Commander. JWV State Department Commander Willard H. Bender will be master of ceremonies. Among dignitaries invited to attend are the majors of local communities, including Henry Milan der. of Hialeah. William C. Herrell, of Miami Springs, Harold Shapiro. tional president; as well as repre sentatives of all Dade County veterans organizations, including their Dinner is Kosher-Catered The Hebrew Academy Dinner, which attracted some 600 persons to the Di Lido Hotel on Sunday. January 17th, was kosher-catered under the supervision of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. of the Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth, and Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky. of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth, according to an announcement tihs week. •FAMOUS SINCE 1S37 M then Compare TETLET TEA wit* My other brand rfrW Let MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtel Director 5505 N. W. 3rd St Phono 87-8201 IT'S TASTi THAT COUNTS WOLFFS BROWN KASHE it to tempting ... grand at a breokfoit cereal, in toupi, for fillings and trotting!, counties! fat* cinotmg "OW World" treott and intriguing modem dithet. A tasty, nutritious replacement for potatoes, rice, beont, and Other tide dithet. 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U,JANUAHY2?J954_ l*l*tinr>rMlnn PAGE 7B Lou hopens Brief Shutdown hr YORK .rrhnion, Israel fu„. o( Technology in Haifa. mP A lull operation last week Riving been closed down for L, it habeen announced by Wunsch, president of the Uan Technion Society. The fut,. was reopened on Janufcmh Wunsch "-"id. adding that Kutdown was "not without ^ch staled thai it developed )( ihcr.il 1 > that shook many ,laceni friends of the school ie | and here into productive It created a worldwide reition <>f Technion's role in (is future The government w n given a new and greater mm M the essential nature :hnion." manner in which friends of iion rallied to the school's ,rt during the "20-day darkwas a heartening developWunsch said. He viewed this [is one of the clearest indicathat we may iook now to a it and fruitful luture for lien hnion was closed on DecemIh, after il wai found imposto meet the Institute's neexpenses. In announcing Jpeninf ul Technion. Wunscn ,,1,, ih importance of conthe s Jety'l increased lenanre su| | rt Instruction rimming Planned unt\ wide instruction in rung, life saving and First [arethe goals of Donald G. hey. newi) appointed direcBf Safety Services for the i County Chapter of American iCross. ointment of Northey, a vetof 20 years in Red Cross was announced here by Mau| Klein, the local chapter's nteer chairman for Safety Northey was with the fcland. Ohio, chapter of Red previously. % tin said Northey is already ork un plans to expand the 'Chapter's training in First land Water Safety Practices. I will be accomplished by pro |g classes which will train in Ion wh i, in turn, will teach ping and r'irsl Aid to many throughout hade County. I 't yen 8.901 Dade Persons Orkin Reviews Latest Pest Control Methods Orkin Exterminating Company held its aaAual managers' conference recently, assembling more than 350 managers and other ig pcrvisory personnel from the firm's 24 state territories; the District of Columbia and Cuba. All of the sessions were held in the Dinkier Plaza, headquarters for the Conference. Otto-..Orkin..' founder no prosi dent, a nationally known figure in the pest control industry, personally delivered a welcoming speech at the opening session. In his keynote address, Perry Kaye, 1st vice president, reviewed the progress of the company during the past year. He stated that more than 40 new Orkin offices were established, and operations were commenced in two heretofore uncovered states: Nebraska and Colorado. At peak season during the past year, there were more than 2,000 people on Orkin's payroll. During the various business sessions, department heads from Orkin headquarters brought managers up to date on latest methods of past control and sanitation practices. Under the direction of William Orkin, vice president, the Orkin Fair was held at which each department had on display in various booths new equipment, new truck designs for the Orkin fleet of trucks, advertising programs and accounting procedures An important portion of the MI sion was the discussion of OrkinTox, the new pipe system of triple protection, terminate pre-treating program which Orkin launched in several pilot locations during the past year. The system will be introduced in each Orkin territory during the coming year. Under the direction of Alvin E. Bindig, this program is being promoted with home builders and specifying agents. Orkin now operates 277 offices, which serve over 3,000 communities from principal cities of 24 states, the District of Columbia and the Island of Cuba. North Shore Sisterhood Plans Fashion ShowLewis Fashions will present a fashion show for members of the North Shore Jewish Center Sisterhood on Monday. February 3rd, 12:30 p.m.. at the Center. In charge Of reservations are the Mesdames Jan Neross and Kozlyn Kishberg. Hi' Sisterhood participated in a book review of Nathan Ausabel's Treaaury of Jewish FofclwThursd%v. Guest reviewer was Gerson Miller, Miami Beach attorney. Shafkin Xamed Hoard Chairman I.ouis Shafkin has been named chairman of the Miami Beach Planning Board. ShafRin was a member of the Board since its inception. Named vice chairman is Thomas J. Bowler. Other members include Lew Braverman. Joseph H. Gardner, Morris Gardner, Mrs. Frances Jnsenh. N. Douglas Raff and Gerald Schwartz. A resident of Miami Beach for almost 30 years. Shafkin belongs to the Masons, Shrine. Elks, Civic League, is president of the Dade Chapter of the National Cardiac Home, the 14 Club and holds an honorary membership in the Police and Firemen's Association. Shafkin is also an associate patron of the Eastern Star Faith Chapter No. 255. LEGAL NOTICE took part in the Red Cross swimming classes. Viiis training, Klein pointed trot, is essential to young people in view of Dade's many rockpit.s and its long shoreline which encourages water sports. [ ed Lesse r (center), president of the Miami Beach Apartment e Association, appoints Dan Broad (second from left) and s 9 Schatzman (second from right) to represent the associa"i the 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. Aaron '" er general chairman, has named Broad and Schctzman "airmen of the CJA Apartment House Division. Others >wn are Al Osheroff (left) and Meyer Teigman (right) who erve as division vice chairmen. Lesser announced plans "^ch 1.9CH Miami Beach Apartment House Owners, lesand managers to invite their participation in the annual e which supports Israel and 54 world-wide and local wel%  nstitutions. J Survey Hints of Racial, {Mow Issues in Probe *VORK ,WNS) -The possiot the involvement of racial P^f"" factors in the trou I I* 1 'on Monmouth, where Sen-1 LctT 1! Mc, ar,hy "*"** • Imt ,;"'""">' investigations. I ,n 'l this week in the New Is k-'T '" an article b V Peter riving says that the history L n '"" 1S : '" (l reinvesf*hich have been going at f "onmouth ilncc 1948 % %  ,,* r ""• unproved contentions 1 bigot U 8 Un<1 r, 1,gious and ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *Jenlstincrk/i&n solicit! your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Phone 2-4366 for messenger IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 165*92 HELEN U. QOULD, I'l.iini n vn. QEOROE P. QOULD, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tu. COL. GBORGE p. iiiii'i.i) 1106 20th Street .v w u ., ihlnjton, 11 C Toil ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ill,it a urn of Complaint for Divorce li i l..-.-il filed attains! yini In Ih.. it'"\. .-11111 I.-f yflui AhVVrr' to' 6M IKJb *4>Miuiiuia>t oi Hi.. Plaintiff's attorneya, and fil. ih original In Ih.office of the Clerk of ih.Circuit Court on or before the .'.'lid (UU ^f K.-lll 111,1 V. I'.I.. I. irlll.-IU Si.i Decree I'lo ConfMao will litentered .K.I IIIN( you. Thin ri.lieshall I... i>tildlshod once .-Hrh w.-.-k fni four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH VIA iRIDIAN. Hai.il at Miami. Florida, this 20lh day of January, 1'.4. E. B. I.KATHKRMAN Clerk, I'lrciiil Court By: WM. w. BTOCKINO Deputy clerk PALMiTT. SILVER Mll.LOY Ail-it ii.-\ ifor I'lniniiff Til Congress Building, Miami, Kkirlibt I/S2-29 — 2/6-12 LEGAL NOTICE Schwartz Again Elected Isidore Schwartz will head the Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Association as president for a third successive term. He was elected to office on January 18th. The group will hold a Board meeting on Monday evening, February 1st, 8 p.m., at the Town Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai tile undersigned, dextrin* to rnmuiin husincss under the fictitious name of LA PAMPA REST.W'ltANT AND SANDWICH SHOP. .11 T: \V Kinkier Si intends to register said name with the cl.ik of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Horlda. JOSE EHONTONII.I.A I — 2/5-12 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 165681 GWENDOLYN DAVIES BTORCH, Plaintiff, va. flERALl i (1LENN 8T< 'IH'H. I lefendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION Tl • i IEILAI.I i UI.ENN BTI >RI 'II 76 ii) Bi iil Ro i-i Indian n ill. Cincinnati, • ii. Von .1 h. i eb] ntlfl. i thai -i Bill nf t*omplalnt f"i Divorce haa i-.-ii ill ,ii-. net you, and you are li.-i.-i i. ( ,ii. .i to nerve H fop) <-f > our Anawei tu the Bill "f Complaint on I lid file III. h ,,i Anew, i in the office of the i 'le k of the i 'iinil Court on oi oefo Ignd da) ol Eebt uarj. r.'.M: • t li the all. K il ; ""~ "' ~ i' 1 BUI of < 'omplaint "ill be taken > %  oonl against you i this 20th day "i January, 1854. i: B L.BATHKRMAN, i l.i k .-f i 'il ul 'mill It II RICE. JR., (v,.ai) IJeputs Clerk OK" >RfJE I TAUIANOFP, ESQ. All., in. -v foi Plaintiff IL'II Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. I 22-29 — 5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that the underslfnad, deairlna to engace In bualneaa under the flctftloua name of 'DEBRA LYNN SHOP", at lii^l Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to register said name erlUi the Clark "i tha Circuit Court ol Dade County. Florida. WILLIAM FOX, .111. Sole imii.-i EDWARD H REKNICK Attorne) for '•Debra Lynn Shop" — 2 5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IHEREBY GIVEN thai the underlined, deairlna to engage In -in.i. i the tu I it ionnan f ,I*PLIANCE CENTER, at 1f LONDON PINTERS, at 10K0 E. 24th Street, Hialeah. Klor'..;... Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LARRY LONDON y 1080 B. '-Mth Street, Hialeah STANLEY JOEL LEVINS, ESQ. Altoin.-\ f.-r London i'laters till Llnroln Road, Miami Beach, Fla, I I 15-22-29 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 165779 MARY CAIRO, Plaintiff, VINCENT CAIRO, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE You. VINCENT CAIRO, IO-82 IS&th si s Oaone Park, Long laland, Nea York: are berabj notlfiad thai a Lill our Answ.-r or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, CLAUDE M. BARNES, L'.':: E. Hauler St. Miami. III. and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2nd day of March. IBM, If you fail to do so. judgment hy default will I..taken Bgalnat you for the relief demanded in the I'.ill of Complaint Thia notl.-e shall !.puhllshed once each w-.-ek for four conaecutlve ateeke in THE JEWISH PLORID1AN. DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami. Florida, tin-.ih day of January, A D E. it. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Clr.-ult Court. Dad.County, hlorlda. B> V, I!. Ma. -LA HEN. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk CLAUDE M BARNES Attorney for Plaintiff I/M — 2/6-12-lf CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PREH ENT8 SHALL COME, GREETINGS: Win' MARX M PABER. MIAMI. I'l.i UCI I • \ RICHARD K PINK, MIAMI FLORIDA ELIZABETH L. CI'II.LI: MIAMI, I LURID \ did on the lifl.-.nlli rli.y of April, A.D ...uae t.. be Incorporated undi the provialons of ('liapti ..-i-, I %  Htatntei., \MI:I:I.' w REci iRD i 'I'KILI "1'nii.s, INC.. a %  • rni with ii i i inpal jl i>l %  i MIAMI. DADE I'lil'NTV. In th..Of l-'loiiil.i. ami whei.-a> the |" 'i col Pol a l ion I. cauae to be filed in the office of the Kecrei.in ..r siat.oi tin state of Florida, .. duly authenticated resolution edopt<-d i.\ the sio, kiioiders under the pro%  inone "f said i !h iptei tM, Florid Htatutaa, showinK the dissolution ..f so. ii orporattpa. Now, therefore, the Secretary of State does herel,\ Certify to the to'. going and-thai he la natiefted thai the i .-Hililelnents of law lla\e lieeli c..inpllad with IN WITNESS WHEREOF, ha\. hereunto eel my hand ,-nd have affixed the Great Real of Hi., state of Florida, .'1 Tallahassee. the Capital. thia the Twentieth day of .lanuii ii. AD. 1954. IL A. CRAY. Set ratal • "f State. (HEAL) i _"i i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the iimici s.un.-.!. desiring to engagi in bualneaa under the flctltloua name • %  < I'l.i i r.EI.I.E ATI'S, at 1201-8221 East Lav Marian Drive, Ba) Uarboi Iiland, Florida, Intend to raglater th. aald nun.wlih the Clerk of the Court of Da.le County, Florida WILLIAM POL1 'CK HERMAN Ll'DWIlj I ". 12 i I NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE • NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai in virtue of Chapter 87S of statutes Annotated ILUII, Wat houeemen and Warehouae l:.-.ii-i-. -i A o TRANSFER A WARE: li H> E CO., IN''.. a Floi Ida (am. h., virtue of Iti uai.-hou has In Ita poaaeaalon the followlni di .rilied propert j I'SED SILK SCR i: I: N sumEQl'IPMENT athe prop< i' > ol MR s W SEWELL, "i n ,\ K 159th Terrace, taken from 881 H \\ 12th Avenue, and L'SED RCNDRY STORE EQUIPMENT and ITXTI'HES I rop. rts ol MR H > ECBANKS, nf :•!'.. s w. lull Avenue, taken from 800 s w 12th Avenue, ami thai on the 8th da) of FV in %  during the legal hours of sale, malnl) h.-tw-.n II 00 II and 1:00 In I %  fternoon, at 2048 N Miami Avenue, Miami. Florida, the undersigned shall offer for tale to th.highest bidder for caah In hand tha above deacribed propert) as the propert) of Mr Sewell and Mi Euhanks DATED at Minn. Florida, thli 25th da) of January, 1854. \ O TR \ vsi-ci! & W AltEIH USi: C( i INC, i n — 11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK*HEREBY GIVEN that the underaigned, deairlna to engag. In l.uslness tinder the flctUloui nai I "THE SWEATER MART', al 1804-A Washlnuton Aventte, Miami l lorlda, intends to ratTlatar said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of 11.ul,County, l-iorlda. WILLIAM P IX, JR Sol.11 i et EDWARD S RESNICK Minnii-v for "I'll. Sweater '•' • — 5-12 NOTICE TO DEFEND IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 165741 RL'DA It LENDMAN, Plaintiff, \ i ARNOLD II LBNDM \ V Defend*! SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: AKNol.D II LENDMAN o Mlti h.-ii Lendman i '. i: -i 16th Pati i -i IL New Ji You are hereb) notified that %  B omplalnl for Divorce he aga nat ou, and ) ou are i ..I to serve a cops of your Answei • Pleading to the DIM "f i 'ompl i the plaint rrAttoi nej -, .\n ERS, II I:IM \\ ,\ KAPLAN, 850 Se) b Building, Miami, Florida, and file the ii.,l A ii-M .-i oi I 'le idlng in i he fiie of the Clerk of the Circuit Court mi or before the lai day ol March, 1884. if con fall to do s... Judgment b) default will intaken agalnat you for the relief demanded in the BUI Of ('ompla Int. This notice shall lie published OIK • %  each week foi four conaecut *• e/eaka in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this :'lst day of January. AD. lfS4. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Couit. I ad. County, FTortda lt\ WM W STOCK INC. %  Circuit Court Heal) l>e|iuty clerk MYERS. HELM AN KAPLAN Attorneys for Plaintiff .,, a Beybold llullding. Miami. Fluid. 1/28 — 5-12-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underaigned, dealring to engagi bualneaa under the fictitious name of SYDNEY BEAUTY SUPPLY CO., at 15 Collins Avenue, intends to raglater aald name with the Clerk of the C cult Court ol Dade County, Florida. SYDNEY SOBELSON A .1 KAPLAN \: toi ue\ for Applicant Lincoln Ro "I %  I I..-J:'-J : I — : %  :. IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 29634-B RE ESTATE OF NELLIE S I'" i|'LS< >N I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE N< Til R In. %  i the esl ite ul Nld.l.li: s P( ifLSi >N elect ehr an i. 1954, vt orable IRANK R I W LI Ml I I Judgi ol D oi' Counl > Florida :..| f. (in -l.i • tdmit • %  it, .a N Ll.l.li: S I'' H 'LSI IN, ,-d This lth il.n oi .1 inn .1 li i \LII-I-: i: TH u:r. MYERS. HEfM \N KAI'l. 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IwV Puts Skids on ffizenship Try of lazi Theodore Ex By MILTON FRIEDMAN Jtwi*h Telegraphic Agency WASHINGTON — The Jewish Var Veterans organization, whose hcmbers participated in defeating Nazis on the battlefielda of forope. ha> prevented a fawner Cm from regaining his American Eiizenship at a time when some insider it "unfashionable" to opL se ex-Hitlerites and the remiliLrization of Germany. The JWV igistered such a strong objection j a Senate bill which would have [stored citizenship to Alfred TheJdor Ex that the bill, otherwise (estined for passage, has now been ligeun-holril Tjjr. EX served from 1929 in the friends of New Germany and later the Amerika Deutscher Volksiuni — the Nazi Bund of Fritz luaa. He held the rank of Wereleitw until 1937, when he went (i.ii : %  and assumed German jitizeesaip In 1M€ ne was found uiky i making false statements i a US vice consul in Berlin about lis fast Nazi affiliations. Mr. Ex's jui reason lor joining the Bund Las that it gave him "a chance to luted closed meetings in which pe race question. In which I was try iaterested, was discussed." la 1953. Sen. William Langer, hairaaan of the Senate Judiciary Nttee. saw fit to introduce a bill to restore citizenship i Mr. Ex. The Jewish Telegraphic Igency reported this development. he JWV lost no time in going bin action. Former national comlanders Jesse Moss and Julius Jlein got in touch with members the House after the Senate passthe Langer bill. Rep. Louis E. raham, chairman of the House ^migration subcommittee, agreed i delay the measure in the House htil JWV leaders could state their bjections. I Mr. Ex's American attorney, orge C. Dix. the a, realized that would have to persuade the )KV lo withdraw objections before could get his client into the %  sited States with restored -citizenip Knowing the JWV's outstandbg anti-Communist record, Mr. Dix Wed that allegations that the jerman-American Bund served |erman Nazism were the products Communist propaganda in this buntry. But the JWV replied that the Bund's servitude to Nazism (Communist propaganda, then the CummuniMs have been able to |upe every attorney general who as held office since subversive %  stings wire first initiated, includrthe Republican incumbent, lerbert Brownell. These gullibles rould also include the House UnAmerican Activities Committee of ne 82nd Congress, which lists the Fund in its Guide to Subversive %  rganizations. and whose memberj"P included Rep. Harold H. rclde. chairman of the present louse Committee on Un-American %  etivities.'' The JWV said that if fr. Dix s charges were correct Pen, "among the innumerable pa/wtic and civic organizations Inich reached 'Communist-inducd judgments on the Bund would f the American Legion ." Mr Dix tried to tell the JWV Iwt Mr Ex "had some Jewish anf stors. and for that reason alone "uld not under the Nazi regime Continued on Pag* 16 1 Graduation ^li^wiislbJEIliDJpidiigun x cis S et MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1954 SEC. B New Markets Crow as Israel Products Grcle Globe tVWi strtnr} Mat**: MM/ TT. Israel's Steady Customers England Citrus, cigarettes E. Europe Citrus U.S.A. Wines, textiles Turkey Autos, stoves Uruguay Pencils Brazil Watches Finland Autos Denmark CvUy Columbia Pencils Italy Plastic, Australia Cement Sweden Autos, textiles Cyprus Phosphates E. Africa Utensils, drugs Norway Citrus Holland Textiles Ireland Phosphates Belgium Fruits For Saturday Graduation exercises of the English classes sponsored by the National Council of Jewish Women and the Dade County Board of Public Instruction will be held on Saturday evening, January 30th, 8:30 p.m., at the Town Branch of the Greaser Miami Jewish Community Center. The graduating class includes Judy Asatanowicz, Sonia August, Mary Bukstel, Lucia Carrasco, Ninon Consuegra, Hannah S. Coopers mit h. Bertha Diaz, Yetta Gertzenberg. Henry Gotfraind, Hanna Haase, Johanna H. Hirsch, Minnie Kanner, Eugenia E. Rosenberg, Rivka Rosenthal, Wolf Rubinstein, Rose Silberstraus and Ida Tatarsky. Principal address will be delivered by L. W. Henderson, assistant director of the Evening Division. Lindsey Hopkins Vocational School. He will be introduced by Mrs. Reuben Rochkind, of Council. The program will also include an invocation by Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, president of the Miami Beach Division of Council; greetings by Mrs. Sid Lewis, chairman of the Service to Foreign-Born Comaaittee; greetings from Mrs. Aaron Kanner, president of the Greater Miami Section of Council; greetings from Mayor Abe AronoviU from the City of Miami. Class participation by Mrs. Joel Belov, teacher; vocal selections by Rita Bukstel, accompanied by Dr. Paul Beck; certificate awards presented to graduates by Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, national Board member of National Council of Jewish Women; and the Minnie Kotsuff Memorial Award presented by Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, president of the Miami Division of Council. McDonald to he Guest at Algiers Testimonial on 7th Janes G. McDonald, one of America s noted public figures and this country's first Ambassador to Israel, will visit the Miami area next week and be one of the principal guests at thetestimonial for operators of the Algiers Hotel to be held in the hotel on' Sunday, February 7th. McDonald will present a plaque to Dave Levinson, Charles Posner and Louis Kenin, honoring the hotelmen for their devoted service to Israel. A special committee headed by B L Binder has been placed in charge of arrangements with headquarters at 1628 Collins Avenue. McDonald has been for many years an outstanding authority on international affairs. He was one of the founders of the Foreign Policy Association and served as chairman of the Board, from its inception in 1919. until 1933, when he was appointed League of Nations High Commissioner for German Refugees. As League Commissioner, McDonald was one of the first to recognize the impending threat to world peace implicit in Nazi persecution of the Jews. On his return to America, McDonald was successively an editorial writers for the New York Times and president of the Brookxbles Young Adults *ame New Officers ("oral Cables Young Adult Group f'o Us dfth annual election of facers at a regular meeting remtiy [Elected to head the group for C! !" m,n K >ear was Murray RitF r '"her officers include: 1st vice r" m Lewis Fishbein; 2nd vice %  Went. Barbara Hirsch; 3rd President, Shirley Hirsch; wding secretary, Eleanor Davis; r h Wim secretary, Muriel "menberg, and treasurer, Rene Officers will be formally Intro*d at the first social function Caru y ear a dan< •* the Monte t£ 10 Hotel on Sunday, January Jewish Life Outlawed Behind Iron Curtain. Shuster Tells A JC Group Every positive manifestation of Jewish life has been virtually outlawed behind the Iron Curtain, Zachariah Shuster, director of the American Jewish Committee's European office, told the Greater Miami chapter of AJC last week. Dr. Joseph M. Weidberg. chapter chairman, presided at the meeting which was held in the Grossinger Pancoast Hotel. •The official Soviet thesis on Judaism as described in the Soviet encyclopedia of 1952," Shuster stated, "holds that any expressions | of Jewish autonomous existence j whether it be community organizations and activities, religious be liefs and practices, or Zionism ana other forms of Jewish nationalism are reactionary vestiges of outmoded feudal and capitalist societies. As such, like everything else that is ideologically suspect in the Soviet sphere, they are taboo. The only hope for Jews in Iron Cuttain countries, Shuster main tained, is emigration. "Unfortunately." he pointedI out, "a 20th century exodus from these unhappy lands is impossible. The gates have been shut tight. A short time ago, 200 Jews left Hungary. They represented the last group of legal emigrants permitted to leave under a three-year-old agreement between the Hungarian government and Jewish organizations, calling for a substantial ransom payment to the satellite government for each Jew leaving the country." Turning to the Jewish situation in Western Europe, Shuster said that the pressing post-war problems of relief and rehabilitation had receded with the relative normalization of economic and social life. "Today," he declared, "the main task still confronting (he Jews of Western Europe is that of reconstructing the fabric of community life torn by the war and the German occupation. That means concentrating on the positive aspects of Jewish life. For this, however. Rabbis, teachers and community leaders are needed in much greater numbers. Here is where Continued en Page 5 8 lyn Institute of Arts and Sciences. He was then appointed chairman of the Late President Franklin D. Roosevelt's Advisory Committee on Political Refugees. In 1945, McDonald was named by former President Harry Truman as a member of the AngloAmerican Commission of Inquiry on Palestine. He emerged as a champion of the rights of Jewish victims of Hitler Europe to unlimited immigration into the Jewish Homeland. In 1948. he was appointed US Ambassador to the new State of Israel. He served with distinction two and a half years and, upon his "resignation, was hailed in.Is rael as a friend who had helped cement close ties between America and the new democracy in the Middle East. McDonald is chairman of the Advisory Council of the State of Israel Bond Drive. All guests in the Algiers Hotel at the time of the function, suppliers and businessmen, as well as representatives of civil and hotel associations, are expected to attend the February 7th dinner. PrriHteaf Uttmktwtr Organizations Laud Ike for New Stand WASHINGTON (JTA) — Jewish organizations this week hailed President Eisenhower for the firm position he took against the Bricker Resolution which would drastically restrict the President's constitutional powers of treaty-making. If enacted, the resolution, which is supported by the isolationist elements in Congress, would restrict the United States role in the United Nations and effectively prevent United States adherence to such international agreements as i the Genocide Convention and the proposed Covenant on Human Rights in both of which Jewish groups are deeply interested. National and local Jewish organizations affiliated with the National Community Relations Advisory' Council this week pledged "continuing support" to President Eisenhower on this "grave issue" and, in a leter to the White House, told the President they were "deeply gratified by your reiteration of opposition to the Bricker Amendment." A copy of the resolution adopted by the NCRAC plenary session last October, was sent to the President. It described the Bricker Resolution as detrimental to the security of the country.



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JANUARY 29, 1954 ktt Ihrrtfr in PAGE 7 A Age Newspaper Name Here Age Newspaper, of the Miami Jewish Community Town Branch, will be dison February 1st throughenter and the community. apcr is M archil for a Ind all Ifcn agers arc inmake suggestions, accordannouncement this week. an active teen age girls' ftinc at the Town Branch, iveri commendations from erebral Palsy for its aid in tag dayiris were volunteer teleoperators at the Miami Uditorium on January 23rd and took pledges for doDelta I'M announces the of its new officers: presiDbortj Schoychid; 1st vice |il. Jo> Kane; 2nd vice preshirley Bill; recording secreeonore Horenstein; corresecretary, Barbara Coreasurcr. Sheila Karger; ship chairman. Anita Siaglain. Shirah Skop; parliaihi-torian. Ana Elovitx; l-at arms. Bernice Rosenllation was held on ThurstninJanuary 28th. fa Cohen, president of Tri fcid Marcia Feingold. presi! Phi Sigma Tau. announced eir teen age groups plan|joint (unction at Crandon Thursday. mm \amea Workers go Wilson and Jim Henderchairmen of the Odham for Dr committee in Dade Counannounced area managers Obitiari e n YOSEF ROTT6NBCRQ of Ivtii it, a |,„ H | hnavltai He la aurvlvrd by Ms wife. Lena. i\ M and Mnrrta Roth. i,f Miami and latvirt. Mli.-hrll and Hurry, and two daiiKhtn*. MIMird and Mr* Claire Sultanoff ServK-ea were on January isth. at the Miami Heath Itlvei-lde. with Interment un Mount Nebo Orm-tory. ALICE HERZBERQ f.S. of US] NK lAHth Street. |,,l ..*.... (ii Jaaoar* iih in a loci h...liital. ICrniainn were aent to -\Y Y.iik City for arr\lnw and inti-mu-nt l.y the Miami i;i\<-rlde. SARAH WINSTON N. ..f 1.1! Miller linad. Coral tjablea, iiaeaed away January 11th In a loi-al hof-intal She In aurvlvwl li\ ti*r hul.aml. William: one eon. William: two .lauht.r>, Maraaret Stone and IJI1-.MII Koaloff: a brother. Mrx S< hwarta. and two Kistera. Koxe Klxlei and Katti. El lelj I Services were on January I Hh at the Miami Itiver-ide. with Interment on Mount Sinai Cemetery. Association, th. Tampa Showmen v Asanrialioa and the Natlnnal s. ... Association !)• Iiiil>H by hi I rotlier. John I. !ln-—II an I two sisters Mrs Henrietta Herprtn and Mrs Kate r is. her Swvl.es ware on January _'*th in the Miami itiapel of in.• ...r.li.n l-iineral Home, with interin.nl on Mount Nebo i>m-ter> HARRY ROSENBERG Friedman Unveiling I Miller Unveiling The dedication of a monument j The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Edward! to the memory of the late Simon Friedman, formerly of 5435 La Miller, formerly of 121 2nd Ter Gorce Drive, will take place Sunrace. East DiLido Island, will take day. January 31st at 2 p.m. at Hi. place Sunday. January 31st at 2 Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Max p.m. at ML Nebo Cemetery with Shapiro officiating. Mr. Friedman | Rabbi Ben Zion of Israel off iciatis survived by his wife Bertha; a i ing. Mr. Miller is survived by his JLS£ U.uU!&%?ESZ, 2 3 '' | tf | %  L** !" nd si sisters to wife Pauline: two daughters. Mis. •nteiment |. Beach Memorial <-hai-i SOL OREVFOUS Remains wre *at January lth to Philadelphia. I'. ansylsnla. f..r wr>•\ interment by IVaeh rial Cha|>el. HARRY FINK it. of III Zmora Avenue. Coral Gabla*, died on January 11th In a local M>*i>ital. He la survived l>> his wife. tVjmihv : and one stater. Mrs. Beatrice Zaremba. Services ware on January i:.th at the Miami Rhrersiwe. with Interment on Mount Nebo Cemetery. LOUIS FRANCIS si>. of 1""..1 NW r.lth Street. passe<1 away on January 11th at his residenre. Me Is survived by two sons. Borla and Ben; and one daughter. Lena. Rervk-es were on January 11th at the. Miami Riverside, witk Interment on Mount Nebo CeineWry eluding Celia Friedman and Mrs.; Evelyn and Mrs. Beatrice Kammskj George Schwartz, also one brother.! and a son Gersbon. Mr. Miller was Mr. Friedman was a veteran of \ treasurer of the ML Sinai Lodge World War One: a life member of i IOOF. a Mason and a member of K of P; a member of B'nai B'rith the Miami Beach Jewish Center JOSEPH DRESSER Civic League of Miami Beach.< Arrangements are in charge of Pal Remains weie ..nt jamary ith to American Legion and Beth David mer's Miami Monument Company. In, i!; h i""h Me,,, Congregation Arrangements are in Friends and relatives are asked to charge of Palmer's Miami Monuattend, ment Company. Friends and rela-j fives are asked to attend. CARL STONE Remains were sent January J.nh to Boston. Massachusetts, for aervtrea and Interment by Beach M Chapel. Herman Unveiling The dedication of a monument Browd Unveiling to the memory" of the late Juliu* The dedication of a monument Herman, formerly of 1630 SW 10th to the memory of the late Samuel Street, will take place Sunday JanMRS ROSE GOLDSMITH %  •* of 7'." Hth llac.-. Miami Beach. Sled J.m ..• • th at her home She j came here from New V.. r |< at] % -ars I !&g i U £Z2'\£ SSJrSSHi Jrwwd,"fsa^srty at M NE 14th I uary 31st at 11 am on Mt.Su.ai serriee, were .-* January :ib in MIAvenue North Miaasi Beach will Memorial Park Cemetery vvitn Hanbi S. T. Swirsky officiating. Mr. survived by his wife mmt Beach Riverside <"hapel. with interment on Mount Nebo IVmettfy SAMUEL WIOLANSKY (8. of 2in SW Hth Terrace, died JanuaryTth hi a local hospital. He Is survived by his wife, (ranees: three sons. Albert, William and Sidney, and one daughter. Mrs. Sally Iiobbms. Services were on Januaiy th at the Miami Riverside, with Interment on Mount Sinai Ceavetery. STELLA PERLMAN 10. of 17H0 8W Tth Street, died on Januar> >th at her residence. Sfe* Is survived by her husband, fiavid three brothers, Joseph. Jack and Max Smith: and one sister. Mrs Jean Joffe. • %  were on January 11th at the Miami Riverside, with interment the Star of David Cemetery. on LOUIS DICKERMAN Of :t SW .'.th Street. lied on January ZZn\ in a local hospital. He is survived b> bis a If e. Sophye: two I sons. Harold and Norman: and a sister and biother Remains were sent I lo PhsaalCi New Jersey, for ser I I Interment by the Miami Bex !> [• nty and report ad<:.wrside. area leaders will be nam-| JUDITH EK of 1211 StUSwatei Dit\e. i**sed away Januai. ."Ind after an aoident She i. *i.r\:\eel,rah Kenutlns were sent to Tonkers. New York. 1'* servl.es and interiuenl l.> K.-acb Memorial ("hiipej. HARRY J. SILVERMAN a. of IJO0 North By Road, died Janiatake place Sunday. Ja — a i-y 31st at 2 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Mtsnorial Park Herman Cemetery with Rabbi Mayer ary nth in Avon tVrk. fie' is survived j Abramowiu officiating. Mr Browd nroL^'Ve h"rof^;^7hr?^ >ived by his wife Ullian. a ten. Ser\ icee were in .the Miami son Rudolph; two dSBghters. Mrs. TtfcYt Riverside %  Tsasa-I Jaaaawr ;th mith interment on Mount Nehw. of ^;i i Mean Ih-ive. died in a local hoep.tal. He was a hotel operator and came here ebcht months ayo from Atlantic City. New Jersey He is aorvived b> his wife. Sadie, and a son. Mart>n Services and interment were in Atlantic <-||y. with local arrangements by Miami Bevch Riverside. Ruth Sheridan and Mrs. Blossom Shane: 3 brothers.'Max. lrwin and Ralph and three grandchildren. Ar1 rangements are in charge of Pal-1 attend, mer's Miami Monument CompanyFriends and relatives are asked to attend. Anita; a son Louis of Bronx. NY: two daughters. Mrs. Reeve Sherman and Jean Baum. both of Long bland and two grandchildren. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company Friends and relatives are asked to Berger Unveiling The dedication of a monument to j MRS. ANNE KRANZ of M 10th Street, died January list, she came here seven years a*o \ the memory of the late David BerIrom Hi.-4.hn. New Torn. Survivors' „__-_i„ _f OrVl l.nnr Av. I include her husband. Jacob: a son. I ger. formerly of 800 LnOX AVI R.>bert. and one daughter. Doris, she enue. Miami Beach, will take place aLso leaves two brothers and two I terllurlal aas In Newark. New Jersey, with local arrangements b> Miami Beach KB e'side. in th• \t week or ten r High. Miami atTand i '..:: H -rne. sales man-J or a n itch company, will; he Cn -M committee, i art on \ also an attor-j accept' I the position of for Miami .lo-.-ph Murphy, lawyer, i e the Odham supportimi. the Odham comnianaged by John Lerman Unveiling meni hjr Beach Memortal ChnncL Sunday. January 31st at 12:30 p.m. on Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating. Mr. Berger is survived by his wife Ann and one sister The dedication of a monument Arrangements are in charge of Palto the memory of the late Leo J. mer's Miami Monument Company. Lerman. formerly, of 721 86th fnen d s a „d relatives are asked to 1 Street. Miami Beach, will take attend. place Sunday. January 31st, 1 p.m.' at Mt Nebo cemetery with Rabbi! t ... Isaac H. Ever officiating Mr Ler Cohen Unveiling man is survived by his wife. Es-' The dedication of a monument to j ther; two sons. Gerald and Mich the memory' l the late Nettie Co• ael; two sisters. Mrs. Goldie Kogst. hen. formerly of 906 4th Street. | DER YIDDISHER FORUM %  KITS tvorr SATMUVAT, • -.. IMCSCTn tJiAll CONCtKATMN 1415 EKM Avenue. Meami ach SATU.DAY, JANWA1T Wth C.rsf Ifk* (freaa dew rrk>: ISRAEL $Tt:NBAUM Tewet: '•MfhwwAl PtOMCAU IN AMltKAH JfWIUI UK" TILLIE BICTLER She Is survived b> h. r h:isuand. I*aul. and daughter. lon^h> "" w rr "nt to Mae-:-. %  ___ c... wda. for nervi.s aad interof Los Angeles, and Mrs Beatrice' Miami Beach, will take place sun Glaser. of Chicago, and one broth-'day, January 31st at 130 p m. at er. Phillip. Arrangements are In Mt Smai Memorial Park Cemetery, charge of Thurmond Monument Mrs. Cohen is survived byCompany. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WO+XKEBS h\ EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 7 N. E. M Street Phesst t-SSSI AL MElDENBERO, Owner MRS. SOPHIE FOX •:.i th StreeL Miami Bea.-h. died on January l*th A resident her.s survived by three daughters. Mirand Mrs. Mvra J Mltni.k. Miami in and architect. ?-£• :*** r v g PVV?.' ~~ ~ Nen Jer. her and a als StllOSS UnVeiUIlQ ier KeiiMir.were sent lo New York services and Inlermentby Miami Beach Riverside. I; :: live po i Sr attorney, will Dade committee. Sullivan, insurance 'he campaign man! in the North Dade sechusband Samuel Arrangementare in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company Friends and relatives are asked to attend. MRS ETHEL LEVINE The dedication of a monument TT — -_ to the memory of the late Alex Bower Unveiling Shloss. formerly of 2185 SW 19th • The dedication of a monument : ; r V \ -Xn, S h:r;f.^he J ",isJ j Terr^. will be held Sund-f. Janu, the memory of the late Herman Tello (iri.fith will head the rters in Hialeah. and Fader, druggist, has been chairman of the Southwest Uec m Thed. president of the |west Kivunis club. has lanage the campaign in \ i i rove area. late for governor and pr up to :he late Governor Dan 1952 will officially kick Jrrent campaign in South u.th a two-hour and 45 adcast covering Dade. w. Broward and Palm Beach tlcimprovised network will be "P of radio stations in these counties in order to assure II reara, -he came 1 Miami from Pasia.H•. Seu Ji an She Is aurvlved b] her husband. Hiram: a etsn. ArI Ihui "ne dauahi.i. Sandra, her mothMrs. Tlllle Casten. and a brother. Karl Kei sere In the Miami r-hapel > %  Hordi.n's huneral Home with Interment <-n Mount Nebo iVmetetTLOUIS E. RUSSELL ..f St. I'eler-bura. FV.rida. passed SWay in n PeterseiurT on January Hid A res.dent there for eieht >earshe came originally from Patterson. Sew Jersey Mr RosaeU was a *eteran "f WorRt War I. a member of KIka l>siae No. II. Newark. New Jeraey. and the Amerioaa lesion. He was affiliated with the Miami Shownaew Library Mark* Munir Month ary 31st. 3:30 p.m at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi S. Machtei officiating. Mr. Shloss is swrvived by his wife. Rose, and a sister. Mrs. B. Shankman. A iiaugtiu esa t s are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Siegel Unveiling The dedication of a monument to | the memory of the late Ida Saegel. | formerly of 2301 S.W 7th Avenue.' will take p l aea Sunday. January ) 31st at 1:00 pja. oa Woodlawn Park Cemetery with Rabbi Max : Shapiro officiating. Mrs. Siegel is Miami Public Library is celebratsurvived by two sons. Max and Jo\ ing Jewish Music Month with an ^pj,; daughter. Mrs. Sam Sha exhibit of manuscripts of Arnold j p\„> two sisters. Mrs. Ethel WaxBower, formerly of 7701 lrwin Road. Coral Gables, will be held Sunday. January 31st. 3 P m. at ML Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi S Machtei officiating. Mr. Bower is survived by his two sons. Louts and Abraham, and a daughter. Mrs. Rose Shloss. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monu aaeat Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. FOf KAt SATISfACTlOw TED BRAMSON JKYfTfS TO* TO %  NATIONAL i:\K>riiiinatoi> fSTAtUSMB !3* Emergency 3-5210 DIAL 58-7341 ItTTU SaVKE AT IfASOMAilE mm um coverage in the Southi Volpe's compositions from Janu 'area The program will go' 'T 2W> to February 19th. air at 7:15 p.m.. Tuesday.' and Mrs. Natalie Newman of Chicago: six grandchildren and two Manuscripts on exhibit include j great grand ch ild re n. Mrs. Siegel ar > 2nd. and will run coni The Lord U My Shepherd, written i was a charter member <*}** tl> until io p.m. I for Arturo de Filippi: My Prayer. | Chesed Shel Ernes and a %  washer; dedicated to Mrs Jenie B. Cooper:, of the Beth David CoagregaUaw i Three Inventions A Deux Voiv; and Arrangements are in charge •* Reveille Bugle Call, dedicated to I Palms Miami Mowament Comaaary Hurwitz to Speak |0neg Shabbat Joseph Hurwitz will be guest per at the Friday evening Oneg pat of the Miami Young Zion Pistrict in the home of Miss La%  leinberg, 1013 SW 12th AvJ iss Mi <*y Doych. president of [Kroup, said this week that Dr "iu will distwss: The Custoaas Of Jewish Marriage. Hurwiu hold the PhD de >n Hebrew and Biblical Literhaving studied at Harvard P?n L'mversity and the Hebrew Pers College at Boston. He f the book. The Jewish luceon The Narratives Of The the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS •rt*. V.S. **. ear. TL Weat Palm "Our Boys." Photographs include Dr. Amoed Volpe. Mrs. Marie Volpe and Leopold Aner. taken in 1914; Dr. Volpe conducting his last concert with the University of Mi —i Symphony Orchestra in January. 1M0: sad one large photograph of the composer-conductor. Music includes The Quartet is G major for strings, two violins, viola and violincello and Three In ventsean sad 11 Fugues, for piano Also shown are school notes aad examinations at the St. Petersburg Conservatory of Music, with corrections by Rimsky KanakaO and a Bnrrt— u iogt am of Dr. Votpes first concert, Jury 21, 1§7. ; Fnends and relatives are asked to 1> 3D K PH0T06RAPHY 1-1 >AV s-TivAJt Paswr. AJwUVOtSAIT M J %  ALSO BLACK A WMITU CANOfOa sec TMaai — NO O BLIGA TION RALPH MKim S34431 YOU WILL FIND THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION o. BOYS AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI BEACH < MORRIS BROTHERS MIAMI BEACH 1X1 WASHINGTON AVENUE 4 4 i 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4


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Y, U NUARY 29, 1954 te Rainer to Appear at Women's [sion CJA Function on Monday Rainer. stage, screen and | cently. aba Bu appeared on'the bn star who has won two | Ken Murray show, (he U.I Bull *-*v**ic*nv r *y'i~„ PAGE 5 A e Academy Awardi, lh women's DIVI..,' s, ; i in behalf of fmbinecl Jewish Appeal it J by Mrs. Jack in snd Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Irini'ii ol the Women's Divim ,\ with Miss Rainer will i Brass, public relations offl'the Hebrew University in %  em, now visiting the United second Women's Division .show and the Lux Television Theater. Brass is a veteran of Israel's War of Independence. lie headed the fir.si Jewish relief unit to survivor! at Nazi concentration camps. During World War II, Brass li rected the Jewish Blitz Hostels which cared f o r children of bombed out homes in war-ravaged London. He took an active part in the Haganah, and toward the end of the war in 1948, he was sent as a special emissary to Australia on behalf of Israel's combined defense campaign. The committee assisting with arrangements includes the Mesdames Leo Ackerman, Meyer A. Baskin, Herman Brenner, George Chertkof, Albert S. Dubbin. Moe Feingold, Samuel D. Goodman, Emil J. Gould, Harvey Herman, Max Hoffman, Joseph B. Imbrey, Leon Kaplan, Harry Laufer, Herbert E. Scher, Bernard A. Sterling, Max Swartz, Max W Temchin, Philip R. Warshaw, Julian Weinkle and Sam Weissel. Miss Iviic ffaiiwr bn will be held on Monday, ary 1st. 1 30 p.m., at Waters[tlie home of Mr. and Mrs.] Jfeissel. 4620 Granada Boule[ Gables. I Pace Setters' Tea will be atbj outstanding civic work[the Miami and Coral Gables Mrs. Stanley C. Myers is nan She will be assisted by fesdames Sidney Lefcourt, fcn D. Singer, Aaron M. KanId A. Frank Wellins. Rainer has been interested ne time in events in Europe ^rael and is making her sec ppearance in the Greater Miea to speak in behalf of the ^Combined Jewish Appeal. Rainer won the motion picIcademy Award for her perBices in the Great Ziegfield he flood Earth. She recently ired in the motion picture. I Of Lorram. and has been a eni guesl on television shows. HMI starred in such well-known i 'in Gnat Waltz, Lie Si ho >1 and the Toy Wife. |1944, ifter starring in HosMi.ss I:, oner went overseas I W 'i id War troops Hi Rabbi Swirsky To be Honored Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Beth El spiritual leader, will be honored on the occasion of his birthday on Sunday evening, February 7th, In the Dora August Memorial Hall, 500 SW 17th Avenue, by members of the congregation, its affiliate organizations and the Religious School. Rabbi Swirsky will present a book review during the evening. Proceeds from the affair will be used for the functions of the congregation. Mrs. R. Hirschorn and Mrs. S. Phillips are co-chairmen of the evening. Beth El Radio Hour Beth El Radio Hour over station WMIE, Friday from 4 to 4:30 p.m., will present Dr. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky in an address entitled: The Angels In The Kitchen. The sermon will be based on the masterpiece by Murillo. Musical is Due The Miami Young Adult Zionist District will hold a musical at Harwell's home. 1910 SW 17th Street, on Friday, February 5th, 8:30 p.m. GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE BTORE FHOIfT — PLATE and WIlfDOW GLASS fas* Tops, Beveled Minors and BssdlrasiBsj Our Spedaltr I~ A (.. GlasN and Mirror Works ] 136 S.W. 8th SL PHONE 3-4834 MORRfS ORUN IRV1SG GORDON Mute's HOTEL DINING ROOM —m 47 St**, m—i umk $ DIETARY LAWS STtlCTLY OBSERVED triun mptrlalivt KoAu dinners an tenttd amidu a distinctive mlmtepkere of duwrn and culture PHONE for Reservation 86-8831 Division chairmen of Combined Jewish Appeal Retail Merchants Group organize their forces at a luncheon in the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. Some of the key leaders who attended the meet ing are standing (left too right) William Zeffert. Frank Seiden. Hy Young, George Rosenfield Ted Goldstein, Fred Sandier. Jacob Kravitz of Newark, New Jersey, father of Artie Kravitz Nat Friedman. Sam Suchman and Herbert Blate. Seated (left to right) are William Weintraub Sam J. Heiman. chairman of Business and Professional Division, Aaron Kravitz, Retail Mer chants Group chairman, and Aaron M. Kanner, general campaign chairman. n South't Oufitandiaa Jewis* Cams It to,t 6ir,s CAMP CARLYLE HENDERSONVILLE. N.C. '" h. h.art of vacat.onland. WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA DIRECTOR — WINTON L. MOELLER Educat p 1 r,BC 'P'. Woodward H. 0 h School, Cincinnati. n r ,|„ad Kd*rl i!,oe l %  "" rcr..tionl activ.tiaa •"7/*'\ e 10 „ Modern %  Vb n. r Mor "'>ck riding, water aporta, golf inatruct.on. Doctor and ruraa on premiaaa. OWNER: Mrs. Jeo. Arnold, 8S0 Meridian Avt., Miami Btoth Ph. 58-8359 M 5-0374 Miami ReprwtMativ..: Mr. A. A. Mayd.fi Ph. • 5 "" Mrs. Marry Granmon P-4MW For the information of contributors to Israel causes in 1954 rphe year 1954 is a momentous year in the life of the new State of -Israel. Only five and a half years old. Israel has already passed the half-way mark to economic independence. However, to %ciih$land the economic pressure* brought to bear by ho*tile neighbor* and the tention and danger on if every frontier, Israel must accelerate the pace of it* march toward* self-sufficiency. %  The key to lhi$ accomplishment i* the absorption of recent immigrants, with all the far-flung operations that it requires. Only if Uraet* people receive the resources they need, at the time they need them, can they put under cultivation every available parcel of land, surmount the obstacle* of nature, and continue to welcome every homeless Jew who comes to them from land* of opprettion and danger. Although the Israelis are celebrated for their imagination, endurance and will-power, they cannot achieve these goals without the continued vigorous support of the American people. The United Jewish Appeal has been the instrumentality through which Americans in the past have supported the progressive advance of Israel's people. In 1954 the people of America are urged to intensify their support of the UJA's life-saving and freedom-serving campaign. Warranted and Unwarranted Campaigns In this crucial period It is more important than ever that the United Jewish Appeal have priority in timing over all other philanthropic efforts in behalf of Israel. In addition to the United Jewish Appeal, there are other authorized organizations with established records of constructive work in Israel that can claim public support in the United States. The Jewish Agency for Palestine, with the support of the Israel Government, and in response to requests from the organized Jewish community in the United States, set up in 1949 a COMMITTEE ON CONTROL AND AUTHORIZATION OF CAMPAIGNS. This Committee passes on the validity and general usefulness of all proposed campaigns for institutions and projects in Israel. On occasion, new campaigns for limited purposes have been launched by individuals and organizations. Some of these have put forth claims not always warranted by facts, and have requested support out of proportion to their importance. Whan in Doubt The Committee on Control and Authorization of Campaigns will shortly publish its 1954 list of authorized campaigns. Until such a list is published, whenever you are in doubt, write to the JEWISH AGENCY FOR PALESTINE. Committee on Control and Authonza• tion of Campaigns, 16 East 66th Street. New York City. However, nothing turpeitte* the importance of the L'MTED JEWISH APPEAL for the future of UraeV* people. Their ability to preserve pa*t achievement* and move forward to *elf-*ufficiency depend* on an intensified VISITED JEWISH APPEAL. A contribution to the IJA is a vole of confidence in 1,600.000 men and women icho are struggling to build and strengthen their country a* a itronghold of freedom and a haven for the oppretted. For these reason: the Jewish Agency for Palestine urges even greater support of the LMTED JEWISH APPEAL in 1954. in Greater Miami The UNITED JEWISH APPEAL is supported by Your Federation Through Its Combined Jewish Appeal



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LEGAL NOTICI >Jeistinork &V7 PAGE 9 B i, (uriinanies by fine or %  UK...' '•> "" ,h ,,,,e nd r imnnien< T" I''' '' %  ill „ h Ordinances as ,„ .-.taiiltHh quar' "TT.^iih regulations for I"' %  "? \, Miami lieaeh not Cl2iHl '" ""•' ru "" u ""V e *.'r ps"* '", p.. Slate Hoard or K"nd enforce same by penlllh .miiac I'"', piovloe and ".•','" ,,,„.,,,'of Health. HJI %  •' Health h "" h, ^ e .vision of the P b City of North Ml.hall "have the power nilgatr, and enferce i ngulaUons aa mar Tt 10 "1" M tin kr. I ST ..i nUnslsvent ^"UJM" violation of any OrdlCity. and provide for a and to regulate the %  ..i In t> of >'> to arw r Pep" 1 1 I protect the City from T „ ontai %  %  City Tollce DeTeTnruvide for the Inspection of 'Tit,,,. liRl'i •""' water meters. ffiwMii.1 enforce ordinances. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE prj ,1 ,„.|ial>le sleam and gaa ," ,..,.an examination mrl I., take out licenses' "•;;,. penalties for failure to ,,, t "in|>e1 the Inapectlon of %  hoilei• *-1 employers, their ,., servants to allow in%  tion'f bndcra and of affixing a foi refusing to do so. alt) | To Ilthmit •fo establish hospitals and with, ,...,] mctlon of the Hoard ;ounty I'l.niinlsslonere, to estabstreets, alleys, avenues and lanes, public wharves, landing*, inariua house*. aiavces, bridgea. aewera, trenches. Hitches, culverts, canals, atreiiins. water couraes, dock-lines, and ths location of aush disk-lines, sidewalks, curbing, public buildings and to fix and establish the grades of all highways, streets, parks, parkways, avenues, alleys and thoroughfares. i n.iiii'iat I" streets or other Una ted by ordinance .'id roat attaehed nn-t i|„ |, |, y juill, lal authorlly '~o I ..intiol, tax and and sales ii|wn the in.I public places and to regulate. rohlblt hawkers and ?" such streets, shle•ulillr plaie-. r pn -. rlbe penalties for • II or any of Its Ordl-.-. lion thereof by ..iim.nl in the City the collection of attachment summarily property of the delln-time can be found, pro' he penalty enforced is., exceed Imprison* ini da>s or a fine Ithin I) bastolnga. and tn •|iilp a*: to ereegr viaducts ovtr track, fain or under any street, ii.iiile\aiil. nvmitf. alley, Ian*, or other public highway; to csmstruct tunnels under sny waterway or railroad; to extend Its cor|X>rate limits In the manner iirovided by the Lsxws of the SSrate of hlorlda; to construct or u jn n haae asy stly t or local railway far ths tnn*sss)> tlon of passengers or fretlfft", to OTSIstruct ship channels, canals, basins and waterways within the City or Into or through any part of Ttlscayne Hay, and any harbors within the City Limits for such width and length and for such depth as the City Council shall deem necessary or convenient for the use of shipping; to contract with the (lovernment of the I'nlted States for aid of the Government for such work done, or to be done by the Government: to construct or acquire wharves, dock*, warehouses and other properties within or without the City Limits, deemed by the Council to be necessary or convenient for the use of shipping: to acquire all lands, submerged laud, riparian rights, deemed necessary for sny of the foregoing purposes, or for anv municipal purpose. (JO) To condemn, In addition to Its powers of eminent domain under the other UMH of the Stale, any water. Ice. gas, power or light plant, telephone system, or street or local railway, ship channel, canal, basin, waterway. Wharf, dock, warehouse, lands, submerged lands, riparian rights or buihllncs or any part thereof with any and nil franchises, rights anil easements thereto belonging or appertaining by proceeding in the roannei provided In tits Uwi of Florida for the exercise of the rights of eminent domain. (31) To operate, maintain, repair and extend any and all of its inunlcI|M1 pi i.pel lies. i ;:'. To ii.il>. a oontmcl with l>nde Countv, or with any person, firm or coi|M>rallon, by which a portion of the cost of any municipal Impi-ovemeni to be owned by the <"ll> shall I..I...in.by such contracting party, upon such terms as to payment ami othei > -c as the Council may determine. (t>) To destroy surface privies and -IM Ol "111. I foi ins Of le. .ptacles f..i sewage, other than the saiutarBeTVri • HweTS, anil power to oompel property owners t.. conii., i their premises with esrvlce sewers, and In ease of their refusal after notice gl\cn. to authorise such connection to be made by the City, and to fix a Hen upon such premises for the eosl thereof, of the same nature, and to the same extent as the lien for tax. s. the ( Ity mav collect such charge or Hen In the same manner In which city taxes are collected. Section g. VACANCIES IN CIL: All vacancies In lei ins the City Council shall be filled In COUN occurring in ARTICI.1-: I". nd • h) Ii 'in if ii,. i thai i in rs ,. ""i ajs or a line sail. "'""'red (i(K) Dollars. In %  mii'in m ih.. I > all hleh powers herelnalmve 'I Hi. City Council shall l.'.wers in.I iterfnrm all the %  •0 > %  ..,. ., ll|K>n Ih ^ m hv |h or Kl.irlrta now In force, or hereafter he enacted, 'h" government of Nth iu T ""' n ". not Inconslstenl '. n "• provision,, „f ,1,1s Charier, %  he M' vor. Chief of Police. 'etk. Tax Assessor and c.,1'• ."l.i all other City Officers. '••ve all the |s,w,rs and perllie dutleH Imposed upon ? -• ';;'" ,, law. nit *.i ""' establlsll a fire ilh. ,,'"" ""' n rll >'"nd to presrT '"'"" Rnd regulationfor i I,, .'!' J!"' 1 repair of bnlM| In saw Citv The City Cnun.ll in!,' ,al, such Ordinances as .. n -'-essarv to protect and pre„,„'"" '"•''' %  • upon all propntrnll. I' '•" %  •". managed, or ,, J "''' ''"> outside the M lalise tag assessments for i.'wrrlne tax asaesemen's. a manner and pursuant to VIII, Section II of this Charter. Section • INDUCTION OF COUNCIL INTO OFFICE; MEETINGS OF COUNCIL: The first meeting "' ea.n newly elected Council. r..r Tna-uctton into office, shall he held at S:00 o cl.a-k in the evening on the first TjUsJjJ folk^wlng Us election, after whit-h the Council shall meet regularly "t imcli limes, as may be preset lh '' rt u D > h ''" rules, but not less frequent!) than twice each month At such firs meeting the Council shall elect on • of s members aI •resident of the ",i n. whose duties shall be to preside at all Stlonof Its members a.J for SUcb purpose shall have the pow.it' s ,,.na witnesses and i.s,uire the pro*2!SBm'iiSfiun OF PROCEDURE: JOURNAL: The Council shall tleterIrh.owt. ruleand orter of husileas it shall k.ep a Joornalof Its prT^eJlngs and the lou.nal shall he ,-n lo nubile Inspection. "TWy 12. ORDINANCES: n add,ordlnan.e shall be read in full and. after such reading, all persons Interested shall be gi\e,i an opportunity to be heard. Section 15. FURTHER CONSIDERATION; FINAL PASSAGE: Atler such hearing Hie council may llnalty pass such • humane.• wltii or without amendment, except that If it snail make an amendment which constitute* a ch a n gs of substance. It shall not finally pass the t Inlinaiice until It shall have caused the amended sections to be posted at least once, together with a .Notice ol the time and place when and where such amended Ordinance ulll be further considered, whnh publication'shall "he at least seven (.) days prior to the time stated. At the time so advertised or at anytime and place at which such meetings shall be adjourned, the amended ordinance shall ne read In full ana a public hearing thereon shall be held nnd after such hearing the governing body may finally pass such amended oiuiiiance, or again amend it subject to the same ...millions The second passage of any Ordinance pursuant to this Charter shall be final and no further passage shall be required. Section l. PUBLICATION OF ORDINANCES A*TEB. FINAL PASS AGE; PERMISSIVE REFERENDUM: Alter final passage, every Ordinance shall again be posted in full, and, except as otsierwise limvided In tills Charter shall be subject to permissive referendum aw prewtaed In .vtlTlci.h: IS or this Charter. ICvecy t u esne n i <•, un tise It shall specify imut w si e wte, sMall become effective as nrweelred In ART1CI,K II, Section ..-h of this Charier; or. if the Ordinance be submitted at a referendum election, then upon a favorable vote of the majority of those voting thereon, except as otherwise expressly provided in this Charter. Section 17. EWBrcTieMecY ORDINANCES: Sections 12. 13, 1. If, awe IS shall not apply to any Ordinance which is Introduced at the Council as an Kmergency Ordinance. Such an Ordinance may be passed after the second reading during the Council Meeting at which said Kmergency Ordinance Is Introduced; provided, however, that the facts that constitute the emergency shall lie stated In said Ordinance, 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 necccHsltates the promulgation of Immediate law for the safety of life, property and health. ARTICLE III BUDGET Fiscal year Preparation and submission of budget Budget a public record l'ubll. allon of Notice of I'ublic Hearing Public Hearing on midget Further consideration of Budget Adoption of Iludget Vote required for adoption Pate ol I'mal adoption; failure to adopt Kffntlvc date of Hudget: certification; copies made available Undue! establishes appi"pi latlons Iludget establishes amount to be raised by propeft) tax; certification to taxing authority Budget message; current operations Budget nie-sage: caplial improvements Iludget message; capital program Iludget message; supporting schedules Budget Anticipated revenues Anticipated revenues compared w ith other years Surplus Misi cIlniicouH revenues Miscellaneous revenues; anticipated surplus from municipal utility or other public service enterprise .Miscellaneous rsa-enues; measure of ewtlnwjtes Miscellanea** pprenues; receipts for speets* assessments Miscellaneous revenues; from new >wrce Pn.posed emytnenlures Proposed expenditures: comimrison with other years ,, l>own payments on capital projects 29 Iludget summary Section 1. FISCAL YBAfRt The fiscal vear of the Citviloremm.nl shall begin on the first day oT November and shall end on the last day of October of each calendar year BUCh fiscal vear shall also constitute the budget and aiioiintlng year. As used In thlCharter, tin* term Budge] Vear" shall mean the fiscal year for whlch nnv particular budge Is adopted SUBMISSION OF BUDGET: The Miyor 7,7 least sixty (60) dayprior o the beginning of !" V. l 5iv U f?.uncn a" shall submit to the ( Ity Cun. II a budget and an explanalor> budget message In ths form and with the .-onLEGAL NOTICE Section 1. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. !. 10. 11. 12. 13. II. II. 16. 17. IS. IS. •-'II. 21. 23. 26. 27. 28. The enacting clause '''." ', ?K" T ,K *'Tne. "sine .„ ^ n a Board of Kq.H.Mp 'fol M j'l'" xc,u >ve power and bir. J r d '" • %  onstruction and 'e;"-"provided I"" S.:;,lons 13 and l. Ko" such purpose, at such teteashe shall determine, he, or .ST 0SCer hall obtain from Vne'hcad of "r-'sch office, department or ag'ncv. estimates of revenue and exnfn itire of that office. Department or Agen.v. detailed hv organixation nf,, and charaeter and object of ex"."."_ ....j _.s..h other siipisn ting Marthas dais as he lines!: ects pending or may retp f all capi which such ivnartwllh an estimate of all capital pn.Jr^nl'hea.heii'eves should be under7a>en wl'hln the budget year. In preirlng the budget, the Mayor shall Kviiw the estimates, -hall hold hearngs thereon and may revise the estl5 SrtteV fc" -UDOET 1 •^'P'UBL.C RECORD: The budget snd budget "„; and all tSMKHtlnt "fijffi" -hall be a public record In the orrue of the Citv Clork o|wn to Public InSection hv anyone The Mayor shall "HuV; sufficient copies of the budge. to the time advertised^ READING and Place so adveOl.e.l.r o M in)( ; -onsiruetion snd reand Ptaoe to J^l^SJ-rBjedTeuell '"g and improving of all from time to time, be aJo f budget mts-aee to he prepared for distribution Interested persons ^n.'.V'ne 1 avaiiablV to the public for %  a o*rlt of not less than thirty (30) the period of adoption ne... days prior to Council. '''se'ct'lon'TpUBLICATION OF NOTICK OF PUBLIC HEARINOS: At a meeting of the City Council at which thV hndeet and budget message are .ubmllted. the C0eM hU dete,mlne the place nnd time of the public hearing op the budget and shall cause ?' be'nosted a Notice of the time and place, not leea than seven (7* days after date of posting, at which the Council will hold a uubllc hearing. Section 5. PUBLIC HEARING ON BUDGET: At the time and place so aiivertlsed, or at any time and place to which such public hearing shall, from time to time be adjourned, the Council shall hold a public hearing on the budget aa submitted, at which nil interested persons shall he given an opportunity to be heard, for or againat the estimates or any item thereof. Section t FURTHER CONSIDERATION OF BUDGET: Aftei the conelusion of such public hearing, the Council may-Insert new Items or may Increase or decrease the Items of the budget, except items In proposed expenditures fixed by law or prescribed by subsections la), (b), It'), Id), (e), (f). (g). sted a Notice setting forth the nature of the proposed Increases and fixing a lime and p lac e, not leas than five (5) 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 ii.iiis and make the Increase or Increases, to the amount In each case Indicated by the posted Notice, or to a lesser amount, beg' whenIt shall increase rhe teas* asieanid expenditures, it shall asaw InilSSnie the total anticipated ppvesnse t-# least equal such total proposedteeje ridliiiris. Secttasi' S VOTE ajsjfJ(j, RED FO R ADOPTION: The Itudjptt shall be adopted by the favorable vote of at least a majority of all the members of thb Council. Section DATE OP PINAL ADOP. TION; FAILURE TO AJOOPT: The HMbyet stall be finally adopted not later than the l">th day of the last month of the fiscal year. Should the Council take 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: I'pon final adoption, the budget shall be In effect for the budget year. A copy of the budget as finally adopted, shall be certified by the Mayor and City Clerk, and filed In the office of the CityClerk. The hudget so certified shall he printed, mimeographed or otherwise reproduced and sufficient copies thereof shall he made available for the use of all offices, detriments and agencies and for the use of Interested persons and civic organisations. Section 11. BUDGET ESTABLISHES APPROPRIATIONS: From the effective date of the budget, the several amounts stated therein as proposed expenditures shall be and liecome appropriated to the several ObJects and purposes therein named. Section 12. BUDGET ESTABLISHES AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BY PROPERTY TAX: CERTIFICATION TO TAXING AUTHORITY: Prom the effective dal.i of the budget, the amount stated therein as the amount to be raised b) property tax shall constitute a determination ..( the amount of levy for the purposes of ths City, in the corresponding tax year. A cpi v of the budget as finally adopted shall be certified bv the Mayor and filed by him with the Officer, Board or Commission whose duty It shall I" t.. levy such taxes for the corresponding ''section 13. BUDGET MESSAGE; CURRENT OPERATIONS: The budget message submitted by the Mayor to the Council shall be explanatory of Hi. budget, shall contain an outline of the proposed financial policies of the City for the budget year ami shall describe In connection therewith ths Important features of the budget plan. It shall set forth the reasons for salient changes from the previous vear In cost and revenue items and "shall explain any major changes in financial policy. „_,.•. Section 14. BUDGET MESSAGE; CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS: As %  part of the budget message, with relation to the proposed expenditures roi down payments and other proposed expenditures for capital projects staled in the budget, the Mayor shal include a statement of pending capital projects and proposed new capital projects iclatlng the i*apectlve amounts proposed to be raised therefor by appropriation In the budget and the respective amounts If any. proposed to he raised therefor by the Issuance of bonds during the budget year. Section 15. BUDGET MESSAGE; CAPITAL PROGRAM: The Mayor shall also Include In the message, or attach thereto, a capital program or proposed capital projects for the next fiscal year next succeeding the budget vear. prepared by Ihe planning Commission, or other authority, together with his comments thereon and any estimates of costs prepared by the department of public works or other office, department or agency ror the ,i— of said authority, In preparing -ii Ii capital program, copies of the departmental estimates of capital projects, filed with the Mayor pursuant to Section 2 of this Article. shall be filed with Ihe Commission Section 18. BUDGET MESSAGE: SUPPORTING SCHEDULES: Attached to the hudget message shall 1M such supporting schedules, exhibit". and oilier explanatory material. In respect to both current operationand capital Improvements, as the Mayor shall believe useful to the ( ouneil. Section 17. BUDGET: Th e budget -hall provide a complete fin in. 'I plan for the hudget year. It shall contain a tabular form: fa) tleneral summary 11, i Detailed estimates or all anticipated revenues applicable to proposed expenditures ear plus that to be ived III the remaining two month-* of the year estimated as accuratel) as may be, unless the Mayor shall determine that the .facts clearly warrant the expectation that such BXcees amount will actually be realised lr. cash during the budget year BBI shall certify such determination In willing to the Council. __.,_ __.. Section 24. MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES; RECEIPTS FROM SPECIAL. ASSESSMENTS: Revenues free* ths collection of specks! assessments o.i property specially beiiefitted shall nol l„ stated in an amount which Is II excess of the amount of the receipt* so derived which It Is estimated will be held in i ash on the first day <-. '"sec'l'lon" fiTl. SC ELLANEOUS REVENUES: FROM NEW SOURCES. No revenue from a new source m previous!] stated In the budget shal 1 be in.hided unless the Mayor shall determine that th.factclearly warrant th.expei taii..n that am h revenue will be actually realized In cash during the budget year in the amount. stated and shall .. rtif> such determination in writing t" the Council. K the ,,,-w revenue it" be received from th.• st.He. thi .ted amount -hall not exceed the amount which the proper ..ftIce of the State shall dei ImIn writing to be the amount whnh may reasonably be anticipated in ths budget year. Section 28. PROPOSED EXPENDITURES: The proposed expend l shall be Itemised In such form an I I such extent as -hail be provided by law, and m ths absence of such provision, by regulations established by Ordinance. Separata provisions shall lie included In the hiidact for lit MSt (a) Intereat, amortization, and %  • deniptl'.n charges on the public debt which the faith and credit of the City Is pledged. I,i Other statutory expenditures (el The payment Of all iudglii-lit id) The amount bj win. h ihe '••> receipts of ml* eOaneous rei • l„ the last completed fiscal f< failed to equal the total of th budgel estimates of receipts from miscellaneous revenues for thai i fel An amount equal to the :.:-i" gate of all taxes levied for the thlrtl fiscal vear prior lo Ihe budget vear which are delinquent and outstanding on the fir. nnd the amount nctuallv expended tn Ihe lime of preparing Ihe hudcet • the expenditures for the remained!* of m



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*i PAGE 12 A fjenisi; ncridiar FRIDAY, JANUARY Y k %  v ?v raarures Good Thru Saturday We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities BLUE RIBBON U. S. CHOICE Boneless BEEF ROAST FOOD FAIR SHIPPED MEDIUM GRADE A GGS BONELESS CROSS DOZ. ROAST LEAN FRESH MOPPED RIB LB. IBS. u ri M 7 TOMATO KETCHl/P'^ !" 79 c STARKIST GREEN LABEL — #%** CHUNK TUNA 3 te 8 9 c GENUINE KOSHER MIDGET *m** SALAMI79 WISCONSIN STATE LONGHORN CHEESE RED RIPE TOMATOES 3 303Cans 25* FYNE TEX BLEACH Full Gal 39c U.S. FANCY WESTERN WINESAP APPLES 5 !" 49c LARGE FANCY CUBAN PINEAPPLES ea.I9c US. No. 1 CALIFORNIA ICEBERG LETTUCE 2 HEADS 19c



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nAY. JANUARY 29. 1954 *Je*lst> flerA* !" PAGE 11 A onist Districts to Convene in Tampa r State Meeting; May will Speak Saturday. January 30th, delefrom Zionist Districts in the of Florida will meet during 0„ ea Shabbat at the Tampa 2 Community Center. Tampa. from 2 until 5 p.m. Ac„ t0 Seymour B. Liebman. fan of the Administrative of utheastern Region of the ZiOreanuation of America, visions affecting the ZOA Dis, („ Florida will be discussed ,cted upon at that time. 8:30 p.m.. the Tampa District 'conduct a mass mem bership test Volunteers ich 89 Percent Local Goal lommunity Chest volunteers L into their third report meeton Wednesday, February 3rd. a total of $1,016,323. or 89 ent of their SI. 141.000 goal for operating needs of the 22 loRed Feather organizations and national ISO. %  he total still leaves $124,677 to raised through five major busidirisions and the neighbordivision. The house-to-house fcers have reached 75 percent heir $149,128 goal with $37,143 raised within the next two ks. ;esponse from Miami Beach busIfirms was -till slow last week workerattempting to condozens of firms whose pledges 1 the $34,000 still needed to h the Beach over its goal. Intry Divisions and pari mutual ks make up the remainder of funds still sought to push the i over with its fourth straight ry. ohn B Turner, campaign chair. urged all workers and potencontributorto make an all-out irt to complete the drive within next two weeks. "Thousands people have worked hard to n us up over the million dollar k. Failure to reach our minigoal would be disastrous to who depend upon these sefvthrough our Chest," he said. rally when Mortimore May, of Nashville, Tennessee, and Miami Beach, will address those assemblied on the recent meeting of the Zionist Actions Committee in Jerusalem. May is chairman of the National Administrative Council of the Zionist Organization of America and is honorary president for life of the Southeastern Region. Leo Burson, of Memphis. Tennessee, president of the Southeastern Region, will also address the rally. Following the rally, the Tampa Zionist District will be hosts to the visitors at a cocktail party. The Edgewater Hotel in Tampa will be the conference headquarters. On Sunday, the Administrative Committee of the Southeastern Region will meet from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. under the chairmanship of Liebman at which time important regional problems will be discussed. At 1 p.m.. there will be a luncheon at the Edgewater Hotel. The Sunday meetings will be conducted at the Tampa Jewish Center. South Florida ZOA members who plan to be in Tampa for the weekend are Mr. and Mrs. Morris Simon. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Hurwitz, J. Gabin, Fred Jonas, Seymour B. Liebman, S. A. Goodman, Moses Meyer, Irving Saal. Miss Mickie Doych,' Burt Podnos, Dr, E. Kaplan and Jacob Harrison, of Hollywood, Arthur Sloan, of West Palm Beach County, Abe Schafer, Ira Joseph, Lila Gross, Lillian Baris. Dave Goodwin, Sam Friedman, Sam Soldinger, Charles Lee and Gil Rappaport, assistant executive director. AJCommittee Annual Meet Opens Friday; Jacob Blaustein to Retire More than 500 leaders of Amer' ican Jewry from every part of the United States will gather at the Hotel Commodore in N e w York City for the annual meeting of the American Jewish Committee on Friday to begin three days of intensive discussions on vital problems affecting Jews in the United States and abroad. Representing the Greater Miami Chapter will be Dr. Joseph M. Weidberg, chapter chairman; Ben Danbaum. honorary chairman of abroad. Feature event of the three-day meeting—which will conclude Sunday afternoon, January 31st—will be the presidential address at the organization's annual dinner Saturday night by Jacob Blaustein, of Baltimore, who is completing a five-year term as AJC president. US Senator Herbert II. Lehman, honorary vice .president of AJC, will make a special presentation honoring Blaustein during the dinner. Tributes will be paid to the the Executive Committee; Herbert retiring AJC leader by Assistant Markow, co-chairman of the Legal and Civic Actions Committee; Leo Robinson, membership chairman: and Seymour Samet, Southeast area director. William Rosenwald, uf New York, national philanthropic leader, is chairman of the Planning Committee for the anniversary celebration of the AJC. which is the pioneer American organization combatting bigotry and protecting the civil and religious rights of Jews in the United States and Secretary of State Henry A. Byroade and John J. McCloy, chairman of the Board of the Chase National Bank and former US High Commissioner > in West Germany. As part of the Saturday night program, Edward R. Murrow, prizewinning radio and television commentator, will present a dramatization of the fight for human rights in 1953. Although there will be no broadcast of the production, TV techniques, including film from Murrow's own broadcasts, will be employed. An important part of the threeday event will be a series of eleven round-tables covering national, international and AJC chapter problems. NEW R. C. ALLEN CASH REGISTERS $149.50 ALLEN BUSINESS MACHINE CO. 90$ South Miami Ave. PHONE 2-2615 LEGAL NOTICE UEQAL NOTICE Star Chapter Has Party Star Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women will hold an open house party on Saturday, January 30th. 8:30 p.m.. at the home of Bobbie Greene, 700 Santander, Coral Gables. In charge of the evening is Loraine Albert. Co-chairmen are Dottie Baiter, Frances Crosswald. PhyUis Roskin and Rhoda Stem. migration Laws Are Studied; rge Changes in Quotas system peal from the decisions of visa offiContinutd from Pag* 1 A Emigration and Naturalization % %  mission, would be charged Jlh the application, administra In. and enforcement of national nigration and naturalization Pidei ksuance of visas to all qualified plicants throughout the world Ithout regard to national origin. Ji means replacing the National mns Quota System. The new an for the lirst time would place 1 immigration for permanent resi^ r, t 3 within the framework of a eral quota system which would completely nondiscriminatory. lEMablishnient of an annual impgration quota of 1/6 of 1 percent our national population as re*d by the most recent decencensus. This formula applied the 1950 census would permit Enual immigration of approxiely 251,000. A definite quota g would thus be firmly fixed. ["migrants would then be admiton the basis of need and our p> national welfare. This would achieved by creating a system Priorities created to encourage I reunification of fanriliea; b) asyF n for the persecuted; c) haven \* refugees and displaced per|n>; el preference for persons I 'ally needed skills. ItJimination of present insupt"t! )l1 (,i>, ne, "ibetween naM'born and naturalized citizens. Puenship inquired by naturaliza?" could be revoked only on the Pundi ol fraud perpetrated in acT'ttng it In the proposed bill no hich a native-born citizen can Form with impunity can serve InV" 1 1 1 for "vocation of citiI *"J'P f a naturalized American. uSr"? abroad is eliminated as •BEV 01 revoking citizenship R** by naturalization. ion of machinery for apccrs abroad. At present neither the applicant nor his friends or relatives in the United States can appeal if a consular officer abroad refuses a visa on the basis of un founded suspicions. Humphrey says he expects that other immigration proposals will be introduced in Congress to achieve many of these reforms. "A basis rethinking of our present inflexible and restrictive immigration policies is necessary to bring out immigration practices into accord with our democratic aspirations," he insists. Eleanor Roosevelt B'nai B'rith Women to Meet A regular meeting of the Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will be held on Wednesday, February 3rd. 8:30 p.m., at the El Comodoro Hotel. A skit will be presented featuring Erma Rosenblatt. Marilyn Saxe, Marilyn Brown, Jane Robinson and Bunny Philips. The skit, under the direction of Renee Rolnick. is the first presentation of the recently formed Drama Group. Mrs Rolnick il also in charge of the Chapters Mah Jongg League The league will reach its final : mics in the early Spring with the winning members of each team competing for a grand prize Jack Bell is Speaker Herzl Group of Hadassah will hold a cultural meeting on Friday, February 5th, 1 p.m.. at the home, of Mrs. Louis Heiman. 423 Ka*l Rivo Alto Drive. Guest speaker, will be Jack Bell, of the Miami Herald. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT. IN AND FOR CADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 18334 In Re: Batata of SOPHIE RABINOWITZ, alao know aa SOPHIE MEYERSON, alao know M BOPHIE BiEYRIBON, l ><•.. %  .i*.-il. CITATION TIIK bTATE OF hl.OltlDA: TO ABRAM MEYERQOS8, and to hi* wife. hln rhildn-n and grandchildren, Wbone names and rosliU-iir'-s are unknown; to JOSEPH UEN8TE1N, whooe roaidence la unknown: to the children and Krandehlldren ol CEUE OEN8TKI.V I >e, ...T.-...II. whom naram and realdenet-M are unknown; to the widow of JACOB UEYERQ088. IVI, and to ih,. children and grandchlldren of JACOB MEYERUOBl. I >. %  c .iM-d. whoae names and residences arc unknown, to the widow of KLI MEYEROO88, Deceased, and to the children and grandchildren of KI.I MEYERQO&8, Doninoort. whose names and realdeni-ea are unknown, and to all partlea known and unknown.wlallilinK by, through or under any of the %  DOVa parties, and to all peraona whomsoever claiming any inlerent In and to the estate of Hie aluivc named decedent, as provided In Paragraph Ninth, (al. (I.i. (c) and (d). of her last Will and Teatament, and to all of the unknown heirs, devisees and legatees claiming, or entitled to claim. under said portions of the Last Will and TeHtnnent of Ihe above named dt lent, and to all other persons conTOU' ARH HEREBY NOTIFIED that an Order has heen entered in the above etUuti that the presumption of your death lias heen established and that you or any person in your behalf, If you are alive, are required to produce within three (S) months from the date of the first publication of thin Citation, before this Court, satisfactory evidence of your continuant* In Ufa. You are hereto further notified thHt an Order has been entered herein decreeing thai under 111provisions of Paragraph .Ninth, (a), (b), (C). Oil. and le). of the Last Will and Testament of the %  bOV decedent, that the remainder of this estate will he distributed to charities to be selected by the Executor, as provided In ald Will, and that If satisfactory evidence of your continuance In life Is not produced within said three (31 months, an order will be entered herein flndlOl anil adjudicating the charities who are entitled to ieiei\. such property and the %  hare, and amounts which they respectlvel) are entitled to receive. Should you fall herein. I v.-rees will h, entered in due course. WITNESS mv hand and seal of said Court, at Miami, Dade County. Horida. thi. /g %v^xWoft County Judge UEOROE CHEKTKOK M17-I I • ilvnipia Building Miami. Florida Executor for above estate. 1/29 — 2/5-12.19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, de-lring to engage In business under the fictitious name o! Ll'CKY LEE RANCH, at 7096 Bonita iiiiw. Miami Bench, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LEONARD I.KK RATNER, Sole Owner SOMMBR, FRANK WKSTON Attorney! for Applicant 1 Lincoln Road 1/29 — 2/5-12-19 Tax Returns Prepared $5 up H ye* have ANY preblems calf on THE SERVICE CLINIC 39 Beacon* Blvd., Miami, Fla. Phone 13-1621 T.Y. SERVICE No Charge For Call Nights, Sundays, Holidays Vnlversal TV. I-hone H3-1317 IMMEDIATE TV SKKVICK NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in buaineaa under the flctltioua name of O. K. ELECTRIC CO., at (019 N.W. 17th Court. Ilialeah. Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of bade County, Florida. ALFKED It. OVERTHROW LAURENCE W. KKI.i.KY Bole Owners HOMER I. .MAKlAiW Attorney for Applicants II.. l-atigford llldg. 1/29 — i/l-ll-lt DAILY, SUNDAYS. HOLIDAYS 10 AM to 11 P.M. 3 for call City Wide Television Ph. 83-129? IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 165368 PAULINE riDKKKK. Plaintiff, vs. DANIEL KII'EKEP.. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: HAN I El. KIDKItER. I Canal Street. New Yolk, N. Y. YOU ARE HEKEBY NOTIFIED, that a Bill of Complaint for DIVOI baa heen filed against you. and yoo are required tO .serve a cj'pj of your Answer on the plaintiff's attorney. EMANOE1. .-PONDKK. Ill Lincoln Road. Miami iv.,, h. Florida, and file the original Anawer In the nfiu-e of the Cl.rk of the Clroult Court, on or before the 26th day of February, 19-4, or the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed DONE AND ORDERED, at Miami Florida, this; I7th •> of January 154. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Couit, Dnde County, Honda By V P. Ma. I.AItEN. Deputj Clerk 1/29 | ,-]j-i:. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the unSeralgned, desiring to engage In buaineaa under the flctltioua name of HECTOR'S BAR, al ;:'i N.E lal avenue. Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court Of Hade County, Florida RALPH ST JOHN KE8SLER ft CABS Attorneys for Applicant ITS.' w. Phurler 8t. 1 '29 — 2/.'i-12-l9 SUNRAYHARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITAWW Foe OT co*v*ix*cema Bee or Phone Me NAT GANS 3-4816 — 4-9381 LIFE INSURANCE NEED! Metropolitan Life Ins. Ce. 007 Blacayne Bldg. It W. Flagler St. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 22n4 Vl. • %  • 4-5860 Have your roof repaired now: you will save on a new roof later ••Satisfactory Work_ by Experienced Men for NEW FILTERS for veer AIR CONDITIONER C A 1 l "PHYLLIS THE FILTER GIRL' 82-8038 ADMISSIOM Flffflf BARGAINS 9AL0M at Third Annual RAZAAR o the JEWISH CULTURAL CENTER 4 LENOX AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH SATUMAY, SUNOAY and MONDAY Joneary 301a, 31 it • Fekr.ery ll A Variety of Fin. U.eful New M.rchandi.e at Very Attractive Pr.c.a RISTAURANT Pl.nty of O.lieiou. Hom.-Cook.d Food. will b. open from 5:00 p.m. M U TO LEASE WAREHOUSE or FACTORY New building on private railroad track, 3 tiaes, truck height. Loading-10,000 square ft., 16 ft. high ceiling. Light and taaitary, fire•reef, plenty parking space. Must be seen to be appreciated. Pan American Terminals, Hialeah Section of Miami. Reasonable rent! to reliable party. Max Goldberg, Sterling Hotel, Miami Beach, Ph. 861831, Room 501. LADY TO SHARE attractive modern Apt. with some. Strictly kosher, near Lincoln Read. Reasonable. 1600 Euclid Ave., Apt. 5, Miami Beach, Fla. Phone 58-1215. •*•' THE MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION cordially Invites you fo arftnd THE SIYUM HA' TOR AH OiDICATIOM Of A MM SACRED SCROLL SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 7th, at 7 P.M 1181 S.W. 12th AVENUE, MIAMI Reception Following the Cer.me-ies The Public is Invited ATTRACTIVE WIDOW WANTS TO MEET GENTLEMAN 55 YRS. WRITE: MISS S., BOX 2973, MIAMI 18 IT'S SMART TO SEE THE 4*GA80ft4$ IN MIAMI PH 3-0874 732 BISC BLVD ^\,UST BROSRvT tin in < % 



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/7 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE in K o/ the petition. Attached i; separate petition paper there slum or an affidavit "i the circulatoi I that he, and he only, peraonaU) circulated tinforegi apal th, itated numbei oi slgnathal all th.signatures api thereto were man.in hit thai he believes them t the ami genuine signatures : '" whoae name* thej purport to be. Section 5. FILING. EXAMINATION AND CERTIFICATION OF PETITIONS: All petition papers an Initiative or referendum | -hall be aasembled and filed with tne City Clerk at one Imti un enl With twenty (20) filed, 'tluCltj Cleric .-hall den whether each pap< r • %  : the hat. a pro;.cr statement "i the circulator, whether the petition la signed by a sufficient number • i %  electors. The CiU • "ball •'"•"'" thereto an arfldavll signed bj thi ilator thereof. If a petitloi Is found to b. Blgi tons than the numl ei certified bv thi tor, thi laal signature In • sceea ol the num %  tiled shall be tlon paper is found to <• fewei persona than the numbei fled, the mil. St A: %  completing his examination "f the petition, the City Clerk shall the result thereof to th.Coui itnext i. II he shall certifj that the petition in enl he shall --t forth in hli flcate the particulars in which it li .1.-r.-. ih. and ahall at on lify the Committee ot the Petttioneri of his findings Section 6. AMENDMENT OF PETI. TIONS: Aii Initlatlvi pi titlon ; %  be amended at any time within tei of Inauffii lei sen City Clerk, I petition ip • i and Hied ai p original petition. Th< within flvi i daya intent is fllec i : the B n is still li h Is ol ill nol Section 7. EFFECT OF CERTIFICATION OF REFERENDUM PETIYI'i.N W g, %  fled i • %  %  effect untl • -i the elect Section a. CONSIDERATION BY COUNCIL: '.' %  %  11 r• •-. Clerk, it Bl I proceed at mid %  :i A pi oposed : i vision shall lie hearing upon the propi The 1 na] action on the Ordinance not later than d..ialter the date on whu h Ordinance si,.,n i.. reconsidered by th.Council ami its final vote upon i tlon shall be upon the Question, "Shall the Ordinance fled in the Kefeieiidum Petition be Repealed?" Section 9. SUBMISSION TO ELECTORS: if the Council shall fail l< an ordinance proposed by Initiative petition, or shall pasa ft In a form different from thai set forth in the petition therefor, or if the Council fall to repeal a referred ordinance, the t iropoaed ,,: referred ordinance shall ibmltted to the electors at large, not less than thirty 130) days, nor more than sixty (60) days from the date th.Council takeIta final vote thei .---ii Thi Co in* 1 ma). in 11 i ration, and it no regular election is to i> h.-i be different from the legal title such Initiated or referred ordli %  and shall be a i lear, com lee raent. without argument or prejudice, descriptive of the substance oi such ordinance. Th.ballot used in voting upon any ordinal if a papei ballot, shall hav.below the ballot title the following propositions, one above tie other, in the order Indli ati i "t-"i The .md "Against the I Immed ft of eacl proposition thi:. ahall be a K) thi %  %  • may be but an thereon on u. If votini lot tl" below %  it th. • II ml t! nlty i two pn TAX II. 12, : ARTICLE X ADMINISTRATION ,vl Tax %  rt) subjei t '" i IV methi ,J .. : A rssmeii Re.,( A %  • K Cui.ii. Hearing, on Appeal to Courts 1 | %  %  Ol Tax Bills Intension ol is nl year on .• %  %  Asm iSection 1 DIVISION OF ASSESSMENTS: 1 ill %  Bl II the Departinenl %  "'Section 2. VROPERTY SUBJECT TO TAX; METHOD OF ASSESS MENT. Ul n the City, %  sjlng %  rim .,; • n oi el ri thi of July of i present to the Dlrecl nl roll % %  ( the pi within the %  %  Ith a Assessor a dupli smew shall I Ih' da) "i section 3. BOARD OF ASSESSVENT REVIEW: '• %  \.-. n %  %  Ri view Section 4. BOARD OF ASSESMENT REVIEW. POWERS AND DUTIES shall %  %  %  %  Section 5. PUBLIC HEARINGS ON COMPLAINTS: %  • • : %  %  %  • I upon %  %  Bslble, and the determination of the Board of Review shall be made .thin ten I %  Ulna leti all be Immediately etary of the : t-i the Cltj. A--. —i. a hose duty it shall be la tnak. su.h corn ill".n thi nt roll and duplicate, aa the Boai i ma) detei Section 6. APPEAL TO COURTS: in the detei mlnatlon of the %  ol Assessment Ri i lew n a) be tak.-n to a Court ol competent Jurisdiction nflt later than thirty (10) daya after certification to the t' tj Assessor Section 7. DIVISION OF COLLECTION: There ahall > % %  established In the Department of Flnanci .. division oi collect the head % %  which shall be the i"it\ Tax Collei toi Section 8. COLLECTORS BOND: The Collectoi shall o, fore the dellv ery to him id the A %  --in.-nt Itoll. iret) bond t"i the faithful pen formam •• of hit duties, Including i ompllance with all controlling provisions %  d law bearing upon the functions ol inoffice, In a form approved by the State Tax Commissioner, and in such sum, not l.-ss than thi amount established by the i iommlsaloni i. aa ahall latix.-d by the Council Section 9. TAXES PAYABLE WHEN DUE: Taxes shal payable when due. Section 10. PREPARATION AND DELIVERY OF TAX BILLS. As so,,,, as the duplicate la delivered to the It) 'ax Collet tor, he -hail at once DI gin work ol preparing, i omp and nulling or otherwise delivering III for the fiscal year to the owners of property asm %  tar as owners are known and shall complete auch work on oi befon %  he first day ol Novi n In r The validity tax or the time al whii h the shall be payable shall nol be af% %  '"i M the fallur. of the Collector to mail or Othl : ..:s, di m,., ., ,., x Section 11. EXTENSION OF TAX MENT U H m NT VEAR 0N ASSESS MENT ROLL: I pon adoption of the • urrenl budge) i., ,i„ council • %  I ,:. pri : l! ; ri I, n i this Charter ana in.determination th.i.hi ,,f th,. • >raised by taxation the Ihoi (tended • nl roll and dunlli m • LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICf \.tin l ii • : II.'I II V I %  Ol 'I" %  ( I,III thi franutllltli Ol i I hi ".t :.|1' I %  urn Section 1 DEFINITIONS l„ unCharter, unless n %  %  nd %  %  return ul six i ihi net apltal lllV ,•:..,, ,., i tlgutlon. lal Investmei %  .,! outlay %  • ,lus working capital the nvesloi PP* I ithln the It) %  st. less de• .,i ol all used a i \ rop .,dl lei tinted I" a I'll x Bll ; %  I bl thi iprlate unit II established < % %  < of I %  > in iccordance %  of tne l"','i'' r i e alii mi i le for I nal general %  I nol Included in the untl orlci ih.depn • latlon deduction shall In lude i-th physical and i ahall take -t II fferenci etwi en the unitam. available n linns, un ludlng the rtlffer%  • etweei • slating and ava table new units No addll allowances shall be mad.<• %  •. franchise \ aha goini other • nir the I i capital expi MlSection 2. GRANTING OF FRAN. CHISES: The I'll) shall have IKlWel t.. iranl %  frani hrle to any %  foi ih. tse ul %  iblh wa) HI the (urnishlna • %  f :ill% public utllll • • '' %  lus.-s renew and %  eta shall be granti d %  \ pr ; d franibn tted i" and he -hill i.eit. i to the .. i .••, n t. port i untainlng Section 3 CONDITIONS AND TRANSFER OF FRANCHISES: enewal ex%  i a ii na hlse .11: %  upon the utility th*duty %  i set v |ce at a minial indet pro| • nl managi mi nl havi the right to readdltiona, lmn %  nomy ot Improvement h ami it ma %  h oi di : with re ipet I to aafi I) ami other matters ..may be ni ••• %  sai\ .a dealrable for the community. i. i i ix the rates % %  ii hai gad b) th, utllit) for the different claaaea of ii erve t" the Clt) the powei t-i revise auch rates al the end .1 •.! (is. al year Such rates shall be sufficient to ever the COSt Ol service as defined In Section 1 Of this Article I.I Reserve in the City the Hunt, any tune aftei five l .i years, to al • tin Ham hi-..md purchase all the propertlei "f the utllit) at a pur* price equal to the net capital lent, "I at.. any inouerty In* luded in the purchaae for which the ; %  (Bl DVl still, lit | S n .it as. el tamable from the accounts, at the estimated ai tual cost k i acci led di in ei lation. ih) No franchise shall be transferred net eaftei by an) utiiitv to anothet without the approval of the Clt) and •'mun. a, t,, aw h approval all the terma and i ondltlona ol this shall i..Included in ti„transferred franchise Tin e £ ,, n 4 ^^ ,ATE BA SE; VALUATiON BOARD: if mi capital Investment is not accepted ..the rati i.y both th.city and the Coum ii and b) a public unlit v i. nderlng service within ti„, city inn not HI. within the franchise terms ..f this flcle, the i 'HI s agency for utilities, referred to in s.-. tlon I utihn ',.;':',',' K """• a rate bas sonalde \,\ utility shall be mad.. ey. The atloaa %  %  il foi %  ',' "" *"" > a I millet,.li.1l.., sow,, motion, maj i ,„,„." "on coal appraisal, adefined In tinArticle, made ,aid in negotiating ., t.,„ 'i"ur:,n:;:",s. ::.-,;;; %  "::iv-:.:y;::::,,v ; ; Ar public of this sin I. apurpoaa ..f establishing onsldered tali and reaBUCh city .if,. II, | ln Adequate technical assistance available t.. the Agen>| any ,,[ > uc h negotlsubmltted to th. approval. The Coum II, either v "• %  nmmenilatlon lllon. tnav lm\ --t a|i|dii able to AND PROthrough i.ie reductions ,.,l,liK >eai bection RfcCOROS ,,,i ri,. i'ouncll shall establish or v ncy ,.( the Clt* Uov., in, II snail assemble the -•. titial t.. proper ile,II,,II ,,t cost of service and the Hxuif! liable rates. Such agen. have .md keep up i % %  date an i .•! the |iroperty used In pubII v th. cost of such properties ii> and leas..nably inclined n% appraisal, additions and i. tit, in. ntmade each year, the deui, -elation, and all matters that enter Into tn, ,.. rlodlcal readjustment of the ,• it shall hav. power to make, ami shall %  oiiduct, all inspections and examinations 'd public utility properi,counts and records iiecessary ,,: appropilate i" .any out the provi-...ii. ..i this Charter. At the close of ,, h %  ilendar or fiscal year. It shall oak. a ..mpiehi-nslve report and recommendation to the Mayor and the i mn ii ih. Mayor urmll thereupon make separate recinineiidatlons to the Council, which, after receiving them, may proceed with Informal neR-otiatlons or with formal proceedlnas. j-.v ,-i y public utility operating within the Clt) shall furnish to such Agenllai reports as to cajiltal outla., property retirement*, operating revenues, operating expenses, taxea and other accounting matters according; t.i the standard accounting claaslflcatlon issued foi such utilities by the state Public I'tllltlea Commission. In addition the City may require reports regarding salaries, wages, employees, contracts, service performance, and all other record* of operation that i>-rlaiii to proper late adjustments on the basis ot f,n ts and regular admlnlstraiin The Agency established or designated ii. the • ouncil snail also niaae appropriate efforts t" obtain proper annual revision of rates ol private la II do not operate unuer the i. in hlse terms of tins Cbautar, ami which are nol subject to municipal regulation '*> 'i.-n.-iai Law, it may obtain piopei surveys of il| Kyi ii-. s, taxes and other i >'i the net .apital Invesln tli• 1 '' %  "„ ,,f general muni ipal admlnlati Pmv,A 0 T n C i 9 x < COMPETITION WITH P 5 r V r A T E JY OWNED AND OPERomd VT' LITIES: lf munSlpiMy •• unity would ,'„ver the i it, -i;., II effort to ; I i.iii,, •'•• Ian to I Section 12. DESCRIPTION OF TAX BILL: %  nd ,„„,,. %  •\ utility • \ •! \ r*-Hn.n i t.liikingf %  properi or uny dupllea• %  If tile 'InK prii %  ; %  VhloW %  file r„J fllcnn K ordtnan the electors ,„ • afirm.it iv.. pre al| to the extent of such confUcL Munilv 10. 11. ated with IV •'P.I Utility i,r, a „. rinam.al proVWoag %  Ti:n:::;:-,:;:..:-;;, v. LEGAL NOTICI terest to rate red, for promotion of ',;'"! %  „I advancement of th, *"'' X cu.1 Intereat, of u,,.'!'''""">< Z\ utllltv shall n.d I .,'"""unit, benefit of oth.i ,, '* ra td and shall ,„,,",... '"'",1*1 dlrei'tly a. a K ,„ ', """' ln ..eney f.,1 Ine'cffv^-lssl pay to the cit> -„,,•;'"' m other tax.s .,., ,..J.' r "!s.n upon private bus '""t as2 Section M. FINANP... rl *l tlONS: The City „wv U& "nj quLsltJon of privately ***** Oaf the cost of all ,„„ M *,.' %  '' 1M., erty Instalatlon for utffl.*?! by borrowing, m aceoSSS ^ provision of A, t„". v"*,? 0 ? U ter Appropriate provlatoJ*! made, however, for ,V' n ">i and retirement of Vfcrja"*" %  to the provision, of ,h, c t',"'"' amortlaatlon and •etiASmlL effecte.1 through the uLe 0l '^ provddeo hroUKh £*g^ ARTICLE XII •UCCKMION IN OOveHN.,. 8ectlon 1. Aaaeaament and u i.'i. l l,." "! I ir 1 "313 Kighta of Office. !" B ployee, pre^rvV*" ....-muanee of P^, when Charter take, %  Transfer of Rec^l" 1'ioperty -""na | Continuity of Office, a partinent, ,„. i,.,,^' Continual,,.. o( £. and I'ubli, iniprovS Pendlnu Aeiion. aiTl ceediiiKs Section 1. ASSESSMENT ANBi COLLECTIONS IN FIRST rial YEAH: The first fiscal i rJr ''" llsbed by Mecllon 1. At tide 111 oM Charter, shall IH?KIII on thr in of .November ami shall end un tail day of UctolN.-r of i i lU-tidjri Section 2. RIGHTS OF OFFir AND slMPLOYEES PRESERv. Nothing in this Charter -ititained.* cept aa specifically pn.viaeil affect or Impair the • ighta ana i lieges of Officers oi Kfnployseal City or of am i irtmeBtl Agency existing at I h. tune wheel Charter shall take effi ... ..rini vision of law In le,, .n tl,, |, m( 1 'harts* shall t..h, and igl | consistent with thi i uvisioaasfl i 'baiter In relation :., i^rsoaseLL ixiintinents, ranks, ti ol.... uaanj office, promotion, removal. ..mi retirement rights, >\ii ratuaj any other rights | c.-rs or Kniidoi. | Office, l'eparlincnt oi A. of. Section S. CONTINUANCE PRESENT OFFICERS: All holdiiiK ailmlnistiat.il office all time this Charter Ukea continue In office and in the foriiiance of their duties until | slon ^.hall have 1M-.|I made In. a nee herewith for the performasetl such duties, or the dis, ontinuuctl such office. The powers oenferreil the duties Imposed upon any Hepartment, or Agen. of the Ckjlj the Laws of this State -hall, ill t ifflce. Department ol Agenryafl City be abolished by this i hirsr.i under Its authority. I-thereafwj erclsed and discharged by the 1 -,, I'.partinent or AgencJ desiraattsj the Council unless otherwise | herein. Section 4. STATUS OF OFFK AND EMPLOYEES MOLDING t TIONS WHEN CHARTER Tag EFFECT: Any person hoWiM.. office or position in the 01 S. nice of the City when this C takes effect who shall have sersay such position for at hast a of three months, shall be reu without preliminary ..r wurkiag i and shall thereafter be subject *] respects to the proi i.-lons of Charter. Other • m service at the time this Charter 1 effect ahall be regarding as their positions undu tha appointments. Section S. TRANSFER Of ORDS AND PROPERTY: All r property and eo.ulpii"-nt W"* 1 of any Office. Department r A or part thereof, all the puserai duties which are assigned te anraa office, Departiitent oi Ag.n) W" Charter, shall be transferred aaei llvered to the Office, 1 '.-partmesi< Agency to which such p..eis aaasi ties ar* so assigned. If PgLJi powers and duties "f any •"• l>aitmenl or Agt-n. ) ol l" are, by this Charter, aaalgnsi.sfj other Office. Iiepaiim. nt >•' all records, prtipem ma "'"'jr i datum exclusively 'l' r l0 ,J*Brj ti.uisferrcKil Wad delivered t" tV* !" I'epartment or Agein > to •"''jLji powers and duties an "•" M Section g. C O N T iNUlU OFFICES, DEPARTMENTS 0" ENCIES: Any Otftre, ^• %  '' %  '"'"^ Agency provided for In ""* JJ with a name, or with I ''''„, • tlea the same 01 • / 1 "*!?same as those of si meal ."proceeding, civil or cilmlns* %  L



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i .1 { PAGE 8 A Jewish fh*kl**r> FRIDAY, JANUARY 29 UM Slates Second Mental Health Series The psychiatrist's vi W ol various phases ol social conduct "ill be present) i by six authorities in their I Bd annual Mental Health Lecture Series in the < ol the Universitj <>i Miami. Dr. Jess Spirer, director >>f the UM Guidance renter, is coordinator of the program. Lectures will Do given Thursday evenings. 8:15 p.m.. in Beaumont Lecture Hall on the main campus, beginning February 11th and ending March 18th. Dr. Paul S. Jarrett will open the series with a discussion on problems of physical health from the psychiatrist's point of view. A psychiatrist's view of modern education will be presented by Dr Jacques S. Gottlieb, and of juvenile delinquency hy Dr. Bruce Alspach. i Dr. Bernard R^odr**"* wil' hr%l on psychiatry aid marriage. Others are Dr. John J. McAir'rrws on psychiatry and religion, and Dr. Herman Selinsky on psychiatry and human rights. 1? Judo Class Resumes The Judo class for t,., n ag .. began its 1954 schedule a. Greater Miami Jewish < „ mmil (ciiler. Town Branch (.ymn !" on Thursday evening Leadfor the Judo insti vi led hy Lou llendelov with the American School for J^ $> ..iiiiil Ti si* Steinbaum to Address Der Yiddisher Forum Israel Steinbaum, of New York, Will be guest speaker at a meeting of Der yiddisher Forum on Saturday evening, January 30th. 8 p.m.. in Kneseth Israel Congri "ion. Subject of Steinbaumad ischeduled as: Bi-Lingual Jems In American Jewish Life The speaker has been a teacher and is a frenuent contributor to publications on educational subjects. He icurrently affiliated with the Yiddi.-h Scientific Institute. Der Yiddisher Forum ia weekly presentation of the Greater Miami Chapter of YIVO. I Israel Film Scheduled The Miami Young Adult Zionist District will meet Tuesday, February 2nd. 8:30 p.m.. at the Bureau of Jewish Education. An Israel film will be shown Proceeds for Hospital Greater Miami Alumni Association of Iota Alpha Pi held its an-1 nual card party Wednesday eve-' ning at the Home Milk Company.' Proceeds are for the Variety C'hil-. dren's Hospital. In charge of the j affair were Miss Pat Besner, Mrs Henry Roman. Mrs, Eli King and | Miss Evelyn Litman. ITALIAN GARDENS ONE OF GREATER MIAMI'S SMARTEST RESTAURANTS FAMOUS fOR Fine Italian Foods Steaks Chops • Chicken 84-7759 or 78-9287 7444 BISCAYNE BLVD. Committee of the North Shore Jewish Center Sisterhood raised ^JT^^^>^ of the Center a. a recent "Stairway to the Stars" Fashion Show Standing let to r ght) are .he Mesdames Gussie Rosencranz. Adrienne Heir, Rachelle Abrornowitz. Lillian fttto Olid Shirlee Altaian. Bottom IOW are the Mesdames Bert Klinger Gold.e Cohen, president. June Wagner, chairman, Gussie Sch warz, ch airman and Elsie Belsky. Women Map Plans for UJA Drive; 103 Million Dollars Raised Since 1946 NEW YORK iJTAi—Plans for a solve not to let Israel stand alone 1954 activity for the United Jewas she presses forward to consoli ish Appeal were mapped at a twodate her free institutions which are day meeting of the National Hoard without parallel in the entire Mid oi L'JA Women's Division here die Easl He called special attenThe Women's Division stimulated lion "to Israel's recent passing of the raising ol more than 1103,000, the hail way mark to economic sta bility and independence." and em phasized thai "only those dedicated to peace, and working for peace, in Israel and in the United States, could have achieved such dramatic progress, m so ••hurt a time against SO many dangerous obstacles." The I'JA general chairman urged the women leader', to press for "increased giving and increased voluntary efforts' to help the United Jewish Appeal attain its 1954 goal of close to $120,000,000 ^IHS WITH .+1 SONG Ph. 67-6109 or 48-1279 A^> ooo since its establishment as campaign unit in 1946. Edward M M. Warburg, general chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, told tne parley that Israelrise in the past five and a half yearto a position ol "democratic preeminence" in its part of the world "represents a heartening vie ton for the cause of freedom, which since the end of World War II hasuffered too many setbacks and defeats in the advance of dictator-hip and totalitarian power." Warhurg declared that "all who value the free way of life must re o> TREAT YOURSELF to a superb DINNER tonight jamous uALlfj cuisine DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED THf GOOD 43rd & COLLINS PHONE 58-1451 HOTfL o s trathHaven HOTEL Tv)GUST CrOS RVf" y la the Ol •/"' u RESTAURANT D Al K Y V [ G £ J A I A N a n d fish Serving Bieakfast Lunch — Dmnr — AI*o a la Cart* Spec,,il, Sunday and Thursday — Chttu Bagels N „'n HIN ri TON AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH PH. 5-S1B No* ,n Our Eleventh Year Air Condition* MBBMVMMHP-' CATERING DIVISION FOR 411 SIZE PARTIES On the Ocean 411 OCEAN DRIVE Is Now Open to Serve You tor the Coming Season Strictly Kosher DINING ROOM MODERATE RATES tor Reservations Phone 5-4691 R 0 S E D A L E RESTAURANT KOSHER STYLE COOKING • PRIVATE DINING ROOM • AIR CONDITIONED • FREE PARKING 170 N. W. Fifth Street PHONE 9-7996 LtNOX MANOR ROOMS WITH -|C>r MIALS Pine Foods -:. Spacious Patios Fro* Service to Bssch INDlvmni R ?, m W'th Double Exposure Reasonable ,_, INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THOSE ON SPECIAL DIE !" 827 LENOX AVE., MIAMI BEACH PHONE 51-7171 TRITON HOTEL DINING ROOM 2729 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Phone lor Reservation. 5-6651 5-4907 Erwin and Louise Frishnet Air Conditioned Completely Air Condition*** MI BEST IN ROSHIR POOR* r KOSHER f S T A U R A N T A DILICATESSf" TDitr>frt,v../ ""•*•• *rrfcm IN Dining M—uire TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NIGHT DINNERS opt! W D* SH '?P T0N ^^^SUUfSJIVu *** open Da..y II a m to • n m ......H.„ •, a.m. 10 c 1.50 I am to t p m. Saturday S PSTRATH HAVEN, Good Food 1225 Washington Av e Miami Beach RfMEMBfR TOO CAN M SCRff Of TMl WRIST rOOO Al "TO MENDELSOHNS y$ RESTAURANT ft CATERERS Cornar 41 at St. ft R 0 y.| p,| m fty.nw., Miami Btaeh Telephone 58-7074 Air Cond"' 10 "" incr, „ d A I, Corl. T fff Dlimari Only •• fr Under Supervision of Rabbi Mas*. AUtdfMI .-.. _**Jj"" r "la tiaynf Sfa*s*Rr_ m



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, I PAGE 10 B yJmMlkr^E^ FRIDA Y. JANUARV ^ %  U LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE %  ..^28." DOWN PAYMENTS ON CAPITAL PROJECTS I ITojei-u I sum n th. ew. i which othei I • %  LEGAL NOTICi Section 24. SHORT PERIOO OF L |M,lATIONS: Vh.ll tfOtJ '% %  < I n.o i>ai '"""' i in thin I'linrP" Ml. lit* Of EFFECTIVE DATE OF S*:" _ES LE O c BOND OBO ; TAT ON %  %  BctlOB 12 NO BOND ORDINANCE TO Bfc LNLESS APPRO. i tnt to i %  %  • ARTICLE IV. BORROWING i-OR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS -%  -'• e, tii Sect oS SAGE NES%  I : 1 FORM *NP CONTENT: PERIOD OF USEFUL%  %  %  = HOCED. RE FOR PASSAGE OF BOND ORD'NANCtS Pl-B AFTER F NAL PASSAGE • %  %  Krfer. nee to bi down | • %  %  %  %  %  *, Ma• II |i b) R< -paid In %  I %  NOTICE %  %  I the %  Chan egu run I %  riTV CLERK Section 10. REFERENDUM ON BONO ORDINANCES: Before an) III abli f" the I'll .ill IIIId Oil North Mia ml acting b I and othi era. It • • i h IF tu h by t he i egI (reel Mi I ich el. %  • • ieat> • %  ,| irlna a %  • Section -3 DOWN PAYMENT NOT REQL'RED IN CERTAIN CASES: I %  i thi for thi %  %  %  \ mi r Section 14 AUTHORIZATION OF NOTES IN ANTICIPATION OF BONOS: MATURITY 'H!I • i il in. i %  li %  • • .. • N i ii..1 more Hi in fo %  lance ol \ii bond am li Ipatlon not* -ni' !'•• Hold b) the propi i euthont) private nale a it boul pi ,-v louii publli ni;. Section 15. OTHER PROCEEDINGS BY RESOLUTION: All matter* III tlon a IIh tinauthoi Isal Ion m la .' %  cf ol bonda "i notea not epectftcall) required to bo i vtded in the bond ordinance ma) be determl I led b) aubaetiuent Rpaoiutlonn adopted b) the affirmative vote ol .ii i. • i in.i |orlt) "t the membi ol I clt) Council Section 16. ALL BONDS PAID IN ANNUAL INSTALLMENTS Ml %  • I %  I %  %  Bond %  %  r the %  %  Ing within • I' tereal of i %  %  by tbi %  4t til. bond* irauanl tu thin Charter ahall I "•• ol whli ii than fifi\ pel centum %  i prior Section 17 FIRST ANNUAL IN. STALLMENT: | %  annual InI ill Iwo LAST ANNUAL IN%  I %  PERIOD OF-" USEFULPUTED FHOM UA1L OK Hi %  i PERIOD OF USEFUL %  I" "" """• H I"' ambl 0 to ... ell I.I In.n I til. • It) and ..II I,I HIIUII i revel thereed II i ordinance ahar] be i i '•' hai. bi i. ed b) Una i mpi) "'" ""; urovt.i. .i ..mi .ill laws; ilhiit) ol au. ii bond „h H |i nol i lerealtei be ... i. either a pat t) pUlntlff ,i.i. nil.ur except In H .,, ,„ proceeding! ooen. i,,. to tbi exp i..in. ii nf i lay %  Section 25. PAYMENT OF BONDS AND NOTES: Thl POWer "" 1 ot '"\ tml ,, D | thi Clt) i" pa) an) anil all ., mi noti hereafter laeuad by ,. p Uri hii Charter, -hall l>r unlimited and the City "hall levy ad ,..|....in laxea upon ..II taxable propiiii within i lie City for the payment h honda ot i and Interest I hen ,. without limitation of rate or an". urn The faith ••'"1 credit of the hereb) pledged for the paymanl prin IpaU %  il of the Interest on nil in.rnlr. and notea of the City hcreunied purauaal lo thlCnai i.-i, whethei "i nol sm h pledge 1 atatad in the l~.ii.I.i %  •! notea, or In the bond orilinun. .i ith.n-lzlng their Iexcept -iolherwlae ptoiiild In SecUon 10 of I I 11. lo ih,. purpoae "I HUM Beet Ion being ind economliblii wayo withf North Miami B li maj be Improved, li li hereb) declared in in ill. galll • in : ih.pi i ahall, in any of the ordera for aui boi golai l) •" %  %  i) affi • the %  t> ,.r lie mil. lb '1 tot nt ARTICLE V. DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL 1 M ,.i appointl" It. 12, nt i 'i\ il S.-t \ %  • I :. ..ml — N umbel. A ppolnl m. utM. on mil Removal Cuii Servlci I '."Hid — s. lei tlon ol nan Bee.iii i i 'hlef I -v." miner i ,i i s.-i i.. Board i m laaalfled and Clai Kel vice Civil Service Board — Powera and Dutlea, • .mi ..f K;il. I'n.in..li.iii Civil Hen • i' ird— i:.-in..\.ii. Suonanaton, Itedui lion "i Bn ployaaa In Claaalfled Rervtco ("l\ il Kel \ li .Iiimrd— j-'.ituiof pre a e n l l-'mployeea in Claaainad .-.ii Condition (or paymanl of i %  lea In 'l^ aalfied Set M. a i'... i s of Subpoena, ihitha, l*i oduoUon of r., di na, Penaltfei %  Pel ill rivll Service I:.>.u-I. Ms Kmpl • %  ti\.lo Claaalfled •I • r i nd Itetli i el I'm.!. InaurI' n .i epta I V fol Ml. Il idminiati it li I', .HI i %  • %  II Vet. Hi niMEHIT BASIS OF AP. %  PASSAGE IT lion POINTMENTS In %  l tin%  v T %  %  aald rlty Section 3. %  %  %  %  20. %  NESS: I %  %  III.-..I lb) Ma • %  • i %  on 2. CIVIL SERVICE BOARDNUMBER: APPOINTMENTS: ELECI" .'OVAL: %  ,, b) I il.. n Mm,. • three |>olnted b) tin1,7 mi ahall ba %  %  i M uml term* %  ha %  Thai ',',' "" elected fr..m th npl ..Il plant* f i Secton xpi l |.l.4 with l\ ..,.,,. • i. led hi Hi. I .'' '• (he other ft..in the remaining Ml nf the hall i ik. office Mi> vacanclea • %  m the -..in,mam i tod .., 'It) ,,, M ithorleed t.. I., the ml, | Hie I, bi thi C Sett n i Civil I I ..r elec* ni: iha with n. ,i 1 vlded In S. %  Section 5. FORM AND CONTENT OF BOND ORDINANCE: A l„„„| :i. .,illowlng prov slonr .•:i ..f %  urn. %  %  mated asd b) • %  .iproof •ire vaeanlion 4 %  ERVII SSIF.f: 0 JUS! L1CAL N0TIC6 fh-d and Claaalfled -; -'a.ir.e,l Sen, ".J*\ <> The h.,,„. ., """• member or '. ''lwiiiw w Attornay. Judg, r.""^ """ of P ''IJCJ p.u tment. an.l i -.he ,;;;;;,v„::;"'.' ^z i b) Hi:. M| Service rhen '.'"•'•S fled Sel l|. .. I),,, aa th. 'ikit* ln peiulhn flciitl.MiK of a HI i. ni l"'"feaalonal. ... ,, ''' a. tar, aa may be ,1, ,.., „,„ '.'• MII.-K ..f the Board hal| i-e any i to th. fhulinii Ic) The Ivalmr C| ordinary unakllled I. Section S. CIVIL SERVICE Bn POWERS AND DUTIES: CREATS OF RULES: The H-wrq alllniS the power and ahall I (It Adopt, amen.I ,,,,| f code of rulea and regulation! %  lug for the gppolntnient ..nd'es ment In all poaitimis in the ru Service, baaed on m< i-haracter and Indin-tn, a ,jillniniaiuila. inapenalont, lemotlqaii reaignatlona for caua. HowivZ IUICH affecting thi %  leetlri K'lrira of apiHiTntmenl ind aha ahall Include or ha\. nlmllar In In the provlMonol S. lion ;,<', • %  (f) Adviee an.I il n, ( p 9 an.I Mayor In foatei Inatltutlong explain Ihe altuatloakj uwn defenae. A <"|i> of aald Si of nimharge togethei iilh thIL %  rxplanaiinii. if ..ny, fhol llled with the Board i tempi employee who hai mantatl ua In any other clai civil ear vice rlghte Ca-eqj euch an empeoyi l.v tile IVDHI tment I m .iiineal t., the CIMI SerM. %  Ifcara. () GROUNDS FOR DISMlS SUSPENSION AND DEM0TI0 The following are breach of duty .ml • itroundaj I Service ni •' • on, ibough charg. i.l-.li .,II.. uthi r th via. that an) %  i Labeen col ol • in.ii offem nil. ng moral tui iin ha i.. %  -II gain .1 :., ., crlml f..i.ih. Qran i J ih,employee • in, -i thai i he h. H OI continued will au. h b e granted, provl %  -.ii i mi %  r all rlghi ,,. rlod ..f adj I,.i.,i, furthec, thai may have ihe hi ii,.n i c .i at an) II. .in ,in .i i li naa willfullj through culpable guilt) "f brutal t) inmate >.i prlaoni t.iti,in or to a peraon uti hai wUlfuIlj ih. provlalona of th. I..IU III Itlllc i. i hai he II guiin %  I mini; to an ciiiof N.nih Ml.. I. tfl h.iviolated r.a-onal fflcial .I.-i in failed to Ob. ; %  .„ ,1,1 or Illlle.l o -in leaaonal.le direction id" •"'"* k b, hiauparu.r. tmn or f.illui >• i an act of Inaubordlnai i.uliiea.h of prop, reaulle.l, or raaaunabl) ,-—, .1 to reault. In ... the Clt) ..i to .Sif" ih.Prtaoaera ol or haa M.I ,', I., r ol Ihe Clt) I'o :. |.ro| ,pproprlatlon lug Ihe %  than a : Coun. II in i II iInoomp. efficient in Ih' I III i la caraeaae tM %  ""•"





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av JANUARY 29. 1954 LE GAL NOTICf +Jewistncrldian PAGE 15 B I LEGAL NOTICE -hen this Charter shall /,"",'",," ,iby or agalnat the Effect, '' ',,,,,. Department or ',,., thereof, shall l>e I ,| i,v the adoption of ?""' '•' '' |„ amthlng Herein li'l"'"',, ,n' such m-tlonii or %  „.„.. notwlth. notions, power* %  d'"* /-in Office, Department [dun-part) iiier.-to r ii.m*, power* and du[ ..,.,, transferred I charter. ARTICLE XIII DEPARTMENT OF LAW ,rv ATTORNEY; AP,, ,|\ : \IKNT ,-HV \TTORNE1 ; m U.IF'ICATIONS c TVATTORNEY; POW,|i |)| IIKS ,, N. -u-\i. JUDGE; AP" i-nlNTMENT MINHIPAL JUDGE; ul VILIFICATIONS Ml S'M'II'AL JUDGE: i-, ,u Kits ANI> Dl'TlBS •tun 1 CiTV ATTORNEY; APCTMFNT II""shall '' a '"'/tin, .-. I• %  he head of which %  he th. nti Attorney, who shall | |„ | h e city Council. Irtion 2 CITV ATTORNEY; %  LOCATIONS: The City AttOT|t„ nuallfv fill HUC'h position MllHll [ law, .tn,l a tnem%  |,l„. n la Bar i" good tandhfta 3. CITY ATTORNEY; C E RS AND DUTIES: The City I ,.,|| be the legal adviser tlliiffi..Department* and AgT, mil "f %  '' "fflcer* and Kin%  ..( the I'm of North Miami %  th ri-litiiiiKI" ih.-lr offk-lal lowKnddutlei He "hall represent the ...lings. It shall Ihidut) '-• perform all service* I -n ion ** may lie E.r.,1 b) '• "• >'> 'hi* Charfur u> IT. iimi a. jctmn 4. MUNCIPAL JUDGE; % OINTMENT There *hall be a L %  hi -'• appointment the Mayor. Ktion 5. MUNICIPAL JUDOE; VILIFICATIONS: The Municipal %  hall dul) licensed and I it -law, and i irlda liar In food (.linn iction 6. MUNICIPAL JUDOE; VERS AND DUTIES: It shall !>• %  dutv o( the \l inlclpal Judge to %  I les* than once LEGAL NOTICE every week, at uch time and In *uch place a* may he designated i,v th. Council for the trial of all pi i-harced with violation of any of the Ordinance* of the city. which trial •hall be without Jury, and, upon conviction of *uch peraon 01 person*, to Impoae upon him or them aui-h penal') a* may be provided by *uch OrdlMIKM He xiiall havithe Dowel to summon witnesses. I*aue warrant* of arrest upon affidavit duly filed, to administer uth* and in do all other act* neceuary for the perfi mce of bla duty. Be .-hall also have the powei to punish for contempt of court to the extent of u fine not exceeding five hundred ($SM) dollar* or imprisonin,in not exceeding alxt) (60) day*, or both Much fine and Imprisonment. The ...MIM nf prosecution In said court shall be the earn* ai are allowed by law lii Circuit Court, such costs being taxed against th* pei son convk ted, and ooHectod by tbs City Clerk, to be paid over by Mm to %  Clt) Deposltar) and placed to the credit of tli•Cllj ,,f North Miami Ile.n a. ARTICLE XIV GENERAL PROVISIONS Section 1. Contracts extending beyond "L"' >..ll 2. Publicity or Record* 3. Personal Interi i 4. Official Bonds 5. Oath of Office 8. Effect of this Charter on Existing LAW 7. Amending the Charter '. 8. Suit* and Claims against the City 9. Separability Clause Section 1. CONTRACTS EXTEND. TENDING BEYOND ONE YEAR: No ( %  muni t Involving the payment of money out of the appropriations of more than one year shall be. made for a period of more than fixe ft) year*; nor shall any such contract be valid unlea* made or approved by ordinance. Section! PUBLICITY OF RECORDS: All records and ai count! of every Office, Department or Agency of the City shall be open to Inspertion by any rltlsen, any representative of a cltlsens* organisation, or any repreeeBtative of the pre**, at all reasonable time* and under reasonable regulatlons established by the Council, except rei-ords and doi-uments the dlsclosure of which would teml to defeat the lawful purpose which they are Intended to accomplish. Section S. PERSONAL INTEREST: No member of the Council or any Officer or Employe* of the City shall have any financial Interest, direct or Indirect, or by reason of own.i ship of stock In any corporation, In any contract, or in the sale to the City or to a Contractor supply in*the City, of any land or rights or Interests In any land, material, supplies or service*. Any willful violation of this section -hall constitute malfeasance In office, anil any officer or Employe* of the > ity lound guilty thereof shall thereby forfeit Ins office or position. Any vlolati.iii ,,( this Section with Hie knowlsoae, express or Implied, of the person or corporation contractile with we clt j -hail reader the contract voidable bj the Mayor or the Council. Section 4. OFFICIAL BONDS: Th. Director of Finance, th* Tax CoUecnd such other Officers or Bmilie Couni II ma) by genBral 'niinanie, r. tjuir* so to do. shall give bond in such amount and wuh such surety as tnaj i"gpproveg by the Council. The pri irflum* mi such bonds shall l„paid \,\ the City. Section 5. OATH OF OFFICE: officer of ti u city shall, before entering upon th* unties of his office, t.is.and subscribe lo th* R>llowlng oath oi affirmation, to be filed and kept in the office of the City Clerk: i solemnl) -u.ai'ioi affirm) that I will support the Constitution and will iii,i-i tinLaws of the United States, and of the State of Florida; that I will, in all respects, observe the provisions of the Charter and Ordinances of the city of North Miami Hea.-ll. .ill. I Will faithfully discharge the duties of the office of LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Section 8. EFFECT OF THIS CHARTER ON EXISTING LAW: t|0 All laws and parts or laws relating to. or affecting the City of North Miami Beach In force when this charter shall take effect, are hereby repeale.l and superseded I,, the extent that the same are inconsistent with the provisions Of this Charter; (b) In-,.far as the provisions of this Charter are the same In terms or in substance and effect as the provisions of th*. law In force when this Charter shall take .elect, relating to or affecting the City or Ninth Miami Beach, the provisions of this Charter are intended to be not a new enactment, hut a continuation of such provisions of law, and this Charter shall be so construed and applied. Section 7. AMENDING THE CHARTER: amendment* to this Charter in.n he framed and submitted to the electors of the City by a Charter Commission In the manner provided bylaw for rraming.and submitting a new Charter. Amendments may also be proposed and submitted by Ordinance passed by a vote of the majority of the member* of the City Council, or by a petition signed by not less than ten per centum (lO^) of the qualified electors of the City, setting forth anv pro|ssed amendments and filed with the City Clerk In accordance with the provisions of Section of Article IX of this Charter, whereupon the Council shall forthwith provide by ordinance for submitting such proposed amendment to vote of the electors. Any ordinance for submitting a Charter Amendment to the electors shall provide that such Amendment be submitted at tne next regular municipal election, If one shall occur not less than sixty (80), nor more than one hundred twenty ll^ii) days after the passage of the Ordinance; Otherwise, ll shall provide for the submission of the Amendment at n special election to be called and held within the time alorcsulrl. Not less than thirty (.:"i days prior to such election the City Clerk shall mail a copy of tne proposed Amendment to each elector wiii.s,. name appeals upon tinregistration boaks or the last reKular mull Idpal or general election, ir a proi p,is. d amcii.imeiit he approve.) by a majorlt] ..i the .lectors voting thereon, It shall become a part or the Charter at the time fixed thelein Section 8. SUITS AND CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY: No suit shall be maintained against the City for damages nrislns; out of a tsvllur* to keep in proper condition any sidewalk, pavement, viaduct, bridge, -tie.-t. ,,i other public place, or lor any tort, unless it shall be ffJnoe '" appear that the damage nllnfod is attributable to negligence or the City. anil that written notice or such damage was, within thirty (311) day s afier the lecfivinic of the Injury alleged, given to the City Attorney with su< h reasonable specification as to the time and place and witnesses a* would enable the City nfflelHls to Investigate the matter; and n*'-verdict shall In any suit be given for an amount exceeding compensated damage* to the plaintiff directly applicable to such negligence on the part of the City, and contributory negligence on the part of the plaintiff shall defeat all recovery against the ('Ity. It shall he the duty of the City Attorney, upon receiving any such notice, to at once Investigate the matter and lay the facts, supported by the evidence, before the City Council in a written report, and the City 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 th.matter and It may. by resolution, make such reasonable settlement or damage as may be agreed upon between the city Council and the person so damaged. No suit shall 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 arter default of such debt or obligation, or the occurrence of the act* out of which It is claimed such damages arose, nor unless within thirty (3") days after such claim shall arise, there shall be filed with the Clerk of the City a notice under oath, setting forth every element of such claim, and attaching copies or any documents which may form the baai* of any claim, but In no event hall suit be begun agalnat the City prior to ninety (DO) day* after the filing of such claims and notice of claims with the City Clerk or the City Attorney. Section SEPARABILITY CLAUSE If any section or part of this Charter shall be held Invalid by a court of competent Jurisdiction, such holding shall not affect the remainder of this ihiiier nor the context in which such section or part ot section so held Invalid may appear, except to the extent that an entire section or part or section may be inseparably c.mnectea in meaning und effect wtth the sec' ttrui tit part of section to wtlloh sue.n holding Shall directly apply This draft, representing the revised charter of the City of North Miami Beach, Florida, Is hereby adopted by unanimous vote or the duly constituted City or North Miami Beach Charter Revision Hoard on this the 18th day ,,! December. It /s/ I-' s Davidson, chairman 1*1 William C. Ilaiiford. Member Bdmund A Creelman, Member Clyde B. Haas, Member Fiances Robinson, Member Notice la hereby given that a special election will lie held in the City of North Miami Beach, Florida, from 7 o'clock AM until 7 o'clock I'M. on Monday, February 1"., tMM tot the purpose: /*/ 1*1 11/ SHAM. THK PROPOSED REVISED R DISAPPROVED AND NOT ADOPTED. APPROVED DISAPPROVED Jan. 13, 22, 29. Feb. 5. 12, 1934 The registration books Of the said Cltv 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 15, ItM, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays excepted, during the business hours of the ( Ity Hall, which are 9:00 A.M. to 3:00 I'M. Person* properly registered will be qualiried to vote in said election. Signed VIRCIN1A MOORE. City Clerk Jan. 15. 22. 29. Feb. 5. 12. MM FUDOB NORMAN R. LYONS, Ally. Charter Revision Hoard City of North Miami Bench LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS THE COUNTy JUDGES" COURT AN0 FOR DADE COUNTY, fHlDA. IN PROBATE. No. 31887-B I:.-I AT i. iP fll.I.lAM SCIIKRER, Deceased nd All Persons flav[ amis Against Said and ... li of you. ore hereby |llri| arm r .I to unwnl all) Tin and demands which you. or *r uf you. nun have against the linf u n \i SCHERER, de*,1 lit. : [lade County, Florida. l'1-a HonuraMi .'..unly Judge* of C mm i ind die the aame In : office* r. %  i-.Hifity Courthouse nty, Kl. aiiia. within eUcht Jndsr mm.Hifrom the date of the I'ul.'i hereof. Said claim* pemaiiil. contain the legal adr* "' the n nit and to be *worn M IT... nti I .iaforesaid, or same be ban eil 'th. A I). 1954. SCHERER utor of the La*t Will t of AM SCHERER. Deceased. rU'.s IIKIMAX & KAPLAN l I %  -'e of ^llll^MI S, ,.... If J.in :.i PRKIi I an I T \\ 11.!. |THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT AND FOR DADE COUNTY. ORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 3164B %  He. E8TATK OF pNRv i rri-e Deeaaaaa NOTICE TO CREDITORS I n.l All Persons Havui Demands Against Saul |eu, ami ,.. %  i, or you, are hereby *neil ami i .-quired to present any pi" aim demand* which you, or per of yi.,1, may have agalnat the t;>t_ m:\in s KCIUNT deceased p..; li.,,l. County Florida, to the itK.u-, .', '"'ANTON and FRANK K„i, IIN '' '"ounty Judges of Dade ni> and in, x \, e Mmt ln helr of L„ L.,'"' 1 ''"ourthouse in Dade F>, Hmi.la. within eight calendar %  is*i from li,, ,| Hl of the f | r „ "•'at,,,, hereol Bald claim* or deIth. I ;'," l ii the legal address L < and lo be sworn to iirf-rii-,,1 .,. „f ( „es*ld. or same p, i'.""' % %  "• %  Action 120 of the t* Acl I.I..-:, RUBIN >v of the I_*st Will %  '"'I I' -tain, lit ,,f In.-i. \ ,:Y S 1I'IIN. Dei-eased. | Al'IRO a | KIKI, I Miami Reach, Fla. „x, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 1653gfl JOHN BERET, Plaintiff. AUGUSTA FRANCES BERKY. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Ai:OCTA FRANCES HERET 82k South Lexington Avenu White Plains, NewVork Tou 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 Hill of c.niplaint on th* plaintirr's Attorney, HENRY M. CAIN, 2318 W. Flagler St.. Miami. Florida, and rile the original Answer or Pleading in the of I ice of the Clerk of the Circuit Couit on or before the 15th day of February, ItM. if you fall to do so. judgment by default will be taken against yon for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. (This notice shall he published once each week for four consecutive weeks Ih THK JKWISH Kl.oRlDIAN I DONE AND ORDKRKD at Miami. Florida, this Kth day of Jan MT) LD K H LEAT"-II MAN. Clerk, cm nit ..nit. I hide County, Florida. u* M c ; it I inrcult Court Seal i Deputy Clerk HENRY M CAIN Attorney ror I'lainiiff nil West Flagler 8t Miami. Floi Ida 1/15-22-29 LEGAL NOTICE %  Ties i' eased I *PFLlCAT.r.! NT,ON TO MAK L1C T JON FOR FINAL .,-,,,. DISCHARGE rebN rlvan that I have NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND "FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 165627 SHKI.DoN MOED, Plaintiff l.oRKTTA BANDBA MoKD. Defendant • UIT FOR DIVORCE TO: IX>RETTA SANDKA MOED c/o The Hillside 7539 Mini Street Belros. I^>ng Island, NY You are hereby notified that a Bill .,f Complaint ror Divorce has been riled against you. and you are repined to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to th* Sill of ( ,"''"'l ,| ; .![!' I .."j' the plaintiffs Attorney. IIKN r-S^K-V tin s.-vhoid Building, Miami, "m-ida. and file the original Answer or Meajling in the office of the ilerk of the Circuit Court on or before the fJM day of February, l**€. %  >" u "! 1 ,'" do w,, ju.lKinent by default will be taken again-l you for the relief uemanded in the BUI f .'/'"''''"'"i,.,-, [X>NE \ND ollDKIIKD at Miami. Florida, this 18th day of January. "'' |M. I.KATIIKRMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County. I '."', 1 ; 1 .,. By W.M W BTOI KINO, (Circuit Court Heal) Deput] l' l K SSS M 4-SS&. Miami. Florid. l/*t- — J/5-I-' IN THE CfRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 165609 KRKDRIC H. STAXIIK, Plaintiff, vs. JANE JANVIER WARD STANOE. 11,-fi-ndant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: JANB JANVIER WARD STANOE 42". West 57th Street New .York, New York YOI" ARE HEREBY NDTIKII'D that a BUI or Complaint ror Divorce has been filed against you, and you are hereby required to serve a copy or your Answer to the Bill of Complaint on l'lalntlffs attorney, and rile th.original Answer In the office of the clerk of thr Circuit Court, on or before the 22nd day of February, 19a4; otherwise, the allegations of said Bill or Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Dated this lHth day of January. E It I.EATHKIt.MAN, clerk of the Circuit Court By: ll. H. RICK. JR. Deputv Clerti (seal) rjEOROE J. TAI.IANoKK. ESQ. Attorne) for Plaintiff •" 420 Lincoln Road, Mrainl Beach, Fla. I U-n — 2/5-12 LEGAL NOTICE H-... J '"usry. 1J4 NOTICE UNDBR FICTITIOUS NOTICK ,?1,^ t Km W .'.IVKN" .hat the uuderslgned, desiring to engage In ,",„",, un.l.i -he^rictlllous name o Court or Dade '"''""'V. l\, \s INC MAROABET Al'ERBACH.^^. OEOROB 'HKRTKOF. KSO. Altoraey for PenW s Beauty Hak.n. Inc. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK 13 HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, dealring to engags In business under the fictitious name of RBINBBO CO., at 100 N.K. 39th St.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court or Dad* Countv. Florida. I.EO BEINHABD ^ SKYMOl'R RK1NHARD HAROLD REINHARD HENRY RKI.NHARD NORMAN REINHARD HERMAN M. BERK Attorney ror Applicants 420 I.inc..In Rd. 1/8 -15-22-29 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. (Ml DAIS? MAY COON, Plalntlfr RICHARD COON. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: RICHARD COON B School Street Olens Falls, 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 or your Answer r pleading to said Hill on plalntlfr* ,.'., ney. flK-RSIION S MILLER. 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Fla., rjnd me the original with the Clerk of Ae Circuit Court on or berore the 9th dav or February. 1954. otherwise the Bill of Complaint will be taken a* confessed by you. Dated at Miami Florida, this 4th „,y or •<"''%  V>:AT.IKRMAN. clerk .d the Circuit Court, Dade I 'ounty Florida gj K. II KICK .IK (Seal) Deputy Clerk l I NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES" COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 164993-B In Re: ESTATE 1 IF ALFRED RoY BERNSTEIN,, a/k/a ALFRED R. BERNSTEIN, a/k/a A. R. BERNSTEIN. Deceased To AH Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each or you. are hm eby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you. may have against the estate of ALFRED RO\ T ggRNSTBIN, a/k/a AI.KIIED It. IIKKN STEIN: a/k/a A. K BEBNSTEIN. 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 ..f the llrsl publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or samt will be barred. Date December 11, A.D. 1953. DOROTHY BERNSTEIN As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of „.„_,.,_, ALFKKD ROY BBRN8TEIN a/k/a ALFRED R BERNSTEIN a/k/a A. R. BERNSTEIN. Deceased. SHEINER SPIELER 304 Roper Building. Miami, Fla. Attorneys for Executrix 1 I-U-12-S* LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of WHEEL INN" RESTAURANT at • W Flagler Street, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.Cunty. Florida. DIMOS AOAPITOS CARMKI.I.A AOAl'ITOS MANI'KI, I.IBKI. Attorney for Applicants C23 W. Flagler Street 1 IS-tt-M — 2/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU8 NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY C1VEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In huslness under the fictitious name or KNoX DISTRIHITORS. at 2201 S.W. 29th Avenue. Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk or the Circuit Court of Dade County. rld SF:HVICE CONFECTION. INC. sole owner PALLOT, S1LVKR MULLOY Attorney* tor Service Confection, Inc. 1/S-15-U-ZS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 165413 HITII COLAVITO, Plalntirr. DOMONICK D. COLAVITO, Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION in DOMONICK D COI.AV1TO 1(42 West 1st Street Krooklyn. New York „_____ YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been riled against you. and you are hereby required to serve a copy ,,r your answer to the Bill of i ontplalnt on Plalntlfr* attorney, and file the original Answer In the onlce or the Clerk or the Circuit Court, on or before the l.Mh day of F'ebruary. 19J4: otherwise, the allegations of the said Bill of Complaint will be taken a* confessed against you. Dated this 11th day of January. 1954. K B. DEATH ERM AN. elm k of Circuit Court By R li lUCE. JR (Seal) Deputy clerk (Seal) QEOROE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ. Attorney for Plalntlfr 4^n Loncnln Road, Miami Beach. Fla. I 11-22-21 — 2/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of 1NTERNATIONAL I N S V R A N C B AOENCY, at 1212.", Biscayne Blvd.. N. Miami. Fla Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. 8. ARMISTKAD JONES DWIOHT i. MILLAR, J VON7.AMFT & KKAVITZ Attorneys ror Applicants 1M2 Security lliilliling 1 lt-22-t* — 2/5 R, JR. IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 25752 RE: ESTATE OF „ HERMAN QL1CKSBERO. Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have file,I RM rinal report and petition ror Final Discharge as Executrix ..r the estate of HERMAN C.LICKSIiKRIi, deceased: and thst on the 10th day ,,[ February, 1954, I will apply to the Honorable W F. ItLANTON. CountyJudge or Dude County. Worlda. for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executrix of the Estate of HERMAN GLICKSBERG, deceased. .... This Jdth day of December, 1953 BLANCHE C.LICKSBERO KOVNER & MANNHKIMER Attorneys for FJxecutrlx l/$-lS-H2-2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK is" HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BEACHCOMBER ACTS, at MO S.'.th Street, Miami Beach. Intends to register said name with the Clerk or the circuit Court or Dade County. FlorCARLYLE GARDENS, INC. OWNER I R. MATERS Attorney for Applicant 1 m.-, Congress Bfilg. 1 Is-It-ti — 2/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN thst the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of WIKDKH WINK Co. at 3.122 N.W. • Ith Street. Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk or the Circuit Court or Ihide Countv. Florida. SAMUEL WIEDER MOLLY WIEDER BERNARD WIEDER Attornev ror Applicants 111 Lincoln Rd. 1 ll-M — 2/6-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICFJ IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name nf SEYMOUR HOTEL, at 943 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, Fla.. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. RENATO BENVENUTI (sole owner) KKSSI.KIl GARS. Attorneys Attorneys for Applicant 17>J West Flagler St. 1/8-15-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS M A fut C I A W NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of C. CASTER and W. B. PIERCE. C & 1' COLLECTING ACKNCV, at Seybold Building. Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. W. E. PIERCE (H) C. CASTER (ft) KASB AND FULLER Attorneys for C. Caster and W. E. Pierce l/g-lb-22-2*



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, JANUAR V29. 1954 +Je*lstnrrirhnr, PAGE 13 B LEGAL NOTICE Pflrttoi. ii %  lhta rh '"" LEGAL NOTtCB LEGAL NOTICE ,.r the elective ,1, Mliinil ,1 %  ,| i,i have In-, n bull i" '" ..in... ku j> such majority of f h v ., i .|that pnrtlo,ii ih.narc more "',', n'n f Hi' .."'"'. ,|„ ...n.H.la'.reI""'', „!.,, -hall I"' deemed fm J '.'„-,| ,'herwlse, withI'"'";:; ,,,,from saw •IJ% •" |,o .i run-off between P'nl receiving th. tWO I""". 11 „.; and the one r"'.".iv • Hie highest mim. run-off election I h av. I-,, duly %  ji offli •'. QUALIFIED ELECTORS: C, i ii l one who In P of .it pvtr. B„fVh. i '•• N ,Ui M ''"" F | h ami duly regls[ ,al RtMjM f„,...i. ..' %  i dlsenfrnaii hi sngi ["'.''DISTRICTS: ELECTION TNCILMEN I" the purposes iZ ceil I I he Councilmen pi 1 .ml BMA, the ih Miami Beach shall J ,„„ ,i Districts. The { | District* xhall be HCT I: ., ,i„ .-• ilhweat corner of 1 ., Township •'•HoutK V'"|,i-: I" Northerly along I,,', iin Hhovementloned ,.: i.oundnry JJ"e of •'„„.,i, %  thlii HJIHI taai i. thence Westerly iu„.'<.ii: me "i gee'•;J*r* VCrnlei lm. of Dixie Hightie"• v 'Mheaaterly along %  enter I ]U \ "' %  **• %  jih. n • Vi.hcily along the ;„,"„: ,:,. U f ajcTTl-M; d :,.. \v. -. ... %  of (he kyi of Ii. i 'enter of Section ihenci Ka i.. ly along the ,|in,-..l in. %  -.:' %  of Sec. t-if. ,.i Bee. f-5-41: I ,nli ng I he hast line l Hi.Kast line of South Hue of the L, h ,. M; .,i Sec. 16-52-42; v.. -. ng said S.nith II with the Kan i.„f-\\... line i Federal HlghI.Ni, i ih. II. Southwesterly of.Way line of il lln.hu.. No l 154.41 feet r |,.-> iii .. point; thence Mtcrl) .il ". angle of 73 to th. !• fl .ih the pre-. i more or less ..ml in .. I.n. I" feel North of iall.1 t.. Hi. South line .if the Ih. SE'i 'he SW' 1 .. of the • 12; thence Eas.: %  I I., naId South line less; thence ilv 201.29 feel more or lean; West! ix parallel to and 160 i>uth "f ihe South line of the thNK', of the HW>, of the ..[ s.. I 12; .175.3 feet to Ml llicht -f Way line of Fedluhn.iv No I, thence South. along Haul Right-of-way /eel I" thNorth line of the Jof the SW, of the SW>4 of IK', ..f Section 16-52-42; thence lil> 204 f.-et mnre or leas to the Dine of th. VV of the WH of 1 j of See l-52-42: thence ilv alone aul Kust line to the line ..f the \'W, of the SWS SE', "f Se.14-51-41: thence erly akwi: .-.ml South line to h>t line nl the SK*4 of Sec. Ml; thence Northerly along said line to it* intersection with Jt Right-of-way line of the Earn Cast Railroad; thence ilerh along nald Kat if-Way line to the interaecof the |.r..je. tion of the North Lot %  Rlock 1. lllacayne rird SnI.I i me, according to pill thereof, leeorded In plat pag< i "f the public rectl....l. i-o'inty, Florida; thence Tt>akniK nald projection and forth line of l*,t 5, Block 1, •M ul..livlsi..n, to the Weat -oflViiy in... „f Federal HighNo. l; ill. II.-.Southwesterly •nli! Right-of-Way to the line of u.t 4, Block 1, a forenihdlvi,!,,,,. thence Westerly %  Id South line of lot 4. and projection Thereof to interne. wth the i:.,t Right-of-way line • Honda la.st Toaat Railroad: %  Southu. .teriy alone aM l-or. W |, v ,,, interaction of the "Ion ,,f th, North line of Lot 1. I. aforesaid subdivision; < %  ••' %  l> along said projecRV£* ^" r,n Iln of Lot I, to %  •I Right-of-way line of Fedhav N,, : thence SouthfJ2L. ,lon ""• w e ne of la i i.V i'" ,n ">' "oulh ne [' %  il aforesaid subdlvl'"' Westerly along the in. o| |,„, n wk a f„ r ... i.r'i I'.V"," '" ,h West line !' %  "l''k '. aforesaid subdlvlIv. ,"i' s ""lhwesterly along '•"<" and 3. lilocC iv.-ion, to the %  SMI" '"' '• Rlo, k 2 f oreI hence F.asterly "I line of Lot 4 to „ '• • %  'way line of Fed-" I; them-e SoiithI West Right-ofI'"• ,i" Hi" south line of ft B. ., f-reaald sulidlvlslon: %  long said South [Highvi., ..llnlnT'Ui""W*t^5i, •,-mlnt -.'„r, H feet, said ,.o!nt > aVnn '".'-ss'ired North"im the* C. Rlht-of.w.y IS. Anlena "', h *-l ,-.,rner of there,, .'""• fronting to the n V"terh 1. feet; thence •">d parallel to the [ 'lht-of ,. .narallel b X T':JS" nt Federal "' %  -i:. thence Westerly along said South line 25.27 f.. • In \hi. EaMl l,nc r ,h e NW1 of the si-;.. „r the NK'. „f ,,,.. BW V ,',, Section 21-..2-42; thence Southerly a long sai.l rSaat line to the South ii...of the NWI, ..f the BBS .,. the .M-. 1 of the SW", of Section :'l-:."; thence Westerly along aaid Mouth line to the Last line ol In si:', ,,r the SW, of tl„. NK'. ol the -A ..i Bectlon n-JX-42, said line being nisi) the I'iist line ,,f i„,[ ji Amended nut of it. i: McDonald Bubdivision a.-.or.linn to the plat theie..f i e. -i.i-iie. I in piat book ;', at i...-.-. 22 of the Public it is of bade County. Florida, thence Southerly along mid East line to the North line of l4 of Bectlon 15-52-42 4(HI fe.t West of the center ol Section 15-.".2-42: then..North,, ly and Kirallel to the Kast line of the W'„ of Sec. 15-52-42 to the South Right-of-Way line of State Road No. N2ii; th.nce Kastetly along -.ml South RIght-of-Way line lull feet; thence Southerly and parallel to the Kast line of the N W', of Sis:,. 52-42 to a point Ron feet North'or the South line of the NW' 4 of Sec. l..-."i2-42: thence Knsterly and parallel to the South line of the NW 1 of Sec. 15-52-42 to the West Hank of the Oleta RIveY; thence Southwesterly and meandering with i il.-tn River to a DOlnl on the Northwesterly bank of said river 40ft feet West of the East line of the SW, of See 15-52-42; thence Northerly and parallel to the said Kast line of the SW, to the South line of the NW, of Section 15-52-42 and the point of I., ginning. DISTRICT 2: liegln at the Southeast corner of Bectlon 17. Townshlii .2 South, Range 42 Kast. run Westerly along the South line of said See. 17-52-42 to the West line of the BM "f the W'/ of Sec. 17-52-42; thence Northerly along aaid West line to th. North line of the S', ,,f the N 1 of See. 17-52-42; thence Easterly along said North line to the West line of the El, of the NW, of the NK'., of Sec. 17-52-42; theme Northerly along said West line and continuing along the West line of the SK 1 of the SW, of the SK', of Section k-52-42 to the South line of the NW4 of the SW', of the SK', of See. k-52-42; thence Kasterly along the North line of the Byi of the S4 of the S4 of Section k-52-42 and Si. H-52-42 to the East line of the W, of Section -52-42; thence Southerly along the Kast line of the W' v of Section >-52-42 snd Sec. 1852-42 to the center of Sec. 16-5242; thence Southwesterly along the center line of Dixie Highway to the Southeast corner of Bee. 17-52-42; which Is the point of beginning. DISTRICT t: Ilegln at the center of Sec. S-52-12; thence run Southerly along the East line of the W"4 of *tee. H-52-4* to the South line of the Nit of the .s' a of the SW of Sec. S-52-42. thence Westerly along mid Mouth line and along the South line of the NW of the 8-i of the 8VJ of Sec. s-52-42 to the West line of the SK', of Sec. k-52-4:'; thence Northerly slong ssld West line to the South line <>f the NK 1 of the NK4 of the SW', of Sec. 52-42; thence Westerly slong said South Une to the West line of the NE'i of the NE'i of the BWV of Sec. 6-S2-42; thence Northerly along said West line to the South line of the NWW Of Sec. 6-52-42; thence Westerly along aaid South line of the West line of the KM of the SW" of the SEW of the NWW of Sec. J52-42: thence Northerly along said West line to the South line of the NVi of the SW of the NWW of Sec 6-52-42: thence Westerly along said South line to the West line of the KW of the NBW of the SW>. of the NW'4 of Section 6-52-42; thence Northerly slong ssld West line to the South line of the NWW of the NWW of Section 8-52-42; thence Westerly along said South line to the West Une of Section k-..2-42: thence Northerly along the West line of Section 6-52-42 to the Sotilh line of the NW of the NW of the NEW of Section 7-52-42: thence Westerly along said South line to the West line of the NW of the .\,' i f the NEW of SectloT. 7-62.42: hence Northerly along said West line to the North line of Section r--S. thence Kasterly along the' Nlh line of Section 7. 8 sJr*ll* the West line of the SEW of the SW. of the SWW of Section 4-5-42' thence Northerly along the said West line to the North line of the SW of the 8>S of the SW'i "f BjCtlon 4-52-42: thence Basterly along said North line to the Last Une of the SWW of Section 4-52-42; thence Southerly along the East line of the SWW of Section 4-^41. %  &£! HWrt line of the NW', of Section 9-52 42 to the center of Section 52-42. which Is the point of Beginning. ll'g^'.^the Nor:he,.st corner of th. NWW of the NWW of Sect on 17-52-42. run Southerly al..n ; the Bsi line of the WW of the \\ ', .. Section 17-52-42 to the South line of S.""ln ,7-52-42. thence,W£t.rIv alone the South line of Se, lion 17-52-48 to the Southwest eon er of Section 17-'.2-42. theme Northerly along the West Une of said Button 17-52-42 to the South line of the N c the NEW of t h e.SK' of uie SK'. of Section li-M-42; thence LEGAL NOTICE Westerly slonr saui ^ •"'",_"" KE |. erly slons the West "*, ', ln of „ .v. nw.li and the W est lins of the BBi nd the Hi' %  .'-.• ..f the NK'. of Section 18;%  i" the North ii. i Section •f-M-42; thence l-a-i.il> along the %  Nor. Ii l.ii. of Section Is 52-41 and Bectlon 11-52-41 to the Northeast comet of Hi,NWW oi the NWW of bectlort 17-52-42, whl. h is MM point of Leg, lining. iiegin t the Northwest corner ol the sw, ..f Section v-.'..'-ij; thence i an i-.asi. ii, along the Noith line "f the SW, to tinK.isl line of the H '. %  of the Nl-:i, ,,[ the NW. of the sw, of Section 8-52-42; thence BOUtherl) along said Kast line to the South line of ih, NW of the NW, of the sw, of Bectlon 1-52-42; thence Westerly along said South line to the W.-si line of Section 8-52-48; then.. Northerly along aaid West line to the Northwest cornel of the BWW "' section s-..:-i.', and the point of lug.lining. DISTRICT 5: Begin at the Southeast corn er ..f the W '* of the SI.', of the SK 1 of Section 7-52-42, i nn Westeri] slong the South line of Bectlon '-51-42 and the South line of Section 12-52-41 to the West line of the BEW "f the SWW ol Section 12-52-41; thence Northerly ..long mJ, of the SK', of Section 7-52-12: thence Easterly along said North line to the Kast line of the BW of the SW", of the NWW of the SK', of Section 7-5242; thence Southerly along said East Une to the North line of the SWW of the SK', "f Section 7-52-42; thence Kasterly along said North Une to the East line of the WW of the EW of the BEW of the Section 7-52-12; th.nce Southerly along said Kast line to the North line of Section 1H-52-42, which is the point of lieglnning. 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 ,-.inducted by the regular election authorities, who shall ha\e power to make such regulations not inconsistent with this Charter or with any regulations made by the City Council. Section S. NOMINATIONS: Any i|u.ilnie.l 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 sny 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 forms as are icipiiii-d by the election officers of tho City of North Miami Beach, and deposit simultaneous therewith a qualifying fee of 85O.0O for the candidates for the office of Mayor, and the sum of 825.00 for all other elective officers. f rovlded. however, that a qualifying ee shall not be required to qualify for anv elective offtces of temis.rary or limited nature and for which no compensation Is paid, such as Charter Revision Board. Civil Service Board. and of similar capacity; this enumeration shall not be deemed to be exclusive, but simfily explanatory. Section 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 as Ulrector of the counting; employ and provide for the training of a competent staff of assistsnts. subject to any regulation of the Council; fix a definite compensation, If any. for the director and each member of the staff which shall not be dependent upon the length of time consumed In the count; pre|>are detailed regulations for the count, which shall be Issued In advance to the members of the counting force, to the candidates and to their representatives at the central count; and make other suitable arrangements for all tabulation-of the election returns to Insure an accurate tally. All employees for the central count shall be selected subject to the direction of the ftortlen 7. ELECTION POLLS: All balloting for elective offices shall take place at the City Hall In the t ity <>f North Miami Beach, which shall be turned Into a central counting place referred to In Section 6 hereof, at the close of the legal voting hours. Section 6. CHECKING THE SfC TURN*As soon as Ihe polls have closed the voting machines shall be openod by the election officials and In the presence of the members of the counting force, and In the r6"n n„ ol the candidates ..r their duly qualified i.prcs.ntatlv.s; tyid thereupon the tabulations'shall commence, and shall I*, recorded as follows: The results as tabulated on the machines for each of the candidates shaH be clearly announced by one of the election officials, designated for that purpose to snother of the officials who shall thereupon record to the credit of such candidate the figures so announced, and w. on. until a complete and full tabulation of each machine shall have been recorded. As the tabulation on each machine shall have been I '..innleled. said machine shall he locked or sealed so that the tabulation shall remain Intact, and shall remain In the custody of Ihe election officials and all such machines and records shall be kept by the director of elections at the central counting place until a hoard hereafter designated ss a -Canvassing Board" which shall be comprised of the City Clerk. Director of Fleet Ions, and a representative of each of the Candidates. If thev so desire, shall, within two 12) days of the election date, canvas the machines, recheck the tshul-itlons. correct any errors, and make final certification of ,h iUc'C. "S. "vSfatm MACMINM: The Council shall have the power -to p.-ovlde for the use of mechanical or other devices for voting or counting LEGAL NOTICE the votes In accordance with the prim i|>les set forth in this Chattel TOT this purpose the Council giay inn.iiiy the rorm of ih.ballot, the method of expressing choices and the at i aiiK.-i'i.-nis for conducting the election anil .incount, but no change %  hall be made wh.oh will alter or Impair the principles of the voting or of the counting. Section 10. PUBLIC SUPERVISION AND INFORMATION: At each election of the council, any regularly nominated candidate shall be entitled upon written application to the election authorities at least five (J) days It. tol .the election. (.., to appoint one p.-i.-.-..n anil one alternate to represent him as watcher and challenger at each polling pines. Anyperson so appointed shall have all the rights and privileges prescribed by law for other watcherand challengers at any election In the same place but a watcher and his alternate shall not have the right both to remain wltfTln the voting pl.u I ..i the same time. Such watchers and challengers may exorcise theii rights at the voting places until the ballots bine been sent to the central counting Ida. c. but not more than one watcher for the same candidate shall have the right to accompany two or more ballot boxes while they are betel taken together. lb) to appoint one representative at the count In the central counting place, who shall have full authority to move anywhere within the central counting place, and to Inspect all activities of the count without Interfering therewith. I,-1 to appoint one observer at the central counting plane: who shall be given facilities for keeping In 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 time when the first ballots arrive until all ballots have been plac-d In containers and removed for safekeeping at the end of the count. The election authorities and the (11le.-tor of the count shall permit candidates to make substitutions for persons originally appointed as watchera, challengers, representatives or observers; the candidates, representatives of the press and, so far as maybe consistent with good order and convenience, the public shall be afforded every facility for being present and witnessing the ballots cast at each flection 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 case they shall be subject to Immediate review by the election authorities. Section 11. VACANCIES IN ELECTIVE OFFICES: If one or more vacancies should OCCtir 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 unexptrsd term. Sp.-. i..l elections shall he held within 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 (80) days after tbe occurrence of the vacancy, such special %  lection need not be held, and the officer or officers 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 Section 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 Cltv of North Miami Beach, provided, however, that tbe City Council is granted the power to conform ssld statute to apply to the City of North Miami Beach, and to enlarge or diminish any time requirements which are set up in the statute The purpose of this Section being to provide a satisfactory 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 87 through 106 of the Florida Statutea, 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. 2. 4. s. 7. 8. 8. 10. ARTICLE IX. INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM Section 1. Power of Initiative iRecall Power of Referendum Form of Petitions; Committee of Petitioners Mime., 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 icurred Ordinances 11. Availability of list of qualified Electors 12. Results of election Section 1. POWER OP INITIATIVE: The electors shall have power ts pi.ipoae any Ordinance, except an Ordinance appropriating money or authorising the levy of taxes, and to adopt or reject the same at the polls, such power being known as tbe Initiative Any Initiated Ordinance may be submitted to the Council by a petition signed hv qualified electors of the City equal In number to at least two per centum (2-S) of the registered voters nt the last tegular municipal election. Section 2. RECALL: (a) As to City Council—Any member of the Cltv Council may be recalled or removed from his or her said office upon the Initiative of the electors of the District from which said Councilman has been elected. In the manner and number as hereinafter prescribed. (b) At to Mayor or any other elective officer who is elected from the City-at large—The Mayor or any elective officer of the City who Is elected from the Clly-at-large may be recalled and removed from his or her office upon the Initiative of the electors from the Clty-at-large as herein provided. in To initiate a recall—Any qualified elector of the City and District, or the Clty-at-large. whichever la applicable as set out In sub-sections is) and of this Section, may make and file with the City Clerk an affidavit containing the name of the Councllaimmlment to this Charter provide for more than one Councilman from each District), or other elective offl,,, ,,f the i 'ity whose removal s sought, and a statement of the BPSCl fie grounds for removal. The Clerk shall thereupon deliver for approval and signature to the elector or the electors making such affidavit, copies .a ihe petition blanks for such removal. Such blanks shall be executed by the Clerk with the signature and Official Seal thereto attached; they shall be dated and addressed to the City Coifnril, and shall contain the specific grounds for recall, name or names of the person or persons whose iciaoval is sought, and the office from which such removal is sought. All opi.s of the petition shall be entered in a record book to be kept in the "ftice of the City Clerk. The recall petition, to be effective, must he signed and filed with the Clerk within thliiv (SO) days after the filing of the affidavit. The petition before being final shall lie signed by ::..•/ of the registered voters of the district or of the Cits at.large, depending upon whether the officer comes within the category of sub-sections la) or (b) of this Section, which registered voters shall have been qualified to vote In the last general municipal election, and in each such signature shall be addeil the planof residence of the signer, giving the street and number or other .1.is. i ipth.n sufficient to identify the Ida..of business or residence of the petitioner Such signatures need not all I n one paper, but the City Clerk shall make an affidavit that each signature appended to the paper Is the genuine signature of the person whose name It purports to be. All such recall papers shall be filed as one Instrument with the endorsement thereon of the names and addi esses of the K-rsons designated as filing the same 'Ithin 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 such examination. If this certificate shows the petition to he insufficient, he snail forthwith so notify In writing one or more of 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 said notice, by filing of a supplem.iitarv petition upon additional petition paper, signed and filed as provided herein for the original petition. The Clerk shall within ten (10) days after such amendment make like examination of the result. If then found to be Insufficient, or If no amendment was made, he shall file the petition In his office, and shall notify each of the persons designated thereon, that the same Is filed If the petitioner amended petition shall be certified by the Clerk to be sufficient, he shall submit the same with his certificate to the City Council at Its next regular meeting and shall notify the Councilman or Councilmen or other elective officer or officers whose removal Is sought, of such action. The City Council shall, thereupon, within ten (10) days of the receipt of the Clerk's certificate, order an election to be held not Jess than twenty (20) nor more than thirty (30) days thereafter, provided, however, that at such recall elections all registered voters of the City, regardless of the District in which said voters reside, shall be eligible to cast their vote for or against the officials whose removal Is sought, whether such officials were In the flmt Instance, elected by District or at large; and further provided, however, that 1/ any other municipal election Is to occur within sixty (60) days after the receipt of said certificate, the City Council may In Its discretion, provide for the holding of the removal election on Ihe date, of such other municipal election. The Councilman or Councilmen 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 thn place of •"A" and "B". The voter shall Indicate his vote by "YES" or "NO". If a majority of the votes cast shall be In favor of such recall, the Council shall Immediately declare the office vacant and proceed to fill the same 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 six (6) months, and provided, further that no Councilman or other elective officer shall be subject to recall within Thirty (30) days after taking office. Section 3. POWER OF REFERENDUM: The electors at large shall have power to approve or reject at the polls any Ordinance passed by the l ouncll, or submitted by the Council to a vote of the electors, except as provided in Sec,,,,n in (RKKKRKNDIM 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 referendum in the same manner as other ordinances. Within twenty (20) days after the enactment by the Council of any Ordinance which is subject to a referendum, a petition signed by qualified electors of the City equal In number to at least ten per centum (10*> of the registered voters at the last preceding regular municipal election mav be filed with the City Clerk requesting 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 purposes of Initiative or referendum shall be uniform In else and style. Initiative papers shall contain the full text of the proposed ordinance. The signatures to Initiative of referendum petitions need not be all appended to one paper, but to each separate petition (here shall be attached a statement of the circulator thereof as provided by this section. Each signer of any such etlti.in paper shall sign his name In Ink or indelible pencil, and shall Indicate after his name his place of residence by street and number, or other description sufficient to identify the place. There shaU appear on each petition the names and addrenses of five electors, who. as a committee of the petitioners, shall be regarded as re man (or Councilmen should any spunalble for the circulation and IU



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I I' i I' PAGE 4 A > %  kvMjbddkMiL JS£AYLjANUAjt Y2|[| wjenisrflcridian OFFICE and PLANT 120 N E. Sbch Stree, Telephone. 2-114 1 2-821Z ruth of thf merrhanilii"snlTtl—a '" S U B S C On* Var R I P T I $3.00 O N R A T Two Years E S 15 00 Published every Friday since 1K7 by the Jewish Flondian at 12C N. E Sixth Street. Miami 18, Florida^ Entered at second-class ma'ter July 4, 1930, at the Pott Office of Miami. Fla., under the Act of March 3, 18TOThe Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Association, Amer. can Association of English-Jewish Newspapers. Florida Press Association. na IQU — Friday. January 29, 13o4 FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher Vohuue 2 Q Number 5 LEO MINDLIN News Editor Shevat 25. Mr. Vishinskv Says !f* Once again, the Soviet Union has used the power of the veto at the United Nations to prevent the world organization from settling a conflict situation. This time, Andrei Vishinsky has indicated that his government will not go along with the Three Power decision to give Major General Vagn Bennike the right to judge in the dispute arising between Israel and the Arabs over the hydroelectric project. Syria has been demanding an impossible concession — the ability to exercise its own veto on any action Major General Bennike might take in the demilitarized zone guanel. As we see it, this demand well served the purpose of further confusing a very basic issue— the Arab refusal to respond to Israel's invoking cf Article XII in the armistice agreement reached on the Island of Rhodes. So long as Syria insisted upon the right to an vidual veto, world opinion seemed deflected from observing a general Arab reluctance and up to this responsibility. It seems to us that Mr. Vishinsky's complete identification with the veto power won his sympathies over for the Moslems. There can be no other explanation for the Soviet's sudden turn-about; they would have no part of the Big Three repudiation of Israel following the Kibya affair. Unless, of course, Moscow recalls another demilitarized zoneKorea's — and envisions the coming of an armistice agreement there. Red leaders may very well be establishing a precedent in the IsraelArab controversy to forestall future activity in Korea's neutral area — one which is strategically important for the Soviet's global design. ee UNDER DlSWSIOtJ The Rig Four Meet) Representatives of the Big Four Powers are now meeting in Berlin and. conceivably, many important decisions may arise as a result of their deliberations. It seems to us that the most important issue at hand is the fate of Germany currently divided between East and West. Whatever decisions are taken or avoided it is wise for world Jewish leaders to be on guard during the Berlin deliberations. Out of the current talks may stalk a revived Germany to cast its military shadow upon Europe once again. We don't believe that unification is an mien! matter; the global ideological conflict w as sharp as ever, and the dividing line between East and West runs unalterably through Berlin. But much hay can be made in the suns.mne of a seeming amity now uniting the Biq rour representatives. ^ We applaud Jewish observers for tapping them on the shoulder to remind their governments of Nazi Germany during World War II Hitler s murder of six million souls and Konrad Adenauer s promise to pay a reparations bill amounting to S822.00O.O00. It would also be well for the representatives to ask East Germany when it will be ready to accept its share of responsibility in the toll of human suffering and destruction taken for the glory of the Third Reich. >lr. lU'n-l.urion on <...:.. * with vitality on ......son .Musi Prevail It is gratifying to note that Prime Minister Moshe Sharett has succeeded in presenting a cabinet to President Ben-Zvi after many harrowmg weeks of discussion and compromise allowing David Ben-Gurion's retirement and the need to reconstitute a new Israel government. ^ We trust most of the difficulties that beset Mr. Sharett in his task are now over but we tear it is not the case. Sensible observers ev1?* !" ?% wi ] i n in ,he hope ,hat reason ma V prevail dur.ng the coming days of adjustment nnH rT D inq ,He C ali,ion res,s on ,hin supha?"n Pr T e u SSiVe Par, yas an example^ has not entered the reconstructed cabinet Fo another, we understand that significant minis tenal posts still remain open owing to the qovSF2E2F' an r g ,rom "ow h fa e cS. aiism. to decide on who may fill them. At this moment, we can only echo Mr ?K. &** %  ? The goverLem dedicates "self to hard work. It will s ri ve untiringly^ advance Israel materially, as well as spSalRonii riisi<|,>.. s it that the extermination of m S ons oft T^S brought "shame" to ih. r 10ns oi e ws had —ly ^^^^^1 "* %  n a country which has no. rea ly lettlT^ esson from the outcome of its wadv^HV. a Y to Hitlerian philosophy. Y adher ence House ^?, d ^ h om e e T di T £ ,he L wer Germany should^ !" aVo, ^ hons who have happily aixed?hi mQny na During The Week .. .A* I S By tEO MINDLIN IT SEEMS TO ME THAT there ought to be something mT sistent in world Jewish action than I have been observing ( some time now. Apparently, there is one set of values for Jews to follow, another set for European Jews and still a third t. Israeli. On the surface, one can explain this with principles *JH1 from national tradition and historical experience, it U, thuit unsafe to say that all Jews are alike — that they, as the bigot, have only one true allegiance, or that they are incapable of rt to the values of the state which nurtures them. But, on the other hand, it would also be unsafe to take the nate position — that of the American Council for Judaism ample — which suggests that Judaism is a "persuasion," that it 1 sents a sterilized approach to religion in which the very cultivatajIT dabbles in a very' cultivated way with a secular ethical system ai an unreasonable sort of patriotism can perhaps hide the awful I of having been born Jewish. Our tradition obviously incorporates a common denominej conscious and subconcious values. These must hold true for tj no matter where he lives. The Yemenite may practice the ta aspects of his belief more fervently and with greater underi_ lhan can the bourgeois American in his air conditioned synagofM ] both are keenly aware of a kindred past and are expectant, if in3 cut manners, of a kindred future. In light of these similarities. I find it strange that America] are alone concerned at this point over the maintenance of American religious freedoms and Watt the strengthening of tt public school system in our nation, that they are committed til l>i. ervation ol the principle of separation of church and state an)] opposed to religious worship or observance in the public schooli \\,i~ a major problem discussed at a National Community Relation! visory Council meeting in Cincinnati last week. Jewish opinion.i ninj: the gamut of Orthodox to IV.-formed, was represented there] present were numerous secular organizations determined to tv their experience on the church-state question. • ••••• RABBI MORRIS ADLER, OF DETROIT, called the p separation "integral to our American democracy." He said the pna u.is not meant alone to guard minority religions from being d mated against; its purpose is also, he explained, to prevent anyofl association of government and religion. Thus, the religious obst... of Christmas in the public schools is objectionable to Jews, Rabbi Ai said, "not because the festivals of other faiths are not given the i prominence, but because it brings religion into the schools" Act to the Rabbi, the celebration of the holidays of all religious, would still arouse Jewish opposition since such celebrations is I ican schools must batter down the wall of complete separation the two. In a similar regard. Adlai E. Stevenson last week told the An. Jewish Committee that the threat to our nation's freedom from' can be ignored only at great personal peril, calling attention til AJC's devotion to protecting the civil and religious rights of Jeisf advancing the cause of human freedom everywhere. •'Your otk| most urgently needed." Mr Stevenson write to Jacob Blaustein,! Baltimore, who is completing his fifth year as president of tbe ization. Mr. Stevenson emphasized that the best way to preserve L the dignity and the opportunity of any one group is to secure theml all. AJC's studies on the nature of prejudice, its wide spread e* Mortal program for the elimination of bigotry and its legislative! civil defense work, he said, have helped to maintain the constitute! Buarantsed rights of all peoples. Had the American Jewish Committee, as one of two disscntinjl ganizationa M far as NCRAC policy is concerned, been al the Cincis meeting, its leadership would have received essentially the samei there as the one written by Mr Stevenson prior to the opet "I V" *7th annual meeting in New York City Frida\ Itolharei i with essentially the same problem the one on i theoreS ""' ,|1 "' in terms of realistic threa't. The NCRAC discu "" ">e heels HI the recent Supreme Caul decision in the I Jersej Gideons Bible cue. The American Jewish Commit! ( ,"'"" lls w<, k "'"' for.-ha,lows the (iideons' threat to '••<>-i"" and the ban imposed upon it against distributing copies* uw Ne* lestamenl in the public schools. • • • • i iT HE S J RANGENESS IN OUR CONCERN for the maintenance*' raumonal freedoms and the preservation of the principle of separata! -' IKIOUS institutions and the state arises from a strikingly contrail comm"n f" bv UraeU Jewr > at this time. There, it is a matter* nlT? '''' f r r,ll >ux opinion to be represented in the go** GuriL recem ,l,l 1M n n the part of the now reconstituted BJJ cVmiSUS m lI it ^ r ewrd ,o the dr ftin o f omen was forced, a %  Sinn he 0r,,,od "y seemed willing to trade its unalten crisis and fh < ,l,-v,,, "P m '"' means the end of the current KovernH Ml. ,5V'"" K "" ,n a n ew c abin< t h m a,,er o f JUS un IreeentK a, ''L n has *"•** *** n P u id <" temporarily Thef^. •1' %  I : \ V* Md by ,he General Zionists; now the Projra hat „ be turned over to the Religious groups. That this Plav n o tb ,' *? n,,, reduce ,n "iRni'icsnce of the demand^ into the hands ol a lareer Relioinus coalition opposM unified educati Thus on system. tot4 hus, while American Jewry ggPj <>! a p„bUc wSalfflt .v^li'ishTcab';^^ I' ^^^nmental crisisThrough "its in.bJ.tJ cabmet and brings the crisis to a momentary and coBP^ wry expresses its firm dedication wn which shall remain complete 1> ** J ,r %tt*2^ t ?P*^^ ,e open'because splint^ choice fr, 1 "h ''',, ,,,|r |M si,ion su fst that ,he *** irom the Religious groups. „1 "'s clear that •" %  • -intJ i a .eEei s n a ai f Ven,S They • r thatReparation oficL-Jfl overnmen an „ /Z n i maMw from re,i lous P in,on ^.iSK* Orthodox, Thev w m ^"l? Minister of Edtion posts ''"fjja vast social ull '" say ,n w ""* be realistically mindful %J which makeTn! m Ke f ,er t '' d by ,he Predominance of the Chri^salJour schwU forTif V !' felt even without deUberate effort to c*J beguarS in he .7n ,1"'^ nd lh,t the ***** l Tft* epubhc Snl u led Sutes whu "o eb t**** 1 MU,S ajjl. s t -' 1 "*' %  %  "•' help feeling the mcowi*tency



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)AY, JANUARY 29, 1954 -JewlsMcrkUan PAGE 11 B LEGAL NOTICt LEGAL NOTICE „,„.„, of the City of North Miami Sill!, "failed lo pa or make reaI U1IB for future payr" ,i lu-l debt a, thereby causing r". ,,. to I lie employer or acan['!'',',. -,.. %  "•'•'">• • f 1 ,.,.i threatened, or atILJSfto %  i'" l "";". l "" u, ; m-e ... n •'" :i -:::;r''"-ha leaven <>f ai>fcll I'' Hi age i be. n Hdfini l,ai... ter <>f work, or re. inatlon grade, or I. or In any manner • tied In assessing, ,.Meeting any money ,i ..i employee ln_ the .... iillUt*' "* cii.|''V". %  • %  > %  — fit) of North Miami "'!, (,ir the purpose of nwkniif a ,,II!. ii.' offlost. or I nduced, has Indued. %,. II.II. i'te.1 to Induce. in the service of the In 1 Li .HI I'l"' %  \.>i "i holed Ii InI" | %  it for I induce, an offl^Xoiih Miami Boa oil to son}il a. i, or to act In ,,i lawful and reasonable Jjrtmental or official regulations .Trierui has taken any fee. gift. ,,.|„.',' valurfble thing In the ,„.,. ..i his or her work or In conn.,11 Hi ii 'or his or her per%  U-, from any cltlsen, when on Is maile with the „ r v.... taiion of receiving a ttei treatment than la ac. it izotis: or tlonall) falsified a i failed to report abilutv to superior*, or. { .... %  nt, It i. found that in...I.a false stnterM |„ i illcal Ion for employabsent from duty has foiled t.. re• he Line of lib,-d, ..r aftel .i.l been -11—•pprot : .in. ii.-d if said i report i may i>e dls. in|iUi .-.i .instated ei poaltlon unleaa In .ii rilled from ler, III Which CSSO I ti anil i < %  plac. %  • in the •statement; towards euperi |iloJ • %  • %  •., i rltlelznnd |>oil. is. anl fi. aliens as filed Lit.-lor of the Doll amendment of lid chances or spe "ill he considered by the LEGAL NOTICE I I i of shall be aa foll The lor of the Department ill "resent his ;;" oi ,h.. ,ianc, e s v dl I'm •• as "he may wish defenae. Th • -llant shall then proi.ay wish I>lrectr raaj offer rebutand the Board at Ita ?",!!"" if hear arguments. -l"ii of evidence shall L .1 l.i the rules applied b] [ -il.e Kulea ami ReauM) TI. ahall be dlerjualifled from taking any examination for at least two (2) veara t i.ic.ii.r unless In the judgment „f ^"*l. d ,he !* M '"''IK''ll not affect the employees usefulness In some other occupation. (9) Physical Incapacitation: When an employee becomes physically Incapacitated for the p.-i forma lie of the duties of a position, the hue. tor .if the Department may, at the i.quest of said employee and with the conaent of the Hoard, transfer nld empioyei to a vacant IMISIIIOH in t|„. HnM ,„ loner level within the employee'a ,uIMtblllttea. (10) Reduction in Pay or Poaition: Hearings on appeal from employeea rodUOOd In pay or position, laid off, or suspended by the Department head, shall be conducted Kenerally In Hie same manner as healings on appeal from orders of discharge. (11) Diamiasal of Probationary Employee in an Entrance Poaition: Whenever it bnoofnai necessary for the Director of a Department to recommend dismissal of a probationary employee in an entrance position, a report of the charges together with the proceedings of the hearing held before the said Director, shall be forwarded to the Hoard for filing with the service record of said employee (12) Resignation: Any employee In the classified sen ice who desires In resign ahall do so In writing to the h-ail of the Department In which he or she is employed. The Department head shall thereupon report auch raawnation to the Civil Service Board An employe wh,, resigns, relinquishes all rights recognised under Civil Bervi. % %  • atatua. The CIVll S.rvi.e Board shall also hale th,rlffht to remove or reduce .mi official ui smployea in the Classified Wei vi, • %  ui".n u i Itten chai %  on-, i.niliii I pi,-ten d In am ell K hut only afi.r i, a -mi .hie not ice to i anil full In .n Ini I be th-,iiiii of the Board to fix n minimum standard ol i induct and sfflciencj for each grade in the service, sjid w ii,-, ver it ah .n %  ttn the reports of efficlenc) made ti Board for a period ,,f three months that the condui i and • of sny employee has fallen^beloa this minimum, that employee shall be called before the Board to show cause arhj inshould not be removed, and if. upon hearmir. nn reason ishown satisfactory lo the Board, he shall i„ rein.iieil. suspended or reduced In grade, as the Hoard shall determine. Section 8 CIVIL SERVICE BOARD: STATUS OF PRESENT EMPLOYEES IN CLASSIFIED SERVICE: All persons In the employ of the i'lt> holding positions In the Classified Sen ice at the time this Charter takes effect, shall, unless their position be abolished, retain same until discharged, reduced, promoted, or transferred, in accordance herewith. Section 9. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD: CONDITIONS FOR PAYMENT OF SALARIES IN CLASSIFIED SERVICE: That the Treasurer or other public disbursing officer shall not pay any salaiy or compensation for service to any person holding a posit inn in the Classified Service unless the payroll or account for such salary or coin p. n.-...t|..n shall hear the certificate of the Board, or Its secretary that the liersona named therein have been appointed or e_piptoyed and are performiug service In accordance with the provisions of this Charter and of the rules promulgated by the Hoard. Section 10. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD; POWERS OF SUBPOENA; OATHS. PRODUCTION OF RECORDS: In any Investigation conducted by the Hoard if shall have the power to subpoena and require the attendance of wltneosei and the production therebj of hooks and papen pertinent to the Investigation and to administer oaths to such w'tni Section 11. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD: PROHIBITIONS: PENALTIES: No person In the Classified Sen ice or seeking admission thereto ahall I" re.In. ,1 or reM..vi ot in any way favori d oi ,., | M %  net i" iu.. "f nolll opinion, or affiliations No officer or smpl, >., .,r th Cltj ahall dire U) pi Uy snllc • or receive ot ati mannei concerned in soliciting .ylng am nt, BubarTlpti..n. or contribution for any i purpose ii h itever Mn pi • n holding | position In the Classified P shall take part In political management or affairs or in political campaigns further than to mst bis vote or express privnt-lv his opinion. Section 12 C I V I L S E RVICE BOARD; VIOLATIONS OF PROVISIONS: PENALTIES: The Civil Service Board subject to the approval of the Council shall determine the pennlnee for the violation of the provisions of this Act, and the rules promulgated '"se'ction'lS. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD: SALARIES OF CIVIL SERVICE BOARD AND ITS EMPLOYEES: The salaries of the HI Service Hoard and Its employees shall he determined bv the Council and n sufficient sum shall be PProprtated each vear to .airy out the provisions "Afti eiv11 %  WIM LEGAL NOTICE •In the Classified .Service of the said Clti I'D in the event the emploveee In UM 'las.me,I .sen,,,. l,i ., niaioiin vote consent to the establishing of ii pension fund, then and only m that event, win n,,. ( -it> Council Inaugurate such a pension fund Jtffi !" 1S CIVIL SERVICE BOARD; PAY PLAN: There ahall be prepared bj the Civil Hervloe Board a st.in,laid schedule of pai tor each position in Classified Service, and submitted for approval to the Cltj Council, and siicn plan shall take effect when adopted hi the Council by a majority vote. The Pay Plan adopted ii> tincouncil shall Include the minimum and maximum and such intermediate rates as uiai !„• deemed desirable for such class of position Amendment to Day Schedules may be adopteil hi the Council from time to time, upon recommendation of the Civil Service Board, in increasing or decreasing each In the Clt) Budget, the Mayor or City Council, or either, shall not increase ..i decrease any Individual salary Item, but shall act solely with respect to class of position Ss established in the classified and Pay l'lan. In no event shall the ciin, ii reduce the talarj of a class below the minimum, or raise it above the maximum established by the Pay Han. except by amendment of the Pay Plan. Section 18. PRIORITY RATINGS FOR VETERANS: There Shall be prescribed in the rubs and t eu-ulatlons the provision that Veterans ,,f the Military Services ,,r the United Mates of America ahall have added to their 1.1. (10) I", nta in am competitive examinations for the purpose of senlorlt] rating Section 17. DEPARTMENT HEADS: CIVIL SERVICE STATUS: An pel son or pet-onholding Civil Service ratings, having been appointed to the ITnclasa fit d Sei \ It > u h aa Chief of police or Kite Departments, shad upon removal, revert t. his former provided, however, thai should said i, iii.n .ii i„. i, r v nlationa out in Section 7. timi he sin,II bi subV t to ii,-. Ipllna i .'I eel out in I -II, lei Its recomthe Appelination before Appesl: The II Department head of I a" employee susrank, or fUmlsaed, the part of the i-i,l,r,,l a withret with1 it of the dlsmls' II HI the ; I MPMT PI AN' RE" l c F FUNO: INIIBANCF PLAN' Afc'PTANCF OF MONEV C ORPOPFRTV FOR SUCH FUND: ADMINISTRATION OF LEGAL NOTICE i and th. sepai • %  • unearned •hall il on and the • ,,f %  %  I" me person "• and a notathe cop) ,.f th,. JO h ,. f f,.,t that rilin • n pursuant to [ t'on of Article V ••artie. ,o Appear: "I "ball fall to al for the hearing. hear the evidence ;•'••-,t thereon. If the 'II fall to appear. offered In sup V r.„,|,., .,'... |he Hoard I default or by the re,„,, render Judgment llfv I ',', llo '' ,r<1 "hall forth"'l-artment head and t tWtOu.ni'i 1 f %  decision WAny *' ''. A'on for Beappeinttnltcon.t who Is dismissed ^ %  L' ^.''eHnquency, or who F Va N )The Cltv Con. il -hall eatahll.h n fund or fuels 'Ol th* •elle' or Len-lon of oer-.ns „t the en m oevi-es. I..-. at •" %  '" %  ••• %  ;;V; for the I fit Of -•"•>. I or f" ,' II t m„n'"tl '7,h"> ....nditlons I make rules v< i.|ti,',e"ent %  •' -•" ii ; |,l The I'l'i %  he'I ,o tve em..'o>-s f( ^ o. r vit ei i,ii of Finance; Qualification! 4. iiirc.t,it oi Finance; Salary .'. Director Of Finance; Surety itond 6. Director of finance; powers and Duties 7. Work programs; Allotments 8. Allotments constitute basis of expenditures and are subject to Revision 9. Transfers of appropriations 10. Accounting Supervision and Control II. When contra,'ts and expenditures prohibited 12. Appropriations lapse at end of year It. Fees shall be paid to City Government 14. Division of Purchases 15. Competitive Bidding IS. Contracts for City • Improvements IT. Accounting Control of Purchases 18. No Contract executed until Bond Ordinance effective 19. Emergency A mil opi lain.ns 20. Borrowing to meet em,-' gent i Appropriations 21. Borrowing In anticipation of Property Tgjcea 21. Borrowing in Anticipation of othet revenue ;n. Notes redeemable prior to Maturity 24. Sale of Notes; Report of Sale JS Payment of Notes Section I. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE; ACTIVATION: Scions I through .; of this Article, -hall dormant until such lime as they re activated bj the majority vote "f the citv Council, ami approved bj the Mayor and until such time athese I He,I. (he Mn ) or and the citv Council, acting in conjunction "I'll Bach otll-T. shall effectuate the provisions of this Article. Section 2. DIRECTOR OF FINANCE: APPOINTMENT: There shall be a Department of Finance. the load of which ahall be the Director of Finance, and who shall be, or be appointed by the Mayor, Section 3. DIRECTOR OF FINANCE : QUALIFICATIONS: The Dire, tor of Pittance shall have knowledge of municipal accounting and taxation and shall have hair experience in budgeting and flmmitl control. Section 4. DIRECTOR OF FINANCE) SALARY: The Director of Finance shall receive an annual salary ,,f fflved bv Council) which amount mac be changed bv Ordinance. Section 5. DIRECTOR OF F NANCE: SURETY BONO: The Director Of Finance shall provide a bond ii 111. auch sutctv and In such amount as the Council may require by Orrtl"s'er'.ion DIRECTOR OF tb NANC.F.: POWERS AND DUTIES: The Director of Finance shall hsve o| ti.. administration of the rinancl d affairs of the Its and to •i.l he shall have the authority .,, t hpll he required lo; i %  ornnlle the t urrent expense ,,, p.i || i budgel for the c lie Ihi I ,: mates f,,,. .p.. Rudest for %  •• Mavor f, ) Supervise and be responsible for I' "' f ''" ivei 'H etx ndiIrel appro,|..ns are not • • • led nnntlae >, ntem '"' "'•' Clti %  'it and ,,r Its ..'flees, ,' %  %  II i m, nts and books for tm'l eaerfll %  budgetajn irol nveach offl. • depart menl and Scenev; keen separate soeounta for the Items • if ..a,r|atlon confsln,.,l i,, the Cltv Budget, each of which accounts shall -how the amount of the snnronelstlon. sod 'he unencumbered balance reoulre re>orts 0 f T ,. I Hi|...rs"-„ n t, from ech recelvlnv and anendlne agency ,.r ..... t'lii flovernmanl t,. )>,. made ,. i|i. or al -.ch intervals as he may deem evnedi. (c) Bnhmll to the rviiindl tbrnngh i.o \#er a s "n|i ,, •,i,',.,,.nt ,-f nil receipts and disbursements In sufficient del II to show !*•' exact fl"a' the end of each fiscal year, a complete financial statement and report .) Supervise anu be responsible tor the assessment of all properly with.n tne corporate lnuita ol the clti for taxation, make all special assessments ior the city Oovernmeiu, prepare lag maps anu give su.li notice ol taxes an.i special asseSsmeulH aa may be re,|ulred by Ian. tin I'ollect all taxes, special assesslnelits. license lees, ami other revenues of tne City <>i for whose collection the city la responsible and receive all mono) receivable by tne City iron, tli.siate ,,r Federal Uoveiuinents, or from any Court, or It,.in any Office, Depart niclit or AgenC] of the City. (1) haie cuslodi of all public funds belonging to or under the control of the City, or any Office, Department ot Agency of the City Government, and deposit ail funds coming inn. his hands In such depositories as may be designated by resolution of the Council, or. if no such resolution be adopted, by the Mayor, subject to the requirements of law as to surety and the payment of Interest on o,-posits, but all such Internal shall be the property of the City shall be accounted for and credited to th.proper account. tj) Have custody of all Investments and Invested funds of the City Government, or in possession of such tiovcrnment in a flduciar) capacity, and have the safekeeping of all bonds and notes of the City and tli.receipt and deliver) ,,r Clt) bonds and notes for transfer, reglnItation or exchange. ik) Supervise and i.e responsible fm the purchase, storage and dlattiiuition of %  i supplies, materials, equipment and other articles used iii any Office, Department or Agenej of the Clt) Government. tl) Approve all proposed expendlunlees he ahall certlf) thai there ian Unencumbered balance of appropriation and available funds, no .. ppi opt i.t "ti .a ii '" %  em %  ed .'Hi no • ., % %  a i t ii • ahall be made I Section 7. WORK PROGRAMS: ALLOTMENTS: Before the begin B> nlng of the budgel year, the head of each Office, department or Agenc) shall -uiiiiiii to tin Mayor, when required bj him. %  work program for the year, which program shall th,i equesti d allotments • %  the appropriations for such Office, Department or Agency, by monthly periods. f,,r the enure budgel year. The Mayoi shall review the re.iucHle.l allotments In the light of the work program ol the office, Department ,,r Agenej concerned, and may revise, alter "i change such allotments before approving same. The aggregate of such allotments shall not exceed the total appropriation available to said Oftne. Department or Agency f,,r the budget year. Section 8. ALLOTMENTS CON. STITUTE BASIS OF EXPENDITURES AND ARE SUBJECT TO REVISION: The Mayor shall file a copy of the allotments with the Director of Finance, who shall authorise all expenditures for the Office, Department or Agencies to be made from the appropriations on the basis of approved allotments and not otherwise An approved allotment maj be revised during the budget year In the same mannei as the original allotment was made. If. at any time during the budget year, the Mayor shall ascertain that the available Income, plus balances, for the year will be less than th.total appropriations, be shall reconsider the work programs and allotments of the several offices. Departments and Agencies and revise the allotments s,, as to forestall the making of expenditures In excess of the said Income. Section 9. TRANSFERS OF APPROPRIATIONS: The Mavor may, al an> time, transfer any unencumbered appropriation balance ,,r portion thereof between general classifications ol expenditures within an Office, Department or Agency. At the request of the Mayor ami within the last three months ,,r the budgel year, the council iiniy. by resolution, transfer an\ unencumbered appropriation balance or portion thereof from one Office, Department or Agenej to another No transfer shall be made from the pilions required by sub-se. tlona (ai. lb), HI. (.ii. id. (f).(g). do and (1) of Se, lion :!<; of Article III of this i Charter. Section 10. ACCOUNTING SUPERVISION AND CONTROL: The Director of Finance shall have power and shall be required to: (a) prescribe forms of receipts. vouchers, bills, or claims to be used by all the Offices, Departments and Agencies of the City Government. ear to the extent that they shall not have been expended or I.I iii no! enciiinoereu. Section 13. f-tES SHALL BE PAID TO Cl I Y GOVERNMENT: All f. %  • .S received by any ofiloei or employee shall belong to the City Government unit shall ue paid uaily lo tne Uepailllienl i.l I it... in e • Section 14. DIVISION OF PURCHAoto: There snail !• entabiisn. I in the Department of Finance a in it ,..ii oi i ui en..sc.s, tne head of wni'-li shall be tinClt) I'uichasing Agent The Parcnasing Agent pursuant to rules ami regulations established by Ordinance, snail contract for. purcnase, store and u.sl.iuute all suppi,,-, materials and equipment re,piiicl by any Office, Department or Agency of tne ( i.y i ,ove. nmeiit. The enchasing Agent shall aiso have power and shall be required to: (a) l.stablisn a.,i enfuroe specifications with respect to supplies, materials and equipment required by the City liovet nmeni. (b) Inspect or supervise the Inspection of all deliveries of supplies, materials and equipment, and determine their quality, quantity ami conformance with specif fcatlollS. (, I Have charge of such general storerooms and warehouses as the Council may provide by Ordinance, (d) Transfer to or between Offices, Departments or Agencies or sell surplus, obsolete or unused supplles, material and equipment, Section IS. COMPETITIVE BIDDING: Before the City Purchasing Agent makes an) purchase or, oi contract lot supplies, materials or quipiti, ui. he snail git • ample opportunity for competitive bidding, tor it.-ins over One Hun,lied (elOO.OO) Dollars, under such rules and regulations, and With such exceptions, as the Council may iin.-, rlbe by ordinance; pro> i >i,.w, i,r. thai the 'iouncll shall n %  ex. • i't lndl\ .iiu i "iin ai '•-. purchai i or sales from the requirement "f cornSection 16. CONTRACTS FOR CITY IMPROVEMENTS: An) Cltj Immore than thou.-.ui,i (11,000.00) dollars shall be i ted b) '..nt tad exi • pt het a ii Improvement Is authorized i.v the Council to be eaecuted directly in a Clt) Department in conformity With detailed plan-. I '•' if Ii a I i"tis a 11.1 estimates. All such contracts f"t more than ..ne thousand lll.oo i doll shall be awarded to the lowest responsible bidder after such public not %  a and competition as may be prescribed I.! ordinance, provided the Mayor %  hall have the power to reject all bids ami adveltisi again. Altel atlons In am contract may be made when authorised by the council upon the written recommendations of the Section 17. ACCOUNTING CONTROL OF PURCHASES: All purchases made and contra, texecuted by the purchasing agent shall be pursuant to a written requisition from the head of the Office, Department or Agency whose appropriation will be charged, and no contract or order shall be issued to any vendor unless and until the Director of Finance certifies that there is to the credit of such office. Department or Agen.-v a sufficient unencumbered appropriation balance to pay for the supplies. materials, equipment or contractual services for which the contract or order is to be issued. Section It. NO CONTRACT EXECUTED UNTIL BOND ORDINANCE EFFECTIVE: No contract shall be xecuted for the acquisition of any property or the construction of any improvement or betterment to be financed bv the issuance of bonds until the ordinance authorizing the Issuance Of such bonds shall have taken • fleet and any contract executed before such %  It'' shall be unenfor, tide in ui! court of law Section 19. EMERGENCY APPROPRIATIONS: At an) time In any budget year, the Council may, pursuant to this Section, make emergency approp. i,,lionto meet a pressing ... ed for public spend ture, for othi than a regular "i recurring rein men,, to protect the public health. and • 'in • Buch appt "I lion ah ill be b) n sol il Ion adopti a in the favorable votes ..f st least font fifths (4/5) of the members %  the Council, and shall be '" UiC Onl • upon recommendation of the Mayor. Th,total amount* of all emergency appropriations made in any budget yeai shall not exceed three per centum (J 1 *) of the total operating appropriations made in the budget for that vear Section JO. BORROWING TO MEET EMERGENCY APPROPRIATIONS: In the absent f unappropriated available revenues to meet emergency appropriations under the provisions Of Section ID. the Council may, by resolution, authorise the Issuance of notes, each of which shall be deslgl "Kmergency Note", and may be renewed from time to time, but all auch notes ,.f any fiscal year and anv renewals thereof shall he paid not later than the last day of the fiscal vear next succeeding the budget vear In which the emergency apprlntlon was made Section 21. BORROWING IN AN* TICIPATION OF PROPERTY TAXE8: In anv lodge! vear. In anticipation of the collection of the property tax for such year, whether levied or I., !,,. hi ied "i SUCh year, the Council by resolution, authorize the borrow ui" of mono) i.v the Issuance of nee.,liable notes of the city, each of which shall be designated Tax AntlOII Notes f .1 Die Year ." (stating the budget year!. Buch notes ma) i sued for periods nol exceeding .ui" *' ir a'. I iivi be renewed from time to Ueae for periods not ,i r. but together wit h renewals shall mature ii"l be paid nol l.ter than the end ol tha third finafter the budget vear In the icM.al notes shall have been %  I The amount of the tax anUclnetlon notes originally Issued In ,•• *htill not exceed flftv per centum (anq 1 of the amount of the nronartv tax levied in that for citv purposes, on renewal of tax anticipation notes ,,f anv riven fiscal year, the amount renewed In the next • ""line fiscal vear s*"*" "ot exceed twenty per centum (J0) of the amount nelelnalle Issued, nnd the amount renewed in the second fiscal vesr succeeding tbe year of lew shall not exceed four oee centum (4%) of the amount orielnibv issued. Section !> pnqRnwiwrt IN INTiriDATION OF OTHER REVENOF8: 'n ny bodeei vear. In anticipation of the collection or receipt of other revenues of that budget year, the Council mm', hv resolution, att!•* the horrowln* lv



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Ifewiislh-IEIIiDipidliiGun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY DLUME 28—Number 5 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JANUARY 29. 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS |ag Hammerskjold Sounds Warning: Soviet Vetoes Three Power UN Decision Jews, Israel Watch Big Four Berlin Talks; Seek Safeguards fNnr.I) NATIONS (JTA) — The] bJM veto <>f the three-power res-j (ition calling for settlement of Syrian complaint against the Ltli hydroelectric project on the rdan River in northeastern Israel two resolutions as the probbcforc the Council, both intro ced I > Lebanon. One would centh'e project as a possible nch of the peace, and the other upn truce supervisor Gen. lennike to attempt further Miliatien of the two parties to cli-pute. |The veto by Soviet Deputy Form Minister Andrei Y. Vishinsky Friday night, came at the end the lb'th session of the Council the issue. His negative vote, ider ( ouncil rules, defeated the ntution although it had the reared seven votes. This was the •t time that the USSR vetoed [•natter pertaining to Israel. [Mr. Vishinsky had insisted that Western resolution disregardSyria's right to a veto over Is%  •li projectin the demilitarized %  re. This principle was opposed p-oughout by the United States, tain and France, sponsors of the •' -lution. Council Scolded Mt.r the vote. British delegate pr Gladwynn Jebb denounced the "melancholy and sinister," ["• s cretary General Dag Hamkarskjold inferentially scolded the Jncil by pointing out that the Ummigration \Law Studied; \Change Urged NEW VORK (JTA) —The "imperative need" for changes in the resent immigration laws is emhasized by Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey in an analysis of the existing nflexihle and restrictive immigration policies which was published % ere by the Public Affairs Com-" 1 a non-profit educational organization. Declaring that "ill-conceived and % igoted immigration laws have FSI a blemish on our record of democratic achievement," Sen. Humphrey points out that "freejom oi movement, both in emigraP"n and immigration, have long Nn acknowledged as among the! F n -t fundamental of human free1 Poms, it i s the hallmark of totalitarianism that it seeks rigidly to 1 limit the free movement of peo-i Emphasizing that Presidents "uman and Eisenhower both have revision of our immigration! policies, the Minnesota Senator fa;, s that "such revision represents I" challenge to be met by the cornice n action of all the. American l*ople no matter what their party jMi.Liatlon. He draws attention to in. omnibus immigration and naturalization bill which is now beiwe Congress and appeals for the hupport of the following Droll' ala: Creation of a single independent %  eminent agency with full responsibility and jurisdiction over immigration and naturalization. is new agency, to be called the Continued on Page MA problem was becoming urgent in terms of the world scene. He also asked the Council to adopt come resolution giving Gen. Bennike authority to work out a compromise solution between the parties. The Council adjourned without setting the time of its next meeting. United Nations Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold served notice this weekend that unless Jordan replies to his second message asking for a definite agreement to meet wilh Israel under Article XII of the Jordan Israel armistice, he will convoke such a conference regardless. He did not set a deadline for Jordan's reply, but indicated he would not wait too long before acting. Conference Necessary Mr. Hammarskjold. addressing a press conference Friday, pointed out that under Article XII "the Secretary General is under a legal obligation to convoke a conference when he is called upon to do so under the circumstances set out in the article." He added: "Personally I feel that the conference would aorve a useful pure nee if it is set up within the framework of the armistice agreement and if its scope is limited strictly to questions deriving fro.ni implementation of that agreement." He added that "in line with what I have just said I consider that the conference should be kept within the limits of the armistice agreement both as concerns.its setup and the scope of its work. In my view, the armistice agreement opens possibilities for participation in the connference of the Secretary General of the United Nations. If the parties would consider it useful that the Secretary General himself or somebody representing him, take part in the conference, I think that such a proposal should be accepted, and I am willing to cooperate personally to all the extent that my time permits." Mr. Hammarskjold's reference to the setup of the conference within the limits of the armistice agreement was taken as an indirect reply to the suggestion voiced by certain elements in the State Department that it would be advisable to have some conference other than under Article XII. One of the youngsters crt the Jewish National Home for Asthmatic Children at Denver inhales a "chemical fog" laden with detergents and drugs. The fog is used to bring relief to the Home's children who ate stricken with asthma complicated by lung infections. The National Home gives free treatment to the nation's needy children suffering from chronic bronchial asthma. Sharett Forms New Three-Faction Cabinet JERUSALEM (JTA)—Premier-designate Moshe Sharett has reported to Israel President Ben-Zvi the successful formation of an Israeli coalition Cabinet after eight weeks of negotiations. The talks began following the decision of former Premier David Ben-Gurion to retire to private life. Following his audience with the President, Mr. Sharett told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency that he had informed the Chief of State that his new government was based on three factions commanding a total of 80 votes in Parliament. While Mr. Sharett has already scheduled a. meeting of the new Cabinet, he is still making efforts to bring the Progressives back into the coalition despite the opposition to the coalition's agreement to press for an election law amendment limiting the right of Parliamentary representation to parties which obtain 4.2 percent of the total vote in a national election. The Cabinet includes nine members of Mr. Sharett's Mapai Party. four General Zionists and two Labor Mizrachi. The Ministry of Justice is reserved for a representative of the Progressive Party which was a member of the former coalition but has not yet agreed to join the new government. The only new figure in the Cabinet is Zalman Aranne, Mapai. who is Minister without Portfolio. Pinhas Lavon has formally assumed the Ministry of Defense post formerly held by Mr. Ben-Gurion, and Mr. Sharett combines the Premiership with the Foreign Ministry. •? BERLIN (JTA) —Issues of vital concern to the Jewish people and to the State of Israel were at stake this week as the momentous meeting of the foreign ministers of the United States, Britain and France with their Russian counterpart got under way here. While the world watched developments here for indications of what the future may bring, the Jews and the people of Israel were also concerned over specific issues. The Jewish people, mourning the loss of six million vietims of Nazism during World War II, were concerned over the danger of a rearmed Germany and the attendant possibility of a resurgent Nazism. Military Revival In Jerusalem. Acting Premier Moshe Sharett disclosed to the Parliament of the Jewish State last week that Israel had informed the Great Powers on several occasions of its fears of a revival of Nazism and had warned them against the dangers of re-arming Germany. The Israel Government assigned Dr. Chaim Yahil, deputy head of its purchasing mission in Germany, as its observer at the Berlin meetings and pressed diplomatic action to direct attention to Israel's vital stake in any German settlement that may emerge from the meetings. Israel diplomatic representatives in Moscow, Paris and London handed to the governments to which they were copies of an Israeli aide memoire outlining Israel's interests in the Berlin conference. A similar move by Israeli representatives in Washington was expected momentarily. East Germany In Moscow, Israel Minister Shmuel Eliashiv called on Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister A. Zorin and, giving him the memorandum, informed him that Israel had assigned an observer to Berlin to present Israel's views to the Big Four Foreign Ministers. Mr. Zorin expressed no opposition to the idea of an Israeli observer and promised to study the aide memoire. In various Western capitals it was reported unofficially that the Big Powers were inclined to support Israel's claims. No official reaction was available anywhere. Apart from general questions of world security and peace. Israel was specifically concerned over two issues: the smooth continuation of reparations payments under the West German-Israel agreement in the event some change in the status of Germany emerges from the conference and the revival of Jewish claims for reparations against East Germany as part Continued on Page* 9 A Defense of Nazis is Published JTA Feature WASHINGTON —A defense of Nazi war criminals is contained in a new book mailed to Washington newspapermen from Appleton, Wisconsin, at the same time Wisconsin Senator Joseph McCarthy announced subpoena action against General Telford Taylor, chief US prosecutor at the Nuremberg trials. Entitled Advance To Barbarism, the book suggests that punishment of high-ranking Nazis was a Communist concept and that those in the western world who favored the post-war trials were advancing to "barbarism." The author is an Englishman, F. J. P. Veale. He ac cuses the United States of aggression against the Axis, denounces the Royal Air Force for bombing Germany and describes anti-Nazi resistance movements as "treacherous. He sees Nazis as "gallant," lauds the "heroic" Germany General H. B. Ramcke who was convicted by the French as a war criminal and belittles testimony by Jewish survivors that the Nazis manufactured "human soap." Victims of the Nazis consider the book itself to be an "advance to barbarism." One of the two persons to whom it is dedicated is Edward L. Van Roden, a Pennsylvania judge. Van Roden was praised by Sen. McCarthy for allegations in 1949 which formed the basis of McCarthy's attack on American Army personnel, including Jews, with respect to the treatment of Nazi stormtroopers held by the United States for their role in the massacre of American prisoners of war at Malmedy, Belgium, in 1944. A Continued en Page 3 A



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•> fcwfc£ HcrirliMn —__„ ^ !" DAIJANUARY^ PAGE 16 B JWV Puts Skids on Citizenship Try Of Former Nazi Theodore Ex Continued from Page 1 B be naturalized as a Cerman." Mr. Dix's authority for his statement about Mr. Ex's genealogy was "an attorney in Germany who was in charge of these matters during the Nazi regime." The JWV felt that other German called on Presiden Eisenhower. He wu Jakob AH maier, the first Cerman legislative official of the Jewish faith to visit Washington since 1933. Mr. AMmaier is a ranking member of be foreign relations committee oi Nazi reg me. he.iwv ten inai o"".%  i,,„i m .' 5 attorney in Germany who was Bundestag Mdgj*. -in charge of these matters during role m the German-brael rep. the Nazi regime' is a dubious authority, to say the least, as to Ex's qualifications for re-admis.-ion to the United States." The reason Mr. Ex gave for perjuring himself before a I > vice tions treaty negotiations. The remilitarization of Germany. u sought by the United States through the EDC treaty, is opposed by Mr. Altmaier. He feels that former Nazi officers would incwconsul and for going to Hitler Ger-1 la |,| v regain power. Mr. Altmaiei many in 1937 was "hunger." Howexpressed tearthat Germany anew ever, the JWV asked: "What did democratic government would be .... ... ...... ..( tint. Nazi Germany have that could not be infinitely surpassed by free America, even in a period of economic depression? Ex and a hand iul like him are unique among the thousands upon thousands of Americans of German birth who chose to place their faith in the American system and to give this country their wholehearted loyalty in peace and war." While Mr. Ex's application remained blocked in the House, anKatz, Rice on Film Forum at Beth Sholem Irvin Katz and Wilfor Rice, principals of Miami Beach Senior and Junior High School and Nautilus Junior High School, respectively, were discussants at the Film Forum of Temple Beth Sholom on Wednesday evening. Featured was: Meeting The Needs Of Adolescents. The forum is under the sponsorship of Beth Sholom's PTA. of which Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan is president Mrs. Alexander Kogan is chairman oi the series which takes place on alternate Wednesdaj evenings. Sydney J. Greenberg. educational director of Beth Sholom, acted as moderator of the discussion which followed the showing of the iilm jeopardized by a restoration of mi itarism. He pointed out that officers of the 12 proposed German i divisions would include a number with ss and SA backgrounds Cultural Center Sit Third Annual The Jewish cultural cj open its third annual I Saturday evening. j anuMli The affair ls ^heffil through Sunday and M,,* Featured will be J including ladies' and m*a and gift items ,Iomega will be serv t d from 5 ,3 midnight. The Center u l-enox Avenue, Miami Rev. Baehr is Guest of Local Palestine Group Rev Karl Baehr, executive di rector of the American Christian Palestine Committee, was guest oi honor Tuesday at a luncheon sponsored by the Greater Miami chap ter of the American Christian Palestine Committee at the Miami Women's club. Or H. Franklin Williams, vice president of the University oi Miami, was chairman of the meeting Mrs I. .1 McCaffrey, Miami civic leader, co chairmen of the American Christian Palestine commit tee, served as cochairmen. Funds lor Youth Aliyah The Stephen S Wise Group of Hadassah will hold its weekly minyon card game lor Youth Aliyah at the Monte Carlo Hotel on Thursday, Femruary 4th. 1 p m j Dave Levinaon. hotel operator and co-ownw of the Algiers Hotel, sells the first ticket of a dinner being given in hi honor on Sunday, March 7th. to Samuel ReinharoJ. chairman of the affair. The dinner will be given by Yeshivq Torah Vodaath, Theological Seminary in Brooklyn, New York. Looking on is Rabbi P. Briskman. Professor of Tal mud at the Seminary. Ophthalmologist to Discuss Lens Magic at Spinoza Forum Dr. Joseph I Pascal will be prin cipal speaker at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum on Saturday, afternoon, 3 p.m., on the lawn of the home ol Dr. Abraham Wolfson, Uth Street and ocean Court Subject of Or Pascal's talk is: The Magic Of The Lens The gpesk er is a lecturer in ophthalmology at the New York Medical School and Hospital and author of the W cent book. Studies In Visual Optics. Charles II I.ee will preside. MIAMI BEACH 1104 IUK.U ltd 94731 Ph. 5-1112 n 7> ww CUSTOM TAHOtMt 1104 UNCOIN Mil Miami Beech •473 HARDING Avnaj, I Sarhiae NABERDASHII1 301 k tor • %  MU | AUGUST BROS R VI Carnival is Scheduled Ladies' Auxiliary of the Ilia lead Miami Springs Jewish Com munity Center will hold a carni val on Saturda) evening, 8 p.m. and Sunday lrom 2 to 5 p.m. (complete and ^bepenJat/e cTiJIe IAMI TITU & Obstruct Co. M 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE Of DADE COUMTT ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSt Title hMwreace PeNciss ef Kmt City Title leseraam C*. Capital, Surplus A ta a snr n 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE Ml WTVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHEDULE Friday thru Monday (Jan. 29 Feb. 1) FRIDAY 7:00 T.i.l. 7:15 7:30 7:46 MORNING SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY^ P • Mux 8:00 i 8:15 8:30 8:46 |] | 9:00 Dli i I' rig .• VI s 9:30 Strike II Rich : i.lv 10:00 Til.I. iul,Show 10:15 Valiant Lad) 10:30 I >:..!:. 1. 10:45 I'ir, u> 11:00 Del ItllXMi 11:16 11:30 Menu Mack 11:46! 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PLANNING COMMISSION: TERM OF OFFICE; VACANS*c tion = ION; I CIES: %  I'll I %  nil in %  %  I'po %  %  i '.. ,' n| I Section 3. PLANNING COMMISli POWERS AND DUTIES I clcvili • %  er plan I' I I ,,. iiil Mai lil) \| %  .. /, %  '' %  '""" %  %  %  I le) Make II ml lopi .,. -" and 21 ol • the %  Jhurlrta and blighted a th.. ii %  %  t except lony I lie Kofi ': l • ''. liitinny am with the principal ..... Secfon 7. THE MASTER PLAN: T • M.iler Plan I i il Hi. city, with thi onipn desin '• %  Htti aimII 1 % %  • %  Hon. rhii %  %  v, .il.iv. ... %  I nil %  Ibl %  ncal ii publ i. i The '. em I ; %  til whethi '• ,\\ 11.-ll ill i Thi • ii %  ki I Ion, i.ii'ii. Bitch eXlatlm I iva)*, 1' I '•I I I.. t • • I I 1..I ... j p ..]., I ..... %  •-. '.-. Se.tion i. ADOPTION OF THE MASTER PLAN; Thi I I lie Mi %  %  ,i ion ,i i %  I | : %  • %  ; ... %  %  •.. • il • %  %  %  iiunty ol %  %  %  I Ian • • %  %  ,. %  %  T. .. tiigi tin i i> mi the thi llmi i • •! i yhown "ii the ... I : • %  the pro.i in Hi and i .,!, i u ii. re ll v • %  i ownem ol I.ni'l 't,.. future ,1. lli.' put I •. \ %  iniMlIf lea lion of such : I... Mil.millannlng Hoai 'i and heth. %  lij ii. or .it ii anppi ot ed, i roved by a favo le of Ihe ii ••( .i plat -h.ill in.i. in and "' ii-. If, con %  ii Hi.' open%  • • • ill.' Liking In Section 14. OFFICIAL MAP; The %  ouii i.. ordinance %  Hi. i ii >. on ii 'i Ml.ill ..'-:' | %  ii-i %  i i.. lau .i• • %  11 %  il la I %  1.1 vli planni ,l -• i | In ited on plai a adopted 1' | "in. il in .,,.' ,1 in.,. with ilu' pi .\ talons "' s.,'. : i ,,f mis I.HI tintime oi tiie eatabllah• • nf the man %  All Klreeti .. ireei loi nled on i I in i ii. i |.I.I' ol ppro-i • .I bj %  ] .in n :i %  TV. time nf 1 he %  • %  cut oft % %  v u '| hi null the (.ifflclal M". slinll inn ,,i md i ;• %  rH on -. • ... ll .ni of ,ui\ • %  : %  %  ... I'laci i linn .. the % %  .' %  %  %  ed parka %  %  %  m ii,. %  %  .( the Section 15. MODIFICATION OF OFFICIAL MAP: .,„ %  i OF '•if. the i'n | •" ill) I., tii^ 'mil;. I i ;. than 90 da". i in Hi.beginning of Ihe budget ) %  i li-i of recommended capital Iniprovementa which, In the opinion of (Ini nmm • alon nre neceaaarv or Section 9. LEGAL EFFCCT MASTER PLAN. %  %  %  %  %  %  %  riv, Tl • enlng. i irrow%  • %  %  • %  %  ,'. • • • desirable to i.the fm Hi, online. Bach lisc aha I) i„ or preferem with re. nto which projects nati in i^ii dui ina; Klx-.rear period nrranged in order immendatlnna. %  hall I. iatreei or othei piihlii public bulldii ilmllarl) overruled bs thi I i„ in a n Plan slum erructed in which yeai ii Within Its budget apnroprlallon. contra i with Cltj Planners : ,' 1 1 %  Jltanta for sui h MI i • a* it inn r r aubdlvlalon of land within the City: pro n U ",' I V"i •"",''. !"""l Kail „,!, apply in bind outalde the r\t\ ovei which putting and lubdlvl.lon %  hi reposed b) law In some authority other than this fliv or i,v of S Offices, Departmenti or Agencli. """MIVISIOBK means ,„.. dlvffion'of a lot, iiai-i or parcel of ami into two n. iTi",'"", Hea or other alvlaton [ ': '"' ,""' ; whether „ m. ; iiMi :; ...n,,,,,., .„ „, lH ,„ 1 ,„ 1 „; ,; i; -iS^ST "• REGULATIONS GOV ERNING SUBDIVISION OF LAND In exerclalng the powen ar.m",iTI It b) Section :: ot thla x,, ... ',.: Planning Board shall adon reguia' Jlona governing tho aubdlvlalon land within Its jurisdiction 81 reguatlona may provide for the in, monloua dvlapmea| of the Cliy and Its enMrona. for th. nrdlnatkjn and other waya within ii, subd vided land with other exUtlni or planned streets and w:.v ,," %  "* conformance to the Muster P|n or Of. flclal Map, for adequate open apace,. 'reel %  Chart, %  %  Mil In %  %  %  o n R ET UiLD NCS|N;MAp "J cae In whlih iuch %  ",' %  ',"","FWrtS n SPSJL aa SfiEsBaffi "" That, balan • IX othei %  > • kection 19. ZONING ORDINANCES: I".., I lie purpose ol priiinntlng the health, aafi >. morale % %  general udrure of Hi. City, the Council, by ordinal,. ••. legulate Ihe loratton, helghi. hulk and alie of liuilillngy and other atructtirca, the sixe of yard, courta. anil othei o|ien a|*aces, the density of populntlon ami Ihe uses of buildings, atructiires, and land fm trade, Induatry, business, residence or other purImaea Such ordinancea ma) piuxl.ie thai lh. Zoning Hoard of Appeals may, m appropriate caas and lubjaol i" appropriate prlnclplea, itandarOB, rules condition* and aufeguarda set forth in ih. indlnance, m.ike ypei-lal e\. .-p liona t'> Ihe terms of the xuning reguharmon) with their general purpose and Intent. Such ordJtiaJMexi ma) proxlile thai the xuning Hoard of Appeal llhorlae \.,,iainea frmn the Mini application of Ihe regulnliona in auch aituatloni and aubjact in MI. h limitatloni aa may be aet f.n Hi in the i II dlnani %  • Section 20 POWERS OF COUNCIL IN SLUM CLEARANCE AND REHABILITATION OF BLIGHTED AREAS: lh. Council max adopt, 11,..,Illy and r IT) uul plane propoaed by ihe ... Hoard i"i i I. ni ajti %  • "f alum dlatrlcU and rehabilitation of blighted areas within I hi Cll) and, fur the arcompliahmeeil ol this purpoag, mny arxpiiie i,. | b ase ,., condemi all piual.K .nineil land, bultdlnKI and othei real propvrl) Intereata wilhIn Ihe lilati let may %  L. loi %  •' %  rein,'.ii... I,nil.I ami improve Ihe alreela thei p'lbli, ,,p. i, spa.. s provided for lii (lie plan, max maintain, overall, leas, u, sell sanI liiiililingy or any u, i srll.tke land, or any iHin ilni.ui. .Iehtnaieil T-ir liulldlnaiii I (olvat. -.pin 4>.(.K up,,n MiKh lei ni ami cotldMlan* ami si>li)ct to in i instiieiltiim as ba I,adding wta-s ,mi open space,. .,HIII substantial!) %  II i) oul an I affei i ihe Plan. Section 21. PLANS FOR SLUM CLEARANCE: .\n\ plan fur slum < luda tin defining of •he bound ..f the district recoenieleared the propoaed | "i"i relo. .,!;..it of exiatireets and othei public open ithln the area, the U> atlon and e, ncral lyp, harai ler, bulk. uai "I thi : • u bulldlnyi permitted within the Ihe I'" atlon nf i'iiproposed ai pai 1 of i'"i ihe reduction of deI vice, the promotion of I'ubll ..in, ,i ,. promotion of food tion ..r II. ol i.ini and propert) in,i ii,.. dexelopmenl lh, fit) in i %  i Planning, ihe le u i thi exi f the i m ,i in onll -' %  %  on tO nl Mils •i" i.i •-I to be a • .n I ,, p„l,l.. Section 22. BLIGHTED AREAS: Nl lat ion of Might he Cll) ahull ll %  Ion and bouni nded t" be ll. ol new or %  ex.-l •,. %  .., ta I paci %  'i,in the : type • and uae of the %  '.. lad M p.'l• n hnliiiiiated area, • % %  : of oi, Ildirurs to %  ""i and ihe location of apacei piopomd aa g part "i ih.plan iii.rui.ii as an h. owing I" Ihe obsi.lesind haracter ..f the %  • the existing dlvlalon ,' : lots ami ownerships •ireel and other "pen LEGAL NOTICI %  '• %  .I, quired, owm I %  P H and lh, | i **• HOUSING AUTi The I on u "UTl a PUD beciion M. A nil'. u %  powei i ii mine %  ,. ," %  ""' oinei ,.|,e„ apaces. the mixed character and use. of the l.n Idlnga, or other factor, and cauwa. depredated with c.naen ,„ '.'"*. r "KMrnatb.n Of .leveln ,.,'V ''"'""" and loa. t. \ U nd taxahle values. and Hhere ., reatoratlon of the !; %  '" %  %  of .he area .nd It. at al.l Pie VMlues. •40 -.tain ''" %  I" Ihe economic • %  \i'i'.'.,N ahall h %  which the pa;,,., ;„ %  %  li:,i -, ,.,. ... Illt#-rm* fcU.ll ^;;;r'"^^l dition. ,o twern [„,"' 'and con"ni, etruc.-.; %  -; hnusing pro,, ad or .". I'H ." v '""""'"t onPropVrt) %  LTh'rliT' v A f >). ooth teal and peraonaL > c Sect.on 25 AP,>no v .. „, NINO CON L< and no I then unlesf i hi Millie.I to .HI. I approved provided, how, L auch '''inn in., "i It) mi, have powi provnl. Section 26 POWERS OF i IN REPLANNI.-.G AND RFO OPMENT OF NEi&HBO?* AND DISASTER AREAS Ttal cll ahall h.i\ ,• I ,. r |„ lain pn the Planning Commission planning. Impr, mint of nelghls.ihiNHla and I r.-pi.ilining, r.-. on • ipiiicnt of anj m rtntrWI, max haxe I..-, n Iroyed all In part hx dl Section 17. NEIGHBORHOOD] PLANNING AND REDEVI MENT: An) plan ifled >.-ihel ning Comnns-.. ;..(d H >pagL liniirovement and %  'I.\.I,.PTVM1 iielghborhiHid. • %  l.'ir.iyf tion and bound.,* ea of th hood, and ma< Im i %  new or Ihe vacating, .-xiMidsn'l enlng. narrowim: ur latlng ttreeta < other PuMbf Hiacen. the reconditlonlaffefefl lugs, the local i location of pa t|.l;i>fi other public lei rt itloaaj nelghlxirhiHiil plai ng and Ing, location of strictions, gonina iniendmeajl other type of rhai ind nng of nelghhorhis"!'md the tie Ihe powers ii. led In therewith in Reel on .'6 ,.ftMii are herein n, lo ba ; purpose and a public uw. Section 28. DISASTER AREA plan drafted b) lbs 1'Linmag 1 IIIIS-I..II foi 11 • planalajQ strin-llon ni' reili %  imirBl area daalroyed In h, %  artouel) damaged l I flood or othei ill tl Jecl lu fkioda. -li. Wig of the lot .,i :..ii and 1 the area or dial l.e eplnillleil developed Hinl in.. prm-ftM localhiu of new ot [im r, l< n-lon M x, n or other publn open spg tion and general txpe, h.iraeMS height, ami ii'i 111 U -h*** eree%cd wr peijniitefl HtrM. 4hi>'rvun.iii ng vt,m INKS) t*> ie. I< umi'l 'lleili 'tttj reluanlJoSi and .M. ni uf KiMuinia an,l oihei j'.ildi, facllltlee. Ihe !< %  'H.I nf uiilB the btilbliim !• regulations amI in tlier trp*4 vision relating to thi rebuil'Hna. m on Itoa ment of the ai. planning, rebuili le,leX 'olpllli I tiict and the • \. %  S rsnl.-d. in %  "i. %  ''i ,f n ectloai 2f of il I i.i'a) to % %  pun"#i plliille Use ,__ ^ Section 29. PROCEDURE., ADOPTION OF PLANS BV CILi l^s". i. %  elp' anv |dati for s tatl.Hj ut bill Mi'ik-lilaaliiiol opratwi or n shall be. and are herroi Coiinclh; vlrti and iincllmen-nl-li'rxe f ,m I'he Mayor who n.. hrf j I tu. of an ele, '"I ^JSU of Jelorida and


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PAGE 6 B RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services ;il 5:15 p.m.. with late sen ices scheduled lor 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morton Malay -ky will officiate and preach oil ihe subject:. Judaism In Practice Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the musical portion-of the liturg) The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs Arthur Goldberg. Saturday morning services are at 8 a.m.. when Marvin Fleischer, son of Mr and Mrs Oscar Fleischer, will become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Mtlavsky will preach on the Weekly Portion Mm cha is at 5:15 p.m.. followed b\ Shalos Seudos. MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Late services are at 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Boris Rackovsky officiating and discussing: Let The Seller Beware An Shabbat will follow Satur%  n ices an al 9 a m TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH SIDE CENTER will li p.i with \ '. • %  I %  • a m. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Fridaj enii • at 8:15 p m. Leo Mindlin, 11 The Jewish Flori will : peaker Bubji cl oi :scheduled as You Shall Judgt Their.. Saturday mornrvices are al 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Simon April will officiate and discuss: Shirking Responsibilities. Cantor Berele Kelemer will render Ihe musical portions of the liturgy. A class in Mishna is scheduled for 4:30 p.m.. followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate and preach the sermon on the topic: The Trials Of A Forsaken Tongue is at 5 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos when the Rabbi will difr CUSS 'he Portion of the Zohar. Junior services are at 10 a.m. in Academy Hall. CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN TER will hold Friday evening servat 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Morris skop officiating and discus Right And Wrong Jewish Tradition. Saturday morning services are at 10:30 a.m.. when Larry, son Hi Mr and MrPerry Mark-, will become Bar Mitzvah He "ill preach on the topic Toral: No. The Bar Miirvahparents will be hosts at the Kiddush following • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL ol Miami will hold Friday evening servio 8:15 p.m.. with Dr Jacob R Mar cus, Professor ol Historj at the He brew Union College in Cincinnati, preaching the sermon His is scheduled as: An Old People In \ \. H Wfor d A reception in honDr Marcus will follow AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE Will ho it 5 45 : Rabbi I I Ol Ei en j Kiddush will follow, with Mincha is al %  %  v Sundaj i n ici an al 9 a m 11 es will be at 8.30 a.m. and 5:46 p.m. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION v ill hold Fridaj evening services at 8.30 p.m.. with Rabbi Moses Mi-< heloff Officiating and discussModern Zionism Cantor Aaron Weingarten will render the musical portion of the liturgy. Traditional afternoon services are scheduled for 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services will be at 8:30 a.m.. when David, son of Mr. and Mrs, Max Classman, will become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Mescheloff will address the confirmand and preach on the topic: The Lost And Found Column. Junior services are at 9 a.m.. under the direction of Benjamin Kaminetzky Kiddush sponsored by the Sisterhood will follow. | with Mrs A. Bergman and Mrs. A Weingarten as hostesses Mincha Greater Miami'f Synagogue Directory At£Miwe* ; %  • • %  % %  -:. D,v,d -' Rabbi Ma* Shapiro. BW Ird FRIDAY, JArJUARv n Beth ,-,ii-.-v.iiive, M,-, heloff. rtrt* Beth Shcum R liberal, mi — Beth Tfllah Rabbi %  ki Ce'raVo bbt Morris %  "££ n hi Aryan Ave.. irloff. %  b lv< M B l.t~>!l K' Av. M InM-l.h l: Eui I Ave., Downtown Synagogue %  I kvi I.Mi I I ,1.-1 1 i: it ti M • Tl .. aw CutAve.. Flagler.Granada Ri c,,nrvatlvi M !" Hebrew Academy Rmbbl fc AWndg Hialeah. Miami Springs R \v. II Israelite Center — Rbbl ..• %  %  •. :ii ; %  Miami Kneaeth Israel iiabhl Anrnhsm 1411 BuolM Miami Bear" R Miam, Hebrew School 1: .• • %  • %  '• -r Jewish Community Center of Hollywood. K I -. u. Ml West • %  I BW I7tl M Young Israel I • %  •'. k I, ave., M'.a-i I %  Zamora M. It Z ira Ave., ("oral n • followed Maain h\ Shalos Seudos and Cantor Philip Hrummer will ren is al 5:30 p.m.. followed by Shah ler the musical portionof the li turday morning services re at '.) a m when Hie Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Portion Daily I • are in the chapel at 8 a.m. %  %  3 p.m. BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will I old %  evening servici I 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamchi ficiating, assisted by the choir under the direction ol Miriam Donnerstag, Rabbi Shapiro will preach the third and final sermon in a series entitled: What Youth NeedThe Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Max Bergman. Floral offerings will be by Mr and Mrs. Isadore Tendrich and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tendrich. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when the double Bar Mitzvah of Howard Tendrich and Steven T< ndrich takes place. Student servici are at 10:30 a.m. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:50 p.m. Seudos Rabbi Mescheloff will dis cuss the Weekly Portion Dailj services are ,,t %  ; and 8 a.m and al 5:30 and 6 li in A daily lecture mi Jewish laws and customs %  en by Ihe Rabbi between afternoon services, HIALEAH %  MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER ill hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Harry Kt linger officiating and discussing: SlaveWithout ChamCantor Ben Grossberg and the Center Choir, under the direction of Rabbi Ettinger. will chant the musical portions of the liturgy. Mr. and Mrs H. Fischer will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat following Saturday morning services arc at 9 a.m. TEMPLE SINAI will hold Fridayevening services at 8:30 p.m.. dedi cated to Men's Club Sabbath. Rah bi David Shapiro will officiate and discuss: Why I Believe In The Power Of Prayer. The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by members of the Men's Club and by Mr. and Mrs. Max Fichner in honiViasfErsffs Shall! WEST MIAM! JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening s e r vi ces o p m Late services are at BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky will officiate and discuss: Justice —In Religious And Civil Views. At 4:15 p.m.. Rabbi Rackovsky will preach on the Weekly Portion. Mincha will be at 4:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.. followed by a dasin Mishna. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m., with a cla-in Jewish lawand customs Gemorrah study 1scheduled for Tuesday afternoon al 430 p m. NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services al 8 IS p m., with Rabbi Henrj Okolica officiating and delivering the fourth in a series ol sermons on God and man: With All Tin Soul. Cantor Maurice Neu will ren der the musical portions ol the li turgy, assisted bj the choir under ihe direction ol Lucille Moore, The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored bj Mr and Mrs. David Goodman in honor ol the en ment ol their daughter. Carol, to Mr Al Goodman FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening service! at 8:15 p.m., with Rev Leo Helm officiating. Arthur Frishman, Miami Beach attorney and Instructor of Law at the I'niv.-r-ity of Miami. will be guest speaker. Subject of his address is: Law-The Subject B) Which We Live Mr. and Mrs. Hen Jonas will he hosts at the Oneg Shabbat Saturday morning serices anat 9 a.m., when Rev. Heim will discuss the Weekly Portion. • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at B 18 p.m.. with Rabbi I^eon Krnnish officiating and discussing: Law And liberty Saturday morning services are at 10:45 a.m.. when the Bar Mitzvah of Michael Stephen. -on of Dr and Mrs. Irving Gordon, and Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hal Hertz, will take place. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • • • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are. at 8:30 a.m.. with Cantor Abraham Seif officiating Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 8 %  m and 5:30 p.m. HEBREW ACADEMY will hold evi ning services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are al 9 i m when Rabbi AlexGross will deliver the ei n the tuple Justice, Justice Shalt Thou Pursue Mincha will be al 9 p.m., with Shalos Seudos following Daily services are at i in and 5:15 p.m. Sunday ices are at 8 a.m. • • • DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening -ervices at 6 p.m., with Rabbi Aarie Becker officiating Child Cantor Lazarke r will render musical portiniinf the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m.. when Rabbi Becker will discu.ss the i Weekly Portion Cantor Berger will again render the musical por, tions. Builders of Immortal Memorials for the fror* 0 maw Jewish Trade Look for the 2-Sto'y White Building Thurmond Monument Co. MARKERS $40.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGE8 Open Sundays Pbona 4-324* Sisted by the Temple Choir under Mr, and Mrs, Morris Harris rday morning services are at 9 a.m. Junior servicet will be al 11 a.m. Mincha is scheduled for p m., followed by a lecture on the Weekly Portion. BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m.. when lir Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate and discuss: Religion's Answer To A Troubled World. Cantor* Nathan Zeichner will render the musi cal portions of the liturgy. At 4 p.m Rabbi Samuel Krolowitz will conduct a class in Talmud. Mincha direction of Rev, Mordechal llaalman. Saturday morning MIV ire at !l a.m. ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold services Friday at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Max Landman will officiate. assisted by the choir. Topic of the Rabbi's sermon will be: What Is Ailing American Jewry Today. An Oneg Shabbat will follow. F.arly morning services will be at 5:15 p.m., conducted by Rev. Rudolf E. 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Lro AY.JAWgARY 2 9.1954 Jewish Life Outlawed Behind Iron lurfain, Shuster Tells AJC Group Continued from Psgt IB I arc in the "ROVOI mnent, and there **<#>/for/c/ifr/7 PAGE SB Am ,.riiN.n Jewish community L, h it, va i experience and re I f inestimable r^ftUmed on the Western Europe." "statesmen of the hiboon no major reform of the German school structure. Confirmed neo-Nazis seem to be biding their tune, waiting. The rest <>f Hfrpfi' knowing the*e fiujts^ feels uneifc.-: And .! ws itaate thai general i%Nt*rit>. "Eun i 're; l mM'irluri Shuster said, is the tragic weakness of France. A strong Francewould be able to welcome Germany into the community of democratic nations without fear of German military power, and. at peri In ji life there. .. ln ino-i of Western Europe. ..lit. nIc r and right center parties are power rhis gives an appear lity to political life i-hisd |. live. For underneath jrface. the forces of the same time, provide a bulwark „ both right and left, ^ga.nst Russian threat Unfortuhately. France is weak and dis, hard at work. In addition. tr„yVii uii most of Europe, there growing fear of Germany, espeiew bf the imminent • rmac rearmament. In Gerfaa Aflself. despite the recent idtSEr victory, the old undemofcutif'jenilencies in German life Tfll ensl Many ex-Nazi officials Me Council Presents Panel h Segregation in Schools In-tine wit h its current project infoming the public on the isue at stake in the Supreme Court a> And The Courts. Also aptaring were I'r Baker Hindman. |up.rintendent of Secondary EduMion of the Dade County School %  stem; Rep Dante Fascell; Mrs. tharle., Williams; and Miss Alice lacVicar, chairman of the committee of the Council charged with tidying the impact of the issue on Ide Conn'} %  rfolhs Rinehart, chairman,preIdcd at the meeting 1 united, and all of free Europe feels this weakness and suffers from it." Shuster's address was followed by a question and answer period and discussion from the floor. Foundedin 1906. the American Jewish Committee is the pioneer American organization combatting bigotry and discrimination, protecting the civil and religious rights of Jews here and abroad and working toward advancing the cause of human rights everywhere. Marking the 15th anniversary of their Gulf Drug Co., the Sam H. Goldman family group welcomed hundreds of guests to their Open House at the company's expanded plant. Mrs. Gold;, man (center) is the women's B'nai B'rith leader. Beside her is Sam Goldman, founder anfl president of Gulf Drug. With them are (left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Goldman. Afnola? I. Simon and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Geyer. Young Miss Geyer (forefront) is a pupil at Shenandoah school. ;1, luxiliary Has Meeting ih n Brandeis Auxiliary, %  lee Sons ol Israel, met Thursday^ kening at the Arlington Hotel fo: |he group's iir-t business session of he new year Residents Reminded to Register for Primary Local residents were this week reminded by the League of Women I Voters of Miami Beach that eligibility to vote in the forthcoming May primary requires county registration. The fact that voters participated in last year's Miami pgaVh council election does not mean they are qualified for the MV primary, the League explained." Anyone wishing clearer underStanding on registration may phone Mrs. Herbert Bromberg, of tte League Voters Service Com-; irirrtee. During the period February 1st through 11th, proper registration may be made close to hone, within one's^own precinct. \ Aftmiifebruary 11U>. the books will J*rrrned'to the lMfcHopr of thje flsjsjrCouiity Court House and will remain open until Saturday, April 3rd. the League .aeid v Jubilee Heads Announced Here Leonard W i e n, chairman of Mount Sinai Hospital's fourth annual all-star benefit Jubilee, this week announced five new appointees to committee chairmanships for the show which will be held at the Miami Beach Auditorium on March 4th. Dr. A. R. Hollenderwill head the Charles Werblow. Handling the Transportation Committee for the third successive year will be Erwin Karden, while Eddie Kaplan is the newly appo inted Refreshments Committee chairman. "We of Jubilee consider ourselves lucky." Wien said, ""to be able to have such a splendid group of men and women of this community on our team. For without their help, it is unlikely that our goal of $150,000 can be attained." Physicians Committed 1 along with Fremlin£' and MEAT MOhUCTS ,pt*l* QUAtlTY MMCATISSM MAI* SINAI K3SHM STAR COUP : iCAO Distributed br Hi-Grade Food <. |l?33 N. W. 7th Avenue Phono 9 -84SE PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT GO. Serving the Jewish CeinmunitySince1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES l&fMORMLS Mtani's One And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Delivery. 3


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PAGE 2 B L~utnr*Mton FRIDAY, JANUAPV^ : Business, Professional CJA Division Names Chairmen for 1954 Campaign Stepping up the action in the Business and Professional Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Sam J. Heiman. chairman, this weak announced the appointment of more than a score of outstanding business men to major posts in the ltfo4 drive. Jay Weiss will serve as co-ehair man of the Liquor Division, assisl ing Leo Host and Leo •(.'luck" i haikin, Artie KravitZ, chairman of the Retail Merchant.-' Group, has appointed t li e following Division chairmen: Toys and Novelties and Surplus Stores, Sam Brvais; Women's Wear, Maurice I'nunor: I'hil Iren Wear. Sam Suchman: Furniture, Alfred Sokol; lien's Wear, Herbert Blake, chairmen: Lou Suchman. co-chairman; Shoes. Jack Daner; Coral CableRetail Stores, Nat Winokur; Allapattah and Little River Retail Stores, Tedd) Goldstein and Julius Sperling, cochairmen: Edison Center Retail Store-. George Rosenfield; Downtown Miami Stores. Barney Slifkin: Small Department Stores, Bernard Sterling; South Miami Beach Retail Stores. Frank Seiden. Sam Reanick, Group chairman for Builders. Real Estate and Motels, has appointed these Division chairman and workers: Real Estate, Leo Bisenstein, chairman. Beach: Plumbing. Ben Mart chairman, Nathan Goldy, worker; Building, Arthur II. Shandloff: Building Trade worker-. James M Albert. David B Fleeman. Kmil J Gould. Jack S Mintzer; Architects Irvin Korach, chairman. 1 ouis Heiman, Group chairman oi the Professional Divisii n, has nted Leon A, Epstein as chairman oi Town Aatton Group and Harry Zukernick, chairman of Miami Beach attorneys. William Kneapler has accepted the post of chairman oi the AccountDivision in Miami. Jo.-eph M Lipton and Larrj Beth Jacob Sisterhood Has "Give Away Night" "Give awaj night was instituted by the Sisterhood of Congreg 3*th Jacob at a meeting Wednes1'he list "1 give awayincluded Id locket, a.well as items pur chased by MrMoses Me>cheloff in London. Paris and Venice. MrLouis Shafkin. pre-ident. Mrs. Harry Sopiro were ma.ters of ceremony. Mrs. Alexander RosenberYonkers, New York, co-cha i HI the National Convention of the Women's Branch of the I nion oi -enberg. co-chairmen of Finance and Automotive Division, announce Hi., following appointment.-: Leo Ackerman to head the Insurance Division, General Agents, Miami croup, and William Lehman to -one achain] 1 -l 'i l tiK D vision. InsUftilw 'man William ••Bill" Edelstein will be In charge of directii e oi the IntraCitj Shopping Areas and will su pervise the downtown block-b) block solictations and office build The Business and Professional on launched its big commu nitv solicitation drive with a kick off dinner Thursday night at the Saxon) Hotel, at which time Arthur Godfrey was cited for his community -er\ ice and interest in the Miami Beach area. ZOA Member Drive Is Planned Here The South Florida ZOA Coordinating Board, which imade up of the nine ZOA Districts in South Florida, initiated its local member .-hip drive with a brunch last week at the President Madison Hotel Isaac Imber told of the import ance in Israel today for i strong /'h>ni-t Organization functioning here in the IS. George Kronengold, recently returned from a trip to the Jewish state, -poke of the need to encourage tourism to that country and outlined the task for the ZOA Seymour B I.iebman stressed the necessity for immediately enrolling Greater Miami Jewry into the rankof the Zionist Organization of America. Planwere completed to declare the period from Januarj 17th to March 19th as ZOA Membership Months Details were also outlined s-hcrman of the Board dell to culminate the drive with a big aflair on Purim night All member-luned up during 11hiperiod will be known as Her/! I Year member-, marking the 50th %  anniversarj of the death oi Dr %  Henl, and will h< far the occa-ion and copies of The Jewish State, written by Dr Herzl \ Mann (left) end Samuel Rubin (right), trustees of. the American Fund for Israel Institutions, hold engraved silver qoblets made and desiqned in Israel — awarded therrt tor their outstanding contributions to Israels culture at the Funds Annual Dinner in the Waldorf Astoria. New York. Looking on is guest speaker Avruham Harmon, Israel Consul General, who made the presentation to the two guests of honor. Mann. a leading Philadelphia industrialist, announced his donation of $250 000 ior the buildinq of the Tel Aviv Cultural Center. a project now under construction. A substantial gift from Rubin, the president of a New York firm, will help make possible Israel's first Academy of Music in Jerusalem. Gable* Sisterhood Dane* on Saturday Coral Gables Jewish cLj terhood will hold a dan ^ urday evemng. January p.m., at the Center, 320 Avenue. The Rodney Nova are in charge of arra Music will be by \1 ReichT man is Mrs. Ben Trupkin. A GoodMeal...^ A Quick Mead r*ara to* Try MaaischtwU Matfcfeea llarltjSeaa. MaaitclMwiu Chtckta Seats. 'HMMtrU* sot) AZA-BBG in...:. Etoeta Offtoem Newlj elected officers of the tZA-BBG ( ouncil of the B nai K nth Youth Organization of Greater Miami consisting oi 20 • age clubwith a member-hip Orthodox Jewish Congregationof "' '"•<' r WOwere announced this America, brought greetingto the I iisctll Hlvs tor Sval in ^ongrvnn Dante B Fascell, member of the Florida State Legislature since 1950. filed Wednesday with Secretar> oi St.ite R A Graj in Tallahassei as a candidate from Florida's fourth congressional district (or the Democratic nomination tor Representative in Congress A local resident for 12't years, Fascell, 3t>. halegislative experience dating back to 1H47. when he served aattorney for the Dade j Count) delegation to the state capital. Fascell enrolled at the Universit) of Miami in 1SI33. after being 1 graduated from Ponce de Leon j Hub School He received his law degree trom the University in 1938 at the age of 21 Joining the 265th Coast Artillery Battalion of the National Guard in Miami a< a private in January, 1941. Fa-cell that -ami' year mar-1 ried the former Jeanne Marie Pelot <>f Miami Having received his commi—ion after training in Officer Candidate School Fa-cell -aw duty in Africa and Italy for two and a half yean with both the Iniantry and the Air Force H. returned to Miami after the war and resumed hilaw practice, opening law officein Coral Ga bles in 1950. Sisterhood, a member org ot the national unit A 1 low ii "l Hebrew melodic Zamora Center Holds Open House Sunday Zamora Jewish Center will hold open house on Sunday evening. January 31st, at 8 p.m.. according to ;,n announcement this week by Sidney Fertig. president, and Rabbi Max I.andman. spiritual leader Participating will be the congren and its affiliate or.. tions, including the Sisterhood. Men's Club and PTA. Eleanor Well.-, of the Artists School of Drama, will be guest of honor. week. b\ Jami I..ven-on. chairman of th< Miami B nai Brnh \ .mmittet President is Joan Sii Vemrah BBC and achieved the new 0D aa result of htrJ> -hip in the Leo N Levi Ho-pital Tag Day drive which youth cha; | over $." %  the Bnai B rith h ; Vice president 1s.i-an Lamm who is also pre>ident of the Belle BBG. Arthur Jacob-on a recording secretary Sandy Merman was reelected corresponding secretary Bob Raderman 1treasurer Murray Kane will serve a-argeant-at-arms. and f council president George I. will act as counsellor Minyon Service Slated Rho Fraternit) hainau: 1 ligioui service for memberand friends to be held Sunday morningat the tierFirst service was held at 8 a m Sunday, at the home oi 1 E Brenner, <>'~ Vlera Avenue Rabbi Max M I.andman, -pintual leader oi Zamora Jewish 'enter Coral Gi | (he service &f &f &f &f TASTY and NUTRITIOUS and GOOD for EVERYONE 7*4*4 Holland HONEY BREAD and CAKE Excellent too for SPECIAL DIETS No eggs, wheat fat iugci or syrup used in these goods. This makes them very desirable for allergy, sugai-resthcted. and low calorie diets. Salt-free variety made IJ,,1 f„ Atmwmt mmk ., ,„,*. •f**** <* lew-tedium di* Made by HOLLAND HONEY CAKE COMPANY. Holland. 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PAGE 8 B *Je1si>r*>ridton_ PRIDAY. JAN UARY 29. LEGAL NOTICE Notice %  ltrrb> O'ven "< ."""*' election will be held W < h Noith Miami Heat-h. etertda. Iretu s.ltH-k A.M. until tin* •* M n Monday. Februar> .-. HM 'or ttte Bur pose. SHALL TMI PROPOSt D -il \ St." CHARTER OF THI CIT> NOH1M MIAMI ItAl'H. •••• % %  '"AKI B'I i M I CHARTaH REVISION BOARD P ll R S I' A N T TO H At I'TES Of INI SI Alt FLORIDA NOW IN EMSTEN.,! WIT CHAflLR 1** Of INI ftOfV IPAS1A11.11S. WHICH CHARTSRRlVISfS T HE PRfcSSNT CHARTER OF THE CITN OF NORTH MlAM. BLACH AND PROVIDE* FOR THE .It KlSDICT 'ON A\D POWBRS O' (AID CIT\ tit APPROVCO ANO ADOPTIO OR DISAPPROVED AND NOI -uvi'i i D PROPOSt r> REVISED CHARTER > ,<•; • HI Cll > Of MORI •• M v %  BACH, DADE COUNTY, FLO-; DA ARTICLE I ^CORPORATION FORM 01 DOS IRNMBNT POtA I : > >....• IXCOKI* • l S IV:, 11 >•; %  %  > IN N s I IVWKKS s.t..• \>oiviOS hthabti N Vi i v v kt'H. i I ... rt i, ... i ... 1 v I Mt.O U*H i • S ins '..... N r W S MHM I toiid* YYeetl • k \> M \ \ !> .1 V V V % %  \ %  \ %  S \ i \ .. LEGAL NOTICE S i l >" s %  It" N v N • '•••" %  "> • V Y S > -" ... [ v. > C I .. %  -•. Klght-of-V %  s • %  .1 N N \ IV LEGAL NOTICE 1 < I |B BI ... • "' "'• ." %  .. Ml 'I HI. ft s I"' LEGAL NOTICE n. %  i.i l\il k Pla> grounds %  HI) UoH COUl'BI"* mi Athletic an.t inrnil Parking krti I'uhhc IJlH-nry Im-cordlnf to :hr |ir.iviinii "l th Unvn*l Ijtns, :ts i-nntiitnwl In Hn-tlonii l*. so I.. ItT.W. hfltiiilw*. of I .I BtBtUMB) Ti > *< i tlrdliMUioea defining iki ill ml i|.i ..sainM lh^ City and to pro%  .: • .. ll...... N N \\ ~\\ ', South \ \ BOVIRN %  N s N > \ .. \ .. s ti bj %  %  %  • ih i-ro>.-.: .; LOWERS OF CITY Tht %  p both; ,H> T.i leu. *!•<-••'' and r.'IWt .,1 .in I -p.-ilal taxe; on .1 in m raomtl o both. City, and such B|MCtaI •• •... -,...i.U %  •! local lmi.r<>ve,,nl MIIII e&clae ami iTlvllt-ne .. ,Khali be lawful for .arr>lng ...it tht purpoBB nnit pBWBTI of Ihe i provided thai no laxea In ... ,.i i,. tlj niilln .-hall bo U-vied ... the benefit "f • puhiir library; i To levy. a*.* and collect tax! to borro HMH.>. itliln the Ibed i.i |nerl law ; and nl %  ..Hi .1 -I" %  tal UKMCttMaBMB i.fi i red ... To fuinij-h all Wx-al public t.. purohaae. hire. constitftCAi ..n. maintain and operatr 0T leaae i i utlllticn; in a<-i|uire by ti.it i ••thrrwla*. wuhln or with..nt the ...ti".ratiHmitK property ...,: foi an. -ii. h purpoHfa, aub%  m the rvatrlctloM lni|>#ed by K. nrral law f. ihr pmtrTJiii . and t" Itrant l rranchlaea and ta reasuUle the %  %  IIT) To maUi local public Improvei menu .iinl I., acquire b> condemnation tharwlaa, proparty within or with%  ut u corporate llmlta nacaaaary for :in|.r>.lenient-, ami altw to acqtllrc an excaaf i.x.r that ni'cded for an) stiv I. improvement, and t.. acll or ,-, .. ... proper!} with reatrlctloaa • r t.. protect and preserve the %  nt. I i-. i. an.I fell bond* on the — | <*l.-.-il' II ll-i *-•! %  trvifmm **# %  ll In whole or in part, or any :>. oi of mi.-h ex' ,... .in public utility • -i.-.l I., the 'Hi. "i Of the revenue LEGAL NOTICE tlma to Mine to t| 1P (• %  ., „_ the waactmaut Ml ,-V,?"*I adopt Ian of Bach ,,,„.' ~"* lion* for the lovemm... ? %  • %  loua t.lty IH-piMu,, teraata of the flti i..J"S t, >• I lierforui all dun. %  i "hall o. "ntMJ uu-h neti.-.,. "**l !_ll • • %  t I laaJ aaaaira aa4 iwimaai • I tmiwrr %  •Btan* The i.a a e n ertr < -...r •H i"harter Na lualif*. %  ... • hall I %  thereof, "r of both, including the caae of a publii utility, if deemed dealrahie ., franchlaa atalinic the ..ll-.'i wiiuh. in caae of fore. biaaai may operata -,. h utillti ...lininlater %  Lo I lie iSenvral i .1; • an.I inf..ice within the.. .i.. ..nitary %  i ll imt In h %  .< %  ,, i LawBf .?!• To pr.\ul, ',.: -luin learaaea il bl ^htt^t er%  1 c:Ms of mone> or property, 1 roi auch • .le. ine.1 t.. I..* CU\ I t\.MEMTIO POWERS OF THE Ci Tx • -M fcr:i :^ ; •-.• Tirarn Ira. %  Bl ;tii t iiiltar> le ami littleami learaa uehtar pat ARTICLE II THE COUNCIL; THE MAYO* N and > %  > T Mayor Poweti ami .lu'iea at aW M v"aca af tbr r N Council : I Into %  J l.lae of tl lliellln I.IHIK M. per-*' %  %  %  > M -V—dm. SELECTION v MB i -i, it] have • kvtedl r. t A let m ..f %  •• %  "hall b T.. Dwm ii„ lrn • iialn' • on altel nate %  %  de.l that h I '.. rl' '!• %  the and • from %  further, that I •IrctcHl ,, .> eotera of JOALIF -ATiONS: CiMinlara of I .. ...,,. .,,,1,1,,. N i I'ublic. ioiM. II .oun any of -"I'll be caa> %  • nral tnr. jVe >hau nwanfaaub VALAe e Th# BP—-1 %  -hall tfixed bv • a^ieaaed nanclBVaBB •ir r r •••".HMo. TNI •wall be re.a• • -^rrT^ ** U w er *• 0y % % %  la .rtt. -aa j^ —.-.^, "art. wa auch oftieer advlaai.i,lor or LYiniptioll.,. nhoJ"* ami outlaa anall I,.., hh ,** J !" oi naty hereafler h, [,>?"' rrtmceranfe*wy ejii. >..'"!? 'VOa FUbmit to the City %  rraHilred. a full ana ,.„,,. ment of all receipt. ,,*" *• men ta of the I In .. ,,,,. J 1 "Statement; ami H hall aleo and aubinlt to emu ii„. mUr City council at the ,£ r meetlnc In each month ., ,,{" ahowlrut the amount „, ?£** penaas of each C'ltj I N.,„ r n !" the inccedmit mviiili. i*,ih,r,' the amount allow,,i ,,, rt l "" ment when the Annual lluo.Vt" (hi To act on all (trdlnanoBit— by the City Council „„,| jZgl be auhmltted befme ,i„ t "'* fact to the Mayor. ,., "L"!?, Mayor, for blaapprov.il; T BBML" he Hhall aln the aainr and retail to the City Clerk, if dtauamll return aame with hioWeHaiT wrttltta-. to the city 'ouraSTi next ri-Rutar nv.-iinr. wfe> cause the aame to l .nterwlkt upon ita recorda of their ina, with the Mayor'a thereto, and paa* n;..i, o,, U|>on conalderatlon lllr I'ily^— %  hall paaa Bald Ordinance he Jj flftha t4/i) major tt> \,it, vote "hall be enteu-,1 upon ia orila, such tlnjinan. .!..i|| ^_ come law, the Mayor'i min,. t^>ntrary notwithat^n lint .Vx< nance which ahall nol be rrra the City Council at the nexti^ meeting after It" passage Wtt i written veto, shall l.e, nine a Be si like manner aa If a|.pni\ed Bl nj Mayor or Acting Mayor, Section S.VACANCIES IN OK MAYOR: The IT, • dent of dWj Council, during the abaenee or bllity of the Mayor, ahall set ail Mai or. but while ao ailing an ML_ he shall not ha\e the niht to tj tote as a member of th>. <'itv ra but the city Oouni I Khali, m i-aee, elect a Praaidi nl pro tin L in caae the Mayor "hill I* abneatl laboring under any dlrabihty for i than tnree daia at a lime, tbe I Ing Mayor shall reoi .. the Ma •alary for the time of hia abane dlaabilit... provided, thai In the e of the absence, .ickm•-.r lil^sil cation of the Mayor and or the Ml •lent of the Clt) .• n I. 1st C Council may elect one ..f u meal who ahall Ce Acting Viator, aat] actlnfj Haior cannot ... a aaaj of Council; and. pro i ae of death, resignation, ragjl failure to ..wei a ..' I'he her. ina't. i ti.ular i>owars In II not be deemed SXcl lion to tne BOW • %  • ..i Implied then the • %  tended that the i' have and mat SXel which, under the I State and giant. I • clla of Hi. BBd I.AWB of (he Stale I.. -..1.1— tent I .i • art" • fi. ally to enumerat. ENUMERATED POWERS COUNCIL: Th. i hate an.i la a •' ,.ow era aa follow 111 To a|.|.|nt a ahall |>et m mm l. (he |.i t-barter and %  scribed or whi.li be BBBJ |MCIII.I bt i-itv •' tl) To ai^iolnt a i-hall perform all lies "• Man him by (he t-luirter and win ire no scribe %  or w.'i ..leafter I preaa-rtbed by C'ltt %  %  l inan-e is) TO make. •'"; 1 .,; .• the teuierrtniei;' %  l i : the ifffl. e. of sal 'names in writing and iasr Usi and Rules ..I tirdi • latent with thi" rt r ,.*, C .n.titution ami l.n>" "f me states a. Ihei "'•JT. %  1 To |as all >nlm •• %  %  ""' ^ %  nbe penaili.'"^ifl .< To restrain and punaUjH Ming or other .1 to pretent the r.in"">K a( a-jcattle, horses, doga, nogs, gats. and fowl, snd nth" tw birds, la the -• rets sr__, tlty Umlts and I • ""I"" 11 t> To provide for %  ". „ meat of wsterw % % %  %  <">" "j waaats neceasart ';' r '"^d asal mat make rontraett eaw To be -me. snd wheneteftM^ SSIIWI ceanpan 1 „a at • !> To regulate Ihe '-•*£* street or other rai •'" """ the CtW Limits rrt T Ueease. .•. %  *% %  „*< Hhln th' .'„'2aai q__ -La-i l b and '7^, Ur*w •a-.'jfj as e^-t-s u bee" -s •



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PAGE 10 A *Jmi§lfhridrrtr? FRIDAY^ ANUARy. American Notables..Aaron Levy of Aaronsburg: The Jew of 1 By HARRY SIMONHOFF (Horrv Si.-nonhoH's column, constitvtina a scries """"'' American Notables, is being publish*, by The Jew.sh flondian as part of the tercentenary celebration of Jewish sefflemenf N (he United Sfofes.-Thc Uitors.) The little town of Aaronsburg ituck awa) to the hearl ,,i ivnn-vl\ania witnessed a unique celebration on Oc tober 23. 1949. About 30.000 visitors from far and neai came to this town oi about 400 residents. The Governor of Pennsylvania spoke, Dr. Ralph Bunch.-, fresh from mediating an armistice between Israel an.l the AraD -. delivered an address and Justice Felix Frankfurtei ,,f the U.S. Supreme Court read a paper The da) was taken up with pageants, symposiums, and panel discus sions, participated in by eminent figurein religion, education, journalism and government. Ostensibly it was all in commemoration of the 150th anniversary of Salem Lutheran Church. Actually, the as -emblage turned into an interfaith demonstration, dedicated to religious, racial and social toleration, with Aaron Lew as a ,-vmbolic figure dominating the celebration. Honor was paid the memory of the Jewish founder of \ ironsburg. who in 1786 donated the ground upon which i he church was built. In 1760. Yiddish speaking Aaron Levy, then in his Late teens, arrived in Philadelphia. An emigrant from Holland. iis origins seem German or Polish and judging from the books brought over by his nephew, the family background was religious and Talmudic. For about a decade. Aaron trafficked about between Philadelphia. Northumberland and Lancaster, where the example or advice of Joseph Simon induced him to trade with the Indians. But merchandising and Indian trading were incidental. Aaron Levy's fame rests on real estate. As a real estate • iperator. he ranks in the forefront among the numerous land speculators in all the colonies. The number and extent of hitransactionare astonishing. He appears to have owned land in every county of Pennsylvania. In his study on Aaron Levy. Dr. Sidney S. Fish tabulate74 transactions in Northumberland and 88 in Centre County. The deals range from single lots to 26.000 acre tractas revealed in recorded documents. One must bear in mind that the population in all the 13 colon! reel} reached in Centre Countj '"? i, 5iNorthumberland, surrounded by ferule sod. the spot tor farmers to sell their pw* „ the very a • ol count* %  *"*•* %  •'• %  %  "^ as presumed to become the seal of count) government It was on,the roadI leading.to Ph la ,,,.,,,,,:., .\ ncwl) projected hhjhwa) to Ft. Pitt (PM* bur gh would mrel) cross a) this strategic potat lhe near* navigable water could link the town with the large ci ,i es o„ the coast Good timber and stone quarries hi the neighborhood provided building material for horn.-. churches, stores, schools and public buildings l he imagination oi Aaron Lev) envisioned a thriving community that would become a prosperous city ol commerce and civilized living. The planned town he named Aaron-burg. I he running the prospectus, even the advertising show that the modern realtor has nothing to teach the land prospector ,,i the 18th century. The ordinary 50 foot streets intersected each other at right angles. The main avenue, 160 feel wide, called Aaron's Square, was prepared for public buildings He named the Intersecting 100 tool boulevard Rachel's Way in honor of his wife. The lots averaging 60x220 ft. were auctioned off at S(i each, with a dollar annual ground rent, the purchaser to receive full title on paying 20 "Spanish silver milled dollars." Plots reserved for churches were presented as gift parcels to several Christian denominations. The great expectations lor Aaronsburg did not materialize. Aaron Levy anticipated a large immigration to the free Republic of the West following the Peace Treaty. But the new government, without stability and deeply in debt, had to sustain a severe economic depression that settled on the new country. Revolutions and Napoleonic Wars prevented a sizeable immigration. Levy suffered keen disappointment when Centre County selected Bellfonte its seat of government instead of the better located Aaronsburg. At the turn of the century only 32 families inhabited thi town. Aaron Levy left nothing undone to attract settlers. He authorized a relative in London to sell the land to prospective immigrants. Perhaps the ecorciou against nomic crisis reduced Levy's commercial ,-iblv Christian prejudice militated ... "Jewstown as Aaronsburg was often referred i in spite of American prosperity and with all oL^ development of Pennsylvania, the town ha-not 400 inhabitants. Aaron Levy experienced the lips and estate speculation The buying splurge ft French and Indian War was halted with the Hard money, not too abundant in the pro-Const under the Articles of Confederation, made estate difficult, especially since Cingrcss gave! land to war veterans. Overloaded with prop found himself land poor. Aaronsburg strain^' sources and caused him to mortgage such hnui would attract a lender. Instead of a tycoon fc 1 agent and placed his abilities at the disposal ql | land interests. Robert Morris, War Director of Finance fort nental Congress, headed a real estate syndicate! Levy to discover large tracts of at least 40.000 i ris agreed to pay for warrants, surveys, pa cost of chaincarriers, pack horses and provuio compensation was 15 pounds for each 1,000 connection was profitable for a time. The MornTJ swung large deals and collapsed. Aaron Levy the heavy losers, yet his confidence in Robert I mained unimpaired. Association with James Wilson was more This distinguished jurist, statesman, signer oTl laration of Independence, drafter of the Federal ( tion and Washington's appointee on the Sup was interested in acquiring large acreage, bat L onizing rather than speculation. Levy contracted! nish James Wilson with 500.000 acres. Aaron Levy and wife spent their last days %  ] delphia. Childless, they adopted as their son Simon Gratz. brother of the famous Rebecca. Hi surprising that Aaron's will makes no bequests I ties, not even a plot of ground for Mikveh Israeli he was a member. He did, however, during ike \ hour of the war make a loan to the ISA.; tail of all the influence of Robert Morris, he was ntti at least not in full. Brandeis Mckes New Appointments To University's Board of Trustees WALTHAM—The announcement •1 three new appointments to the Brandeis University Board of Trustees was made here this week, v George Alpert. Boston attorney and president of the Brandeis Board of Trustees. Named were Abraham Feinberg. ice president of Hamilton Hosier) Mills. Inc.: Jack M. Kaplan, presiof Welch Crape Juice Comand William Mazer, execuvice president of the Hudson Pulp and Paper Corporation. All residents ol New York City. \ graduate of Pordham timer Law School and of New York niversity, Feinberg ialso presi• of the Hamilton Textile Mills, Inc.. and chairman of the Board i| Moss store-. Inc. His philanthrope activities include the role of Idenl ol the American Committee for the Weizmann Institute ol .Science. After studying at Now York University and Columbia University. Mazer joined the Hudson Pulp and Paper Corporation, of Inch he has been vice president -ince 1947. He is president of the Muscular Dystrophy Association of America and a member of the Fedration of Jewish Philanthropies. President of the Welch Crape Juice Company, Kaplan is an officer <>f the J. M. Kaplan Fund which endowed the Jack M Kaplan Chair in Comparative Literature at Brani deis University in 1952. The three new Trustee appointments bring to 17 the number of members of the Brandeis Board, otherare Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, Judge Joseph M. Proskauor. economist Dr. Isador l.ubin and in dustrialisl Israel Rogosin. Scholarship Established NEW YORK An annual scholarship for agriculture graduates of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem lor postgraduate research at educational institutions in Great Britain or Northern Ireland has been established by Hems .i Levitt, oi Edinburgh, with a IMII ol 10,000 poundto the British Friends of the Hebrew I'mversiu The scholarships are awarded by a Board ol Trustees in consultation with University authorities. The chairman of the board is Dr. Norman Bentwich, Professor Emeritus of International Relations High School "Societies" Under Fire Tuesday Miami Beach High School's attack against "secret societies" will be spotlighted by a massed parents' meeting Tuesday evening. February 2nd. at 8 p.m.. it was announced by Irvin W. Katz. principal. The public meeting takes place in the school auditorium. Official guests present, to answer questions from parents, will include Anna Brenner Meyers. School Board appointee from District 5, and the school's guidance advisor. Miss Margaret Cilkio. Also in the audience will be teenage experts from the Greater Miami Jew i-b Community Center and I'TA officers, In a joint statement issued by KatZ, PTA president MrHarry Rogerand Adult Education chair man MrMilton Sirkin -tudentand parentwere notified of the School Boardrecent regulation now requiring parent-' signatures added to pupils pledge carddisavowing membership in the "secre! societies." Chesed Shel Emess Sisterhood chesed Shel Emess will meet on Tuesday. February 2nd. l p.m.. at the Beth El Congregation, according to an announcement this week by Mrs Israel Goldberg, president. Mrs (;„I,||,crg said that the group will discuss plans for its annual membership tea Key figures at Brandeis exercises this month marking the opening oi the University's new Graduate School of Arts and Sciences were (left to right) George Alpert, Trustee chairman; Massachusetts Governor Christian A. Herter; Dr. James R Kilhan, Jr., president of Massachusetts Institute of Technology who delivered the principal address; and Dr. Abram L. Sachar. Brandeis president. Folk Dance Group to Perform for Golden Agers The Golden Age Friendship Club of the Town Branch. Creator Miami Jewish Community Center, will hold its regular monthl) dance on Sunday. January 31st, 8 p.m it was announced by Mr Henry liar Ison, program chairman. Ai i -penal feature the Israeli Dance rroupe ol the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission will demonstrate a series ol Israeli folk dances. Performing win be Heleoe Saidner, Avma Kaminetsky. Irma <;„ Men, Lamar Mamches. Judy Phil. | liP and Harriet Sollawaj | Red Cross Goal Revealed Announcement of a goal „f S267 116 and appointment of Harrv C. Kbnght and Walter Headlev 1 chairman and vice chairman reSSS 2MB ST m open Dinner Set for Sunday MoHie Kahanor Ladies' Auxiliary will hoW egaU n M m Ce,, Park sLo 8 SP8ghet,i di on Sunday from 4 to in,. Forum to Pit hanvvU. UettiweU Democratic leader Dante B. Fascell and Republican stalwart Paul E. Helliwell will represent their party views on the controversial topic, Can The Eisenhower Program Prevent A Recession, at a forum scheduled for February 1st, sponsored by the Forum Committee of the Beach Branch of the Creator Miami Jewish Community Center. Fascoll is presently State Representative from Dade County and is a candidate for Congress Helliwell.' a loader in the F.isenhower Presidential Campaign, is seeking the position of Republican committeeman in the State of Florida. Attorney Paul Katz will serve as moderator The forum is scheduled for 8:30 p.m. Learsi Senior Jud Entertains Hado Chaim Weizmann Professional Croup of was entertained Sunday j home of Mrs. Rose NW 22nd Avenue. Learsi Chapter of i presented an all Israeli i dance program under tion of Miss Dolores visor. Participating were geier, Ronnie Faske, Mi er. Susan Freedman, Sand stein, Maxine Harris, vine. 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IIY JANUARY 29, 19S4 >Jei*tn*rkU !" PAGE 9 A ? ws, Israel Watch Big Four ilks in Berlin; Seek Safeguards Continued from Pag 1 A L ny overall solution of the Gerl question. Uel seeks $500,000,000 in reItions from East Germany but [been given no opportunity by [communist authorities to preher claim. The Communists (violently denounced the West njn Government for having %  ed the agreement with Israel [world Jewish organizations unI which it undertook to pay reVions to the extent of $822.wish circles also hope for action by the conference to ice the Austrian Government fegotiate a settlement of Jewish ns against that country. The fmittee for Jewish Claims on Jtria. representing 22 major (jsh organizations, submitted an Jal to Secretary of State John jer Dulles British Foreign SecAnthony Eden and French tign Minister Georges Bidault •he eve ol the conference ask[interci'-'i"ii with the Austrian [ernment fur jction on the JewI he known sympathy of the rnments f>>r the Jewish ki i! inconceivable," [committee said, "that a settleII ol the \u-trian problem Id take place without adequate less ol the material wrongs inled upon Austrian Jewry dur[the Nazi period." It is therenecessary at this juncture," [memorandum pointed out, that 1 governmentof the United |es. Britain and France "secure nding commitment on the part Austria to settle without delay •claims of the surviving victims Nazi persecution." he negotiatoins between the |mittee and the Austrian Govnent were initiated June 17, rd is Guest Speaker weekly luncheon meeting of ni Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, be held on Tuesday, February 1215 pin at the National lei. Hon. Robert L. Floyd. Repfntative from Dade County, will fcuest speaker. 1953 and reached a deadlock last month as a result of Chancellor Raab's refusal to negotiate a settlement of heirless Jewish property until the signing of an Austrian peace treaty. Discussion of such settlement was actively on the agenda with the consent of Chancellor Raab and his Cabinet from the very outset of his talks last June. The memorandum recalled that almost nine years have elapsed since the end of the war, "yet the measures taken by the Austrian Government with the exception of loss for restitution of traceable individual property have remained utterly inadequate; on the other hand, the Austrian Government has not hesitated to initiate measures directed toward the moral and material rehabilitation of former active members of tjie Nazi Party." Exhibit Will Present Miami's Industrial Potential Proof that the Miami area economy is IKI i'il on tools as well as tourists will be offered at the Greater Miami Industrial Exposition at Dinner Key Auditorium on March 5th through 14th. according to H. H. Hyman, general chairman. The 306 booths will display a large part of the 10.000 items man ufactured in 1,400 plants in Dade County. The event drew 400,000 1 last year. Plans and specifications for the remaining 50 booths are available | to manufacturers at the exposition offices at Dinner Key. Leaders Named for Heart Sunday Drive; Warren Urges Supporot February 14th i\ Film to be Shown Jdventurc In Israel, with George el and hidaughter, is the title film In be shown at'the next lung ni the Ladies' Auxiliary |he Hiali ih Miami Springs JewCenter on Tuesday evening, Iruary 2nd, 8:30 p.m. New Athletic Court Being Built on Beach A new outdoor athletic court is now under construction at the Beach Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, 1536 Bay Road. According to Arthur Kipnis, physical education supervisor, the court will make possible a rapid expansion of athletic activities at the Center for youth and adults. Immediate plans for the use of the court call for a teen age basketball tournament under the lights during evening hours. Teams are now being formed from among the many teen age groups sponsored by the Center and from individual teen agers who express an interest in organizing a team. Mrs. Melvin S. Chuker, 1150 98th Street, Bay Harbor Island, has been appointed to a high post in the Heart campaign set for Sunday, February 4th, it was announc ed by Mrs. Albert Bernard, cochairman, as activities for Heart Month swung into high gear this week. Mrs. Chuker will be in charge of assignments for area chairmen, who will supervise the Heart Sunday door-to-door solicitation of funds throughout Greater Miami. Others named this week in the expanding volunteer organization were Mrs. Rosalind King. 1622 Michigan Avenue, and Mrs. Harold Lewen. 340 42nd Street, who will be in charge of hotel solicitation. Mrs. Bernard also announced appointment of the following area captains: Mrs. Sam Mufson, 4544 North Jefferson Avenue; Mrs. Marion Wallenstein, 260 Jefferson Avenue: Ruth Glassman, 833 Biscayne Street; Al Mandel, 9125 Bay Drive: Mrs. Harold Hirschfield, 9040 Bay Diive; Mrs. Irving Solomon, 9016 Carlyle Avenue: and Mrs. Joseph Speck, 10201 East Bay Harbor Di ive. More than 8.000 volunteers will canvass every block in Greater Miami during the Heart Sunday drive. Proceeds will be distributed among agencies performing heart research work in this area, including the Miami Heart Institute, National Children's Cardiac Home, Mount Sinai Hospital, University of MiLodge Meeting Tuesday Sunshine Rebekah Lodge No. 9 will hold its regular meeting on Tuesday, February 2nd, 8 p.m., at 25 Washington Avenue. Mrs. Charles Dernis will officiate. President of the Rebekah Assembly of Florida, Mrt. Nellie Raymond, will make her official visit to Sunshine Lodge during the meeting of February 16th. ami Medical School and Jackson Memorial Hospital. Former Governor Fuller Warren, general chairman of the campaign, this week urged housewives to give a few hours of their time on Heart Sunday to visit their neighbors and collect funds. "I'm gratified with the way folks are responding to our appeal," Warren said, "but we need more volunteer workers. An inaugural dinner for Heart Month will be held February 1st at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. Participating in the Heart Sunday campaign are the National Children's Cardiac Home, Miami Heart Institute and the Heart Association of Greater Miami. Italian Gardens Features Fine Food in Tropical Setting Italian Gardens, one of Greater Miami's smart restaurants, is famous for fine Italian foods, steaks, chops and chicken. Located at 7444 Biscayne Boulevard, Italian Gardens includes a tropical setting framed in a background of palm trees. The establishment is furnished with intimate and small tables, seating some 300 persons. Adjoining private rooms, available for clubs, civic and political organizations, as well as for lodge and fraternal meetings, weddings, anniversaries and birthday parties, seat an additional 75 guests. A bar, well-stocked with the choicest liquers, is available for the convenience of diners. Parking facilities are situated on the Italian Gardens premises for convenience. Child Cantor in Concert Prodigy Child Cantor Lazarke Berger will give a concert of liturgical melodies at the Downtown Synagogue on Sunday evening, 8 p.m. He will be accompanied by Jacob Spector. Group Meets Friday Dynamic Psychological Society of Greater Miami will meet Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Jack Miller, 1440 SW 31st Avenue. New Lodge to Meet Recently installed officers of Mount Sinai Rebekah Lodge No. 91 are the Mesdames Lilliam Hochfelsen. Noble Grand; Gloria Erenburg. Vice Grand; Lillian Robins, recording secretary; Helen Pilchick. financial secretary; and Sophie Gitlen. treasurer. The group will meet on Tuesday. February 2nd. 8 p.m.. at IOOF Hall. 215 NW 4th Street. Kiigore to Meet Herring in tteaeh Ten-Ronnd Tift Miami's 3illy Kilgore will battle Jimmy Herring, New York middleweight, Tuesday night, Febru !" 'id, at the Miami Beach Auditorium. in ins last start. Kilgore was impressive in a hotly contested 10rounder in which he won a verdict over French middleweight Mickey Laurent. Previously. Billy flattened King Soloman at the Bayfront Auditorium. Twenty two year old Herring was stopped by Joey Giambra in his last outing, although he out pointed the middleweight contender until he got tagged. Last year, Jimmy lost two scraps in eight starts. Giamhra took him. and he I lost a decision to Ralph (Tiger) I Jones, whom he had previously beaten. Herring launched his ring career in 1948. In 70 pro matches he has lost but 14. and owns 24 knockouts. JOIN THE ADL Film Library Listed in US Publication The Film Library of the Florida Regional Office. Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, is listed in the recent publication, A Directory Of 2,660 16mm Film Libraries, published by the US Department of Health. Education and Welfare, Office of Education, it has been announced by Gilbert J. Balkin, Florida ADL director. A variety of 16mm sound films on building good human relations and advancing democratic understanding are available to groups and organizations for showing .through the Florida ADL Office's •Film 1 tHrarv. Balkin said. \ L M ""' iff fun. S inai Women'. Auxiliary held it. annual member.hip tea and fa.hion .how at the Di Lido Hotel rnday. JJW^ !" "J Gb Sam Marx *** %  Crl Wetakle and Mr.. Murroy Shaw examining a member.lup poster a. ^ !" %*^j£* £2 m wo men for the function which featured fa-hionii from Goodman', of Lincoln Road. Center ^f^^S *£S regent, addling the Women'. Auxiliary. Mr.. Harold B. Spat president and Mr.. Jerome' ^"r'^Tpff LelS 1 r Mmg %  %  *• comin 9 y are (upper right) Mrs. Sam Blank, of ^^^^^Z^^an. Low£ f corresponding secretary; Mr." Ben Zion Gin-burg, publicity chainnan; and MrA on r ^3 ,a £ s3 and Mr.. tH m Hl Ver "I" *"l. • Mr.Jack Ablin. chairman of the Membenrfup C !" m ~ g M i*JSpae^ ^^ *^iHyma n of the Membership Committee. Signing Mr.. Leo Chaikin a. a membeijlc^verj^wj*!^^^^^^ Brailey.needs your help! We cordially invite you to join our county Odham-for-Governor organization. To learn how you can help, listen to: % %  AILIY'S CAMPAIGN MEETING on the air TUESDAY NITE FEB. 2 J % For stations, broadcast times and location, consult your daily newspaper ,' 3 hours on the air Pd.Mv.HM N> by trail** 0**n tar C***r**r





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KANUARY^W -Jmlsti fhrkHam PAGE 3 B ILOBAL SHORTS to Present Requests to I power Parley in Berlin Li AVIV iJTA)—World Jewish Saiions will present two £andu'"> to the Four Power Ling taking place at the end E, month mBerlin.it was an£ced here by Dr. Nahum Gold|n head <>i the Jewish Claims lerence. prior to his departure %  Israel. One memorandum will %  the attention of the Big PowHo the (act that they must asithe execution of the reparaI agreements between Germany Ithe Jew -i>h groups in the event t is a decision that Germany is unified The second memolum will deal with Jewish ns against Austria and will ask fcg Powers that they intervene |th* Austrian Government to J these claims. Plans to Reduce Payments to Israel h$ (JTAi— The West Ger[ Government will take advanof the escape clause in the jrations agreement with Israel lh permits the Germans to re| their payments to the equiva[of S60.OOO.ooo annually beginI with April 1st. this year, it 'learned from well informed jes. The agreement provided Eermanj might exercise the L ( if reducing payments from %  $74.0 00 unnually after ;i n was assumed that Krould l"' done only if Gerk trade position deteriorated. Jordan Envoy Meets with Dulles; Rejects Direct Talks WASHINGTON (J T A)—Jordanian Ambassador Abdul M. Rafai met here with Secretary of State John Foster Dulles and later told newsmen that Jordan has no intention of meeting with Israel under Article XII of the Israel Jordan armistice pact. R afai said that Jordan was "fully prepared to talk with Israel in preparatory talks (not under Article XII) to discuss the armistice agreement itself and clarify any ambiguity of the articles" of the armistice but is not prepared to go beyond that limit. Ben-Gurion Needles Leaders For Not Moving to Israel TEL AVIV (JTA>—Former Premier David Ben-Gurion. in an article in the Histadrut newspaper Davar, wrote that he knew of no single Jewish leader in the western countries who left his home and property to take up permanent settlement in Israel. The article was a continuation of the statement of his position, made in a letter to the recent plenary session of the Zionist Actions Committee, that Zionism requires that Zionists settle in Israel. ions Report Thousands of Slave in Soviet Camps RUN (JTAi—German prison^f war returning from the SoI'nion report they encounthousands of Jews from wiistria and other former Ruan territory now in Soviet s, the ant i Communist news ce Information Bureau West Is. The Boon supported news ce, which questioned German nees who had been in varl Soviet camps, says that the I are serving sentences of from 25 years. Tosses Vessel Lebanese Shore AVIV (JTA) —An Israeli ng vessel with 11 crewmen rd has been tossed aground on ILebanesc shore near Ras el pira after weathering a severe Israel has formerly deded the return of the ship and fmen, under the terms of an ement between the two naguaranteeing haven to each "s vessel., in emergencies. Leaut Monties released the and said the vessel would be ned as soon as the weather pits. Arab King Threatens Israel With Second Round of War NEW YORK (WNS>—If the Arab nations are to wipe out Israel, they must be prepared, if necessary, to sacrifice 10,000,000 of their combined total of 50,000,000 persons, the new King Saud of Saudi Arabia last week declared at his royal palace while receiving a visiting press delegation from Jordan, the New York Times reported^. The new Saudi Arabian monarcPVas quoted as having said that unless there is absolute unity of purpose among the Arab countries and leaders "we shall never put our feet on the path leading to the liberation of occupied Palestine." of the New York Post. Lyons related in his column, The Lyons Den, that while in Mexico City he found a local magazine featuring reprints from an ancient book rejected as a forgery years ago. Although Lyons did not mention the name of the book, he had in mind the Protocols Of Zion. Rap Congressional Delay i Lehman Visits Eisenhower; Seeks Change in Laws WASHINGTON (JTA)—Sen. Herbert H. Lehman last week called on President Eisenhower at the White House and asked the President's support of a non-partisan citizens' committee devoted to securing revision of the McCarran-Walter Immigration Act. Sen. Lehman pointed out to the President that he had noted the omission of the McCarran-Walter question from the State of the Union message. He expressed to the President the hope that this omission was not significant of a change in attitude. Zion Haters Hail Eisenhower Statement on Middle East WASHINGTON (W N S) — President Eisenhower, in his State of the Union message, made no reference to Jews, Zionism, Israel or the Arab SUtes, yet the American Council for Judaism found a sufficient'*t*aptiole in Ike's address to pour public vituperation upon American Zionists and Zionism. Utilizing as a springboard the President's assertion that "in the Middle East, where tensions and serious problems exist, we will show sympathetic and impartial friendship," the Council, through its president Lessing J. Rosenwald, sent a letter to the President reminding him in gratitude and appreciation for his statement that Zionism's and Zionists' partiality for one state in the Middle East "does not and cannot represent the viewpoint of all Americans of Jewish faith." Ford Urges Ignoring Protocols Of Zion in New York Column NEW YORK (WNS)—The "best way to insure against widespread publicity" for hat e-mongering books is to ignore them, Henry Ford II declared in a letter last week to columnist Leonard Lyons HANUfACTUKlO If Sunnif Shook £/mcwicAi/, 9nc 2180 N.W. 13th Av:, Miami, Ha. Ph one 9-0601 MADE FRESH DAILY IN MIAMI! Now — Distributors of NEWI STRICTLY KOSHER MOTHER'S PAREVE MARGARINE Of Hearings on Bill NEW YORK (WNS) — National and local Jewish organizations af-j filiated in the National Comma j nity Relations Advisory Council i last week protested vigorously-the. last-minute postponement of Senate Committee hearings on the Ives-Humphrey Fair Employment Bill. In a telegram to Senator Alexander Smith, chairman of the Senate Labor and Public Welfare Committee, the Jewish agencies called the postponement "tantamount to blocking floor action on this bipartisan measure in this Congress." American ORT Seeks $3,250,000 for Overseas NEW YORK (WNS)—The American Organization for Rehabilitation Through Training, ORT, announced here at the annual conference of its national Board of Directors that it was planning a program to teach industrial skills and to provide high school education to 17,000 youths overseas. Dr. William Haber, president of the American Ort Federation, reported t*at an absolute minimum of $3,250,000 would be required by the World ORT Union next yeac Austrian Government May Revise Claims Opposition VIENNA (JTA) —The Austrian Government was reported to have indicated some revision of its former positions which led to a breakdown of talks between the Austrian Government and Jewish organizations on Jewsh restitution claims. This revision, it was reported, may lead to resumption of negotiations on an altered basis. Chose Federal Savings presents i .>> %  MM CO.UNS AVINUI 75


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hnDAV. JANUARY 29, 1954 Jtenisf? ncrk/iam PAGE 3 A lefense of Nazis is Published; author Raps Nuremberg Trials Continued from Pas* 1 A This, lir i ,. subcommittee which invest] te d the McCarthy Van Roden ifi.r-'irejected them as false and Le'-u,Hid the motivation behind that was seen as a concerted atfm pt to Iree dangerous Narfs. Van kodrn and McCarthy not only Canted the Nazis freed but urged hat American legal officers be placed en trial. Van linden, through his capacity s a judge, helped Herbert GunIjier Sonthoff, a one-time member kf a Sturm Abteilung detachment. come an American citizen. This, Kespitc the fact that Sonthoff had [rritten. I do not intend to deny nv adherence to the German cause Later Van Dodeh endorsed a In-Nazi. anti-Jewish book. The [Time of Our Age, by Ludwig Fritsch He wrote: "I think it thould have a wide distribution, not only to the clergy, but to all Vmericans." A. O. Tittman, who lounded a successor organization to She German American Bund, gave Une book similar praise. Another endorser was A. J. App who suggested that President Eisenhower hanged as a war criminal. A heading of The Crime Of Our Age lindicatt'* that the writer felt the rorime" was that the Allies won Instead of the Nazis. This forerun[ner of Veale's Advance To Barbarism was circulated mostly in neo|Na:i circles, but the new book is aimed at a wider audience. Vealc defends Hermann Goering as :.n "anti-Communist," praises Ithe McCarthy investigation of the IMalmedy trials, praises Field MarIshall Albert Kesselring, a conIvicted war criminal, for having ['gallantly defended Italian soil" and hakind words for Von Mann [stein. Keitel, Doenitz, Paeder, PeItain and others. He likens the trial I of Hitlerites to the ordeal of Joan of Arc In keeping with consistency, he suggests that former President Roosevelt was motivated by [Jewish votes. Attacking the Morgenthau Plan | throughout the book, Veale goes back to the Old Testament for antiSemitic material. He cites the Book of Joshua, saying: 'There we read that the Hebrews, when they invaded the land of Canaan slew "both man and woman, young and Kahn Circle Slates Class Initiation Here The Shirley B. Kahn Circle No. 1714. ( ompanions of the Forest of America, will hold a class initiation on Thursday, February 4th, 8 P m. at the Alcazar Hotel. v preme officer Mrs. Alma C. Clark, financial secretary of New York, will preside, assisted by Suiticer, Mrs. Alberta Weeks, Sara-ota, Florida. The group's cover dish supper will be held Saturday, February 30 p.m., at the Alcazar Hoold, and ox and sheep. Veala describes as a "ghastly performance in which the holy men of Israel evidently took great pride." He mentions, too, what he calls the "effontcry" of the Prophet Samuel. The book contains justification For Nazi actions and Prussian militarism. It lauds Germany as a supposed barrier against Communism. A comparison is found between the Soviet counter-offensive of 19441945 and the invasion of Europe by barbarian hordes in the thirteenth century. An anti-American theme also prevails, with an allegation that "when the Americans entered the Harz district, execution was threatened in the ratio of 200 to 1 ." and with charges that the Americans tortured Germans. It is also charged that Germans were -put into "concentration camps" without cause by the Allies. In some instances, the United States is likened to the Soviet Union. Great Britain, the nation to which Veale presumably owes allegiance, is found more at fault than Nazi Germany. Area's Young Adults Move to Cooperate With Combined Appeal Campaign Here Martin I. Harwiti Washington Federal Holds Member Meeting Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association, 1244 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, held its annual members meeting, Wednesday, January 20th. Milton M. Gaynor, Michael Steckloff and George W. Hirsch were reelected for three-year terms, while Jack D. Gordon, Arthur H. Courshon. Ben Giller, Charles Silvers and Claude Pepper continue in their present capacity as directors. Jack R. Courshon was elected director for a term of two years, filling an existing vacancy. President Gordon, in his progress report to the members of Washington Federal, stated that the Association's assets increased 441 per cent in the year 1953. Gordon reported $5,282,978.67 in savings at year's end and over 4,000 active savings accounts. He called attention to the recent expansion of the Association officers, which are now increased by 50 per cent, and the addition of safe deposit boxes as an added facility. "We're most grateful for the fine community support which has made this spectacular growth possible," Gordon said. He added, "More and more, people are recognizing the necessity of building up their own cash reserves, and they know there is no safer place to keep their money and at the same time have it earn for them than in a savings institution such as this one." Martin Hurwiti Named A1A President Martin Richard Hurwitz was elected president of Miami AZA No. 322 at the group's regular meeting last week in the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Other officers named were Gerald Pinsky, vice president; Harvey Miller, secretary; Stanley Rose, treasurer; Joel Coopersmith, sergeant-at-arms; and Selig Goldin, pledge master. The newly elected president is a graduate and confirmand of Beth David Synagogue, a former officer of Beth David USY Group, member of the Basketball Team and past secretary of AZA No. 322. He is a junior at Miami Senior High School. The first activity of the new administration was a rush affair Saturday night at the Peninsular Institute. Guests at the function were Sidney Adler, attorney and chapter advisor, and Miss Marlene Duchon, chapter sweetheart. Filing Information Available, Republican Leader Says Wesley E. Garrison, Republican state committeeman, and Gray Brewer, chairman of the Dade County Republican Executive Committee, have all necessary papers and information for filing for office on the Republican ticket, at the office of Garrison, 2701 NW 6th Street, Suite 5, Miami, according to an announcement this week. Personnel will be in attendance from 9 to 5 each day to assist Republicans in filing for office and furnish requested information and the necessary filing forms as prescribed by law, Garrison said. Persons qualifying as candidates for Congress, the State Legislature and the ten Circuit Court Judges must file their papers with R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, in Tallahassee, by noon of February 1st. Greater Miami's young adults are ready to lend full cooperation in the 954 Combined Jewish Appeal. been announced iby Aaron Kanner. general campaign chairman. At an initial meeting last week, representatives of the area's major young adult groups pledged cooperation in this year's drive for funds to aid Israel and support welfare programs here. Assisting as coordinator of the Young Adults Division will be Herbert Soule, of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Tentative plans call for a community-wide dance and social to be held early in March, according to Soule. At the first meeting of the group, emphasis was placed on the growing importance of individual giving as distinct from group giving. The educational phase of the young adult groups will include the use of speakers, films and literature to tell the story of the many services to mankind supported by the Combined Jewish Appeal. Representing the Sharet Chapter of BBYW were Phyllis Gelbard, Sandy Silberman, Arline Imber and Sylda Botwin. The Clara Hirsch Landau Chapter was represented by Rhoda Granat and Isabel Pugatsky. Star Chapter was represented by Fran Grosswald and Bobby Greene. Bert Moss and Morton Erstling attended for the Young Adults League of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, and Mickie Doych represented the Young Adults Zionist District, Miami Chapter. Also present were Jack Dickson. of the Center Young Adults League, Town Branch, and Stan Abrahams of the North Shore Jewish Center Young Adults League. The Dance Committee met Thursday evening at the Town Branch to discuss plans for the social function. Reports were presented by Mrs. Gordon Marmorstein, Ruth Dixson, Stanley Abrahams and Phyllis Gelbard. The Young Adults Division will also include organization of University of Miami students within the fraternities and sororities, similar to previous years. Iota Alpha Phi Sorority was winner of the 27th CJA trophy last year for outstanding achievement in behalf of the campaign. Teachers Honor Rabbi Lehrman on Anniversary Religious School teachers of the Miami Beach Jewish Center recently paid tribute to Rabbi Irving Lehrman by presenting him with a silver Kiddush Cup in honor of his 10th anniversary as spiritual leader of the Center. David Freedman, senior staff member, made the presentation of the cup. Orr Name* Aides In Coming Race John B. Orr, Jr., announced this week he has qualified with the Secretary of State as a candidate for the state legislature and has named Philip E. Heckerling his campaign treasurer. Orr also named a campaign planning committee comprised of Joseph J. Orr, Alexander Orr, Jr., Robert Pentland, Jr., Claude Pepper. Dr. William F. Briggle, Max Friedson. Mrs. E. L. Thayer, Mrs. Frieda Rasscel and Sam Jennings. "More than 50 other persons have accepted appointments as campaign leaders and will be named to various posts as soon as we complete a chart of organization,'* Orr said. "During the next few weeks, I plan toehold a series of conferences with law enforcement and social agency representatives, municipal government leaders and others to map specific points in my general platform based on seeking fairer representation for Dade County." the candidate said. Three Congressional Medal of Honor wmnew Joj !" above at the Jewish War Veterans 58th annual Gold Medal Award Dinner at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York. They are (from left to ri gh) Ben Kaufman. JWV national ^ u ve *J* %  or: Captain Eddie Rickenbacker. World War I **JJJ chairman; and extreme right. Lieut. Gen. ame. H. ***>^ >*ro of 1942 carrier-benred Tokyo raid. JWV^d Com zander Harry T. Madison of Detroit -^ t ^J?KS£ '" as Kautmii presents JWV Medal of Merit to Gen. Doolitue I WANT MY MILK FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin TT MUk ~MUk Products" Deera Protects* TEL. 2-2**1 Greater Misml Delivery Ytott Osur Tmxm st IM tf IW M. MlMf Jewish National Fund council president Rabbi Moses Mescheloff presents a Tree Fund Certificate to Larry Nadler, 4th grade pupil of the Hebrew Academy. The certificate represents more than 1,100 trees planted by Academy pupils, netting the sum of $1800 in their 1953 JNF drive. Also shown are Mrs. J. Z. Stadlan, chairman of the Jewish National Fund School Campaign, and Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Academy. f RETURNING TO MIAMI BEACH 1 4 DAYS starting MONDAY Yiddish Vaudeville Scrooa Attraction Technicolor Kstfcrya •raysea "SO THIS IS 10VI" Sfnrrino MAX WILLNER Gront Comi"ion of the YIMItk Thtatrt "uLSTST CHANNA GR0SSBERG CITil STIlN PAULA IIMINSKY f*Ml etheri LEON SCHACHTft, Director IHVING PIITMCK and bis orchestra Of IN 1:45 P.M. Mat. 74c Inct. Tax Eva. SI.00 hxl. Tax WASH. AVI. AT IStfc ST. .CAMEO



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