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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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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Iliexwiislb-IEIIiDipidliiayn
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number 6
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 5. 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Jobeloff is New US Solicitor General:
Be Counsel to Rich Client
Inry w. levy
legraphic Agancy
Eisenhower has ap-
Don E. Sabeloff Solid
f the United States.
lion, he will be ceun-
richest and greatest
world, the United
nerica. He will be the
. representative in
before the Supreme
. lawyer all his life.
klolf will give distinc-
t that has been held
by many of the greatest lawyers
M this nation's history. But to re-
ceive acclaim as a lawyer will be
nothing new to him; he has
achieved that in many legal bat-
tles, both as a public servant and
as a private counsel.
At a large dinner given to him,
just prior to his assumption of
the Maryland Chief Judgeship.
the hosta satisfied lienttold
the story of how some 20 years
ago he was involved in some liti-
gation with the government in
which he was beaten by a young
Federal. District Attorney. Right
then and there, this businessman
decided that his new attorney,
once he came back to private
practice, would be Simon Sobel-
off.
A few years ago. before Balti-
more's Supreme Bench, the new
Solicitor General made one of his
infrequent appearances as a de-
fense attorney in a criminal case.
So skillfully did he handle the
case that one of the hard-boiled
court clerks was heard to say.
after Sobeloff finished his cross-
Continuad on Pag* 13 A
Will Call Egypt
tefore Security Council
Israel Foreign Ministry however,
wanted to see the Israel-Syrian is-
sue disposed of first by the Se-
curity Council. When the Soviet
veto of the three power resolution
affectively ended Council action on
this issue, Jerusalem moved at
once to seek redress on the com-
plaint against Egypt.
British Angered
larael was not alone in its diffi-
culties over the Egyptian blockade [
Angered members of Parliament
raised the issue of free passage of.
the Suez Canal this week in the
House of Commons and were
shocked to hear the admission of
Selwyn Lloyd. Minister of State,
that 40 British ships had either
been delayed or turned back and
their cargoes confiscated when
they sought passage through the
canal with cargo for Israel.
Mr. Lloyd, rejecting suggestions
that Britain raise the issue in di-
rect talks with Egyptian dictator
Gen. Mohammed Naguib, said it
was for all the maritime powers to
act in concert on this question. The
British government, he said, was
considering what international ac-
tion it should take in the matter.
There was no immediate con-
firmation of a report by the diplo-
matic correspondent of the London
Evening News that Britain. France
and the United States were to take
concerted measures in the Security
Council for action to compel Egypt
to cease the blockade and open the
Canal to all shipping.
US to Back Israel
The correspondent also reported
that Britain was seeking talks with
the United States on overall Mid-
dle East, ascribing some of Egypt's
intransigance to the belief in
Cairo that the United States was
not supporting Britain in the dis-
pute over the Canal Zone.
Ambassador Eban, who confer-
red with State Department officials
! \ 1'IONS (JTA) fa-
in- week to bring the
International authority
1 > pt for that coun-
l I violation of the se-
t n solution of Sep-
(i.ndemning Egypt's
pping of free passage
I..rial and its violation
Egyptiaa armistice
its blockade of Is-
pipping.
Abba S. Eban. act-
ions from Jerusalem,
Security Council this
|v "urgent considera-
Israel complaint
Leslie Knox Mun-
Zealand. February
the Council, was ex-
nmon the Council inv
li action had been
ral weeks as Egypt ex-
ockade measures at
i.il to apply not only
lial materials but also
[clothing and took ac-
pnt any ships destined
ill port of Eilat to pass
'.ult of Akaba. The
Jvlgt Slaea Saaafeff
. .."Ma* !< cithtn'
American Society:
-
Confirmed on Page 14 A
Form Group
Of Friends
For Israel
WASHINGTON (JTA) Election
of Gov.Theodore R. McKeldin of
Maryland as president of the new-
lyformed America-Israel Society,
and of E. Joseph Donohue as chair
man of its Board of Governors was
announced this week. The society
was organized at a founder's din-
ner at the Executive Mansion at
Annapolis.
Mr. Donohue. former president
of the Board of Commissioners of
the District of Columbia, will be
the active head of the society,
which will have national headquar-
ters in Washington. Election of the
two leaders was by a telegraphic
poll of the founders of the society,
who include national leaders in
fields of religion, politics, educa-
tion, literature and art, and bus-
Continued on Page 14 A
Shown discussing proposals which will merge the 70-year-old
Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society and United
Service For New Americans are (left to right* Walter H. Bier-
inger, of Boston, president of USNA; Edwin Rosenberg, who
led discussions on the proposed merger; and Ben Touster,
president of HIAS.
Agree to Merge Services
Of Migration Groups
NEW YORK (JTA) Agreement
for merger of the Hebrew Immi-
grant Aid Society (HIAS) and the
United Service for New Americans I
OJSNAl into a new organization to
be known as the United HIAS Serv-
ice, was announced here this week.'
The new organization will also take .
over the overseas migration serv-|
ices of the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee.
The development, one of the
most significant in American Jew-
ish organizational life in recent
years, was announced at a press
conference held at the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds. Edwin Rosenberg. New
York communal leader, who initi-
ated the merger discussions 16
months ago. revealed that the
Board of Directors of HIAS and
the Executive Committee of USNA
had unanimously accepted joint i
proposals by conferees of both or-
ganizations in conjunction with
representatives of JDC and the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women.
Unified Fund Raising
Actual technical details of the
merger remain to be worked out.
and Rosenberg disclosed that the
[ legal aspects of the merger are
i expected to be completed by next
| June. HIAS. 70-year-old immigra-
I tion service, covers its present
' budget of about $2,000,000 by con-
', tributions from its membership
: and by grants from welfare funds
: throughout the country The ap-
proximately $500,000 budget of
I USNA. the major resettlement
i agencv in the United States, and
:the estimated $1,500,000 budget of
the JDC's migration service are
covered by allocations from the
United Jewish Appeal.
For 1955. the new organization
will be expected to develop a uni-
fied plan of fund raising to cover
its budget Meanwhile, the agen-
cies will continue to be financed as
at pre>ent
Arthur Greenleigh. executive di-
rector of USNA. and Dr. Arthur T
Jacobs, executive director of HIAS.
have been directed to work out
the organizational and structural
problems of the new agency. The
unified agency will become oper-
ative. Rosenberg said, "when all
legal, procedural and operational
problems are worked out."
The agreement specifies that
HIAS and USNA. consolidate in the
new agency all their respective
functions and services including
Continued on Page 13 A
Ask for Reparations Promise
Shochet. publisher of
h Floridian, photo-
jut the door of a giant
isoceanic clipper im-
before taking off
York last week on
iding tour of larael.
NEW YORK (JTA) Extension
to Eastern Germany of Western
Germany's Jewish reparations
agreement and of all restitution
and indemnification laws now op
erative in Western Germany. WU
asked this week by the Conference
on Jewish Material Claims Against
Germany. .
Letters signed by Dr. Nahum
Goldmann. president ol the con-
ference, were delivered in Berlin
to John Foster Dulles. US Secre-
tary of State. Anthony Eden. Brit
ish Foreign Secretary, and Georges
Bidault. French Foreign Minister,
setting forth the Jewish claims
Tne conference, representing the
major Jewish organizations in the.
1 free world, negotiated jointly with
the Israel Government the $822.- j
000.000 reparations settlement with
1 the Federal German Republic
The letter listed the following
demands of the conference:
That all obligations undertaken
by the West German Government:
to redress wrongs committed un-
der the Nazis shall remain in ef-1
feet until fully discharged. Th
obligations hate been defined in a
series of international document!
which include an agreement be-
tween the State of Israel and West
Germany, and between the Confer-
ence on Jewish Material Claims
Against Germany and West Ger-
many, signed in Luxemberg Sep-
tember 10. 1952.
That the agreement between the
\V,-t German Government, the
State of Israel, and the Conference
on Jewish Material Claims Against!
Germany should cover both the
West and East zones. This would
necessitate financial adjustment,
because the $822,000,000 settle
ment involves the financial obli-
gation of Western Germany alone.:
Extension to the Soviet-control-
led zone of Germany of all legisla-
tive measures to indemnify andj
compensate Hitler's victims now in
Continued on Page 13 A
UN Suggests
Minority Study
Be Undertaken
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)The
: Subccmmission on Prevention of
; Discrimination and Protection of
Minorities adopted a three-part
resolution this week recommending
a study of the present position of
i minorities throughout the world
and also recommending that facts
concerning minorities be included
in two separate proposed studies
on discrimination in the fields of
education and employment.
Part A of the resolution requests
the Commission on Human Rights
to recommend to the Economic and
Social Council the appointment of
an expert to carry out a "selective'"
study giving an account of the posi-
tion ol "every minority in need of
special protection measures," in-
cluding a description of the present
measures in force.
Part B of the resolution requests
the rapporteur on discrimination
in education "to report on any
facts that may come to his atten-
tion relevant to the question of the
general trend and development of
legislation and practices with re-
gard to the teaching of minorities
languages, the teaching of the cul-
tural heritage of minorities in gen-
eral, and the teaching in minority
Continued on Page 14 A


*:
PAGE 2 A
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Rabbi Miller to be Principal Speaker at
GM Rally Honoring Mrs. Roosevelt Here
Rabbi Irving Miller, president of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica and one of the country's best-
known Jewish leaders, will be prin-
cipal speaker at the General Mobil-
ization rally of the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal on Thursday, February
18th.
Rabbi Millet will share the plat-
form with Mrs Eleanor Roosevelt
to help launch the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal throughout Dade Coun-
ty at the kickoff meeting in the I)i
Lido Hotel.
Campaign chairman Aaron M.
Kanner has announced that Rabbi
Miller will describe his recent trip
to Israel where he participated in
important discussions with Israel's
top leadership. In their confer-
ences, they appraised the young
nation's immediate problems in the
fields of housing, border tensions
and relief and medical programs
ior the thousands of newcomers to
the infant democracy.
Dignitaries from the Greater Mi-
ami area in the fields of govern-
ment, religion, welfare and educa-
tion will act as a reception com-
mittee to welcome Rabbi Miller
and Mrs. Roosevelt and to express
the community's appreciation for
their unselfish devotion to the
emergent needs of the 1954 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
Nine area chairmen will direct
the mass solicitation activities I
throughout the county commencing j
February 18th. Named to these!
major positions in t h e "biggest
neighborhood drive in the C.I A his-
tory" are Mrs. Irene Becker and
Mrs. William Kneapler. co-chair-
men, Hialeah; Stanley c. Myers,
i oral Gables; Irving Lax. Flagler-
Granada: Mrs Fred Blank, North
Dade: Louis Wallace a n d Jacob
Rabbi Irving Miller
Plitt, co-chairmen, North Miami!
Beach: George Chcrtkof. Miami;
George J. Talianoff. Miami Beach;
Sidney Peckett, South Miami-Home
Stead; and Nelson S Chaplin. West
Miami.
The area chairmen have been
hard at work during the past few
Hebrew School
Slates Siyum
Hatorah Here
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation will hold a Siyum Ha-
torah on Sunday evening. February
7th. at 7 p.m.
Rabbi Simon April, spiritua
leader and president of the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association, will
officiate, assisted by Cantor Berele
Kelemer.
H. M. Drewich. president, will
?ive the welcoming address. Also
participating will be Dr. Jacob II.
Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus of Temple
Israel, and Judge Norman R. Ly-
ons. A reception will follow.
Chairmen of the committee in
charge of arrangements are Samuel
Herman and Samuel D. Winn, as-
sisted by Adolph Feldman. Jacob
Raubfoge), Samuel Reinhard and
Alex Stahl. Mrs. Benjamin Sokoloff
is chairman of refreshments.
weeks setting up their volunteer
solicitation units. They have asked
men and women to come forth
and offer their services in the
General Mobilization division in
oroer to reach the many thousand-,
of new ,lewi>h residents who have
c- ahlisbed their homes here since
last year's campaign.
Kabbi Miller is a noted pulpit
and radio speaker, appearing fre-
quently on such nationwide pro-
grams as ABC networks' Message
Of Israel At present, he is the
spiritual leader of the Congrega-
tion Sons of Israel, Wiiodmcre.
rnew York.
L'pon the death in 1949 of Rabbi
Stephen S. Wise, founder and first
president of the American Jewish
Congress, Rabbi Miller was the
unanimous choice ot Congress
members as h s successor. He was
a delegate to the founding session
of the Worid Jewish Congress and
is a member of its executive cum
mittee.
During World War II. liahbi Mil-
ler earned an international reputa
tion as secretary-general of the
World Jewish Congress, undertak-
ing many important missions on be-
half of European Jewr> threatened
by Nazism
One ot the nation's foremost ora-
tors and welfare leaders. Kabbi
Miller is a member of the National
Campaign Cabinet of the United
Jewish Appeal and I vice presides
of the United Jewish Appeal ol
Greater New York. He is also a
member ol the national executive
committee oi the United Israel Ap-
peal.
For many year- an eloquent and
dedicated champion ol the Zionist
ideal, Rabbi Miller was elected to
t h e Actions Committee ol the
World Zioni^i Organization at the
; Zionist Congress in 1930 and
i, elected in lMti.
GM Division leaden will shortlj
announce Hu openinj ol several
area campaign headquarters, man-
ned b> volunteer workers, from
v inch stream lined campaigns will
be conducted covering their speci-
fic neighborhoods. "In this waj
each and every Jewish family will
have an opportunity to participate
in their particular neighborhood
campaign. explained Kanner
"However, if a solicitor is unable
(0 reach you. please cooperate by
making your pledge without being
asked, becaiist thousands in .iced
around the world depend upon it."
Kanner urged.
There will be n 0 admission
charge to the community rally at
the I)i Lido Hotel, but tickets, ob-
tainable at the Federation offices,
will be required.
Reinhard, Waldman
Named Co-Chairmen
Of Yeshiva Dinner
Joseph Waldman, local hotel
owner and nationally known relig-
ious leader, has been named co-
chairman of the Yeshiva Torah Vo-
daath dinner scheduled for March
7th. at the Victor Hotel.
Samuel Reinhard, chairman of
the dinner which will be a testi-
monial in honor of David Levinson,
said In announcing the appoint-
ment. Kabbi Waldman has been
loni associated with Torah Vo-
daath, I Theological Seminary of
some 1.500 students coming from
more than 22 countries "
In accepting the co-chairman-
slnp. Rabbi Waldman stated. "To-
rah Vodaath has been in existence
tor over 40 years and has gradu-
ated more than 200 Rabbis now
occupying important pulpits
throughout the country. This In-
stitution deserves the support of
every traditional Jew in our com-
munity who is concerned with the
survival of our people."
Rabbi P. Briskman. Professor of
Talmud at Torah Vodaath. added
that "in addition to the four build-
ings comprising the Seminary. To-
rah Vodaath also maintains a camp
in Ferndale. New York, a school of
high learning in Spring Valley and
a home for Yemenite children in
Jerusalem."
FRIDAY. FERRira^.
NO SALT
but what f/avoJ
Foreign Language Week
Marked at University
The Bureau of Jewish Education
is joining with the University of
Miami in celebrating a week ot
promotion of foreign languages at
the University entitled, America
Awakens To Foreign Language
Needs.
On Wednesday. February 17th. at
7 p.m.. a panel discussion will be
held in the reading room below
Beaumont Lecture Hall. The panel-
ists consisting of Herbert Berger,
Dr. Joseph Hurwitz and Louis Sch
wartzman will discuss: Why Teach
Hebrew. The panel will be supple-
mented with a special film showing
of A Culture Reborn.
Dr. Berjhold Fried! is chairman
of Foreign Language Week. The
Panid on February 17th is open to
the general public
Meeting in Memory
Of Dr. Marx is Held
NEW YORK A meeting in
memory of the late Professor Alex-
ander Marx. Director of Libraries
and Jacob H. Schift. Professor of
History at the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, was held at
the Seminary Monday, it was an-
nounced by Dr. Louis L. Finkel-
stein. Chancellor of the Seminary.
Participating in the meeting to
honor the world-famous scholar
who died December 26. 1953 were
Dr. Salo W. Baron. Professor of
Jewish History. Literature and In-
stitutions and Director of the Cen-
ter of Israeli Studies at Columbia
I Diversity; Dr Mordecai M. Kap-
lan, Professor of Philosophies of
Religion at the Seminary; Dr. Si-
mon Greenberg. Vice Chancellor of
the Seminary; and Dr. Finkelstcin
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5AY, FEBRUARY^,
1954
ene Francis, Mrs. Brailove to be
ests at CJA Sponsors' Tea Here
Lnlar TV star Arlene Francis
J ^bined Jewish Appeal
"^sTeaon Wedneaday. **
,0th. 1:30 p.m.. il has been
nccd m Women's Division of-
+Je*lst fhrktian
PAGE 3 A
third major fund raising
.,, ffil| be held at the home
" Robert Gould, 5005 Collins
Rlf Miami Beach, ana MI he
Inded by more than 120 pr
Lrini! program honors with the
KS actress will be Mrs. S.
aider Krai love, former chair-
, of the National Women's Di-
Lnn(th< United Jewish Appeal.
Jwill deliver the principal ad-
L of the afternoon. Prominent
fare leader. Mrs. Hal Home,
also participate in the pro-
Jack A. Ablin and Mrs. Irv-
Mrs. S. Alexander Brpitove
successful' plays including, The
Women, The French Touch and
just recently in Late Love.
Miss Francis played in the Holly-
wood film. All My Sons, and has
been a regular member of the pan-
el on the TV show, What's My
Line.
Mrs. Brailove recently returned
from a four-week fact-finding mis-
'"i to Israel and North Africa.
I Jerome Rubinowitz
Gets Scouting Award
Jerome Kubinowitz, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz, 516 -
15th Street, Miami Beach, received
the Nor Tamid Award last Monday
during special ceremonies held at
Lummus Park Auditorium.
Presentation in behalf of the Na-
tional Jewish Committee on Scout-
ins was made by Rabbi Alexander
S. Gross, principal of the Hebrew
Academy, the school which Jerome
attended and from which he was
graduated with high honors,
Jerome, a sophomore at Miami
Beach Senior High School and a
student of the High School Depart-
ment of the Academy, is Patrol
Leader of Troop 45 which meets at
Temple Beth Sholom.
The Ner Tamid Award, the high-
est honor given to -Scouts of the
Hebrew faith after having attained
and successfully passed certain
civic and religious requirements,
was the first given to a Miami
Beach Scout and the fifth in the
entire State of Florida.
Some of the dignitaries present
at the ceremonies were Buddy
Aaronson, Jerome's Scout Master,
Dr. Al Coopersmith, head of Ad-
vancement Board, and William
Kraus, newly elected commissioner
of the Miami Beach District.
Ner Tamid Award, Scouting's highest religious citation, is pre-
sented to Jerome Rubinowitz by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
principal of the Hebrew Academy. Also pictured are Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz, Jerome's parents.
Seeks Evidence of
She led a delegation of six women | Auschwitz Killings
Miss Fay Cotter is currently
seeking to establish contact with
Miami residents who were confined
on an intensive inspection tour of
the villages, settlements and homes
in Israel.
Miss Arlene Francis
Lehrman. co-chairmen of the
,1 CJA Women's Division, have
ounccd that a committee of six
be in charge of the Sponsors'
The group mcludes~the Mes-
es Aaron Faar, Leo Chaikin,
s E. Goldman, Frances C. Mil-
Samuel Lipton and John N.
in.
rlene Francis made her the-
Rcal debut in Orson Welles' pro-
is and was a member of his
us Mercury Company. She has
ared on Broadway in many
iami Chamber
t Commerce to
pporl Cxhibit
ie Miami Chamber of Com-
rce will actively support the
annual Greater Miami Indus-
Exposition, scheduled for
ner Key Auditorium March 5th
ough 14th. and will encourage
nufaetunng members to partici-
*. Fred Canel, Chamber general
ager, announced after a meet-
with exposition directors.
se of the exposition, which
|w 400.000 visitors last year, is
increase sales of Greater Miami-
de products in this area, to in-
" new industries to build plants
and to give residents and
ton an opportunity to make a
*rip comparison of Miami-made
octs, particularly those with
tropical appeal.
Exhibits will be restricted to
whose principal plant is in
Greater Miami area. A screen-
committee has already-turned
own several applications from
pneerns which do not qualify, ac-
fhnR to ||. H. Hyman, general
"airman.
She interviewed officials and
women leaders there and also stud-
ied conditions of Jewish-communi-
ties in Casablanca and other cities
in Morocco, where Combined Jew-
ish Appeal funds have helped to
establish clinics for the cure of
trachoma and other crippling di-
seases.
Mrs. Brailove was chairman for
three years of the National Worn-
ens' Division of UJA, heading the
largest voluntary fund-raising
group of women in the world.
Assisting the Sponsors' Tea Com-
mittee will be the Mesdames Max
Boderman, Harry Cohen, Jack J.
Falk, Ben Zion Ginsburg, George
Goldberg, Anna Wolf Hirschman.
Prieda Kalstein, Bert S. Klee, Ben-
jamin G. Kline, David Koch, Alex-
ander Kogan, David Levinson, Jos-
eph M. Lipton. Matilda H. Ratner,
Samuel Ritter, Charles Rosengar-
ten, Samuel Z. Sakrais, Arnold
Seeder, Oscar S. Sindell. Milton
Sirkin, Harold B. Spaet, Carl Suss-
kind, Mortimer E. Wien and Jos-
eph Williamson. _____
Name Key Officials
In Fascell Campaign
A joint social meeting of the af- j A Miami Beach auto dealer i<
filiate organizations of the Miami aD1ong the key officials appointed
Beach Jewish Center will take|by state R Dante Fascell to
place on Tuesday evening, Febru-1 r.
ary 9th, 8:15 p.m., in the Center spearhead his campaign for Demo-
Beach Center Affiliate
Groups to Meet Tuesday
in Auschwitz or its neighboring
concentration camps during the
war.
Her father is. now in Germany
seeking to file, a restitution claim
for the death of his brothers, Myer
and Herschel Cukrowski, and their
families at the camps.
Evidence is needed to support
the claim, Miss Cukier explained
here this week through the Nation-
al Council of Jewish Women, the
organization which aids persons
filing for restitution.
Miss Cukier is at 1120 Collins
Avenue. She may be reached at
5-5518.
Member Party is Due
Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will hold a member-
ship drive party at the home of
Mrs. David Alper, president, 1715
Calais Drive, on Monday, February
8th, 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Abraham
Swartz is chairman of Arrange-
ments with Mrs. Helen Sanders in
charge of membership.
cratic nomination as Representa
tive to Congress.
Leo Adeeb, Beach businessman
and civic leader, will act as co-
chairman with attorney George Sal-
ley on Fascell's campaign finance
Parent committee.
Other important posts announced
M^!l ..M"tno?irkin:.Sr.?;?.r_a:. b>' Fascell include campaign chair
men, to be filled by John B. Fryk
man, Miami advertising executive
while Clyde Taylor, former South
ern Bell Telephone Co. office man
ager, will act as executive director
The announcement of appoint
ments coincided with the formal
opening of Fascell's campaign
headquarters at 1692 Coral Way,
the same headquarters used by the
patio.
Scheduled to begin with a short
business meeting, greetings will be
extended by Rabbi Irving Lehrman
and by the affiliate presidents:'
Mrs Joseph A. Berman, Sisterhood:
Irving Cypen, Men's Club; and
Mrs. Benjamin Greene,
Teacher Association.
Mrs. Milton Sirkir
chairman for Sisterhood, will give
a biographical sketch of the high-
lights in the life of Moshe Kusevit-
sky who will be presented in con-
cert by the Sisterhood on February
17th in the Center for the benefit
of the Religious School.
Lee in Talk Friday
Charles Henry Lee, lecturer and
educator, will be guest speaker at
the Friends of the Seven Lively
Arts on Friday, February 5th, 8:30
p.m., at 2100 Washington Ave. Lee,
former associate of Dr. Harlow
Shapley, Harvard Dean of Asto-
nomy, will talk on: The Jew-fn Art
And Music. Chaim Rose is director
candidate in 1950 when he was
elected to the state legislature for
the first time.
To Form PTA Here
Monticello Park Congregation
will meet on Monday evening, Feb-
ruary 8th, at 8:30 p.m. Purpose of j
the meeting is to organize a Parent- gin is recording secretary of Dov
Teacher Association of the Sunday Chapter. Proceeds are for the Chil
School. dren's Village and Farm in Israel.
Mrs. Indgin to be Feted
Mrs. Rose Pertes, president of
Dov Chapter, Mizrachi Women, this
week announced a luncheon in hon-
or of Mrs. Goldie Indgin to be held
at the home of Mrs. William Clein
1860 SW 4th Street, on Tuesday
February 9th, 12 noon. Mrs. Ind
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By LEO MINDLIN
< oillusion ll The desire lor peace among all of us is
strong, and for that reason we have undoubted-
ly been laying too much hope on the Big Four
meeting now taking place in divided Berlin.
Most of us, however, could have predicted the
course of events at the meeting if we were ask-
ed to a month ago. On the eve of the confer-
ence, we reserved our judgments, the desire for
peace seizing the better part of our souls; now,
as our silent prophecies appear to come true,
we unseal our hearts and speak out.
The Soviets have again been the stumbling
block to unity and understanding. On the one
hand, V. M. Molotov, speaking for Moscow,
fans the "traditional" French hatred for Ger-
many by offering Foreign Minister Georges Bi-
dault a separate arrangement between his gov-
ernment and Paris. Lashing out against the
European Defense Community, he tells M. Bi-
dault that France should never agree to West
German forces in the EDC. At the same time,
he fawns on the favor of French Communists
by telling them to reject the EDC completely as
a principle source of trouble between East and
West.
On another front, Molotov expresses willing-
ness to work toward a unified Germany but
won't agree to free elections there and insists
upon starting with a new German government
including a fifty percent Communist represen-
tation. To the East German puppet regime he
has meanwhile fed a bone of hatred. Red lead-
ers Tuesday, as part of their suggested program
for unification, demanded the scrapping of the
S822,000,000 reparations agreement between
Bonn and Israel.
Thus, in a flurry of conflicting stands, none
of which can be intelligently related to any oth-
er, Molotov has until now succeeded in con-
tinuing the only relationship Soviet leaders
know the relationship of disjointed parts to
the larger cause of confusion behind which
they function for Communist ends.
III AS to Mcrgo
News about the Hebrew Immigrant Aid So-
ciety this week must strike a nostalgic note in
the hearts of just about every Jewish family
throughout our nation. Announcement has
been made of the agreement to merge HIAS
and the United Service for New Americans.
The 70-year-old immigration service did a
phenomenal job at the turn of the century when
Jews from Near Eastern Europe were arriving
here en masse to seek the political and religious
freedom they had never known before. And
HIAS continued performing its necessary work
during the following years, experiencing what
was perhaps its most heart-rending period of
service when World War II fell upon the conti-
nent as an aftermath to the German bloodbath
directed against Jews of the Third Reich.
USNA is a more "modern" organization in
the sense that it joined the forces of aids for the
immigrant only during the last decade. As the
nation's major resettlement agency, the United
Service for New Americans has made its work
known as a result of its splendid programs and
professional enthusiasms.
It seems to us that announcement of the mer-
ger marks a definite milestone in the activities
of these two groups. It is clear that a more fully
consolidated regimen of service will be the out-
growth. But we will continue to remember the
old HIAS as that orqanization which brought
so many Jewish families together here during
the early years of this century and which gave
spiritual and physical aid to the new immigrant
on the Occasion of his most trying moment__
arrival in a new land and the desire for citizen-
ship.
They Move liit The Russian veto in the Security Council of
a Big Power decision to give UN truce chief
Vagn Bennike the right to arbitrate in the Syr-
ian dispute has been interpreted by Israeli
editorial opinion as a green light to resume ac-
tivity on the recently interrupted hydroelectric
project.
The Jewish State's journalists and govern-
ment spokesmen this week indicated that Is-
rael's original move to halt work on the project
was never meant to be anything more than
temporary and that it had been made out of
respect for the United Nations request not as
a result of Arab intimidation. They have also
been reminding world opinion that the UN re-
quest was predicated upon the organization's
desire to arrive at a workable solution with re-
spect to Syria's objection to the project.
It seems to us that the Israelis are right in
looking upon the Security Council's failure to
come up with such a solution as a "pocket
veto" and that they can now move ahead with
their electrification program. But we find it par-
ticularly admirable that the Israel Government
has not acted hastily in this regard that it
has been determined to function in accordance
with the Big Power decision despite Russia's
blocking tactics.
The Jewish State seems ready to count on
Vagn Bennike's sense of justice, and it appears
that activities in the demilitarized zone may
soon be resumed.
The IKritisli Ar SImm k,-|
It is certainly strange these days to find the I
British government on the side of Israel in any
K ru .""f discussion. But Ambassador
Abba Eban s decision this week again to brinq '
up the question of Egyptian violations in the
Suez Canal area has elicited strong support
from London spokesmen.
As we see it, this inconsistency on the part
of their Foreign Office places the British in\he
most impossible sort of situation. Israel's ob-
SnaTn LE|yp,'an V,la,i0ns a<3a< ship-
ping m he Suez area .s only one part of a lar-
ger conHtct In which the Arab League ,s now
ffiSnSS? '^ l6W1Sh S'ale ^
bpBrrJ!SS 0bi!C",0n l EgyP;ian violations must
be made ,n the face of London's obvious ao
proval of the Arab League role. Angered MP^s
this week raised the issue of free oassanJTJjYk
erg conl^aled in Ihe conaU d "
ABOUT THIRTY YEARS BACK. IT was fashionable for r,
prominent in Jewish "culture" to bear proudly their chalice {V*"
series of rejections. They had rejected a European societj which wl
not accept them, they had rejected the principle that they mUs, l***
political and economic scapegoat of communal maladjustment tkZ
had rejected the notion that they could never hope to be the equal!I
their non-Jewish neia&bora, and they had thus torn from themJiv
hackles binding for two thousand years their right to self-detentX
tion.
Migrating to America, they, along with their many |ess ^
confreres, gloated in an tc.-tacy of newfound freedom. Apparently ik!
Hill of Rights made them heady. They could not stop the uncontro'liahl!
pattern of reliction begun so laboriously somewhere back at the turnd
the 19th century With a flourish hardly characteristic of their intem I
gence and more reminiscent of naive chauvanism. they announced u
all who would listen that they would henceforth be unshackled bv t"l
Jewish culture and tradition that had brought them so low in Euro,
after 1,900 years of suffering. A free world demanded free thought]
which Judaism could find no place.
Readers of the numerous Yiddish newspapers and journals
years ago in New York City, a major haven for these "liberated" (SI
ers, will easily recall the many articles written to denounce the Hebrei
school, Bible study and activity of any kind geared toward transplant*
traditional Judaism hero from the fallow soil of the Kumnean
nent Many of these thinkers are still well known in literary cin.
but nnt of them have changed their colors. A second world war:
the Nail holocausl have taught them that racist philosophy finds lib
turn of any sort utterly repugnantespecially that sort of liberatia
which i- a dr-t step to disassociation from the Jewish community,
But it -(ems to me that hardly is this problem over and hardljj
are these one time enemies returned to the fold when a new problenj
besets us which, in its implications, indicates that little progress hail
been made since the time when the Jewish "intellectual" rejected ever*
thing including himself.
THE AMERICAN COUNCIL FOR JUDAISM is a case in point. 1
i- a group which rejects the notion that the Jew has a common he
and which by now vulgarly disavows its identification with the
State nl I-rael one ol its spiritual leaders is Rabbi Elmer Berger.
is the man who childishly played into the hands of the Joseph Va
Kamps and other hatetnon/ers who had hoped to stampede the Repaid
can national convention in July, 1952. when he distributed anti-bniW
literature on the iloor of the Chicago amphitheatre. Tin- i- the mat
who is now identified with Dorothy Thompson's group. Friends of ta|
Middle East, an organisation whose Washington lobby staunchly saf|
ports Arab policy in the Near East Rabbi Berger will -omeday N
himself as completely alone as did those writers in Jewish newspaper)
and journals at the turn of the century; he will find hi- position jm \
as untenable. Forewarning of that very time is already at hand.
Last week, the Dorothy Thompson outfit held its second annul |
convention in New York. They had gathered at a most opportune as-
ment in view of the fact that Maryland Governor Theodore R McKeWinj
only a few days before announced in the press creation of the net I
America-Israel Society. With their work cut out for them, the Friends
were prepared to launch their by now common answer to all organised]
activity showing favor to the Jewish State. Leasing Rosenwald. Council
president, had already informed the entire Administration, from PresH
dent Eisenhower down through Assistant Secretary of State Henry A. J
Byroade. that Americans of "Jewish persuasion" hoped our government I
would act according to its best interests in the Near East without reganl I
to "mass pressure groups" of any sort. Blind to the tactics of his wif
organization and of the lobby pressures of the Friends, he restated th-l
threadbare principle: American Jews cannot be respectable citizens ani-|
Zionists at the same time.
But the exhuberance marking the opening of the convention, del
spite the small attendance, was rapidly squelched. Commonweal.!
Roman Catholic lay publication, sent its editor, John Cogley. to express]
the magazine's traditional support of the Friends' anti I-rael policy-
Instead, Cogley denounced Ibn Saud for his recent statement regarding
Saudi Arabia's readiness to sacrifice ten million subjects in a war I
against the Jewish State. An AP dispatch this week quotes the Common-1
weal editor as calling upon Arabs and Jews "to bury the past and begin T
anew with the present."
The second shock of the convention came when Assistant Secretary |
of State Byroade failed to show up as scheduled. Instead, top Adminis-
tration maneuvering substituted Eric Johnston, the Presidents envoytt.J
the Middle Fast a few months ago. Mr. Johnston minced no words
Failing to beat the drums of pro-Arab policy and thus reflecting*
evolution of White House thought on the matter during the past year,
he attacked the Friends, reminding them that as American citizens tW
must be concerned with the welfare of all peoples of the Middle East
Hinting that a solution to the Arab-Israel problem must be hammered
out on a forge of a philosophy free from preconceived notions, r.
Johnston virtually reprimanded the Friends of the Middle Fast as an
organization whose purpose it is to advance differences, trade upon
prejudices and undermine confidence.

A HIGHLIGHT OF THIS CONVENTION WAS when Carlind M
Hopkins, executive vice president of the FritJids. called upon ( hristiani
and Moslems "to unite," politely reminding his audience that unles.
Aral, bloc nations are satisfied by our government they would turn"
" Soviet and to Communism. ,
It must be remembered that Rabbi Berger. as representative oft* j
American Council for Judaism, sat through these proceedings I
not help wondering how even the most -liberated" Jew could M*
with any degree of satisfaction to Garland Hopkins' call for unity ***
. kk d"S an Rabbi Berger is ln the pathetic situation where he presumes to be e
hat disassoaiation from Jewish tradition can make him more paltw
L* 1..P.,'",".ly hl*.,ed rn-'Bhbor. This, too, was the case with the YJ
Perhaps w
rlith I i """-" "riKlinui I HIS. UH
K"rJ"Urn;', sU"rUi alu'r ,h<- "rn of the century, r-.-j
uJu, "UKht l" do some research read I*- --------'* "f ,1w
11,00 and Sloan a'profitable lesson.
these iconoclasts of
foJ- HE,BREW ACADEMY HELD ITS annual dinner a. the Di^jj
several u,...l. _____ ''ren tnetf -'
.jhness M
pwTk S reminded of my own days as a youth "'
lanL^ L"nd a" fhe "Periment and all the adventure o
he .".h "VL ww idMS Pronounced upon the rtill-child s long*
he others, the program was one which will remain with me for*
----- ""mi ntLO iis annual ui< .., un-
-.several weeks ago. The memory of young children tht'r
iih m cCes ,n song' ,h,!'r enthusiasm and their freshness e


1frf,vjTBFUAnY 5. 1954
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Ian Bart to Entertain at Testimonial;
arres G. McDonald is Speaker
,........."f Miami Bonch
',; ..,,,! the three opera-
f"1;1 H.lelat a .,-
I i dinner in 'heir honor on
fe1 7th, 6:30 p.m.. in
'; ,m ol the Hotel.
'\. o!,! Shapiro will at-
I '. the fr. -eMafion to
hvc'i '''',r'l'< ,'"ffll'fl1^
Li, K.' n for thPlf e^mmunrly
ferric : rfforts in Pn"""'";"
I ,,,. m Miami Beach.
lelman B. I. Binder is
I charge of the commit-
Cbci i,lc' ,rio for thcif de"
loteil I-r''ieI-
,n it, id. ;. special plaque
I he occasion will'be pre-
irioby .lames G McDon-
fed this country's first Ambassador
I,, |-n : mcl presently a member of
i i Governor! of the
| el Bond Organization.
C,,.,, tions to the event may be
ing committee head-
L..,:, ,7 or sisiting 1622 Col-
in. \ Miami Beach. Binder
I ervationi be made at
[ moment "bammi.....>'
I."
All esti and representa-
"1
Ion Sort
pves ci\ii community and bus-
lint.ss associations are expected to
|participjte in the event.
The well known singer and en-
Itainer. Jan Bart, will be present
land entertain guests. David R.
Il'chil! pr minent Denver business
executive and leader in Jewish
I activities, will be one of
[the principal guests.
L'chill member of the Board j
"' Govi : df the American Fi-1
I Development Corpora-
[ion i ; rael, has gained wide
lion for his tireless efforts
I'M l hall of the new State.
group of 27 leading fig-
lures in American life who made an
inspection trip through European
UUsplac.d persons' camps in 1947,
'urned to this country de-
devote himself to the
of the Jewish victims of ty-
[ rann) and oppression.
I; ting his important busi-
ness int< rests to a secondary posi-
tion he tlung himself into the task
w organizing practical support in
'hi- country for the state of Is-
rael, B.nder explained.
Siyum Hatorah
At Tifereth Israel
A Siyum Hatorah will take place
j Tifereth Israel Northsfde Cen-
ter, 6500 North Miami Avenue, on
aunday, Kebruary 7th. 8:30 p.m.
The new Scroll is being donated
y N. Jay Kincke, Mr. and Mrs.
Aaron Lerner and Mr. and Mrs.
J Berke, in memory of their
Parents, Abraham apd Guasie
rincke. and sister, Betty F. Krom-
berg.
Participating in the ceremonies
on Sunday will be Rabbi Louis A.
*l. spiritual leader. Rabbi Hen
r> Okohca, of the North Dade Jew-
's" Center, and Cantor Albert
dantz who will render vocal selec-
tions
Jack Berke, president of the Cen-
" ar"'<>ne of the donors, will pre
nt the Scroll in behalf of the
wnors. ceorge Weiabaum. charter
President, will accept the Scroll in
*half of the congregation.
orv re,c,l'p,'"n in honor of th<" don-
l0*'ns fhe ceremon,
Rabbi Mescheloff to
Edit Sermon Manual
Section on Exodus
Rihbi MOSM Htaebi (off, spirit-
ual leader of Congregation Beth .la
cob. this week accepted the invita
tion of the Publications Committee
of th" Rabbinical Council of Am> r
ica ti i one of its co-edM i
The RabU will edit one of fhe
five Biblical >f the 1951
Sermon Manual to appear thi- !
Contribution'"^ frw nr,i,-.ial sermon
manual come from e\ ery state of
the Union and from England and
Africa where member- of the Bab
binical Council of America OCC
pulpits of traditional Jewish con-
gregations.
The RCA Sermon Manual ha-,
been published annually for the
past ten years and has been con-
sistently over-subscribed. Rabbi
Mescheloff's appointment comes a
j a result of having had his contribu
tions selected for inclusion among
the best sermons of the year in
every issue of the manual
The Rabbi will edit the Book of
F.xodus, including sermons of his
own together with those of his col-
leagues in the RCA, the largest
Rabbinic organization in the coun-
try.
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FRIDAY, FEBRIIApv
5,
Council to Aid Persons
Seeking Indemnification
As an niil to residents of this
who may be affected by the
i ew German Federal Indemnifies-
tion Laws, the Greater Miami Sec
National Council ol Jewish June 30th to Sfpi.Miih.Ti~t u
men. this week set up a com- the auspio
mittee to assist persons now elii
week by ihc [ounde .
Summer Tour
Is Announvvd
A i nal 1954 summer
tour to Europe and Israel for a
limited ni
women will be conducted from
to file compensation claims.
The n.'w laws, broader in scope
than thoafl formerly in effect, ap-
plj to nationals who resided in
lany between 1939 and Mi j
1945. They provide for indemnifi
cation for claimants proving loss
of liberty, properly, life of parent
Herman and Harrj Popkin.
Travi tint b; oceai liners the
group consisting
,,; 12 boys and 12 girls, will be un
der the supervision and din
i ; Rabbi and Mrs. Sylvan Schv
man. ol Cincinnati Ohio, formerl)
or children, health and interrup- f Augusta, Georgia, and Nash
tion of education and training.
If the original claimant is now
deceased, such benefits m a y be
passed on to the living heirs. Conn
cil explained.
The new laws are more liberal,
and those who have previouslj
filed claims may be entitled to ad-
ditional benefits a Council spokes-
ville, Tennessee
Spending thro.' weeks in Europe
and three weeks in Israel, tlu
group will visit Paris, Switzerland
Marseille, Jerusalem, liana. Te
Aviv, Genoa, Florence, Venice and
Naples. Three week- will be spent
in travel aboard the SS Castel
Felice, .hart.Ted by Study Abroad,
. ian said Those whose claims have Inc.. for the studenl movement to
formerly been turned down may
now be i ble to receive indemni-
on
-mis qualifj for
'.on may call the office of the
ouncil Ji ish Women lo
ppointment with a staff ad
.-,,,
Palestine Economic
Corporation Announces
Shareholder Dividend
NEW YORK A dividend of SI
i i hare for 1953 has been declar-
v thi SS
the SS N< gba two ships
on the Israel lit
ir, as
-
-
under the su-
.
lers
to nice1 the interests
and needs ol young p< ople, the
tour- membership will be on a
selective basis High school juniors
and seniors and college freshmen
and sophomores are eligible to ap
.d by the Board ol Directors of tin
Palestine Economic Corporation.I ply- Additional information may
rgesl American development
company in Israel, it was an
i ounced here.
Nearly 9,000 stockholders will re-
ceive clo>e to $325,000 in divi-
ends, which will be paid on March
6. 1954 to stockholders of record
1 February 26. 1954
Simultaneously, the Corporation
announced the launching of a na-
tionwide campaign to secure $2.-
000,000 in new investment capital
lor the further development of in-
I u~trial and commercial enter-
; risi in Israel.
Wagner to be Discussed
Beth El Radio Hour over station
YVMIE. Friday, from 4 to 4:30 p.m.,
will present Dr. Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky in an address entitled. The
Rhinegold, an interpretation of
tier's music drama.
be obtained by writing to the di
rectors at 1414 Rock Springs Court.
\K. Atlanta. Georgia.
Blue Star's tour abroad is one of
three features for older boys and
girls being conducted this summer
by Blue Star. The other two are
the camp*s teenage Village and
Counsellor-Trainee program.
Tuesday Review Slated
The Greater Miami Chapter of
Hadassah will hold its regular book
review on Tuesday. February 9th,
1:30 p m.. at Temple Beth Sholom.
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein. who is the
reviewer for the entire series, has
announced the committee's choice
will be a current Broadway hit.
Mrs. Morris Alpert is coordinator
for the review-
Mctnischewirz Matzo Cracker Gains
Rapid Popularity for Low Salt Diet
A new no-salt matzo cracker. In-
I id need through neighborhood
I io.i -tores barely three weeks ago,
has become popular so rapidly that
the manufacturer has been taken
irpri.se. As a result, the Man-
ischi witz matzo bakeries are work-
ing overtime these days to keep up
with the demand for No-Salt Tas-
teas, the bite-size matzo cracker
that represents a completely new
idea in low sodium foods.
Originally created after years of
.xperimentation to fill a long-felt
need in low-salt diets for a low
-odium baked product with a palat-
able flavor, Manischewitz No-Salt
Tasteas matzo crackers have a
tempting new staste that has won
them instant popularity, not only
as a wholesome low-salt food, but
as an all-purpose snack for the en-
tire family.
This, in itself, is unique Here.
for the first Mme, is an enjoyable
food that knows no barriers be
j tween people on a special diet and
other members of their family
Baked to a erackery. flakv crisp
ness, No-Salt Tasteas have a flavor
land delicately crusty texture that
everyone can enjoy.
This combination of new taste
and new texture makes No-Salt Tas-
'teas an ideal snack for every oc
casion, from mealtime to party
time. One of the many attractive
ways to serve them is on a snack
tray, topped with a spread of crush
ed fresh pineapple, mixed with cot-
tage cheese. Other suggestions can
be found on the back of the Tasteas
packages.S.T.
Harold K. Halpert
Ha'pert Appears
In Lecture on
Jev/ish Music
Jewish Center
presi nt l:
rt on Tuesdaj. Febru
m in a lectun an
concert : R 01 '
Music. 'I he evening has been se(
aside in the Center program to I
commi n h Music Month
Halpert, owner ol Whitehall
Fabrics here, will tell the story of
the development ol Jewish music
iioin Bioncal days to modern
times A pianist, he will illustrate!
the lecture with performance- ol
melody and Jewish content in mu-
-lc
Halpert will he assisted by Donna
Makovsky, radio singer; Florence
Seigel. violinist: Israeli Dancers.
Zionist Youth Commission; and
Cantor Irving Robinson, liturgical
music.
Halpert, a comparative newcom-
er to Coral Gables, divides his
time between here and Portland,
Maine, where he also owns a dec-
orative fabrics shop
Formerly a member of the Eng-
lish faculty at Brown University
in Providence. Rhode Island, and
subsequently holding the post of
Head of the Latin and Music De-
partments in the Duxbury. Massa-
chusetts public schools. Halpert
ha- been an active citizen of Port
land in many varied fields.
Mr an.I Mr Halpert live at 325
Majorca Avenue Their two chil-
dren are Stephen a senior at
Brown 1 nivi rsity, and Joanna, a
'""' "' al Deering High s<-h.,]
Mrs Halpert i- th i former Flor-
ence Weinstein, ol Palm Island.
Hebrew Teachers' Group
Plans Annual Banquet
The annual banquet of the He
brew T.a.h.r-' Association id
Greater Miami will be held Sun-
day evening, April 4th. 7:30 pm
in the Sterling Hotel, according to
M announcement tola week by
Louis Gadon. association president
Gadon said that r.....rvatiOM
should be made early. "Last year
we COUld not accommodate some 50
ast-minute Ku.-t- and had to turn
them away.'' he explained. ,n em
Ph"Wn 'he need fr advance
reservations.
('"'ta^' "' [fcketa are <;,|on.
' Beth David Synagogue; George
GoWberg Beth El Congregation;
and Zvi Roaenkrani Beth David
Prune. Apple juice
Ideal for Holidays
Producers of Sanaweel Prune
Juice and Mott'a Apple h,i"
-are ortheonn,,,,,,^.,,,,.:::,
SXng?......
Several large bottlei of each ol
* Prune Juicj ;, A|l|l|(. ;
WW come nani|> fr hlllllU
mials and entertaining. Suntweel
'Tune Juice b, m;i(l(. ,^n
bwS, I1*',h" "^*B SS
that helps maintain reimlantv .?
really ideal for""0' ^ "?'-
the day.-S.T dunn-
ITM Script Contest
To Highlight Mount
Sinai Jubilee Here
Fred Koch, head of the Lniver-
i 1..M11 Department of
i, announced this weal that
l,., di p irtmi nt Is -ponsoring a
chool wide script writing <
m conjunction with Mount Sinai
fourth annual Jubilee.
The conte open to all students of
Mi.....liversity, will be for the beM
nute humorous sketch bas-
ed on some phase of the hospital's
endeavor.
The writer of the winning
sketch, !iieh will be presented as!
part of the Hospital .Jubilee show'
on March 4th at the Miami Beach '
Auditorium, will be awarded a S100
defense bond. The closing riaM^for
the contest is February 17th.
Dr. Jay Pearson, president of the
University of Miami, will judge
the entries along with Max Oro-
vit/. chairman of the Board of
Trustee- Mount Sinai, and Sid
Franklin. Jubilee producer.
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IN THE COUNTY "dD0"
IN AND FOR DinD"* CO-
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Richard Krieger Pink, attorney
and has announced Ins
candid er ol the Dadki
C mntj Board ol Public Instruction.
:i Fink filed his qualifying
paper: .. fen minutes before the
noon deadline. Monday. February 1
1-t. to oppose incumb. nt Raymond '
Van Dusen.
Fink, who has been a resident of
Hade County for 24 years, is a
graduate of Miami Beach Senior
High School, having attended the
Dade County School system during
In- entire 12 years of elenier.tnry
and secondary education.
He also attended the University
of Miami, Coral Gables, Miami Uni-
versity, Oxford. Ohio, and received
the AB degree from the University
of California at Los Angeles and
his law degree from Harvard Law
School He is a member of the Flor-
ida and Dade County Bar Associa-
tions.
The candidate is a veteran of
World War II. having served with
the United States Navy, and is an
active member of many education
al. civic and veteran organizations,
including the United States Junior
Chamber of Commerce, the Dade
County Council on Community Re-
lation-, the F.Iks. Dade County
Citizens' Committee for Slum
Clearance, the Schools Committee
for the Harvard Club of Miami, the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
(enter-, the Jewish War Veterans
and Sholem Lodge ol B'nai B'rith.
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^Jewlslifhrkttan
PAGE 7 A
Synagogue Choirs, Dance Groups
To Participate in Music Festival
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C1 sjFgg&i iSrl
ll!rapti jiSi %
?l p?sr-
rom throughout the
r Miami mi will Join
c In in impressive local t'ri-
hut* tn National Jewish Music Fes-
tival on the stage of the Flamingo
I'.nk bandsbell Sunday night, I
i nary 21st.
This concert, presented to the
public in order to stimulate fur-
ther interest in the Jewish music;il
heritage, has been arranged by the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center, it was announced by Leo
Sheiner, Festival Committee chair-
man.
Choirs from Congregation Beth
David, Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter, Miami Beach Jewish Center
and Zamora Jewish Center will ap-
pear on the program, together with
the festival chorus and choir or-
ganized by GMJCC under the di-
rection of Robert Strassburg.
Theme of the entire program is,
Voices Of Light, and will serve
to provide a fresh and interesting
view of Jewish music through the
medium of various symbolic uses
of light, such as light of the new
land, light of truth and light of j
brotherhood, Sheiner explained.
A dramatic script prepared by!
Strassburg will be read by Judge
Kenneth Oka, who has been asso-
ciated with the cause of Jewish;
music for many years. The Hymn '
To Brotherhood is included on the
program in keeping with the theme
of Brotherhood Week which begins
February 21st.
The first half of the program
will include selections in Hebrew,
Yiddish and English presented by
the various choral groups. A color-
ful spectacle has been prepared for
the second half of the program,
when the GMJCC Modem Dance
Group, under the leadership of
Ruth Walton, joins the Festival
Chorus for the presentation of the
choral pageant Chab Habrikurim
This pageant, by the eminent
American-Jewish composer. Max
Helfman, is otherwise known as
the Festival Of The First Fruits
and uses largely Israeli folk
themes.
; Bazaar Brunch Due
A bazaar brunch will be held at
I the North Shore Jewish Center on
I Monday, February 8th, 12 p.m. Ad
mission will be new saleable mer-
chandise, according to Mrs. Eleanor
I Brown, in charge of arrangements.
Donald G. Mackenzie
>lacK For Stale Office
Donald G. MacKentle, 29-year-
old Miami attorney, announced his
candidacy for the office
Representative from Dade Sew
in Group 2.
lie attended the University of
M:anu ami graduated from the CM
Law School. He resides al 664 I
wood Road. Key Biscayne, with his
wife and child.
MacKenzie. an army veteran of
33 months, served two years in the
Persian Gulf Command and shortly
after World War II, he came to
Florida. An active civic worker, he
instituted the Key Biscayne Civic
Association and is a charter mem-
ber of the Key Biscayne Junior
Chamber of Commerce.
MacKenzie states that he has
initially a four point program
more stringent law and control of
child molesters. more effective
state-wide mosquito and sand fly
control, a full length turnpike to
the Georgia border and complete
support for the medical scho
the University of Miami
Passes CPA Exam
Among those informed here that
I hey have passed the November.
1953 State of Florida CPA examin-
1 at ion is Nathan Newman, of BO
SU 52nd Avenue. Miami. Newman
I currently is attending the Univer-
sity of Miami Law School and will
be associated with a CPA in the
practice of accounting soon.
I
Jewish Festival Choral Group of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center is directed in
lho, above by Robert Strassburg, festival coordinator (right). Front row (left to right) are
Dons Rabinowitz, Francino Weinstein, Bertha Lebow, Caroline Sachs. Frances Sanes and Syl-
"a Kum. Rear row are Clarence Longer. Dave Sachs and Harold Lebow. This group repre-
sents the Miami section of the GMJCC Chorus. The Beach section is not shown Beth David
Ukm, (second from top), with music director Mrs. Miriam Donnerstag at left and Cantor Maur-
Mamches at right, includes Reuben Idels. Evelyn Saluk. Murray Bourn and Norman ReiH.
Rth Walton (foreground) leads a modern dance group of the Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
!' eite man. Shirley Bamett. Helen Raikind and Lillian NovikoH. Standing are Betty Borne
"M Ldjby Segal. Coral Gables Jewish Center Choir, under the leadership of Strassburg (right)
includes (left to right) Pauline King. Jenny Lou Corris. Iio V. Greene. Laurel R. Swerdin. Frank-
L^^f^Clarence Longer and Paul Kamlot______________________________________________
^* Hadassah to Hear Frank Lynn
Ptel.
Stephen S. Wise Group of I Frank Lynn, appe'arin? in tin
*h will hold Its monthly Blue Horizons Hotel, will be heard
1 Monday. February 8th. i jn a program of songs.
p m at the Monte Carlo | Mrs Louis Goldman will present
a word picture of the new medical
enter now being built in Jerusa-
em, Israel.
The program is being arranged
by Rhea Cashman Gladwin. chair-
man of HMO for the Stephen S.
Wise Group.
Dora Stein Sisterhood
Plans Donor Luncheon
Dora Stein Ststerh tod "i the Is-
raelite Tenter ha- COmpI< '
lor its annual donor him hi
the Strath Haven Hotel, on K\
28th. 12 noon A skit, style show
In .1' wish Living, will b.....
p >', of the program. Members
of the Sisterhood have
looted to perlorm. Mr St lei L.
I Cohen is program director. I
I chairmen of the Donor Lunch
are Mrs George Graham and Ml*.
Al Rothberg.
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and Mrs. Abe Ballas. 1481
NW 57th Street, is on'his way
home from Korea after 18
months of overseas duty. Cpl.
Ballas is a graduate of Miami
Edison High School and at-
tended the University of Mi-
ami. After a short furlough,
he will report back for his
last year of service.
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 5. 1954
!'" fieri fa. M7
PAGE 9 A
Betrothals, Weddings Caught In Miami's Social Spotlisht
Miss Marlene Morris Becomes Bride of
Kenneth Chaitman: Chooses Xvlon Tulle
In a candlelight ceremony at the
Biscayne Terrace Hotel on January
31st, Mi8S Marlcne Morris, daugh-
ter of Mr and Mrs. I. A. Morris.
1201 West Avenue, formerly of In
dianapolis. Indiana, became the
bride of Kenneth Chaitman. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Chaitman, 6912
Byron Avenue, formerly of Brook-
lyn, New York.
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated.
Best man was David Morris, broth
er of the bride. Samuel Negrin and
George Kotler acted as ushers.
Maid of honor was Toby Chaitman.
sister of the groom.
Junior bridesmaids included An
nette Morris and Linda Morris.
nieces of the bride, with Barbara
Morris, flower girl, and Harold
Chaitman. page boy.
The bride's gown was fashioned
of rose point lace and nylon tulli
Lesser, Newman
Troth Revealed
The engagement of their daugh
ter, Sheila Rose, to Robert Stanle>
Newman was announced t hi week
by Mr. and Mrs Edward Lesser,
7727 Dickens Avenue.
The bride-elect is a graduate oi '
Miami Beach High School and at
tended Charron Williams Commer
cial College.
Her fiance i- the son "I Mr and
Mrs. Julius Newman. '2ii< J.'n. r-on
Avenue, and graduated Mondaj
from the University of Miami with
a BS degree in electrical engineer-
ing.
Mr Newman is a member ofl
Omicron Delta Kappa, honorary
engineering society, and the In
stitute oi Kadio Engineers
over white saim fitted bodice, high-
lighted with iridescent sequins and
featuring a tiny rolled collar and
on^ point-on hand sleeves Tin
bouffant skirt was paneled front
aid back with tiers of pleated ny-
lon tulle and side paniers ol rose
point lace and fell Into a sweep
tram A clotne cap of rose point
lace held t ti- finger-tip bridal veil
she cairied two white orchids on a
Bible
Mrs. Morris, mother of the bi de
elected a ballerina length gown "i
French blue lace with orchid cor
jage Mrs. chaitman selected an
iqua and pink nylon tulle baller-
ina-length gown with white orchid
corsage
The bride, a graduate of Miami
Beach High School, attended the
(Jniversitj "i Miami, where she
pledged Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority.
she was also graduated from the
Davis Institute ol Medical
nologj in Miami.
Mr < haitman attended Pace
I 'ollege. New York City, and will
receive his degree in accounting
from the L'niversitj oi Miami in I
Pebruarj il< Is .i member of Tan I
Epsilon Phi Fraternity.
After a honeymoon in Havana
ml Veradera Beach, the couple
will make their home in Miami
m fc
' Miss Ann K.-l/
I'o Wed in .lulv
Vnn Sandi n I Jo
,.|,i, i -Hi ih.inin w ill In- married
in .1" s
i i Is. Dr
il II Kali ol I hel
I ichu t'tts, ha\ e announced
iuple's en Mi l"ei
I he -mi ol Mr an ;
Hymen ti I'eitelbaum, '! i
i.hi Avenue
Miss Katz I raduated I
.,., id. ii S< hool and i now a so-
phomore at the i niversi i
ami
i
Miami Mr.,.li II: .'' >' hool and at-
I
Epsilon Phi Frater-
ie Armj
he hj i- -' stall ii. '
i| the Arm.-. Home Town N
i uri.
He i nov associated :':
Eagle Docks ai es in
Mrs. Paul Rostn
Rosens to Reside
l\) Miami Beaeh

**'
.*
Mr and Mrs Paul E Rosen will
return to make their home in Mi-
ami Beach after i wedding trip in
Veradero Beach and Havana
The bride is the former Miss
i Claire Serota she and .Mr.
Ros,-n were married in the Rone)
Plaza Hotel on January 30th, with
Rabbi Irving Lehnoan officiating
Newlywed Mrs Rosen is the
daughter of Mr and Mrs N
Serota, 2Jo West Bito AJto Drive
Mr. Rosen i. the 100 ol Mi and
Mrs. Sam Rosen. 7412 Byron Av-
enue.
Maid of honor was Miss Judy
Kdelman Othvr attendants includ I
ed the Misses Anita (Mrin. Bar
bara r"ik. Joan Jackowitz and Inez ,
Sokoll.
Joe Kirshenbaum was best man.
wiT.i Jules Wasson. Arthur Ka.-pcr.]
Richard Green. Arthur Beckerman
and Bernard Becker acting a-
ushers
The in..... i i gi
ami Beach Hifch School and vice
president oi Delta Phi Epsiion So
rorits at the l :r,\c \-\ ol Miami
Miss Ann 5. Kofi
Miss Pauline Rosen
Rosen (iuthmann
Arc Kngaged
Mr and Mrs Meyer Rosen, oi
Jersey, announce
men) ol their daughter,
Pauline to Edward Guthmann, son
ol Mrs Ruth Guthmann, 156 South
Shore Drive, Miami Ceach, and the
:.. Elias iiuthmann.
Rosen attended ESastside
High School in Paterson and is nou
i at the i Diversity >! Flor-
ida, ii' in education she i~
counselor ol tre.shman
. social < hainnan of < .''i
danc ororitj. and is active
, cam] nizal ions
Mr. Guthmann attended Miami
..i b School ..nd the I Diver-
lit) i. Florida, win-re he was presi-
dent ol It i Beta Ian. social fra-
ternity He Is now attending the
I nivi rsitj of Miami and will re-
c< ive h'ts BOA degree in June.
definite date has been set for
the wedding
Michael Burney, Jerome Speetor to be Bai
Mitzvah in Double Ceremony Saturday
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Burney, 1354 SW 12th
Street, and his cousin. Jerome, son
of Mr and Mrs Irving Speetor,
1022 SW 12th Street, will hecon
firmed in a double Bar Mitzvah al
Beth David Synagogue on Saturday
morning, February 8th, with Hah
in Mas Shapiro ami Cantor Maurice
Mamches officiating.
Michael is an eighth grade stu
dent at Shenandoah Junior High
School, where he belongs to the
baud ami the I llln ( luh He is also
i pupil al Path David Religious
..ml Sundaj schools
Jerome attends Shenandoah
along with los cousin, Michael. A
student al Beth David Religious
ami Sundaj Si hools. he has per
tect record ol never having missed
Sunday classes there since his en
rollmenl m Kindergarten
Michael's grandparents are Mr
and Mrs s .1 Speetor, 1824 Buck
ell Avenue, and Mrs Edith Schol
nick. 1151 SW 24th Avenue His
j lather was Bar Mit/vah at Beth
David Synagogue 27 years ago. Je
mine- grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs speetor and the late Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Dock.
Honored guests at a reception
following the ceremony in the
synagogue will include Jerry's
uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs s
M. Dock, of Tampa and formerly
of Miami, and his sister. Frances,
who attends the University of Flor-
ida.
i ncles and aunts who will honor
the cousins are Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Buan. Mr. and Mrs I. M Dock. Mr.
and Mrs. William Dock. Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Baron. Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Speetor. Mr and Mrs. Louis
Speetor. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Spec-
tor. Mr and Mrs Barnet Kriensky
and Mr and Mrs. Morris Marks.
f?
Zisks Pick Hawaii
For Honeymoon
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Robert Zisk
were married on Sunday by Rabbi
Max Shapiro, spiritual leader Of
th David Congregation, but th
newlywed couple won't take theil
wedding trip to Hawaii until June]
Attending the couple were
and Mrs Morton Stern. Mr. Ster
is the brother of the bride, the i
mer A'tidrcy Stern, daughter of
and Mrs Manny Stern, Chicago]
lllinoi
The hnde was given in marriage
i .1 lather sh, attended thi
I niversit) ol Illinois and the Un
I Ity of Miami, where she is
lember of Delta I'hi Kpsilon S
rorit) Mr Zisk. son of Mr. anc
Mr- Albert A Zl k Dallas, Tex
attends the University of Mil
id i a member ol I'i Lambda Ph|
I ate] nit'.
A reception was held at th Ronej Plaza Hotel, following tri^
ceremony The couple will maki
their home at 45 Majorca Avenue|
(oral Gables.
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Weddings Bar Mitzvahs
Buffets Garden Parties
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Mrs. Shaw Named Chairman of Jubilee
Volunteers; Active Worker Here Since '51
Mrs Murray Shaw has been named chairman of the Office Volun-
teer Corps It M< unt Sinai Hospital's fourth annual Jubilee, which will
M held March 4th al th Miami Beach Auditorium
Mr Shaw, who hi 22 .Mars oi her life doing volunteer
: ional work, has been DC-
,: char table work usce
In- arrived her* (our years ago
vitjil p. .1*1 ol
tit ihnll
li.,s be.
It S.1II..I
1 i.l. w h.
urdine's
SvjuAvu -&*u (he liomo of
SUNSHINE FASHIONS
re Its. pat. off.
Mkmi Miami Beach Ft. Lauderdale West Palm
YOU WILL FIND
THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION
of
BOYS AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI BEACH
at


Milt Sheila K. letter
V
.imlv Hirsch Troth
To Lawrencf Fall
ToW Here
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hirsch, of
Atlanta. Georgia, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Judy,
to Lawrence Fall, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Fall, of Miami and At-
lanta, and grandson of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Kupper.
Miss Hirsch was graduated from
Ohio State University School of
Business Administration, where
she was a member of Sigma Delta
Tau Sorority. She is affiliated with!
Davison-Paxon Company. Atlanta.
in an administrative capacity.
Mr. Fall is a graduate of Miami
Senior High School. He attended
Emory University. Atlanta, where
he became a member of Alpha Ep-
silon Pi. social fraternity, and Kap-
pa Kappa Psi, honorary music fra
ternity.
He is presently enrolled at Em-
ory University School of Dentistry
and is president of Alpha Omega
dental fraternity, and vic presi
dent of the Dental School Interlra
ternity Council
til Si
1
I
Before Yiddisher Forum
\; .% (, leiberman will be
pea '! !>': "I
per "- Idi n Satu
evening Febi iar; 6th B p m in
Knesetn l-i..i : Coni i
Subject "l his talk i> scheduled
;is: s Dubom A- Historian Glei-
berman ha- been affiliated with
the Workmen's Circle schools and
is a well known teacher and lec-
turer.
Der Yiddisher Jorum is a week-
ly presentation of the Greater Mi-
ami Chapter of YTVO. Yiddish Sci-
! entific Institute.
to^
rt. Murray Shaw
T
an i :>! I". M
Sh.iu I '"' "''' """'
a> ;, volunteer worker tor the
. ,i Sot let j in '1 >.<
duties in behall "t
ire that she coordi-
the work ol approximately
all volunteer workers.
who* tasks include clerical work and telephone calling duties in the
jubilee Oft Shaw not only must be able to enlist the aid of
omen, but must be on hand constantly to supervise their work.
Leonard Wien. Jubilee chairman, said of her "No choice of words
could express the sincere gratitude we feel towards Lil Shaw for the
work she did last year and is do.ng again this year in Jubilees behalf.
,ii ^
bathing suits.
Miaa Etoaa '>' Held, (UMtfof
,,t the Mgtor Hotel, is the presi-
dent oi the ilunl Largest bathinu
i i organlzrtiOJ in the world,
which licars i: r name.
A rui.lve of Canada. Miss Reid
came to the United States seven
years ago.
Miss Reid is doing a technicolor
film at the Algiers Hotel, to be
shown on television and in thea-
tres throughout the country
THE SISTERHOOD of the MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER
MOSHE KUSEVITSKY
World Famous Artist-Renowned Sinter of Cantorial
and Ooerotic Repertoires
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17th, at 8:15 P.M.
1701 Washington Avenue, Miami Reach
Ticket* on Sale t the Center or Cell M-ISO3-5.00. 4.00. 3 00. Tex InekS.
MRS. GEORGE GOLD3ERG. Oeneral Chairman
MRS. HENRY WAIT2KIN. Patron ^Chairman
----
Hebrew School Meeting
Miami Hebrew School and Con
gregation will hold a Board of Di
rectors meeting on Tuesday eve
ning, February 9th, it has been an
nounced by H. M. Drewich. presi
dent.
MiM Cher.'ene Cootner
Miss (lootner Picks
Spring Kites
Mr. and Mrs. William D. Coot-
ner, of 1677 SW 15th Street, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Charlene Rosalee. to Al-
fred I Moss, son ol Mr. and Mrs.
i David Moss, of Forest Hills, Long
Island. New York.
ttiaj Cootner was sraduated from
Miami Senior High School and at
tended the University of Florida,
at Gainesville.
Mr Mom i- a graduate of New
York University and at the present
time is connected with The Na-
tional Cash Register Company.
The couple plan a spring wed-
ding in New York, after which they
will return to Miami to live.
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6th
Speaker:
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Topic:
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^-JewistncrkUan
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5,
x
Vr
Pal
lav, Koch
To Wed in March
Rob
bride
The couple's
announced here th

Koch, Br loklyn. Ne
Miss Palay attended Hi-' > i
sit) <>i Alabama, where she
selected as Hi.- cover :-irl lor thi
school Journal and pledged Alpha
Epsilon I'lii Sororit) there. She re-
cently graduated from the Davis
Institute ol Medical Technology in
Miami.
Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity nomin-
ated Miss Palay for the title of
Queen of Hillel.
Mr. Koch is a graduate of Syra-
cuse University, with an AB de-
gree, and is a member of the US
Arm>- ""-". He i president of
the Palm Container Corporation in
Hialeah
Miss Roberta Palay
William Pine
William Pine Bar
Mitzvah Saturday
William, son of Mr and Mr- Sol
Pine 9325 Bay Drive, will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday mi
Februarj 8th, 10:43 a m. at Tem-
ple Beth shoiom Rabbi 1 eon Kro
ni-h :'.l otliciate, with I
the

William at!'
I

School an i to the choir
there.
Mr and Mr- Morri
grandparents, ol Brooklyn, New
York, \wll lie among honored
guests.
Kiddush will follow the cere-
mony at the Temple, with a recep-
tion at Beth Shoiom slated in the
liar Mitzvah's honor Saturday eve-
ning.
Both the Kiddush and reception
will be catered by Mendelsohn's
Kosher Restaurant.
Barbara's Troth is
Told by Saters
ti
re -ho is
ia '''"'' sl"' '"
sophi '' '" '
Womei Association
Mr HaVI n is tho >on ol Mr and
\ir, Meyer Haven, Gainesville,
Florida lh' graduated front
Gainesville High School and In
pola Junior College, where he *U
valedictorian of his class. Ho I- a
,emor at the University of Florida
and is treasurer of the Insurant
Society Hi- mcliJ fraternity is
Tau Epsilon Phi.
They plan to be married Decem-
ber 10th
Miss Barbara 1. Jofer
William Diamond
William Diamond to
He Bar Mitzvah
William, ton of Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Diamond, 3890 NW 4th
Terrace, will become Bar Mitzvah
mi Saturday. Kebruary 6th, 10 am.,
at the Hauler Granada Jewish (en
ter
William i- : student of Kinloch
Park Junior High School, where
hi is.a member ol the band. We
h in, n attending the Center's
! h '! tor the past four
and has successfully passed
the Bar Mitzvah examination giv-
en by the Bureau of Jewish F.duca-
tion
William will chant the Maftir
and address the congregation. Rev.
I.eo Ileim will officiate
Mr and Mrs If. Middeldorf,
uncle and aunt of Washington,
D-d will be among out-of-town
inn-Ms Parents of the Bar Mitzvah
will he hosts at the reception fol-
lowing.

Haiman long
Haiman Long Bar
Mitzvah Saturday
Haiman Long, son of Mr.
Mrs. Barry Clein, 330 NW 44th a
enue, will become Bar Mitzvah i
Saturday. February tith. 9 a.m.i
the Miami Hebrew School and Co
gregation.
. Tho Bar Mitzvah attended
loch Park Junior II
is in the seventh grade. He lithe)
student of the Reli lous School:
this Miami Hebrew & ol andCa
gregation. The Bar Mi
conduct services ami iddreai
Congregation.
Rabbi Simon April will officiate.
Kiddush will be served by his ]
ents following the ceremony.
Out-of-town guests will
Cantor and Mrs. Harry Lube!, i
Mobile, Alabama.
Hadassah Plans Meetii
February; Program C
The Hanna Senesch c;roup of Ha-
dassah will hold its next meeting
on Februarj 8th. in the Lord
Tarleton Hotel, al 1:19 p.m.
Fran Blair, pantomime drai
performer, will rendi t a pr
ot unusual nui Mrs Theo-
Arvan, concert pi
offer i
Mr-. William Feuer i
ol th
Open House Follows
Martin's Bar Mitzvah
Mr, and Mrs II.i' Plasl iff, ol
6437 SW luth Street, Miami, an
nounce the Bar Mitzvah ol their
son. .Martin Norman, on Saturday
morning, February 6th. 10 am. al
the Coral Gab i i Center.
The Bar Mitzvah i- a student at
Kinloch Junior High School.
Mr. and Mrs. David Scott, grand
parents from Cleveland. Ohio, will
be among honored guests at the
ceremony and open house recep-
tion honoring Martin on Sunday.
from 2 to 6 p.m.. at the Plaskoff
home.
Morr.'n Plaskoff
il{s. Games for
hainncn List (iucsts
The regular meeting of Menorah
Group oi Hadassah will bo bold
at 1:15 p in. on Monday, F< bruan
8th, in the Coral (ijb| .) wh)jj
Cnter. A till- I ''' Wise
Your Heart, will be presented, and
speaker "t the da} will i
i rs are asked to
I-.-.
.
haloma Group ol Had
. ill ii an i
I;
I All
at t!
Mrs. Bernard Goldberg, program
chairman, indicated tli.it Rabbi
l.oon Kronish will ho guesl spi ,ik
ii Mr- Samuel Lepow i- chairman
of the Youth Aliyuh program tor
i the evi ning
A movie, Save One Life, will be
shown, and Mrs Joseph Pardo will
sum a ^inup ot son-;- accompanied
on the piano by Hy Fried
Larry Diskin and hi~ orchestra
will provide music for dancing
later in the evening. Theme of
the evening will be the 20th birth
| day celebration ol Youth Alisah.
*
Herzle Group of Hadassah will
meet Monday, Kebruary 8th. 12:45
p.m., at the Cadillac Hotel. Mr-
Joseph Gould is chairman ol the
month for vocational education
services.
Mrs. Sidney D. Ross, pro-ram
chairman, will introduce I. w
Henderson, guest speaker Hender-
son is assistant director of the eve-
ning division at Lindsey Hopkins
Vocational School.
The discussion group will meet
Friday, February 5th. 1 p m at
the home of Mrs. Louis Heiman
:23 East Rivo Alto Drive. Jack
Bell, feature writer for the Miami
Herald, will be guest speaker
*
Mount Scopus Croup of Hadas-
sah will conduct its regular Febru-
ary 8th meeting at Beth David
Synagogue at 1:30 p.m. A variety
program and refreshments will f0i-
low the business meeting.
*
The Naomi Group of Hadassah
will meet on Monday. February
8th, 8:30 p.m., at the upstairs room
of Walgreens. 200 East Flagler
Street An original skit will be
presented by Mrs Sonia Horwich
and Mrs, Anita Weiss, program co-
chairmen Plans will he formu-
lated lip the member-bring-a-mem-
br barbecue on PebJruBrj 18th.
nrtrl lor the ln-i ot a cussion groups on February 23rd.
Group ol Ha lassafa
will h its regu nl hlj meet-
tend : th 12
noon, at t.'i lull Hotel,
I th"
mp "i rladas
-ah wil
'in- Monte
Carlo Hold Pro-rain chaii n
Mrs Sanford Jacobson.
Monday. February 8th. l
p m .
at the Algiers Hotel, the Henrietta'
Szold Hadassah group will hold Its'
monthly meeting.
Miss Shaloma Schawmut. former-
ly ol Israel where -he studied mu-
sic for a number of year-, will pre-
sent bred! songs and will be ac-
companied at the piano hy Hy
Fried. I
The program also includes In-
born..'i n Pit Rse, the panel con
ir members Alice
Green I otl R itsprecher, Sydell
kerman and Anna

for the month of
. irj Will !>< hold at the 1 1:1
tments, 18th S
James Avenue, February 11th. <
18th and 25th at l p.m lira, H.!
Amlyn has offered her root card
room in the Henrietta Szold Group
of Hadassah. Money is for Yen
Aliyah, a major project of
sah. Mollie Green is in chanjfi
reservations.

Israeli Group of Had
hold a card party on Monday. Mj
ruatt 8th, 12:30 p.m.. at the!
Plaza Hotel. Hostesses l>rthti
ternoon will Ik* Miss Sara Go
Mrs, David Koch. M I-ranees I
bin. Mrs. Henr> \\ : tad Mil
Yokel

Regular meeting ol the Isra
(iroup of Hadassah w
I] I-Vlini irj lot ii. 'I p.m. I
the Empress Hold Singer U
Bart and Mrs. Hart M I be flul
d in A Night In Israel Pre-ideal
Of the Group is Mr- Harrj H K.p-j
Ian.
A i
Benjamin Keats, son of Mrs.
Vivian Keats. 860 Biecayne
Street, will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah at the Miami Beach
lewtsh Center on Saturday
February 6th. Benjamin is an
?rf?hM9r-d? 8,udent at ,h
schJ^' r^h6r ,unior Hjgh
School and attends the Reli-
qu. School of the Miamt
Beach Jewish Center.
Aii)'
Daniel Kovnat, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Maurico Kovnat, 4326
Post Avenue, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday, Febru-
ary 6th. 10:45 a.m.. at Temple
Beth Shoiom. Rabbi Leon
Kronish will officiate. Daniel,
a student at Beth Shoiom Re-
ligious School, is in ,he
eighth grrfde at Nautilus Jun-
ior High School.
Ira Elliott Moser. son of
and Mrs. A. Albeit Mojjj
4170 Chase Avenue. *H
celebrate his Bar Mit* "I
the Miami Beach Jewish^}
ter on Saturday, ror
6th. Ira is an eighth g
student at the Ida M- "T|
Junior High School ana
tends the Religious Scww
the Miami Beach Jewish
ter.


piDAY. FEBRUARY 5, 1954
*JmistncriaHar?
PAGE 11 A
, (hows at Grossinger Low Unveiling
toOSSlNGER- Cala ice show>
Ihl.ch, the skating act.vUie*
Ksaturdaj afternoon on thi-
nk at Hi'' ';i"^'ng'r Country
Bub Tin' resort'8 winter sports
t,f'i> augmented by nationally-
[ I rmer Oiym-
diainpion Irving
tivitiea director Abe
Stoke) ''"' productions, ac-
r mncements here.
forth Dade Dance Set
[Sl.t,,ih.....I of the North Dade
^i,h i enter will hold a Valen-
], on Sunday evening.
fbruan 4th, at 8:30 p.m.
lepper Unveiling
I The dedication of a monument
i the memory of the late Celia
tpper. formerly of 2531 SW 15th
reet. will take place Sunday, Feb.
. at 2 p ni at Mt Nebo Cemetery
Ith Rabbi Mux Shapiro officiat-
|> Mrs Tipper is survived by a
liter Mrs Florence Bain and
fs,.n Herman Tepper, both of Mi
] enta are in charge
Primer'.* Miami Monument Com-
Lrv Friend- and relatives are
I. I
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Helen
Low, formerly of 2200 SW nth Ter-
race, will take place Sunday, Pen
7th at 1:30 p.m. on Mt Nebo Cent
etary with Rabbi Morris Skop offl-
ciating. Mrs. Low is survived by her
husband Samuel: three tons, Paul
and Jack of Miami and Alan of
Philadelphia; two daughters, Lil-
lian Zane of Miami Beach and Kuth
Conweiser of New York; alao I
brother Samuel Schmeinoff and |
sister, Mrs Jack Leaaner of Phila-
delphia and four grandchildren.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
Lachs Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Osias
Lachs. formerly .of 1620 SW 4th
Street, will take place Sunday, Fen.
7th at 12 noon on the Beth Tfilah
Section of the Mt. Sinai Memorial
Park Cemetery with Rabbi Joseph
Rackovsky officiating. Mr. Lachs is
survived by a son Louis and a'
daughter. Mrs Rose Bcrkowitz; also !
two grandchildren. Arrangements
are in charge of Palmer's Miami
Monument Company. Friends and
relatives are asked to attend.
Youthful captains in the Community Chest drive, Rose
Schwam (left) and Marilyn Wininger (right) report totals which
pushed Miami Silver^Bluff's district over the top in its fund
raising to Mrs. M. Lester Saal, director of the Miami Southern
District.
Obituaries
CERTX.DE SHAPIRO
', Avrnm p
- I
I \ : \ .1 I
i ...... ion, II- in >
i lilnj ai the M ami
men! on tlM BtaJ
ARTHUR MARCOLIS
Hi Terrac*. dleil
>< .il hospluu I!
[turvixr I l>> ''. Am.mil.i l.cr
January 2*ih Ht the
with ini.i ini-iii on
^uitt hi I i'i >.
CARL WERTHEIMER
; of let) WYkI \..nui-. |> A rvl d nhiilrnalo meal dln-
had :.in a winter rcl-
n ft NVw Vorh fur 22 years. He
i member nl Miami Beach Amer-
I n Survivors Include
-l."tiT-. Mr- Hnrenre llrauniteln
Mr- Elsie Krellshelmer. both ol
i l'iither. Sejrvlcea
I hilei were In New York, with
eh llemoi .i li.iiiel In charge of
si urtngtmi nta,
ANNE FRIEDMAN
of .1.. Ninth Merlillan Avenue,
Jw u> '-'Tih She came from
kwark. New Jersey, 20 years ago.
r>>' two sisters and two
Mheri t: I ;ledmnn,
Itn shore (lolf < 'in -.. It.
' in Newark for serv-
I In I leach Memo-
pi !
\ATMAN KLEIN
\\ .line. lll.'il '!!
!7ttl l"-<- .. Ii M.--
J n chiirge or ar-
FLORENCE MEYER
Miami Beai h,
she eaim fi ona
it years ago
\ James H Noi -
: later. Ben
M.
nt#rtnenl in i he
i' irk it..*'..-. -I. -im
HYMAN KRIF.GEL
vvenue, died "
1 Mi,in,i I:. ... 'i
f ,. harga of arrange-
GE0HGE KLEIN
., Uenua, illrd on
I inth Beach Ho-
.. .ii charge of .ii-
. ESTHER FEDER
. in Avenue, died sm-
I Hellman Kunrral
I of local ainiiige-
,. MAX 2IFRIN
id t\V. "' *"'. Miami Baa. Ii
.... larj .'ith. Hellman
BESSIE GOLDSTEIN
S8, "iTi" s\\ iih Hlreet, died Jami-
itb .<' if res dem She
\ u .a b) hi i liu- band, Hyn an; two
...ii-. \\iii, i and 11 inli I; one 'i .tigh-
ter, t&atellc Chli'kansk> one
. Hollow: mid a brother, Ben-
j^,nun Rosa harvlcea -i on Bun-
da) ni the Miami Riverside, with In-
terment "ii Mount Nebo Cemetery''
NONA COOPER
it, of 7",L'ii N\V 27th Avenue, died
.liiiiu.tiv 2".th She came from .l.ivalo.
Kansas', and had been n Miami re.-i
dent seven years. She Is survived b)
her husliand, Vandy; a son. Vamlvk
Jr.: two daughters. Mrs. Kdlth l..i-
putfea and 'Mr* Virginia Merrill: and
a grandson, all of Miami Services
were on January tttn at the Miami
Riverside, with Interment in Hagler
Memorial Park.
SAMUEL DIAMOND
, of 741 l.'.th Street, dleil January
28th. A retired tailor, he came from
New York eight years ago. He Is
survived by his wife, Fanny, two
daughters. Mrs. Sylvia Schol. Jack-
son. Mlsslasliml, and Mrs. Marcella
Hosenthal. New York: a son. dene.
Martlnsberg, West Virginia: and a
brother Services and burial were In
New York, with Miami Bench River-
side In charge of local arrangements.
MORRIS RICHARDS
6.">, of 1440 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach,
died Januaiy :ilh Miami Beach Riv-
erside was In charge of arrangements.
DR. FREDERICK FISHER
.',. of r.!2". Iji I'.orce Drive, died Janu-
ary i"-' He came from Richmond,
Virginia, and practiced optometri
hare <" the past _'" rears. He is sur-
v Ived bj lii- wife, Helen; |Ughter,
Mrs Bda ird / In, Des Molm -. lows
i.i, Mrs Edward Broldy, Miami
iind three grandchildren Berv-
. re "ii Tuesdaj at (lordon Mi-
ami ii. u ii Chapel, with Intel menl In
VVoodlaw n Mausoleum
HARRY ROSEN
..-. of I Ml Lenos v< nue died rebru-
;n> |at, a launderette operator, he
,;,,,,. here from Nea Tort 14 >"
ura ii.- Is survived i.> his wife, Ous
ii !.. : Mi Ida Rosen, Miami
ii, H h. i. brother and two M-i.r-
- Were In Miami I'-ein ii Rlvei -
ld< ..ii Februai | hid, with .Interment
mi Mount Nebo Cemetery.______
MUera
ll.r.-,
I II..11
I WANT MY MILK
n charge of ar-
|
|f- Ann
I
I'Mlen
[
SAM JACKSON
N" I. Avenue, died Janu-
| lii.nie He came here 2H
""in New York. Siii-vivors
Ida five dniiKhters,
\'ea Haven, Cen-
\!," H .i and Mis.gllelle
nil Mrs. 1
Ml HtrlcUer, Pas
He alao leaves plKlit
ven araat grand-
ivere Krldav In i i"i -
with Interment
ii Park,
9 <* lt:*R?il-VN COLLINS
I ngton Avenue, died
Ii ri< i- -li'' came from New
k "I owned a shop
k. Surviving are her
-v i '.V ""V A">'r. New
V and two" sisters.
hi Miami Beach Itlver-
t 'i Mount N.1.0 Cam-
I $Af."fl- POLAKOFF
|nuri ;,',;"',"" Avenue, died on
F ""'s Miami Beach
""Mi,,,,, 1'"1 "M In charge of
y 2l" htu I """". died Janu-
' siting In Pittsburgh.
,V" Ii 1,1 .I" ""-vloesand bur-
Vkh "I* year. '""" '" Miami
ilghteiW"1 ,U UrvlV"1
s.Mr' Hii.r, v Mr" ** Harris
,7> lea?,, M.">lman. New To.
*"tt"' PltUbur,0 "am- T '
York
nd
F L S ft I. A
DAIRIES
HOMOGENIZED
Vitamin "D" Milk
7411k Product!"
Bn Fiotocted
TEL. t-t**i
Greater Miami Dalirary
Ttart Our Ter at
Baj at Bird Rd.
Millstone Graduates
Burns Millstone has graduated
from the University of Miami
School (.f Music. He attended Sol
dan Hinh School in St. Louis and
is a member of the Florida Na-
tional Guard. Mr. Millstone is the
Mm oi Mr, and Mn Paul Millstone
152 N\V 43rd Place.
Mark Anniversary
Dr. and Mrs. Seymour M. Blu-
menthal will celebrate their 25th
wedding anniversary at an open
house for their family and friends
on Sunday afternoon, at 2445 SW
23rd Avenue.
elov<*< Makes Hid
For E5Ml<*<*.ioii
\V. I). Bill" Joyce. Dade County
Purchasing Agent, filed this week
as a Democratic candidate to suc-
ceed himself for a four year term
in the Democratic Primary in May.
Having been elected five times
by the voters of Dade County, his
platform will be to continue to buy
from local merchants and manu-
facturers on a fair competitive
basis, to buy more for the tax dol-
1 lars, rigid economy and coopera-
1 tion with all county departments.
B'nai BVith Girls
Help Push Chest
Drive Over Top
Youth groups of the B'nai B'rith
were credited this week with help-
ing push District 26 of the,Com-
munity Chest's Miami Southern Re-
gion over the top in its. neighbor-
hood solicitation.
Mrs. M. ,Lester Saal, 2245 SW
25th Terrace, director of the Miami
Silver Bluff district, reported her
area went over the top of its goal
because of after-school work by
two girls' clubs from Miami Sen-
ior1 High School. The group was
one of the first 10 districts to make
its goal. There are 47 districts in
the drive.
Rose Schwam, captain of Section
| G, worked with 4 BG girls in top-
ing her goal. The group of youth-
ful Red Feather volunteers includ-
ed Barbara Wolfson, Renee Lewis,
Selma Aron. Babs Vineur Phoebe
Gordon. Karen Yoss, Rita Kirshner,
Audrey Bell. Marilyn Burke, Mar-
cia Brown. Barbara Foosaner. Bar-
i bara Gritz. Linda Eichel and'Doro-
i thy Singer.
Section F. headed by captn'i
I Marilyn Wininger. went over with
j the following members of the Hil-
I lei Girls: Sandra Coodi ich. Sandra
! Green, Hope Cohen. Marion Felt,
i Marlene Weiss, Bobby Arner. Betsy
Siegel, .loan Bierman. Kdie Prague,
Louise Kassin. .Judy Lewis, Rewona
Caldwell. Janis Bloch, Linda Har-
man. Rena Hapstcin. Naomi Sha-
piro, Bonnie Mooney and Frankie
Berman.
a bean
is just a bean
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then it's a "mechaya'
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r Miami for further conferences
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ational Bi i ["heater chain,
ed \\ith i herner and Li vitl
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rith Alp
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..11 staj ,.t the Sterling Hotel Dr.
lelkin is scheduled to arrive on
Wednesday, and will staj al Gros-
singer's
Dr. Bdkin. now in his tenth year
- president ol Yeshiva, has led the
Diversity during its period of
reatest academic and physical ex-
pansion. Dr. Belkin's tenure as
president has seen the elevation ol
Yeshiva to university status, to be
ome the lirst in America under1
Jewish auspices and the establish '
nent of graduate departments in
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. re Board the Nation
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i 'ouncil ol Yeshiva I'm
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'i heolo ical Si min irj an ther di-
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leader, was recently started chair
man of the Board of Trustees ol
tj succeeding
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post fi 23 years until his death
ii ch this pa i year A founder
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ra is a \ ice i tiaii man ol the Na
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+Jeist ntwktinn
PAGE 13 A
Ige sobeloff will be counsel to rich client
I continued from Paga 1 *
jnation: -Von couldn't real-
Hell who the defendant was
Ju(|,.,. Sobeloff a public career
b(,,. closely interrelated with
J, of Maryland's chief execu-
te Governor Theodore Roose-
E'IfcKeldin, who thinks of him
high minded citizen of
Liabilitya great lawyer." In
,jr younger days, both men
associated with former
v0r William F. Broening of
jimore, who died only a month
w ago Sobeloff as advisor
later in the City Solicitor's
rP. and McKcldin as secretary
the Mayor. Later, when McKel-
became Mayor and Governor
Baltimore Judge Sobeloff was
| doses) personal advisor.
loth iln Governor and the new
hcitor General are native Bal-
horr.in- poor boys whose sue-
storii are so much a part
I the American pattern. McKel-
i r was a cop; Sobeloff's
upholsterer Both were born
iBaltiniori'. sons of immigrants.
Ln have lone credit to Amer-
|\< traditional "open-door" pol
now. unfortunately threat
U.
The paths of the two men. who
collaborated on so many im-
rtanl i'' ressive steps in the
Itory of the Free State, had its
pnnings in ;i summer job in
Broenin law office that paid
12-year Id Sobeloff $1.50 a
ck 01 this job, the judge
kghini;!\ says:
f-Th.it Ur-\ Mimmer I worked
l i lawyers, and got a dollar
a h.ili 75 eents from each
The following summer, I got
ettcr paying job; there were
three men in the office I
Iked, "iid my salary was to be
week But I never did quite
Ihe i2 Each paid me 66 cents;
ver could Ret anyone to give
he odd pennies that would
an even two dollars "
|ii after looking back on a legal
er that made him one of the
pal earners in the profession.
ell a- one of the state's most
rcted hamsters, the fjhief
of the Slates highest eourt,
' now Solicitor General of the
fed States. Simon Sobeloff may
feel that it was worth the ex-
ence. For soon thereafter, he
pol it is as a boy orator. One
ch. delivered in the 1907 May-
pty campaign was heard by
pessman John Kronmiller,
i was so i iii pressed that he gave
pg Simon his first political ap-
nent. as a page boy in the
fee of Representatives.
Fm then on his rise was
court bailiff, secretary to a
assistant city solicitor, dep-
l> solicitor. Chief Judge, and
"tor General. But Sobeloff's
?. until he became Chief Judge,
fcl more on his role of ad-
to three Mayors and Gover-
McKeldin rather than as an
t holder in his own right. The
whom the Baltimore Sun has
fcribed first minister in Gov-
F McKi klin's cabinet" has dis-
fed a genius for both political
and -tatesmanlike reality.
nd never was it more apparent
in hi- position during the 18
Ith- he served as chairman of
KommNsion n Reorganization
[the State of Maryland, a work
f" na'- been universally accep
'** a monumental achievement.
Maryland, like most states, has
been burdened with a cumbersome
governmental structure, and a com-
plicated and ill-defined line of au-
thority between departments and
branches of the government. Not
unusual, this has been the result!
of growing pains, and the unplan-
ned efforts of successive state leg-
islatures to meet each new prob-
lem and crisis with specific legis-
lation
A real overhauling of the state
structure was needed, had been
needed for many years. Attempts
had previously been made by other
commissions But good as these
surveys were, they were cut to
pieces by politicians and special
pleading groups as they came up
for approval in the State Legisla-
ture.
All this Simon Sobeloff knew
As the Commissioned 14men. and
their technical experts, popularly
known as the Sobeloff Commission,
set about reorganizing the Gover-
nor's office, the State Budget, the
Department of Public Works and
Buildings, the State Personnel set-
up, the Educational Administra-
tion, the Health and Welfare Ad
ministration and other aspects of
state government, there concur-
rently was developed a program to
"sell7 the plan to the community.
An advisory Committee of 78 mem-
bers was appointed, regular con-
ferences were held with legisla-
tive leaders, regional meeting!
Agree to Merge Services of Migration
Organizations; MAS. USNA Will Unite
tive Council. ind then the Legisla-
ture approved, and the state elec Continued from P9 1 A duplication and overlapping in op
torate ratified last November, a I erations here, in Europe and in
new type of budget sponsored by immigration, resettlement and na-1 L^tin America and would provide
the Sobeloff Commission. It is turalization. The transfer by JDC I a more effective and flexible mi-
known as the performance budget of i,s migration activities to the1
and differs from the line-item ncw organization does not affect
budget It is expected to improve ,he JDCs normal relief and reha-
fiscal efficiency and result in the bihtation program in Europe, the
taxpayer getting more for his tax Moslem countries and Israel,
dollar Satisfaction over conclusion of
The odds were against the adop- the agreement was expressed by
tion of the new budget system; but i B*n To"ster. president of HIAS.
in the end, the necessary constitu- and bv Walter Bieringer. president
tional amendment went through so:of USNA- who participated in the
smoothly that people hardly re-
membered what a great achieve-
ment it was. When Simon Sobeloff
became Chief Judge, he stepped
down from the chairmanship of
the Commission with the acclaim
of the press and the public for a
job well done. He also relinquished
two city posts he had held under
gration service. It was also stress-
ed that the consolidation would
"eliminate multiple and competing
representations to governmental
and intergovernmental agencies all
over the world which complicate
our relationships at a time when
we need the most effective liaison
possible."
Rosenberg also pointed out that
conference with Rosenberg, H L. j one unjfieo centralized migration
Lune. executive director of the j agency t0 deal with the problems
Council of Jewish Federations and; of tne homeless, persecuted and
Welfare Funds, said the merger uprooted Jews wherever in the
would be welcomed with great en- j world ,they may be," would serve
to "eliminate the confusion now
experienced by the migrants over-
seas and by their sponsors in the
United States and in other coun-
thusiasm by the members of the
council.
Improve Services
Rosenberg declared that for sev
the Democratic administration. eral. yars- ."such- consolidation of tries as a resu)l of multiple regis-
Special Counsel to the Mayor on Jewish. services has been urged by (traUons and competing service
Labor Affairs and General Counsel
executives in intergovernmental.
mission.
force in the area of Western Ger-
many and in the Western zone of
Berlin.
This would also apply to legisla-
. tion now pending in the West Ger-
were held with both the Advisory ( man Pariiament- paSsage of which
Committee and the State legisla- was pledge(1 by the West German
tors and a widespread interpretive I Governmcnt jn its agreement with
program through press, radio, tele-, the Conference. The major pro-
ISST1!Tm."?. 'S; Gables Zionist District
abroad. We are fully convinced "po Hear Report
that the sooner this consolidation, ,. _. ...
can be achieved, the better it will! Coral Gables Zionist District w. I
be for those to whom we have a "* on Thursday evening, Febru
responsibility ary 11th. 8:1a p.m.. at the Coral
In response to questions. Rosen- j Gables Jewish tenter,
berg said the merger should ef-
fect economies in the migration
Reparations Promise
Asked at Berlin
Continued from Pagt 1 A
Mr. and Mis Abe Hurewilz. Mr
and Mrs. Morris Simon and J. Ga
field and should also provide bet bin. delegates to the Southeast Re
ter and more efficient service for! gion ZOA meeting held in Tampa
vision, women's and business clubs
was developed.
Sobeloff knew that a plan that
wasn't accepted by the legislature
would be just another theoretical
presentation of the ideal state gov-
ernment; so. as his Commission,
and their advisors, developed the
reports on the various aspects of
state government, it was Sobeloff,
himself, who steered a middle
course between Utopia and realis-
tic acceptance As a member of the
Advisory Committee of the Com-
mission, I had, the privilege of in-
timately observing the tactful dip
'lomacy and sagacity whit which the
Commission chairman by-passed
troublesome minor points without
compromising basic improvements.
It was thus that first the Legisla
the Jewish migrant and the Jewish
community.
Both Toaster and Bieringer
agreed with Rosenberg that the
consolidation will eliminate much
last week, will report on the con-
ference.
Also scheduled is the showing
.t Behind The Blockade, a feature-
film produced in Israel.
visions of the legislative agreement
affecting Nazi persecutees of all
faiths are also contained in the
Contractual Agreement signed by
the Foreign Ministers of the Unit-
ed Kingdom. France and the Unit-
ed States and Chancellor Adenauer
on May 26. 1952.
Dr. Goldmann, in his letter to
the three foreign ministers, point-
ed out that the Soviet zone has
"no legislation in any way approxi-
mating the scope and the nature
of the restitution and compensa-
tion laws now in effect in the Bonn-
ruled areas." Ho also called atten-
tion to the faet that the Bast Ger-
man Government has as yet under-
taken no obligation to the State
of Israel.
W^W-'W^V*
r'WW-WV.
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On Television Station WTY.I
i This Sunday, February 7th12:00 Noon j
"ET LIVNOT"
Musical Cantata presented by
the students of
THE HEBREW ACADEMY
At Our Sixth Annual Dinner
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Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz. president of the Hebrew Academy
Women, points to a chart depicting progress o the sixth an-
nual pictorial journal ol the Miami Beach school Looking
on during a luncheon held last week at the Sterling Hotel are
(left to right) Mrs. Jerry Sussman. Herman Eisenberg Mrs. Irv-
inq Firtel and Samuel Reinhard. Mrs. Sussman and Mrs Fu-
tel are co-chairmen of the Journal Committee Reinhard is
head of the men's Coordinating C^iM~ andI^^nr* J?
executive director of the Academy More than SlMMm ad-
vertisements already have been sold of a goal of S30.0OO._____
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5,
American Notables... Old Mordecai: The Jew of 1804
* "^* X W ______ sri.mMi.ss, the expensive Kin
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
(Horry S.'.-nonhoff's column, constituting a series entitled,
American Notables, is be.na published by ^*2^
os port of the tercenfenor, celebroi.on 0/ Jew.sh settlement ,n
the United States.-The liitors.)
Montgomerj was tho old Indii ^^SSl
meaning r. ,'
Mord. white setter of th. MtM
now A bl third civ. Col Albert .Ian h<
official historian of Alabami '
old Morde* in "' todian hul n
Stronglv impresse I, Picket wrote a full 1 I tlie
inter. I & '847. a "> ,n''
Montgomery Flag and A ThisartM
maWtja] ,., -: ue Jewish adventurer and Indian
trader, the first pioneer to plant cotton and set up a gin in
Alabama. ,
Born in 1755 in Pennsylvania of a Jewish father ana
German mother. Abram MordV rved the Revolution-
ary cause for three years in the minor campaign- of New
Jersev and Delaware. In 1783 he settled in Georgia among
the Cassuto Indians and traded merchandise for skins,
furs, snakeroot. pinkroot. and other medicinal barks. Oil
brewed bv Indian women from cracked hickory nuts was
considered a delicacy by the Spanish who u*ed it with
condiments. He sent as much a> 30 gal. ns I Go\ W omen
of New Orleans, then under the rule of S|
After the French and Spanish occupation ende.I. Mor-
decai moved to Alabama in 1789. Other newcoi
several Tories who found life unc. in
unsafe among the victi taring
Dutchman came, a- well as an English in
had deserted and brought along his
Milly became a favorite among the braves and ended up
owning a house on the creek with many horses and <
Pioneer
Abram Mordecai got along quite well. Hi- mules and
ponies strapped with bundles on the -1 ps oi their
saddles carrii d merchandise to and from Pensacola and
Augusta B tats and canoes he used for the trad.- to Mobile
nd New Orleans. In five years he was able to hire some
Spanish deserters to build for him a house ol mortar in
This kn enabled him to render great service
,es carried awV by the ^lndan
later known MKeotucky. James
,,, agenl .or Ind.an Affair-, en
andm......mWtcrod as the wh.
upon them. With his agreeable
rkable adroitness and knowlodg..... th.
1 ,,.,. he was able to ransom the wretched women and
children who had ceased te hope His name appears often
rnmenl reports and correspondence.
First Cotton Gin
With increased prosperity, Mordecai'a horizon widened.
cotton gin invented by Eli Whitney he
consulted the new agent for Indian Affairs. Col. Hawkins
heartily approved installing the first cotton gin in Ala-
bama, ins own jurisdiction. He advised setting up the gin
hou-e at the juncture of two rivers so that Indian women
could paddle their canoes full of cotton, to be exchanged
lor the articles and provisions they needed. This em-
bankmenl the property of the Hickory Creek Indians,
bo permission had to come from the chief. It was quite
expensive in 1804 to bring Lyon and Arnold from Georgia
to build and install the machine. But it all paid off when
Mordecai was able to get in New Orleans for his ginned
cotton 33 cents 1 pound, equivalent to about S2 in our
While in the French city, he paid $400 for a fine boat.
The world af Abram Mordecai suddenly crashed. One
da) in 1805, sixteen braves with hickory poles surrounded
the Spanish hacienda. Chief Towerculla (called ('apt.
- by th Whites) charged that two horses of the pale-
the young corn on red man's field. Mor-
decai offered to pay the damage, but the chief resented
the white encroachment and struck him. Mordecai, being
physical!) -iron, grabbed the Indian and was ready to
throw him over the ravine when the brave- overpowered
and heat him unmercifully with their staves. They cut
oil one ear and left him for dead. When he regained eon-
Bciousness, the expensive gin was destroyed, the v
and all his cotton reduced to ashes. \\ ll)(lk
for his powerful physique to recover, and 42 years
Col. Picket! could still see the knots on hi, body A
tile source informed the historian that the real'tainT
the beating was an affair with a comely married squa !
The raid ruined Mordecai's economy set-up, and a,aai
it was not easy to make a fresh start. With the wj"
1812. English agents stirred up the Indians, and hi
to Georgia, again enlisting for military duty. |n 1836m
were assigned out west for the Creek nation, but Motdal
in his eighties refused to follow his sons t<> \x\3A
Piekett describes hnn at 92 as intelligent, pious, no) 4T|
out scholarship, his deep hazel eyes lighting up jn J
lection of old occurrences. "Old Mordecai was heldj
universal esteem, and the villagers did everything to (
his impoverished, lonely old age.
Conflicting Estimates
In 1851, Plckett's History of Alabama appeared.
facts of Mordecai's career are substantially as in the |_
paper article written four years earlier. But the fon
tone of respect and admiration gives way to disp_
ment. Instead of the intelligent, honest, active remark
adroit pioneer, of well-formed forehead, hazel-eyed
large, expressive mouth and body well-knit, frugal
self denying, praying devoutly out of his Bible before L.
ing breakfast, the first settler to plant and gin cotton]
the State becomes a strange, darkeyed Jew amorous I
disposition and married to a squaw darkened with
blood of Ham. One cannot but feel that the historian I
given more credence to malicious slander than to hist
unbiased impressions.
Notwithstanding the historian's later slurs, the
goinery Evening Times reprinted in 1904 Picketfli
article that appeared in 1847. A special editorial devs
to Montgomery's Jewish founder comments: "No class]
our citizen! have a better right to share in the pride 1
glory of Montgomery than those of whose faith the pk
builder of remote times was an honored and useful type^
The appreciative editor advocated a monument on tsj
courthouse square to the memory of "Old Mordecai-J
noble Jew."
Israel Will Call Egypt Before Security
Council; British Angered with Seizures
Continued from Page 1 A
at length this week, expressed the
.strong belief that the United States
stood firm in support of the Se-
curity Council's 1951 resolution.
Mr. Eban conferred for an hour
and a quarter with Acting Under-
secretary of State Robert Murphy
on a number of questions involving
the Middle East When he emerg-
ed from the State Department, he
told reporters in reply to ques-
tions that "there will be develop-
ments soon" on Israel's Jordan Riv-
er development project.
Mr. Eban. who was accompanied
to the meeting by Reuven Shiloah,
Israel Minister, said that "we dis-
cussed various matters concerning
the Middle East, notably the situ-
ation with respect to the Bnot
Yaakov canal project. We exchang-
ed views on future procedure in
a very friendly spirit.
"I raised a discussion of how the
United States and Israel could con-
Form (iroup of
Friends for Israel
Continued from Page 1 A
iness and labor
UK Suggests Minority Study Be Made;
Calls for Action Against Discrimination
Cen Bennike s agreement to this
. vi At a press conference. Mr. Dono-
step b\ removing his ohicctmns to .*, ,. c -. ,
,i K .u hue said the Society provides for
the project by guaranteeing the
rights of Arab landowners in the
area.
Wedding Reception
Honors Movels
A wedding reception in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah Moyel, both
students at the University of Mi-
ami, was held Sunday afternoon at
the Tides Hotel.
Parents of the bride. Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Nathanson. 1216 Penn-
sylvania Avenue, welcomed par-
ents of the groom. Mr. and Mrs
Max Moyel. Norwich. Connecticut.
Among dinner guests present
were Jack and Etty Nathanson.
Brooklyn, New York; Max and |
Gladys Moyel. Norwich; Mrs. Am-1
old Williams and son. Mark. Brook-
lyn; Elliot Nathanson. U of M; Ar-
the first time a medium through
which Americans of all faiths can
give continuous and non-political
expression to the friendship which
exists between the two countries.
It will engage, he said, in a variety
of activities concerned with cul-
tural and intellectual interchange
between the peoples of the United
Continued from Pag* 1 A
languages." It also sugests that the
International Labor Organization
the agency to carry out a study on
discrimination in employment on
behalf of the subcommissionlike-
wise report on facts as they affect
minorities.
A third part of the resolution
refers to two draft resolutions (en-
titled "interim measures to be tak-
I
out their proposals between
and next year's session of the SdjJ
commission, when t he group tfl
decide in the light of the prelissifj
ary work done which of the stoi
should be pursued in 1955.
States and Israel. The Society will I en for tne protection of minorities
thur Moyel. Norwich; Mr and Mrs.
tinue to work together toward the' I Goldberg. Norwich: Mr and Mrs.
objective which they jointly upheld P- Wise, Philadelphia. Pennsylva-
in the Security Council in finding. ma.
conditions to solve the problem .af- i Other guests included Mr. and
be supported by membership dues
and voluntary contributions and
will not engage in fund raising for
other purposes.
The Society. Mr. Donohue added,
"has been brought into being by
a group of American leaders of all
faiths and in many lines of endeav-
or who believe that there is need
for a non-sectarian, non-political
all-American organization to work
for the fullest interchange of ideas
and cultural material between the
oldest and youngest of the world's
present-day democracies. We hope
that it will help Americans to a
new appreciation of the culture of
feeting completion of the canal Mrs. H. Selcer. Miami; Mr. and Mrs. I ?, t encourage the people of
project." he reported. I M. Freed, Brooklyn; Dr. B. Vaien-1l a bettC1' understand
Mr. Eban also disclosed the "re-' taijus, U of M; Mr. and Mrs. J. Seif.
cent intensification" by Egypt of U of M; Mr. and Mrs. I). Feldman.
its blockade of Israel-bound ship- U of M; Mr. Larry Mitnick, U of M;
ping at the Suez Canal and at the Mr. and Mrs S. Mitnick. Miami
port of Eilat, Mr. Eban said. Mr. Beach; Mrs. L Kutrz. Miami Beach;
Murphy was understood to have Mr and Mrs. E. Stone. Coral Gab-
assured Mr. Eban that the United les: and Mr and Mrs. I) Engelberg.
States stood firm in support of Miami Beach.
the Security Council's 1951 resolu-
tion against the Egyptian blockade.
Later, Mr. Eban had a confer-
ence with Henry A. Byroade, As-
sistant Secretary of State for Mid-
dle East Affairs, with whom he dis-
cussed political and economic ques-
tions arising in the Middle Bast,
including some of the issues he had
previously gone over with Mr. Mur-
phy.
In another diplomatic move this
Week, Premier Moshe Sharett
wrote Maj. Gen. Vagn Bennike
United Nations truce chief propos-
ing meetings to resume discussion
of Israel's hydroelectric propect at
Bnot Yaakov.
Israel halted work on the project
pending the Security Council's ur-
gent consideration of the Syrian
complaint against the work in the
demilitarized zone but now feels
it is free to resume work in view
of the failure of the Council to take
action as a result of the Soviet
veto of the majority resolution. Is-
rael, however, wishes to secure
ing of America and its way of life.
The Society will seek to interpret
the spiritual tradition and demo-
cratic heritage that binds the two
nations together and to give added
meaning to the unity of purpose
that characterizes
peoples "
freedom loving | and travel.
The three
and "effective measures for the
protection of minorities") adopted
by the subcommission at earlier
sessions and now considered no
longer adequate, and decides that
the subcommission will consider
these matters at a future session.
The subcommission appointed
three of its members to prepare
proposals on the carrying out of
three contemplated studies of dis-
crimination.
Hernan Santa Cruz of Chile was
appointed to find the best proced-
ure for investigating discrimina-
tion in the exercise of the political
rights proclaimed in the Universal
Declaration of Human' Rights.
Judge Philip Halpern of the US
was asked to consider means of
investigating discrimination in re-
ligious practices Jose Ingles of the
Philippines will be responsible for
suggesting way* to study discrimin-
ation in emigration, immigration
Tetley Is Favoi
Tea A bou 1 Towi
In excursions around
visiting with Jewish housewiva]
local grocery stores and t
stations where Jewish la
programs are broadcast, wh
the subject turns to tea, the 1
tion is often asked: "What is 1
family's favorite and why?"
It is understandable that
varied opinions are given But (
of all the answers, one very 1
conclusion can be drawn, and I
is that Tetley Tea is an out*
ing favorite. Now. the reason!
Tetley's popularity may be d*i|
the fact that this famous brand I
been used in Jewish homes
generations preference Pj
down from mother to daughter
On Ue other hand. howevw.M
was found that grandmothers.]
well as brides, use just about j
same words in describing why I
prefer Tetley Tea: "Such
flavor Such fragrant aromijl
rich color ... So consistent
members will work' uniform in quality "
Arthur Godfrey (at speaker's rostrum) add ^" ssbsibsbsssssssbm"
ness and Professional Division. Shown a. hTcTxabl^!!!? t0"^1 ^ 0penina dinner Combined Jewish ApH
ness and Professional Division chairman^ Carf Weinkle Sff *??"*** MX Sha^- Blank' ***,1 H*Mto*
general campaign chairman. Jack. Brass and Rabbi W>h Nn\dT ** Grea,er Miami >w*h Federation. Aaron **JJ
001 Joseph Narot. Over 400 Division Worker, pledged to go over f
the driT for $1,491,806.


L.viTFRRUARY 5, 1984
*JewMlh**towi
PAGE 15 A
rcan tile Bank Control Changes
lands for Reported $3,500,000 Sum
1
Broad
|VeW owners of the 23-year-old
urrantilP National Bank of Miami
LTat 420 Lincoln Road are
Shepard Broad,
attorney and fi-
nancier; A b r a -
ham L and Jos-
eph Mailman,
brothers who
have extensive
Canadian indus-
trial holdings;
and Joseph
Weintraub, attor-
ney and presi-
dent of the Am-
erican Title and
ranee Company.
Control "f the bank changed
jdj I,,-] week in what is report-
to be one of the largest all-cash
saction- in Greater Miami his-
_ $3,500,000.
Former owners are Benjamin N.
me, chairman of the bank Board,
id Harcie I.iberman, bank vice
>jdent and Miami Beach city
oncilman The bank was found-
by the late Philip Liberman,
her of the councilman, in 1931.
According to a statement by Lib-
ian following the announcement
sale, he and Kane will remain
jth the financial institution in an
Ivisory capacity. Under the new
angement. Broad, who is foun-
and Mayer of Bay Harbor Is-
ds. become-, president.
A L Mailman is Board chair-
1/
man, with Weintraub acting as vice
chairman.
Named directors were Gordon
Robertson, president of the Bank
of Hollywood; Joseph Mailman;
Samuel J. Halperin, Beach real es-
tate man; Eugene Schwabach. Hol-
lywood banker: Daniel Broad, Mi-
ami Beach; and Kane.
A long time associate of Broad,
Kane said here that he as "every
confidence in the new owners."
Fascell to Speak
Weekly luncheon meeting of Mi-
ami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith, will
be held on Tuesday. February 9th,
12:15 p.m., at the National Hotel.
Hon. Dante B. Fascell, State Repre-
sentative from Dade County, will
be guest speaker.
I. R. Goodman Hadassah
To Moot Wednesday
The next regular meetinug of
the I. R. Goodman Group of Ha-
dassah will be held Wednesday
evening. 8:30 p.m.. at the Johnina
Hotel, according to Miss Lillian
Goodman, president.
The film. Cinema Night With
Hadassah, will highlight the pro-
gram.
Miss Lillian Marks, education
chairman, will report on the pro-
gress of the Study Group. Miss
Frances Lcbon, American affairs
chairman, will give a resume of
current events in the United States.
Wise Hadassah Card Party
The Stephen S, Wise Group of
Hadassah will have its weekly min-
yon card game for Youth Aliyah
at the Monte Carlo Hotel on Thurs-
day. February 11th. 1 p.m.
PERSONALLY SPEAKING
ax. lab. Vei Are
oslur. Parve
I In recognizing Jewish preference
|r kosher products. Colgate-Palm-
live, one of America's oldest and
peatest makers of cleaning prod-
-K has formulated a special pub-
relations policy in presenting
Ajax. Fah and Vel to Jewish
HiMwtvea all over America.
I These three products are, of
Jurse. everything the Jewish worn-
needs in kitchen, laundry and
^throom for all dishes, utensils,
fcelain and li^ht and heavy laun-
whiles and colors.
[lim.-, by rvtatninff Jtrirt-Jl|6-
Inical supervision and obtaining
losher and Parve Certification.
olgate-Palmolive now suggests
P Ajax. Fab and Vel make it
fy to he "a star housewife." To
bnform to kashruth requirements
I symbolized by the Star of David,
pe Jewish housewife simply con-
nes her total cleaning needs to
["her and Parve Ajax, Fab and
lei.ST.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Si mm-, of]
2110 SW 16th Street, announce the I
arrival of Mrs. Simms' sister, Mrs.
David Schoenberger, of Brooklyn,
New York, for an extended Miami
visit.
it it it
Mrs. Edith E. Broida, of 1455
Michigan Avenue, graduated this
week cum laude from the Univer-
sity of Miami Law School. Kappa
Beta Pi, legal sorority, presented
Mrs. Broida with the organization's
Scholastic Award for having attain-
ed the highest rating of any woman
in the UM Law School. The former
case note editor of, the Miami Law
Quarterly and associate editor of
the Barrister has a 10-year-old
daughter, Stacie Lee.
it it it
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tokayer, of
6160 SW 16th Terrace, will hold
open house on Sunday from 3 to
6 p.m. The occasion will be a
double celebration, acting as a
house warming and marking the
Tokayers' first wedding anniver-
sary. Among honored guests will
be Mr. Tokayer's parents who are
flying here from New York to cele-
brate their 29th wedding anniver-
sary at the same time.
it it. it
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard M., Glasser
have just returned from a 10-day
visit to Baltimore and New York.
Mr. Glasser, Miami Beach archi-
tect, is currently designing a mod-
ern residence in Baltimore.
it it it
There's a new baby daughter for
Joy and Hank Dreyfus. Her name
is Andra Todd, and she arrived at
Morrell Hospital, Lakeland, Flor-
ida, on January 30th. Mrs. Drey-
Schwartz to Open
Gerald Schwartz, until recently
a partner in the BiUig & Schwartz
organization, announces the open-
ing of his own
public relations
firm, with offic-
es at the One
Lincoln Road
Building and at
2 9 0 4 Biscayne
Boulevard.
Schwartz is ac-
tive in many pro-
fessional and civ-
ic organizations
and is a member $enworfI
of the City of Mi-
ami Beach Planning Board. He is
director of evacuation of the Miami
Beach-Golden Beach civil defense
district and a trustee of the Uni-
versity of Miami's Alpha Omega
Chapter of Zeta Beta Tau Fratern-
ity.
A graduate of the University of
Miami and North Carolina State
fus is the former Joy' Davison,
daughter of Kitty and Carl Dav-
ison, 905 16th Street. Hank's par-
ents are Paula and Milton Dreyfus,
of 3415 Sheridan Avenue.
it it it
Mr. and Mrs. Max Davis, of 25
North Shore Drive, Miami Beach,
will celebrate their 25th wedding
anniversary on February 14th. The
Davis', with their daughter, Enid,
have been residents of Miami
Beach for many years and previous
to that were winter visitors from
their home town, Chicago, Illinois.
it it it
Mr. and Mrs. Morton R. Fellman,
of 2340 SW 51st Court, Miami, an-
nounce the birth of their son, Bar-
ry Lorin, at Doctors Hospital on
January 25th. Grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Max Newman, of Mi-
ami Beach, and Mrs. Gussie Fell-
man, Miami.
it Mrs. Daniel Broad, Mrs. Samuel
Masor, Mrs. Emanuel Silberman
and Mrs. Benjamin Appel surpris-
ed Mrs. Harry Danziger with a
luncheon on January 27th at the
Algiers Hotel in honor of her
birthday. Another honored guest
was her sister, Mrs. Milton Rosen-
thai, who is vacationing here.
Among invited guests were Mrs.
Hannah Cohen, Mrs. Max Green-
berg, Mrs. Benjamin Hammerman,
Mrs. Trudy Hammershlag, Mrs.
Irving Chidnoff, Mrs. Harry Kram-
rish and Mrs. Ada Gasman.
New Firm Here
College, Schwartz, is an active mem-
ber of the Public Relations Soci-
ety of America, the American Pub-
lic Relations Association, the Gov-
ernment Public Relations Associ-
ation, the National Publicity Coun-
cil and the Florida Public Rela-
tions Association.
He also is a member of the Great-
er Miami Chapter of the American
Marketing Association, the Adver-
tising Club of Greater Miami, the
National Industrial Advertisers As-
sociation, the American Institute of
Management and the Advertising
Federation of America.
Schwartz served as publicity di-
rector of the Third US Army in
Germany in 1946 and 1947 and op-
ened his own office her in 1949.
For more than a year he was
Florida public relations director
for the State of Israel Bond cam-
paign. Schwartz is a member of
the Junior Chamber of Commerce,
Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
merce, Elks, Optimir-ts, Jewish War
Veterans and the American Legion.
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JIAMI. FLORIDA
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5. 1954
SEC. B
loviet Russia Role at UN a Puzzle
By ARTHUR LEWIS
I Jewish Telegraphic Agemcy
DOTED NATIONS The Sov-
; arc often a puzzle. What did
Imc Minister Churchill say of
Im_;i mystery wrapped in an
Igma"" Well, that just about de-
Jjbes their policy as far as Pales-
. js concerned here at the Unit-
Nttkffls. After refusing to go
Lg with the Western Powers in
Luring Israel for the Kibya in-
lent, they abstained on the con-
mnatory resolution. The Soviets
I the opposite on the question of
B*not Jacov Canal and the Jor-
River Hydro-electric Scheme
.. sided with the Arabs.
For weeks, for months, Andrei
fhiiwky sal silent in the Secur-
lairs Exhibition
hree exhibitions of diverse in-
ert will open in the Lowe Gal-
on the I niversity of Miami
tin empus next week, with the
ciil members' preview on Feb-
^ry 11th. 8 p.m.
Prabably one of the most im-
lart exhibitions of the year will
| the retrospective showing of 40
rks by Anvdeo Modigliani, in
kding a sculpture, Stone Head.
ere will be more than 20 paint-
of the American scene by 20
ung Italian artists, commissioned
| Princess Artchil Gourielli, bet-
known as Helena Rubinstein.
id in direct contrast to these
deras, there will also be exhibit-
|some 20 paintings by the north-
masters (if the 15th century.
the main gallery will be the
bsual collection of Italian paint-
Is commissioned by Mme. Rubin-
fin when she was in Rome last
ch. The 20 young artists were
kuested to portray, entirely from
imagination, what appealed to
Im most about the American
everal ol the artists are already
bwn in this country, others are
w achieving recognition in Italy.
eir subjects embrace such Amer-
scenes as the Brooklyn bridge,
z New York, baseball, oil and
Mississippi Delta.
Ml three exhibitions will remain
Ithe gallery until February 28th.
plowing ihe preview Thursday
ning. the gallery will be open
Ithe public on Tuesday through
furday. hi a.m. to S p.m., Fri-
evening. 7 to 9:30; Sunday, 2
[3 p.m.; closed Monday.
^H IT
W. Wunach, president of
., Amencan Technion Soci-
ry. has announced the for-
Uo" '?' a Patent and Rt>
^fch Committee to assist Is-
* inventors and make
Ljmericcn inventions avail-
Re to Israel industry. The
wmmittee was formed with
cooperaUon of the Jewish
Nency ,0r Palestine ^
aav1Sory pa^^ attorn
HtfeT A Ba*kin- f Coral
ity Council. During the whole of i
the Kibya debate, he said nothing
except on such a purely procedural ;
matter as when the next meeting
was going to be held. During most
of the hydroelectric scheme debate,!
which ran conurrently with the
Kibya debate, he kept his counsel, |
listening politely to the others
speak, and only writing his letters
and reading his I'ravda during the
consecutive translations, for Mr.
Vishinsky is a stickler for diploma
tic etiquette and expects others to
listen to him when they may not be
particularly interested, and, in-
deed, will call them to order if they
appear to be dozing off or even
looking vacant.
Then, when the Western Powers
had submitted their resolution and
the debate was thought to be near-
ly over, Mr. Vishinsky suddenly
Intervened. He agreed with the
criticisms of the resolution pre-
viously made by the Pakistani and
Lebanese delegates, and condem-
ned the eleventh paragraph of the
resolution, t h e operative para-
graph, which he said was unsatis-
factory that it could not be amen-
ded. To put it plainly, what he was
doing was backing up the Arab
stand that the work in the demili-
tarized zone could not be resumed
without the agreement of both
sides. In fact, he said so; he said
that there must be Syrian consent.
As such consent would not be
forthcoming. Mr. Vishinsky was
really opposing the building of the
canal and the hydro-electric proj-
ect.
Why did he do this? Why did he
suddenly switch from benevolent
neutrality as far as Israel was con-
cerned to hostilityand over the
construction of a canal? This was
not Mr. Vishinsky' whim; Soviet
delegates seldom if ever act on
their own, and, in this instance,
Mr. Vishinsky made it clear thai
he was carrying out the instruc
tions of his government. Further-
more, he repeated his objections to
the resolution in a second inter-
vention during the debate.
Several reasons are put forward
by observers here. It may be a quid
pro quo The Arabs are part of a
group which has taken a neutral
stand in the Cold War, and of all
he Arabs, the Syrians have been
the most friendly disposed toward
the Soviets. So. Mr. Vishinsky's ac-
tion may be payment in kind.
Another view is that the Soviets
are opposed to any great construc-
tion project in the Middle East.
They are known to be worried
about the so-called TVA hydro-
electric scheme for the region, and
they may be afraid that the B*not
Jacov Canal may become part of a
large over-all power project serv-
ing not only Israel but other Arab
states.
There is a tendency to look for
deep motives as far as the Soviets
are concerned, and one explanation
of their opposition to the resolu-
tion is that they are afraid that
it would set a precedent for action
in other demilitarized zones, par-
ticularly the Korean demilitarized
zone. They would be opposed to
any work being conducted in the
latter without the consent of both
sides. Perhaps, that is going too
far, but no one counts it out for
no one is sure about the Soviets.
Ancient Relics Found
Among Ruins of Israel
JERUSALEM (ISI) The dis-
covery of ancient relics throughout
Israel continues to be made by Is
raelis going about their day-to-day
affairs and by archeologists com-
missioned by the Israel Depart-
ment of Antiquities and private
foundations.
Burial grounds of the Early
Bronze Age were discovered near
the village of Ein Hanatziv in the
valley of Beth Sha'an by workers
installing water pipes. Although
the graves uncovered were plun-
dered in ancient times, some pot-
tery of the period still remains.
A large tomb containing two
superimposed layers of burials was
discovered by workers near the set-
tlement of Barkai in the Wadi Ara.
The higher level is of the second
phase of the Middle Bronze Age.
The lower layer, which contains
numerous inhumations and hun-
dreds of pottery vessels as well as
some jewelry, belongs to the tran-
jsition period from the late Chal-
colithic to the Early Bronze Age.
Continued excavations at Beth
Yerah. in the valley of Beth
Sha'an, have uncovered several
I rooms west of the Synagogue on
the northern part of the tel. Water
and sewage systems connected to
this building have also been ex
posed. On the southern and west-
ern edges of the tel, investigation
of the fortifications were contin-
ued and additional water systems
of the Early Bronze Age and the
Middle Bronze Age were uncover-
ed. These latter were repaired and
used for defense purposes during
the Hellensitic period A pottery
support for cooking pots of the
Early Bronze Age was found dur-
ing these excavations.
Local youth digging on the site
of the Astart Temple near Nahar
iye. on the coast north of Haifa.
discovered four oil lamps which
are thought to be the forerunners
of the present candelabrum for the
Chanuka festival. The lamps con-
sist of six jar-like oil containers
fixed in a circle around a seventh
and they are twenty centimeters
in diameter. Local archeologists
estimated that the lamps date from
1650 BCE.
In the Judaean foothills, tele-
phone engineers found an orna-
mental mosaic and an ancient wine-
press, both estimated to be some
1,500 years old. A mausoleum,
2.000 years of age. was uncovered
together with clay pots and bronze
ornaments apparently buried with
the dead at Hadera in the northern
Sharon plain.
The excavation of several tumuli
near the village of Ora, in the hills
of Jerusalem, has revealed sherds
that suggest that these tumuli be-
long to the period of the Kings
of Judah (ninth to sixth century,
BCE). Near Beersheba, workmen
digging the foundations for a new
housing project exposed brick
buildings on stone bases which ar-
cheologists place as dating back
to the fourth century BCE. The
floors of the buildings were inlaid
with elaborate mosaic designs
showing a menorah. shofar, esrog
and lulav.
Two tombs of ihe Hellenistic
period were discovered by workers
engaged in the installation of a
sewage system for a new housing
project near Acre. A fortress from
the Hellenistic period has been dis-
covered by workers in Bnei Brak
near Tel Aviv.
At the renewed excavations of
thermae of ancient Tiberias near
the football ground there, several
rooms paved with colored mosaics
were uncovered. They show the
remains of animal and plant pat-
terns. Near the hypocaust uacov-
The Apartment House Division of the 1954 Combined Jewish
Appeal will be headed by veteran campaigner Dan Broad
(right) assisted by Irving Schatzman as co-chairman. Shown
with Broad is general chairman Aaron M. Kanner. More than
1,500 apartment houses will be solicited in this year's drive.
Broad has announced.
Godfrey Given Ovation at CIA Division
Kickoff; Leaders Tell Campaign Needs
An overflow audience of 425
guests paid tribute to Arthur God-
frey last week at Miami Beach for
"selfless service to your fellow
men" at the opening dinner of the
Combined Jewish Appeal Business
and Professional Division.
Godfrey, who flew to Miami from
New York between daily radio and
television shows to attend the din-
ner at the Saxony Hotel, was pre-
sented with a hand wrought silver-
covered Hebrew Bible by Carl
Weinkle, Federation president.
Delayed enroute to Miami by bad
weather and late for the dinner.
Godfrey received a standing ova
Wemklt an* CtiUty
tion from the business and profes-
sional leaders in the dining room,
when he limped in on crutches. He
left after the dinner to fly back to
New York.
Presenting the award. Weinkle
said, "We are thrilled and pleased
to honor you for what you mean to
millions of Americans regardless of
race, color or creed." Weinkle told
Godfrey the Bible was a "token
of this evening, a product of Israel
and the handiwork of people in
that young and vigorous country "
He said it was written "in the anci-
ent tongue of that land our
people have fought and died for
it. and we are glad to share it with
men of good will everywhere."
Accepting the unique humanitar
ered last year, a large underground
cistern supported by a number of
columns has been unearthed. Sev-
eral stages of the occupation of
and repairs to this building may be
seen. The building appears to have
; been established in the late Mish-
i naic (second century CE) period.
but was still in use in early Arab
* times.
Workmen dynamiting in a quar-
! ry in the Emek Jezreel brought to
light a Roman milestone indicating
the 70th mile from the Biblical
city of Beth Sha'an. Fragments of
other Roman milestones with il-
legible inscriptions were also
found in the vicinity.
Remains of a mosaic floor were
unearthed in the central Sharon.
Mosaics were found in the central
nave and southern aisle of a By-
I ian award, Godfrey expressed his
i deeo gratitude to the community
leaders and spoke warmly of his
many friends in this area. "I know
the spirit in which this was given
to me. and I accept it with deepest
gratitude. Thanks and God bless
you all."
The dinner was the opening
kickoff for Federation's Business
and Professional Division drive to
raise $770,000 more than half
the quota for the 1954 Combined
Jewish Appeal in Greater Miami,
which seeks SI.491.506 this year.
Funds are used by 54 vital welfare,
health and educational institutions
throughout the United States and
in this community. A major allo-
cation is made to the United Jew-
ish Appeal, which supports a broad
program of elief. rehabilitation
and resettlement for overseas fam-
ilies in Israel and in the Middle
East.
Sam Heiman. who heads the Bus-
iness and Professional Division,
was chairman of the evening. He
introduced Sam Blank, who des-
cribed the use CJA funds are put
to in supporting six Greater Miami
agencies He said 8.500 individuals
received aid through such services
in the six local agencies last year.
Also speaking was Jack Brass,
public relations director for He-
brew University in Jerusalem. He
compared the new nation of Israel
and its struggles to survive among
surrounding enemies to the pio-
neer American colonists and their
fight for freedom. He urged that
America not let Israel "stand
alone."
Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth Da-
vid Congregation, delivered the in-
vocation and Rabbi Joseph Narot.
Temple Israel spiritual leader, of-
fered the benediction. The pro-
gram committee included a group
of outstanding business executives
headed by Heiman. Blank. William
D. Singer. Howard Kane. Samuel
C. Levenson, Max Orovitz. Jacob
Sher, John Serbin, Aaron M. Kan-
ner. Dan Ruskin and Stanley C.
Myers. Kanner is general cam-
paign chairman of the 1954 Drive
fifth to sixth century. Though
large parts were destroyed in anci-
ent times, some fragments still
show geometrical and floral pat-
terns, together with the major
parts of three Greek inscriptions.
Work has been renewed at Jeru-
salem's Sanhedria quarter where
an additional group of rock-cut
tombs is being cleared. These
tombs date from the late phase of
the period of the Second Temple.
i Intermarriage Discussed
Dr. David Rothenberg. practicing
, psychologist, will discuss intermar-
riage and its effects on a happy
1 marriage at the next meeting of
the intercollegiate Zionist Federa-
\ tion of America Sunday. February
8th, 8 p.m., at Beth David Syna-
zantine Church da.liug.Irom the gogue. 2625 SW 3rd Avenue.



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FRIDAY, FEBRIUdv
5.


,
Mayors Proclaim
Junior Hadassah
Week in Miami
Mayors Harold Shapiro, of Miami
Beach. Abe AronovitZ "f Miami,
and David H. Hendrick, Jr, of
Coral Gables, this week proclaimed
Hie week >! February lt to
<^ii,^^^^^tf^J^yl^^ttW-W*ek. thus
laiinchini: a city-wide membership
campaign by Junior Hadassah. the
Vming Women's Zionist Organiza-
tion of America.
Mayors Shapiro. Aronovitz and
Hendrick stated: "It is with pride
that we designate February 1st to
February 9th. as Junior Hadassah
Week. In the 33 years of it- exifi
tence. Junior Hadassah has de-
voted itself to efforts which foster
and protect democracy at home
and abroad."
A membership affair was held
Thursday in the Pan American
Room of the Blackstone Hotel.
Shown was The Story Of Our Vil-
lage, a movie photographed re-
cently in Israel at Junior Hadas-
suh's Children's Village.
Principal speaker was Mrs Irwin
Weinstein, Educational Institute
chairman of Senior Hadassah
Greetings were by Mrs. Samuel Z.
Sakrais, president oi the Miami
Chapter of Senior Hadassah, and
Mesdames Abraham Cassel and
Benard Wayne. Junior-Senior Re
lations chairmen,
Committee working on Junior
Hadassah Week are Elaine Golf-
son, president of the unit; Wilma
Shulman, membership chairman;
Ona Kaplan, program chairman;
and Elaine Schwartzman, Judy
Waj tie and Ruthe Dixon,
There will I meeting
ol til.- unit on Tuesday, Februarj
8:15 p.m.. al the Coral Ga-
bles Jewish (inter.
Bal Harbor Bank to Open February 15th;
Ruskin, Dr. Peiser, Turchin are Directors
Linda III inrn
Wins 1'ontvst
Miss I.inda Brown, a student at
Miami Beach High School and
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Brown,
won the regional
story-telling con-
test for B'nai
B'rith Girls at a
conv ention of
the Florida area
recently held in
Jacksonville.
Miss Judy Sol-
loway, also of Mi-
ami Beach, won
the regional dis-
cusion con test,
with Miss Bar-
bara Forstner Brown
taking second place. Miss Ruth
Stybil received second honors in
the story-telling bouts.
First and second place winners
will represent the Florida region
at a district convention scheduled
for this coming summer.
Mrs. Harry Jacobson
Mrs. Jacobson Will Address
Temple Israel Sisterhood
Meeting Tuesday Afternoon
The Sisterhood of Temple Ism
Miami, will ''' Harry
Jacob- Bt of
the Nation "iple
Sisterh i Is
meeting oi : 9th.
l.iiu p.m., in K Hall.
Mrs. .'.a Des
Moines, Iowa an I is past president
ol Hist rat No 20
Sisterhood units in Iowa, Kansas,
Missouri, Nebraska, Colorado and
New Mexico She i- past president
of Temple B'nai Jashurun Sister
hood, Des Mi ines and was former-
Ij chairman ol the United Jewish
Appeal there.
In observance of Jewish Music
Month, i antor Jacob Bornstein, of
Temple Israel, accompanied bj
Mrs Louis Adler, will sii
Sisterhoods ol congregations in
Coral Gables and Miami Beach
have been invited to attend the
meeting. A reception will follow
the program
The National Bank of Bal liar
bor will open on February I5th,
with business being conducted In
Dm bank's tamporarj headquarters
al 9700 Collins .\\. nue
Greater Miami's newe:t
i W||fBi*spiwfr-^r^'wu oi
: funds, all subscribed and
paid in, according to Charles L
Sr.. Miami Beach I man
and president elected at an or-
ganizational meeting oi stockhold-
ers las) week.
Charles I. Clements. Jr. ( atch
rberrell and Kenneth C. (Jit
lord were named vice presidents
Assistant vice president is John II
Mac< allum. with John C. C.ibbs
ii.,mi d cashier
The bank's three new directors
listed following the stockholders'
meeting are Dr. Kurt Peiser. Ben
Turchin and Daniel B. Ruskin.
Ruskin this week indicated that
the new Bal Harbor commercial in-
stitution will "cater to the needs
I North End," while telling The
Jewish Floridian that construction I
of a permanent building will soon ;
led across the street from,
the bank's temporary headquarters!
on a triangle facing Collins Av-
enue,
Ruskin is honorary president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa
wi
tip
m.
a
mi
Dr. Kurt Peiser
JCRS Group to Meet
Mrs. Herman Schoenfeld. presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Auxil-
iary to the Jewish Consumptives'
Relief Society, will preside at a
meeting on Wednesday evening,
February 10th. 8 p.m.. in the Du-
pont Building, Collins Avenue and
28th Street. Discussion will con-
cern itself with the group's forth-
coming donor dinner dance slated
for the Beachcomber on February
28th. Mad Hatters' Party will con-
clude the program.
Sm \ neriea First
-oiiiisi \ow on
Opening of the third annual See
America First state-wide essay
contest to all public, parochial and
accredited high schools was an-
nounced by Louis Esloe, regional
director of the event for the Hotel
Greeters of America, Tropical
Charter No. 19, of South Florida.
The contest, which started for all
Florida counties on February 1st.
is open to all 9th grade students]
ending at midnight. February 28th.
Rules for the contest are as fol-
lows:
All essays are limited to 250
words or less, with theme of the
contest. See America First. Each
contestant must furnish name,
home address, city and county, age.
name of teacher and school Es-
says must be sent to Louis Esloe,
Regional Director of SAF. 330 -
86th Street, Miami Beach.
First prize is | week's vacation
at a luxurious ocean front hotel
for winner and companion, trans-
portation to and from Miami Beach
for winner only, sightseeing tours.
theater tickets and other prizes
Second prize is the same but will
not include transportation to and
from Miami Beach or Miami.
tion. a member' of the UniveVsity
of Miami Advisory Committee, di-
rector in the local Heart Associa-
| tion. vice president of the Mount
Sinai Hospital Board of Trustees
and belongs to Mahi Shrine and
Elks. He is also a trustee at Tem-
ple Israel, co-owner of Public Gas
Company and secretary treasurer
of Alfred Destin Company which
recently merged with Ma.ile Indus-
tin -.
Dr Peiser is director of the Food
Fair Foundation, A former vice
president of the University of
Pennsylvania) he has a distinguish-
ed record in civic and philanthropic
having been affiliated
with charitable, social service and
Pageant at Temple ^mai
on Friday, February 12th. from
n t" ) p m a pagyanl i ntitled, Jew-
ish Traditions Through Song And
Symbol, Will presented to hun-
dreds of members and represents
tnes from the various civic groups,
organizations, ministerial leaders,
from the city of Hollywood, West
Hollywood, Dania and Hallandale
at Temple Sinai Rabbi David Sha-
piro announced that the day will
be set aside for an all-day Seminar
on Judaism, followed by evening
services, in which ministers from
various denominations in the area
will participate.
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west and in Phiiadeiph, "
many years he was a key
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Turchin is a Mlailll
cier and former owner ,7,
Isle Hotel ntro(l
Ruskin. Dr ,.,,.,r
w.li constitute the f^iard Jl
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Therrell. Robert c
George B. Storer, Kred F I
Robert A. Peterson.; Staj
Whitman, August Geigtr'
Sefcott, Harold A. steaid
Blackburn.
The bank's capital struct,
sists of $500,000 of stock
surplus and SI00.000
profits.
Kadimah Chapter ]
Officers to Board
The Kadimah Chapter of |
Young Judaea recently hekl
tion of members to their I
live Board.
Dick Raymer is presided
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Sirkus, secretary. Al Capj>.
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Schapiro,
celebrated
Schapiro
parentage.
IM who will appear here with
miversitv of Miami Symphony
CTHeitor Villa-Lobos.
^conductor, on February 14th
| Miami Beach
jjjtorium a n c
(February 15th
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jitorium. ha;
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In Europe, the
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performance
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critics a n d|
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n of Russian
vale graduate of the Moscow
Iservatory and a student of two
| teachers. Joseph Sliwinski of
jk), and the Russian composer
I pianist. Nicholas Medtner, his
i musical background has been
foundation of his successful
er.
|a rare blend of virtuosity with
Ifound musicianship"such was
comment of Pierre Monteux,
fcer whose baton Maxim Scha-
appeared with the San Fran-
Symphony Orchestra for six
essive seasons.
Be appeared as soloist with the
York Philharmonic, the Chi-
Symphony, San Francisco
fphony. New York National
hestral Association, the Van-
l\er. BC Symphony, the Hono-
lulu Symphony, as well as with
the Stockholm Symphony Orches-
tra, the Orchestra Radio-Sym-
phonique in Paris and the Israel
Philharmonic Orchestra.
A masterly chamber music play-
er, he has appeared as guest artist
with many notable groups! the
Budapest Quartet, the Paganini
Quartet, the Pascal Quartet, the
Pasquier Trio and many others.
Schapiro's concert tours took
him several times through the
North American continent, to
Central and South America,
Europe and the Middle East.
Trne to his conviction that "ar-
tists, like kings, must serve," Mr.
Schapiro has a deep interest in all
problems confronting this world
and contributes to his society in
many and various ways. His educa-
tional and cultural background is
as extensive as his musical reper-
toire. A graduate of the Law School
of Moscow University, a student
of philosophy at Freiburg Univer-
sity, a psychologist who made his
studies in this field under Alfred
Adler, founder of the Viennese
School of individual psychology, an
accomplished linguist who com-
mands seven languages, a lecturer.
teacher and poet, he lends his ver-
satility and experience to numer-
ous organizational projects which
appeal to his social instincts.
He is founder and chairman of
the Institute of Contemporary
American Music under the sponsor-
ship of the Hartt Musical Founda-
tion; he has conducted lectures for
the Symphony Forum of the San
Francisco Bay Area universities
University of California, Stanford
University, Mills College and Uni-
versity of San Franciscohe has
been associated as visiting teacher
with the Hartt School of Music in
Hartford, Connecticut.
He has conducted numerous
Master Classes and has functioned
as adjudicator for numerous music
contests. Mr. Schapiro has been in-
terested and helpful in realizing
the project of exchange on a cul-
tural basis of young American and
French artists.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1954^
Henry Schultz to Address Testimonial
Dinner for Mayor Aronovitz on Sunday
Final plans have been completed
for the testimonial dinner in honor
of Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz to
be held on Sunday evening. Febru-
ary 7th, 7 p.m.. at the Starlight
Roof of the Riscayne Terrace Ho-
tel, under t h e sponsorship of
Sholem Lodf-e, B'nai Brith.
an active leader in the City of Mi-
ami in behalf of slum clearance
and the building of improved hou-
ing. Mayor Aronovitz is past presl
dent ofSholem Lodge and Florida .
State chairman of the Anti-Defama-
tion League. 1
These and other phases of Mayor 1
Aronovitz"* long career in the serv-
ice of good human relations will be
Making an official visit to Miami recounted at the dinner by Milton
to address friends of Mayor Aro- \ Friedman, local attorney and
novitz gathered for the testimonial national youth commissioner
dinner will be Honorable Henry Presentation of the plaque to
Edward Schultz. of New York, na- Mayor Aronovitz will be made bj
taonal chairman. Anti-Defamation Gilbert J. Balkin. Florida ADL
League of B'nai B'rith Mr. Schultz director.
is planning to make a major ad- Also being honored in recogni-
dress at the dinner on current na- tjon 0f their outstanding contribu
tional trends in civil liberties and tjons t0
civil rights. Greater J
Featured soloist at the dinner Burnett
will be Miss Susan Talianoff. tal- plaque
runs and Sundries Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal discuss
Prominent leaders in *e Drugs;ana ,uncheon heid at Betty's Restaurant. Shown seated,
plans for P'^[PaUf^ '",J Jarl Susskind, Leo Chaikin andiouis Fleischman. Rear Heft to
ented songstress and daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George J. Talianoff.
Talianoff is national commissioner
of the Anti-Defamation League.
years of service as chairman of the
Anti-Defamation League Commit
tee of Sholem Lodge, and Sanford
If. Swerdlin. who will be presented
representing District Grand Lodge with a special scroll certificate for
No. 5. He will introduce Schultz. his active efforts in fighting Corn-
Miss Talianoff will render several
vocal selections at the affair.
Mayor Aronovitz is slated to re-
ceive'a bronze plaque in recogni-
tion of his many years of service in
munism and advancing intergroup
understanding.
Honored guests at the testimon
ial will include members of the
Miami City Commission, members
of the Board of Dade County Com-
missioners. Miami Beach City
Council members and members of
the judiciary of Dade County
Leading in the singing will be
Marx Faber, past President of
Sholem Lodge.
Chairman of the testimonial din-
ner is Joseph A Rayvis. Serving
with him are Alan B. Kessler
Frank Jaffee. Stanley Caidin, San-
ford M Swerdlin. Gilbert J Balkin,
Edward S. Roth. Bernard New-
mark. Sidney M. Aronovitz. Ed-
ward Klein. Milton A Friedman.
William L Pallot. Burnett Roth.
George .1 Talianoff and Marvin
Rauzin.
Southern Lunvh
Set at Maters
The annual Southern Luncheon
of Brooklyn Hospital will be held
at the Algiers Hotel on Wednesday.
Februarv 17th. according to Mrs.
Sarah Holland, honorary president
of the hospital and life president
of the Ladies' Auxiliary.
This is the 13th consecutive year
that the affair has been held in
the South, with all proceeds going
to the hospital and to the Harry
Holland chapter of the Camp for
Children with Rheumatic Fever.
The camp, which is charitable.
. such camp in the douhtry. it | Academy Cantata to
is situated in Verbank. fiw York.
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt is an non-
Mayor Abe Aronoviti
the cause of good human relations
and advancing democratic under-
standing. Long a champion of hu-
man rights and freedom. Mayor
Aronoviti drafted the first com-
Oined anti-mask-cross burning or-' atze, Hapoalot.
dinance, aimed to eliminate prac- j
tices of intimidation of the Ku
Klux Klan Enacted by the Miami
City Commission in February. 1949,
the new ordinance was later adop-
ted by some 16 municipalities in
Florida and 50 municipalities
throughout the South. A number
of southern states, including Flor-
ida. Georgia. South Carolina. North
Carolina and Alabama, have en-
acted similar state statutes.
Mayor Aronovitz has also been
Card Party is Due
A card party will be held on
! Tuesday evening. February 9th.
8:15 p.m.. at Beth El Congregation
according to an announcement this
week by Mrs. Anna Seltzer, presi-
dent of the Golda Myerson Club.
Pioneer Women's Organization.
Mrs. Anna Frey will be chairman
of the at fair. Proceeds are for Mo-
Form Hebrew Speaking
Group in,Miami',
The Hebrew Speaking Group of
Greater Miami announced its steer-
ing committee at a reeent organiza-
tional meeting. .
Members include Dr. Max Lip-
kind. Rabbi and Mrs. Moshe Horo
vita, Mr. and Mrs. Saul Porush.
Mrs. Bernice Jlonig. Mr. and Mrs
Harry Perach. Mr. and Mrs. David
Friedman and Irving Shalom.
The first meeting of the organ-
ization will be held on Saturday
evening. 8 p.m.. at the hAie of Mrs.
Honig, 935 :' 8th Strfet, Miami
Beach. Dr. Lipkind wilt review re
cent literary trends in Israel,
caters to 150 children and is the
s
orary sponsor. The camp is endors-
ed by the New York Heart Associ-
ation.
Some 250 people are expected to
join in the luncheon which will
feature the singing of Miss Ruth
Rudine. A motion picture in full
color is part of the program.
Among the many sponsors of the
annual program are Mrs. Moses
Ginsberg. Mrs. Ann Robinson. Mrs.
Rhoda Levine, Mrs. Celia Mosler.
|fn Bella Goodman. Mrs. Leah
Goldman and Mrs. Mollle Schul-
man.
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12 noon. The musical cantata, writ-
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principal, will feature the 60-wice
chorus of Hebrew Academy ^u
dents. Et Livnot was a principle
part of the program of the recent
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Egyptians to Release Israel
Beef Seized at Suex Conal
TEl. AVIV (JTA) The Egyp-
tians have decided to release the
Mrgo of kosher beef destined for
uyael which they remold from
,be Italian freight*- Franca ttatfa
it Port Said several months ago,
* was learned here. The "vessel,
which put into Haifa with another
cargo of meat, will turn about and
proceed to Port Said, on the Medi-
terranean end of the Suez Canal,
to pick up the confiscated ship-
ment.
Bonk of America Grants
Loan to Jewish State
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel
has ohtained a short-term loan
from the Bank of America to cover
a number of other short-term obli-
gations which fall due this year,
Pincha- Saphir, director general of
the Israel Finance Ministry, reveal-
ed here upon his return from a
visit to the United States. Mr.
Saphir refused to reveal any de-
tails of the loan.
Court of Appeals and the first Jew
ever to fill that post, was announc-
ed here by White House spokes-
man. As Solicitor General. Judge
Sobeloff will be the Government's
representative in all litigation
pending before the Supreme Court.
WJC Urges Educational
Memorials to Ghetto Fighters
NEW YORK (JTA) To mark
the Eleventh Anniversary of the
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising on April
30th, the World Jewish Congress
has issued a call to its affiliated
organizations and Jewish commu-
nities in 65 nations to launch a
major project of enduring educa-
tional or cultural values that will
perpetuate the traditions of Juda-
ism. ,.
Israel Informs US of
Interest in Berlin Parley
WASHINGTON (JTA) The Is-'
rael Embassy has communicated
with the Department of State con-'
cerning Israel's vital interest in
the Big Four meeting at Berlin. I
Israel informed American officials
of the situation involving its claims j
agaiq'st F.ast Germany, .which ha*'
rejectlk,all approaches fo the res '
titufigfl JUp>1oii The American
Government wA advhted. too. that ;
, Israel is counting on the continued
i operation of the restitution treaty
. with the Bonn Government.
Zionists Warn Government
Against Arming Arab Nations The "Leg
CLEVELAND (JTA) The Zi-
onist Organization of America's
Distribution of Anti-Semitic
Literature to Legion Attacked
NEW YORK (JTA) Sixty
Americanism Committee chairmen
of American Legion posts in New
York State were warned against
the distribution of anti-Semitic
publications to American Legion
posts at a meeting here. Martin
B. McKneally, state chairman of
ion's Americanism Com-
mittee, told the meeting that anti-
Semitic literature was being mail
rfctionaT*AdmlnJ*tru>e" Council I *.* in.addre?1.in V"*0"- New
endorsed a statement by ZOA pre*- Jersev "It is appalling that Legion
posts are being circularized with
this material. We stand for the
idem Irving Miller warning the
United State of a "disastrous blun-
der'' which would "undermine the
major objectives of American pol-
icy" in the Middle East, if It were
to arms Arab states hostile to Is-
exact opposite of what is publish-
ed in these anti-Semitic tracts,"
he said, urging the posts to des-
troy the materiel as soon at it
Military Expert Sees Israel
Population of 2,000,000
LONDON (JTA) Israel will
have to support a population of
two million by 1960. Liet. Gen. H.
IG. Martin, military correspondent
I of the London Daily Telegraph,
I said here in a dispatch to that
. paper. Gen. Martin, who is touring
the Middle East, warned that un-
i less Israel can plough more acres,
it will have to import 80 percent
of its food in 1960 to support its
two million population.
Eisenhower Budget Provides
Economic Aid for Israel
WASHINGTON (JTA) Presi
dent Eisenhower revealed this
week the contents of the United
States budget for the fiscal year
of 1955 announcing that "with re-
spect to the Near East, the budget
provides for helping relieve the
plight of Arab refugees through
contributions to the United Na-
tions Refugee Agency, and for tech-
nical assistance and)supplementary
economic development in the Arab
states, Israef and Iran."
One Hundred Jewish DP
Families Settle in Argentina
BUENOS AIRES (JTA) One
hundred Jewish families from the
Foehrenwald camp will be admit-
ted into the Argentine for perma-
nent settlement during the next
three months by decision of Pres-
ident,. J^an, D Peron, Gen. Peron
tol'l a Jewish delegation which in-
cluded Dr. Henry Shoshkcs, repre-
senting MAS, and Dr. Ezequiel
Zabotinsky, head of the Jewish
Peronist organization, that he was
"haDDy to contribute to the ending
of the shameful and tragic epoch
ot the camps in Germany."
Beaumont Recital Slates
Three Sonatas Monday
Eugene Dubois, violinist, and
Jeffrey Stoll, pianist, will present
on Monday evening, February 8th,
8:30 p.m.. the sixth program in
this year's series of Beaumont Hail
recitals planned by the University
of Miami School of Music. Three
violin .and piano sonatas by Johan-
nes Brahms, Ludwig van Bethoven
and Cesar Fr-anck have been
chosen.
rael Rabbi Miller also pointed out ^eht"s them-
that the "announced policy of the
American Government to win Ar- Dflroff Renamed Chairman
ab friendship under the slogan of
impartiality has been followed, sig-
nificantly, by manifestations of ev
er greater hostility toward Israef
and increased tension."
Of UJA Campaign Cabinet
NEW YORK (JTA) Samuel H.
Daroff, prominent Philadelphia in-
dustrialist and philanthropic lead-
er, has agreed to serve for a sec-
ond successive term as chairman
of the National Campaign Cabinet
of the United Jewish Appeal, it
was announced by Edward M. M.
lurg, general chairman of the
Daroff will assume his post
See Early Senate Approval of
Judge Sobeloff Appointment
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
Senate is expected to give speedy
confirmation to the appointment of i
Simon E. Sobeloff as Solicitor Gen"W eral of the United States. The ap*[rv# February 19th through 21st
pointment of Judge Sobeloff, now at a National Inaugural Conference
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8 p.m., according to an announce-
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FRIDAY. FEBHUAPV
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Greater Miami's
Synagogue Directory
Ever. Or-
CORAL OABLES JEWISH CEN- ices at 8:30 p.m Subject of his J" A.udjth ><-->*\ ITS&STfcS
TlVSl hold Fnday evening serv- mon is: Building Th.' Tben,acte.
ices at 8:15 p.m Rabbi Morris Shop The Oneg Shabbat follo^.ng f.M
will officiate and discuss: The Ar- be sponsored b> Mrs. Racnae ue
chitect Submits His Plans. The vin Saturday morning sen ice* are
Oneg Shabbat following will be at 9 a.m. Junior ^'^'llJ\
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Ham" 11 am. when the Rabbi a-
Plaskoff 6437 S\V 10th Street students of the Religiou> School
Their son. Martin, will become Bar M.ncha to at 5:30 p m followed b>
Mitzvah during Saturday morning Maariv and a dtocussion
services at 9:45 a.m. Cantor Irving Weekly Portion.
Robinson will render the musical
of the
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Fridav evening senices at
8.15 p.m.. with Rabbi Max Shapiro
portions of the liturgy.
*
TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m. dedicated to Hadas ciat.ng 1 he choir will as
sah Sabbath Rabbi David Shapiro service under the Onetm
will officiate and discuss: The Heal- nan, DonneM-a. Subject of Rabbi
ing Of My People The Oneg Shab- Shapiro- sermon to: WtatNo
bat following will be sponsored by Floral tiering will be b> Mr. and
Hadavsah Cantor Joseph W Malek Mrs George Burney and Mr and
and the Temple Choir, under the Mrs Irvtaj tor. Sa
direction of Rev Mordechai Haal mornir- -
B.^rAv,d,:-,"jyibb8M S..-P1-.
ConMrvatlr*. !Jj o >ru *"*
firtho-lox. Sul-311 Wll Ave M V.
Beth Shoiom Rabbi Leon Krenlab.
BJih Tfi..h-itaM.1. .in-.-1'ti R ';;
. On lodox, IIS BurtM Lva.,
C.*r.'.'c'.^.-R^bl Morri, M
Downtown Synagogue ''l" \1' "
. ,. ihodox, 11 i NW IW r\V<
FlaaVw-GranadaRevarend L*o Halm,
cSnaarvatlva, M NW Hat Place,
ni.
and Cantor Maunce Mamch,, offl- ,,, ^^'Zi 1??"*^ lit
rial in the H,i'leth;M,tml spring, Rabbi Harn
arvaUva, 151 I- <">
at 9 a in
Ettlngar, rani
11 '''h ,,
Israelite Center Rabl
, vallve,
?tth Ter Miami.
Knet.th iti-aal-Kabb Abraham < -
.. Orti odox, 1411 Bu< lw *\va,
M.mimch' -Rat bl Inrliif Lahrmam.
1701 Wart Ava M B
Rabbi Blmon
i| Morton
II sw
Mishna Mincha is at 5:48 p.m., in-
cluding a class in Jewish laws and
customs. A class in Gemorrah to
scheduled for Tuesday afternoon
at 4:45 p.m.
*
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Leon Kronish
officiating and discussing: The
Building Of The Sanctuary In The
American Wilderness. Saturday
morning services are at 10:45 a.m..
when the Bar Mitzvah of Daniel,
ion of Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Kov-
nat, and William, son of Mr and
Mrs. Sol S Pine, will take place.
Cantor Samuel Kelemer will ren-
der the musical portions of the
liturgy.
mZ will ch^nt tiTe musical por whe, uble Bar MMd MUmi Hti^ ***
tions of the liturgy Saturday morn- M ** aft ni ,.,,,,.. ,.,.. ,-,.,,-
rag services are Bl 9 am., whei
Shapiro will discuss the Mr and Mr- In I ">l! Avenue, S. in Miami
: Shapiro will
Weekly Portion.
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH
SIDE CENTER will hi Id I
- 15 and 8 3
with .;
I will

' ... North Q.ide
5 p.m.
North Shore I. M
- ...ill Bl.
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER \n...m
ning services ^'"1D'e s;n,,J; JXo^T'".: ^""T.?^
Subject of the Rabbi'- sen 8:15 pm. with Rabbi Harry Et- f"Ur. ronaJrvaiive,
The I Vs Tl liscussing ii u o i
i rhe Heart CantorBen r'!er.Ts s"\,
Satin Grossberg will chanl the musical wt Mian .on.-.i waxman.
morning .-enice- are at 9 portions of the liturgy, assisted by sw ''" Bt"
the Center Choir The oneg Shab- vounr. iraei <>rth : <),..-.
Miami HEBREW SCHOOL AND, bat following sponsored by
CONGREGATION will hold Friday j Mr. and Mr- Lester Kahn Satur-
services at 815 p.m. Guest Ljay morning services are at 9 a.m.
speaker will be Dr Jacob H Kap-' .
Ian. Saturday morning services are | TEMPLE ,SRAEl ol Miami will
at 8:30 a.m. when Haiman Long.|ho,d Frjf);iv evening scn-jces at
I Mr and Mr- Barry
will become Bar Mitzvah.
Goodwill Group Plan*
Tag Day Here
The first annual Tag Day of the
Goodwill Group of Greater Miami
will take place on February 9th.
The campaign is under the chair-
manship of Mrs Augusta Gross-
man, with Mrs, Martha Peyatf)
Mrs. Gertrude CovatT and Mrs.
Lilian Shapiro IS to chairmen.
Purpose of the one-day street
solicitation in Greater Miami but-1
in< -- areas i- to Increase funds of i
the organization for use in its local
noil sectarian welfare work.
\. \t Hoard meeting of the group
will be held at the home ol Mrs.
in Hi mil' I ovner, 21 Palermo,
Coral Gables, or Thursday, Febru-
ary llth. 12:30 p.m.
Avi. Miami Bearh
Zimorj Rabbi Max M. l-ai
Conaervatlve, n Samara am Coral
Gal -
Simon April will officiate
r Berele Kelemer ren
The mu.iical port.on- of the liturgy. |
A cla-- in Mi-hna i- scheduled for
4:30 p.m. Mincha and Shalos Seu-
dOS will follow.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m., Rabbi Moses Meschel-
off will officiate and preach on the
topic: Israel And Egypt. Cantor
Aaron Wi iniaiton will render the
musical portion- of the liturgy.
Saturday morning services are at
8:30 a.m.. when the Rabbi will dis-
Today's Offerings To God
Junior service- arc at << a m., un-
der the direction ol Benjamin Ka-
minetzky. Kiddush will follow serv-
ed by the Sisterhood, with Mrs.
Aaron Weingarten and Mrs A
Bergman serving as hostesses Min
cha i- at 5:30 p.m., followed bj
Shale- Seudos. Grand Rabbi Nahum
Twirsky, ol Chelsea, Massachus-
sets, will be gue-t speaker and
also appear at a Malawi Malkl
Star Chapter Plans
Dance on Sunday
Star Chapter. B'nai B'rith Young
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will Women, will hold a "heart throb
hold services Friday at 8:30 p.m.. hop" dance at the Ixird Tarleton
' l;'":!8,:i,5%m.',,wdh\\Vbbrj,.sVPrNarot' conducted by Rabbi Max M Land Hotel in the Jols.m Corner on Sun-
Rabb'l officiating and d-.u-mg What Tbeie *' *? a spec.aMd day. February 7 h 9 p.m.. it has
w,th| Shall Save The World Love Or dush and blessing for the children, been announced by
idering i jusjjce Subject of the Rabbi's sermon will president Proceeds
be: The Varieties Of Religious Ex B'rith projects.
Bobbie Greene,
are for B'nai
MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 8:30 p.m. with Rabbi
Boril Rackovsky officiating and dis-
cussing: Perspective. An Oneg
Shabbat will follow. Leon Ell, pres-
ident of Temple Beth Sholom, is
scheduled a- guest. He will speak
on: A Layman Views The Bible.
Early Frida> evening services are
scheduled for 5:30 p.m Services
Saturday morning will be at 9 a m
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5:30
p.m.. with late services scheduled
for 8:15. Rabbi Morton Malavsky
will officiate and preach on the
topic Judaism In Tradition. Rev
l antor Samuel Malavsky and his
perience. An Oneg Shabbat will fol- In cnargc 0( tr,e Dance is fund
low Early evening services are at | rajsjng chairman Selma Witte. Pub-
5:20 p.m.. conducted by Rev Ru-, |icj(v js arrange(| Dv Dottie Bal-
doll E. Bnli Services will begin m^ others in charBC of arrange-
9 a.m.. Saturday. The Rabbi will nu.n|s arc 1^,,,,, Albert. Rhoda
-peak on: Must Jews Walk Softly. S(crn phy|iis ROSkin, Uah Shmu-
Junior congregation will hold sen- (,|, and Franci,s Grosswald.
ices at 11 a.m.. in the Maloff Room
Mincha Is scheduled for 5 p.m., fo
lowed by
Maariv.
Shalos Seudos and
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
I-1 in.i.. evening service- at 5:15
p.m. Saturday morning service- are
at it a in when Rabbi Alexander
Gross will preach on the topic:
Building 01 Tabernacle Mincha is
at 5 p in followed b] Shalos Si u
dos. Dail) services are at 7 30 a m
family choir will render the must ""' "' ir> I1'" Sundaj servici
cal portions nt the liturg) Satur scheduled for 8 a.m.
ture on Jewish laws and customs j-
given by Rabbi Me-cheloff at 5:45
p.m.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 5 and 8:30 p.m Rabbi Her-
man Cohen. Rabbi Emeritus of
BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Frida) evening
services at 5:45 p.m Saturday
morning services are at 8 30 a m.,
day morning services are at 8:15.
when Rabbi Malavsky will discuss
scheduled for 8:30 p.m. Daily lee- ,hc' Weekly Portion. Ian Waxier
son of Mr. and Mr- Robert Wax-
ier, will become Bar Mitzvah
Mmcha is at 5:30 p.m., followed by when Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky wiU
shalos Seudos. officiate and discuss i nit) At
1 4:15 pni., the Rabbi will -peak irti
FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH the Weekly Portion. Mincha i- at
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold 4l45 pin. followed by Slialo- Sen
Friday evening services at 8:15. dos and Maariv. Dail) service, are
Temple Aaron, St. Paul. Minnesota, p.m.. with Rev Leo Heim official ,' ,
will preach, with Cantor Philip|ing. Ephraim Gale, executive di 'tollowe<* *>y a class In
Brummer rendering the musicalI rector of the Greater Miami Jewish
portions of the laturgy. SaturdayI Community Center, will be guest
morning services are at 9 a.m., speaker Subject ol his talk i-
when Rabbi Cohen will discuss the scheduled as: Changing The Jew
Weekly Portion. The Bar Mitzvoth jish Community Mere The Women's
of Benjamin, son of Mrs. Vivien I Group will be host- at the l
Keats, and Ira. son of Dr. and Mrs. J Shabbat following Saturday morn
A. Albert Moser, will take place i ing services are at fi am., when
during the service Daily service- William, son of Mr and Mrs. Mich
are, in the chapel at 8 a.m. and ael Diamond, will become Bar Mitl
5:4^5 p.m. | vah.
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
ITOrt x> MS3S8
Jewish Trade
Look for the 2-Sto*y Whit*
Building
Thurmond Monument Co.
MARKERS $40.00 PLUS
CEMETERY CHARGES
Opan Sundays Phone 4-3249
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening service, at
5:45 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi
Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate
and discuss: The God Who Made
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday
morning services arc at 8:30 a.m..
with Cantor Abraham Seif officiat-
ing: Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m .
Us And The Gods That We Make. followed by Shalos Seudos Daily
A class in Talmud is scheduled for services are at 8 a.m. and 5:30 p m
4:30 p.m Mincha will be at 5:30
p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos
and a discussion on the Zohar. Can-
tor Nathan Zeichner will render
the musical portions of the liturgy.
Junior services are in Academy
Hall at 10 a.m.

WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold early Friday evening
services at 5:30 p.m. Rabbi Alfred
Waxinun will officiate during serv-
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 8:15 p.m. with Rabbi
Henry Okohca officiating. Cantor
Maurice Ncu will render the musi-
cal portions of the liturgy, with the
Adult and Junior Choirs assisting.
Saturday morning services are at 9
a.m., when the Bar Mitzvah of Sid-
ney Gardner, son of Mr. and Mrs
E. Gardner, will take place
DAILY DOUBLE
lit and 2nd Races
Ttopravr
AT TH! TRACK OP STARS
MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB
IXTRIMI SOUTH INO OP COLLINS AVI.
OffTI. M,AMf> MOST COHVS......, WCATJD 0QO ^
NO MINORS
ALLOWED
nothing to
serve 'em
When friends
stop by?
bake
kosher muffins
... in the wink
of an eye!
BAKE 'EM LIGHT I
BAKE 'EM HUFFY
IN LESS THAN 4 MINUTES
FROM PACKAGE TO PAN
.**i*\
CORN MUFFIN
Mil A
Reach far the DROMEDARY
package with the kosher
M'aml Convalescent Honw
Specializing In Care to tne Elderly I
Chronically III. 24-Hour Nurtinj r
ic. Special Diett Strictly OMei
Private and Semi- Private Roomi
LEO ALLEN. Director
335 8.W. 12th Avenue
Phtnet 9.5437 nd 1-WI
Aabbl loMDh E. RackonkT
45 Michigan Aenui
Miami Beach
DKn. 1S

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Listen To
' SCHACHTER'S
New Yiddish PK**L
C-r, So*** WTLlUiJ
art"! "^^tEisVl
PaotafM the ^Jj^Ztfl
NOHMAN R. LY0N5'
.uMMkMA SfKT**


ta! Mayors Proclaim Heart Month;
itv Solicitation Slated February 14th
PAGE 7B
*T
U

Warren said, "to win this tight
against our Number One killer
ne-rt disease, that takes a greater
toil of American lives every year
than ail other diseases combined "
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
vT.n.-i- ,NAME LAW
Nl 'I Ic K |.s ,,,.,;,..,,> QIVKN lint
"...... Ir.ng to engage ta
i u idei the ri. tltloui ni
....." ";i N.W Mth Street
Sprlnga. Fa.. Intend! ,,, reala-
," "" vlth the Clerk of "he
1 utltl ..f Hade Cnuiin, H..iite,,
AEIUITJO, CORPoRATlO."
w'-HAKtir^te *V*
'"i Lincoln ic*.,, '
' LH-21
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
\
Carol Ann. theme girl of the 1954 Heart Fund Campaign.
, Mayor Abe Aronovitz over as she accepts his contribu-
te) the drive for heart research funds. At right is Carol
is mother, Mrs. Sally Horlacher. The child, now 25 months
became the youngest baby to undergo heart surgery in
\ area when she was 19 months old.
Ith ;nc\ mayors proclaiming
I Hi. Month and Feb-
14th ..- Heart Sunday, the
Irampaign for heart research
i- ofJ in an auspicious start,
ding In word from Fuller
IB, general chairman of the
feign
prly lO.noo volunteer workers
u-cil f'-r the big Valentine's
ilywiitc door todoor soli-
Other volunteen will
[among business and profes-
| groups to attain the goal of
Albert Bernard, co-ohair-
in charee of volunteers, said
n confident that the goal
' be attained. From all indi-
we ought to n<> over the
hoe laid. "People realize the
ftj incidence of heart trouble.
County alone, more than
person.- have some form of
[ailment thai only continuing
p will help '
Bernard said that most of
fnii, collected will go into re-
i projects right here at home,
tudiea pi the causes
eatmenl ol heart trouble MB-
it the University of Miami
il School National Children's
K Hospital, Mount Sinai Hos-
I" Hi irt In-titute. Jack
pmorial Hospital and othei-
,1'""" S.....w, Heart Asso-
ciation pres.,tent and ardent work-
er in the Heart Fund drive, stated
that one of the purposes of the
fund campaign is that of education
"We want to help people under-
stand heart ailments and to know
more about their hearts. Today,
hearts are being saved because
heart research is making new dtl
coveries and also because people
are beginning to know the hopeful
facts about hearts."
He pointed out that some forms
of heart disease can be prevented,
a few can be cured and that all
heart cases can be cared for best if
diagnosed early. He also said that
almost every heart condition can
be helped by proper treatment.
Warren urged volunteer work-
ers in the campaign to reach every
family in the area assigned. Let's
give every family an opportunity."
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
?OR TAX DEED
File 51429
.\otl.e | berebj given thai julea
i i;i'im.ni. holdei ol Cltj of Miami Tax
Hale Certificate Numbered :.-. dated
" '"' 'i y oi June, .\ 11 i'..-,] baa
ate in my office, and
ade application for tax deed to
th law
g..... tertlflcate embrace* the follow-
ins described property, seated in
i'.ol. County, Florida, to-wlt:
Lot IS, Lea; Weal 15 feet, Block
. < layti ii Helghta Plal Hook -.-i
' |M i" the Clt) of Miami
Count) of Dade, btate of Florida.
i he assessment of aald propei t\ un-
'< 'I" Certll ite laaued was in the
ul I'nknown. I'nleas saM
tinea te shall be redeemed according
to law. i.,x on the loth day of Man h, \ I |5t
' '"l 'li'- isl da) of February.
Al> |'. ,|
!: B LBATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
I lade Count) Florida
B) N C, 8TERRETT. D.C,
I ll t Seal
' 14 | ;,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
tLEVfeNTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
? LORIDA I'm AND ruR DADd
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. lfceuJo
iiln-.sSA HoI.I.i.mi, I'laini*..
V*.
AltTIl, it ROLLTND, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Aitiiui Rolllnd
| Dei .ii i nii, i f
Buunann, Ueorgia
l o i are uereo) notified that h.ii
of i ompJalnl for I Mvoree baa been
.......igainsi you, anu you are retiun-
"" '" aerve a copj ol our Anawei oi
i-ieadina to the mil ol I..........u i on
'.WK1flr-|;i;i Isl Htreet, Mmiut, i-mu^M, uiwi nio
me oi tginul Anawi r or flea unj in
!" ofiIce of the i lerk of the Circuit
Court mi or before the imn-th daj ol
March, 1154, If you fall to do ao, Juda-
meni n. ..fault win i,.. taken against
you for Hi. relief demanded in the Bill
'i 'omplalnt.
This ii...... simii i. pubUaned once
ea< ii week lor tour consecutive week*
In THE JEWISH PLORJDIAN
DUNE AND DRDERKD al Miami,
'",'....., tins let o.i, .,i I .i.ruary, A.l>.
i Me.
E. B LBATHERMAN,
. Clerk, Circuit Court.
I mm.....urn \, r ii ii ma
Bl WM W. STU'KIXl],
(Circuit court Beall n.|mh Cierk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
MiTH'i: is HEREBY ulVEN thai
the un ". .'i-.i. 'i. Irlna to ensaate lo
Iiiikiii. s.. unuer the tlctltloua name ol
HECTOR'H BAR, al I-l N.l lal Ave-
nue, Miami. Intenda lo reartatei raid
name w Ith the <',. i k of the Circuit
Court "f Dade County, Florida
KAI.I'II ST. JOHN
Ki:ssi,i:it \- i:.\i:s
Ait. me) s for Applicant
I7SL' U Flats In SI
I ft I 1-11-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
F.LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 165969
AI'DREV II. SHCTTKKi.v plaintiff
NEVILLE M BHLTTERLY,
I ipfendanl
NOTICE TO APPEAR
To Ni i II.- M. S Hltterly,
c o lenentl l lelH i i
South port, North Carolina
You i hereby notified thai Bill
of i 'omplalnl for I i en
filed attain hi you, and yon are requir-
ed to aervi a i dp) -I dui (nawei oi
other pleading to the Bill of Complaint
on I i.i till attorney, SHELDON N.
II Mill K. 70J Be)......I B llldlna, Mi-
ami ::l'. Florida, and file the orlklnal
>n or plea *i t'u- 'Ufliv of
i he i 'l.i k ..f the Clrcull Court
f..i i lade > 'ountj. I- orlda, .ri dr he -
fore the Ith da) of March, 1954-; oth-
etwlfe, the al eratlona of the B il ol
'omplalnl \^ ill ae tfl kt n aa eon
DATED thla Ul day of January.
IV I
C B LBATHERMAN,
clerk of the Clrcull Court
B) Wit. W BTOCKINO,
Deput) Clerk
I -i' 19-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HBRERY HIVKX thai
the iiiul. i niitneil, dealrintr to ene.i*:e in
liiiHlness under the fU-titloUM name of
APPLIANCE CENTER, at llMn W.
naclei Btreat, MlamL lntend to reff-
fater s.ilil name with the Clerk of the
en,nit Court of Dude County, Flor-
ida.
WASHER MART, INC.
MYKIts', HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorney! for Applicant
.;.-,ii Heybold MldK.
I lt-t> -' '5-1 -'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the ini'i. i siKiie.t. dealrlnc to enaraatv i"
bualneaa under the flctltloua name of
SYDNEY BEAUTY SUPPLY CO., at
I.. Colllna Avenue, Intenda to reguitei
s.li.l name With the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, FioHda.
SYDNEY BOBELSON
A. J. KAPLAN
ne) for Applicant
, Lincoln ft.....t
Compare
t ^ -fAMOUS
YOUR INCOME TAX 1
PREPARED | f! CORRECTLY J rtv MARQUA
FEDERAL TAX CONSULTANT
MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART 7906 N.W. 7th AVE. PHONE 7-0563
Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. E
SIN Ma*
27o
Interest on Regular Savings Accounts
ON BALANCES UP TO '25,00000
-
Compare
with an^ othci bcaw*
CompoundefJ Semi-annually Payable June 1st and Dec. 1st
SAVINGS INSURED UP TO 10.000.00
Complete Commercial Banking Services
DRIVE IN TELLERS RANK RY MAIL
PAN AMERICAN BANK
OF MIAMI
S i Ut SI il 3rd IVI PROM 2 5461
i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN thai
lei akjned, deal] Ina to enaa
bualneaa under the flctitlotii name ol
i.i CK1 l.i.i. u.x.si u. ... ,,,:, Bonlta
Miami Ueai n, Intenda t" raa -
latet l-.llil n.hoc With |||,. Clerk of tile
Clruull Court of Dane i ounty, Florida
i.i.i i.sAitn i.i-.i; itAt.M.i:.
Sole Iwner
SOMHER, PRANK A WESTON
Attoi ne) for Applicant
i Lincoln itoa't
t i-lt-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underalgned, deauing to encase In
bualneaa under the flc-l iloua name 0)
INTERNATIONAL I N 8 I It A N C i:
Al IE.Ni V. at 1-.:'.. Blai a) ne Blvd., N.
Miami, l-'la.. Intend to reatater aald
name with the I lerk of the Circuit
Court ..f Dade County, Florida.
S ARMISTEAI) JONES
BWIOHT I. MILLAR, .III.
VONZAMvT .v KRAV1TZ
Attorneya for AppUcanta
1512 Security BulUlinK
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 165368
I'M MM: PIUERER, Plaintiff,
v.*.
DANIEL K1DERER, I i.fendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: DANIEL f IDERER,
i Canal Street,
New York, N v
V'll ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED,
thai a inn of Complaint for Divorce
haa bean flked .iitnin.-i you, and you
are reajulrad to aerve a oop) of your
Anawer on the t.tairillff'n attorney,
EMANt'EL SPONDBR, 511 Lincoln
lto.nl, Mi.tmi Beach, Florida, and file
the "liicloal Answer-In the ..ffl.e ..f
ihe Clerk of the Clrcull Court, on or
before the Ji;th .lay of kebruury, IS.'.t.
or the alleKatlonn of ^.il.l Hill of Com-
plaint will be taken aa ooRfeaaed.
DONE AND ORDERED, at Miami,
Florida, thin 17th dav of January, 1(54.
K Ii LEATHBRMAN,
Cleik. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
By V" H Marl#Altl:\,
I ie|iu|y Clerk
1/29 I/S-1I-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
HTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY No. 16S6S1
OWBNDOLYN DAVIE8 BTORCH,
l'laintiff.
va.
?ERALD OLENN BTORCH,
l ktfendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: UERALD OLENN SToHcit
7ir.ii Hi in Hoad
Indian Hill. Cincinnati. Ohio
You aie herein notified that a Bill
of i'omplaml for DiVOrOe has l>. .n
fi.-iii aaalnaf you, and you are here*
by required to aerve a cop) of youi
Anawer to the mil of Complaint on
PialntlfTi an..: n.% ami file the orig-
inal Answer In the offfaM of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or In-fore the
22ml daj of Fabruary, I9M: otherwiae,
the auecationa ..r satii Hill of Com
plalni will in- taken an oonfeaaad
aaalnal you,
Dated this loth day of January, KM
i: B LBATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: It II RICE, .III .
(eal) Deputy Clerk is.all
OEORflE .1 TALIANOrr", ESQ.
Aiioin.-v for l'laintiff
110 Lincoln Road, .Miami Beach, Fla.
I 22-S9 2 a-IJ
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underaiKiied, desiring to i-iiKaK. Id
biiNiiieaH under the fictitious name of
FLO-BELLE APT8.. at (Ml-9221 Kaal
Ba) Harbor Drive. Hay Harbor IhI.hi.I,
Horlda, Intend lo rexlster the aald
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
WILLIAM POLLOCK
HERMAN LL'DWIU
l/2 2/".-l2-l!i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underalKnedr, dea rlna to .nmm. in
l.n.sin.v.. under the rirtltloua name "'
1^ PAJWA BESTACRANT ANU
SANDWICH Mini', al 7;' IV. F^agier
St., Intends tu regiatei aald Dame a
the ci.-rk ..I the i in nil Court : Itadd
County, Florida
Jl isi: FHONTONILLA
l/22-tl L' :.-1l'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 18334
In Re:
Bat..... of SOPHIE RAHLNOWITZ,
also know .is SOPHIE MEYERSON,
Is,, know as SOPHIE METRISON,
I '*-r,A^y |,
CITATION
THE t-TATK OF H.tmiHA:
Tu ABRAM MEYBROOSS, and to his
wife, his i hil'lr. n and gramlchililren.
arhoae ii.un.- and realdencea '..- un-
kn.,wn. to JOSEPH DENSTEIN,
lii.s.. reaidence is unknown; to the
children and grandchildren of CELIB
OENSTEIN, I' ci-ci. arhoae na
and reafdi n e* .< i e unknow n; to
widow .,: JACOB MEYBROOSS, I'.--
i eaaed, and to the chlldn n an I grand-
children of JACOB MEYBROOSS, De-
ceased, afhoae namea and realdencea
are unknown, to the wldi
MEYBROOSS, Deceaned, and to the
chlldn n a. ,i grandchildren of ELI
M r:v ERi : IKS, I lereaaed, how
and realdencei are unknown, and to
tiea known anil unknown claim-
ing by, through ..i under any ..f the,
above tnd to all pen* u
claiming anj
and to ii,.. eatate of the .<
dei ed< m ai pi o\ Ided In Parai
Ninth, fa), (In. ni ami i.li. ol li-r'
laat will and Teatament, and
oi the unknown he ra, devlaeea and
claiming, or entitled i"
undi i i. i-i VVIII
and Testament of the above named
d< ... lent, ami to all other peraona con-

V"|- ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an Order haa been entered in the
above eatate, dect eeina i ha l the pre-
umotlon ..f your death haa been ea-
tabll.....i and Ihal you or tns i--: aon
in your behalf, if you are all*'
i --11 j r i ed to pi oduce within d
monthi from the date of the fir-i p ib-
II Citation, before thla
Court, aatlafacton ei dence "f your
in life ^'.,l| .! e ||,-. Ic.
further notified thai an Order has
been ntered herein ii.....
under the provlslona ol Paragraph
Ninth, la i. ib), (c), (d), and (el
the Laat will and Testament of the
above decedent, that the remainder
of this aatate will ba dtetrlbuti
charities i i b. -.1., ted by the Exec-
utor. a.~ provided In s,,i,i will, and
that If aatlefactory evidence of your
continuance In life la not produced
within s.i irt three i:;) months, an Order
will be entered herein finding and ad-
judicating the charities who are en-
titled to receive such iio|iert> and the
shaie- and amounts which thev re-
-|... lively are entitled t.. ., re
Should you fall herein. Decree! Will
be entered in due coui ac
WITNESS my hand and seal of aald
Court, at Miami. Hade County. Flor-
ida, this tsth day of January. IHI
s W. y BLANTON,
Countv Judge
flEOROE CHERTKOP
'."7-11 Olympla HuildinK
.Miami. Florida
Rhtecutor for above estate.
I .".!
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lh.it
the underalgned, desiring o enguaa In
bualneaa undei the flctltloua nan.....f
Ll'NCH BOX, at 71, N.E -ml Av< .
.Miami, Intenda t.....gl let i >i nam<
with ib. Clerk of the circuit Court ..f
l ..oi. i 'ounl v. I- lot
li:\\K i (IRL'DZIEN
KESKLER a. :Alts
At toi tie) for Appllcant
st
12-19
ATTENTION
. ATTORNEYS!
vJenisti flcridUan
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates
Phone 2-4366
for messenger service
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 29634-B
RE: ESTATE I >!
NELLIE s I'lil'I.SuN
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereb] given thai 1 have
filed in^ final report and petition for
Final Discharge a- Administratrix of
the eatate ..f NELLIE s POt'LKON.
.....i and thai on the Mth daj of
I-. or ...: j 1554, 111 appl) t.. th. Hon-
orable PRANK H Imiwi.in'i;. County
Judge Dade County, Florida, for
approval of aald final report and for
final discharge aa Admlnlatrati of
t.. Eatati .! M-.i.l.ll-: s POL'LSON,
,1. .. -e||
This Itth day Of January, i:i.l
ALICE B THARP,
Admlnlat ratlin
MYERS, HE1MAN a K I PLAN
Att..i ii. | rot Admlniati atrlx
I -" t S-1J-IS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
gned, desiring to enj n
bualneaa undei thi ficl I iua n i
(i K. ELBXTRIC CO., al 1011 N.W.
S7th Court. Hlaleah Pla., nl end to
regiatei aald name with the Clerk of
thi ii cull '"in i oi i lade Count),
Floi i.i..
ALFRED It OVERTHROW
LACRENCK \\ KELLEY
Role Owners
HOMER I. M.M'.iiiW
ie) for Appllcanta
Ha l^wgford Brag

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Si iTICE Is HEREBY OIVEN thnt
Ii
of
"DEBR \ LYNN sib IP' al
I, Miami IVai h, Plot Ida. tn-

il bla
w ii.1.1 \\l POX JR i iwner
EDWARD H REf- \H'K
I i 11,.i, Lynn Shop"
a "-il'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY IIIVKN that
the undersigned, deal ngagi in
under the name ..f
THE SW l-:.\ it:i: MAR l-A
ntenda lo i
with the Clei k ol the Clrctllt !oui
li.i.i. County, Florida,
WILLIAM POX JR Bole owner
El IW \HI s RBSNICK
Vttorney for "The Sweatel Mart"
2/5-12



PAGE 8 B
+jei&n<*MtoIL
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Notice it hereby given that a special
election will be held in the City of
North Miami Beach, Florida, from 7
o'clock A.M. until 7 o'clock P.M. on
Monday, February 15, 1954 for the pur-
pose:
SHALL THE PROPOSED REVISED
CHARTER OF THE CITY OF
NORTH MIAMI BEACH. PREPARED
BY THE CHARTER REVISION
BOARD PURSUANT TO THE
STATUTES OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA NOW IN EXISTENCE. TO
WIT CHAPTER 16 OF THE FLOR-
IDA 6TATUTES, WHICH CHARTER
REVISES THE PRESENT CHARTER
OF THE CITY OF NORTH MIAMI
BEACH AND PROVIDES FOR THE
JURISDICTION AND POWERS OF
SAID CITY, BE APPROVED AND
ADOPTED OR DISAPPROVED AND
NOT ADOPTED.
PROPOSED REVISED CHARTER
FOR THE CITY OF NORTH MIAMI
BEACH. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
ARTICLE I
INCORPORATION FORM OF
GOVERNMENT POWERS
Section I. INCORPORATION
1. KuK.vl OK GOVERNMENT
S. POWKKS OP CITY
Section 1. INCORPORATION: The
Inhabitants ol the Cltj <>f NoltTii
.miami BEACH, within the corpora-
tion limits as HOW established or as
hereinafter established in the manner
j.ni\'im-u i.> lawi snail continue tn be
.. municipal body politic and corporate
In perpetuity, under iiiu name ot the
ITV ur' NORTH MIAMI BEACH",
t:.- territorial bouuu.in. s ol which
Hi ill be as follows:
lioglu hi the Southwest corner >>f
section H. Township "- South,
.'.ante 42 East, run Northerly atom
he west line of the above mention-
ed Section to the East Boundar)
lines of the Florida Baal Coaal Rall-
) .-:isi Right-of-way line i" the South
ii. ,.i Section 16-52-42; Thence
Westerly along the South line of
.<.-ciii.n 16-52-42 and Section 17-52-41
.I the Southwest corner of Section
f-42-42; Tnence Northerlj along the
Vest line of said Section l to the
- i the b'EJa ol the SIC, of Section
s-:.2-v:. Thence Westerly along the
-aid So,Hli line In the West line
i the NVi of the NK1. of the
-i-:1, hi the si-:1, of Section is-:.:'-
-i'; Thence Northerly along said
Weal line in the South line of
the SWVi of the XK1, of the
si:1, of Section 18-62-42; Thence
Weaterl) along said South line to
the Weat line of the SK', of the
.', of the NK'., of the si:1, of
Section 18-32-42: Thence Northerly
long said West line to the South
n. of the n\v', ..r the sw\ ..f the
NE'j ..f the SK1. of Section 18-St-
-2: Thence Westerly along said
South line to the West line of the
'.. of the si:1, of Set tlon 18-52. l-\
Thence Northerly alone the Weal
ne "i the El* of the si:1, and the
West line of the E ..f the NK1. of
Section 18-52-42 to the South line of
Section 7-52-42; Thence VVeaterl)
long the Soiitii line of Section 7 '-'
j and the South line of Section 12-
:-t\ t.. the West line ol the si:1,
t the SW. ol Section 12-52-41;
Thence Northerly along the said
.Vest line to the North line of the
-K', of the sw, of Section ).-".:-
i. Thence Easter!) along said
North line and continuing along the
forth line of the sw, of the si-:1,
.1 Section 12-52-41 t.. the West line
i the s'-j of the ni-:>. of the si:1,
.t Section 12-52-41; Thence Norther-
y along the said Wesl line to the
North Inn- of the sy, of the m:1.
f the SK1, of Section 12-52-41;
Thence Easterly along said North
.lie to the Wesl 11.10 ..f Seetioll
T-52-42; Thence Northerl) along thi
.Vest line of Section T-.'.-'-t:: to the
North hue of the SW', of Section
7-52-42; Thence Easterly along said
North line to the Bast Hi.....f the
sw, i.i Section 7-52-42; Then.-.
Southerl) along Bald East line to the
North line of the s'j of the sw,
.f the NW1, of the si:1, of Section
7-52-42; Thence Eaaterl) along aald
North line t.. the Easl line of the
S of tlie sw1, of the NW, of the
si:1, of Section 7-52-42, Thence
Southerly um.uk said East line t>>
he North line of the sw1, of the
si:1, of Section 7-32-42; Thence
Casterl) along said North line t>.
he Bast line of the Wty the E
if the SK', ..f Section 7-52-42;
Chance Southerly along said Baal
in. to the North line of Section
8-52-42; Thence Baxterl) along the
North line of Section 18-51 12 and
Seel..... 17-52-42 to the Easl line of
'.he NK1. of the nw1, ..f Section
7-52-42: Thence Southerl) along
-alii Bast line to the North line of
(he s'. of the tt\k of Section 17-52-
42; Thence Baaterl) along s.ii.i
North line to t!.. \\ | line "f the
15*4 of the NW', of the NEVi of
Section 17-52-42; Thence Northerly
ilong said w.-st line anil continuing
ilong the West line of the ski, of
he SW >i of the SK', of Section
<-52-41 to (he South line of the
NW', of the SWV4 of the SK', of
Se, tion s-".l'-4l': Then.. Westerly
I long -aid South line to the W.-st
ne of the SK1, ol Section 8-52 12
l'h.me Northerly along said Wesl
in.- to the South line of the NK',
-.f the nki, of the SW", of Section
(-62-42: Th.-n.-e Westerly along said
South line to the West line of the
NK', of the SE1; of the SW', of
Section 8-52-42; Theme Norther!)
along said Weal line to the South
of the nw, of Section 8-52-42;
Thence Westerly along silil South
line to the West line of the K ,,t
the SW ', of the KV.i, of the \: \\ ',
.f Seetion 8-52-42: Then. Northerl)
llong said West line tO the South
line of the N'4 of the S of the
\"v.', of Section 8-52-42; Thence
Westerly along said South line to
lie West ||nt, f lh(. |.;. ,,( ,n,. jji.;^
I the SW', of the NW', of Section
-52-42: Thence Northerly along said
W.-t lit,,, t., the South line of the
NW', of the NW, of Seetion 8-52-
'-': The..... Westerly along said
South line to the West line of Sec-
tion 8-52-42: Thence Northerly along
-'je West 'me of Seetion 8-52-42 to
the South line of the NVi of the N" ".
r the NEVi of Seetion 7-52-42:
Thence Westerly along said South
line fa the Meat line of the NW of
he NTU of the SK>4 of Section 7-52-
' I'hen. .. Northerly alone- said
.st line to the North line of Sec-
tion 7-82-42: Thence ICasterlv along
he North line of Sections 7. 8 and
'- i2-42 io the West line of the SK',
f the SW ', of the SW'-i of Section
J-52-42; Thence Northerly along aald
West line to the North line of the
he S>: of the H'/, of the SWVi of
Section 4-a2-42; Then.-e Kast.-rh
LEGAL NOTICE
tne Sr.1, oi Section 1.-52-42; 1 neii.-e
Ka-t.-rlv- along said North line t"
the East line ol Section --:'-;
Thence Southerly along the fas]
in... ol Section y- .2-42 and the l-.ast
Mm of mSSSm lVi*-l% the /sjuMi
l,ne of the NM of the NEV.pf Sec-
tion U-..2-U; T.ie.ii-e W eaiei )
along said South line t" tg Intel
section with the East Rlght-of-wa)
line of Federal Highway No-'
Thence Southwestern along the Ewi
Hlghl-of-way line ol Federal HI-''
." No. 1. ISO I., feel, more ... leas,
to a point; Theme Southeasterly ."
an angle of 7:1" M' IV 10'.the led
with tne pievlous course i&i ... <;<
more or less, to a point In a line
i......t North ol and parallel to me
South line of the NVi of the Nl-.'. .1
the SW. of the NK1. "I S'.....11
ltj-52-42; Thence Easleri.v and paral
1,1 to said South line 106.84 feet more
or le..s, Th.-nee Southerly 201.28 feel
mor..... less: Thence Westell) paral-
lel to and 16 feet South of the
South line of the N' ol the M-1. 'I
the SW, ol the NK'i "f Section
H-52-42, J73.S leet to the
Right-of-way line "t federal High-
way No. 1; Then.-.- Southwestern
along said Right-or-Wa) MO. 12 leel
to the North line of the si-.', "i the
SW1. of the fcTWVi of the NK1, Ol
Section H-52-42; I'hen.. hasterl}
lot feel mor.- or leas to tin- Easl
I......,1 the W'~ of the WK pf the
EJ of Seetion 16-52-42; Thence
Southerly along said Bast line to the
South lii.....f the NW. ..I the NW ',
of the SK1. Of Sect..... |6-n2-42
Thence Westerly along s.ii.i s..uth
line to the West line "f the SI.', ol
Section 16-52-42: Thence Northern
along said West line to it- Inter
section lth the Bast Rlght-of-Wa)
In.....I the Florida Bast Coast Rail-
road; Then.-e Southwesterly along
said Baal RIght-of-Way hue to the I
inters,., tion of the project.......f the
North line of l-ot 5, Block I. BIs-
cayne Boulevard Subdivision one,
according to the plat the.....1 r......rd-
...I in plat I.....k 40 at pagi I of the
public re.ol.ls Of I'aile I'oiltil I'l.n -
Ida: Thence Easteri) along said i""-
Jectlon and the North line of Loi .
Block I, aforesaid sub. I vision, to the
Wesl Rlght-of-Wa) line of Federal
Highway, No. I; Then..- Southwest-
ern Blong said Rlght-of-Wa) to the
South line of l^.t 1. Hloik I. B
said subdivision; Thence Western
along s.nd South Inn- of Lot I and
protection thereof t.. the Intel w 1
tlon with the Bast Rlght-of-Wa)
line of the l-'loi Ida East 1".....t Rail-
road; Then,.- Southwestern along
said liight-of-Way to Intersection of
the projection of the North line ..f
l,..t 1. 1'.|..ik I, aforesaid subdivision;
Thence Easterly along t projec-
tion and the North line of l-< 1, to
the West Rlght-ol w.i. III.....f Fed-
eral Hlghwa) No I Thence South-
wester!) alone the Wesl line of
sal.I Rlght-of-Wa) to Hi.- South
line ol Lot I, Block -. aforesaid sub-
division; Tiience Wester!) alu
South line ol l^.t I, llloi k : uloie-
s.n.l subdivision to the Weal III -:
Lot I, Block -. afore .
Thence Southwi .-i el I)
Weal line oi Lots 1 and lliock I,
aforesaid subdivision, to the North
i.n ol lot I. Block -. aforesaid sub-
division: Then..- Easterly along the
North line of Lot I lu the Wesl
Rlght-of-Wa) I.......f Fedel .1 H
way No l. Thence Southwestern
along said W.-st Rlght-of-Wa) line
I., the South line of Lot 5, Block 2,
aforeaald subdivision; Thence West-
e ly along said South line t. the
Wesl line oi 1-ot '.. Bioi k -. al
said subdivision; Thence Southwest-
erly along the West line of |...t 8,
[liock _'. aforesaid subdivision to the
North line of the S-; ..I Ihe NK1, of
the NW, ..f Section 21-52-42.
Then..- Easter!) along said North
In,., to the Baal ii......i the NW, ..t
Section 21-52-42; Thence Southern
along said Baal line Io lh< centel >.t
Section 21-52-42: Thence Westerl)
along the South line : the NW, ..f
Section 21-32-42 to the Easl Rlght-
of-Wa) In.....f Federal Hlghwa)
No, I; Thence Southwestern along
said Baal Rigid I v... line to a
point 206 86 feel, said point being
4J :': feet measured Northeaster!)
along said Rlght-ol -Wi > line from
the feAiUthwesl corner >.t l^.t 12.
Amended Plal ol R E Mi I "onalcl
s ibdh ~i..ii .ii. ordlng to the plat
thereof i ei orded in I'lal n ...i, !, al
page 22, of the Publii Re. ords of
l i.i.I. i oiinn i lot Ida Tl...... Easl
erl) ..ml parallel to the South line
of the NW ', of S. .lion .'I -'..' I: ;..!
a distance of 881.2 feet. Tin nee
Southwestern and parallel to the
Bast Rlghl -.1 -Wa) III..... Federal
Hlghwa) No. 1. 482.26 feel to the
South line of the NK1, of the SW,
..f Se.tion 21-52-42; Thenei u I.
I) along said South in.,
to the Kast line of tin NW ', ..f ||,e
SK', Of the NE>, of t|,e SW, ot
Section 21-52-42; Thence Southerl)
along ,1,1,1 Ram I,,,,. t |he .-
Inn- ..I Hi. N W, of the SEVl of the
NK', of the sw'i, ,,f Section -'i-:.:'-
12 'I'h.-ii. Westei l> along
South line to the K.,.| I:,,,. ,,. ,,.
SK1. of the SW, of ihe NH'j oi
the SW, of s... ,, 21
line being alao the Easl In..- ..f i..,t
21 Amended Plat of it k Mi lion
.-id Subdivision, according to the
Plal thereof, recorded In Plal Book
i. at page 22, ol Ih, Public I!.....r,|.
of I lade County, Florida; Thence
Southerly along said Easl lln. i,,
tin- North line of l^.t :'>. aforesalil
subdivision: The...,. Southw.
along the Hast Hi.....f l.ot _n, ., f......
said sul.diyisloii .;\7 It; feel t., th,
South line of |>,t :> aforesaid sub-
''vision i.eirig also th. North I ne
of the S1 of the S', of II,.. S'-. f
Se.tion 21-52-42; Thence Easterly
along said North lln.- i,, ,,,, Kss'l
lln.. of the SVi of Ihe SW, of ,|,e
si--1, o seetion 21-32-42: Thence
goutherls along said e^m nr ,1,,.
Sonih line of Section ;\ .-,.4...
Then, h Westerly along v.,,,1 South
line to the Weat hue of Section 21-
52-42; Which Is the point of I
ning.
NW, of B^rth.'"^ "
,1'ri,"! ,"' NorthwSTerlj '"-1-
,1 Beginning
I teg in al tl"'
the HW ol
1 mi Kasti'
Northwest corner 1
. on ----. '"'"
(k)
in
i in 1
III!
I..I
M.I
Parks
IMs) grounds
....11 course's ,___. --
Mhlellc and recrealloual ricMs
Parking loin
l-ubllc Library
the provlsiiMis
(according to
f the ene
,he provisions ". "^ J"VV-;
ij. as contained In sections
; ,0 t.. 17.S. Inclusive, of
I ...il.ht Statutes)
il-l To enact (irdlnances deftiitng
agaln.t the fit) and Io pro-
;',,,. ,he punishment thrreloi*. bat In
J, h ,-.-s the maximum fine to b
''TlUrtUAi.^a^mP^S5H
'""-.'' Thence'Nn t'h'erl) .
-,:;;'2'V^"o> oovfN
1 ;,.\ * fin Couiu ii; ""l lh
hall Ik "" ''
Ui-Wil
ifl
following
MAM'It
,-||-V i-nlN'-ll.
Ml'NK'll'AL .
1 ITV
CITY
I ITV
1 'i ; 1 :
1 \
CITY
i'l IV
That
the
\ irtu.
an ell
ATTORNI
PLERK
TAX ASSESSOR
-IW i-tiLLECTOll
ai nl I'd;
all nelson- who hold office
10 ..f North Miami Beach
,,i an el- tion b) the people
b) the Clt) loum II,
ra'PAY. FEBRUARY ,
LiOAL NOTICE
Pit) ''"'
who are appointed 1.....1
whethel herein designated .......
,.,l h> Ordlnam e pursuant t" tne 1.....
visions hereof, shall be held and de,
, ,1 t.. be fit) ifflcers ol the 1 it) <
North Miami Bern h
Section 3. POWERS OF CITY: The
Pit) shall lu" all the powers granted
lo a iii'im. Ipal orporatlon and 1
,,,.- hi thi Ponstltution an I tli
Laws ol this Slate, togethel with all
Implied p.....: ------ssar) lu 1 arry in-
to exei ul on all powers granted 1 he
.'itv ma) .it..... property within 01
M-lthoul Its corporate limits for an> It)
purposes. Ill fee simple. Ol Jln I"
Interest or estate bj pui
,le\ i-e lease 11.....ideinn 11 Ion and
ma) sell, 1 tgage hold
and ontrol such propert) as Us
... and, \. Id as
11..11 ol Ihl
,,f this Charter,
ma) ex.
age
interests ma) reoul
prohiblte 1 b) Ihe C
State 01 resll 1 lion
th.
1 ighl -
pott .-I s, fun. 1 Ions,
and Immunities to evei
nu mi.- w ha tsoe> Tl -
. n in erated par'
this Charter shall nol be
be \rln.si\e. and in addl
iiowei enumerated
h.relo or appropi iati I
of b 1. ii pow era, it I
municipal
privileges
name
hereli
powers in
del 0i.-d t.
tion lo tin
or implied
the e\.
tended thai the City shall have and
nun exercise all powers which
the' '' ......f this Stall
1......mp. t. nl for thU charti
Kpei all) '" en imei ate
ENUMERATED POWERS OF THE
Citv Phi .1 u 'It) shall Ian -
1- gi anted ih. 11- ids ..111 |mj .
1 1 To la) out. open,
, \. .1 .. \% 1.1. 11. in.1 .nt.11
ami keep .lean itnd sanitary, and ..th-
... .1 1 nd to abandon 01 \ .1
. ..t.- stri it. alleys, bridges, sldi
pat ks, oarkwa) piomi nadi and otl
el put.In plai and a a > -
1:1 To ..i.e. ,.n\ and all
regulate travel, I ade ind liaffli 1
: upon an) or all Hit. h .n- .
eluding the imuer to regulate th.
weight, iniii'iii.-nt. operation .' I
-peed ol 11. trains, .....t..i. ami
olhel vein, |i ..ling 11 ..1 tl
tile 1 lt\ .
. 11 T orequlre any and ..II a i -
pip. .111 1 :.... to III
ami maintalni -I undergi ound.
I I I To 1. .| III L'BI I lets III
and ma nta in al belt tpense adi -
uiiat.- wan g ite ..-..I slg
nal-. 01 wall hmen, w here d<
.
1 SI To \. 1 1st all powers, 11.....b-
.! I of hi. h is tO |(l olllote th.- publl
health, -..:. t>, ,. tblli moral and pub-
1 a-elfare; snd no I irdin 1111 en euai I
-d hen Ik hi Id lu b<
Ullle> 10 he lllllel.lt. d
16) T ipon 1 h lei -I
condlti..... .,- thi I'oum II ma :
tlllie toll
regulali within th. 1 It
-11. h I ifi aglow u .1 ill
.... upal ons mil i.. .-- ., the 1 oun i
ma) fro time, design
1 lax ..-. 1 1 .
Drill na
.Ti To
lal......
' "' ....... and foi t-\.
"'i for .. tl. t ix 1, mi, ,
profession an I .. ,..,: ,, ,
'" heling n i, rofit 1 01 poratluns,
Tn 1II1 el n 1 nfon .- .,i'i I,.
< ge .. n.1 regu
r revenui I general b) lev
' I. .. ||, .. Wf
lopi rlv us.
" r"''. U01 ihi
rporui in ibje. t 1..
'
be mad
II i,
,,'."" U|>on such Ii
',','".
' let -, Iim
.. 1.
prohlbil Ihe sal

till To Imj.....
191
fi
fin
,nl such excise and privilege
V... as shall he lawful for carrying
, .,,. purpose and powers of ihe
,,, provided that n" taxes In
I "ess "l two .-'.....II" shall 1-e levied
,,., ,e benefit of a public BhWi
, 1 To lev*, asses and collect lax-
1 to borrow money, within the
,.......ihe.l b) general law; and
,., ;.v>. .,11 I ."lle.t special asaassmenta
..,, I .1, lit- eonfetred
, 11.1 To furni.-h all local jiuldic
.,,,.. io purchase, hire. ...nstruct.
own maintain slid operate or Iwv
1.....1 piililic utilities; to acquire by
nation or otherwise, within or
: th. corporate limits property
, for am- such purposes, sub-
|,i th,- restl ictlolis imposed L>
general law fot Ihe protection of other
communities: and to grant local public
utility franchises and to regulate The
. thereof;
1171 To make local public Iniprove-
11.1 t.. acquire b> condemnation
.,,,1... proper!) within or with-
out u~ irporate limit" necessary for
- 1. h Improvements, and also to nc-
rgreaa over that needed for
ioh Improvement, and to sell or
rase excess propert) with re-trlctions
I, to protect and preserve the
Improvement;
1181 To issue and sell bond! on the
j In whole or in part, or any
-n.'i excess property, or of such ex-
opert). or of .1111 public utility
owned b) the City, or of the revenue
thereof, 01 of h..th. Including the case
,,. public utility, If deemed desirable
City, a franchise stating the
..i. upon which, "1 '- of fore-
the purchaser may- operate
SUl h Ul
1191 To nrganlae and adminlatar
mil.li, libraries subject to the lieneral
Law -
1 .1 To adpol and enforce within
I.....la, local poihe sanitary
similar regulations not In
rili-t aith th.- 'lenei .1 l.i*;
i_l 1 To provide fin mIiiin clearance
an.I the rehabilitation of I.lighted ar-
and gifts of m .ne\ or property
- ..f money or red I for such
shall be deen .1 1 bi t'in

i22i To pi..vol.- -.1'. in.1 sanitary
I in famlll.....f low Income and
f..... t-eational an I oilier facilities
Ini del 1 .i or sppurti nai 1 thereto, and
gilt-, ol mone) or pr.,perl> ... loans
of mone) or credit f.. u h housing
Shllll l.e deemed to he [o| .. Clt)' pill'-
-
ARTICLE II
THE COUNCIL; THE MAYOR
. 1 Number, and
term
:' Uiiallfli at mis
;: S..I.H-.
4. Titular I id The Mayor
Powers ..ml duties of the
May..!
' Vacant lea ii ..f the
Mayor
7 l*ower> of Counqtl
Vacancies In 1 'oum il
'.' Induction ..f loun.-ll Into
nffli e. M,. : .,,: 1 '...meil
1". oilli. || to I... Judge llf
.main, f u mom*
Pel s
11 Rules of Procedure;
Jo irnal
' 'rdin.ui ...
15. I'ro.e.iuie for pasaaga of
1 irdlnam first reading
It. Second Lading and public
hearing
Ij Purlhei onal leratloa;
final p..--.in..
Publication ,.f irdlnnnces
Bftei flll.il passage, |mT-
mlsslve referendum
IT Kmercenc. nrdlnanpoa
aSe.'!?!-1: NUMBER. SELECTION
AND TERM: The foun.il -ball have
members ele. t. d t..r a term of
-" years each, provided, however.
. lection of councilman shall l.e
red, t..-wit T.-o (J, cmncilmen
' n I for elect,., -.imulMncualy
Mayoraltv election sears; remaln-
".'" ':"' ,:;' councilman "n alternate
.ml. orovldosX that
O councilman shall l.e a resl-
ith 11 the boundarv lines of the
I "irli '- heresflei .1. ,,..,! d
shall reside within t'..- |.|tr|ct from
" h he 1- el.-. t,.,| ,,,,,| further, thai
1 oun. ibnan shall l- .1. 1 ,1
Uiatrii 1 b) the voters of
th.- sal.
"I malt 1 ,
the.....f In
'
pe-
ii
and oIIp. t ,|.. ,
| ireei
! tion ..I garbagi .,
privileges and
id.

1. -,
Section 2. QUALIFICATIONS: I'wn-
II he qi|K||f|rd elect.,,, of
.1-1 shall hold no other nubile
- ept tl. .t f N .,.,,, Ptihllr,
1.....' Ho- National Guard,
' Milit.irv Reserve If a oosm-
"hsll ....,, ,., 1.....nv ,
.lift, .ti .0 01 -hall Ik- eon-
' crl..... Involving moral toe-
in- office shall immediately
Clio
" I'll
.
I .. an
Section J. SALARIES
time to time
time to time to the i-|tv f_ .
fejH?ul*n .uch>ta^n""
vhSi'tar p* S *"-
and
this Charter. """ v-,I>r "
5S* ,04>lolnt. confirmed hvsv-~ I
found when the ,! ,b> *.ri,J
aucs, Mftaer aviaaote, a "M
S "..Comptroller. .,nu^'> AMi-1
and duties snail be ,,.,, 7.,^*",l
or may hereafter he Ux2Si?!24
nance and by this I'harte? I?a**l
BUhlllll to the City louuiu'-fciSS
Je^utreO, a full s'n.l ", ,l!b"rl
-Went Of all le.-e, .,B|*^' Wtij
-~u of the 11.> |.,: r."41"*!!
sh.i
also
inemher
ffwil
Statement, ami
and submit to .-.,. ,
Cliy council at th, "e^oTB
meeting in each ....., ; ,, ''u*l
showing the amount of ,h.'n",ll
penses of each fit) I eimr[m"'/,-|
ihe preceding ,no,. t!, ^'.J
the amount alloweu 1., a,.h J ""l
invnt when the Annual nurtt.i Yv|
made. "l
(h) To act on all OnNnaacassaJ
by the Cily Council and ^ffS
be submitted before going ,.,."51
l-t to the Mayor, or "ne i3
Mayor for his approval: if apptSr2_
he shall s gn the same and retail
to the .City Clerk. ,, dlsgi'^Jl
return name with hi- "bWiL,. ,il
writing, to th- i-ii, ...un^^ya
next regular meeting, bo 1^1
cause the same to be enters' all
upon Its records ..f their or..-IT!
ings, with the Mayor's obWiT
thereto, and pan upon th, .,
upon consi.leiatlon the cSL Cosii
JMVk "TT/iT^ ""hlM'"-6>l'>2|
fifths (4/a> ma>.rit> vote wbiaj
vote shall be entered unuk tsr n a
orda, ouch Ordlnan.-i -hall un I
come law, the Mayoi vutr to |d
contrary notwithstanding Aari
nance which shall n>d be rftunwdl
the City i'oum il at the n\t rn.tfa
meeting after Its passagf '
written veto, shall become a ks
like manner a- If aiiprnved b)
Mayor or Acting Mayor,
action .VACANCIES IN OfFICtl
OF MAYOR: The I- .1. nt r|
Council, during the absence or duvl
blllty of the Mayor, -hill ><-i u sgH
Mayor, but while so nr i U.><,|
he shall Dot have the right lose'
vote as a memlier of the I'll
hut the City Council shall. Is 1
case, elect a President pro tso
In case the Mayor shall Is? abwe
lalx.rlng under any dlsabllll
than three days at a time, the
lug Mayor shall receive the M)
salary for the time of his ahMit,i
illsabilit provided, tint In the na
of the alisinc. sickness -r 'li-imlil
cation of the M11y.11 and "r thf "
dent of the Clt) Council, the C(|
t'ouncll mav elect one of it- m.-mbr
who shall ne Acting Mayor, but
acting Mayor .annot -it as a memlM
of Council; and. provided, further.g|
case of death, resignation, r^tnng
failure to qualifv due lo 11.>i I
or iihy-l.al dlaabllltv, ..r In t|
failure to elect a Mayor, the PreoMB
of the City Council ..1 Acting Mi)J
as above provided, shall dlschttte I
duties of aald office until filled |
manner and pursuant In ARTH"
VIII. Seetion 11 of tin- hi.rwr
Section 7. DUTIES AND POwM
OS CITV COUNCIL. The I
ell shull have Ih. |mji In effwtl
all of the powers granted i" ihe I
of North Miami Beach under
Chatter, together with ill In
powers nocooaar) 1 1 rarrj n.t" '*>
tlon all powei gi tint. 1 t" th
City. The b.-r.-inaft. r etiu
tl.-ular powers in Charter
not lie deemed exclusive, an.l 111
tlon to the powers en leratH
or Implied Ih. 1 b<
the exercise of ..,. h
tended that the Citi ''"""
have and mav exi 1 a" "
which, under Ihe Constilutlsa sjl
Stale and granted to the I it'_l
ells of cities an 1 1 '- <" '"'
latws of the Stale ol I :
l.e oompotenl for Ibis Charter
ficaliy to enumerate
ENUMERATED P 0 W E
COUNCIL: The fit) Council
have ami Is granted the r
powers as follows
111 To up point a 1 it.' Attoraer,
shall pel 1..no all 1 I
tip charter and ";' ","*
acrlbed or which ma! f"
pieacillied b) Cltv .itdlnanre
(2) To aiuailnt a Cil) l.nii ]
shall porform all dull
upon him bj the i"1
Charter and which -wr(|W|
wrilie.l.
imp
is mn I
..ml which are w
or which inn. .
prescribed b) Cltv "'"'fiV
fa) To make. e-iiMi-1. ''^,
fl* the I lover.line .',-",."or
the Officers of said ">
nances in writing.
u.-ti I
niirh
lAWsall.l Kules of >"
Inrter
. f tl
M
Klll-
oV'Ti," vvv'. ,,ol,nL "" "'- S"",h liT'-
of the .\\\i, of Section I3.S2-41 tisi
feet West of the center of Se,:,'
l5-H-; Thence Northerly .,,
parallel to the Kast line of the NW1
of Section lS.tg.42 Io ,h, s,,,,,.,
"" Thence Knaterlv along said
The!," R'h,-f,,1-Wl,V """ '"" '"
I hence Southerly and parallel to the
as, UM of the NW. of BecllSn
!hl the South line of the NWi; a,
tlon 1..-..2-42: Thence Basterly a.|
parallel to the South line of the
(fl
it-1
fhl
Mi
0)
J*UbllC Markets
Incinerators
1'u.nplng g,,,,,.1-
Aliditoii,,,,,
Ainphitlieatres
. -Zr??* b> Idll hid In t| .r.e.e.iv for Ihe Cltv
"iv and nil HsMrdad -le vr -lies
.';;|;'- ot law. where the City
hlvLi" '21 '! ,1**'1". c^ntru....
'".IlltiTHrt '-* r"v '" when
Ihm 'ed to do hv o-^|nsnce or
'"dntlon of the Cltv f..n,. *
< io make recommendations from
sistent with this
Constitution and I
Slates as thev m l'""
.4) To pass .11 II '" *
i-rlbe penalties foi v lolaliea
of. as may be m """>',
prevent and abate "'"'"T-
(.' To restrain .....I P"
hllug Or other ,|-'"'',*n-| UrPl
10 prevent the-running "
cgttte, horses, dog". "
goats, and fowls -'"', 1,or a.
tic birds.. In th- -""""
CKy Uralts and f '"""
aome. lh, r () To provide fn. th'
mant of mterw..rk '" hf
pUnt. neces-a.v ^^^
nd
ne. >
may make
tla"
to the oamo and wheneve ^
are so ortabllshed ";';,,,,,
the operation and maan
same, frini-h'1
(C) Tn arani '""
tranaport.itlon
phone comiianies
14) To regulate I '
? treel nr other rail
taa Cltv. I-"'1"";...,rol ,nd
.ran. "**$"&-&
'Zti>m
res------
t be dfonendent
state revenue I
Cowucll may
harge
'"JSSSf*
flfcara for the "^" ^
taaorvaa, P^rmr*'rS"*JSf
^Vd" .* "..I.."""? Jr5Sf
pS.aH hve first >**
City Clash. rega"1.-
(t#> To control an" ^n. *7i
and boor within tn


PAY. FEBRUARY 5, 1954
LEGAL NOTICi
i **, such .ndliiances by fin* Or
yEEmS**. b> bo,n "" *d
IWM"1'
iiniiient
l", L ,,Try to establish quar-
-i and hrwith regulations for
*%,"" North Miami I tome h not
In."'1
ulatl""
,,, in.- st.ui- Board of
,, and enforot same by pen-
I i To arrange for. prwttl and
l?h. ("' Hoard of Health hKll have
STwninil supervision <' hr pub-
jfllattli of the City of Worth Ml-
iaatl
w health "' "** "> *" -^onm asi-
'_, ivi.li and .-hall have the power
.... p.oinulgate, and enforce
aw* rule* <">d regulation* as may
!f" ....ui f.>r the praaervatlon of
h ,,m- n..i inconsistent with thin
rmtrtci 01 ,n violation of any Ordl-
,.i Hi- City.
tCtartr
I Mil1"
.-, To arrange and provide for a
kit,. |,. ],, i n.til and to regulate the
|mr so '" l"'o<" the CHf from
[(13l Xn organise a City Police De-
1 enl
illl To provide for the Inspection of
mi rleitrh lighl and water meters.
-| .- mil enforce Ordinance*.
iiI>--1 the engineers of slat-
lioairj and portable steam and (an
I ,ii ,. in pas* an examination for
mil i" take out licenses
li'nd iMHviilv penalties for failure to
j .,, lo compel the Inspection of
.: s, except locomotive and|
Innrinc boilers, and to compel em-
I ,.v, i i" employ only licensed engl-
,n.l affix a penalty for failure
....t.. compel employer*, their
servants to allow in-
. liollera and of affixing- a
Lta.illi toi n fusing to do ao.
[',:, To establish hospitals and with.
I i nit ...njunrtlon of the Hoard
I. i i ,.,t Commlaslonofn, to eetah-
iml regulation* respecting
I | llgent, Infirm and In-
I... to provide for the support and
|iu ihr nil ii.tis upon which Milch
Cnwna coming into aald City ahall
lllomed lo ii-maln.
i provide the punlahment. I.e.
imprisonment and flnea, or
I inlahmenl allowed un-
ut-r the Constitution, of persona who
disturb the peace
ill rlotdua and ulsor-
- or vagrunts wllhln the
. n Miami Hcach; or vlo-
.-.- Ordinance*, or any of
j :hr rule* and irgulalion* of the
Hoard .f Health, and the City
I Health.
fu fix ..nil regulate from time
to 1 .il.ii..> of officers and
tin- City except aa
ill. i ise provided.
proporty uwnari or
I unneel with City sew-
leri inil lo .i..... legulate any other
thing that may tend to
the hi-alth. welfare and
- i>f ii,.. i'iij, to prohibit and
. bawdy houses and dls-
.mil ao> i-xhlliltlons,
I'.iia.le or amusement
...oil morals; to prohibit
ess .ill obscene pictures
to ii-gulate, restrain
lit the carrying on of manu-
roua In increasing or
... .mil license the male
arms, lo regulate the atorage
- t ..l.i. tar. pitch, resin,
I ...I oil, kerosene, gaso.
I i oniDiistihle, explos-
ole material: to reg-
of lights, candles.
' .mi pipes In all sta-
lld places of business.
I to ri-t ... ami suppress the sale
land II... ,,f firecrackers and air guns
em orkg.
le for and regulate the
lns|H-.ii.ni ,.f heef, pork, flour and
Ihei pi..visions and oils.
legulate the inspection of
I lard: to regulate the
I meats, poultry, fish, fruit
ibles.
1 To provide for the Inspection
"I ri ,,( Hie sanltaiv on
il HI dairies, butcher pens
li i houses where the
same are sold Wlth-
i i mow Mini to provide
' violating such regula-
I to maintain and regulate
eta
ii Impose penalties on the
.1 miiN, oi agents f any
iv ilks. or ativ other
place, or any other
ii may he dangerous or
to [he cltlxens or their
. ss, after due notice, the
''"' '"'' he lemedled or removed;
" Pii'Mde r.ii the en. liming. Im-
pnnlng and regulation of puMic
gruuiirti. belonging to the City wlth-
'' iiliout the corporate limits:
"I.- for the linpi iMiiinietit of
'"".! against the ordinances at
""' 1,1,,,, ,,n ,,. ,,,.,., ,ir otB#r
to he designated by ordinance
th.. fines and cost attached
"ill.-, them by Judicial authority
Hi n-e. control, tax and
II. and sales upon the
- '! walks and public places
'he City, and to regulate,
- and prohibit hawkers and
ipon such streets, side-
> mil public places.
- ^------ i rgiS
PAGE 9 B
,*,. ..... |.ui.in- fiuices.
l.'r.' i" i" isirili,- penalties for
' all any of Its Ordl-
' any section thereof by
I,., iiisonment In the City
_"" and to force the collection of
fin.-.
a..,". attachment summarily
property of the delln-
,.: ->"ie can be found, pro-
'hat the penalty enforced
''< .ii ni; cise exceed imprison-
of w ,.SlMV ,S(" <"> or a fine
Hundred (50il) Dollars. In
the powers herelnabove
1 'he City Council shall
lowers and perform all rhe
. ; .1 upon them bv the
M'.rlda now In force, or
' In ...after he enacted.
'h, government of
'h !,' ".',*',"" n"' Inconsistent
'..! 1'^;.visions of this Charter.
fltv i ", b .',.""" CMrt f Police.
' lax Assessor and Col-
"hi.ll I.: V. .','.",K,h'r r,,y o'.
nii .if" !h Powers and
per-
>." .'XrirT;w,mpoM- Jpon
" ereeTi "U" nno rerutallotH. for
i, ,.l!iVt.n'' I*patr nt bu,w-
" "" : lo '"' T"* r,|v fotinrll
""" .. .1^1" ""'" Ordinance, ma
*""> O-aTrTfl* '? ""' mnw psw
*nv nvnLt ? "r'''r u*>on nf"P-
l.t i,: '"T^'- manas-ed. or
'''' >M ,u,'', ''"V outside the
2,' T-> hiu.Ii,'.*."""" hv Penalties.
' mi ,Vt "V"" "^menta.
"' trm ,h 'xdualve power and
""^ trad.,,." .r"""r.ictton and r-
rading ,nd im|>rovlng of .
housos. siwca. bridges, agVsrs
trenches, uluhea. culvV. t's. VSS&
!2TaS- *r couraea. tUE22
"* S*.S"ft "*lnir. pubM,. buildings
of .11 heihuan of all highways, streets, pnrks Dark.
fmlr.' "Ve"UM- nn-l thorouin-
() To bulkhead any waterway to
o!he,,w^U*en- *"*> *v' 'epair i,d
ntheiwise n.u.rove atreets, alleis
aveo*a. boulevards. m,nea and other
p.fblic Highways, and to construct
storm newei a, sanitary sewers and
under any street, alley, avenue, lane
other public highway, to pur-
chase. Uiy out and Improve parks
and parkways: to construct or pur-
chase a telephone system, and work.
for supplying said city and It. |n-
habitants with water: to build suit-
able service or connecting appara-
,u. br,w- all or any real estate
within the I Ity and any sewer or
drain, or any subterranean conduit,
pipe or duct for the supply of gas,
electric energy, or watei, nyvned or
operated by the City, or about to
be constructed by the city front
ot such premises: to erect or pur-
chase a City Hall, hospitals for the
care pr detention of the sick: Jails,
marcel houses or omhor buiUUugs
fur municipal purpeapg, and to equip
and furnish the Mine: to eejpt
bridges, t-uliarts gad vluducts over
any waterway, railroad track. ur
other depression in or under any
street, boulevard, avenue, alley, (am-
or other public highway u, con-
struct tunnels under any waterway
or railroad: to extend Ita corporate
limns In the manner provided by
the Laws of the State of Florida:
to conatruct or purchase any atreet
or local railway for the transporta-
tion of passenger* or freight, to con-
struct ship channel., oanals. basins
and waterways within the City or
Into or through any part of Biscayna
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 Govern-
ment of the I'nlted States for aid
of the Government for such work
done, or to be dune by the Govern-
ment; to conatroot or gcqulre
wharves, docks, warehouses and
other proiiertles within or without
the City Limits, deemed by the
Council to be necessary or conveni-
ent for the u-e of shipping: to ac-
iiu in- all lands, submerged land,
riparian rights, deemed necessary
for any of the foregoing purposes,
or for any municipal purpose.
(in) To condemn, In addition to Its
powers of ,-miiicnt domain under the
other Laws of the State, any water,
Ice. gas, power or light plant, tele-
phone system, or street or local rail-
way, ship channel, canal, l...-.:i,
waterway, w'harf. dock, warehouse.
lands, submerged lands, riparian
rights or buildings or any Part
thereof with any and all franchises,
rights and easementa thereto bcloiiK-
Ing or appertaining by proceeding
In the manner provided In the Lows
of Florida for the exercise of the
rights of eminent domain.
(31) To operate, maintain, repair
and extend any and all of Us miinic-
l|Nll propel tics.
(.1:') To make a contract with Pade
County, or with any person, firm
or corporation, by which a portion
of the ..st of any municipal Im-
provement to be owned by Hi.- City
ahall be borne by such contracting
party, u|sin such terms as to pay-
ment and oth<-i .- as the Council
may determine.
(S3) To destroy surface privies and
ccssntsils or other forms of recep-
tacles for sewage, other than the
sanitary service sewers, and powar
to compel property owners to con-
nect (heir premises with sarvhM
sewers, and In case of their re-
fusal after notice given, to gut hoi -
Ise such connection to be made by
the City, and to fix a Hen upon
such premises for the cost thereot.
of the same nature, and to the same
extent as the lien for taxes, the City
may collect such charge or lien In
the same manner In which city taxes
are csdlected.
Section t. VACANCIES IN COUN-
CIL: All vacancies In terms occurring
In the City Council shall be filled In
a manner and pursuant to AHTICLK
VIII, Section 11 of this Charter
Section INDUCTION OF COUN
CIL INTO OFFICE; MEETINGS OF
COUNCIL: The first meeting of each
newlv elected Council, for Induction
Into office, shall be heW al s:ihi o'clock
In the eyenlng on the first Tuesday
following Its election, after whtoh the
Council ahall meet regularly at such
times, as may be prescribed by its
rules, but not less frequently than
taring each month. At such first meet-
ing the Council shall elect one of Its
men.In is as President of the Council,
whose duties shall be to preside at all
meetlngaof the City CouAcll. All meet-
ings of the Council ahall be open to
the public. __
Section 10. COUNCIL TO BE
JUDGE OF QUALIFICATIONS OF
ITS MEMBERS: The Council shall be
the Judge* of the election and qualifi-
cation of Its members and for auch
purpose ahall have the power to sub-
poena witnesses and require the pro-
duction of records.
Section 11. RULES OF PROCEDURE;
JOURNAL: The Council shall deter-
mine Its own rules and order of bus-
iness. It ahall keep a Journal of It*
pi,"-ceilings and the Journal shall bo
open to public Inspection.
Section 12. ORDINANCES: In addi-
tion to such acts of the Council as are
required by jitatute or by this < harter
to be bv Ordinance, every act of the
Council establishing a fine or other
penalty or providing for the expendi-
ture of funds or for the contracting of
Indebtedness, shall be by Ordinance.
The enacting clause of all Ordinances
shall be "TH COVSCIU OjT THg
CITY OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH
HKItKHY ORDAINS" --
Section IS. PROCEDURE FOR
PASSAGE OF ORDINANCES: FIRST
READING: Every Ordinance shall b
Introduced In writing In the form In
which It la to be finally Paused and
after passage on first reading shall be
posted st City Hall at laaat oaos to;
gether with m Notice of th- time and
place when and where It will be given
a "hllc hearing and be considered
for flnsl pa.sage. Tbe first such post-
ing shall be at least one wett prior
to the time advertised. ____.-
S-etion 14. SECOND "AOINO
AND FUtJLIC MaAPHNO: At the t me
and nlsce so advertised, or at may tltas
m.l place t. which saM hearing shall.
from time to time, be adjourned, such
L10AL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
after Xn SS. rTad ln fu W*
eated Sh.li [**""" "" l""-n luier-
be heard "" tWnfU"l5 to
asfJSi?" 18- FURTHER CONSIDER.
hearhnV 2!*% PA"AGE: Alter such
hearing tne rouncil may rinally uaa.
such ordinance with* or witCS
sash. T"1, ,-fc*pt ,nut """'I
L k. amendment which constitute*
flaSfihTf! f ""tance. it ahull not
tS 5?"2 ,h- amended *ec-
tlons to be posted at least once, to-
gether with a Nottc, of the time and
.rao..V oi"1. wner<- auch amended
(irdlnance will oe lurther considered.
V22l ''y"6"''*""" "h" b* t l*at
.. .". '' d,>" pn"r to the time stated.
oLi .im? *" tvertl*ed or at any
I me and place at which such meet-
ngs shall be adjourned, the amended
"irdlnance shall be read in full and a
public hearing thereon shall be held
and after such hearing the governing
body may finally pass such amended
oruinance, or again amend it subject
to the same conditions. The second
passage of any Ordinance pursuant to
this t harter ..hall be final and no fur-
ther passage shall be required.
noWifS.!* PUBLICATION OF OR-
DINANCES AFTER FINAL PASS-
^Gt: PftM'SSIVE REFERENDUM:
Alter flhal passage, every Ordinance
shall again lie poete.i in full, and, ex-
cani as otherwla* provided In this
(Marter shall be svrtije, i i,, permhudve
r*Tnri-ndum as provided in ARTICLE
IX of this Charter. Every Ordinance.
u,nW* It shall apeolfy another date,
. tt. b^',;u,n* #*''Uvr a* iirovided in
ARTICLK ||, .eTTiion ,.h ,/this .,,,,:
tor: or, If the ordinance be aubmnted
at a referendum election, than upon a
ravorahlr vole of the majority of
those voting thereon, except as other-
wise expressly provided In this Char-
ter.
Section 17. EMERGENCY ORDI-
NANCES: 8eotiuii.s 1J, 111, M. I.",, and
16 shall not apply to am Ordinance
which Is introduced at mi Council as
an Emergency Ordinance. Such an'1
Ordinance may be passed after the
second reading during the Council
Meeting at which said Emergency Or-
dinance Is introduced, provided, how-
ever, that the facts that constitute
the emergency shall he stated In aald
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 noooeasltates the promulgation
of Immediate layv for the safety of
life, property and health.
ARTICLE III
BUDGET
Section 1. Fiscal year
2. Preparation and submis-
sion of budget
3. Budget a public record
I. rubllratli.n of Notice of
Public Hearing
5. Public Hearing on Dudget
6. Further consideration of
Budget
7. Adoption of Ttudget
8. Vote required for adoption
8. Date ol Final adoption;
failure to adopt
10. Effective date of Hudget;
certification; copies made
available
11. Budget establishes appro-
Sirlatlons
ludget establishes amount
to be raised by pro|serty
tax; certification to taxing
authority
13. Budget message; current
operations
H. Hudget message; capital
Improvements
15. Budget message: capital
program
It. Budget message; support-
ing schedules
17. Budget
11. Anticipated revenues
J9. Anticipated revenues com-
pared with other years
Surplus
i-..i,:., incuur to i leasi equal
total isropoaod expenditures.
nan 8 VfM-sT MttuiRED for
'TION: ?he bSsfgct shall be
LEGAL NOTICI
20.
SI. Miscellaneous revenues
22. Miscellaneous revenues;
anticipated surplus from
municipal utility or other
public service enterprise
23. Miscellaneous revenues;
measure of estimates
21. Miscellaneous revenues:
receipts for s|src!*l assess-
ments
25. Miscellaneous revenues;
from new sources
21. Proposed exnosWlitures
27. Proposed ogjiendltures;
comparison SMtli other
ieara
own payments on capital
Srojects
llriget summary-
Section 1. FISCAL YEAR: The fis-
cal year of the City Cov.rnment shall
begin on the first day of November
and shall end on the last day of
October of each calendar year. Such
fiscal year shall also constitute the
budget and accounting year. As used
In this Charter, the term "Budget
Year" shall mean the fiscal year for
which any particular budget Is adopted
and In which It Is administered.
Section 2. PREPARATION AND
SUBMISSION OF BUDGET: The
Mayor at least sixty (0) days prior
to the beginning of each budget year,
shall submit to the City Council a
budget and an explanatory budget
message In the form and with the con-
tents provided bv Sections IS and 1*.
For such purpose, at such dale as he
shall determine, he, or an officer
designated by him. shall obtain from
the head of each office, department or
agencv. estimates of revenue and ex-
penditure of that office, Department
or Agency, detailed by nrganixntion
units and character and object of ex-
penditure, and such other supporting
data aa he may request: together
with an eatlmate of all capital proj-
ects (.ending or which such Depart-
ment head believes should be under-
taken within the budget year. In pre-
paring the budget, the Mayor shall
rorwW the estimates, shall hold hear-
ings thereon and may revise the esti-
mates, a* he mav deem advisable.
Section 3. BUDGET A PUBLIC
RECORD: The budget and budget
message and all supporting schedules
shall be a public record In tbe Office
of the City Clerk open to public In-
spection bv anvone. The Mayor ahall
cause sufficient copies of the buds-et
and budret measnee to be prenared for
distribution to Interested persons, and
hall be available to the public far I
period of not leaa than thlrtv (SO)
day* prior to the period of adoption
hv the Council.
Sectie 4 PUBLICATION OF NO-
TICE OF PUBLIC MEABINOS: At a
meeting of the Civ Council at which
the budget and budget message are
submitted, the Council shall deter-
mine the place -tnd time of the public
hearing on the budset and shmll cmuse
to be nnsted a NotP- of the time
and place, not less than seven (7)
days after date of posting, at which
the Council will bold a public healing.
Section S. PUBLIC HEARING ON
BUDGET: At the time and place so
advertised, or at any time and place
to which such public bearing shall,
from time to time be adjourned, the
Council shall hold a public bearing on
the budget as submitted, at which
all Interested persons ahall be given an
opportunity to be heard, for or against
the ratlmates or any Item thereof.
Section t. FURTHER CONSIDER-
ATION OF BUDGET: After the con-
clusion of auch public hearing, the
Council may insert new Items or may
increase or decrease the items of the
budget, except Items In proposed ex-
Eendltures fixed by law or prescribed
y subsections (a), (b), (c), (d), (e).
(f). (g). (hi. and (I) of tiection 26. The
Council may not vary the titles, de-
scriptions or conditions of administra-
tion specified lu the budget. Kefore In-
serting any additional Item or Increas-
ing any Item of appropriation, It must
cause to be posted a Notice setting
forth the nature of the proposed in-
creases and fixing a time and place,
not less than five (5) da v. after |misI-
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
Items and make the Increase or In-
creases, to the amount in each case
Indicated by the posted Notice, or to
a lesser amount, but where It shall
iuciea.se the total proposed expendi-
tures, It shall also Increase the total
aim.dp.ile.I revenue to at least equal
su.h tola'
Secti
ADOPT
adopted by the favui-jKle vote of al
leaat a majority of all the members
of the council.
Section 9. DATE OF FINAL ADOP.
TION; FAILURE TO ADOPT: The
budget shall be finally adopted no!
later than the 15th uy of the last
toonth of the fiscal yeai Should the
Council take no final action on or
prior to such day. the budget, as sub-
mitted, shall he deemed to have been
finally adopted by the Council.
Section 10. EFFECTIVE DATE OF
BUDGET; CERTIFICATION; COP-
IES MADE AVAILABLE: lp..n final
adoption, the budget shall be in effect
for the budget year. A copy of the
budget as finally adopted, shall be oor-
tlfled by the Mayor and City Clerk.
and filed In the office of the City-
Clerk. The budget so certified shall be
printed, mimeographed or otheryvlse
reproduced and sufficient copies there-
of shall be made available for the use
of all offices, departments 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 be-
come appropriated to the several ob-
jects and purposes therein named.
Section 12. BUDGET ESTABLISH-
ES AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BV
PROPERTY TAX; CERTIFICATION
TO TAXING AUTHORITY: From the
effective date of the budget, the
amount stated therein as the amount
to be raised by property tax shall con-
stitute a determination of the amount
of leyy for the purposes of the City,
in the mi responding tax year. A copy
of the budget aa finally adopted shall
be certified by the Mayor and filed h>
him with the Officer. Hoard .n Com
mission whose duty It shall be to
levy such taxes for the corresponding
tax year.
Section 13. BUDGET MESSAGE:
CURRENT OPERATIONS: The bud-
get message submitted by the Mayor
to the Council shall lie explanatory of
the budget, shall contain an outline
of the proposed financial policies of
the City for the budget year and shall
describe in connection therewith the
Important features of the budget plan
It ahall set forth the reasons for
salient changes from the previous
year 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 for
down payments and other proposed
expenditures for capital projects
stated In the budget, the Mayor ahall
Include a statement of pending capital
projects and proposed new capital
projects relating the respect iy.-
amounts proposed to be raised there-
for by appropriation in the budget and
the respective amounts If any. pro-
posed to be raised therefor by the Issu-
ance of bonds during the budget year.
Section 15. BUDGET MESSAGE;
CAPITAL PROGRAM: The Mayor
shall also Include Ui the message, or
attach thereto, a capital program of
proposed capital projects for the next
fiscal year next succeeding the budget
year, prepared by the planning Com-
mission, or other authority, together
with his comments thereon and any
estimates of coats prepared by the de-
partment of public works or other
office, department or agency For the
use of said authority, in preparing
such capital program, copies of the
departmental estimates of capital
projects, filed with the Mayor, pur-
suant to Section 2 of this Article,
shall he filed with the Commission.
Section It. BUDGET MESSAGE:
SUPPORTING SCHEDULES: Attach-
ed to the budget message shall be
such Biip|M>rtlng schedulea. exhibits,
and other explanatory material. In
reaped to both current operation, and
capital improvements, as the Mayor
shall lielleve useful to the Council
Section 17. BUDGET: The budeet
shall provide a complete financial plan
for the budget year. It shall contain a
tabular form:
(a) General summary
(b) Detailed eatlmatea of all antici-
pated revenues applicable to
propoaed expenditures
(c) All proposed expenditures
The total of such anticipated revenues
shall eoual the total of such proposed
expenditures.
Section 1S. ANTICIPATED REV.
ENUES: Anticipated revenues shall
he classified aa "surplus". "Miscel-
laneous Revenues", and "Amount to
be raised by Property Tax"; miscel-
laneous revenue shall he suh-classl-
fled h.v sources and shall be esti-
mated as preacrlbed In Sections 21 to
25 of this Article.
Section r. ANTICIPATED REV-
ENUES COMPARED WITH OTHER
YEARS: In narallel columns opposite
tbe several Items of anticipated rev-
enues there shall be nlaced the amount
of si'h lt*"n in the budget of the last
completed fiscal year, the amount* of
such Items actually received during
the year, the amount of each such
Item In the budget of the current fis-
cal year and the amount actually re-
ceived to the time of preparing the
budget plus receipts for tne remuinuer
of the current fiscal year estimated us
accurately aa may be.
Section 2J. SURPLUS: Surplus ahull
Include:
ia> Revenue receipts made avail-
able by the lapsing of unencum-
bered appropriation balances at
the beginning of the budget year,
(b) Receipts from unanticipated
miscellaneous revenues wl the
preceding fiscal year.
i. ) Receipts from anticipated mis-
cellaneous revenues of the pre-
ceding year in excess of the esti-
mates in the budget,
(d) Receipts during the previous flo-
cal year fruau taxes or llefia
against which a complete re -
serve has been established
Section 31. MISCELLANEOUS REV-
ENUE: Miscellaneous levenues shall
Include anticipated revenues from the
collection of taxes other than the gen-
eral proporty tax; the amount of
Slate alii to be received; the amount
by win. ii the City Is expected to hem
lit from taxes collected by the Stale;
the amounts estimated to be recelye.l
from services and sales, fines and for-
feitures, pension assessments special
assessments and other special or non-
roCUl ring soul i es.
Section 22. MISCELLANEOUS REV-
ENUES: ANTICIPATED SURPLUS
FROM MUNICIPAL UTILITY OR
OTHER PUBLIC SERVICE ENTER
PRISE: The anticipated revenues and
proposed expenditures of each utility
or other public service enterprise
oyviied or operated, by the City, shall
be stated In a separate section of the
budget (each bearing the name of the
utility); and as to each such utility,
an anticipated surplus. If legally avail-
able for general purposes, shall be
stated as an Item of miscellaneous
revenue in the budget.
Section 23 MISCELLANEOUS REV-
ENUE; MEASURE OF ESTIMATES:
No miscellaneous revenue from any
source ahall be included aa an anti-
cipated revenue in the budget In an
amount in excess of the average of
the amount actually realised In cash
from the same source ln the next
preceding fiscal year, and that actually
realized In the first ten months of the
current fiscal year plus that to be
received In the remaining two months
of the year estimated as accurately
as may be. unless the Mayor shall de-
termine that the facts clearly war-
rant the expectation that such excesH
amount will actually be realized In
cash during the budget year and
shall certify such determination in
writing to the Council.
Section 24. MISCELLANEOUS REV-
ENUES; RECEIPTS FROM SPECIAL
ASSESSMENTS: Revenues from the,
collection of special assessments on
tiroperty specially beliefitted shall not
be stated In an amount which Is in
excess of the amount of the receipts
so derived which It Is estimated will
be held in cash tin the first day of
the budget year.
Section 25. MISCELLANEOUS
REVENUES: FROM NEW SOURCES:
No revenue from a new source not
previously Stated in the budget shall
be included unless the Mayor shall
determine that the facts clearly var-
iant the \pe. tatlon that such revenue
will be actually realized In cash dur-
ing the budget year In the amount
slated and shall certify such determin-
ation In writing to the Council. If tho
new revenue Is to be received from
the State, the anticipated amount
shall not exceed the amount which
the proper office of the State ahall
declare In writing to be the amount
which may reasonably be anticipated
In the budget year.
Section 26. PROPOSED EXPEN-
DITURES: The proposed expenditures
shall be Itemized lii such form and to
such extent as shall be provided by
layv, and In the absence of such pro-
vision, by regulations established by
(irdlnance Sep.,rat.- provisions shall
be Included In the budget for at least:
(a) Interest, amortisation, and re-
demption charge, on the public debt
which the faith and credit of the
City is pledged.
(b) other statutory expenditures,
(cl The payment of all Judgments.
(d) The amount by- which the total
receipts of miscellaneous revenue.)
In the last completed fiscal year
failed to equal the total of tho
budget estimates of r.c.ipis from
miscellaneous revenues for that year.
(e) An amount equal to the aggre-
gate of all taxes levied for the third
fiscal year prior to the budget year
which are delinquent and outstand-
ing on the toth day prior to the
beginning of the budget year, except
to the extent the City may have
made provision therefor by reserv-
ing the full amount of said delin-
quent taxes.
(f) An amount equal to the aggre-
gate of all cancellations, remissions.
abatements and refunds of taxeo
that have been made during the cur-
rent fiscal year.
(g) An amount equal to the aggre-
gate of all apeclal revenue notes
which It Is estimated will be out-
standing at the end of the current
year in anticipation of the collection
of revenues other than the property
tax.
(h) An amount equal to the aggre-
f:ate of all emergency notes which It
- estimated -will be outstanding at
the end of the current year.
(I) If the City Is required to mako
up the deficit arising from the oper-
ations of utility or other publl.r
service enterprises, an amount equal
to the deficit from such operations
during the last completed fiscal year,
separately stated for each utility or
other public service enterprlae which
appears In a separate section of
the budget.
i.il Administration, operation and
maintenance of each Office. Depart-
ment or Agency of the Cltv Itemised
by character and object of expendi-
ture.
(k) Contingent expense In an
amount not more than three per
centum of the total amount stated
Surauant to subsection (J) of this
ectlon.
(I) Expenditures proposed for capi-
tal project*. Including provisions for
down payments on capital projects
as required by Section 28 of this
Article.
Section tl. PROPOSED EXPENDI-
TURES; C O M P A R ISON WITH
OTHER YEARS: In parallel columns
opposite the several item, of pro-
posed expenditures, there shall bo
nlaced the amount of each such ltea
In the hudget of the laat complete!!
fiscal year, the amount of such items
actually expended during such year,
the amount of each auah Item In tho
budget of the current year, and tho
amount actually expended to the tlmo
of preparing the n>udget nln. thp
expenditures for the remainder of


LEGAL NOTICE
the current fis. ni year estimated as
l^..n>2B.SOO^N PAYMENTS ON
CAPJTAL PROJECTS: L'nuer the .-!<
cial (Mi'ilon of "Down Payments on
Capital Projei ts" aa proi Ided In sub-
..,.,, ,11 ..i Be. tlon M "i this Ar-
1,1.. i!i. i, ahall I"- separate!) stated
. to .i.ii capital iirojecl [or which
G i- xpected thai bonds will be au-
thorised during the budg. i year, a
mini n hlch la n..i leas than rive I '
pi i en turn of the amol......I bonds to
be authorised rn thai project. For
purpoai ol ci"" n pa> in. in- .ni atreel
Improvement* i xp. i ti d to be parti)
financed b> the Issuance ol bonda
during the budg. I year, maj .....
Ideteil .1 -ins]- projei I. ao, aJ
all |n obosi .1 \t.-n- 0ns of Hi'
Byatem, .in.i likewise all extensions of
the aewei system. Such an appropria-
tion i"' a dojrn payment sharlf not be
required befon i In ll uani t ,,f bonda
m rinance an) capital expenditure
v. hlch i- ili<- result of fire, il.....I oi
disaster, or which la for i i
owned ..i operated utlllt) or othei
LEGAL NOTICE
maximum coal ( the capital project,
Including an) sums theretolore oi
then i" appropriated #
,n a statement ol the nmoiml ol
the Bow.....lyment approprluti
the budget thai yi si In antli I
i, bond i -" ., ,
\ ,i. terminal....... 'l11' I" '
project, within
Hi,- llmltationa "f Si
L'n of :
LEGAL NOTICE
rth Miami
id
hi,
i .in ..i
tlli-N HI.I
III, I
2d of this vii.,
,, a determination .1 the
ni in of Hi. i
of 'the bonds Iherel.)
together with a di emeni
bonda thereb) aiithoi
wil..... all debt and othei .. rrccrTll,F n.TE OF
1 >l illicit
in
8
Khali !
tI'be" passed- onl ear appro-
4AOE FOR DOWN PAY.
, j NO BONO ORDINANCE
LEGAL NOTICi
Section 24. SHORT PERIOD OF
.(MM ATIONS: '" ,*""l> '-'"
uaja.hall ... rta|...... ..... pi.-
ilii ".....--'-
provided
i,i
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this four
i.ii an) i
,n in.
have I.. .n
... ,i b) il"-
,,n,i .ill laws;
..I sui h bond
. I,'I be
,i b) di pan
fndttuii -.i i i i> pii
,. thi taxi ,i- .- ....... -il
in.....j 'i he ,!.!.,iled i
ol the bud
ARTICLE IV.
BORROWING l-OR CAPITAL
IMPROVEMENTS
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quired
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7. l-..iiii .in.l
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comb -
v. ,. ,
age period u ...:-
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tlon afli
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11. l.i. of llond
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passed
lion i 'x
in.-I,I
1::. I low ni>.
linn.
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antli Ipal Ion ..i I :-<:,...- Ma -
1.".. t>th**r
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installment*
IT. l-u-t .i,ii: Iment
l \ I....- annual Installmi
1''. I'- .,,:.: ,.....-v nin-
puted from date i H
:'" I'.....i of utiel jl
21, I ii*,,l mill.- u, ,ii ..1 ... ....!
>i' usefuli
22. I 'i-ii.riiiiii.il ion ,.i' C
concluslxe
i'::. Public sale
I'I. Shol I pi i I."I Of linn'
2i. I'aymenl of Bonda and
Notea
Section 1. DEFINITIONS: \- used
In this i 'hartei. "< 'upital Proji cl oi
"Project" meuns
ii .my physical public betterment
Ol Improvement .mil an) prellinlnur)
studies .in.i surveya :,-, r, v .-
iii Hi. acquisition ,,i proper!) ,.i .,
p. i ni i nelll n.i'
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f... an) public i..-i:. i in. .. .-: ii
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Section 2. CAPITAL IMPROVE-
MENTS: FOR THE CITY AT LARGE;
FOR DISTRICTS: REQUIREMENTS:
.\< num.. ||ih I .
ordereil :
b) unanimous consi nl of I i
.
tin- Cli), but an; mun inpi ove-
lor any lsl
by vote ol ,
Coun,
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i,, i..- or-
:
.,1.
" i-- Hlld :
Of III, I I
emenl unless the
-I-- llbil -I HI- -.li'l llll|......
shall have been approved b\ .nl ol the
1 .mi..
nil.- shall
solute, |
Of 111- I'M.
I'......I- issued bj the < ii -. foi
IHst'rici improvi mi nts Bhal'l I
only nil ..i ii,. i, lev-
led and i inds ly-
ing a hln i foi u l, I
:in|in,\.iii, in .ii,- made "i i ontem-
!',.: Df the pi
.11 bonds
i. in- i r
i :'.. .1 ahd re".

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DEBTTQNESS BY ISSUING BONDS
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VOTE REQUIRCD: T

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Section 5. FORM AND CONTENT OF
BOND ORDINANCE: A bond
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ID Of a I in: ..''
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ild |>pi
-in :i uthoi ..I, ,, ii,,. inde-
btedness
or boi .,,..
ml in lids i 'hai ii-r,
I) A latement of the estimated
1 .
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Section 8 FORM AND CONTENT:
AVERAGE PERIOD OF USEFUL
NESS: II ., i
i more |in s.^i^n '3 DOWN PAYMENT NOT
REQUIRED IN CERTAIN CASES
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ACt OF BOND ORDINANCES P L ti -
LICATION AFTER FINAL PASS-
AGE:
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NOTICE

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NOTES IN ANTICIPATION OF
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BY RESOLUTION:

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! the affn ma-
,rit) ..f Hi..
of 1
Section 16. ALL BONDS PAID IN
ANNUAL INSTALLMENTS: All
Issued ;.:r suanl to thla 'li.tr- -
lei shall I- scutlvi an-
one "i a In. I,
shall be mon pvi entum
ni mallesl i-i iu
InsUllini
Sect.on 17. FIRST ANNUAL IN-
| stallment: : ii annual In-
ml la- i ni shall paid ..... more than
Sect.on 10. REFERENDUM ON
BOND ORDiNANULs

:/...i by I
... ,. .i l>) ild <
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1
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voting provided
in.,i ..Ii i. \. nue bonds whli h
ha -
adopted the City I
1 irdlnai.....i,.ill i.. iis --. .i .
i... b)
i'i. for the pa) me.....: elf-s
ln I 'I' "' I- .....i to
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ftei ,i ,.| i 'i.ii passuge
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thi
Section 18. LAST ANNUAL IN-
STALLMENT: Tin i.il in.
-i.illtt
lei Hi.ii, Mi.
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isefiilness e. I for I
I- ... i.
I two
.
n 19. PERIOD OF USEFUL-
NESS COMPUTED FROM DATE OF
PASSAGE
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NESS I
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. oi in the pi..i.......>s Ill-
ill >' "----------1 '" '
. 0| ,i, i. running
ii- i ihe bonu. i.....o>
, ,,,.i in.- nv and ..il
ill torevei thorj-
. lopped irosn .....r*m '"*
i
i ordinance
, ..I,, isi\el) |in ,-,.ii
uai
, ,, .....i"> "" 'he
. ii.u i.-i
i it,, valldlt)
: !,, either .i part) pl.iintirf
,i. ii.i.mi exi epl in .i
... lion oi I........'dings ...in
. ,|. .1,IM,in of
...
,. ton 2b. PAYMENT OF BONDS
AND NOTES: III. powei and l.ll-
, i,. pa) ..n> .<'"! all
,,.., ,i- ., id I,.-'. in i.-.in.-i issued be
. :,., ,.-, ahaU he
v.,l. ,, i ,\. upon .ill taxaMs prop;
. > i.., Hi. payment
ii ,i"i inleiesl
ii,,.iii limitation ..f i
I ii,,- faith and i redtl >' the
. ... pledged foi the paymenl
,,i,i ,.f tin- intei -! "ii
,,H bonds and not< of n- i It? her*-
,,,,., | ....in !,. ii.l- ii 'i lei .
, ,., I,,.i such pledge b,- stated
,., n the bond
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,..i ded in Sac-
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I-,,, i. tlon I-, Ing
factor) ..ii.....ii..mi
rays with-
illaml I'-- -i' i. may
ll hereby il.
lilt) in
.- thi ; ,1
-,1 shall, in any
. ..j Hi. orders
bonds .-I
ICl r ll-' '
is tan tli ..'!
I bltants
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ARTICLE V.
DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL
Meill ap|.....n-
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s.tl ii ii-s iii Clasalfli -I
s,-i \ lea
i i F 8ubp i ii.i.
ri oductlon .'f
i:.....da
ll. Prohibitions, Penaltb -
\ olations of Pro*
IN ..Hi.-~
I : Salai lea ,.f Cl* il 8ei \ ire
I:.mi,l. its Kmployei
in.- :- .'I-----1 fled
ll. r. ti. and Itel
i'i ni. Relief I'lin.l. Insur-
Plan, a., ,-i-i.t, .-f
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Section 1. MERIT BASIS OF
POINTMENTS: I'll.- ap.....nlmenl ..
II '!,. A.l.i .
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ertaln-
II bli i ..,,., i.
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Section 2 CIVIL SERVICE BOARD-
NUMBER. APPOINTMENTS: ELEC-
TION. REMOVAL
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UNru^pf^11- ""VICE BOa-tD:
SFRVICE: n,? ^SSlF.rD
LIOAL NOTICE
fled and Classified Service Tk
. lasslfled Servh-, MlmU ,", h| The Ug.
tal The heads of ,i
i.iemlier of appoint lie i.,1 ",,r,"n"".
A.(..r..ey. Judge .,f Ul, ,'':.' "r
il.l.-f of I'-.m-e. .hi.,' .,, V,'""r|.
partment. and the Clh x',.' '"-
'',' '-laa-lfl. -I H......- -li.H,"
,il positions in.i .., ,|, "'"iprlsi
b) this Charter In i. .
Service There shall be i ,,:,."'1""l-i
fled Hervloe thre.
as the Competitive i i
petltlve Cbbssi, and i
fi.ll.iws:
Is I The Competltlvi i .,,,,
, i,..l.- all positions ,,,, ;"' 'n-
i,,i trhloh it la prai il ,"""'-
mine the merit and fil r-
i-atits b) competltlvi -
il The Non-competH
shall consist oi ,ui |,...
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ficatlong or a fecientlfic. ,.
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n.-i.'i. ga mi > be det.
rules ..f the ih...ni
(cl The lagkof Class shall bidaiti
ordlgairi unaklHod labo "'ti
Section S. CIVIL SERVICE OOARn
POWERS AND DUTIES: CREATION
OF RULESi The 1.......i ,,? h?,
the |...,-i an,I shall l ,,| [?.*
111 Adopt, amend ,, h.,,','
C........f I ule~ an,I i ggubll.....-
uig for ihe Bssjointmenl ml emuloi
in. nt In all positions u. .
Si-rvi, e, based on merll
. hnrat'ter
lid in. i


I-- .is. suspensions, ,
... ii..us f..r .-:iii-. I
i ulea affe. tins; the resp.
of appointments
i haII in, 'nil.- ,.i ha ve si
i.. the |.i..N iatona ..f .-. ,,f ,h '
usg
(.') A,lv i.-.- SJId -,
and M.iiin in f,.Ht,.i In
Instltutlong of l.-ai nlng
i i,ii,l empsu)...
ih. Improi .ii, .in of pel
a: dS ill tin- Mill., pa]
,:!> Advlee the Ciiui Hiyet
,.., in..i.l.n
mtnlsti si Ion.
iii Make an) lm
ii may ,-"ii ildlei di
i im aamlnlal ration i
Muni, ipal Ben i' and
i "ii which
'
' l,, Hi*
ouncll an.i m -
each v ai. ii lm llnj
i ecommend > i loni
, i Heal app>
employee In the i
. imI.-,I. i ,i .
an.I report In \\ rtt.li
II and Mi,
i. .-.i,,i eudatloi
Section 6. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD
PROMOTIONS: I
.. for promotion i
,i, i in- i :.. -- .i led .--..-
..,.,
. undu. i ami senloi
section 7. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD;
REMOVAL. SUSPENSION: REDUC-
TION; OF EMPLOYEES IN CLA8SI-
FIED SERVICE:
(1) NOTICB: Th.. ,;
;,.i in.in.-ni emplo) -,,
,\.- nut .1 Hi. I lepai I
.i II ha ve 1.1-1 1 Mid
.yee with a wrltti
.1 U. t-.K.-t h.-l \'. -,
.1. .i. tail a- -hall .Ii., : .
t.. explain th< l hu
,.k\ n ilefense. A r,.|.\
.-t liiH.-hatse UNEethei a the em-
ployee's exptanatlon, ii -hall be
tiled with the Board v temponij
employee who has bo permanenl ut-
in ant ..tin i I i- ii
,i\ll seivlie rl!hi- i in.ntly,
such an employee ma) b. tmried
b) the I >e|ial tinelil lm. : mlluillt
..|.]..al to the Civil Servl. i Hoard
12) OROUNDS FOR DISMISSAL,
SUSPENSION AND DEMOTIONS:
I he ti,ll..wing are t.i i onstltutl
of duty anil to I"- i--'.......Is'or
dismissal m suspensi.n f -
slfled Hervlce or groundi :
tlon, though charaea ma) be buei
ii|.n .aus.- other than Ih. i imnirr-
ited vi. that any
is) has been convicted ol i crag*
i,..I offeaas), m ..i a mlsdi pasjgrBs
\..i .in: moral tui ultud.
Ih) has I.. n k in I' ^ of 1'iimonu
. ,-i iiiim.il .,, i ii -
tun.- tin- haigea "
\..lve.l in a rtmlnal
i..... the Orand Jui
Ihe employee o '' 'li
i>--1 thai the heai iig l 'l"'"r!
......nt,.-,.. .i s Ith hi ",""'
-in h time as III.- criminal I"
iiim.it. be granted, provtd. d. I '"'
. mplo) .- shall "J"
.-i ..f nil rhjhts to i- ii ln
said period ..f djournu
. ulwl. further, thai
ma] have the hearln
la.u |..... .-e.l at an) "'' ""'
da)s notice in wrll ng
., i I,..- arlUfull), ,
through culpable nri !
K.llllv ,.f hi ul.l I .
,1..... prlsoi
till...n ,.| to I I"
i.l. has w tllf llllv l .
Ihe provla.....a ..i the
l.a ... Kul.-s ,,l the I '
,. i has been -I n '
initiK to an mj lliewu
..f North Miami B. -j
(fl has violate.) an ".
i.as..nal,l. ..Hi, -,,1 *JL
.1... .., railed b
onable dire, ll- n
i- bis superior, wn. r, "
n.,n ..i failure to ,1a*-
an ai i ..i maubord nai ,,
breach < pro i
i. suited ..i reasonal '*,
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WlY. FEBRUARY 5, 1SS4
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PAGE 11 B
LEGAL NOTICI
Lt-OAL NOTICE
.roperty or the City of North Mlmml
ZT*u "ailed to Py or make rea-
"Jht provisions for future My-
" i V.f iu"l <>eD,' "ereb>r <""<>
n ,v i.. l '" <">l>loyer or MM-
1" the service generally; or
|M "... .-..... threatened, or at-
l"). ,'i to use political Influence In
''"l; '.',,.h.!|.,.>. leave, of ah-
"'% transfer*. change In pay.
character ..f work, or re-
'.., ,,( ainlnatloa grade; or
, hi- KUided, or In any manner
Jl". .,;, .. oncerned In assessing,
ii it in- "> collecting any money
E ..,,"' .i..........mployee In the
1 I ,',| the City of Ninth Miami
tench f" "' purpose "' making a
, public ofliccr; or
*,, hi- been Induced, has Induced,
,--. im.ted I.. Induce, an offl-
n thi esfVioe of the
i-itv '"I N"ilh Miami llench to mm-
,, ., unlawful get, or to ml In
,1,11,11 "1 lawful and reasonable
L',,, i '.,1 or official regulations
has taken any fee, gin.
'' ,,,i yalui...... thing In the
'.... oi bar work or In con-
Mrtion li 't foe his or her per-
from any cltisen. when
,1 ,,,. Ibutlon Is made with the
hone ii' upectatlnn nf receiving a
,,'..... lietiei treat man t than Isuc-
i other cltlsetis: or
m h.i- intentionally falsified a
lime reconl or failed to report ali-
dutj to superiors, or,
j, ,f,( lyment, II la found thai
i made a false Ktiite
application tot anqHO] -
n absent from duty
haa failed, to re-
iftei ii,.- lea i .i b
[ expired, or after aald
]. ban l.....n, dlnxppro) -
i .i ill ill'*'!. If .... nl
. to i.pint is ax-
il ma > be dla-
. mployee reinstated
met position ui
baan filled from
ler, in a lit. li i
. m.iy remain ami
. .. name be plac-
icihii reglstei In the
i. ii ralnstatamant;
; tic towarda super-
v employees, ortticia-
i, and policies, and
Interferes with the
ii uf employees and
. ii, y of thf public

mi i fused a surety bond
when .ii I'd for as a qualification
for i -in
INOTK ^ is contained In any
ot Ihi -hall Interfere with
the right '"l duly of the Mayor,
the 11.1... .hi load, Chiefs of Po-
I I I 'i-i..ii-tmerits, or a citi-
zen, to fill rues attain.t any em-
ploj...... i ground* which he con-
il.le. I
i"l Appt.ii to Board: When any
biptoyee the Classified Service
lllh perm hi. in civil service status.
ph.. hail been -u-pended, reduced In
iik, or el -massed, appeals to the
ard. the Vppeal must be made In
nine i fifteen (IS) days from
* (tatc he reeetvae notice of
bpeiuHi redu, lion i>r dismissal, and
e Hour (I r Mi.- next regular meeting
Vill ... ii ilale In hear such Ap-
ril The ..-Imaik date shall detei-
line thi ecu compliance with
I I fifteen (16) days
lile 'I'd,- I rei-ogalalna the dls-
Iplmirj it; ,,f the admlmstra-
I1' h. id) at all times to
| non-hip between the
., shall make Its
in writing to thC
deration, who shall
i ii iiiiiie. everslns.
I Ipllnary action of
director.
: Ap;>. || proceeding: Written
bj the Board t"
the Mayor, and Cit)
head of tin l
lime and place ol
K i The |ilo. eedlllKS
al as is compatible
! i-nm of justice The
. i...umi by local
[ i o--> it Proof: Thi Board will.
i i-h to such person
-. a ml specifics
[ h in or bar. The
the evidence hi.....
[ 11 ii. atlons as filed
Director of the De-
ter la I amendment of
i, the -h.i charge* or ape
I he conshtarad bj the
l .....f shall be as fol-
ol the Department
evidence n. rap-
ines.
I'ellanl shall then pro-
enc| ,, he ma) wish
defense The Director
I iment may offej rebut -
[ and the Board at Its,
li. ,, hear arguments.
I m of tfden, e shall
I '.....Ules applied I.v
i lies and lieitu-
'.....I the i..
i repreaented b> the City
I oth,-i Counse. The ap-
hj .e1;:.....,.-,l by
I i the Hoard, after due
render Its recom-
', .....I to the A......I-
I i M
' yn.t.on before Appeal: The
I'epartmenl head of
' .....'....."vee s.ls-
\ in i..nk. or dismissed,
V ri the part of the
} -id. r.d a w-lth-
I ind II... separ-
. inc.I shall
I n it Ion a...i the
I la. dlamiaaed with-
|l i harm "" "f 'h- dlemls-
n In the p-
"inain In the person-
n h:.l| >' and a nota-
n the cnpi of the
th. effect that
"...i : '*'!. purauant t..
ii i ..f An
KTrSiE
I -hall fall to ap-
''.' "xed for the hearing.
r-t en, t.re,i bv the ra-
t'on. ( .eder judgment
Ch "etlfy th. T. '0',^,, ahall forth-
.,"n>"^..| '.'."'"" ""'"' head and
'qu|,i,i.'.'iV'''' ':' "" decision
^"v ei inv'n ?."eaapoint.
aaaMoct ,, ,'w,,<' '" dismissed
1 delinquency, or who
shall be dlaquallfled from taking anv
exan.lnallon for at least two .-"years
thereafter, unless In the )udnWntof
tha Board the said charge, wllljuit
if feel Die eoipl,,. ,. n,.f Ullll-Jml.,
aome other .Heupatlon. u"t,ulneM '"
(SiPh)'le,. 'oeapacitation: O/gsn
an employee become, physically |n
capacutcd for the performance of ,,.
duties of position, tliJ- Director of
the Department may. ft ,, requeS
of said employee and with the consent
of the Board, transfer aald employee
to a vacant imsltlon In the same or a
;;;;;-J--! with.,, ,he empio,...,,..
(10) Reduction in Pty 0r Position:
iloarlngs on appeal fro,,, employees
reduced In pay or position, laid' ..ff,
or suspended by the Department head
shall be conducted gcm-ralli in the
-,'..... manner as hearings on appeal
from orders of discharge
CD Dismissal of Probationary Em
ployee in an Entrance Position
M he never It becomes necessary for
the Director of a Department to
recommend dlamlaaal of probation-
er) employee In an entrance position
a report of the oharaaa together with
the proceeding, of the hearing held
before th.- .aid Director, shall be
forwarded to the Hoard for filing with
the service record of said employee
llf) Resignation: Any emplc
the classified service who desires to
resign .hall do so In writing to the
bead "( the Department in whleh be
or she is employed, The Department
head shall thcrcii|Kjn report such
rllon to the Cl\ il Bet v I.
An employee who resigns, relinquishes
an lights recognised under Clvli Berv-
k c status
The Civil Ben c Board shall also
ha\e the right to remove o reduce
flelal .....mployee In the Classi-
fied Service u|N,n written chai
in. i prefen. .1 b) anj itlxen,
i.iii ..oh after reasonable nol
i >i ...i.i full hearing, it shall
be the dut) ..f the Board to fix a
mini.nun. standard of cofiduci nnd ef-
fli a ii > i i ch ade In Hi.- set % lc<
ami whenever II shall appeal from th
reports ..( efflclenc) made to sali
Board foi parlod ..f three months
thai the conduct and efflclenc) of an)
employee has fallen below this mini-
mum, thai employee ahall be called
i..lore the Board i" shoe cause ah)
he should nol be removed, and if.
upon hearing;, r... reason la shown
sattafactory to the Board, ha shall be
removed, suspended or reduced In
grade, as the Hoard shall determine.
Sections CIVIL SERVICE BOARD:
STATUS OF PRESENT EMPLOY-
EES IN CLASSIFIED SERVICE: All
persons In the. employ of the City
holding positions in the Classified
Service at the time this Chattel lake-
effect, shall, unless their |x>.lt|on be
abolished, retain same until discharg-
ed, reduced, laromoted, 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
In] -..buy or compensation for serv-
ice to any person holding a position in
the Classified Service unless the pay-
roll or account for such salary or com-
pensation shall liear the certificate 0<
the Hoard, or Its secretary that the
persons named therein have been ap-
pointed or employed and are perform-
ing service In accordance with the
provisions of this Charter and of the
rules promulgated bj the Hoard
Section 10. CIVIL SERVICE
BOARD: POWERS OF SUBPOENA:
OATHS. PRODUCTION OF REC-
ORDS: in an) Investigation conduct-
ad bj the Board II ahall have the
i,..,\.r r. subpoena and require the at-
tendance of witnesses and the pro-
i hereb) of i..,.'ks i nd pa pel -
pertinent to the Investigation and to
administer oaths to such wltn.
Section 11. CIVIL SERVICE
BOARD: PROHIBITIONS: PENAL
TIES: No person in the Classified
m seeking admission thereto
shall be appointed, red u ed or i e-
movi I, in in an) way favored or die.
criminated against I.....iue of political
opinion, or affllial Offlc. 01
. ,,r th.- CH) shall directly <"
Indirect)) solicit or receive or be In
an) ma.in. i concerned in soliciting
or receiving an) assessment, ibscrlp-
tlon, or contribution for anv political
purpos< whatever. Mo person holding
a position iii the 'I isalfied Bei i li e
shall tak,. part in political manage-
ment or affairs or in political cam-
paigns further than lo cast his votl
or express privat.-lv his opinion.
Section 12 CIVIL SERVICE
BOARD; VIOLATIONS OF PROVI-
SIONS: PENALTIES: The Civil Serv-
ice Hoard subject t., the approval "f
the Council shall determine the penal-
tics for th.- violation of th.- proi slonj
of this Act, and the rtrtes promufciatag
'"section" 13. CIVIL SERVICE
BOARD: SALARIES OF CIVIL
SERVICE BOARD AND ITS EM-
PLOYEFS: The salaries ol the I Vll
Pen i.e Bo .nl and Its empton
be determined bv' the '-"tin. ll and S
sufficient sum shall be appronrlated
each rear to .anv out the provisions
r,:;,:nA'l' r.VIL IIMVjCI
BOARD; PENSIONS N" cpJ< **
M'NT PI.AN: REL'FF FUND: IN-
StlRANCF PLAN: Aff"FPI*NCeF "Z
MONFY OR PBOOFRTV mR SUr.H
FUND; ADMINISTRATION OF
fa) tii. riiv Cnunrll shall
Hsh i fond or funds for the 'ellef or
nanslon of n the n
-. r.....' the <-itv II ('- gits.
,,f mom v ,-. pi..... i"
for the benefit "f ". 'nod or fooi-
msv mas-e contributions nf pubPe
.H"N< as It mav ..... '" an I sh
rules end real
m-n-eoimni Investment and .dmlnls-
tr-.tloo nf -ivli fond nr I '
l,i The ''!'< <-..ioi
newer to msl......Ml icts nf Insursncs
win, anv lnur R
i.,.l i., irmsirl business In the Btate,
Insti'ine Its employees or anv I lass
,. el-.-se- .hereof nndee a pol
...,ii,-i. s of rro".. Ineorance ','"''"
the life or health or seeldent inaur-
ee or snv t-i "'ore
els.se. of Insurance and may r"n'7Ji'
with a." eo.no.nv ^""""f ""^rin,
, pension, anrt .nlMrM In 'n'-
act lui-'neas wlth'n the ...-e for the
....,,-i..nlne ,.f ...ch ."* "I v
r'.- ..r ci-ses thereof and for sv
and all -"ch pur..-e. mav ..">r.mriste
o..| of It- tre.-.r' anv money nacJJ-
aaev to nay ..reml-n- or charwesin-
,|..... t,. the c*r-vlng on of su. n
p,,'l.-le "' eontrscts.
fc) The >" .-.e.n.-ll sh." '"h,7"
. Ihs emolovee. In >' ''la.slfi"'
irvic; an -tshll.b a fun-;
"-->- *-- "-
^___.^ggggBBBB
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
^"'saVci.'y6 C1"',,,,'e<, "Vke of
.hL*",-.'" ,'.!"', rv'"' '"' employees in
vote "..... S,IVI"' majorlti
1","11'1......... t" the establishing of a
Pen-,..,, fund then a,,,, only in thai
event, will ti. city Council Inaug-
urate su, h pension fund.
jHil?B 15 CIVIL SERVICE
BOARD; PAY PLAN: There shall be
''"'''.......y lbs Civil Sen |,e Hoard
a standard schedule of pa: for each
Position m Classified BervlcJ. and sub-
mit'e.i for approval to the cm Coun-
cl. and su,,, plat, shall take effect
when adopted by t|. Council by a
majority vote. The Cay Mai, adopted
by the I oiin, || shall include the mlm.
mum anil maximum ami such Intel-
mediate rates si ma) be deemed de-
sirable, for such class of position
Amendment to Pay Schedules may be
adopted by the Council from time to
time upon recommendation of the
Civil Hervlce Hoard. In Increasing or
'!" ri aslnii each in the fin Hudgcl
the Mayo, or City Council, or either
shall not increase oi decrease any In
dividual salary Item, but shall" act
spiel) with i.s.....t t,, class of posi-
tion gs established In the flas.lfied
and Hay I'Ian. In no even! shall the
t oun.ll redue,. the salary of a class
in-low the minimum, or rule, h above
the maximum established by the. Pa)
Plan, except b> amendment of the
Paj I'Ian.
Sect.on 16. PRIORITY RATINGS
FOR VETERANS: There shall be pre-
scribed in the rul.s and regulationi
the provision that Veterans of the
Mllltar) Hervlce. of the ITnlted States
of America shall have added to their
ten ilm points in nr. com-
petitive examination! foi the purpose
of setiioritv ral
Section 17. DEPARTMENT HEADS:
CIVIL SERVICE STATUS: An per-
son or persona holding Civil Service
ratings, having been appointed to the
i"n. la sslfled ."-i vice, i uch as C
Poll. or Pli e i '.-pa, i ui. nta, shall.
upon removal, revei t .t.. hit foi mi i
status, pi um led. however, thai should
sai.i remoi al be for olal Inni as -'
out iii Section 7. thai he shall be ub-
ie, i to disciplinary action as .set out in
said Section.
ARTICLE VI
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
Sen..n i 11,-p.ii t m. in of pinani e;
Af-TIV \TI' N :
:'. i .ire. tor of Finance;
Appointment
3. I i. ei-tor of Plnam <;
Qualification.
4. Director "f Finance;
Salary
.V Director Of Finance;
Burets I loud
>i. I 'ii. i.r of Finance:
Powers and Duties
7. Work programs; Allot-
ments >
8. Allotments constitute
basis .,f e\pendltui-es and
are, subject to Revision
9. Transfers of approprla-
I LUIS
10. Accounting Supervision
and control
11. When contracts and
expemlltui ,-s prohibited
12. Appropriations lapse at
nd of year
13. Fees shall be paid to city
(b.vei iiment
II. Division of Purchases
Is. Competitive Bidding
16. Contracts for City
Improvement.
17. Accounting Control of
I'm. ha-. i
is. No Contract sxet uted until
Bond Ordinance effective
19. Rmergency Appropria-
tions
20. H... r..wim: to Itleel
cine, gencv App, ..pi i.i i Ion.
21. Borrowing in anticipation
of Hi op.-. 11 Taxes
tt. Borrowing in Anticipation
,,f other revgnue
g, x.it.s redeemable prior
to Maturity
14. Rale of Notes. Report of
Hale
15. Payment of V.i-
Sertion 1. DEPARTMENT OF FI-
NANCE: ACTIVATION: Bectlonr I
through .i of thi Article, snail
dormant until such time as (he) . activated b) the majority vote of the
City council, and approved by the
May-.r; and nntjl su, h tune as these
'i- bie iu-tiv.ited. the Mi'" and
the cit\ Council acting in conjunc-
tion nl, si li other, -hail effe< tuat.
the provisions of this ai I
Section 2. DIRECTOR OF FI-
NANCE: APPOINTMENT: There
shall be a Department of Finance.
the head of which shall be th. Mi. -
tor of plnance, and who shall be, or
be appointed by the Mavor,
S.rtion 3. DIRECTOR OF FI-
NANCE : qualifications: The Di-
rector of Finance shall have knowl-
edge of municipal accounting and.tax-
ation ami shaM have had experience
In huduetini; and financial control.
Section 4. DIRECTOR OF FI-
NANCE: SALARY: The Director of
Finance shall receive an annual salary
..f (fixed I" Council) which amount
unit he changed bi Ordinance,.
Section 5. DIRECTOR OF Ft.
NANCE: SURETY BONO: The Di-
rector of Finance shall provide ., bond
" ,ih -u. h .in el ind In -ml, amount
a- th.- 'oun, II ma) eqult by 'rdi-
"seVtlnn DIRECTOR OF Fl-
MANfP; POWFR"s AND DUTIES:
Th.- 1 Hrector of r" n i n ball ha' e
,,f ii,.. admli of ih.
,,r (he city and to
thai end be shall have the authority
R ||,I sll.-.'l I .
rgt Complb th. ......nae
e-nmatis f.,r the budget for the
(hi "c.....-;'e the <<......Iimlcs
f... tha^Btidvel for the afavoi
fc) Bupervlse si be reaponalhle
for the di-lc-rsem. ni nf .11 ......,' -
and have control ovei all egnennl-
ippro-
.tin,,* nr.. not esceeded
(d> m lieI ill......" 'I acccoili.,'-
. foe th CH) kwemmenl and
each It- offl.es departments and
:.....n b..ok. f..r nnd exer-
cise flnincla' hudse'Hrv pnntrol ov-
er each o'fb-e. d.o.i ri ment and
seencv; keen as pars fa aecoitnts 'or
the Item, of ;...........I.tlo-i contain-
ed In the C'tV Ib'deel. each of which
..-counts shall show I'..- .mount of
the SIMM...... ''"'II. "" 'he unen-
cumbered Imla nee- reonlre reorl.
of rereht --nd rlUbm....... t,t from
each re.Ivit"- and snen-line nprv
of the Cliv .Jove'-nment to he made
dallv or .t ...ch Intervals as he msv
deem e'rnedlent.
(e) lohmlt to the Connell throuah
the Maeor a monthly .tntement of
all receipt, and disbursement. In
sufficient det-.ll to show- l'~ ggSJggs
finanel..! condl'lon of d.. Cltv
LEGAL NOTICE
the end of each fiscal year, a com-
plete financial statement and report
ik l Supe, vise and be responsible
for the as.se.-.sii.e.ii of all propert)
within til,, oorporate limit, of the
Cit) for taxation, make all special
assessments tor the city Oovern-
ni.tii, prepare tax maps ami give
SUob noli,,- ot laves and special as-
.-s,,nenis as may be required by
I.I \\ .
thi Collect all taxes, .pedal a.-
aessments, lic.-nse fees, and other
revenues of tne Cit) or f... Whose
collection the CM) is responsible and
receive all mono receivable b) tne
city iron, th.- Htate oi Federal Oov-
ei iiuieiils, or f.om any Court, or
i,o,n an>- office, Department or
Agenc) of th.- city.
(I) have cumi.ii> .a ail public funds
belonging to or undei th, control of
the City, or any Office, Department
or Agenc) of the City Oovernment,
and deposit all funds coming Into
hi. hands In such depositories as
ma) be iie.iKii.u. .1 by resolution of
th,- Council, or, If no such resolu-
tion be adopted, by the Mayor, sub-
ject to the requirements "i law si
t.. surety ami th.- payment of Inter-
sal on deposits, hut all such Interest
shall be tha propert) ..t the CM)
shall In- accounted foi and credited
to th-- prop.-, account.
,ji Have custody of all Invest-
ments ami Invented fnmis of the
City Government, or In poaseaslon
of such Government In a flduciar)
capacity, and have the safekeeping
of all bonds and notes of the CM)
nd the rei elpl and deliver) of '.t\
i......is ami nol.-. tor transfer,
tiaiion or exchange
ik> Bupervlae and be responsible
for ii,.. pm.h, -ui dis-
tribution '.r ail supplies, materials,
equipment ,,h othel artlcli
by any < tfflce, I >epartmi nt or
Agem ol the l"itv Oovernment,
II) Appro) ,,ll pi,.,........vp.-ndi-
1 ihall i i ii i thai
there In .... unencumbered balance of
appropriation and a>.....ible funds,
no appi opi umbel -
ed ..*'l no expenditures shall be
made
Section 7. WORK PROGRAMS:
allotments: Before the begin-
ning of tin- budget year, the hi
each Office, deparl.....nl or Agenc)
shall submit to the Mayor, when re-
quired bj him, work program foi
the year, which program ahall shoe
th.- requested allotments .t u
pi ..p. I., i ions r,- si,.ii office. Depart-
ment or Agency, by monthly periods,
for the entire budget year, The M lyoi
shall review the requeeted allotments
in the light of the work program ol
ih,- Office, Department or Agenc)
concerned, and may revise, alter or
change such allotment, b.-for. approv-
ing same. The aggregate of radi
allotments shall nol exceed the total
appropriation available to said Of
fi.-e. Department ".- Agency for she
budget year.
Section S. ALLOTMENTS CON.
STITUTE BASIS OF EXPENDI-
TURES AND ARE SUBJECT TO RE-
VISION: The Mavor shall file a COP)
of the allotments with the Director
of Finance, who shall authorise all
expenditures f.,r the Office, Depart-
ment or Agencies to be made from
the appropriations on the basis of
approved allotment, and not other-
wise An approved allotment may be
revised durfnit the budRet year it, the
same manner as the ortelnal allot-
ment was made. If, at any time dur-
IT1K 'he Ic.ldaet veal. the .\l.i\ia .'ill,
mi thai th,. available Income,
plus balances, for the year will be
less than the total appropriations, he
shall re, onslder the w ork pr-
a,nl illotmenta of the several Offices,
11.-;i.in in.ni and Agencies and revise
the allotments so as to forests!! the
making of expenditures m exo
thi i id Income
Section 9. TRANSFERS OF AP-
PROPRIATIONS: The Mayoi may, al
me, transfer an) unencumbered
appropriation balanc. m portion there-
of i.etwe. n gi neral i la iltli al Ions ol
expendltuieg within an fl,. e, I-
paitm.-iit or Agency Al the request
of the M i v nr ami w llhln the last three
months >.f the budget year, the Coun-
cil ma). b) resolul...... transf.
il..-i.-.l appropriation 1
oi portion the.....f from on< i
l e|../iniei,t or Agenc) to another N
shall i m id. ',out the Bp-
itlons required by sub--
(a), lb), fc), id i. i. .. if..iu i. ni' .., i
m of Sect Ion 1! of Article 111 of this
irter.
Srton 10. AOCOIINTINO SUPER-
VISION and CONTROL: The Direc-
tor ol Finance suail uava ,......u ami
shall be i squired to:
.a i pi,-., i ii... forms of re
.1 -. I.ills. ,., Cl I MIS to be Used
b) all the ''fine-. Departments end
Agencies of the Cit) Oovernment.
fb) examine and approve .,11 con-
tracts, orders and other documents
by which the Cltv Government In-
curs financial obligations, having
previous!) ascertained that monies
has been appropriated and allotted
and will he available when the obll-
in shall 1.......me due and p.. \ -
..I.I.
i i Audit and approve befot pa)
met all bill., invoice., payrolls and
..the,- evidences of claima, demands,
barges against th.- Cit) Govern-
ment and with lb.- advice of the
I..-'. mi. i nf !a del I ae the
t.-Kui sgalit) 'nd ",'
. demands -
Id I In ; 1 .111 .i l.'.il -
,.r reci'' ds of tin 11 ,. ilons
which oiav i... maintained In any
. i., part oa ni i v acy of the
, i \ nt apaj t fr..,n ,., .,,!.-
si.ll.n to tin- accounts kept ,n his
off* I
Section 11. WHEN CONTRACTS
AND EXPENDITURES PROHIBIT-
ED: > tgenc)
.hall, during an) budgel yeat
or .....,, a. to expend sn) moni j nr
Incur any llnbllit) or enter ,, 11
contract which b) its terms involves
the expenditure of m..nev. for ana
purpose, in excess of the a.no,int. sp-
ited for in so net ii -
cation of expenditures, pursuant t'
thi- charter. An) contract, verbal ot
written, made in violation of this
i shall b,. null ami void. Any
Officer or Kmplovee of the City who
shall violate this Section .hall be
guiltv of a misdemeanor, and. upon
conviction thereof, .hall cease to hold
his office or cmplnymenI. Nothing* in
thi. Section contained, however, shall
prevent Improvements to. be financed
in whole ,,, In pat t bv t he II
of bond., nor the making of contracts
of lease, or for service, for a period
exceeding the budget year in which
such contract is made, when such
contract i. permitted bv law.
Section 12. APPROPRIATIONS
LAPSE AT END OF YEAR: All ap
the budget year to the extent that
thev shall not have been e.ypeiideil
or iawiuily encumoenau.
Section 13. FEES SHALL BE PAID
TO CITY GOVtRNMENT: All fees
received by any ofl.eer or employee
shall bei.,iik to the cay Oovernment
and shah be paid daily tu the Depart-
ment oi l-lnai.ce.
Section 14. DIVISION OF PUR-
CHASE'S,: There snail be estabiisned
In the Department of Ku.ancc a ulvl-
moii ot I'uicliases. in,- head pi which
.hall be the I'll) I'lllcbaslUK AK'"'
The I'u.ciasuiK Agent purauant i.,
rules and regulations established by
Ordinance, shall contract for,- pur-
chase, store and tnatrloute au sup-
plies, materials am, equli.....ml re-
quired b) anv Office, Department or
Agency of tne t it) Oovernment. The
Purchaalng Agenl shall a,so have poa -
er ami shall be re.pure.I to:
la i l',s,nbii..h ami enforce specifi-
cations with respect to supplies, ma-
terials and equipment requlsed by
I he Cit) fi'Vei ninellt
ih) Inspect or supervise the in-
spection of all deliveries of sup-
plies, materials and equipment, ami
detei mine th.-ir quaflt), qnanl
aleI ,o,ilola...... e Will. 1-poclle -
turns.
ui Have charge of such general
Storerooms snd warehouses a. the
Council mav provide by Indilian
'di Transfer to or between tif-
flceo, Departments or Agencies or
...li surplus, obsolete or unused -
piles, material and equipment.
Section 1b. COMPETITIVE BIO-
DING; Before the CM) Purcha
Agent make, anv purchase or, or con-
I om...... m teriali oi equip-
ment, he sha i k v.- ample opportunity
for competitive bidding, for Items o'
, no- Hun.I, ed (SI....." Doll rs, unde
nd regulations, and w I i
such excel Council
I..- by oi dm in- .
ho.v thai the ''ouie ,i shall ,
.i nullv Idual contra, la, pun ha
..i sales from the requirement ol -
I .'PIbi-
section 16. CONTRACTS FOR CITY
IMPROVEMENTS: Anv CH I -
11 .- I i :
il,..i,sand ($1,000.00) dollars shall !-
, \.-. uted bv ..nil
such Improvement Is authorised
the i 'oiiii.ii to be i e> uted dli l
bv a Cit) I i.pa, t melll it. colld.M
with d.-tailed plans, specifications and
natee. All such contracts for n
than one thou-.in.I ($1,01.......i dollar.
shall be awarded to the loweel reap.
slide bidder after such public notl -
and competition as may be prescribed
b) Ordinance, provided the Mayor
ahall have the power to reject all bids
and advertise again AJteratlons. in
anv contrail may be mob- when
authorised b) the Council upon the
written recommendations of the
Ma voj
Section 17. ACCOUNTING CON-
TROL OF PURCHASES: All purchas-
es made ..ml contracts executed by
the purchasing agent shall be pursu-
ant I" a written requisition from I'
b.ad of the Dfflce, Deia*rtri)ent or
Agenc) vv ho..- appropriation will be
. harged, and no contract oi orde
shall be issued to anv vendor unless
ami until th.- Dtrec......f Finance
certifies thai there is to the credit of
-ii.h office. Department or Agen y
a sufficient unencumhered approprl -
tlon balance to pa) for the supplies,
materials, equipment oi contractual
services for which the contra, l or or-
der Is to he Issued
Section 18 NO CONTRACT EXE-
CUTED UNTIL BONO ORDINANCE
EFFECTIVE: No contract shall be
executed 1>, the a-qUlslti.Ul "f all-*
the eonstrui l Ion of any
Improvement or betterment to be -
named be tla- IsSUBn, e of bondl
thi irdlni..... authot lalng the ,-- -
a nee ..f such bonds shall havt las. n
effect ind ntracl exei uted hi -
u be unenforclble In
,liv curt of law
Section 1. EMERGENCY APPRO-
PRIATIONS: Al an) tin h
.. .,, the 'nuncll mav. pur. i -
ant io this Me,.......
appropriation. meet a pit
ne.-.i for public e, I.....th< r
- regular or I equlri -
,,.'. t., p, otc I the ,. iblle i
i cfetv and welfa Hu, h ap|
ill be b) : solution adopted
... v ... of at leaat
four-fifths I "' "f th.- iiiember. of
the Couni II, ',"! -'' ''i be m ids
upon re.-.,m.ii. ii lat i ol the la I) or.
Th.- total aiiiou.it of all emergi
ippropt latloni ",<'i. In an') b idg. I
shall not exc.....1 three net
turn :-. i ..t the t"'.,i o|terattna
pr..pi i.itloti- made ;n the budgel for
"'section 20. BORROWING TO MEET
EMERGENCY APPROPRIATIONS:
l the abai ,i..- of unappropt lal i
available reyanues to h.....t emerge
appropriation! under the provlsl,
of Section Is, the < 'oun. I mav. h
resolution, authorise the Issuance of
, i, ,.f w hli h sh -li I"- tlealg-
! Hmeriteti. v .Vote and mav
|. p.-v. .-.I from time to lime, but
all such not.-s of anv flat ll >'< 11 and
anv renewal* thereol ahall be
not later than the la-' day of the
fiscal year next suceeedln* the i-
cet year in which the emergehc)
pri-it'.-n w is n
Section ?1. RORROWING IN AN-
TiCtPATION OF PROPERTY TAX-
ES: In .nv b"dgel year, In anticipa-
tion "f thi tin "f the or.....-rty
ta \ fi r such v ear w het h, I
t,, hi ir, the Council
a .,, i.v the bo; -
rowlne nf mntiet b) the IssuAnce of
-. of the t) each Of
li shall I..... i oi-
- i Ion Ni '-- for th.- Tear ."
(statins the hudsri t year) s :, i -
^terlods not exi sed -
ind mav h<
from time to time f", pi
one year, but together with
,. n. sis .hall md he p ild
I,..t I it. i third fi--
Ifti thi bn Igi i < ear In
which the oi rtnal notes shall have
been ;..i,.-d The an'oi.nt of live tag
nation notes o.-iein,1!' laaued In
anv buib-.-i v.-.- .hall not sxe.....i fiftv
"; i of the amount of
the -uii.lv tax levied in that year
',,, f tv nurposes I'll renewal of tax"
antlcloatlon notes of anv riven fl
the a'-'oitnt renewed in the ni-y'
succeed n- fiscal vear.K,t' "ot e\i -
twenty per centum I21*t) of the
gmotmt oi-lelnnllv laaued, and the
amount renewed In the pet n*4 flc-,|
venr .iiceeedtnt? the year of leyv shall
nol exceed foue per eentu'n (4*^) of
the a*"ouni orleln-'llv lw.n'1.
e.rti-.n >>. RnSROvuNr, |N AN.
T"-,r>AT'ON r>F OTHER BEV-.
Ntl^S: In any hude.-t year, In antici-
pation of the collection or receipt of
other reee.-ne. of that hod-ret year,
the Council mav i.v resolution, nu-
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PAGE 12 B
I^^Utnrridiar
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY
LEGAL NOTICE
City, eaoh of which Khali be designat-
ed Special Revenue Note (or the
year ." (stating the budget year).
Such notes may be renewed i.....i time
t, time, imt all miiIi notes, together
with the renewal*! shall mature ami
oe paid not later than the end "i the
fiscal year after the budget year in
whiah tin- original m>te .-hall have
been issued.
Section 23. NOTES REDEEMABLE
PRIOR TO MATURITY: No notes
Khali he ma.lv parable on demand,
hut an) note may he made subject
to redemption prim- to matin ItJ ",
such notice an.l at such time as may
lie stated In the note.
Section 24. SALE OF NOTES; RE-
PORT OF SALE: All notea Issued
pursuant to this Article ma) be sold
at not less than par ami accrued In-
teresl at private sale, without previ-
ous advertlsemenl i>> the Director <:
l-'inaic
Section 25. PAYMENT OF NOTES:
The power and obligation of the Cits
to pay any ami all notes hereaftei
Issued by it pursuant to this Article
shall be unlimited ami tin Clt) shall
lev) ad valorem taxes on all tin- tax-
able properly within the Clt) (or the
payment of such notes and Interest
thereon without limitation ol rate pi
amount. The faith and credit of the
City hereby pledged (or tin' payment
of the principal of and interest on all
i otes of no- city hereafter lasueil
pursuant to this Article, whether or
not such pledge in- stated in the notea
ARTICLE VII
PLANNING, ZONING, HOUSING,
SLUM CLEARANCE AND
BLIGHTED AREAS
Section l. Planning Commission:
i irganlsatlbn
2. Planning Commission;
Term of (iffice: Vacancies
:;. Planning Commission;
Powers ami Duties
I. Director of Planning
5. Application for Resonlng
. Zoning Board of Appeals
7 The Master Plan
v Adoption of tin- Master
Plan
9. Legal effect of tin- Mast, r
Plan
in. Platting or Subdivision
Control
ll. Regulations governing
subdivision of land
15. Tentative approval of
Plata
13. Lines of mapped Streets
If. Official Map
13. Modification of Official
Map
16. Buildings on Mapped
Streets
17. Hearings on buildings on
Mapped Streets
IS. Legal effect of official
M .|,
is. Zoning (irdlnam -
i'i. Powers of Council in slum
Clearance and Rehabilita-
tion of Blighted Areas
21. I'lnns for slum Clearance
:':'. Blighted Anas
33. Housing
"4. Housing Authority
:'".. Approval of planning
Commission
ill. Powers of Council in Kc-
plannlng ami Development
of neighborhoods and dis-
aster areas
27. Neighborhood Replanning
and Redevelopment
:">. Disaster Areas
L':'. Procedure for Adoption >'
Plans by Council
Section 1 PLANNING COMMIS-
SION: ORGANIZATION: Then -hall
be a Clt) Planning. CommhnVon which
shall consist of rive ci members who
shall I..- appointed by th- Council,
lion, of whom shall hold an) otnei
public Office or position |n the city.
The Mayor -hall serve ..- ex offlclo
member of the commission. The Com-
liaslon -'..,|| elect its Chairman from
among the apiwilntive members
Section 2. PLANNING COMMIS-
SION: TERM OF OFFICE; VACAN-
CIES: Th.- term of th.- appointive
members -hall !>. five years, except
thai, of the five members first ap-
d, one -hail i- appointed for a
' one ) < ar, on,- for two > ears,
ioi three vears, ami one for four
Vn) vai anr) during th.- unex-
plred term of an appointive member
shall be filled b) tin- Conn, il for the
remainder of the twin
Section 3. PLANNING COMMIS-
SION; POWERS AND DUTIES: The
Commission -hail have power and
shall be required to;
la) Ms We amend, extend and add
io th, Master Plan for th.' physical
'v.-;.....M.-nt ,,f th,. city as .1. '.ii. i
LEGAL NOTICE
replanning
veiupmem
to Make
eplauning
veiopment
which ma;
or in paiI
Improvement ami rede.
ot neighbor)!.......-.
ami auopt plans for tin
reennsu action ol re
ol an. area Ol district
be uestroyed hi who..
serious!) a.imat:..i
i thquake, t.....a "i otnei
.1;--
n -.- 'i.,n- 7 ..ii.l ..i tl i- Art!
(b) Rxer..... ontrnl over nlat.lne
! Una lnd Ithin the citv
(I Draft fir the Council an Offl-
lal Map of the ity and recom-
!' nd o: rtlaanni ove pi nposed chang -
in -",-h m ....
Ii Make r id adopt a- provided
'ion !' of thin \. i ;,- ., ,,,,.
Ing nl.mi ami recommend or d
prove nroposed chances in su. 'i nlan
Make an,i idopt ;.- iii Sections
- and :'i of this vm '.- plans f...
''" clearanc.....i reh '''-"'" end blighted areas within
;l,.. < '
i') s limit nnnnl|v t.. th.. clt)
Council m less t>'.-." :.. .lavs prior
Innlns .,' c... i,,,,i... i
( ,.,.,-,i ,,.
n|on "f
"itv or
rinetng
in.
Section 4. DIRECTOR OF PLAN-
NING: There shall be .....ted '" tif-
flee .muled "Dlrectoi ot Planning ,
>u. h Director to in- appoint! a i) an
Mayor with the approval ot the [ It)
loan, d, and which Director -hall be
ipialine.i by special training ami ex-
perience in Ho- tleid "i fit) planning.
He shall lie the rcgulat technical SU-
Vl.-el ol said Clt) Council, ma. SISU
i. designated a- Its Kxecutlve Secre-
tar) ami shall have sucn othei .. ithor-
m. duties ami real.....sibihtles, unoer
il.....Irectlon ami control ul the Coun-
cil, as it ma) require ami establish.
Section 5. APPLICATION FOR HE-
ZONING: Application ioi le-xoning
hall he made in i lung to the Plan
nlng Boal .1 an i Clt) Couni It I It '";.
act..... shall be iak< n b) either the
planning Hoard and Council, there
ahall he a public h. aring. All proiicro
uu n. is of record In the iIi Inns oi
the propert) to be re-aned, and all
proper!) owners affei ted in the sonlng
change, shall he not 11 led In willing
of such hearing, at least ten ii"i days
prior thereto, b) reglsti t d mall, the
latter provjson at the discii lion ol
Ihe Citv COJl
Section 8 ZONING BOARD OF
APPEALS: There shall be .. sonlng
Board o( Appeal-, which -hall con-
sist of ihe Clt) Coi.....I, dul) com-
missioned as such. Meetings of the
Board shall be held on the second
in of egi h month, and at sui h
other time- as I'll Buai d ma)
n...... All m. rtlngs of the Board shall
l.....pen to tin- public. The Ikmrd
shall keep minutes ol its proceedings,
showing the vote of each member,
upon every question, or if absent, ,.i
if falling to vote Indicating such fact,
and shall k.ep records ol its exam-
inations and other official actions
Bver) ouier. requirement, decision or
determination ol the Board -hall Im-
mediate!) be filed In th office of the
Clt) Cl.-rk, and -h.,11 be a public
record, The Board shall have powei
io h.-ar and determine appeal -
n fusal of building permits and t<> |>, -
mil exceptions to oi vaiiatlona iron]
the sonlng regulations In clasat
i lai r situations and in ;.....ordancs
with the principals, conditions and
i......dine spe.dfled in the Ordinance
Sect'on 7. THE MASTER PLAN:
The Master Plan for the physical de-
velopment oi ihe CltS*. with th.- ac-
companying maps, plats, charts, des-
criptive ami explanator) matter, shall
-how ihe Board's Recommendations
for th.- development and ma) in.hide, among otnei things;
ia i Th.- general kw atlon, rharai
ter and extent "i streets, bridges,
parks, waterways and other public
ways, grounds and spaces.
i in The General location of public
buildings and other public property.
i, i The general loeutlou and extent
ol public utilities whethel publlcl)
or privately owned,
id) The removal, relocation, widen-
ing, .Men-ion. narrowing, vacating,
abaodoament, ..r change of use ol
such existing ..r future public ways,
grounds, spaces, buildings, propert)
or illllitic-
ni Ih. g.ncrnl extent and loca-
tion of public housing pioie,-ts and
slum-elealalu project-.
Section g. ADOPTION OF THE
MASTER PLAN: The Board ma)
adopt the -Master Plan as a whole by
.. single iesoiutu.il, or may, by suc-
cessive resolution- adopt success
parts of the Plan, -.mi parts corre-
sponding to major geographical sec-
tions "i th. Clt) or to functional di-
visions of the subject matter of the
Plan, ami may adopt an) amendment
or extension thereof ad.Hi: m ih......
to. The adoption of th,. plan, or If
an) such part, amendment, extension
or addition, -hall be h. resolution car-
i led io tin- afflrmatli > votes of not
i.-- than a majority of the Board
but I i foi. th.- adoption ol the plan .,,'
' h part, amendment, extension
oi addition, the Board -hall hold at
least on., public hearing on Die pr...
posed action An attested ropy of the
Plan or pan thereof shall b, ertlfled
io ih, conn, il.
Section 9. LEGAL EFFECT OF
MASTER PLAN. No street, park, or
public way, ground oi pa., no
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
HKIII
as i" me '
maim.i m
v. a) -hail
,,n l "at. r, s.
I......Ig.
nthi
i.
:, I -i ,.' ,.. a..
,,v -"nH ',| h, in the
I ..oo.(---:,,|, ;,r |,,.(.
' 'in.'.',, t I.....f-ti ii, le.l
'' "........ -i- ." !'-I -,|
-' |L-' -'"il I m-ranead i" o.-rier
' ""''" wl'e i .....i......unions
"' '......'"h I I- -'.all be eon-
.--;..} In H'bleh i-n-
' I......... pnhPfl in-.eev | an
l""'l"-,l'"'|!"- of fi,,. Mast** Plnn
'' >' .ilanninc. sonlnR and slum
p' Met -' t. |ln onee nfh
en'i, a Ween -. nnhtlc rwd of
r**nlntlona, findings anil deter-
Z'.'.Z '' "------"" "* BHALL HAVK
TilR i'i.\-l.;|( TO;
ooiro lnVm..in which
. .|| ..., fo'-'-hea n|.i.in n rw.
' '...... f"-i other li.inri.".-i.<
' '' Oovernment In relation
..-v.
i IV...... (|q b,rt~. a..-nnrln-
nnnt<-at "i|i, Cllv P'm.....-
' "'' "'..... .."'...... for such erv-
I '"in- r .o,lrp
' P".....' additional i.|..
- '!' WA-k of ">e C
, i ...i, .nv ^, i,, aiM,.v..f|,,n n
.'.. Commission w, -.-t., ,,t ,i,,
P" :.. \,l..-il.,...,,!.... ,,.
..... '- or .ii-... --.,,.i, >.. .
n,M*, ,,'..,, v,,eel"l -'uli,.^
,.o^v|,.| 1,,. ,l,e fin,.,,!,,!,,,,
I I In Ihfl nprfdrnun^ n' |l fitnn-
t on-' <>".^r i| ,iin-ii. in I ..r"v and nlaee
'"'! ""'"'c'" ne^aaa'r>' monomenf
f|"1 rarl thereon.
(e) Make and adopt plans (or the
inep
re-
pubj c building or structure, ami no
piddle unlit. whether pnldi.lv or
piivati i o,, ,i. ihall i......n-ti net. .1
or authorised in th.- en., nor -hall
an) I.;,i propert) be ,,,,| ,, ,,i By the
( Ity until and unleaa th.- location and
ext.-nt thereof -hall have be. n submit-
ted to ami approved io th.- Board;
le l thai, in pa si ol disapproval,
the poard shall communicate its rea-
sons io ih, cnii, ii. h, I, -h ,,l have
the pOWet t" oV.-rrille 1|, || |, .., ,|,, ,v .
al. ami. upon so,. I, overruling, the
( ouncll, or th.- appr. l. rflci I.. -
partmenl ... Agency, shall have the
i,",,'' to pi.......1 a ii ,.. i i shall
- onstll ite four out of ijv,. members
p( the Council, The widening, narrow-
ing, relocation, vacating, oi
tin- u.-e ,,r an) street or other public
wai or ground ..: -al.- of an) public
building, or leal property, shall be
sul.j. I to similar -ul,ii,i- i|on .
nroval, ami failure n, aporove
1 'i" llai ly ovei ruled by the Couni ii
Th- failure of the Board t" a.t within
Con (301 dav> after the date of the
official submission to the Board -lull
i.e deemed approved, unless -. ionr>r
i.e. i.-i i. (ranted by the Council to
the submitting- Offb-lal
Section 10. PLATTING OR SUB-
DIVISION CONTROL: The ngnning
Board shall he the nlattlna Board ..f
the f ity, and, as such, shall have the
control of trie platting ..r subdivision
of land within the City: provided
however, that -aid control -hall not
atinlv to land outside the Citv over
whi.-h platting and subdivision control
ib reposed by law in some authority
other than (hi- C|tv or anv of it,
oo'';,", IX-Partm.nts or Aeencies
Mihdivi-lon means the illvision of
a lot. traet or |inre| of land inj twn
or more lots sites or other division
or I'.nd for the purpose, whether Im-
mediate or future, of sale .,, I.ulldlne
develonment.
Section II. REGULATIONS GOV.
ERNiNG SUBDIVISION OF LAND
in exercising the powers granted t.,
., ,,v ,sf-'ion | of this Article the
Plan.....e Board shall adopt recula.
tions rovernlna the suhdivlalon of
land within Ha Jurisdiction Ruoh
regntntiona may provide for th hir-
monlnua development of the Citv and
Its environs, for the co-ordination
Zl*.J"2A. oiher wa>" w'thln the
aubd vlded land with other existing
or planned streets and wav or for
conformance to the Master Plan or Of-
ficial Map, for adequate open spaces
,,.,, M ,. traffic, utilities, rei re-
in.i air, ..ml for the avoid-
,, -noli ol I.....Jiauoll. "" n
illations .....) Include requli-ements
x,, ni io hi. a and no-
which streets and othi
be j:.a.ie.i and Impruteti.
-, ei .....I oil,' I Ullllt)
, oinie, nous oi other
fa. Dines -......... in-old..! a- a i on-
mi......ire. eue.it to the approval ul
Mil.,ll\ i-ioli
Section 12 TENTATIVE APPR0V-
AL OF eVATS. torn I eglll. I.....- Ol
i, t.....I the Board may provMM Ioi
a urntatKi approval of the pial pri .
..a- ui sui a .........- its ..ni in ''
latlons; bul an) such tenutlve ap-
, ..,, si..... ii.....> "" red "" 'h"
,-lai Iii lieu ol the complet.......
-a. h ork p.evious to the final ap
roval "i a pan, the Hoard ma) ac-
., I......I, In an amount and with
.. ,i. itiMai tin > to We Clt) Loiin-
, il. pi..\ lulng and securing the < lt>
.,,, ini .-: ui ilon and Instal
i.it.on ol such Improvements and utili-
ties within a ..,i -;.....lied l) in.
Clt) Count ii and Kpn -.-' .1 in the
bun i
Section 13. LINES OF MAPPED
STKLLTS: Alter it shall have adopt-
ed ii major thol'oughfaie plan ot the
i.. ol the (it) .....i an) sectloi
u i,..i. to- Planning Board shall have
the poWel IO II..!..<. ol CaUM 'o '"
made, from lime t.. tluie*,)furve*a fm
Ih. N.o I I.....lion of III" I.lies nl ma
e.\tchded ul widened .-in els in any
ooilioti ot Mi, h planned terilioiv.
.in,] to make and certlt) to the Coun-
cil plats ..( the .....'- sun >sd, on
which are Indicated the location of
111, lines I e, ollllllellilell li> tile I .
a- ih,- planned or mapped lines ol
future streets, street extensions or
-tie.i widening, Uafether with Ihe
Board,'* rslimatc ot the time yeiiod
...linn which the land shown on the
plat or street lo.atloiiB should be ...
i red for street purposes, The Coun-
cil may, by ordinance, adopt sueh
plat, in accordance with the pro-
cedure prescribed In this Charter,
provided that notice of Ihe time and
place, when anil where ii will he con-
sidered for final paaaage shall be sent
b) mail i" the record owners of land
-a, ..r abutting which the future
street lines desiKiiated on the plat
are located Any modification of auch
plat -hall, before paaaage la* submit-
ted to th.- planning Board and wheth-
er approved by it. or .If disapproved,
l. approved by I favorable vote of the
C|tv Council The adoption of pin
-hall not. in and of itself, eonstitute
:iikt or establishment of any street oi
th.- taking oi acceptance of any land
for street purposes,
Section 14. OFFICIAL MAP: The
Council, b) ordinance, establish an
Official Map of the City, on which
shall be shown ami Indicated:
(a) All public street! existing ami
established b) law at the time of
ih.- establishment of ihe tiffbial
Map.
il.) All planned streets or street
lines a- I.i,ate.I on plats adopted
i.y Council lii accordance wilh the
provisions ..i Bectlon 12 of this
Article at the time of the establish-
ment of the map
(i) All streets or street lines as
located on final or recorded plats of
subdivisions approved by the plan-
nine commission at the time of the
establishment ..f the. Map. The |.lao-
,iiv.' of at reel lines upon the Official
Map shall not. In and of Itself, eon-
stitute or be deemed to .-..u-tltine
Ihe opening or establishment of any
street nor the takim; or aeeeptanee
Of an\ land for street purposes
nl) Place, In the same manner, the
location of existing or planned parks
or other public open spaces at the
time of the establishment of the
Map.
Section 15. MODIFICATION OF
OFFICIAL MAP: Thereafter. all
street locations on final or recorded
plats or subdivisions approved by the
Planning Board in accordance with
the provisions ol Section! 10, 11 and
12 Of this Article, shall deemed
add Ml An* to or modifleations of the
ffielul Map an i -b.,11 |- placed
II
tori
il f.
which the
LEGAL NOTICE
tb.ieen
The c
,,i part tini
i,milt la hi a n.ed
section .8. LtGAL EFFECT OF
OIKlCiAL MAP: Altel the establish
mint of ihe Official Map, the Council
khall I" ovule hv ..Mill..me that no
public water m sewe.....inaction
....., i p i In it' uiili... oi nnpi ..vein, nt
shall be constructed In, .n any watei
me, light or othei public service.
ir.....ii I... oi along anv street, until
and unless u. h street snail have b*aa
., |.,, ..I ,,n tin- i M Hi i,i I Map In
a, oiii.ui. with ihe authority and
j......-.nil.- set foith ill SeetlmiH II and
ul ioi. Article. The Council shall
aiiu i i vld< tin- general ordinance
thai no permit for t ic i rectlon of any
building snail be issued unless a street
giving access to such proposed struc-
ture i- shown on the (iili.ial Map;
provided, however, thai sueh oral-
nance -hall contain provision whereb)
the applicant foi such liulldinK par-
mil io.,> appeal to the Zoning Hiwrd
..I Appeals .r t<> the special Uoard of
\|,|,..ii- referred to In this Article,
thi hearing upon which appeal and
notice "f which hearing shall be held
ami given a* ptovt.tcil ill Seelioii 17
,.i :n Article, ami such Board may
i granted the authorit) to tnsue a
pet mil. subject to auch i-ondltlotis as
ihe Board ma) impose, where the
ir. iiiiisoin.e* .f the .a.-e do not re-
qulre the proposed building to be re-
..,:, -li.tts, and where the permit would
ii,.i i, mi io dislocate or Increase the
ID vl carrying out the official
,\lap oi Master Plan. The word
,,i streets In this Article
shad lie deemed to in.-lude stieets.
boulevards, avenues, alleys, lanes and
other ways.
Section 19. ZONING ORDINANCES:
l-'or the purpose of promoting the
health, safety, morals or Kcneral wel-
fare of the City, the Council, by ordi-
nance, regulate the l.N-ntimi, height.
bulk and size of hulldiiii:* and other
structures, the sixe of yard, courts,
and other open spares, the density of
population and the uses of liinMinns.
structures, and land for trade, Indus-
try, business, residence or other pur-
poses Smh ordinances ma> provide
that the Zoning Hoard of Appeals may.
in appropriate eases and subject to
appropriate prlnciplee, stamlarils. rules
conditions and safeguards set forth
in the Ordinance, make special excep-
tion- io the terms of the sonlng regu-
lations In harmony wilh their general
purpose ami intent. Sueh ordinances
may provide that the zoning Board of
Appeals may authorise variances from
the strict application of the regula-
tions in sueh situations and subject
to sueh limitations as may lie set
forth in the i irdlnance.
Section 20. POWERS OF COUNCIL
IN SLUM CLEARANCE AND REHA-
BILITATION OF BLIGHTED AR-
EAS: The Council may adopt, modify
ami parr) out plans proposed by ihe
Planning Hoard for < learam ,. of slum
dlstiiets and rehablllta I ion of blighted
area- within the City and. for the ac-
compllshment of this purpose, may
acquire by purchase or eondeinnatlon
all private!) owned land, buildings
and other real property interest* with-
in th. District; mai establish, loeate,
relocate, build and Improve the streets
and other public open spaces provided
for In the Plan: may maintain, oper-
ate ha-,- or sell said buildings or anv
>.f them; may sell the land, or any
part thereof, deaianaled tor buildings
and private open spa.es ii|.on such
terms and condition* and subject to
su. h reetrleskml as to building ages
and open spaces as will substniulallv
carry out and affect the Plan.
Section 21. PLANS FOR SLUM
CLEARANCE: Any plan for slum
clearance shall include the defining of
th. boundaries of the district recom-
mended to be ci.-ared, tin- proposed
io. ,,i .a. of new or relocation of exist-
ing streets and othei public open
spaces wuhin the area, the location
..ml general type, character, bulk,
height and use of the new bull.lings
to be .reeled or permitted within the
cleared .ma. and th,- i... at ,.ii of pri-
vate open spa,.s proposed as par! of
the plan Km the reduction of de-
llnquency ami vice, the promotion of
public health, the promotion ..f good

Ploj,.,
'
quired, owned, leased
ated for housing
deemed public proUej,
and the providing ul safe IJ2*b
hou.inv to famines ,,!
hereb) declared (,, i ,, .
public purpose
nanw, msfke, from^me'to'tlmj, otbir ""''" "* ,ne '
a.hlnloii- io. or modifications of, th,.
Ilffll al Map hv placing thereon the
!,,..itii,ii ,,t the proposed streets, street
extensmna, wldenfngs, narrowing! or
v a eatings, In........rdance with ihe pro-
cedure pre. in,,,i I,, this Charter; pro-
vided, that notice of the tllne and
Place when and when- such additions
or modifications will be considered for
final passage shall be sent by mall
'" '!" '''........wners of the lands on
m abutting which said mapped streets
or street lines ... -,...,., vacatlngs .u<-
l"'""1 An) such proposed addition
V ','! 1 of the Official Man
shall be referred to the Planning
["' (I for ii- approval, but
Planning Board illsj
" ( w ni,.ii thli |
II, b) a I.
members, ma) overrule such
proval.
approve
I IV-.
I I I
If th,
fall l,
('..nil.
of 11-
il.-ap
nomlc strength .,f land and property
wuhln the Citv and the development
of the territory of the City in accord-
'"' *lth r.....i planning, the clear-
ance of slums ami the exercise of the
powers granted to the council in con-
nection therewith In Bectlon '.'n of this
Article an hereby declared to I.....
public purpose ..ml a public us.-.
Section 22. BLIGHTED AREAS:
Any plan for rehabilitation of Idlght-
'-d areas within the City shall Include
h, defining ,,f the location and hoiin-
oi the .ma re. ommended t.. i.
rehabilitated, the location of new or
the relocation "f existing streets and
i IDIIC open spa, es W III,111 the
area, the location and general lype,
nan ter. bulk, height and use of the
n.w buildings to be erected or par-
mitti i within the reh ibllltated area
(he le, on litioiilng of
Ing
.....- .....Id buildings to
_ Section 16. BUILDINGS IN MAP- reconditioned, and the location of
PED STREETS: The Council shall '',' Vi'''' nl" '"''" l'b '" "I'oscd as a part
ln vide b) general ordinance that no '" "'"
I for any build- A '.lighted area la defined as an
1 oi any pan thereof ln which, ..wing t,, the obaoles-
- lano located between the map- '-n( ".mlition and character ..f the
ffl, v '' V" ,,s 'hown on "' '"'"""ks therein, the existing division
-hi -' ,\"\, "'".,h ordinal,,., w srrangement of lots and ownerships
of \p,a--h, '!';, Zoning Hoard ;""l street and ...her open spaces,
Appeals shall have (be power, upon "' .......
an appeal f,i,,i win, ii by the owner
of smh land, to gram ,, permit iff -
any
bulkllng or ,t, tdure or part'tnareof
"i .ni. su,h mapped street locations
any case i which such Ha d finds
rr> tV .'I""" "',"h Hi,i"'i,,:
(ai That the entire property of the
:'.:'; ""< ."' "hlch su.h'map,'.,
,'','. location for,,,- ,,rt, .,.
not yield rrammahia return to the
r:;":;,;"1-" pen ... gram.
the (Tthv In''. Ian'''". """ 'h'erest of
the I ity In preserving the Inteerliv
of the ..ffi,,. M.p. and Winter?
e-t of ti. owner of ihe property in
eHvU";'hai"' "" ',-,"fi'" "' nivTprep
'.iiiire.i by consideration of reason
able Justice and equity
Section 17 ---------------'
Ig
such anneal. It ahall
duration and other detalli and con
dltlon. to govern the building, struck
"I a II.I other .
'( baractei and uses of the
bu dings, or other facto, s and causes,
value, I,,.,- depreciated with conge-
fluent ii.., mi,. ,,r stagnation of devel-
opineiu and damage and loss to com-
munity prosperlt) ami taxable values,
and where a restoration of the co-
lt v,'',."f ,,h'' """ Bnd "" attain-
able.onirihutlon to the economic
; "' prosperity ..f the com-
munity may require a replanning of
of .*?' '" ,nT lh* '<-ompllahment
.I '."l-'annlng. a concentration
or ^distribution of the ownership or
rt"lePmental control i. requisite for
.ml 'lr,,m""*"' "' Public convenience
P'o-|.erity and ,r ,h, ,,rwrv..
vtalli! ii ^"""mlc strength and
, Vi ',""1 i""1 l""l"-rty In the
area and of the areas contribution
, /(('"in. strength of the City
a public use.
Section 23. HOUSING: The Council
id by ordinance for safe
for SS!uHI h"",'in" accommodations
such ,? "' '"* ,nrnm* d 'or
hoi.1,1. T mn>r I'repsre plan, for
housing projects, authorise the eon-
Section 24. HOUSING AIituJ
The Council i.,v ,. ., u0l
Authority or such ,.....,'|., "4
.""'i""".....f i.i'-ini,:,-,""'
Council may deter,,,..,,. .,
gat.- .,, ,i. Uouaing ;'u" ";
isuwers relating pL,,,,,",^'"
tlbn. icconHtructi,,,. .,;,,,,'
modations as tl,.- c. m, u ,."'
to tnc
ami
provided, however
luoh pomntlaslon
vote
g oi housing J
ahall .....onslrn, i,,i ,,,.'"]
ilon there... contrai led f,,r ,^T
unles. the location .,,, ;,, '
housing or housing project I
M.i.iove,, ,:; -;:;: c^
lhe'l|':"1"",
majority vote of Its' ,,', 1
have power to
proval.
Section 2s POWERS OF coil
IN REPLANNING AND RfnJ
OPMENT OF NEIGHBOBM
AND DISASTER AREAS T|7, .
Cll ahall have the power tosdonj
ify. and carry out plan- Pr,'J
the Planning Commission for
planning. Improvement and led,
ment of nelghlsnh.....I- gnj fj
replanning. reconstruction or ,'
opment of any area oi district]
may have been destroyed in wli
In part by dlaastei
Saction 27. NEIGHBORHOOd
PLANNING AND REDEvi.
MENT: Any plan di ifted la thjl
nlng Commlaslon foi the 'leput
Improvement and redevelopmei
neighborhood, shall define ih|
Ilon and Boundaries of th- tadf
bcHid, and may Include th,. i..-.,||
new or the vacating exti-n-i,.,
enlng, narrowing or relocstlosl
lstlii- streets or other
spaces, the reconditioning of nidi
Ings. the location and exit in J
location of paik-. playgroup,
other public recreational faq\
nelghlmrhiMal planning and liri
Ing, location of utilities, Imildli
strlctlons, sonlng amendments ag
other type of change and Inipnv
of neighborhoods and ihe r\er<
tbe powers grant.-.I in road
therewith in Section it of thin,
are hereby declared t.. \# a
purpose and a public use.
Section 2. DISASTER AREAd
plan drafted by the IMannlDg]
mission for the replanning,
atructlon or redevelopment
area destroyed In whole or in |
seriously damaged hv fire earth
fli-.d or other dlaast.-j ,,i woichl
ject to floods, shall include tlief
Ing of the location and Islands
the area or district recosiBMsl
be replanned. reconstruetsd
developed snd may provide f4
location of new or the relis-atiu
tension or vacating of .-xlstinf i
or other public ..pen -pares, thel
lion and general type ii.ira.t-ij
height, and use of the new bunj
to be erected or permitted with!
area,, the. reconditioning of s'
ings to be. recixndi.iuii.il, thel
rnkicattun and extent of ;..ik. |
Cnnds and othtn- public recre
dltles, the Iran.Ion of ulllllll
the building restrictions and
regulations and any ...her tvi>eo
vision relating to the layout
rebuilding, reconstruction or ft]
ment of the area 01 district.
planning, rebuilding, reconstn
redev olpnient or anv am Ii sreal
trlct and the sxeri I ol Ibt
granted In connect Ion there's
Section g of this At in 1.
declared to be a publli |iur|ius> I
public use.
Section 2. PROCEDURE
ADOPTION OF PLANS BY
CIL: l"|Mi,i receipt tv the 0
any plan for slum le iranee,
tatlon of blighted aresi
nelghboihoisi replann g and r
opment or disaster plai IJ
Council may adopt such plan,
cordance with the p
In this Charter, provided that '
of the time and pbn hen asdi
the plan will be consider! i |
passaae shall be sent h.
record owners of the lands saij
inga Included within the plans
trbt. Any moolfliaii ii "t ""I
shall before i-assage be sitluvi"]
the planning Commission, tut
approved, the Council m*v
such illsaiiprov.il l.v a majom
of its members.
ARTICLE VIII .
NOMINATIONS AND ELECTS
i:iections
Elei Is*
Set Ion I.
Z.
3.
4.
5.
I.
7.
f,
9.
1U.
II.
It.
Section
,.f EM
f.,r
Municipal
(.uali'i.'d
I ilstrii.s
i 'oiim-il
Keg illations
Nomli
Preparation
Count
Kiel Ion Polls
Checking Ihe Retun
Voting U ii hlnei
Public Sup. i raw
forma I Ion .
ni i. m tw
(If flees .
Absentee Voting
I, MUNICIPAL
TIONS: All City Cou.....
hold office by virtue of sn
duly held under and !>' 'l'*n.nJ
lawa of tbe Mlate of rTorHJi '
nances of the City "' ^''',
Beach, from ami ' which this Charter shall l*
shall Iks, and arc hereb) de""^
Coiincllmen-at-large ,, a.
The Mayor who nu.li*,
virtue of an election dul
ar
of
City
from
Charter
irtue oi an eieci... .s
nd pursuant to Ihe I-'"-','.
Florida snd prtlnancesj
of North Miami ";"
and after the date on '"J
, ,...er shall been "''''" ,.
hold such office n nd ser
Mayor up to and Including
elertios
1 jr.*.
The first reguUir
this Charter, for the ,.,
City flerk. Tax AV"h7,i.
and for all members e>r m ,
cll. shall be held on he nnj ,
of April. I6. for ", ,!,
in Section 1, Article II "
ter; pn.vid.d, however, tnr ,
term, of alayor, ''>,, "''I"1'''
sew.r-cllector snd ( "" fg.
Districts 2 and 4 ,"" Apr" *J


LjCAL NOTICE
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.hall I" "' M Pur8**'
il^'f-;,',, I, II "" ''""-
i anv "< ,l"' elective
WH" '".,";,; North Miami
i"> '"I' ...ni..i have been
,,,,11.;", itowkM
Jfl."*1' 1-TltV Of
r>' \'[,.-..< >''.....""r''
, ,,,. ..,mil,late H-
*"* \h i II deemed
I' maC.l hcrwlse. with-
lH".i days from .......'
"State. reel' ng Hi.- two
E m num-
**' ,i! sii-i run-ofi flection
1..... <,ul-v
KaUfTeO ELECTORS:
Kit ,i* I*" ", North Miami
i'Somh- .....lul> regie-
K MUnM.-.l llcg.st.ation
HT'i'diSTRICTS: ELECTION
SuKCIUMEN I-" ""' purpose;
v.,,,,, f the 1-..U1I. ilmcn <.f
,,h Miami Reach, the
K,m>( Sorlh Miami Ileach "hall
Eh.l:ii't" rive I I Dletrlcts. The
WICT II
. it iv m *< corner <>f
' .| Town.-lii|> South.
I7,.'fa.i run Northerly along
ft'..' ..[ ihi ..i...\.Mi.-mK.n.-il
La wih-' Ea' !.....,"'i"'-' ',""' ','f
,rw:d.. K......''' Kallroail.
, nMndering nils akl INI
BaMf-Wav line i" ilf S.Mith line
i.. -..in Westerly
L-v tor South line 'I Sec, Hi-r.2-42
lib Ci-nn-i line "1 Dixie tllgli-
iRttenct N' aderly along
Jewur line tl enter of Sec.
I sm ihei l\ along the
E line f Ihe E'l >l Sec. _
hnd tnr Weal line "I 'lie K'/i of
?.':-l;' lo lh< i nter of Bel UoB
i.|* then> I l ailing the
. nee -!
it line <>l Sec :'-',:'-42:
kit Boutkerl) along Ihe Bail line
[.. i: anil Ihe Eaat line of
, Ih line of the
_ of th. SK\ of See I6-5S.4S;
fm* steterl) -.ml Booth
Lto jt Inti I'lth (he Kast
. ni Ki deral lligh-
f, \ Southwesterly
Bell* E>t Right nf-Waj line of
Hm; Hlibwi N I ISO 4r, feet
I i m to |,.'"it; ihenoe
piliVi.'trrl.. ill ullgla nf 73"
: lo the 1. fl H itl) the IHe-
iH,: ur lean
|. fi el North of
T lr..llrl |i h line of the
I ,.r m NK', of the sw>, <.f the
I. ihi n..- Ban*
uld Smith line
." thence
F ore or less;
llallel to ami I tin
t S.uih nf Hi.- So .ih line of the
i of th- SBH ih. sw, of the
Of I :., I feel to
I it-ol tt ,- line of Kecl-
II II |ni i Xn theme Mouth-
P! '>"" w KiKhl-of-Way
lU irri lo th.- North line of the
p, o( thf S1V, n| Hi.- S\V, f
' : 18; thence
M reel i -. in lea* to the
It Ihi.- nf Ihi \\ nl the WH-of
> I*. :'- If! thence
Ulerly alnrnc ..il l-:.isi line Ki he
th luif nf ih.- \\\-i, ,,f the KW'
to> SEVi .,f s IS-SJ-4I; theme
TBrl> ak.nK -.,:,! South line to
""' In.....I Ihe SK', of Sec.
,-l'. th.h >.rl) ..long eald
n> iniernectlon with
[Bit RiM-f.u.n I,,,.. f th,.
ul. thence
along raid KiiKt
i-->.w*v lini- t,, the Internee-
lo. th, projc ,,. ,,, thr North
UuiB ', "'"k Blaoaya*
, 1 ?"'"' ii'i-orcllna to
treof, re.orded In plat
" I "f the public rec-
1m. l" "'"" ""'i'1' Uien.-e
i\ i? .'"* ""'' i""Je.Hon and
tWjta line ,,i I,,., s h\ l Ul.dnis:..,, ,,, ,) Wi-.l
?*) im : federal High-
'" '''...... Southweatarri'
' Rlfht-of-Wav to the
.,';''' I. Mock 1. afore-
Weaterly
'h line of lot 4, an 1
nr..i ,. "M Mn'
mthr '""!.'I'-.-of t inler-.ee
" v '"'-way line
.';..'":' '!-'lroad:
thenre South-
Went line of
ItU ,,' South line
lid lubdlvl.
!.,|V. L ><.....k -. af..re-
Weal line
, .1 lubdlrl.
I terh along
nnd I. Bloel
.......'" South.
f*,hii0.-
K ,.,'."',;-V'1 -""HMMon:
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- i:.mit-f.w,v
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LEGAL NOTICE
1
^ *l-52.|a "f "* KW'
'- "'iie We.terlv
alongr -aid South line 15 27 f,. ,,,
the hMHi line of the NWi of the
si:', "i the N.:.. f ,i JiVVt
n 21-..2-42; theme Soullu
along KahI Hunt hue to the
LEGAL NOTICE
oi
I)
'".....f 'I"' NWi, i.f" the si:"'", ot'the'
Ni--'. of the. sw. of s.-.ti.,,, :.,.,.
4^. thence Wyateriy along ,,!! s,,,h
line (o the Kaat line of the MK1, .,r
tke SW. of the Ni:i. ,i,e HM-.
of Koctlon 2l-:.2-42, KHi.l Una being
a lo' h-".sl,1".....' '-"I -I. Amen-
ded I "lut of it. k. McDonald Bub-
dlvlklou ai.-oriling to the plat there-
of le.oiili-d In plat hook 2. at l.aue
U of ihe 1'i.biie Becordi ,,t i..,,,e
County, Honda; theme Southern
along- Mid Kaat line to the North
line of la* 2_m. aforeaald aubdlvlgiun
thence Solithweeterly along t).
Baal line of ls,i M, gforeaald ul.-
divUion 8S7.4S feet to the South
line of Lot 2x, afornanld aul..li\i ,,
heing alao the North line of (he B' '
of the S'i, of the S' of Section .;-
?"42' 'hence Kaaterly along sal.I
North line to the KaHt line of the
HH of Ihe SW, of the SI-:', ,,t Se<
tlon 21-.",*-42. thence Southerly along
the Maul Baal line to the Smith line
of se.-tion :i-:,2-i2. thence Weateih
along -.ml South line to the (Veal
line of Section tl-62-42; which la
the point of lieginnmg
liegln at a iiiilnt on the South line
of the NN i, of Section I'.-.".2-12.
400 feet Went of the renter of hfec-
tlon I5..-.2-42; thence Northerh an,I
Ri.nillel to the Knt Hue of the
W, of BeC. l"i-i2-42 to the South
Itight-oi W> line of Stale Road No
IM; thence Kaatei-iy along wild
South Rlghl-of-Wa.v line lllo fee^
thence Smiiheiiy and na/l-iillel 10 lile
Kaat line of the NWV of Si- l-
.'.2-42 to a point no feet North of
the South line of the NVV't of See.
I ,-",2-42; thence l'--ipterly and paral-
lel t,, the Smith line-of the NWI,
of See IS-it't! to the West Hank
of the Oleta Klver: thence South
Westerly and meandering .with uleta
River to a |Kilnt on the 'Northwen-
terly 4iank of Mid river 400 feet Weal
of the Kaat line of the S"W, of s.-.
15-.*i2-42. thence Northerly and par-
allel to Ihe aald Kaat line of the
BWli to the South line of the NWi,
of Section l.-,-:,2-42 and the point of
beginning.
DISTRICT 2:
llegln at the Southeaat corner of
Section 17. Ti.wm-.iiio :,: south,
Range 42 But, run Weaterly along
Ihe South line of aald Sec. iT-SZ-tl
to the Weat line of the K', of the
ws of sec 17-..2-42: thence North-
erly along aahl Weat line to the
North line of the 8M of Hie NM of
S'.e 1 7-a2-l2.. thence Kaaterly along
aald North line lo the Weal line of
Hi. EH of the NWI* of the NEW
of Sec. 17-,2- 12; thence No, later!}
along aal.l Weal line ami continuing
along the Weal line of Die Sl-;i, of
the SW, of the SK', of Section
K-52-42 to the South line of the
nw4 of [he s\\>, of the si:', of
s.-,- x-:.;-42; then,.- K.a-terH gloni
the North line of the S', of Ihe S'_.
of the s'n of Section s-"2-42 andj
See. ;. .-,2-12 lo the Kaat line of the^
WH of Section :i-.2-42: thence
Southerly along the Kaat Hue of tlie
W'a of Section '..-:,2-42 and S.-e 111.
.'.2-42 to Ihe center of Bee it-82-
42; thence Southwesterly along the
center line Of I'Ule Highway to the
Southeast corner of See. I7-M-4S;
w'hich l the |>olnt of beginning.
DISTRICT S:
Begin at the renter of Her. a-.2-42.
thence run Southerly along: the Kaat
line of the W ..t s,e -_.3-42 to the
s.,utn line of the NM of the S4 of
the Mi* of Bent :i-fi2-4-2; thence \Ve-
teriy along wild SVitith Mne and along
the South line of the N't of the S'/,
of the b'i of Sec. 8-52-42 to the Weal
line of the SK'. of Bee. *-a2-42;
thence Northerly along aald Weat
line to the South line of the NK',
of the XEl, of the HW of Sec. 8-
52-42: thenre Weaterly along said
South line to the Weat line of the
NK', of the NBH of the SW, of
Bee. 8-52-42: thence Northerly along
aald Weat line to the South line of
the NWJi of Sec. 8-52-42. thence
Weaterly along aald South line of
the Weat line of the E'/, of the SW,
of the SK', of the NW' of See s-
52-42. thenre Northerly along said
Weat line to the South line of the
NK of the SH of the NW, of Sec
8-52-42: theme Weaterly along aaiil
South line to the Weat line of the
K1- of tlie NIC, of the SW',, of the
NW, of Section 8-52-42; Ih.n.e
Northerly along an Id Weat line to
the South line .if the NW, of the
NW, of Section 8-52-42; theme
Westerly along aald South line to
the Weat line of Section 8-51-42;
thence Northerly along the Weat
line of Section H-.V2-42 to the South
line of the NW of the S\t of the
NEVi Weaterly along aald South line to the
Weat line of the N'i of the N',, of
the NEW of Section 7-*.2-42: thence
Northerly along aald Weat line to
the North line of Section T-St-41;
thence Easterly along the North
line of Section 7. 8 and 9-52-42 to
the Weat line of the SK', of the
SW, of the SWl, of Section 4-52-
42: thence Northerly along the aal.l
Weat line to the North line of the
SH of the Bit of 'he MW'4 of Sec-
tion 4-52-42: thence Easterly along
Mid North Hue to the Eaat line of
the SW, of Section 4-52-42: thence
Southerly along Ihe Eaat line of the
SW, of Section 4-12-42, and the
Kast line of the NWH of Section
I-S1-4I to the center of Section -
52-42. which la the point of be-
ginning.
OISTRICT 4:
Hegln at the Northeast corner of
lh NW, of the NW, of Section
17-52-42. run Southerly along the
Enat line of the \V\k of the WW of
Section 17-52-42 to the South line
of Section 17-52-42: thenre Weater-
ly along the South line Of Section
17-S2-42 to the Southweat corner of
Section 17-52-42: thence Northerly
along the Weal line of aai.l Section
I7-M-4! to the South line of the NM
'' the NBM of the 8KH of the
SK', of Section 18-52-42: thence
Weaterlv alone the Mid South line
to the W.at line of the NV of Ih.
NEU of Ihe SK>, of the ST.', "I
Section 18-52-42; thence Northerly
along the aald Weat line to the Booth
line of the SW, Of the NK'., Of
Ihe SK', of Section 18-52-42; thence
Weaterly alone Mid South line to the
Weat line of the BEM of Ihe SW,
of the NK', of the SKV, of Section
18-51-42; theme Nmtherlv along aald
Weat line lo the Kuuth line of the
NW. of Hie SW. of the NK'. Of
ti.e SK>, of Section 18-52-41: thence
Iv along aild South line I"
the Weat line nf Ihe E'-, of Ihe SK',
of S. I hence North-
erly alone the Weal line nf II
of the 8E> and the Weat line of
the EM '/ the NK'. of Section 18-
??;;; ,'.',' \\" N"1,1" line ,,. s,.....
s-mioi, 17-.._-._- to the Northeast
oornei of the nw, ,., ,,. xwi
iHiint of beginning.
I.egl,, .,, Ih.,.Northwest miner of
I'"- s\\ ', .,( seen.,,, s-.,L'.|j thence
'the '^C',-"-: '"' Ihe No'll, line o,
.1. \l.-l""', NK "' "' NW' of
the sw '. of Be. tlon 1-51 i- thence
Southerly ,K s.h.i I;., M ||na ,,, ,,.
s.nith line of Ih. NM of Ihe NW,
"f Ihe W, ,,f Section 8-52-4?
'"! ,', ,'h ""' ".....r seetion
R-iZ-41; thence Northerly along Raid
r'.V J'vl-.1" "'" Morthwesi corner
of the sw, Bectlon i-iZ-it, and
Hie point of beginning
DISTRICT 5:
Jiegin at the Soiiti,..,..i corner of the
J} '.' 01 Ihe SI-.', of the SK', of Bee-
S".J"*3"" "'" M'esterlj along the
South line of Bectlon f-52-42 ami
Hie South line of Section |-'-",'-il
'J',.!,1"' w*"t line f th.- si:\ .,; the
bw of Seen,,i, i2-u2-41; thence
.Northerly along sail West line to
the North linr of the si-:', f the
sw ', of Seetion |J 5J ||- thence
Kaaterly along aaiil North lln,. ami
continuing along the North line of
, oi trie >|-,<, or Set
s.ihI North line to the West line of
Bectlon 7-52-42; thence Northerly
along the West lln,- of Section 7-.".2-
42 to the North line of the SW', of
Section 7-52-42; theme Easterly
along aald North line to the EaRI
line of the SW, ol Section 7-J2-42;
thence Southerly along- "alii Kaat
line to the Ninth line of the S', of
the SW'., of the NW, of the SK',
of Section 7-52-42; thence Kaaterly
along aald North line to the Kaat
line of the BHi Of the SW, of the
NW, of the SK', of Section 7-52-
42; thence Southerly along aaiil East
line to the North line of the SW,
of the BEV, of Section 7-52-42.
thence Kaaterly along said North
line to the Eaat line of Ihe WM of
the El, of the SK', of Ihe Seetion
7-52-42; thence Southerly along said
Kaat line to the North line of See-
tion 18-52-42. which la the point of
lieglnnlng.
Section 4. REGULATION OF ELEC-
TIONS: The council ihnll make all
icgulationa which it considers n.-edful
oi desirable, not Inconsistent with this
i'baiter, for the conduct of municipal
elections for the prevention of fraud
in such elections, ami lor the recount
ofballota in caae of doubt or fraud.
Municipal elections shall I., conducted
by the regular election authorities,
who shall haye power to make auch
r. filiation* not Inconsistent with thla
Charter or With any iegulailon.4 made
by the City Council.
Section 5. NOMINATIONS: Any
qualified elector of the City of North
Miami Beach, who shall have restated
In the City for one year or more, shall
he eligible to olfer himself for any
elective office of this City, and .-hall.
not later than the 2 election dale, qualify himself for such
, audldacy, bv presenting himself to
the City Clerk of North Miami ileach.
and lliere eAKUUtmg auch for on. ji are
, c|iwri the City of North Miami I;,;,, i,. ami
Ue|Mtil sltiiolianeoub therewith n qual-
ify lug fgo of 5511.00 for the candidates
for toe office of Mayor, and tin- sum
of $25.00 for all other elective officers,
provided, however, that a qualifying
fee shall not be required to qualify
for any elective offices of temporary
or limited nature and for which no
compensation is paid, auch aa Charter
k.-vision linard. Civil Service Hoard,
and of sinillat rapacity; this enumer-
ation shall not be deemed to be ex-
clusive, but simply explanatory.
Section PREPARATIONS FOR
CENTRAL COUNT: Before each elec-
tion the election authorities 'Shall
designate a central counting plan) for
all election returns to be brought to-
gether and counted publicly: appoint
a competent person to act as d(aector
of the counting; employ and provide
for the naming of a competent staff
of asaistanta, subject to any regula-
tion of the Council; fix a definite.com-
pensation, if any, for the director and
each member of the ataff which shall
not be dependent upon the length of
time consumed In the count; prepare
detailed regulations for the count,
which shall be issued in advance to the
members of the counting force, to the
candidates and to theh- representa-
tives at the central count; and make
other suitable arrangements for ull
tabulations 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
Council.
Section 7. ELECTION POLLS: All
balloting for elective offices shall lake
place at the City Hall in the City of
North Miami Ileach. which ahull he
turned Into a central counting place
i. fined to in Section hereof, ,.i the
close of the legal voting houra.
Section 8 CHECKING THE RE-
TURNS: As soon as the poll* have
closed the voting machines shall be
opened by the election officials and
in Ihe preaenre of the members of Ihe
counting force, and In the iiiesenoe of
the candidates or their duly qualified
representatives, and thereupon the
tabulations shall commence, nnd shall
be r.corded aa follows: The reaulta aa
tabulated on the machines for each of
Ihe candidates shall be clearly an-
nounced by one of the election offi-
cials, delgnated for that purpose, to
another of the officials who shall
thereupon record to the credit of such
candidate the figures so announced
and so on. until a complete and foil
tabulation of each machine shall have
Ispen recorded. As the tabulation on
each machine shall have been corn-
Dieted, Mid mnchlne shall he locked
or aealed so thnt the tabulation shall
remain Intact, and shall remain In
Ihe custody of the election offlclaIs
and all such machines and records
shall be kept bv the directt of elec-
tion- at the centrnl counting plnre
until a board hereafter dealena ed as
a "CanvaMlng Hoard which s'i M be
comnrlaed of the CHj CTerh, I'l'ector
,,f Elections, end a representative of
each of the Candidates. If thev ao de-
alre. shall, within two (?. .lava of the
election date, ranva. Ih machines.
k the tabul'llona. crr.-.l anv
ami make Mnil certification of
'"s.ciTe'n0.. "VOTING MACHINES:
The Council shall have the power to
provide for Ihe use of me, isi 'I '"
other devices for voting or counting
LEGAL NOTICE
the voles In accordance with the
principles set forth in this Chattel
ror tins, purpose the Council may
moony the rorm or the ballot, the
method ol expressing choices and Ihe
arrangements for conducting the lec-
tion ami the count, but no rhauge
shall be made which ill alter oi im
pair the principles of the voting 01 pf
the counting.
Section to. PUBLIC SUPERVISION
AND INFORMATION: At each etec-
11.....-f the Council, any regurarl)
nominated ciimlldale shall be entitled
u|M>n written application to the elec-
tion authorities ui leant five (51 days
before the elactlon.
(a) to appoint one person nnd one
alternate to represent him as watcher
and challenger at each polling place.
A''y pei son so appointed shall have
all tlie rights and privileges pre-
scribed by law for other watchers
and challengers at any election In the
same place but a watcher and hia
alternate shall not have the right both
to remain within the voting place at
Ihe same time. Such watchers and
challengers may ibeli rights
it the voting places until the ballots
have been sent to the central counting
place, but not mote than one watcher
for the sai.....anillilate shall have
tin- tight to accompany two or more
ballot boxes while they are being
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 th.- cunt uithulit Interfer-
ing therewith. "
id to appoint one observer at the
centra! counting place, who shall be
given facilities for keeping fn 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 placed in containers
and'removed for safekeeping at the
end of the count.
The election authorities nnd the di-
rector of the count shall permit can*
,liilales 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 Ihe ballots cast at each
election shall be preserved by Ihe elec-
tion authorities until Ihe terms of the
members elected there at have ex-
pired.
The decision of the director of the
count shall be final unless gnpealed
from In which case they shall be sub-
ject lo immediate review by the elec-
tion authorities.
Section 11. VACANCIES IN ELEC-
TIVE OFFICES: If one or more va-
cancies should occur in Ihe elective
offices of the City of North Miami
Beach, Ihe election authorities shall
call a special election of officers lo
serve for the remain,ler of the unex-
pired term. Special elections shall be
held Within sixty n'en days from date
Of vacancy, except Ihnl if a regular
election for such elective office to
serve for the next regular term ha
already been held, or is to be held
not more than (n> days after the ,--
currenre of the vacancy, auch special
election 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
as practicable accrtrd"fhg to the provl-
.-ions for a regular election
.Section 12. ABSSJSTE6 VOTING:
The provisions of Section ,VflX-61
through 101.70 of the Florida Statutes
and any subsequent amendments
thereto, is hereby declared to be the
law governing absentee voting in the
city of North Miami Beach, provided,
however, that the City Council Is
granted the power to conform said
statute to apply lo the City nf 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 satlafartory method by
which elections may be held within the
City of North Miami Beach in an or-
derly manner, the "Law of Election''
as reflected In Chapters 97 through 108
of the Florida Statutes, entitled
"Electors and Elections", wherever
applicable. Is hereby declared to be the
law on elections In the City of North
Miami Beach, and the City Council
shall have the power to make such
ordinances within the Intent and
framework of auch Florida Statutes
to make them applicable to the City
of North Miami Meach.
ARTICLE IX.
INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM
Section 1. Bower of Initiative
2. Recall
I, Bower of Referendum
4. Eorm of Petitions; Com-
mittee of Petitioners
5. Hling, examination and
certification of Petitions
S. Amen.Im, nt of Petitions
7. Effect of (Vilification of
Referendum Petition
8. Consideration of Council
. Submission to electors
10. Form of ballot for Initi-
ated and referred ordi-
nances
11. Availability of list of
Juaiified Electors
teeuita of election
Scctien 1. POWER OF INITIA-
TIVE: The electors shall have posret
to propose 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 the Initi-
ative. Any Initiated Ordinance may be
submitted to ihe Council by a petition
signed by qualified electors of the City
equal In number to at least two per
rentum (2*) of the registered voters
nt the last regular municipal election
Section 2. RECALL: (a) As to City
CouncilAny- member of the CIlv
Council may lie recalled or removed
from his or her aald office upon the
Initiative of the electors of the Dis-
trict from which said Councilman has
been elected. In Ihe manner and num-
ber as hereinafter, prescrlbeil
(b) Aa to Mayor or any other elec-
tive officer who it elected from the
City-at-larqeThe Mayor or any
elective officer of the City who Is
elected from the Clty-al-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.
hi To initiate a recallAny quali-
fied elector of the City ami District, or
the fMtv-nt-larer. yvhlchever I* ap-
plicable as set out In sub-sectlone is)
ami ibi of thla Section, ma.' make and
file with the city Clerk an affidavit
containing Ihe name of ihe Council-
man (or Ciiuncllmen Should any
LEGAL NOTtC
amendment to thla Charter provide
for more than one Councilman from
each District), or other elective offi-
cer of the city whose removal la
sought, nnd a statement of the spe.l-
flC grounds ft>r removal. The Clerk
shall thereupon deliver for approval
and signature to the elector or the
electors making such affidavit, copies
of the petition blanks tor such re-
moval. Such blanks shall be execute,I
by Ihe Clerk with the signature and
official Seal theielo attached; tn.-y
shall be dated and addressed lo the
City Council, and shall contain the
specific Rrouri<|n ff.r recall, name ..
names of the iiemon, or pel sons whose
i, in oval Ijt sought, and the office fi""
which such rttnova) is sought All
epic, irf Uo.,;-petiLion s^iaH b,e en-
tered In a record bmdc to be kept In
the office of tlie Cily Clerk. The re-
call petition, to la- effective, must be
signed and filed with the clerk within
thirty (JO) daya after the filing of the
affidavit The petition before being
filial shall be signed by :i.'.'i of the reg-
Ist.i.ii voters oi the district or of-the
citv-al-large, depending upon whether
th.- officer cornea within the category
of sub-sections (a) or lb) of this Sec-
tion, which registered voters shall
have been qualified to vote In the
last general municipal election, and
to each such signature shall be added
the place of residence of the signer,
giving the atreet and number or other
description sufficient to Identify the
place of business or residence of the
petitioner. Such signatures need not
all be on one paper, but the City Clerk
shall make an affidavit thai 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 addresses of Ihe
pei wins designated as filing the same.
Within ten (10) days after the filing of
the petition, Ihe Clerk shall ascertain
whether or not the petition Is signed
by the requisite number of registered
voters and shall attach thereto his
certificate showing the results of auch
examination. If this certificate shows
the petition to be Insufficient, he shall
forthwith so notify In writing one or
more of ihe persons designated on the
petition as filing the same; and the
petition may la- amended at any time
within ten (10) days after the giving
of sahl notice, by filing of a supple-
mentary petition upon additional peti-
tion paper, signed and filed as provld-
.ii herein for the original petition. The
Cl.rk shall within ten 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 hla
office, and shall notify each of Ihe per-
sona designated thereon, that the same
la filed If Ihe petitioner amended peti-
tion shall be certified by the clerk to
be sufficient, he ahall aubnilt the same
with his certificate tii the City Coun-
cil at Us next regular meeting and
shall notify ih.- Councilman or Coun-
cllmen or other elective officer or
officers whose removal is sought, of
such action. The City Council ahall.
thereii|sin. within ten U") days of the
receipt of the Clerk's certificate, or-
der an election to be held not less
than twenty IBM nor more than thirty
(JO) days thereafter; provided, how-
ever, that at such recall election! all
registered voters of the City, regard-
less of the Idstrict in which said vot-
ers reside, shall be eligible to cast
their vole for or against the officials
whose removal Is sought, whether such
officials were In the first Instance.
elected by District or at large: and
further provided, however, that if any
other municipal election Is to occur
within sixtv (60) daya after the re-
ceipt of said certificate, the City Coun-
cil may In its discretion, provide for
the holding of the removal election
on the date of such other municipal
election.
The Councilman or Councilmen or
other elective officer whoae removal la
sought, may resign at any time before
the election, In which event the office
will be deemed vacant without recall,
and ahall be filled a* other vacancies
provided for herein. In elections for
recall, the form of the ballot shall be
as nearly as practical:
"Shall "A" be recalled", or "Shall
"B" be recalled*, etc., the name of
the officers being Inserted In the
place of "A" and "B".
The voter shall indicate his vote
by "YES" or "NO".
If a majority Of the votes cast ahall
be In favor of auch recall, the Council
ahall Immediately declare the office
vacant and proceed to fill the same
in the manner provided by law for the
rilling 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 Ihe same Councilman or other
elective officer be held within aix
(() montha. and provided, further
that no Councilman or other elective
officer shall be subject to recall within
Thirty 1.1") days after taking office.
Section J. POWER OF REFEREN.
DUM: The electors at large shall have
power to approve or reject at the iiolls
any ordinance passed by the Council.
or submitted by the Council to a vote
of ihe electors, except aa provided in
Section I" (REFERENDUM ON BOND
oKIMNANCKS). Article IV of this
Charter, such poster being known aa
the referendum, ordinances submitted
to the Council by initiative petition
and passed by the Council without
change aball 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 leasi ten per centum (10%)
of the registered voters at the last
preceding regular municipal election
may be filed with the City Clerk re-
questing that any aurh ordinance be
either repealed or submitted to a vote
of Ihe 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 proiHised ordinance. The signa-
tures to Initiative of referendum peti-
tions need not be all appended to one
paper, but to each separate petition
there shall be attached a statement of
the circulator thereof aa provided by
this section. Kach aigner of any such
petition paper shall sign hla name In
ink in Indelible pencil, and shall Indi-
cate after hll name his place of resi-
dence bv street and number, or other
description sufficient to identify the
place. There shall appear on each peti-
tion the names and addresses of five
elector*, who, as a committee of the
petitioners, ahall be regarded as re-
sponsible lor the circulation and fll-



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LEGAL NOTICE

.111: "i the petition. Attached to eitch
separate petition paper there shall be
an affidavit i>i the circulator thereof
that he, and he only, personally cir-
culated the foregoing papei, that it
bears the staled number of signa-
tures, that all the signatures appenued
thereto were made in his presence,
and that tie believes them to be the
Genuine signatures of the persons
whose names they purport to be.
Section 5. FILING. EXAMINATION
AND CERTIFICATION OF PETI-
TIONS: All petition papers comprising
an initiative or referendum petition
shall be assembled and tiled with the
City Clerk as one instrument. Within
twenty (21)) days after a petition is
filed, the City Clerk shall determine
whether each paper of the petition
has a proper statement of the circula-
tor, whether the petition is signed by
a sufficient number of qualified elec-
tors. The City Clerk shall attach
thereto an affidavit signed by the
Circulator thereof, if a petition paper
is found to be signed by more per-
sons than the number of signatures
certified by the circulator, the last
signature in excess of the number rer-
tiied shall be disregarded. If a peti-
tion paper is found to be signed by
fewer persons than the number certi-
fied, the signatures shall be accepted
unless void on other grounds. After
completing his examination of the
petition, the City Clerk shall certify
the result thereof to the Council at
its next regular meeting. If he shall
certify that the petition is Insuffi-
cient he shall set forth in his certi-
ficate the particulars in which it is
defective and shall at onc notify the
Committee of the Petitioners of his
findings.
Section 6. AMENDMENT OF PETI.
TIONS: An Initiative or referendum
petition may be amended at any time
within ten (|ii) days after notification
of Insufficiency has been sent by the
City Clerk, by filing a supplementary
petition upon additional papers signe.i
and filed as provided in ease of an
original petition. The City Clerk shall,
within five (6) days after such an
amendment is filed, make examination
"f the amended petition and. If the
I etltlon is still Insufieieiit. he shall
file his certificate to that effect In
Ms office and notify the Committee of
the petitioner! of his findings and no
further action shall be had on such
insufficient petition. The finding of the
insufficiency of a petition shall not
prejudice the fling of a new petition
lor the same purpose.
Section 7. EFFECT OF CERTIFI.
CATION OF REFERENDUM PETI.
TION: When a referendum petition,
r amended petition, .is defined in
Section 6 of tins Section, has been
certified ai sufficient by the Cltj
Clerk, the Ordinance specified in the
petition shall not go into effect, or
further action thereunder shall I
suspended. If it shall have gone into
effect, until and unless approved by
the electors, as hereinafter provided.
Section 8. CONSIDERATION BY
COUNCIL: Whenever the Council re-
elvea a certified initiative or referen-
dum petition from tile I'uy Clerk, it
ball proceed at one,- t.....nalder such
petition. A proposed initiative ordi-
nance shall be read, and provision
Shall be made for a public hearing
upon the proposed ordinance. The
Council shall take final action on the
' 'refinance not later than sixty (6(1)
days after the date on which such
Ordinance shall be reconsidered by
the Council anil Its final vote Upon
such reconsideration shall be upon the
juestlon, shall the Ordinance sped-
: ed in the Referendum 1'etitlon be
Repealed?'
Section 9. SUBMISSION TO ELEC-
TORS: If the Council shall fail to past
an ordinance proposed by Initiative
j etltion, or shall pass ft in a form
different from that set forth in the
Petition therefor, or if the Council
fail to repeal a referred ordinance, the
proposed or referred ordinance shall
be submitted to the elei tors at large.
not less than thirty (30) dais. .....
more than sixty (tin) days from the
date the Council takes its final vote
thereon. Tlie Council may. in its dis-
cretion, and If no regular election is
to be heiii within such period, provide
lor a special election.
Section 10. FORM OF BALLOT FOR
INITIATED AND REFERRED ORDI-
NANCES: Ordinances submitted to
vote of the .lectors in accordance with
the initiative and referendum piovi-
sions of this Charter shall be submit-
ted by ballot title, which shall be pre-
pared in all cases by th.- Department
id i.aw ur nthei principal bgui ad-
viser of the City. The ballot title mav
be different from the legal title Ol am
such initiated or referred ordinance
and shall be a clear, com Is* state-
ment, without argument or pn ludli e,
Iptlve of th,. substance of such
ordinance, Th.- ballot used in voting
Upon any ordinance if a paper ballot,
shall have below the ballot title the
following propositions, one above the
other. In the order indicated.
"For The Ordinance" and
"Against the Ordinance-'
Immediately at the left of each propo-
sition there shall be a square in
which by making a cross (X) the elec-
tor may vote for or against the Ordi-
nance. Any number of ordinances may
be voted on at the same .lection and
may be submit led on the same ballot
but any paper ballot used for voting
thereon shall be for that purpose onlv.
If voting mac hin.s are used, the bal-
lot title of any ordinance shall have
i.elow it th,. same two propositions
one above the other, or one preced-
ing the other in the order indicated
find the elector shall be given an op-
portunity to vote for either of the
two propositions and thereby to vote
for or against the ordinance.
Section 11. AVAILABILITY OF
LIST OF QUALIFIED ELECTORS:
If any organization or group requests
it for the purpose of circulating the
descriptive matter relating t the
Ordinance to be vol.....in, the Board
. r Elections, ..r the City Clerk or other
orrice. department or agency of the
City having the list r qualified elec-
tors, shall either permit such organiza-
tion or group to COP) the names and
addresses of the qualified elect** or
lurnish it with a list thereof, within
ten (in) days from said re.piest
Section 12. RESULTS OF ELEC
10.
II.
12.
13.
ARTICLE X
TAX ADMINISTRATION
Section 1. Division of Assessment
:.'. Property subject to Tax;
method of Assessment
3. Hoard of Assessment Re-
view
4. Hoard of Assessment Re-
View: powers and duties
5. Public Hearings on com-
plaints
f>. Appeal to Courts
7. Division of Collections
.s. Collector's Ilond
s. Taxes payable when due
Preparation and Delivery
of Tax Hills
Extension of Tax for cur-
rent vear on Assessment
Rolls
Description of Tax Hill
Office of Assessor-
Collector
Section 1. DIVISION OF ASSESS-
MENTS: There shall be established iii
the Department of Finance a Division
of Assessment, the head of which shall
be the Cltv Assessor.
Section 2. PROPERTY SUBJECT
TO TAX; METHOD OF ASSESS-
MENT: All real and personal property
within the City, not expressly exemp-
ted by law, shall be subject to annual
taxation at its true value. The A
sor shall begin the work of assessing
real and personal property on and as
of the first day of Januarv of each
fiscal year on or before the fust day
of July of each fiscal year, he shall
present to the Director of I-'in.inc..
an assessment roll of the propert) tax-
able within the City, together with i
true copy thereof to be known as the
Assessors duplicate. The assessment
roil shall i... available for public In-
spection during the period from the
loth day of July to the lath day ol
August.
Section 3. BOARD OF ASSESS
MENT REVIEW: There shall be i
Hoard of Assessment Review to be
composed ol the City Council sitting
specifically for that purpose.
Section 4. BOARD OF ASSESMENT
REVIEW; POWERS AND DUTIES:
The Board of Assessment Review shall
have the power to
(a i Review on complain) of propert)
OWnelS assessments lol the |.'|l|.o-c
of taxation ,,f real ami personal
property within the City made by
the City Assessor.
ib i Administer I Mths
id Take Testimony
id) Hold Heatings
hi Adopt regulations regarding the
procedure ol Assessment Review.
Section 5. PUBLIC HEARINGS ON
COMPLAINTS: Beginning with the
15th day ol August ot each fiscal year,
ami as |..ng thereafter a.- ma) be- nec-
essary, the City Council, sitting as a
Board of Assessment IteVleW shall
hear and determine (he complaint of
any person in relation to the a--.----
inent loll Complaints to the Hoard ol
Assessment Review shall be in writ-
ing and under oath. Hut the procedui
Section 1. DEFINITIONS: As used
in (his Charter, unless tin context
clearli requires some other meaning.
() -cost oi Service means all
, isonablc and necessary expenses.
taxi cud other in.......barges, and a
return of six pel centum l%), "' the
actual aveiage annual "si of i......
sarv total capital I" 'he utility, upon
the" net capital Investment In ti.....ise
,.f utilities operating within the fran-
chise terms of this Charter, or, in (he
, a.....f othel utilities. II|h.|i the net
capital Investment .....ther fair rate
l... .,.- detenu......I by negotiations.
arbitration or litigation;
I h, actual and leasoliable cost of 1
piupcrties and capital outlay used
and useful f I.ss accrued depreciated as deter-
mined by regular accounting proced-
ure, plus working capital necessarily
supplied by the investors, applicable
to th. operation within the City;
ic i "Reproduction cost Appraisal"
means the reproduction cost, less de-
,Tion of all used and useful prop-
erty, as determined by a physical ap-
praisal, plus working capital necessar-
ily supplied by the Investors, in deter-
mining reproduction cost, appropriate
unit prices shall be established for
each class of propel tv In ace oi dan. e
with proper Inventory of (lie iro|er-
ties. Reasonable allowances shall be
made for normal general construction
overhead COStS, not included In the
unit prices. The depreciation deduc-
tion shall include both physical and
functional factors, and shall take due
a.count of the differences between the
existing proper!) units ami available
modern units, including the differ-
ence in maintenance between existing
and available ticiv units. No additional
allowances shall be made for franchise
value, going concern value, or other
Intangible Items not representing the
a.tnil unrecouped capital expendi-
tures,
Section 2. GRANTING OF FRAN.
CHISES: The City shall have power
to grant a franchise to any private
corporation for the use of streets and
other public ways in the furnishing of
an) public utility s.i vac to the City
and I., its inhabit.nits. All franchises
iiivi any renewals, extensions ami
amendments thereto, shall be granted
onlv by ordinance. A proposed fran-
chise ordinance shall be submitted to
the Mayor, and in- shall render to the
Council a written report containing
i ecommendatlons thereon
Section 3. CONDITIONS AND
TRANSFER OF FRANCHISES:
ia i Ever) franchise or renewal, ex-
tension or amendment of a franchise
hereafter grained .-ball:
(1) iiiipc.s.. upon the utility the duty
t" furnish proper service at a mini-
mum attainable cost under proper or-
ganization and efficient management.
The Clt) shall have th. right t,, re-
quire such extensions, additions, im-
before such Hoard shall be Informal I provementa and replacements of prop-
end of a nature calculated to effect '"> "s "'" result In economy or Im-
provement 111 sc! V ,c c. and It I1IUV is-
sue such orders with respect to safety
and other matters as ma) be neces-
s.uv or desirable tor the community.
(Z) Fix the rates to be charged by
the Utility for tile different classes of
service and reserve to the City the
power to levlse such lates at the end
of each calendar or fiscal vear. Such
rates shall be sufficient to ever the
cost of service as defined III Section 1
of this Article.
i :i Reserve to th.- City the right,
at any tune aftei five i..) v.-ars. to
revoke the franchise and pulcllase all
the properties of tin- utllit) at a pur-
i has. j.ri, equal to the net capital
Investment, or as to am property In-
cluded in the purchase for which the
lot capital Investment Is not Racer
lain.chic from the accounts, at the
estimated actual cost less a. I riled cl
pi.c latlon.
(bi No franchise shall be transfer-
red hereafter by an> ullhtv to anolhe
without the approval of ti,.- City, ami
a- a i ondltlon to such approval all the
terms and condition- ,., this Section
rfan'chi* '"'""'' "> transferred
Section 4. RATE BASE- VAI HA
T,0N board: I, net capUal tnvart
lent is not accepted a- th. rate bis
' both the < Ity and the Council and
;\," '",""' I1"1"-; rendering service
within the i ny but not operating
within th.- franchise ten,,- of this Ar-
..'.l..' Olty'S agency for public
utilities, referred loin Section 6 of this
nil % !k "*"';-"" "Kb such
utility f, the purpose of establishing
TION: If a majority of the electors at
large voting on a proposed Initiative
ordinance shall vote in favor thereof.
it shall, thereupon, be an Ordinance
wi I'i Clti'' A r'rred Ordinance
which s not approved by a majorltv of
the electors voting thereon shall,
thereupon be deemed repealed If con-
flicting ordinances are approved by
the electors at the same election the
one receiving the greatest number of
afirmative votes shall prevail to the
extent of such conflict.
Justice as simply as possible Hearings
upon complaints shall be held in the
older received and as promptly after
the filing thereof, as possible, and
the determination of the Board of
Assessment Kevlew shall be made
within ten Such determination shall be ImmedT-
at.lv ..Milled b) tlie Secretary of the
Hoard to th.- cny Assessor, whose
dtitv it slvall be to make such cor-
rection Upon the aessillelll loll ailll
duplicate, as the Hoard may deter-
mine
Section 6. APPEAL TO COURTS:
Appeal 11 ..111 the lletcl initial loll of the
Board of Assessment Review nut) be
taken to a Court of competent juris-
diction not later than thfrtj 110) da)
after certification to the Clt) \-
Section 7. DIVISION OF COLLEC-
TION: There shall be established in
tin- Department of Finance a divi-
sion of collection, the head of which
shall be the Cltj Tax Collector
Section 8. COLLECTORS BOND'
The Collector shall, before the drill -
cry t.. him of the Assessment Roll
civ surety bond for the faithful per-
formance of in- duties, including com-
pliance with ail c ontrolllng pros Islons
of lew bearing upon the function- ,,(
in- otti, ... ., f..i m appioved by the
state i a\ Commissioner, and In such
sum, not le-s than th., amount stah-
llshed by the Commissioner, a- shall
I"- rixed bv the Council.
Section 9. TAXES PAYABLE
WHEN DUE: Tax..- shall I... p., value
when due
Section 10. PREPARATION AND
DELIVERY OF TAX BILLS: As Boon
as the duplicate Is delivered to the
City Tax Collet,,,, he shall at once
begin work ol in.paring, completing
and in.ding ,,r otherwise delivering
icx bill.- for the fiscal yeai t., the
owner.- of propert) assessed so (at a-
siich owners are known ami shall
complete such work on or before the
fust day t November The val.....v
of any tax or tin- time at whiih the
same shall be payable shall not i- af-
fected by the failure ..f the Collector
hl'll '""" OI' lm-|-Wi*- deliver a tax
Section 11. EXTENSION OF TAX
M0ENTURm.NT,-YEAR,0N ASSESS
MENT ROLL: I poll adoption of the
l I" r< lit budget by the I 'oun.il in a, -
corcanee With the proceduie pre-
scribed in Article iv of ibis cl,.,,,,.,
and the determination tberebs .,f th..
amount to be raised by taxation, the
'.'''','""' Hnanoe, pi other author
t. shall have caused to I..- extended
on the assessment roll and duplli ate
the amount of tax computed upon each
assessment at the rate nee essar) t,.
raise the ie,|Uired amount
Section 12. DESCRIPTION OF TAX
BILL: Each tax bill shall contain i
.-st-.t. ,.-,,, of the valuation r ,!,..
property against which th.- tax ,. lev-
ied, and th- f,,M a,un. payable
Section 13. OFFICE OF TAX A<5
SESSOR-COLLECTOR: The Offli ,.'f
sor-Collector mav be held
p.i.-on until, by Ordinance of
be sepa,,;;::;"",h"tM- -'-
Tax
bv l,||.
the city
ARTICLE XI
PUBLIC UTILITIES
Section 1. Definitions
2. Granting of franchise
.!. conditions and Transfer
of Franchise
Rate base, valuation
Hoard
6. Rates; Annual cost of
Basl a"d *m]n* s' ''
6. Records and Proceedings
7. Recapture
8. Kstabllshment of Muni-
ch, jTbKs'1'"''' "''"'1
9. Competition with Private.
r'.lll7lesed "na uMed
Municipal Utility Organ-
ization
Financial provisions
10.
11.
" 1,'v baag consider.,i rail
-.liable by such city agen
utility. Adecpiate technical
shall 1... made available
c>. ihe result, if
lung
and rea-
and th,-
issistance
to the Agen-
ny, of smh negotl-
"nl" >t agreement with. wi

I1'""-- ;""' -hall prosecute
be prosecuted all
'i i ause
f.ween W^ opon,on
through rate reductions applicable to
the sui .ceding year.
Section 6. RECORDS AND PRO-
CEEDING:.:
iai Tin' Council shall establish or
designate an Agency of the City Gov-
ernment which snail assemble the
fact- which are essential to propel de-
termination of cost of service and the
fixing ol reasonable rates. .Such agen-
,v .-hall have and keep up to date an
inventor.v of the property used In pub-
lic service, (he cost of such properties
as actually and reasonably Inclined
or as fixed bv appraisal, additions and
retirements made each year, the de-
preciation, and all matters that enter
into the periodical readjustment of the
rate base. II shall have power to make,
and shall conduit, all Inspections and
examinations of public utility proper -
ties, accounts and records necessary
or appropriate to carry out the provi-
sions of this Charter. At the close of
each calendar or fiscal year. It shall
make a cmnpiehenaive report and
recommendation to the Mayor and the
Council. The Mayor shall thereupon
make separate recommendations to
the Council, which, after receiving
them, may proceed with Informal ne-
gotiations or with formal proceedings.
Every public utility operating within
the City shall furnish to such Agcn-
C) regular i.|Hirts as to capital out-
lay, property retirements, operating
revenues, operating expenses, taxes
and other accounting matters accord-
ing to the standard accounting classic
ficatloii Issued for such utilities by the
State Public I'tillties Commission. In
addition the City may require reports
regarding salaries, wages, employees,
contracts, service performance, and
all other records of operation that per-
tain to proper rats adjustments on the
basis of facts and regular administra-
tion.
(b) Tin- Agency established or desig-
nated by the Council shall also make
appropriate efforts to obtain proper
annual revision of rates of pilvate
utilities which do not operate under
the franchise terms of this Chaiter.
and which are not subject to munic-
ipal regulation by General Haw. it may
Initially obtain proper surveys of
operating expenses, taxes and other
charges, and of the net capital Invest-
ment in (lie properties used In public
service Within the City, and thereupon
ma- endeavor, through negotiations
with the utility, (o obtain proper rate
adjustments. The determination of a
rate baa* .-had be made as set forth
in Section 4 of this Article. If It can-
not obtain due agi e.-ment It shall file
a complaint and petition to the Slate
1'ubllc Flint) Commission for a for-
mal rate Inquiry. In such .proceedings
It shall represent the consumers at
large and shall prepare and present In
due legal form all the evidence with
respei I t.....si of service and other
elements as repined in the public 111-
leie.-t It shall obtain all requisite data
for successive rate revisions, and at
the end of each calendar or fiscal ve.u
it shall endeavor to secure anv revi-
sion of rates indicated by the show-
lug of facts, and If necessary shall
P'cc.....d again with a request for for-
mal Inquiry by the State 1'ubllc Util-
ities Commission.
Section 7. RECAPTURE: Whenever
the Council shall determine, and In
accordance with the franchise terms,
the City may purchase the properties
of a privately owned public utility, and
may Include In such purchase proper-
ties located outside as well as with-
in the City. The purchase price shall
n"t *<.....d the net capital Investment,
or the rate base, established as herein
described, rot any properties Included
In the purchase for which such net
capital Investment had not been pro-
vided fr by previous franchise grants.
The City may also condemn any pub-
He utility properties pursuant to the
general condemnation provision of this
Charter. The cost of proceedings for
acquisition of private properties by
purchase or by condemnation shall be
paid in the first Instance by the pri-
vate utility, but shall be Included in
the pn. oi aw.ci.l paid by the City
Section 8. ESTABLISHMENT OF
MUNCIPALLY OWNED AND OPER-
ATED UTILITIES: The Cltv shall
have th. power to own and operate
My'Public ui, lit v. t construct and In-
stall ail fac iiiti.-s that are reasonabli
needed, and to i.-ase or pur, base anv
existing utllit) properties used anil
useful in public service. The Cltv mav
also fm in. h s.rvne In adjacent null
n.aii.v communities which mav be
'"hvenientiv and economically served
b he municipally owned ami oper-
w,',". s''"'U' S"I,J"" "' Mreentents
with su.h communities and subject to
ib- provisions of 8tate*Law. Council
nay provide b. ordinance for the es-
tablish,,,,.,,, o M1, anc| _h(||
a ,' i.'.l.r. I"";"'"'' ....."< appioved a(
a pop,, a. referendum; provided, how-
ever, that an Ordinance providing for
> x 'on, enlargement, or Im-
provement ,.f an existing utility may
ttel of general mu-
terest to rate reduction. ,
for promotion of ut IH',l,l':'r,,'-ulr|J
advancement of the e..,, '""1 In*
Ola! interests of the |.*"""' and j
utility shall not bl ,,'' '.''"".'".v ThJ
benefit of other mu d / '.' '" tkl
and shall not be use ir,, ,,Um'llo"l
directly as a general r, v. n y "r '"4
Ing agency for the c t''%",fr**du<-
pay to the City am h ,', marl
other taxes as'aJe n..rnV,lrly. a|
upon private business enteritli?*
Section 11. FINANCii I"**
SION8: The City may ?, *, PRVl
qulsition of private?,- [ ^ sc .
properties, the purchase ..} ,* u,lrl
the cost of all construe i, il
erty Installation for it n ?. prD-|
by borrowing. In uccordan : """""'I
provision of Article V o,",h*lth ter Appropriate provls ons JJ?**!
made, however, for the JIV11 ll
and retirement or all bom ,lMlll
to the provision, of this cKrSF^MT
amortisation and retirement^- SuolH
effected through the use ', ,nu-v N
tlon funds or other fli a, ,-i i\S?*H
provided through the1":!;;!!]!,---1
succ..,^,T,lSL|0xv,ERNM
Assessment ,i u. ,.
lection In first (..seal i"
Wghta of OfflceVan, V
Ployees preserved E
continuance of Pr,^,
Status of Office,, and p_,
fe^ EBB
Continuity of Offices D.
partments ;, "
Continuance
Section 1
1.
3.
1
5.
.
7.
.
be enacted ..
nlclpal administration
Section 9. COMPETITION
WITH
PRIVATELv OWNED ANS OPER-
oVned .J'L'T,"! lf muntelpaKy
owned and ..per.,,.. ,.,,|i,v wllM ,.
sev,,.. ai..,- already supplied by a
effort "''''I ""l<" every reasonable
i" "use price which
rIU .\.'"M ''' properly paid
ishnieiit of a
rer^h.nT,'. M'' "''I'"''"lent or offl-
"v flnanclauaV^ft0 'n-',ke "'",' -
'm.r%;\"e|-7",''''>'*. ""less
'""'nt ,|, v J,r*""nce. adopt
::ril:;;,i!Vi I n,a\s^d,,a'm'or!ps\,^
annual profit, above bond lii- proceeding, civil or criminal, l*na
S^s A' '.....' -'"d **
Section 1. ASSESSMENT AND
COLLECTIONS IN FIRST FISCa'i
YEAR: The first fiscal yea I ueatskl
ll.hed by Section 1, Article 'in ?
Charter, shall begin on the first
of November and shall end on the lil
day of October of each calendar V",i
Section 2. RIGHTS OF OFFICebiI
AND EMPLOYEES PRESERVEoH
.Nothing in this Charter i.nt.iined n.T
cent as specifically provided, ',haj|
affect or Impair the right- ,,d pr|v!P
ileges of Officers or Employees of ih.l
city or of any Office, Departmsat ,rl
Agency existing at the tune when thiil
t barter shall take effect, oi any nrn.l
vision of law in force at the time thill
Charter shall take affect, and not |n-|
consistent with the provisions of thiil
Charter In relation to personnel, p.r
polntments, ranks, grades, tenure ,,r|
office, promotion, removal, ptnilogl
apd retirement rights, civil rights, url
any other rights or prlvlfegea ol ufh-i
cers or Kmployees of the city or ann
office. Department or Agency tht-rt-r
of.
Section S. CONTINUANCE OPl
PRESENT OFFICERS: All per*,iu|
holding administrative office at the I
time this Charter take- effect, ahall
continue In office and In ihe par-
formance of their duties until provi-
sion shall have been made in accors-l
a n.e herewith for the po foimance oil
such duties, or the discontinuance oil
such office. The powers conferred anil
the duties Imposed upon any Office,!
Department, or Agency of the City byl
the latws of this State shall, if such I
OffU-e. Department or Agency of thai
City be abolished by this Charter, <>r|
under its authority, be thei.nfier ex-
erdsed and discharged by the Offlct,
liepartment or Agency desntnaled byl
(he ('ouncll unless otherwise ptuvidpll
herein.
Section 4. STATUS OF OFFICERS |
AND EMPLOYEES HOLDING POSI-
TIONS WHEN CHARTER TAKEI
EFFECT: Any person holding aal
office or position in Ihe c'la.-sifiei
Service of the City when (his I'luu-trrl
takes effect who shall have served ii |
such position for at least a [>erto41
of three months, shall be retain* I
without preliminary or Working tests I
and shall thereafter be subject In an I
respects to the provisions of this I
Charier. Other persons In the ('llf I
service at the time this Chatter take)
effect shall be regarding cs h.ilillnt
their positions under the provisional |
appointments. ___
Section TRANSFER, OF REC-
ORDS AND PROPERTY: All reconlll
property and equipment whatsoavsfl
of any Office, Depart men I or AgemT I
or part thereof, all the powers anal
duties which are assigned any "'"rf
office, I*eiinrtutent or Agenc) hv this [
Charter, shall be transferred and de-
livered tO the Office. I i.-pai (ment of |
Agency to which such powi and "" .
ties are so assigned. If par] of tn
powers and duties of anv i iffice. I*-
partineiit or Agency or part therent |
are. by this Charter, assigned to an-
other office, liepartment or Ageni).
all records, property and e.|iili>nn,ni
relating exclusively then'., shall '*
transferred and delivered to the ciii".
Department or Agency to which
powers and duties are s
ilgnsd
OF
Section 6. CONTINUITY 01
OFFICES, DEPARTMENTS OR AO
ENCIES: Any Office, r>partment <*\
Agency provided for In this I hart"
with a name, or with powers ana*"
ties the same or gubsUntlsBf '
same as those of an Office, '*.*/L
merit or Agency heretofore ei
shall be deemed to be a contlnsaUW
of such office. Departroeni ot A"'r'
and shall exercise Its powers and >
ties In continuation of their r*"
by the Office, Depaitmcm ol AT'
by which the same were h
exercised and shall have
coiiilniie any business. |in
..the, matter within the si
regular powers and duties i
by any office. Department
bv which such powers ahd (I
heretofore exercised. Anv p
anv Law. Kule. ItefUlaOon
' Irani or any other decun
Ing (.. such a formerly existing '" '
I'.i.artment or Agency shall, so.
as Is not Inconsistent with the l'iu.,
-ion- of this Charter, npplv w
office, Deiwitment or Agenc
ape
powar i
eed ng> a
A "f '"
unienceS
,r Ages"
,,vision l
cntrart-
,n( reUt-
so fa' I
;,r0Vl- ,
sues I
pro-
vlded for by this Charter Qf
Section 7. CONTINUANCE o
CONTRACTS AND PUBLIC '
PROVEMENTS: All contracts "**,
Into by the City, or for its sj^,
prior to the taking effect "' '''' anl
ter, shall continue In full ''''hi''*
effect. Public Improvements '"' .
legislative steps have been ''*" ,||
der law or Charter provisions i ",,.,
at the time this Charter ',"";,. nf,r-
may be carried to completion as ,
ly aa practicable In sconl.in ,
the provisions of such ""J". exl-
..,. provisions of sum <*_--^q.
and charter provisions; as "J; nlc|pal
pie. as It relates to the $ %
waterworks system, "?*
"An Act re-enacting Chnpt,' *--
Special Acts of *l"rM"--'A(iV0N*
Section g. PKNDINO ACT" ^


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^mA^FEBRUARY 5, 1654
LEGAL NOTICI
,k., time "" ,hlH hr,fr *h""
W". -.In I'M D.-p.iitmenl pr
i'ii.> ": the.....f. shall he
HOSi or <'"'"1 ''> '"'"'"i",1"" "'
"': ,. i,> enjthing Herein
II ,,,. h a, Uoim or
.......... notwlth.
1......',,'. ,,.,| the fur..n..ms. powers
n*.'. .,.; ... Department
"'''., .......' !''"> ".. '"
. ** thtfl charter, bi
.!"> or ed to miolliej;
ARTICLE XIII
DEPARTMENT OF LAW
.., i CITY ATTORNEY; Al'-
|-(i|NTMBXT
|TV ITTORNEY;
UIAI.IFICATIONS
TV ATTORNEY. I'oW-
Kits AND DUTIEH
4 Ml N'CIPAL JL'DOE; Al'-
I-OINTMENT
5 Ml MCI PAL JUDGE;
.,,> UNIFICATIONS
4 Ml NI' ll'AL JUDGE:
pnWEKS AND DUTIES
Action 1 CITY ATTORNEY; AP-
POINTMENT: There shall be it I >-
jarinifM ol l*flw, the head of which
hall Mi..in.\. who Hhull
be ai>i">ini.-l b) the City Council.
Action 2 CITY ATTORNEY;
QUALIFICATIONS: The City Attnr-
Hj, to qualif) fl such position shall
i I lau :i!ltl a llu'lll -
p* of thi I I ii.1.1 Bar In good HIM-
I
Section 3. CITY ATTORNEY:
POWERS AND DUTIES: The City
ittenw) shall he the legal iidvlHer
. i ifc IVparl in.-nli* and Ag-
,..:,.. ..: i m ihe Offlcen And Em-
..( the CltJ ..t North Miami
relating lo their official now-
repreeent the
nceedlnga. It shall
i in .ill aei v Icea
II Ion a.- may l.e
iteSi i.> thki Cnai -
Stcton 4 MUNCIPAL JUDGE:
APPOINTMENT: There -hall be I
I i. appointment
the Mayor.
Section MUNICIPAL JUDGE:
OuaufiCations: The Municipal
ulj ii. i need and
. Lt-laW, and a
la Bar In n.....I

Section 6. MUNICIPAL JUDGE:
POWERS AND DUTIES: II Hhull be
M inlclpal Jud|
I II I. lint lew III.in ,.!,. .
LEGAL NOTICE
+Jewlstrk>rldlian
PAGE 15 B
?. .7 ",ay. '" designated bl the
' nun, il for (he trial of all ,
I with violation of any
> < hall .. .hi,..... jury, and. u.........,,
\h tlon of auch peraon 01 peraoni to
Impoae up..n him oi thorn iui i, penalti
nai e ii.- shall has.- the powei la
summon e/ltneaaea, laaue warrant! of
upon affidavit dulj ru.-.i. t ad-
minister oaths ami to do all other ai Ii
necessary i,.r Hi. perforate..... ,.f Id's
duo... ajMllalao have ,.,. Jower t3
punish for contempt of court to the
;s" ?' "' [Ine in.i excec.....g five
hundred ($400) dollara or Iroiirlson-
'" '" !......ceedlng slxtj ...... dayi
or both mi. i, fine and Impriapnmenl
i in- oata "i proaecutlon in said o irl
shall he the aame ai are allowed by
law in Circuit Court, iu< h coata be-
ing taxed agarnsl the pel aon con |
and i olleotod b) the Cltj I 'i. rk to be
paid over bj him to cits Depositary
and Placed to the credit ..i the Clti of
Ninth Miami Baaoh.
ARTICLE XIV
GENERAL PROVISIONS
Section 1. Contracts extending be-
>olnl one year
2. Publicity ..t Records
1. 1'nrsorutl Internal |.|.|
4. official Bonds
5. flail, of offi. i .
6. Effect of thu Charter, mi
Existing latw
7. Amending; the Charter
1. Suits and Claim.-, against
the Cltj
9. Keparabilltv Clause
Section 1. CONTRACTS EXTEND.
TENDING BEYOND ONE YEAR; No
contract Involving thu payment of
mono) out of th.. appropriation! of
more than one year shall be made
for a period of more than five <:>)
years; nof shall any sm-h oontracl In-
valid unices made or approved by ordl-
nance.
Section 2 PUBLICITY OF RECORDS:
All record! and account! of every
Office. Department or Agency of the
Cltj shall I.....pen t.i Inapectlon by any
citlxen. any i em ,.- ni.il i\ ,.f a ,Hi.
aens orKanlxatlon. or any repreaen-
tatlve of the iiress. at all reasonable
um.s ami un i, r reaaanable regula-
tion! eotabllahed bj the Coum II, i \
cepl record! and document! the .li--
, I,..-nire of whlrh would i, mi to defeat
the lawful purpose which tbej an
intended I., acconipliah
Section 3. PERSONAL INTEREST:
No member <.f the Cot.....II or any
i or Emplo).....f thi i I
have any financial Intereat, din I i
Indirect, or by reaaon of ownerablp
.f Btoca in any corporation, in any
conti.n i. or in the s.-iie to the Cltj or
to i Conti supplying the City, of
any land or rights oi Intereati In any
land, material, supplied ... service!
Any willful violation of ti.u
LEGAL NOTICE
shall .on.tltute malfeasance In office
,.";' ": ....... orVhe
,' .> 1"1,Ja "'> """" S.....her'l,-
!" '>' offn-e position. Any vlo-
i'i'.n ..t this ,-.,i,,..i with the knoi-
-"t'-. mh. i .. mi...... ,,f ie ..,.
tb. '< '',, '"n,""n""" """""'i'..: with
voidable in the Mayor or the Council
Sect.on 4. OFFICIAL BONDS: Tie
"".....i '" pnance, lh Tax Collec-
tor, and such ether Officers ,,r Kni-
the Count d mm b> gen-
' ', .....nan, tmi il e u i n.,
'.ad si,. I...ml i ..u,|, amount and
i- maj be approved
'> ''" '" "I The premium! on iui h
'" "'I- shall be paid bj the Cltj
Section 5. OATH OF OFFICE
officer of the Cltj Ball, i..-'
ntering upon thi autlea ..f his
.in. e, take and lubai i ibe to the fol-
lowing oath oi affirmation, t.. be fue i
Cl'.rk '" '" ""' "',""' "' ""' "-'
"l aoleranl) swear (oi affirm) that
l will support ti. Constitution and
win poej in. Laws -d the United
Btates, ami ..I the Bute ,.r n,-
Ida; thai l will, In all respects, ob-
-i i, ,ii. provision! ni the Caai tei
and Ordinance! of the city of
North Miami Heach, and Will
faithful y discharge the duties of
tin- Office of
Section 6. EFFECT OF THIS
CHARTER ON EXISTING LAW:
(a) All laws ami parts >.i laws relat-
ing to, ... affecting the City of North
Miami Kcarh in force when this Char-
ter shall take effect, are h.rel.v re-
pealed and superseded to the BJtteBl
that the same are inconsistent with
th.- provtaloni ,,f this Charter;
a.) in-..f.,i as th. provlalona of this
< hartei are thi same n. terms or In
substance and effect as the provi-
sions of the law.In force when this
' barter shall take effect, relating to
or affecting the City of North Miami
I.each, the provlalona of this Charter
are intended to be not a new enact-
ment, but a continuation of such pro-
visions ..f btw, and this Charter shall
be -.....nstrued and applied
Section 7. AMENDING THE CHAR.
TER: Amendment! t.. this Charter
maj be framed and submitted to the
...is of ihe i ity bj ;i Charter !om-
mlssion in the manner provided l.\
law f,,r framing and submitting a new
er. Amendments maj alao be
ed and aubmltted bj i ndmance
passed by .. vote of the majority or
the men,h.rs of the City Council, or
by a petition signed bj nol less than
ten per ecutun, (IfWH of ti.e quali-
fied elector! of th.- City, setting forth
am proposed amendments and filed
" ith the i "Itj Clei k Ii.....rdance with
the |..o\ laloni ol .-' .-ii.ui 9 ol \ i le
IX of this Charter, whereupon the
| "o in. il shall forthwith prot Ide by
ordinance for submitting such pro-
mt ndm.-i.t I,, \,,:,. ,,f the ell .
tori Any Ordinance for submitting
LEGAL NOTICE
a Charter Amendment to the electors
shall inov.de that such Amendment
I" submitted at toe next regular mu-
nicipal siaotlon, if one shall occur
than alxty (M), nor more
than one hundred twenty (ISO) days
after the paaaage ..f the Ordlnahi
otherwise, it shall provide for the sub-
mi -i"u of the Amendment at a spe-
cial election to be ailed and held with-
in the time .it,,i, ..,i.|. .\,,t leas Hun
I I daj s pi |01 tO sin I. ele, titOI
the I i |l ik shall mail a copy ol tin-
Amendment to cadi elei Id?
upon the
nation hooks of the las, regular mu-
nicipal or general elei tlon, ir a pro-
'.....' amen.iment he approved I., ;,
majority of the elei ton voting there-
on, ii -ii.iii become ., pan of the
t barter al Ihe time fixed the,em
Section 8, SUITS AND CLAIMS
AGAINST THE CITY: No lull I .1
tlntained against the City for
damage! ailslng put of a failure to
Keep in proper condition any side-
walk, pavement, viaduct. bridge
street, or other public place, or For
anj tort, ualeaa it shall i. made to
appear thai the damage alleged i-
attributable to negligence of the City,
and laal written notice of such dam
ai:.. waa, within thirty r}0) daya after
etving of the Injury alleged,
given in tin I'iiv Attorney with euch
reasonable epecilflcatlon as to the time
and plai-e and wjltiusses as would en-
able the city Officials to Investigate
the matter; ami no verdict shall in
any rait be given for an amount ex-
'di ik ......ipensated damages to the
plalntlfl directly applicable to .-u.i,
negligence on the part of the Citir,
and contributor) negligence on trie
part of the plaintiff shall defeat all
recovery against the City, It shall be
the dut> of the City Attorney, upon
receiving any such notice, to at once
investigate the matter and lay the
farts, supported by Ihe evidence, be-
fore the City Council in a written re-
i".,'. and the Cltj Council shall have
the right, ami. upon the written re>
quesi of the person Injured, il
be the duty of the city Council to
gate the matter and it may, I'v
resolution, make such reasonabli
tii'iiH-iit "t a ai maj be agreed
upon between the city Council and the
pi -on so da maged.
No rail shall be maintained agalnat
the "Ity upon any debt "i obligation
or damagei arising In any manner
whatsoever unless such suit shall be
begun within one ii> year aftei de-
fault of such debt or ohligalion. ol
urrence of the acts out ..r
which It Is claimed such da magi -
arose, nor unless within thirtj 130)
da..- after such claim ahail arlae, there
shall In- filed with the clerk of the
Cltj a notice under oath, aetting forth
- lemi ill of such claim, a nd al -
baching copies of any document!
whi.h may lot... the ba-.s of any
claim, inn In no vi nl shall suit i"
LEGAL NOTICE
begun against the city prior to ninety
.laims anil notice of claims with thw
Cltj- Clerk or the City Attorney
Section 9. SEPARABILITY CLAUSE
If any section or part of this Charter
shall be held invalid by a court of
competent Jurisdiction, such heldlng
shall not affect the remainder of this
Chart.M nor lie: context in which such
in or part of section so li^-M m-
fJiaf JIJ "IUI,, .- U|, ol pa I of, -
lion may he in-, imi.,1.1, ...in... ,
II, rdeahlnE and effecl will, lite Si -
tlon or par! of aecl ion to a hli h
holding shall directly apply.
This draft, representing the revised
charter "f the Cltj of North Miami
Beach, Ploi da, I hereby adopted bv
mous vote of the dulj constituted
City of North Miami Beach Charter
ft. t ision Board on this the mh d
Of I Celllli. I ItSS,
/h/ F. ,s Davidson, Chairman
/Hi wilii.uii C. ii....toi.1, Member
/s' Edmund A Creelraan, Member
/s/ Clyde B. Haaa, Member
/s/ Pranoea Roolnioa, Member
Noti.e i- hereby given that a spe-
cial I'lection will be held in the Cltj of
North Miam. Beach, norida, from 7
o'clock am until 7 o'clock P.M. on
Monday, February I"., 111.".! for the pin-
si IA 1.1. THE PROPOSED REVISED
'Il A l: TKk i .(' THE i'I'I'V i .I-- Ni IRTH
\ll\.\ll BEACH, PREPARED Bt
THE CHARTER REVIMION BOARD
I'lltSCA.NT TO THE STATCTI-X OK
TIIK STATK OK KM.oUIDA NOW IV
KXIHTENCE, TO WIT CHAPTER
His uK TIIK PTXJRIDA STATI'TK.-.
WHICH CHARTER REVIHEH TH I
PRESENT CHARTER OF THE CITV
OP NORTH MIAMI BEACH AND
PROVIDES 1-liK TIIK JCKISHI'1-
TION AND POWERS OF SAID CITV.
BE APPROVED and ADOPTED OR
DISAPPROVED AND .NUT AI"'I'-
TED,
APPROVED
IMSAI'PIfoVKD
.Ian. I.".. M, g, I'd. I, II, ItM
The registration booka Of the
City wdi remain open for the pun...
of reglaterlng i nj peraon .inallfled t..
vote at I. ii eli ctlon al tin- office of
the Ity cierk in the City of North
Miami Beat h. Florida, e\ el da
through January i">. 1954, Saturday
Sundays and Hotldayi excepted
lug ihe baalnes! hours of the C
Had. w hli h are I..... A M to M P N:
Persona properly reglatered a
Qualified to rote in said election.
Signed
VIRGINIA MOORE,
i-.i .
.1 .,, || IVI. '.. 1-'. lei
JUDGE NORMAN R I.Yi.N-'. \
i 'h..i tei Ri Islon Board
.' ..f North Mian Heai h
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES" COURT
IN AND 0H DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. J1M7-B
I" la i \ i i; I IK
WILLIAM .-i III.KKlt. Deceased
"<"*! nid All Persons Hav-
"< '' : in -in ds Agalnat Said
hstat-:
y.., and h f you, are hereby
i and i..|,iired w present any
rlaims and demand! which you, or
tithe, of >.,.,. may have against the
taut* nf \VII.|.fAM SCHBRER, de-
ceased i,,, |,,,,. f(,nty Florida,
n the Honoi able County Judges of
iiil* Countj and file the same In
IrlT"" County Courthouse
in "-I.- ...i.n, Florida, wUhln eight
'in.. Hi, from the date of the
Brat public.,tin hereof. Shld claims
' annaii.i. .. c.sitaln the legal ad-
erns ,if the la I man t and to be aworn
U1M ,.,.-. nted as aforesaid, or same
in in- La, red,
Ut* January Mh, A.D. 154.
/, I'HKli SCHERER
Ai Kxeoutor of the Last Will
I -stament of
WILLIAM SCHKltER.
jrmw heiman kaplan"'1'
Estet. of
LEGAL NOTICE
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
"I AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
NORIDA. in PROBATE. No. SI
ln '' l>. ITS OF
HRT H RCBIN. Deceased
NOTICt TO CREDITORS
To All Ore,.
'" ''la,in-
Esiati
.'pa. and
iSl"" and
-'ther of v,
and All Persona Hav-
' i'einands Against Said
" Ii of you. are hereby
1 I'dred to preaent any
leu,an,Is which you. or
... may have against the
'-"- 'il.,.!. S RI-J"N. deceased
1 II'HIM
,,,,.,; V ,h ,l" t the first
5KI? .ni ', 1\u,> r,atm",,r de-
"' iho ,,,., "" ">* leal address
nd pres', ,'" "" "' h" *" l"
"ill I,,- |, '" "'"''said, or same
,"; '^ Bee Section no of the
""' ,'' I AD. 154.
'.'I'V '" RUBIN
and ,' ""x "' the Last Will
"l:l'K m '.,.,';' I!I"IN. Deceased.
-..'.:,; Vl "\V. KRIK"
UK E8TATP0; ?78li-1
NWeg-i-!- '-- -
'PLlI
,>"! I,',.- D'SCHARQE
No, 27810-B
AKE
BpTlCE ."^CHARGE
,",.'"; 'ven that I have
. yindnlstralrlx of
lv,"1,"1'". 'I,, '''|,,:- 'leceased;
I tk? H V in',', ^ ""norable
2 S5J*,1'ounty LiNi OjWKy Judge
"Uri. '""" "|., t ^a'.for PP'oval
**. *' Adm n.'.""''. 'r final dla-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 1539
JOHN BERET, Plaintiff.
va.
AUGUSTA FRANCKS IIERKT.
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: AUUIISTA FRANCES KERRY
126 South Lexington Avenue
White Plains. New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Hill of Com-
W'alnt on the plaintiff's Attorney,
EN'RY M. CAIN. I'.IS W. Plagter
Bl Miami. Florida, and file the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading ln the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Coutt on
or before the 15th day of February,
!'' .1 If j-ou fall to do so. Judgment by
default will be taken against j'ou for
ihe i.d.ef demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
(This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLOIUD1AN.)
IK1NE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, thla 8th day of January, A.D.
154.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
I>ade County. Florida.
By M. C. GREEN.
Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Plaintiff
Kll West Flagler St.. Miami. Florida
l,l.-H-9 ?/________________________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 165427
SHELDON Mi.ED. Plaintiff
vs.
I.ORETTA SANDRA Mold'
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE.
In I.ORETTA SANDRA MoED
c/o The Hillside
TaM Mlrd Street
Kelros. Iamg Island, N Y.
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of 'ompsiint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy af your Answer or
Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on
th,. plaintiff's Attoin. BEN ESSEN,
111 Seybold Building. Miami. Florida,
nnd file Ihe original An-w.i it Plead-
ing In the office of Ihe Clerk of the
Clrrull Court ,.n or before the 2l'nd
day of February, MM. If you fall to
do so, Judgment by default will be
lakep against you for the relief de-
manded in the I'.ill nf Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
norida. this 1Mb day of January.
I d mi.
It. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Cii, uit 'ourt,
Dsde County. Florida
By WM W STOCKING,
Ii'In lilt Court Seal) Deputy Clerk.
BEN ESSEN. KSJ.
Ml Seybold Building. Miami. Florida
' 1/5-11
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealring to engage In
buslnesa under the fictitious name of
WHEEL I.VN RESTAURANT at 4S8
W. Flagler Street. Intend to register
aiiM name with the Clerk of th. Cir-
cuit Court ,.f Dadc County, Florida.
DtMOM AGAPITOS
w_________ CARMKLLA AGAPITOS
MANUEL i.riiEL
Attorney for Applicant!
CIS W. Flagler Street
l/le-SfLM 1/5
NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
by virtue of Chapter B7K of Florida
Statutes Annotated (HMD. Ware-
housemen and Warehouse Receipt!,
Wherein A. O. TRANSFER A WARE-
HOC.s'K CO.. INC.. a Florida corpora-
tion, by virtue of Its warehouse lien,
haa In Its possession the following des-
cribed property:
USED SILK SCREEN SHOP
EQUIPMENT as the property of Mil
S. W. SEWEI.L, of lfsi N.E. IStth
Terrace, taken from all S W U'th
Avenue, and USED SI'XDRY STORE
EQUIPMENT and FIXTURES as the
property of MR M. B SUBANK8, of
I1W S.W. 10th Avenue, taken from ?imi
S.W. 12th Avenue, and that on th. Ith
day of February. 19.il, during the legal
hours of sale, mainly bet wen 11:00
forenoon and f:S0 In the afternoon, at
;019 N. Miami Avenue. Miami, Hor-
Ida. Ihe undersigned shall offer for
sale to the highest bidder for cash In
hand the above describe.I property as
the property of Mr. Seweil and Mr,
Eubank a.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 25th
dnv of Jnnuarv. 1154,
A. TRANSFER \-
WAREHOUSE CO., INC.
1/29 | I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ni.TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BEACHCOMBER APTS., at S30 ><:.th
treat, Miami Baach, Intends to reg-
ister said name with Ihe Clerk of the
Circuit Couit of I'ade County, Flor-
ida.
CARLYI.E H MtDENS, INC.
OWNER
I. R. MAYERS
Attorney for Applicant
1406 Congri.-- lildg.
1/1S-11-29 :' '
NOTICE iY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 165779
MARY CAIRO. Plaintiff.
vs.
VINCENT CAIRO, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
You. VINCENT CAIRO, 101-31 116th
St., s on me Park. l.ong Island. N\ a
York: are hereby notified that s Itill
i Complaint for Divorce has li.-.-n
filed against you. and you Are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney. CLAUDE M.
IIARNES. If! E Flaglel 81 Miami.
Ela., and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court ,u. or before ihe 2nd
day of March. 1954. if you fail to do
so. Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the DIM of Complaint.
This notice shall lie published once
each week for four consecutive Veeks
in THE JEWISH FLOKIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED Florida, this 2ath day of January, A D,
IBM.
E. It. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Curt,
I ade County, norida
By V. H. Ma. I.A REN.
(Circuit Curt Seal) Deputy Clerk
CLAUDE M. IIARNES
Attorney for Plaintiff
1 a 2 .-.-12-19
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fhtliloiis name of
Y'.N IIEAI'TY SALON. INC.. st
1117 Washington Avenue. Miami
Florida. Intend to register .said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida,
PBOOT'S IIEAI'TY SALON, INC.
By JACgt'KS ACKRBACH.
I .resident
MARGARET AUERHACH.
Secretary
GEORGE CHBRTKOF. ESQ..
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUJJITY. FLORIDA IN
CHANCERY. No. 166413
RUTH COLAVITO, Plaintiff,
DOMON1CK D. COLAVITO.
I lefendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: DOMONICK D Ci.I.AVlTO
IS4I Weal lal street
Hrooklwi, N'e York
TOU IKK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Hill "f Complaint for Dlvoroe
haa been filed against J'ou, and you
are aerebj rsqu.....I to nerve copy
of vour Anawei to Ihe Kill of Com-
plaint on Plaintiff! attorney, -md file
the original Answer in the ofl
Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or
before the lath day of Fabraary. Ia4:
otherwise, the allegation! of the aaid
Bill of Complaint will be taken aa con-
fessed against you.
Dated this 11 Ih day of January. 1154.
E II LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By It II RUE. JR
(Seal) Iiepuly Clerk iSeal)
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF. ESQ.
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA IN CHANCERY. No. 165692
HELEN D, GOULD, Plaintiff
va.
GEORGE P GOULD, Defendant;
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: i i ,l, 0E( IRGE I' Ol HLI I
1105 :Dlh Stie. t N. W.
Washington, D. C .
Vul' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Kill of Complaint for Divorce
baa in .ii filed agalnat you In the
ah..\c entitled oauai and you are here-
by required to nerve a oopy of your
Anawei to the Mill of Complaint on
ih. Plaintiff! attorneys, and file the
original in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before Ihe
L'.'i.d daj ..f February, n."4, otherwlae
a Decree Pro Coafaaaa will be entered
igahMi you
This notice shall be published on...
each Week for four consecutive Week!
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
Dated at Miami. Florida, thla -'i'th
day o* January, IM4
i: It LEATHERMAN
Clerk, Circuit Court
By: w.M. \\ stock IN.;
Deputj clerk
PALLOTT, SILVER MCLLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
701 c,ingress Building. Miami. Florida
. 2'5-ll
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, dealring to enga
bualneas undei the fictitious name of
BLACK ORCIIM in >M, at 1601 7th
street Cauaeway, North Baj Vlllai
Florida. mi. ...i i.. reglatei aaid name
with tin-cierk of the Circuit Court of
1 lade l iouatj I cllda
EDWARD P. BROOKS
JOSEPH STAB1N8KY
1/21 2/.-12-11'_________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SUPREME BEAUTY PARLOR, al 87
S.E. 1st Ave., Miami, Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
EDYTHE COHN
1/22-29 2 5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th.t
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under Ihe fictitious name nt
WIEDER WINE CO., at 8522 N W.
."ith Street, Miami. Intends to register
raid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dad.- County, Florida.
SAMUEL WIEDER
MOLLY WIEDER
BERNARD WIEDER
Attornej for Applicant!
-Ill Lincoln Rd.
1 11-11 2/5-11
IN THE CIRCUIT C6URT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 165609
FREDRIC II STANCE, Plaintiff.
\ s
JANE JANVIER WARD STANCE
I icfcndnnt.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: JANE JANVIER WARD STANCE
42.", West -,7th Street
New Yoik, New fork
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you. and yon
are hereby required to ser\> a cop)
of jour Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint on Plaintiffs attorney, and file
the original Answer ln Ihe office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on
before ih.- Ji'ml da\ of February. IH4:
otherwise, the allegations of said Bill
of Complaint will be taken as confess-
ed against \..u
Dated tins IMh day of January,
I'.d
i: B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
BJ It. H RICE. JR.
Deputy Clerk (seal)
C.EOROE .1 TALIANOFF, ESy.
Attorney for Plaintiff
I2ii Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla.
2/5-11
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 5.
Kusevitsky Concert
Chairmen Schedule
Brunch, Reception
Two events spotlighting their
Moshe Kusevitsky concert on Feb-
ruary i?ih have been announced
by Sisterhood members of the Mi-
ami Beach Jew-
ish Center.
The first is I
brunch on Mon-
d a y February
8th. at the North
Bay Road home
of Mrs. Sam
Priedland, when
t h e Sisterhood
Board will hear
reports from
ticket chairman
Mrs. Waitzkin Mrs. Henry M.
Waitzkin. general chairman Mrs.
George Goldberg and patrons' co-
chairmen Mrs. Joseph M. Rose and
Mrs. Charles Fruchtman.
At the brunch, final plans will
also be made for the second event,
the reception honoring Cantor Ku-
sevitsky following his concert in
the Center. Reception chairman is
Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton. The fete
will be held in the Blue Room of
the Delano Hotel.
Sisterhood president is Mrs. Jos-
eph A. Berman. Assisting chair
men are the Mesdames Harry Rog
ers, Samuel Lipton, Nat Hankoff,
Ben Zion Ginsburg, Harry Brick
and treasurer Mrs. Samuel Gins-
berg.
Peak success of the concert loom-
ed with a heavy advance list of
more than 100 patrons and a fast
popular saie of tickets through
Mrs. Waitzkin and the central of-
fice at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, according to word here
this week.
Honorary concert patrons in-
clude Miami Beach Mayor Harold
Shapiro and Mrs. Shapiro and mu-
sic editors Doris Reno, Miami Her-
ald; Edward Ireland, Miami Daily
News; and Grace Stone Hall, Flor-
ida Sun.
Sophie Tucker, who recently visited and helped cheer patients
of the Jewish National Home for Asthmatic Cnildren at iJenver,
Colorado, shows she's still thiiikir\g of the youngsters by being
the first contributor to the February 11th Tag Day to be held
in Miami by the Lorber and Greater Miami chapters of the
National Home. Mrs. Aaron Resnick, Tag Day chairman,
smiles her appreciation for the actress' donation. More than
500 Miami women are members of the two local chapters.
Beth Jacob Women
To Welcome Visitors
Sisterhood of Congregation Beth
Jacob will welcome visiting tourists
a) its meeting on Wednesday eve-
ning, February UMh. 8 p.m.. in the
social hall of th Congregation.
Program of the evening will be
presented by visitors to the area.
Mrs Harry Bradbury, of Boston,
Massachusetts, will render vocal
selection. Joan Meyer will be ac-
companist.
Sophia Binder, of New York City,
will present a dramatic reading.
Mrs Louis Shafkin. president, is
in charge of the business meeting.
Mrs Moses Mescheloff will intro-
duce the program.
Proceeds for Lend-A-Hand
The Louis D Brandeis Auxiliary,
No. 199. Free Sons of Israel, will
hold an annual donor benefit on
Sunday evening. February 21st. at
the Clover Club. Proceeds will be
donated to Land A-Hand for its
summer camp for children. Reser-
vations can be made with Mrs. Moe
I'lotkin and Mrs. Hy Edwards.
Roosevelt Chapter Fete
The Eleanor Roosevelt (runt
of Bnai Brith Women will nTT
donor card party on Wednesds
February 10th. 8:30 p m '"*!
12th floor
Hotel.
of
P m on
lhe Fl <:r..,rjori
Dora Stein Card Party
Dora Stein Mtterhood i | fa
raelite Center will have
ly card party on Saturday Febn
ary 6th, 8 p.m.. at th," Israelit]
Center. Mrs. I. Goldberg is 1
man.
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1104 Lincoln Rd.
Ph. 5 Ml 2
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Temple Israel Youth
Elect Officers
Young Adults of Temple Israel
will meet on Sunday. February
14th. 8 p m., at the Temple, 137
NE 19th Street.
Temporary officers of the group
are president, Robert Kuperberg;
vice president, Betty Lou Glick-
man: treasurer. Francine Queenth;
and secretary, Shirley Kaufman.
Luncheon Set Tuesday
Kneseth Israel Congregation Sis-
terhood will hold a luncheon and
card party on Tuesday, February
9th. 12:30'p.m.. at the Star Restau-
rant, 841 Washington A v enue
Frances Ullian is president.
WTVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHEDULE
_^ Friday thru Monday (Feb. 5 8)
MORNING
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
7:00 Todas
7:15
7:30
7:451
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8:30
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10:00 Tin- Little Show
10:15 Valiant I.idy
10:30 Dion,- I,uca.s
10:45
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11:15
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11:45'
Super Circus Lamp Into r'l TEe I. I- show
V'altanl Lady
l apt. Midnight l-ook Up, Live Induxtrj P'rade
Ind'iiy Parade
Youthful Pianist is
Feature on Beach
Jay Bruce Hess, 15-year-old pian-
ist, son of Mr. and Mrs. David A.
Hess, 2190 S\V 10th Street. Miami,
appeared before some 1,000 per-
sons at the Miami Beach Commu-
nity Center last week.
Jay has been featured on the
stage, radio and television and last
year was awarded the title of Mr
Television, Jr.. of Miami by offi-
cials it station WTVJ and the Daily
News. He was also the winner, by
popular vote, of a talent contest
held over station WMBM.
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PAGE 6B < ln*ht>fk**££L FRIDAY. FEBHUAPV RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Greater Miami's Synagogue Directory Ever. OrCORAL OABLES JEWISH CENices at 8:30 p.m Subject of his J" %  A.udjth > !" <-!" >*\ ITS&STfcS TlVSl hold Fnday evening servmon is: Building Th.' Tben,acte. ices at 8:15 p.m Rabbi Morris Shop The Oneg S h abbat follo^.ng f.M will officiate and discuss: The Arbe sponsored b> Mrs. Racnae ue chitect Submits His Plans. The vin Saturday morning sen ice* are Oneg Shabbat following will be at 9 a.m. Junior ^'^' ll J\ sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Ham" 11 am. when the Rabbi aPlaskoff 6437 S\V 10th Street students of the Religiou> School Their son. Martin, will become Bar M.ncha to at 5:30 p m followed b> Mitzvah during Saturday morning Maariv and a dtocussion services at 9:45 a.m. Cantor Irving Weekly Portion. Robinson will render the musical of the BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Fridav evening senices at 8.15 p.m.. with Rabbi Max Shapiro portions of the liturgy. • • TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. dedicated to Hadas ciat.ng 1 he choir will as sah Sabbath Rabbi David Shapiro service under the Onetm %  will officiate and discuss: The Healnan, DonneM-a. Subject of Rabbi ing Of My People The Oneg ShabShapirosermon to: WtatNo bat following will be sponsored by Floral tiering will be b> Mr. and Hadavsah Cantor Joseph W Malek Mrs George Burney and Mr and and the Temple Choir, under the Mrs Irvtaj tor. Sa direction of Rev Mordechai Haal mornirB.^rAv,d : "jyibb 8 M S..-P1-. ConMrvatlr*. !JJ O !" •> ru *"*• firtho-lox. Sul-311 Wll Ave M V. Beth Shoiom Rabbi Leon Krenlab. BJih Tfi..h-itaM.1. .in-.-1'ti R % %  '•;; .„ On lodox, IIS BurtM Lva., %  C.*r.'.'c'.^.-R^bl Morri, M Downtown Synagogue '•' l \ 1 ,. ihodox, 11 i NW IW r\V< • FlaaVw-Granada—Revarend L*o Halm, cSnaarvatlva, M NW Hat Place, •ni. and Cantor Maunce Mamch,, offl,,, ^^'Zi 1??"*^ lit rial in the H ,i' leth ; M tml spring, Rabbi Harn arvaUva, 151 I<"> at 9 a in Ettlngar, rani 11 ''' h „ ,, Israelite Center — Rabl vallve, ?tth Ter Miami. Knet.th iti-aal-Kabb Abraham < •.. Orti odox, 1411 Bu< lw *\va, M.mi m ch' -Rat bl Inrliif Lahrmam. 1701 Wart Ava M B %  Rabbi Blmon i| Morton II sw Mishna Mincha is at 5:48 p.m., including a class in Jewish laws and customs. A class in Gemorrah to scheduled for Tuesday afternoon at 4:45 p.m. • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating and discussing: The Building Of The Sanctuary In The American Wilderness. Saturday morning services are at 10:45 a.m.. when the Bar Mitzvah of Daniel, ion of Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Kovnat, and William, son of Mr and Mrs. Sol S Pine, will take place. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. mZ will ch^nt tiTe musical por whe, uble Bar MMd MUmi Ht£i^ ***— tions of the liturgy Saturday mornM %  ** aft %  • ni ,.,,,,.. ,.,.. ,-,.,,ra g services are Bl 9 am., whei Shapiro will discuss the Mr and MrIn I "> l! Avenue, S. in Miami : Shapiro will Weekly Portion. TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH SIDE CENTER will hi Id I 15 and 8 3 with ; I will %  ... North Q.ide !" 5 p.m. North Shore I. M ...ill Bl. JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER \n...m ning services ^'" 1D e s ; n,, J; JXo^T'".: ^""T.?^ Subject of the Rabbi'sen %  8:15 pm. with Rabbi Harry Etf Ur ronaJrvaiive, The I Vs Tl liscussing ii u o i i rhe Heart CantorBen r '! er .T s s"\, Satin Grossberg will chanl the musical wt Mian .on.-.i waxman. morning .-eniceare at 9 portions of the liturgy, assisted by sw '•'" Bt the Center Choir The oneg Shabvounr. iraei —<>rth : <•),..-. %  MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND, bat following • sponsored by CONGREGATION will hold Friday j Mr. and MrLester Kahn Satur• %  services at 815 p.m. Guest Lj a y morning services are at 9 a.m. speaker will be Dr Jacob H Kap-' Ian. Saturday morning services are | TEMPLE SRAE L ol Miami will at 8:30 a.m. when Haiman Long.| h o d Frjf);iv evening scn -j ces at I Mr and MrBarry will become Bar Mitzvah. Goodwill Group Plan* Tag Day Here The first annual Tag Day of the Goodwill Group of Greater Miami will take place on February 9th. The campaign is under the chairmanship of Mrs Augusta Grossman, with Mrs, Martha • Peyatf) Mrs. Gertrude CovatT and Mrs. Lilian Shapiro IS to chairmen. Purpose of the one-day street solicitation in Greater Miami but-1 in< -areas ito Increase funds of i the organization for use in its local noil sectarian welfare work. \. \t Hoard meeting of the group will be held at the home ol Mrs. in Hi mil' I ovner, 21 Palermo, Coral Gables, OR Thursday, February llth. 12:30 p.m. Avi. Miami Bearh Zimorj Rabbi Max M. l-ai Conaervatlve, n Samara AM Coral Gal • Simon April will officiate r Berele Kelemer ren The mu.iical port.onof the liturgy. | A cla-in Mi-hna ischeduled for 4:30 p.m. Mincha and Shalos SeudOS will follow. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m., Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will officiate and preach on the topic: Israel And Egypt. Cantor Aaron Wi iniaiton will render the musical portionof the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m.. when the Rabbi will disToday's Offerings To God Junior servicearc at << a m., under the direction ol Benjamin Kaminetzky. Kiddush will follow served by the Sisterhood, with Mrs. Aaron Weingarten and Mrs A Bergman serving as hostesses Min cha iat 5:30 p.m., followed bj ShaleSeudos. Grand Rabbi Nahum Twirsky, ol Chelsea, Massachussets, will be gue-t speaker and also appear at a Malawi Malkl Star Chapter Plans Dance on Sunday Star Chapter. B'nai B'rith Young ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will Women, will hold a "heart throb hold services Friday at 8:30 p.m.. hop" dance at the Ixird Tarleton l ;'":!8 ,: i 5%m.' ,, wdh\\Vbbrj,.sV P rNarot' conducted by Rabbi Max M Land Hotel in the Jols.m Corner on SunRabb 'l officiating and d-.u-mg What !" Tbeie *' *? a spec.aMd day. February 7 h 9 p.m.. it has w,th| Shall Save The World — Love Or dush and blessing for the children, been announced by idering i j us jj ce Subject of the Rabbi's sermon will president Proceeds be: The Varieties Of Religious Ex B'rith projects. Bobbie Greene, are for B'nai MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. with Rabbi Boril Rackovsky officiating and discussing: Perspective. An Oneg Shabbat will follow. Leon Ell, president of Temple Beth Sholom, is scheduled aguest. He will speak on: A Layman Views The Bible. Early Frida> evening services are scheduled for 5:30 p.m Services Saturday morning will be at 9 a m ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m.. with late services scheduled for 8:15. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will officiate and preach on the topic Judaism In Tradition. Rev l antor Samuel Malavsky and his perience. An Oneg Shabbat will folIn cnargc 0 ( tr ,e Dance is fund low Early evening services are at | ra j s j ng chairman Selma Witte. Pub5:20 p.m.. conducted by Rev Ru-, | icj(v js arrange( | Dv Dottie Baldoll E. Bnli Services will begin m^ others in charBC of arra nge9 a.m.. Saturday. The Rabbi will nu n|s arc 1^, !" ,,,, Albert. Rhoda -peak on: Must Jews Walk Softly. S(crn p hy |i is R OS kin, Uah ShmuJunior congregation will hold sen( ,|, and Franci s Grosswald. ices at 11 a.m.. in the Maloff Room Mincha Is scheduled for 5 p.m., fo lowed by Maariv. Shalos Seudos and HEBREW ACADEMY will hold I-1 in.i.. evening serviceat 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning serviceare at it a in when Rabbi Alexander Gross will preach on the topic: Building 01 Tabernacle Mincha is at 5 p in followed b] Shalos Si u dos. Dail) services are at 7 30 a m family choir will render the must •""' "' ir> I 1 Sundaj servici cal portions nt the liturg) Satur scheduled for 8 a.m. ture on Jewish laws and customs jgiven by Rabbi Me-cheloff at 5:45 p.m. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5 and 8:30 p.m Rabbi Herman Cohen. Rabbi Emeritus of BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION will hold Frida) evening services at 5:45 p.m Saturday morning services are at 8 30 a m., day morning services are at 8:15. when Rabbi Malavsky will discuss scheduled for 8:30 p.m. Daily lee,hc Weekly Portion. Ian Waxier son of Mr. and MrRobert Waxier, will become Bar Mitzvah Mmcha is at 5:30 p.m., followed by when Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky wiU shalos Seudos. officiate and discuss i nit) At 1 4:15 pni., the Rabbi will -peak irti FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH the Weekly Portion. Mincha iat COMMUNITY CENTER will hold 4l45 pin. followed by SlialoSen Friday evening services at 8:15. dos and Maariv. Dail) service, are Temple Aaron, St. Paul. Minnesota, p.m.. with Rev Leo Heim official %  „, „ ,' will preach, with Cantor Philip|ing. Ephraim Gale, executive di t ollowe< *>y a class In Brummer rendering the musicalI rector of the Greater Miami Jewish portions of the laturgy. SaturdayI Community Center, will be guest morning services are at 9 a.m., speaker Subject ol his talk Iwhen Rabbi Cohen will discuss the scheduled as: Changing The Jew Weekly Portion. The Bar Mitzvoth jish Community Mere The Women's of Benjamin, son of Mrs. Vivien I Group will be hostat the l Keats, and Ira. son of Dr. and Mrs. J Shabbat following Saturday morn A. Albert Moser, will take place i ing services are at fi am., when during the service Daily serviceWilliam, son of Mr and Mrs. Mich are, in the chapel at 8 a.m. and ael Diamond, will become Bar Mitl 5:4^5 p.m. | vah. Builders of Immortal Memorials for the ITOrt x> MS3S8 Jewish Trade Look for the 2-Sto*y Whit* Building Thurmond Monument Co. MARKERS $40.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Opan Sundays Phone 4-3249 BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening service, at 5:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate and discuss: The God Who Made KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services arc at 8:30 a.m.. with Cantor Abraham Seif officiating: Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m Us And The Gods That We Make. • followed by Shalos Seudos Daily A class in Talmud is scheduled for services are at 8 a.m. and 5:30 p m 4:30 p.m Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos and a discussion on the Zohar. Cantor Nathan Zeichner will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Junior services are in Academy Hall at 10 a.m. • • • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold early Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Rabbi Alfred Waxinun will officiate during servNORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. with Rabbi Henry Okohca officiating. Cantor Maurice Ncu will render the musical portions of the liturgy, with the Adult and Junior Choirs assisting. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when the Bar Mitzvah of Sidney Gardner, son of Mr. and Mrs E. Gardner, will take place DAILY DOUBLE lit and 2nd Races Ttopravr AT TH! TRACK OP STARS MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB IXTRIMI SOUTH INO OP COLLINS AVI. OffTI. M,AMf> MOST COHVS. WCATJD 0QO ^ NO MINORS ALLOWED nothing to serve 'em When friends stop by? bake kosher muffins ... in the wink of an eye! 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PAGE 14 A *JeistncrkfcT_ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, American Notables... Old Mordecai: The Jew of 1804 %  •* %  "^* X W sri.mMi.ss, the expensive Kin By HARRY SIMONHOFF (Horry S.'.-nonhoff's column, constituting a series entitled, American Notables, is be.na published by ^*2^ os port of the tercenfenor, celebroi.on 0/ Jew.sh settlement ,n the United States.-The liitors.) Montgomerj was tho old Indii ^^SSl meaning r. ,' Mord. white setter of th. MtM now A bl %  third civ. Col Albert .Ian h< official historian of Alabami %  • old Morde* in •"' todian hul n Stronglv impresse I, Picket wrote a full 1 I tlie inter. I & '847. a "> ,n '' Montgomery Flag and A ThisartM maWt ja] ,., : ue Jewish adventurer and Indian trader, the first pioneer to plant cotton and set up a gin in Alabama. Born in 1755 in Pennsylvania of a Jewish father ana German mother. Abram MordV rved the Revolutionary cause for three years in the minor campaignof New Jersev and Delaware. In 1783 he settled in Georgia among the Cassuto Indians and traded merchandise for skins, furs, snakeroot. pinkroot. and other medicinal barks. Oil brewed bv Indian women from cracked hickory nuts was considered a delicacy by the Spanish who u*ed it with condiments. He sent as much a> 30 gal. ns I Go\ W omen of New Orleans, then under the rule of S| After the French and Spanish occupation ende.I. Mordecai moved to Alabama in 1789. Other newcoi several Tories who found life unc. in unsafe among the victi taring Dutchman came, awell as an English in had deserted and brought along his % % %  Milly became a favorite among the braves and ended up owning a house on the creek with many horses and < Pioneer Abram Mordecai got along quite well. Himules and ponies strapped with bundles on the -1 ps oi their saddles carrii d merchandise to and from Pensacola and Augusta B tats and canoes he used for the trad.to Mobile %  „nd New Orleans. In five years he was able to hire some Spanish deserters to build for him a house ol mortar in This kn enabled him to render great service ,es carried aw V by the ^lndan later known MKeotucky. James „„„,,, agenl .or Ind.an Affair-, en andm mWtcrod as the wh. upon them. With his agreeable rkable adroitness and knowlodg th. 1 ,„,.„,. he was able to ransom the wretched women and children who had ceased te hope His name appears often rnmenl reports and correspondence. First Cotton Gin With increased prosperity, Mordecai'a horizon widened. cotton gin invented by Eli Whitney he consulted the new agent for Indian Affairs. Col. Hawkins heartily approved installing the first cotton gin in Alabama, ins own jurisdiction. He advised setting up the gin hou-e at the juncture of two rivers so that Indian women could paddle their canoes full of cotton, to be exchanged lor the articles and provisions they needed. This embankmenl • the property of the Hickory Creek Indians, BO permission had to come from the chief. It was quite expensive in 1804 to bring Lyon and Arnold from Georgia to build and install the machine. But it all paid off when Mordecai was able to get in New Orleans for his ginned cotton 33 cents 1 pound, equivalent to about S2 in our While in the French city, he paid $400 for a fine boat. The world af Abram Mordecai suddenly crashed. One da) in 1805, sixteen braves with hickory poles surrounded the Spanish hacienda. Chief Towerculla (called ('apt. by th %  Whites) charged that two horses of the palethe young corn on red man's field. Mordecai offered to pay the damage, but the chief resented the white encroachment and struck him. Mordecai, being physical!) -iron, grabbed the Indian and was ready to throw him over the ravine when the braveoverpowered and heat him unmercifully with their staves. They cut oil one ear and left him for dead. When he regained eonBciousness, the expensive gin was destroyed, the v and all his cotton reduced to ashes. \\ ll)(lk for his powerful physique to recover, and 42 years Col. Picket! could still see the knots on hi, body A tile source informed the historian that the real'tainT the beating was an affair with a comely married sq ua The raid ruined Mordecai's economy set-up, and a ,aai it was not easy to make a fresh start. With the wj" 1812. English agents stirred up the Indians, and hi to Georgia, again enlisting for military duty. | n 1836M were assigned out west for the Creek nation, but Motdal in his eighties refused to follow his sons t<> \x\3A Piekett describes hnn at 92 as intelligent, pious, no) 4 T| out scholarship, his deep hazel eyes lighting up j n J lection of old occurrences. "Old Mordecai was heldj universal esteem, and the villagers did everything to ( his impoverished, lonely old age. Conflicting Estimates In 1851, Plckett's History of Alabama appeared. facts of Mordecai's career are substantially as in the |_ paper article written four years earlier. But the fon tone of respect and admiration gives way to disp_ ment. Instead of the intelligent, honest, active remark adroit pioneer, of well-formed forehead, hazel-eyed large, expressive mouth and body well-knit, frugal self denying, praying devoutly out of his Bible before L. ing breakfast, the first settler to plant and gin cotton] the State becomes a strange, darkeyed Jew amorous I disposition and married to a squaw darkened with blood of Ham. One cannot but feel that the historian I given more credence to malicious slander than to hist unbiased impressions. Notwithstanding the historian's later slurs, the goinery Evening Times reprinted in 1904 Picketfli article that appeared in 1847. A special editorial devs to Montgomery's Jewish founder comments: "No class] our citizen! have a better right to share in the pride 1 glory of Montgomery than those of whose faith the pk builder of remote times was an honored and useful type^ The appreciative editor advocated a monument on tsj courthouse square to the memory of "Old Mordecai-J noble Jew." Israel Will Call Egypt Before Security Council; British Angered with Seizures Continued from Page 1 A at length this week, expressed the .strong belief that the United States stood firm in support of the Security Council's 1951 resolution. Mr. Eban conferred for an hour and a quarter with Acting Undersecretary of State Robert Murphy on a number of questions involving the Middle East When he emerged from the State Department, he told reporters in reply to questions that "there will be developments soon" on Israel's Jordan River development project. Mr. Eban. who was accompanied to the meeting by Reuven Shiloah, Israel Minister, said that "we discussed various matters concerning the Middle East, notably the situation with respect to the Bnot Yaakov canal project. We exchanged views on future procedure in a very friendly spirit. "I raised a discussion of how the United States and Israel could conForm (iroup of Friends for Israel Continued from Page 1 A iness and labor UK Suggests Minority Study Be Made; Calls for Action Against Discrimination Cen Bennike s agreement to this vi At a press conference. Mr. Donostep b\ removing his ohicctmns to .*, ,. c %  -. ,i K %  u hue said the Society provides for the project by guaranteeing the rights of Arab landowners in the area. Wedding Reception Honors Movels A wedding reception in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah Moyel, both students at the University of Miami, was held Sunday afternoon at the Tides Hotel. Parents of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nathanson. 1216 Pennsylvania Avenue, welcomed parents of the groom. Mr. and Mrs Max Moyel. Norwich. Connecticut. Among dinner guests present were Jack and Etty Nathanson. Brooklyn, New York; Max and | Gladys Moyel. Norwich; Mrs. Am-1 old Williams and son. Mark. Brooklyn; Elliot Nathanson. U of M; Arthe first time a medium through which Americans of all faiths can give continuous and non-political expression to the friendship which exists between the two countries. It will engage, he said, in a variety of activities concerned with cultural and intellectual interchange between the peoples of the United Continued from Pag* 1 A languages." It also sugests that the International Labor Organization— the agency to carry out a study on discrimination in employment on behalf of the subcommission—likewise report on facts as they affect minorities. A third part of the resolution refers to two draft resolutions (entitled "interim measures to be takI out their proposals between and next year's session of the SdjJ commission, when t he group tfl decide in the light of the prelissifj ary work done which of the stoi should be pursued in 1955. States and Israel. The Society will I en for tne protection of minorities thur Moyel. Norwich; Mr and Mrs. tinue to work together toward the' I Goldberg. Norwich: Mr and Mrs. objective which they jointly upheld PWise, Philadelphia. Pennsylvain the Security Council in finding. ma. conditions to solve the problem .afi Other guests included Mr. and be supported by membership dues and voluntary contributions and will not engage in fund raising for other purposes. The Society. Mr. Donohue added, "has been brought into being by a group of American leaders of all faiths and in many lines of endeavor who believe that there is need for a non-sectarian, non-political all-American organization to work for the fullest interchange of ideas and cultural material between the oldest and youngest of the world's present-day democracies. We hope that it will help Americans to a new appreciation of the culture of feeting completion of the canal Mrs. H. Selcer. Miami; Mr. and Mrs. I ?, t encour age the people of project." he reported. I M. Freed, Brooklyn; Dr. B. Vaien-1 l a bettC1 understand Mr. Eban also disclosed the "re-' taijus, U of M; Mr. and Mrs. J. Seif. cent intensification" by Egypt of U of M; Mr. and Mrs. I). Feldman. its blockade of Israel-bound shipU of M; Mr. Larry Mitnick, U of M; ping at the Suez Canal and at the Mr. and Mrs S. Mitnick. Miami port of Eilat, Mr. Eban said. Mr. Beach; Mrs. L Kutrz. Miami Beach; Murphy was understood to have Mr and Mrs. E. Stone. Coral Gabassured Mr. Eban that the United les: and Mr and Mrs. I) Engelberg. States stood firm in support of Miami Beach. the Security Council's 1951 resolution against the Egyptian blockade. Later, Mr. Eban had a conference with Henry A. Byroade, Assistant Secretary of State for Middle East Affairs, with whom he discussed political and economic questions arising in the Middle Bast, including some of the issues he had previously gone over with Mr. Murphy. In another diplomatic move this Week, Premier Moshe Sharett wrote Maj. Gen. Vagn Bennike United Nations truce chief proposing meetings to resume discussion of Israel's hydroelectric propect at Bnot Yaakov. Israel halted work on the project pending the Security Council's urgent consideration of the Syrian complaint against the work in the demilitarized zone but now feels it is free to resume work in view of the failure of the Council to take action as a result of the Soviet veto of the majority resolution. Israel, however, wishes to secure ing of America and its way of life. The Society will seek to interpret the spiritual tradition and democratic heritage that binds the two nations together and to give added meaning to the unity of purpose that characterizes peoples freedom loving | and travel. The three and "effective measures for the protection of minorities") adopted by the subcommission at earlier sessions and now considered no longer adequate, and decides that the subcommission will consider these matters at a future session. The subcommission appointed three of its members to prepare proposals on the carrying out of three contemplated studies of discrimination. Hernan Santa Cruz of Chile was appointed to find the best procedure for investigating discrimination in the exercise of the political rights proclaimed in the Universal Declaration of Human' Rights. Judge Philip Halpern of the US was asked to consider means of investigating discrimination in religious practices Jose Ingles of the Philippines will be responsible for suggesting way* to study discrimination in emigration, immigration Tetley Is Favoi Tea A bou 1 Towi In excursions around visiting with Jewish housewiva] local grocery stores and t stations where Jewish la programs are broadcast, wh the subject turns to tea, the 1 tion is often asked: "What is 1 family's favorite and why?" It is understandable that varied opinions are given But ( of all the answers, one very 1 conclusion can be drawn, and I is that Tetley Tea is an out* ing favorite. Now. the reason! Tetley's popularity may be d*i| the fact that this famous brand I been used in Jewish homes generations — preference Pj down from mother to daughter On Ue other hand. howevw.M was found that grandmothers.] well as brides, use just about j same words in describing why I prefer Tetley Tea: "Such flavor Such fragrant aromijl rich color ... So consistent members will work' uniform in quality Arthur Godfrey (at speaker's rostrum) add ^" %  SSBSIBSBSSSSSSSBM"— % %  —— ness and Professional Division. Shown a. hTcTxabl^!!!? t !" 0 "^ 1 ^ 0penina dinner '• Combined Jewish ApH ness and Professional Division chairman^ Ca r f Weinkle Sff *??"*** M X Sha ^* Blank ***, 1 H *Mto* general campaign chairman. Jack. Brass and Rabbi W>h Nn \ d T £** Grea,er Miami > w h Federation. Aaron **JJ 001 Joseph Narot. Over 400 Division Worker, pledged to go over *• f the driT for $1,491,806.



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1frf ,v jTBFUAnY 5. 1954 g ic*u* nnrHian PAGE 5 A Ian Bart to Entertain at Testimonial; arres G. McDonald is Speaker ,...„ f Miami Bonch ',; ..,,„,! the three operaf" 1 ; 1 H.lelat a .,I i dinner in 'heir honor on fe 1 7th, 6:30 p.m.. in '; „ ,m ol the Hotel. \. o!,! Shapiro will atI %  '. the fr. -eMafion to hvc'i ''' %  ,r l < '" ffll fl1 ^ Li, K.' n for thPlf e^mmunrly ferric : rfforts in P n """'" ; I ,,,. m Miami Beach. lelman B. I. Binder is I charge of the commitCbci i,lc ,rio for thci f de loteil I r '' ieI n it, id. ;. special plaque I he occasion will'be preirioby .lames G McDonfed this country's first Ambassador I,, |-n : mcl presently a member of i i Governor! of the | el Bond Organization. C,,.,, tions to the event may be ing committee headL ..,:, ,7 or sisiting 1622 Colin. \ Miami Beach. Binder I ervationi be made at [ %  moment "bammi %  >' %  I." All %  esti and representa"1 Ion Sort pves • • ci\ii community and buslint.ss associations are expected to |participjte in the event. The well known singer and enItainer. Jan Bart, will be present land entertain guests. David R. Il'chil! pr minent Denver business %  executive and leader in Jewish I activities, will be one of [the principal guests. L'chill member of the Board j "' Govi : df the American Fi-1 I Development Corpora[•ion i ; rael, has gained wide lion for his tireless efforts I'M l hall of the new State. group of 27 leading figlures in American life who made an inspection trip through European UUsplac.d persons' camps in 1947, 'urned to this country dedevote himself to the of the Jewish victims of ty[ rann) and oppression. I; ting his important business int< rests to a secondary position he tlung himself into the task w organizing practical support in 'hicountry for the state of Israel, B.nder explained. Siyum Hatorah At Tifereth Israel A Siyum Hatorah will take place j Tifereth Israel Northsfde Center, 6500 North Miami Avenue, on aunday, Kebruary 7th. 8:30 p.m. The new Scroll is being donated y N. Jay Kincke, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Lerner and Mr. and Mrs. J Berke, in memory of their Parents, Abraham apd Guasie rincke. and sister, Betty F. Kromberg. Participating in the ceremonies on Sunday will be Rabbi Louis A. *l. spiritual leader. Rabbi Hen r > Okohca, of the North Dade Jew's" Center, and Cantor Albert dantz who will render vocal selections Jack Berke, president of the Cen" ar "'<>ne of the donors, will pre nt the Scroll in behalf of the wnors. ceorge Weiabaum. charter President, will accept the Scroll in *half of the congregation. orv re c l p, '" n in honor of th <" donl0 *'n s fhe ceremon, Rabbi Mescheloff to Edit Sermon Manual Section on Exodus Rihbi MOSM Htaebi (off, spiritual leader of Congregation Beth .la cob. this week accepted the invita tion of the Publications Committee of th" Rabbinical Council of Am> r ica ti i one of its co-edM i The RabU will edit one of fhe five Biblical >f the 1951 Sermon Manual to appear thi! Contribution'"^ frw nr,i,-.ial sermon manual come from e\ ery state of the Union and from England and Africa where memberof the Bab binical Council of America OCC pulpits of traditional Jewish congregations. The RCA Sermon Manual ha-, been published annually for the past ten years and has been consistently over-subscribed. Rabbi Mescheloff's appointment comes a j a result of having had his contribu tions selected for inclusion among the best sermons of the year in every issue of the manual The Rabbi will edit the Book of F.xodus, including sermons of his own together with those of his colleagues in the RCA, the largest Rabbinic organization in the country. The Soirfh's Cuv.-.and.na. Jewish Camp for Beys and Oir\t CAMP CARLYLE HENDERSONVILLE. N.C. In the heart of vaeaticnland. WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA DIRECTOR — WINTON L. MOELLER Principal. Woodward Hioh School. Ginc.nnati. Ohio Educational, tocial and recreational atiTvities — supervised by trained 'ndf'i. HoraeOack nding. water sport*, golf initruction. Modern c.ibint Doctor and ruirse on premises. OWNEA: Mrs. tM Arnitd. 853 Mendiasi AYS., Miami Beach PS. 594359 •* 5-?374 Miami Representatives: Mrs. A. A. 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piDA Y. FEBRUARY 5, 1954 *JmistncriaHar? PAGE 11 A (hows at Grossinger Low Unveiling toOSSlNGERCala ice show> Ihl.ch, the skating act.vUie* Ksaturdaj afternoon on think at Hi'' ';i"^'ng' r Country Bub Tin' resort'8 winter sports t,f'i> augmented by nationally[ I „rmer Oiym%  diainpion Irving tivitiea director Abe Stoke) •' %  %  ''"' productions, acr mncements here. forth Dade Dance Set [ Sl t ,,ih I of the North Dade ^i,h i enter will hold a Valen], on Sunday evening. fbruan 4th, at 8:30 p.m. lepper Unveiling I The dedication of a monument i the memory of the late Celia tpper. formerly of 2531 SW 15th reet. will take place Sunday, Feb. at 2 p ni at Mt Nebo Cemetery Ith Rabbi Mux Shapiro officiat|> Mrs Tipper is survived by a •liter Mrs Florence Bain and fs,.n Herman Tepper, both of Mi ] enta are in charge %  Primer'.* Miami Monument ComLrv Friendand relatives are I. I The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Helen Low, formerly of 2200 SW nth Terrace, will take place Sunday, Pen 7th at 1:30 p.m. on Mt Nebo Cent etary with Rabbi Morris Skop offlciating. Mrs. Low is survived by her husband Samuel: three tons, Paul and Jack of Miami and Alan of Philadelphia; two daughters, Lillian Zane of Miami Beach and Kuth Conweiser of New York; alao I brother Samuel Schmeinoff and | sister, Mrs Jack Leaaner of Philadelphia and four grandchildren. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Lachs Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Osias Lachs. formerly .of 1620 SW 4th Street, will take place Sunday, Fen. 7th at 12 noon on the Beth Tfilah Section of the Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky officiating. Mr. Lachs is survived by a son Louis and a' daughter. Mrs Rose Bcrkowitz; also two grandchildren. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Youthful captains in the Community Chest drive, Rose Schwam (left) and Marilyn Wininger (right) report totals which pushed Miami Silver^Bluff's district over the top in its fund raising to Mrs. M. Lester Saal, director of the Miami Southern District. Obituaries CERTX.DE SHAPIRO • ', Avrnm p -• I I %  \ : \ .1 I %  i ion, IIin > i lilnj ai the M ami men! on tlM BtaJ ARTHUR MARCOLIS Hi Terrac*. dleil >< .il hospluu I !• [turvixr I l>> %  '•'. Am.mil.i l.cr January 2*ih Ht the with ini.i ini-iii on ^uitt hi I %  i'i >. CARL WERTHEIMER ; of let) WYKI \..nui-. A rvl %  • d nhiilrnalo meal dln%  had :.in a winter rcln ft • %  %  NVw Vorh fur 22 years. He i member nl Miami Beach AmerI n Survivors Include -l."tiT-. MrHnrenre llrauniteln MrElsie Krellshelmer. both ol i l'iither. Sejrvlcea I hilei were In New York, with eh llemoi .i • li.iiiel In charge of si urtngtmi nta, ANNE FRIEDMAN of .1.. Ninth Merlillan Avenue, Jw u> '-'Tih She came from kwark. New Jersey, 20 years ago. r> % %  > • %  %  two sisters and two Mheri T: I ;ledmnn, Itn shore (lolf < '• %  in -.. %  It. %  %  %  %  in Newark for servI • % %  %  In I leach Memopi \ATMAN KLEIN \\ .line. lll.'il '•!! !7ttl l"-<.. Ii M.-J n chiirge or arFLORENCE MEYER Miami Beai h, she eaim fi ona IT years ago \ James H Noi : later. Ben M. nt#rtnenl in i he i' irk it..*'..-. -I. -im HYMAN KRIF.GEL vvenue, died ••" 1 Mi,in, i I:. ... 'i f ,. harga of arrangeGE0HGE KLEIN ., Uenua, illrd on I inth Beach Ho.. .ii charge of .ii. ESTHER FEDER in Avenue, died smI Hellman Kunrral I of local ainiiige,. MAX 2IFRIN id t\V. "' *"• %  ••'. Miami Baa. Ii „.... larj .'•ith. Hellman BESSIE GOLDSTEIN S8, • •! "iTi" s\\ iih Hlreet, died Jamiitb .<' if res dem • She \ u .a b) hi i liuband, Hyn an; two •...II-. \\iii, i and 11 inli I; one 'i .tighter, t&atellc Chli'kansk> one Hollow: mid a brother, Benj^,nun Rosa harvlcea -i • %  on Bunda) ni the Miami Riverside, with Interment "ii Mount Nebo Cemetery'' NONA COOPER it, of 7",L'II N\V 27th Avenue, died .liiiiu.tiv 2".th She came from .l.ivalo. Kansas', and had been n Miami re.-i dent seven years. She Is survived b) her husliand, Vandy; a son. Vamlvk Jr.: two daughters. Mrs. Kdlth l..iputfea and 'Mr* Virginia Merrill: and a grandson, all of Miami Services were on January tttn at the Miami Riverside, with Interment in Hagler Memorial Park. SAMUEL DIAMOND of 741 l.'.th Street, dleil January 28th. A retired tailor, he came from New York eight years ago. He Is survived by his wife, Fanny, two daughters. Mrs. Sylvia Schol. Jackson. Mlsslasliml, and Mrs. Marcella Hosenthal. New York: a son. dene. Martlnsberg, West Virginia: and a brother Services and burial were In New York, with Miami Bench Riverside In charge of local arrangements. MORRIS RICHARDS 6.">, of 1440 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, died Januaiy :ilh Miami Beach Riverside was In charge of arrangements. DR. FREDERICK FISHER .',. of r.!2". IJI I'.orce Drive, died January i"-' He came from Richmond, Virginia, and practiced optometri hare <•" the past _'" rears. He is surv Ived bj liiwife, Helen; %  •! |Ughter, Mrs Bda ird /• In, Des Molm -. lows i.i, Mrs Edward Broldy, Miami iind three grandchildren Berv. re "ii Tuesdaj at (lordon Miami ii. u ii Chapel, with Intel menl In VVoodlaw n Mausoleum HARRY ROSEN ..-. of I Ml Lenos v< nue died rebru;n> |at, A launderette operator, he ,;,,,,. here from Nea Tort 14 >•" %  ura ii.Is survived i.> his wife, Ous II • %  !.. : Mi Ida Rosen, Miami ii, H h. i. brother and two M-i.rWere In Miami I'-ein ii Rlvei ld< ..II Februai | hid, with .Interment mi Mount Nebo Cemetery. MUera ll.r.-, I II..11 I WANT MY MILK n charge of ar| |fAnn I I'Mlen [ SAM JACKSON N I. Avenue, died Janu| lii.nie He came here 2H ""in New York. Siii-vivors Ida five dniiKhters, \'ea Haven, Cen\ ," H .i and Mis.gllelle nil Mrs. 1 Ml HtrlcUer, Pas He alao leaves plKlit • ven araat grandivere Krldav In i i"i with Interment •II Park, 9 <* l t :* R ?i l VN COLLINS I ngton Avenue, died Ii ri< i, -li'' came from New k "I owned a shop k. Surviving are her -v i '.V •' ""V A ">' r New V and two" sisters. hi Miami Beach Itlvert %  'i Mount N.1.0 CamI %  $A f."flPOLAKOFF |nuri ;,',;"',"" Avenue, died on F ""'s Miami Beach ""Mi,,,,, 1 '" 1 "M In charge of y 2l htu I """". died Janu'• siting In Pittsburgh. ,V" Ii 1,1 .I" ""-vloesand burV k h "I* year. '"""• '" Miami ilghteiW" 1 U %  UrvlV 1 s. Mr Hii.r, v Mr •** Harris ,7> lea?,, M .">lman. New To. *" tt "' PltUbur, 0 am !" T York nd F L S ft I. A DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk •7411k Product!" Bn Fi oto c te d TEL. t-t**i Greater Miami Dalirary Ttart Our Ter at Baj at Bird Rd. Millstone Graduates Burns Millstone has graduated from the University of Miami School (.f Music. He attended Sol dan Hinh School in St. Louis and is a member of the Florida National Guard. Mr. Millstone is the Mm oi Mr, and Mn Paul Millstone 152 N\V 43rd Place. Mark Anniversary Dr. and Mrs. Seymour M. Blumenthal will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary at an open house for their family and friends on Sunday afternoon, at 2445 SW 23rd Avenue. elov<*< Makes Hid For E5Ml<*<*.ioii \V. I). Bill" Joyce. Dade County Purchasing Agent, filed this week as a Democratic candidate to succeed himself for a four year term in the Democratic Primary in May. Having been elected five times by the voters of Dade County, his platform will be to continue to buy from local merchants and manufacturers on a fair competitive basis, to buy more for the tax dol1 lars, rigid economy and coopera1 tion with all county departments. B'nai BVith Girls Help Push Chest Drive Over Top Youth groups of the B'nai B'rith were credited this week with helping push District 26 of the,Community Chest's Miami Southern Region over the top in its. neighborhood solicitation. Mrs. M. ,Lester Saal, 2245 SW 25th Terrace, director of the Miami Silver Bluff district, reported her area went over the top of its goal because of after-school work by two girls' clubs from Miami Senior 1 High School. The group was one of the first 10 districts to make its goal. There are 47 districts in the drive. Rose Schwam, captain of Section | G, worked with 4 BG girls in toping her goal. The group of youthful Red Feather volunteers included Barbara Wolfson, Renee Lewis, Selma Aron. Babs Vineur Phoebe Gordon. Karen Yoss, Rita Kirshner, Audrey Bell. Marilyn Burke, Marcia Brown. Barbara Foosaner. Bari bara Gritz. Linda Eichel and'Doroi thy Singer. Section F. headed by captn'i I Marilyn Wininger. went over with j the following members of the HilI lei Girls: Sandra Coodi ich. Sandra Green, Hope Cohen. Marion Felt, i Marlene Weiss, Bobby Arner. Betsy Siegel, .loan Bierman. Kdie Prague, Louise Kassin. .Judy Lewis, Rewona Caldwell. Janis Bloch, Linda Harman. Rena Hapstcin. Naomi Shapiro, Bonnie Mooney and Frankie Berman. a bean is just a bean until it's baked... then it's a "mechaya' That's why Heinz Kosher Vegetarian Beans are the favorite food of Jewish families from Coast to Coast. For Heinz bakes beans ... bakes them in hot, dry ovens till they are mellow and have a nut-like flavor. Buy a can today. Strictly Kosher! Strictly parevel Strictly Vegetarian! • HEINZ KOSHER BAKED BEANS gven-Baked BEANS N TOMATO SAU<: £ b is. seal of approval of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA is on the label. •



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ta! Mayors Proclaim Heart Month; itv Solicitation Slated February 14th PAGE 7B *T U %  Warren said, "to win this tight against our Number One killer ne-rt disease, that takes a greater toil of American lives every year than ail other diseases combined LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS •vT.n.-i, NAM E LAW Nl 'I Ic K |.s ,,,.,;,..,,>• QIVKN lint "• Ir.ng to engage ta i u idei the ri. tltloui ni ";i N.W Mth Street Sprlnga. Fa.. Intend! ,,, reala," •""• %  vlth the Clerk of "he 1 utltl ..f Hade Cnuiin, H..iite,, AEIUITJO, CORPoRATlO." w'-HAKtir^te *V* '•"••i Lincoln ic*.,, LH-21 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE \ %  Carol Ann. theme girl of the 1954 Heart Fund Campaign. Mayor Abe Aronovitz over as she accepts his contribute) the drive for heart research funds. At right is Carol is mother, Mrs. Sally Horlacher. The child, now 25 months became the youngest baby to undergo heart surgery in \ area when she was 19 months old. Ith ;nc\ mayors proclaiming I %  Hi. •' Month and Feb14th ..Heart Sunday, the Irampaign for heart research iofJ in an auspicious start, ding In word from Fuller IB, general chairman of the feign prly lO.noo volunteer workers u-cil f'-r the big Valentine's ilywiitc door todoor soliOther volunteen will [among business and profes| groups to attain the goal of Albert Bernard, co-ohairin charee of volunteers, said n confident that the goal be attained. From all indi• we ought to n<> over the hoe laid. "People realize the ftj incidence of heart trouble. County alone, more than person.have some form of [ailment thai only continuing p will help '• Bernard said that most of fnii, collected will go into rei projects right here at home, tudiea pi the causes eatmenl ol heart trouble MBit the University of Miami il School National Children's K Hospital, Mount Sinai HosI" Hi irt In-titute. Jack pmorial Hospital and othei,1 '""" S w, Heart Association pres.,tent and ardent worker in the Heart Fund drive, stated that one of the purposes of the fund campaign is that of education "We want to help people understand heart ailments and to know more about their hearts. Today, hearts are being saved because heart research is making new dtl coveries and also because people are beginning to know the hopeful facts about hearts." He pointed out that some forms of heart disease can be prevented, a few can be cured and that all heart cases can be cared for best if diagnosed early. He also said that almost every heart condition can be helped by proper treatment. Warren urged volunteer workers in the campaign to reach every family in the area assigned. Let's give every family an opportunity." LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION % OR TAX DEED File 51429 .\otl.e | berebj given thai julea i i ; i'im.ni. holdei ol Cltj of Miami Tax Hale Certificate Numbered :.-. dated %  •• '"' 'i y oi June, .\ 11 i'..-,] baa • ate in my office, and ade application for tax deed to th law g tertlflcate embrace* the followins described property, seated in i'.ol. County, Florida, to-wlt: Lot IS, Lea; Weal 15 feet, Block < layti ii Helghta Plal Hook -.-I |M i" the Clt) of Miami Count) of Dade, btate of Florida. i he assessment of aald propei t\ un'< % %  • 'I" Certll ite laaued was in the ul I'nknown. I'nleas saM tinea te shall be redeemed according to law i.,x |'. ,| !•: B LBATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court, I lade Count) Florida B) N C, 8TERRETT. D.C, • I ll t Seal %  14 | ;, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE tLEVfeNTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF % LORIDA I'm AND ruR DADd COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. lfceuJo iiln-.sSA HOI.I.I.MI, I'laini*.. V*. AltTIl, it ROLLTND, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Aitiiui Rolllnd | .• Dei .ii i NII, i f • Buunann, Ueorgia l o i are uereo) notified that %  H.II of i ompJalnl for I Mvoree baa been igainsi you, anu you are retiun "" '" aerve a copj ol our Anawei oi i-ieadina to the mil ol I u i on '.WK1flr-|;i;i. i Me. E. B LBATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. I MM urn \, r ii II ma Bl WM W. STU'KIXl], (Circuit court Beall n.|mh Cierk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW MiTH'i: is HEREBY ulVEN thai the un ". %  • .'i-.i. 'i. Irlna to ensaate lo IIIIKIII. s.. unuer the tlctltloua name ol HECTOR'H BAR, al I-l N.l lal Avenue, Miami. Intenda lo reartatei raid name w Ith the <',. i k of the Circuit Court "f Dade County, Florida KAI.I'II ST. JOHN Ki:ssi,i:it \i: .\i:s Ait. me) s for Applicant I7SL' U Flats In SI I ft I 1-11-19 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE F.LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 165969 AI'DREV II. SHCTTKKi.v plaintiff NEVILLE M BHLTTERLY, I ipfendanl NOTICE TO APPEAR To Ni i II.M. S Hltterly, c o lenentl l lelH i i South port, North Carolina You i %  hereby notified thai %  Bill of i 'omplalnl for I %  %  i % % %  en filed attain HI you, and yon are required to aervi a i DP) -I DUI (nawei oi other pleading to the Bill of Complaint on I I.I %  till attorney, SHELDON N. II Mill K. 70J Be) I B llldlna, Miami ::L'. Florida, and file the orlklnal >n or plea *i t'u'Ufliv of i he i 'l.i k ..f the Clrcull Court f..i i lade > 'ountj. Iorlda, .ri dr he fore the Ith da) of March, 1954-; othetwlfe, the al eratlona of the B il ol • 'omplalnl \^ ill ae tfl kt n aa eon DATED thla Ul day of January. IV I C B LBATHERMAN, clerk of the Clrcull Court B) Wit. W BTOCKINO, Deput) Clerk I -i' 19-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HBRERY HIVKX thai the iiiul. i niitneil, dealrintr to ene.i*:e in liiiHlness under the fU-titloUM name of APPLIANCE CENTER, at llMn W. naclei Btreat, MlamL lntend to refffater s.ilil name with the Clerk of the en,nit Court of Dude County, Florida. WASHER MART, INC. MYKIts', HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorney! for Applicant .;.-,ii Heybold MldK. I lt-t> — -' '5-1 -' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the ini'i. i siKiie.t. dealrlnc to enaraatv i" bualneaa under the flctltloua name of SYDNEY BEAUTY SUPPLY CO., at I.. Colllna Avenue, Intenda to reguitei s.li.l name With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, FioHda. SYDNEY BOBELSON A. J. KAPLAN ne) for Applicant Lincoln ft t Compare t ^ -fAMOUS • YOUR INCOME TAX 1 PREPARED | f! CORRECTLY J £ rtv MARQUA FEDERAL TAX CONSULTANT MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART 7906 N.W. 7th AVE. PHONE 7-0563 Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. E SIN Ma* 2 7 o Interest on Regular Savings Accounts ON BALANCES UP TO '25,00000 Compare with an^ othci bcaw* CompoundefJ Semi-annually • Payable June 1st and Dec. 1st SAVINGS INSURED UP TO 10.000.00 Complete Commercial Banking Services DRIVE IN TELLERS RANK RY MAIL PAN AMERICAN BANK OF MIAMI S i Ut SI il 3rd IVI PROM 2 5461 i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN thai lei akjned, deal] Ina to enaa bualneaa under the flctitlotii name ol I.I CK1 l.i.i. u.x.si u. ... ,,,:„, Bonlta Miami Ueai n, Intenda t" raa latet l-.llil n. HOC With |||,. Clerk of tile Clruull Court of Dane i ounty, Florida I.I.I i.sAitn I.I-.I; itAt.M.i:. Sole Iwner SOMHER, PRANK A WESTON Attoi ne) for Applicant i Lincoln itoa't t i-lt-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the underalgned, deauing to encase In bualneaa under the flc-l iloua name 0) INTERNATIONAL I N 8 I It A N C i: Al IE.Ni V. at 1-.:'.. Blai a) ne Blvd., N. Miami, l-'la.. Intend to reatater aald name with the I lerk of the Circuit Court ..f Dade County, Florida. S ARMISTEAI) JONES BWIOHT I. MILLAR, .III. VONZAMvT .v KRAV1TZ Attorneya for AppUcanta 1512 Security BulUlinK IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 165368 I'M MM: PIUERER, Plaintiff, v.*. DANIEL K1DERER, I i.fendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: DANIEL f IDERER, • i Canal Street, New York, N v V'll ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, thai a inn of Complaint for Divorce haa bean flked .iitnin.-i you, and you are reajulrad to aerve a oop) of your Anawer on the t.tairillff'n attorney, EMANt'EL SPONDBR, 511 Lincoln lto.nl, Mi.tmi Beach, Florida, and file the "liicloal Answer-In the ..ffl.e ..f ihe Clerk of the Clrcull Court, on or before the Ji;th .lay of kebruury, IS.'.t. or the alleKatlonn of ^.il.l Hill of Complaint will be taken aa ooRfeaaed. DONE AND ORDERED, at Miami, Florida, thin 17th dav of January, 1(54. K Ii LEATHBRMAN, Cleik. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida By V" H Marl # Altl:\, I ie|iu|y Clerk 1/29 — I/S-1I-19 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE HTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 16S6S1 OWBNDOLYN DAVIE8 BTORCH, l'laintiff. va. %¡ ERALD OLENN BTORCH, l ktfendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: UERALD OLENN SToHcit 7ir.ii Hi in Hoad Indian Hill. Cincinnati. Ohio You aie herein notified that a Bill of i'omplaml for DiVOrOe has l>. .n fi.-iii aaalnaf you, and you are here* by required to aerve a cop) of youi Anawer to the mil of Complaint on PialntlfTi an..: n.% ami file the original Answer In the offfaM of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or In-fore the 22ml daj of Fabruary, I9M: otherwiae, the auecationa ..r satii Hill of Com plalni will intaken an oonfeaaad aaalnal you, Dated this loth day of January, KM i: B LBATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court By: It II RICE, .III (eal) Deputy Clerk is.all OEORflE .1 TALIANOrr", ESQ. Aiioin.-v for l'laintiff 110 Lincoln Road, .Miami Beach, Fla. I 22-S9 —2 a-IJ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underaiKiied, desiring to i-iiKaK. ID biiNiiieaH under the fictitious name of FLO-BELLE APT8.. at (Ml-9221 Kaal Ba) Harbor Drive. Hay Harbor IHI.HI. I, Horlda, Intend lo rexlster the aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. WILLIAM POLLOCK HERMAN LL'DWIU l/2 — 2/".-l2-l!i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the underalKnedr, dea rlna to .nmm. in l.n.sin.v.. under the rirtltloua name "' %  1^ PAJWA BESTACRANT ANU SANDWICH Mini', al 7;' IV. F^agier St., Intends tu regiatei aald Dame a the ci.-rk ..I the i in nil Court ••: Itadd County, Florida Jl isi: FHONTONILLA l/22-tl — L' :.-1L' IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 18334 In Re: Bat of SOPHIE RAHLNOWITZ, also know .is SOPHIE MEYERSON, %  Is,, know as SOPHIE METRISON, I '*-r,A^y |, CITATION THE t-TATK OF H.tmiHA: Tu ABRAM MEYBROOSS, and to his wife, his i hil'lr. n and gramlchililren. arhoae II. un.and realdencea %  '..unkn.,wn. to JOSEPH DENSTEIN, lii.s.. reaidence is unknown; to the children and grandchildren of CELIB OENSTEIN, I ci-ci. arhoae na and reafdi n e* .< i e unknow n; to widow .,: JACOB MEYBROOSS, I'.-i eaaed, and to the chlldn n an I grandchildren of JACOB MEYBROOSS, Deceased, afhoae namea and realdencea are unknown, to the wldi MEYBROOSS, Deceaned, and to the chlldn n a. ,i grandchildren of ELI M r:v ERi : %  IKS, I lereaaed, how %  and realdencei are unknown, and to tiea known anil unknown claiming by, through ..i under any ..f the, above tnd to all pen* u claiming anj and to ii,.. eatate of the .<• dei ed< m ai pi o\ Ided In Parai Ninth, fa), (In. ni ami i.li. ol li-r' laat will and Teatament, and oi the unknown he ra, devlaeea and claiming, or entitled i" %  undi i i. I-I VVIII and Testament of the above named d< ... lent, ami to all other peraona con%  V"|ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai an Order haa been entered in the above eatate, dect eeina i ha l the pre•umotlon ..f your death haa been eatabll i and Ihal you or tns i--: aon in your behalf, if you are all*' I --11 J r i ed to pi oduce within d monthi from the date of the fir-i p ib• II Citation, before thla Court, aatlafacton ei dence "f your in life ^'.,l| .!• e ||,-. Ic. further notified thai an Order has been • ntered herein ii under the provlslona ol Paragraph Ninth, la i. ib), (c), (d), and (el the Laat will and Testament of the above decedent, that the remainder of this aatate will ba dtetrlbuti charities i i b. -.1., ted by the Executor. a.~ provided In s,,i,i will, and that If aatlefactory evidence of your continuance In life la not produced within s.i irt three i:;) months, an Order will be entered herein finding and adjudicating the charities who are entitled to receive such iio|iert> and the shaieand amounts which thev re-|... lively are entitled t.. •., re Should you fall herein. Decree! Will be entered in due coui ac WITNESS my hand and seal of aald Court, at Miami. Hade County. Florida, this tsth day of January. IHI s W. y BLANTON, Countv Judge flEOROE CHERTKOP •'."7-11 Olympla HuildinK .Miami. Florida Rhtecutor for above estate. I .".! NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lh.it the underalgned, desiring o enguaa In bualneaa undei the flctltloua nan f Ll'NCH BOX, at 71, N.E -ml Av< .Miami, Intenda t gl let i >i nam< with ib. Clerk of the circuit Court ..f l ..oi. i 'ounl v. Ilot li:\\K i (IRL'DZIEN KESKLER A. :Alts At toi tie) for Appllcant st 12-19 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vJenisti flcridUan solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates %  Phone 2-4366 for messenger service IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 29634-B RE: ESTATE I >!• NELLIE s I'lil'I.SuN NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereb] given thai 1 have filed in^ final report and petition for Final Discharge aAdministratrix of the eatate ..f NELLIE s POt'LKON. i and thai on the Mth daj of I-. or ...: j 1554, 111 appl) t.. th. Honorable PRANK H IMIWI.IN'I;. County Judge •! Dade County, Florida, for approval of aald final report and for final discharge aa Admlnlatrati %  of t.. Eatati .•! M-.i.l.ll-: s POL'LSON, ,1. .. -e|| This Itth day Of January, i:i.l ALICE B THARP, Admlnlat ratlin MYERS, HE1MAN a K I PLAN Att.. i ii. | rot Admlniati atrlx I -"• t S-1J-IS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that gned, desiring to enj n bualneaa undei thi ficl I iua n i (i K. ELBXTRIC CO., al 1011 N.W. S7th Court. Hlaleah Pla., nl end to regiatei aald name with the Clerk of thi II cull • '"in i oi i lade Count), Floi i.i.. ALFRED It OVERTHROW LACRENCK \\ KELLEY Role Owners HOMER I. M.M'.iiiW ie) for Appllcanta Ha l^wgford Brag %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Si ITICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thnt Ii of "DEBR \ LYNN sib IP' al I, Miami IVai h, Plot Ida. tn%  il bla w ii.1.1 \\l POX JR i iwner EDWARD H REf\H'K • I i 11,.i, Lynn Shop" a %  IL' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY IIIVKN that the undersigned, deal ngagi in under the name ..f •THE SW l-:.\ IT:I: MAR l-A ntenda lo i with the Clei k ol the Clrctllt %  !oui li.i.i. County, Florida, WILLIAM POX JR Bole owner El IW \HI s RBSNICK Vttorney for "The Sweatel Mart" %  — 2/5-12


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PAGE 8 B -JenistncrMton LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Notice it haraby given that a special election will be held in the City of North Miami Beach. Florida, from 7 o'clock A.M. until 7 o clock P.M. on 1 Monday, February 15. 1*4 for the purpose. SHALL THE PROPOSED REVISED CHARTER OF THE CITY OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH. PREPARED BV THE CHARTER REVISION BOARD PURSUANT TO THE STATUTES OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA NOW IN EXISTENCE. TO WIT CHAPTER 166 OF THE FLOR IDA STATUTES. WHICH CHARTER REVISES THE PRESENT CHARTER OF THE CITY OF NORTH MIAM: BEACH AND PROVIDES FOR THE, JURISDICTION AND POWERS OF; SAID CITY, BE APPROVED AND ADOPTED OR DISAPPROVED AND NOT ADOPTED. PROPOSED REVISED CHARTER FOR THE CITY OF NORTH MIAVl BEACH. DADE COUNTY. FLOR:DA ARTICLE I INCORPORATION FORM OF GOVERNMENT — POWER5 Section IXCUK.Pi H i pi >KM '•-•;'. !•• iWERS i :•" CITY Section 1 INCORPORATON Don limits now esi j.l .vi.o-. • %  • .-. i\ mini : %  • ciTi "r M i. • I .... .. L the Soul seclil '. S ;an_. if Sevll n..-:.-: -• • %  \VBStl | the Soul .. %  %  SoUtl .. %  the XS %  %  %  .'. • : I % %  • ...... Thence Xorthi • lini -•••.'•:• %  r thl %  %  %  %  .. lini • • %  %  %  %  • %  %  •••>::. • • %  i. Tin • N the • %  f the X '•'• i %  %  W %  ••%  .. %  %  %  • -.tii f the i %  .-• %  : i: Wesi % %  -.' %  -st lin. of the K f the NE", of Sei !:• i :•-.' ith inn"i i v. %  lon| linn 7-.12! and thi So ith lini : Si I on 12• to the Wesi I ne ol the KK'. • • II KWfe '.i 8e tton I2-5Jn. %  ei %  .X< t'.:,.|j aloi a, the .Vest line to the North line of the K>, ..i thi SW • -. %  lion 12-52Thei • I.,< Btel i> along ... i>l h line am xoi th line "I the su-, i the SB'. • S< lion 12-52II to the Weal : the S's o( the N'K>, ..( the SK ; -• tlon 12-13 %  %  %  Sol ih.-rId Wi line to thi %  •, • %  :.-.,,the NK', f the SK'4 %  II I Norl .ri-lo thi Weal I Heel long the ••.-•' 12 to thi %  of thi •' %  ol • %  %  .% %  e to I • f thi %  • %  %  the a f the SW>, .'•-.'-. %  rig said %  of the %  II >' Of the %  I : it hi rig .. of the -• Hi %  i 12 Thence i Ninth lini • f thi %  of thi E -• on 7-52-42; ; Ram to thi So • h line % %  < Sei tlon iThi n •I"...--. %  • v along th.ne of Sectloi i-' and Sei lion 17!-42 to the Easl hi NKi, .,f the N:, r>f Section --•-'-I-' 1 en • Southerly along %  aid Kasl e to thi Kortb line of thi SMi '.i Hectlon K.-.' i hi m •• K.i sterl) along said "•'"i lh line lo the w. ||| ( ,),"f the N\V, ..f the NK', ..f -• tlon 17-52-42: Thi ni • Northerly long 'aid Weal line and continuing long thi H %  ol ill. SK'j ..l • he SW ', nf the BE', ..t hV i: to the South line ol the \v\ '. of the .-'"', of ti,.si-:', „t Sei tlon -52. IS; Thi nci W< sterl) ilong said South line t.. ih.Weil ne of the si."', ..i Kectlon R-52-42 rii. ii. .Sortherl) along said Weal in.to the South line of the NK', % %  r the Ni:', of the sw", ,,r Hectlon -..%  u Thence Westerl) along laid -' %  nil line to thiWest 11ii.. of the K\ of HieNE'S of the swi, of Thence Northerb Sei tlon 8-52-42. ilong mid u/eal line to the South Ine ..f the NWI, of Hectlon B-52-42 Thence Westerly along said s..uth line, t., the West line of the I: the sw ', of the s'K 1 ..f tinN\\>, .f Hectlon %  •53-4S: Thence Northerly along Raid w.-st Una to the South line of ii,.Ntt ol the sof the >,."' ," r faction 8-S2-42; Thence westerl) along said South line to •loWwi line ..r the B 1 • of thNK', •fills\v. of the xw, .,f Hectlon J. <2 .i Th"c Northerly along said Weal lin.to the South line of the VWM of the NW', of Hectlon S-52%  ;.. The-.-.. Westerly nlong "aid South line t" the West line „r *,.,.. t on x--.: %  -12: Thence Northerly along %  ic Weal line ..f Section 1-S2-42 to lie South line of the NW of the N'-'of the V|.;> 4 „f Se.ti.m 7-M-42; Hi.in. Westerly along aid South line '• %  the Weat line of the Nv, of i2* 'iS "' "" SK '< ur SexsUoB 7-52rhenc* Northerly alone aaid ^^ eat l:ne to the North line of Bec•lon .-2-42: Then,Egiteriy along ho North line of Se.-tlona 7, 8 and %  -'-4.' to the Weat line of the SK 1 ; f -i h o S 5i.''' "' C'" SW 'i SV i n J,V'-".'-; T, "' n< '•' Northerly along anlO West line to the North line of the Section 4-J2-42; Thence Easterly of long ggl I North line to the East line "' <"em • .'" ;-'.;, : l Then.-v Southern al-ng the tst the BW?, el Section 4; and tne h^ist Hue ••( the N'. oi Section >-*!- to the North line • -. •l KJ,.;'. • -., t N -rth line ti toe it Vut: %  :hr^-. %  d the East ,: v thr S..UIH "i u. %  ..[ l^-ginning. Begin .ii the Northwe-t n.rnrr % %  ,„.., ... .-.. ..I. •-*-; Thenie u „ Kastei atone the >.M in line ... the SWI, to the East Ha* Of the w i the NK '. as the SWV, % %  < iheSW, of Section • *-i Ihen.berl) along -..lil l--u"t line to th. |,n In X' oT fhe 'l • > the friceri to-wli MAY' >R .II" V ii.I'Ni'll. Ml'Xll'll'AL Jl'IKJE I'ITV ATTORNEY CITY CLERK CITY TAX ASSESSOR CITY TAN COLLECTOR V Al'DITl IR iii.it ...l persons who hold office In North Miami Beach b} election bj the people, oi an election h) the (My Council, or, led to an) i 'It) office, %  ..in dealgnated or prtaerlbed b) Ordinance pursuant lo the prohi reof, shall be held and deem .,i t-. be Cits Officers "f the Cltj ••! North Miami Beach, Section 3. POWERS OF CITY: The •It) shall have .ill thpowers granted Thence line line line of tiiN .. t- Tneace Mid South lini ntet l.nc I Hlghwaj No. Then I mUiweetertj jl"ig ntl Right-of-*>. %  "' f**** 1 'ni'. ace Southeast. l of 7 less. I S • s • • N %  .-. • • %  • • • • feel %  uf | %  •. I S" %  Sou I %  .%  • f the ii ence Noi %  e to It a ... Right f-Waj %  %  : thi Bis. 'ii-. • thereof r rd%  _• i ..f the Flor%  i.'.t .. to tile \\. -• Itlght%  Wa \ •;• %  • %  a-est-• • • %  Weaterls i and • •. • • the Intel i • • Easl Right-of-way la Easl Coast Railterl) along Right-of-Wi to tlon ol .... ol the North line "f %  ,-ialon; %  t on and the Noi I h lini r Lul I, t" • Weal l: ghl ol Waj III f redHigh* ... No Thai %  South• %  -:. akmg the Weal line of -,.i l Right -ol -Wa %  t-. the South I, in... .. 2, aforesaid sub. e Weaterl) along the h lin l...t I, Block afore^.. l ibdl lalon t.. the Wi ni line "I l.--: .. Block -. aforesaid subdlvl I'll, ii ,Southwi utei I) along the w • t lit • %  ..i Lota J and 1, Block '-'. aforesaid ibdlviaion, to the North in. .•! lot 4. Bio. k .. ..ti.i esald sub• %  1. Then* > K isti rlj along tie North line of l^.t I t.. the Weal Rlghl r-Way I lie of I%  1. I .1 llitli'..< %  No :. Thence Southwestern i Weal Rlght-of-Wa) line to the South lin••! Lot S, Bits k 2, ni aid -ii.ii. Is ..ii. Thence Weal !> i.said --.. .tii line t.. tiiWeal ni t l^.i ',. Bio. k .'. aforesaid PU bill vision; Thence Southwestern along the Wesl i f Lot ii. i. %  • %  k 2, ..f.>!.->.11.1 ii..ii. -i..n to the Nw, of section *-;£*; '",'!;ue-t Bank ol tlk "" I'd parallel I i me saw Bant Una of in, ^\\ i, t.. the South line of loe WJ ,., b ni." %  %  •-•-'• Antt iae '""" mean to a I ..ink Weat of LTCAL NOTICE i-iiuii ....it.-.i partlcul ii i his 'ii.ii ler shall noi be be aatoluglve, an.I In addli.ow.'i > tnumeratad herein ti :.. ,i municipal corporation and t" rltles b.i the Constitution and Ueneral Laws of this State, together with all Implied poweri necessary to carry into rxecul ..ii all poweis granted The i'in n e property within "i a'lthoul Its corporate llntlta for ani City purposes, In fee simple, .i uuon .IIIV <>i all su.il w.i eluding ilnpouer to regulate the weight, euulpment. operation and -p. ed ..i engli trains, motoi, and i.th.i vehluktu ..il atins in or through the i "it). | I) T "i •%  nili-any an.l all \\ ii.-. pipes and othei facilities lo be pun • i (k) Parks (l; playgrounds HID >;olf courses mi Athletic end recreational fiesta i..i I'arkliur lota .u| 1'ublh) Library (according to the provlsiooe of the tleiieral laiwa. ae coatatned in Sectioos 1*7.30 to 17.J. Inclusive, of i loiula Statutes) (IS) To enact Ordinances defining offenses against the City and to provide the punishment therelore. bat In such cases the maximum fine to be i %  n |...-••.I shall not exceed Klve Hundied U.'.iKii Hollars, and Imprisonment shall in.i excised Sixty (t days, or b..th. ill) To levy, assess and" rAltect such general and special taXds fm l.i..i..-r • >. real or personal oi" both,* within the City, and such special asaessmenl for special or local Improvein, -tils, and such excise and privilege taxes as shall he lawful for .art) lug out the purpose and poweri of the en., and provided that no taxes In excess ol !'>> (I) mills shall be levied f..i the benefit of a public library; II'.) To levy, asses and collect taxes and to borrow money, within the iiniiiprescribed by general law: and ... lev) and collect special assessments for benefit! conferred: in,i To furnish all local public services: to purchase, hire, construct. own, maintain and operate or hsasv local public utilities; to acquire bj isiiiiiemnatlon or otherwise, within or without the corporate limits property necessary for any such purposes, subject to tlie restrictions imposed by general law for the protection of other communities: nnrt to grunt local public utility franchises and to regulate ihe .Mi. iae thereof: (I7i To make local public Improvements and to acquire by condemnation inotherwise, property within or without Its corporate limits necessary for such improvements, and also to acqulre an excess ov.r that needed for any Mich Improvement, and to sell or ...i-e excess property with restrictions In ot.l.r to protect and preserve the Improvement; 118) To issue and sell lionds on the security. In whole or in part, or any such eg! ess property, or of such excesa property, r of any public utility own.-d by the City, or of the revenue thereof, or of both, including the case of a public utility. If deemed desirable by the City, a franchise stating the terms upon which. In MM of foreclosure, the purchaser may operate such utility. (19) To organise nnrt" administer i.ni.In libraries subject bo the lieneral I..IW s. (SO) To adpot and enforce wllhin their limits, loegl police sanitary and other similar regulation! not in conflict with the General Lawa; ijli To provide foi slum clearance and Hirehabilitation of blighted areas an.t gifts of money or property >.r loans of money or rredll for such purpose! shall be deemed t.. In a City pin i-.se: 122) To provide safe and sanitary housing to families of low Income and f.u recreational and other facilities ii dental or appurtenant thereto, and Kifts of money or proper!) ol loans of money or credit for such housing shall he deemed to be foi a City purpose ARTICLE II THE COUNCIL: THE MAYOR conditl tune to time I s (3) To lii -. ml foi regulation !•; ofess time, designate b) nd but and n North line ol th.s--_. ..r the NK 1 of and maintained underground the NW, of Section 21-52-42; ilong said North • Easl line ol the NW, of .%  -. tlon :l -52-42 Them .Souther!) said East line lo the i-entei .t Sei tlon ;i -.".2-42 Thence \\ est. rl) in line ••: the WV, ,,f on 21-52-42 to the Eaat Rightof-Wa) In ( Kederal Highway No i Thence Southwestern along I. -• Rlght-of-Wa) linto a pom' 2 i. et, mid polnl being 132 21 f.-et measured Northeasterlv I Rlght-of-Wny line from the Southwest corner of l<.t |2 ded I'l i I! E Mel lonald n according t.. the plal lb" %  rei urded In Plal Book -'. al page 22, of the Publli lle-oids of [lade County, Florida; Thence Easterly ..mi parallel to the South line of the NW, of s.cti,,,, 2i-.",2-42 r,., lati lance of v.] 2 f.-.-i. Thence Southwesterly and parallel to the Earl Rlght-of-Wa) line ol Federal Hlghwa) No, I, 182.23 feel to the South line of the NK', of the sw, of Secti.,,, 21-52-42; Thence WesterI) along said South line '.'".-:'; reel to the Baal In f the NW 1 ..( the SK'. of the NK', of the sw, of Section 21-52-41; Thence Souther I) along said Easl line '.. the South line of the NW, ,,t th. SKI. „/ ,|„. NK', of the sw, of Section ;i-:.-12 Then,,Weatei lv along Id South line, t,, the Easl line of the SI". .,f the SW. „f the NH\ .,, he Mi', „f section 21-52-42, said line being also the I:..-I line of I .,t 21. Amended Pbtl of It R McDonaid Subdivision, according to ti„rlat thereof, recorded In Plal Book at page it, ol th.Public it rda Dads county. Florida: Th '" To require earners t.. install and maintain at their expense adequate w. ,iumi4 lights, gates and aignabj, oi wati ti n, whendi i necessai. IS) To exercise all powers, the obj.. t of w hii h is to promote the public health, safety, public moral.-, and public welfare; and no Ordinances enacted hereundei shall be held lo be void unless plalnl) shown to be unrelated to such ends; "" lb ense, upon IUI h termi and the Council may, from determine, and lo tax, regulate, oi prohibit, within thcitv sii.ii businesses, professions, pursuits "' i upatluns and devices ... the Coum .1 ma. from II I 'lillliaii. (7) T can ei tlon I. s. I.-, lion and !, for revenue. ix businesses !:"V'T'""" '"' : ""wneiall) I'l'miini: non-profli oorporatlons; 1 I lb %  nd enforce all II. • % Iae, privilege and regulator) ," "," %  • laxi ni general b) \t\ "d -alundei collector-, warrant, '," i""i"". used m the bualness urureaslon ... ...„„.,,„„, D .. ,,„. ;.,^ firm oi orporatlon autjaut to ;. x : i*v) ..„.i s ,o ii man let and as ih.. f„ui,,ii ma) preNumber term Uuallflcatlong Salary Titular head The Mayor POWerg and dul.es Of the Mayor Vacancies in office of the Ma v or Power, of Council V.ii ancles in Council Induction ,,f Council into office: Meetings of Council Council to be Judge of qualifications of Its memh.-l s Rules of I'lo.e.lure; Journal Ordinan •-, Procedure for passage of Ordinances: first reading Seen,| lea,||,i„ and public hearing Purther conslderatloa final passage Publication of OrdlngsaBM after final passage; |>ermlsslve referendum Emergency i >rd|nsnce ANn Tcou ^.V M T ER SELECTION AND TERM: The Conn. II -hall have nve ( .i members elected for a term of f-ui years each. p,ovi.|.-,|. however, election of roanftllmen shall IMSMreii. 1 ?*" 1 .' Tw '-' ••"""'"nen nall stand for election slmiilt.,ne.,„| v Ma.oraltv eleco,, v.,.,s ; remain'li'ee (3) councilmen on alternate ,.,',, I,,.!" n < 1 provldad. that •a. n city councilman shall i..n resl' %  ithin the hoimdarv lines of the l h.reaftei de ,e,,a t.-d and si. I ,,..,„,. vvithln ,',.ins,,,,., from ..|, he ielected and further, that 1 from .'";"" ''" I "' ,h "" '"' ele.-t-d .I,,,,';,;',I'i,.,"""'"' '•> ,h ••< oi I m. II. It, i %  :. II. 1". 1. 17 Section such notlci -. • ... ilm Ti Z. Of ,,',"" ,''';',' "'"" "l""' -'"h terms ami ion lltlona ... ti„. Counc I n fr ,,M '""• "' leteimi,,.. ,,..:,. Sfpa tnnsA %  ...,..„ sniiU cease t „, „ nv of ;•""'"o, shall be cm,'" crime involving moral tii-^flce shall immediately -Kfy'of c'.? A uA '" E8 Th •""•< • •i„ ,.,".""':" %  ,•; h, '•' ,| •" "x-'d bv dunni h "" '"" '••Increased Section MAYOR: ed ,. ti, line of the s^ of ihsw;;"„, %  ; ',; si.', of Section L'l-,2-1" Thence southerly along aald Ban line to the South line of Section 21-M-41 hn"",'", K V ''-"'' lv l, *• %  •"' Boutli lilng ""' l '" 1 '" "' beginn ^L" .'..•''. "" Inl n "'e South line •• TITULAR HMO, THI he Msvor shall he re.-.llMlar head of (he ritv Theme Southerly and pglill.l to thi Bast line of the NW' 4 „, Sect „ K" M., : ,' poln so '*-' Worth f the_B..ul> line of the NW% of Sec tlon U-it-nT IVDO. •k'sa^erh%| parallel to the South line of tSe citv J'H'^rS' ID • a) (In Hi (j) Public Markets incinerators RSfiH 'und, Auditorium Amphitheatres Ml tbl,| i n „., nrw „, f h •'ndTn^ •"JT tal "'' -' U a oartr" taw w "' 'he City tf) To make rvm,. *-.. _' '. make recommendatlone from ratPAY, FEBRU ARY s ii L10AL NOTICB^ made. (h) To act on all Or by the be submit lect to the May time to time to the cu.. the oactn.cnt ot suVh'l," 1 """ ndoptlon of .urh rule" .nV d ^ .'ff S:l^ q,, t! n, • con "rmed by th .„J Council, when the C.011,,,.,1 ,' '"• fM suck, officer advlsabi,. „"!'.""i '"*. 5* c ""Prolier. whus.'^"'"^ and duties snail be auch ir.. 1 ^**"! •r may hereafter he t„J, £.*,. I lutnce and by this Charts? ^ '**suuntlt lo the.City C,„„„.,, wh "Mil .xeSfM Mayor for hi.approval; iLtll'S\ he shall sign the same and renn.ii to the .City Clerk. ,f dli^jl return same with hi. i.bSotToiull wilting, to the Citv %  ouncil J, i'l next regular meeting, lb ,.J| cause tlie same to I t,i>d m Sal upon Its records of their .,jfl Inga, with the Ma.,, obsv.^Ll thereto, and pass upon the £ nil upon consideration th. c -| lv c 'Jl shall pass aaid Ordinance bv a f7. fifths 14/0) inajorlt. vote h jj vote shall be entered u|ion 'th, ords, such Ordinance shall then I come law, the Mavoi s vole tots contrary notwithstanding Any iwi nance which shall not Ii. returned) the City Council at the next tnii meeting after Its passage sin. written veto, shall become a la Llike manner as If approved by thl Mayor or Acting Mayor. Section (.VACANCIES IN OfFlCfl OK MAYolt: The IV.v.l,-,,, ti-.jiialifi-1 cation of the Mayor an I .r thl'rr| dent of the City Council, the eg Council may elect one of its membi who shall oe Acting Mayor, hut I acting Mayoi cannot -n as a inunk of Council: and. provided, further, I case of death, resignation, rem failure to qualify due lo non-resM or physical disability, or In case j failure to elect a Mayor, the Prel.kl of the City Council m Acting Manm as above provided, shall dlscharff th duties of said office until filled lal manner and pursuant In ARTs'l VIII, BactlOB II of this charter Section 7. DUTIES AND POWER Of CITY COUNCIL: The | ell shall have the povvei : %  -f(e.: all of the powera granted t. the' of North Miami Beach under Chatter, together with .ill Img powers necessary to rarr) into exi tlon all Bowers granted t" the City. The hereinafter enumerate*) tlcular iioweis in tinCharteT not be deemed egclusivi and II tlon to the powers enuineratej b or implied thereby, oi approprawB the exercise of such |...... %  ,.. It i> I tended that the fit) Couadl have ami may ex.r. se all P> which, under the Constitutional] Slate and granted t.. the fit) Ce I-IIB "f cities anl town? I" US laiws of the Stale of II.., Ids. It be coni|H-teiit for tins Charter fli-ally lo eiiiimei a te E NUMERATED POWERI COUNCIL: The fit) Council I have ami Is granted lh rigMi laiwers as follow. (I) 'I'o appoint a (' shall perform all tii upon liim by Attorney. I • prov isloni the Charier and which BOlibed or which ma; he nri piiaflillnil by Cltv I-di"-. (2) T" aiusuliil a Cu. Knglni-er shall psrform all duties las upon him b> the provisions Charter and which ue "'" scribed, or which nun hrrratur prescrll.e.1 hv Cltv i-idinance(^) To make, eslshlish ""„,. for the liovernmeiil f said C the Offkera of said CH) such ances in writing, and suck LaVB-g and Rules of (irder, n"t !" slstent with this 'barter !ssi Constitution snd laws "f tl i" deem ii"* States as they in (4) To |...all l w-rlhe penalties foi of, as may be no prevent and abate ft] To restrain ai bllng or other d :. nice" and I violation %  nary to n ilaanesgj I [luntsli l.rly bllng or other iti-i'""'" „ to prevent the -rum..ng •" "i ca,ttle, hrirses. dog", la*'goats, and fowland otaer tic birds. In the siieeti City Umlts and !•' '""" u, sans. ... -. id (• To provide in. "" '"J* ment of gnterwork-_ •'" %  the trart_ ment -— plants necessai v '"'.„ and mav make ...nira"'" ,, to the same and whette er <*gl are so established. "' %  •\ ll f!?SI the operation and nislntta*""! i") m fo .rant muni; %  .,...! £<$£ transport.illon telegraph phone cnmiianles .. () To regulate th| "^ ria |l rual street or other railway %  "' to* Cltv l.lnills. ~fdr (tf To license, control and ^ privileges, bnslnes"". j f ,1 professions '•• %  ; %  ';* End!*' gaged In wkhln the nit *££\ (be amounts of *'''" ,i, v ors* Uses shall be fixed h.Ctt em which amount-ol >*•'<* not be -rtrnenden. UP *, M state revenue U. (, Conu.il mav •hart'' '•"•£, ,| not exeeedlng fh '"„„ „l TtoUars for the eie.ttn tajllars awards, placards si—w. -ind no tua erected' MB* ms'''t-'J'"^ j^s" Cltv Limits .nun '; n Vw ,n.|| Have first be*" %  Cite Clerk. .. rrtu"".! (lil To control and '^ •*! sale of lain" b-t'n '.,,., asj and beer althln '" L w



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PAGE 10 A ^-JewistncrkUan FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, x Vr Pal lav, Koch To Wed in March Rob bride The couple's announced here th %  Koch, Br loklyn. Ne Miss Palay attended Hi-' > i sit) <>i Alabama, where she selected as Hi.cover :-irl lor thi school Journal and pledged Alpha Epsilon I'lii Sororit) there. She recently graduated from the Davis Institute ol Medical Technology in Miami. Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity nominated Miss Palay for the title of Queen of Hillel. Mr. Koch is a graduate of Syracuse University, with an AB degree, and is a member of the US Arm>""-". He i president of the Palm Container Corporation in Hialeah Miss Roberta Palay William Pine William Pine Bar Mitzvah Saturday William, son of Mr and MrSol Pine 9325 Bay Drive, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday mi Februarj 8th, 10:43 a m. at Temple Beth shoiom Rabbi 1 eon Kro ni-h :'.l otliciate, with I the %  William at!' I • School an i to the choir there. Mr and MrMorri grandparents, ol Brooklyn, New York, \wll lie among honored guests. Kiddush will follow the ceremony at the Temple, with a reception at Beth Shoiom slated in the liar Mitzvah's honor Saturday evening. Both the Kiddush and reception will be catered by Mendelsohn's Kosher Restaurant. Barbara's Troth is Told by Saters ti re -ho is ia '''"'' sl "' '" sophi '' '" Womei %  Association Mr HaVI n is tho >on ol Mr and \i r Meyer Haven, Gainesville, Florida lh' graduated front Gainesville High School and In pola Junior College, where he *U valedictorian of his class. Ho Ia ,emor at the University of Florida and is treasurer of the Insurant Society HimcliJ fraternity is Tau Epsilon Phi. They plan to be married December 10th Miss Barbara 1. Jofer William Diamond William Diamond to He Bar Mitzvah William, ton of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Diamond, 3890 NW 4th Terrace, will become Bar Mitzvah mi Saturday. Kebruary 6th, 10 am., at the Hauler Granada Jewish (en ter William i: %  student of Kinloch Park Junior High School, where hi is.a member ol the band. We h in, n attending the Center's h '! tor the past four and has successfully passed the Bar Mitzvah examination given by the Bureau of Jewish F.ducation William will chant the Maftir and address the congregation. Rev. I.eo Ileim will officiate Mr and Mrs If. Middeldorf, uncle and aunt of Washington, D-d will be among out-of-town inn-Ms Parents of the Bar Mitzvah will he hosts at the reception following. Haiman long Haiman Long Bar Mitzvah Saturday Haiman Long, son of Mr. Mrs. Barry Clein, 330 NW 44th A enue, will become Bar Mitzvah i Saturday. February tith. 9 a.m.i the Miami Hebrew School and Co gregation. • Tho Bar Mitzvah attended loch Park Junior II is in the seventh grade. He lithe) student of the Reli lous School: this Miami Hebrew & ol andCa gregation. The Bar Mi conduct services ami iddreai Congregation. Rabbi Simon April will officiate. Kiddush will be served by his ] ents following the ceremony. Out-of-town guests will Cantor and Mrs. Harry Lube!, i Mobile, Alabama. Hadassah Plans Meetii February; Program C The Hanna Senesch c;roup of Hadassah will hold its next meeting on Februarj 8th. in the Lord Tarleton Hotel, al 1:19 p.m. Fran Blair, pantomime drai performer, will rendi t a pr ot unusual nui Mrs TheoArvan, concert pi offer i Mr-. William Feuer i ol th Open House Follows Martin's Bar Mitzvah Mr, and Mrs II.i' Plasl iff, ol 6437 SW luth Street, Miami, an nounce the Bar Mitzvah ol their son. .Martin Norman, on Saturday morning, February 6th. 10 am. al the Coral Gab i i Center. The Bar Mitzvah ia student at Kinloch Junior High School. Mr. and Mrs. David Scott, grand parents from Cleveland. Ohio, will be among honored guests at the ceremony and open house reception honoring Martin on Sunday. from 2 to 6 p.m.. at the Plaskoff home. Morr.'n Plaskoff IL{S. Games for hainncn List (iucsts The regular meeting of Menorah Group oi Hadassah will bo bold at 1:15 P in. on Monday, F< bruan 8th, in the Coral (ijb| .) %  wh)jj Cnter. A tillI %  %  % %  Wise Your Heart, will be presented, and speaker "t the da} will i i rs are asked to I-.-. • haloma Group ol Had ill ii an i I; I All at t! Mrs. Bernard Goldberg, program chairman, indicated tli.it Rabbi l.oon Kronish will ho guesl spi ,ik ii MrSamuel Lepow ichairman of the Youth Aliyuh program tor i the evi ning A movie, Save One Life, will be shown, and Mrs Joseph Pardo will sum a ^inup ot son-;accompanied on the piano by Hy Fried Larry Diskin and hi~ orchestra will provide music for dancing later in the evening. Theme of the evening will be the 20th birth | day celebration ol Youth Alisah. • Herzle Group of Hadassah will meet Monday, Kebruary 8th. 12:45 p.m., at the Cadillac Hotel. MrJoseph Gould is chairman ol the month for vocational education services. Mrs. Sidney D. Ross, pro-ram chairman, will introduce I. w Henderson, guest speaker Henderson is assistant director of the evening division at Lindsey Hopkins Vocational School. The discussion group will meet Friday, February 5th. 1 p m „ a t the home of Mrs. Louis Heiman :23 East Rivo Alto Drive. Jack Bell, feature writer for the Miami Herald, will be guest speaker Mount Scopus Croup of Hadassah will conduct its regular February 8th meeting at Beth David Synagogue at 1:30 p.m. A variety program and refreshments will f 0 ilow the business meeting. • The Naomi Group of Hadassah will meet on Monday. February 8th, 8:30 p.m., at the upstairs room of Walgreens. 200 East Flagler Street An original skit will be presented by Mrs Sonia Horwich and Mrs, Anita Weiss, program cochairmen Plans will he formulated lip the member-bring-a-membr barbecue on PebJruBrj 18th. nrtrl lor the ln-i ot a <• hold at the 1 1:1 tments, 18th S James Avenue, February 11th. < 18th and 25th at l p.m lira, H.! Amlyn has offered her root card room in the Henrietta Szold Group of Hadassah. Money is for Yen Aliyah, a major project of sah. Mollie Green is in chanjfi reservations. • • • Israeli Group of Had hold a card party on Monday. Mj ruatt 8th, 12:30 p.m.. at the! Plaza Hotel. Hostesses l>rthti ternoon will IK* Miss Sara Go Mrs, David Koch. M I-ranees I bin. Mrs. Henr> \\ : tad Mil Yokel • • • Regular meeting ol the Isra (iroup of Hadassah w I] I-Vlini irj lot ii. 'I p.m. I the Empress Hold Singer U Bart and Mrs. Hart M I be f lul %  d in A Night In Israel Pre-ideal Of the Group is MrHarrj H K.p-j Ian. A i %  Benjamin Keats, son of Mrs. Vivian Keats. 860 Biecayne Street, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at the Miami Beach lewtsh Center on Saturday February 6th. Benjamin is an ?rf? h M 9 r d ? 8,udent at ,h schJ^' r ^ h6r ,unior Hj gh School and attends the Reliqu. School of the Miamt Beach Jewish Center. Aii)' Daniel Kovnat, son of Dr. and Mrs. Maurico Kovnat, 4326 Post Avenue, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, February 6th. 10:45 a.m.. at Temple Beth Shoiom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Daniel, a student at Beth Shoiom Religious School, is in he eighth grrfde at Nautilus Junior High School. Ira Elliott Moser. son of and Mrs. A. Albeit Mojjj 4170 Chase Avenue. *H celebrate his Bar Mit* "I the Miami Beach Jewish^} ter on Saturday, r or 6th. Ira is an eighth g student at the Ida M"T| Junior High School ana tends the Religious Scww the Miami Beach Jewish ter.



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L.v i TFRRUARY 5, 1984 *JewMlh**towi PAGE 15 A rcan tile Bank Control Changes lands for Reported $3,500,000 Sum 1 Broad | VeW owners of the 23-year-old urrantilP National Bank of Miami LTat 420 Lincoln Road are Shepard Broad, attorney and financier; A b r a ham L and Joseph Mailman, brothers who have extensive Canadian industrial holdings; and Joseph Weintraub, attorney and president of the American Title and %  ranee Company. Control "f the bank changed jdj I,,-] week in what is reportto be one of the largest all-cash sactionin Greater Miami his_ $3,500,000. Former owners are Benjamin N. me, chairman of the bank Board, id Harcie I.iberman, bank vice >jdent and Miami Beach city oncilman The bank was foundby the late Philip Liberman, her of the councilman, in 1931. According to a statement by Libian following the announcement sale, he and Kane will remain jth the financial institution in an Ivisory capacity. Under the new angement. Broad, who is founand Mayer of Bay Harbor Isds. become-, president. A L Mailman is Board chair1/ man, with Weintraub acting as vice chairman. Named directors were Gordon Robertson, president of the Bank of Hollywood; Joseph Mailman; Samuel J. Halperin, Beach real estate man; Eugene Schwabach. Hollywood banker: Daniel Broad, Miami Beach; and Kane. A long time associate of Broad, Kane said here that he as "every confidence in the new owners." Fascell to Speak Weekly luncheon meeting of Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith, will be held on Tuesday. February 9th, 12:15 p.m., at the National Hotel. Hon. Dante B. Fascell, State Representative from Dade County, will be guest speaker. I. R. Goodman Hadassah To Moot Wednesday The next regular meetinug of the I. R. Goodman Group of Hadassah will be held Wednesday evening. 8:30 p.m.. at the Johnina Hotel, according to Miss Lillian Goodman, president. The film. Cinema Night With Hadassah, will highlight the program. Miss Lillian Marks, education chairman, will report on the progress of the Study Group. Miss Frances Lcbon, American affairs chairman, will give a resume of current events in the United States. Wise Hadassah Card Party The Stephen S, Wise Group of Hadassah will have its weekly minyon card game for Youth Aliyah at the Monte Carlo Hotel on Thursday. February 11th. 1 p.m. PERSONALLY SPEAKING ax. lab. Vei Are oslur. Parve I In recognizing Jewish preference |r kosher products. Colgate-Palmlive, one of America's oldest and peatest makers of cleaning prod-K has formulated a special pubrelations policy in presenting Ajax. Fah and Vel to Jewish HiMwtvea all over America. I These three products are, of Jurse. everything the Jewish wornneeds in kitchen, laundry and ^throom for all dishes, utensils, fcelain and li^ht and heavy launwhiles and colors. [lim.-, by rvtatninff Jtrirt-Jl|6Inical supervision and obtaining losher and Parve Certification. olgate-Palmolive now suggests P Ajax. Fab and Vel make it fy to he "a star housewife." To bnform to kashruth requirements I symbolized by the Star of David, pe Jewish housewife simply connes her total cleaning needs to ["•her and Parve Ajax, Fab and lei.—ST. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Si mm-, of] 2110 SW 16th Street, announce the I arrival of Mrs. Simms' sister, Mrs. David Schoenberger, of Brooklyn, New York, for an extended Miami visit. it it it Mrs. Edith E. Broida, of 1455 Michigan Avenue, graduated this week cum laude from the University of Miami Law School. Kappa Beta Pi, legal sorority, presented Mrs. Broida with the organization's Scholastic Award for having attained the highest rating of any woman in the UM Law School. The former case note editor of, the Miami Law Quarterly and associate editor of the Barrister has a 10-year-old daughter, Stacie Lee. it it it Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tokayer, of 6160 SW 16th Terrace, will hold open house on Sunday from 3 to 6 p.m. The occasion will be a double celebration, acting as a house warming and marking the Tokayers' first wedding anniversary. Among honored guests will be Mr. Tokayer's parents who are flying here from New York to celebrate their 29th wedding anniversary at the same time. it it. it Mr. and Mrs. Leonard M., Glasser have just returned from a 10-day visit to Baltimore and New York. Mr. Glasser, Miami Beach architect, is currently designing a modern residence in Baltimore. it it it There's a new baby daughter for Joy and Hank Dreyfus. Her name is Andra Todd, and she arrived at Morrell Hospital, Lakeland, Florida, on January 30th. Mrs. DreySchwartz to Open Gerald Schwartz, until recently a partner in the BiUig & Schwartz organization, announces the opening of his own public relations firm, with offices at the One Lincoln Road Building and at 2 9 0 4 Biscayne Boulevard. Schwartz is active in many professional and civic organizations and is a member $ enworfI of the City of Miami Beach Planning Board. He is director of evacuation of the Miami Beach-Golden Beach civil defense district and a trustee of the University of Miami's Alpha Omega Chapter of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. A graduate of the University of Miami and North Carolina State fus is the former Joy' Davison, daughter of Kitty and Carl Davison, 905 16th Street. Hank's parents are Paula and Milton Dreyfus, of 3415 Sheridan Avenue. it it it Mr. and Mrs. Max Davis, of 25 North Shore Drive, Miami Beach, will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary on February 14th. The Davis', with their daughter, Enid, have been residents of Miami Beach for many years and previous to that were winter visitors from their home town, Chicago, Illinois. it it it Mr. and Mrs. Morton R. Fellman, of 2340 SW 51st Court, Miami, announce the birth of their son, Barry Lorin, at Doctors Hospital on January 25th. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Max Newman, of Miami Beach, and Mrs. Gussie Fellman, Miami. it


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PAY. FEB RUARY 5, 1954 LEGAL NOTICi i %  **, such .ndliiances by fin* Or yEEmS**. • %  b > bo,n ""• •* d IWM" 1 iiniiient l", L ,,Try to establish quar-i and hrwith regulations for •*%,"" North Miami I tome h not In."' 1 ulatl"" ,,, in.st.uiBoard of ,, and enforot same by penI i To arrange for. prwttl and l?h. ("' Hoard of Health hKll have •STwninil supervision <•' hr pubjfllattli of the City of Worth Mliaatl w health "' "** "> *" -^onm asi'_, ivi.li and .-hall have the power .... p.oinulgate, and enforce aw* rule* <">d regulation* as may !f" ....ui f.>r the praaervatlon of H ,,mn..i inconsistent with thin rmtrtci 01 ,n violation of any Ordl,.i HiCity. tCtartr I Mil 1 .-, To arrange and provide for a kit,. |,. ],, i n.til and to regulate the |mr so •' %  '" l"'o<" the CHf from [ (1 3l Xn organise a City Police De1 enl illl To provide for the Inspection of %  MI rleitrh lighl and water meters. %  -| • .mil enforce Ordinance*. %  %  iiI>--1 the engineers of slatlioairj and portable steam and (an I „,II ,. in pas* an examination for mil i" take out licenses li'nd iMHviilv penalties for failure to j„ .,, lo compel the Inspection of .•: s, except locomotive and| Innrinc boilers, and to compel emI „,.v, i %  i" employ only licensed engl,n.l affix a penalty for failure ....t.. compel employer*, their servants to allow in. liollera and of affixinga Lta.illi toi n fusing to do ao. [', %  :, To establish hospitals and with. I i nit ...njunrtlon of the Hoard I. i i ,.,t %  Commlaslonofn, to eetahiml regulation* respecting I | llgent, Infirm and InI... to provide for the support and |iu ihr nil ii.tis upon which Milch C nwna coming into aald City ahall lllomed lo ii-maln. i provide the punlahment. I.e. imprisonment and flnea, or I inlahmenl allowed unut-r the Constitution, of persona who %  disturb the peace ill rlotdua and ulsoror vagrunts wllhln the %  n Miami Hcach; or vlo.-.Ordinance*, or any of j :hr rule* and irgulalion* of the Hoard .f Health, and the City I Health. fu fix ..nil regulate from time %  to 1 • .il.ii..> of officers and tinCity except aa • ill. i ise provided. proporty uwnari or I %  unneel with City sewleri inil lo .i %  legulate any other thing that may tend to % % %  • the hi-alth. welfare and i>f ii,.. I'IIJ, to prohibit and bawdy houses and dls• .mil ao> i-xhlliltlons, I'.iia.le or amusement ...oil morals; to prohibit ess .ill obscene pictures to ii-gulate, restrain • •lit the carrying on of manuroua In increasing or ... .mil license the male arms, lo regulate the atorage t %  ..l.i. tar. pitch, resin, I ...I oil, kerosene, gaso. I i oniDiistihle, explos%  ole material: to regof lights, candles. '• .mi pipes In all stalld places of business. I to ri-t ...•• ami suppress the sale land II... ,,f firecrackers and air guns em orkg. le for and regulate the lns|H-.ii.ni ,.f heef, pork, flour and Ihei pi. .visions and oils. • legulate the inspection of I lard: to regulate the I meats, poultry, fish, fruit ibles. 1 To provide for the Inspection "I ri ,,( Hie sanltaiv on il HI dairies, butcher pens li i houses where the • same are sold Wlthi %  % %  i mow Mini to provide violating such regulaI to maintain and regulate eta ii Impose penalties on the .1 MIIN, oi agents f any • iv ilks. or ativ other place, or any other %  ii may he dangerous or to [he cltlxens or their ss, after due notice, the ''"'• '"''• he lemedled or removed; Pii'Mde r.ii the en. liming. Impnnlng and regulation of puMic gruuiirti. belonging to the City wlth'' •• iiliout the corporate limits: •"I.for the linpi iMiiinietit of •'"• %  ".!• % %  against the ordinances at ""•' 1,1,,,, ,, n ,,„. „,,,.,.,„ ir otB#r to he designated by ordinance th.. fines and cost attached "ill.-, them by Judicial authority Hi %  n-e. control, tax and II. and sales upon the '!• walks and public places 'he City, and to regulate, and prohibit hawkers and ipon such streets, side> mil public places. -"ie can be found, pro'hat the penalty enforced •''< .II ni; cise exceed imprisonof w ,. SlMV ,S( <•">• or a fine Hundred (50il) Dollars. In %  the powers herelnabove 1 'he City Council shall lowers and perform all rhe ; .1 upon them bv the M'.rlda now In force, or In ...after he enacted. • 'h, government of 'h •!,' ".',*',""• n "' Inconsistent '..! 1'^;.visions of this Charter. fltv i • ", b .',."""• CMrt f Police. lax Assessor and Col"hi.ll I.: V. .','.",K ,h r r,,y o' !" nii .if" h Powers and per>." .'XrirT;w ,mpoMJpon ereeTi U nno rerutallotH. for i, ,.l!iVt. n '' I* patr nt bu,w "" : lo '"' T "* r,|v fotinrll """ ••.. .1^1" ""'" Ordinance, ma *""> O-aTrTfl* '? ""' mnw psw nv nvnLt ? r ''' r u *> on %  n f"Pl.t i,: '•"T^'manas-ed. or '''•' >M !" ,u, '' ''"V outside the 2,' T -> HIU. Ii,'.*."""" hv Penalties. mi ,Vt "V"" "^menta. "'• trm „, h • 'xdualve power and "" %  ^ trad.,,." r """r.ictton and r•rading nd i m|>rovlng of .„ housos. siwca. bridges, agVsrs trenches, uluhea. culvV. t's. VSS& !2TaS, *r couraea. tU£E22 "* v 'epair i,d ntheiwise n.u.rove atreets, alleis aveo*a. boulevards. m,nea and other p.fblic Highways, and to construct storm newei a, sanitary sewers and under any street, alley, avenue, lane • other public highway, to purchase. Uiy out and Improve parks and parkways: to construct or purchase a telephone system, and work. for supplying said city and It. | n habitants with water: to build suitable service or connecting appara,u br,w all or any real estate within the I Ity and any sewer or drain, or any subterranean conduit, pipe or duct for the supply of gas, electric energy, or watei, nyvned or operated by the City, or about to be constructed by the city ,„ front ot such premises: to erect or purchase a City Hall, hospitals for the care pr detention of the sick: Jails, marcel houses or omhor buiUUugs fur municipal purpeapg, and to equip and furnish the Mine: to eejpt bridges, t-uliarts gad vluducts over any waterway, railroad track. u r other depression in or under any street, boulevard, avenue, alley, (amor other public highway u, construct tunnels under any waterway or railroad: to extend Ita corporate limns In the manner provided by the Laws of the State of Florida: to conatruct or purchase any atreet or local railway for the transportation of passenger* or freight, to construct ship channel., oanals. basins and waterways within the City or Into or through any part of Biscayna 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 Government of the I'nlted States for aid of the Government for such work done, or to be dune by the Government; to conatroot or gcqulre wharves, docks, warehouses and other proiiertles within or without the City Limits, deemed by the Council to be necessary or convenient for the u-e of shipping: to aciiu inall lands, submerged land, riparian rights, deemed necessary for any of the foregoing purposes, or for any municipal purpose. (in) To condemn, In addition to Its powers of ,-miiicnt domain under the other Laws of the State, any water, Ice. gas, power or light plant, telephone system, or street or local railway, ship channel, canal, l...-.:i, waterway, w'harf. dock, warehouse. lands, submerged lands, riparian rights or buildings or any Part thereof with any and all franchises, rights and easementa thereto bcloiiKIng or appertaining by proceeding In the manner provided In the Lows of Florida for the exercise of the rights of eminent domain. (31) To operate, maintain, repair and extend any and all of Us miinicl|Nll propel tics. (.1:') To make a contract with Pade County, or with any person, firm or corporation, by which a portion of the ..st of any municipal Improvement to be owned by Hi.City ahall be borne by such contracting party, u|sin such terms as to payment and oth<-i .••as the Council may determine. (S3) To destroy surface privies and ccssntsils or other forms of receptacles for sewage, other than the sanitary service sewers, and powar to compel property owners to connect (heir premises with sarvhM sewers, and In case of their refusal after notice given, to gut hoi Ise such connection to be made by the City, and to fix a Hen upon such premises for the cost thereot. of the same nature, and to the same extent as the lien for taxes, the City may collect such charge or lien In the same manner In which city taxes are csdlected. Section t. VACANCIES IN COUNCIL: All vacancies In terms occurring In the City Council shall be filled In a manner and pursuant to AHTICLK VIII, Section 11 of this Charter Section • INDUCTION OF COUN CIL INTO OFFICE; MEETINGS OF COUNCIL: The first meeting of each newlv elected Council, for Induction Into office, shall be heW al S:IHI o'clock In the eyenlng on the first Tuesday following Its election, after whtoh the Council ahall meet regularly at such times, as may be prescribed by its rules, but not less frequently than taring each month. At such first meeting the Council shall elect one of Its men.In is as President of the Council, whose duties shall be to preside at all meetlngaof the City CouAcll. All meetings of the Council ahall be open to the public. __ Section 10. COUNCIL TO BE JUDGE OF QUALIFICATIONS OF ITS MEMBERS: The Council shall be the Judge* of the election and qualification of Its members and for auch purpose ahall have the power to subpoena witnesses and require the production of records. Section 11. RULES OF PROCEDURE; JOURNAL: The Council shall determine Its own rules and order of business. It ahall keep a Journal of It* pi,"-ceilings and the Journal shall bo open to public Inspection. Section 12. ORDINANCES: In addition to such acts of the Council as are required by jitatute or by this < harter to be bv Ordinance, every act of the Council establishing a fine or other penalty or providing for the expenditure of funds or for the contracting of Indebtedness, shall be by Ordinance. The enacting clause of all Ordinances shall be "TH COVSCIU OjT THg CITY OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH HKItKHY ORDAINS" -— Section IS. PROCEDURE FOR PASSAGE OF ORDINANCES: FIRST READING: Every Ordinance shall b Introduced In writing In the form In which It la to be finally Paused and after passage on first reading shall be posted st City Hall at laaat oaos to; gether with m Notice of thtime and place when and where It will be given a "hllc hearing and be considered for flnsl pa.sage. Tbe first such posting shall be at least one wett prior to the time advertised. —.-— S-etion 14. SECOND "AOINO AND FUtJLIC MaAPHNO: At the t me and nlsce so advertised, or at may tltas m.l place t. which saM hearing shall. from time to time, be adjourned, such L10AL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE after Xn SS. r T ad ln fu W* eated Sh.li [**""" %  "" l""-n luierbe heard "" t W nfU "l5 to asfJSi?" 18 FURTHER CONSIDER. hearhnV 2!*% PA "AGE : Alter such hearing t ne rouncil may rinally uaa. such ordinance with* or witCS sash. T" 1, ,f c pt ,nut """'I L „K. amendment which constitute* flaSfihTf! f •"•" %  tance. it ahull not tS£ 5?"2 •• %  • ,h amended *ectlons to be posted at least once, together with a Nottc, of the time and .rao.. V oi" 1 wner pn r to the time stated. oLi .i m ? *" tvertl*ed or at any I me and place at which such meetngs shall be adjourned, the amended "irdlnance shall be read in full and a public hearing thereon shall be held and after such hearing the governing body may finally pass such amended oruinance, or again amend it subject to the same conditions. The second passage of any Ordinance pursuant to this t harter ..hall be final and no further passage shall be required. noWifS.!* PUBLICATION OF ORDINANCES AFTER FINAL PASS^ Gt: PftM'SSIVE REFERENDUM: Alter flhal passage, every Ordinance shall again lie poete.i in full, and, excani as otherwla* provided In this (Marter shall be svrtije, i i,, permhudve r*Tnri-ndum as provided in ARTICLE IX of this Charter. Every Ordinance. u n W* It shall apeolfy another date, tt£. b ^' ; u,n #*'' Uvr a iirovided in ARTICLK ||, .eTTiion ,. h ,/this .,,,,: tor: or, If the ordinance be aubmnted at a referendum election, than upon a ravorahlr vole of the majority of those voting thereon, except as otherwise expressly provided In this Charter. Section 17. EMERGENCY ORDINANCES: 8eotiuii.s 1J, 111, M. I.",, and 16 shall not apply to am Ordinance which Is introduced at mi Council as an Emergency Ordinance. Such an' 1 Ordinance may be passed after the second reading during the Council Meeting at which said Emergency Ordinance Is introduced, provided, however, that the facts that constitute the emergency shall he stated In aald 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 noooeasltates the promulgation of Immediate layv for the safety of life, property and health. ARTICLE III BUDGET Section 1. Fiscal year 2. Preparation and submission of budget 3. Budget a public record I. rubllratli.n of Notice of Public Hearing 5. Public Hearing on Dudget 6. Further consideration of Budget 7. Adoption of Ttudget 8. Vote required for adoption 8. Date ol Final adoption; failure to adopt 10. Effective date of Hudget; certification; copies made available 11. Budget establishes approS irlatlons ludget establishes amount to be raised by pro|serty tax; certification to taxing authority 13. Budget message; current operations H. Hudget message; capital Improvements 15. Budget message: capital program It. Budget message; supporting schedules 17. Budget 11. Anticipated revenues J9. Anticipated revenues compared with other years Surplus i-..i,:., incuur to i leasi equal total isropoaod expenditures. nan 8 VfM-sT MttuiRED FOR 'TION: ?he bSsfgct shall be LEGAL NOTICI 20. SI. Miscellaneous revenues 22. Miscellaneous revenues; anticipated surplus from municipal utility or other public service enterprise 23. Miscellaneous revenues; measure of estimates 21. Miscellaneous revenues: receipts for s|src!*l assessments 25. Miscellaneous revenues; from new sources 21. Proposed exnosWlitures 27. Proposed ogjiendltures; comparison SMtli other i eara •own payments on capital Srojects llriget summarySection 1. FISCAL YEAR: The fiscal year of the City Cov.rnment shall begin on the first day of November and shall end on the last day of October of each calendar year. Such fiscal year shall also constitute the budget and accounting year. As used In this Charter, the term "Budget Year" shall mean the fiscal year for which any particular budget Is adopted and In which It Is administered. Section 2. PREPARATION AND SUBMISSION OF BUDGET: The Mayor at least sixty (0) days prior to the beginning of each budget year, shall submit to the City Council a budget and an explanatory budget message In the form and with the contents provided bv Sections IS and 1*. For such purpose, at such dale as he shall determine, he, or an officer designated by him. shall obtain from the head of each office, department or agencv. estimates of revenue and expenditure of that office, Department or Agency, detailed by nrganixntion units and character and object of expenditure, and such other supporting data aa he may request: together with an eatlmate of all capital projects (.ending or which such Department head believes should be undertaken within the budget year. In preparing the budget, the Mayor shall rorwW the estimates, shall hold hearings thereon and may revise the estimates, a* he mav deem advisable. Section 3. BUDGET A PUBLIC RECORD: The budget and budget message and all supporting schedules shall be a public record In tbe Office of the City Clerk open to public Inspection bv anvone. The Mayor ahall cause sufficient copies of the buds-et and budret measnee to be prenared for distribution to Interested persons, and •hall be available to the public far I period of not leaa than thlrtv (SO) day* prior to the period of adoption hv the Council. Sectie 4 PUBLICATION OF NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEABINOS: At a meeting of the Civ Council at which the budget and budget message are submitted, the Council shall determine the place -tnd time of the public hearing on the budset and shmll cmuse to be nnsted a NotP- of the time and place, not less than seven (7) days after date of posting, at which the Council will bold a public healing. Section S. PUBLIC HEARING ON BUDGET: At the time and place so advertised, or at any time and place to which such public bearing shall, from time to time be adjourned, the Council shall hold a public bearing on the budget as submitted, at which all Interested persons ahall be given an opportunity to be heard, for or against the ratlmates or any Item thereof. Section t. FURTHER CONSIDERATION OF BUDGET: After the conclusion of auch public hearing, the Council may insert new Items or may increase or decrease the items of the budget, except Items In proposed exE endltures fixed by law or prescribed y subsections (a), (b), (c), (d), (e). (f). (g). (hi. and (I) of tiection 26. The Council may not vary the titles, descriptions or conditions of administration specified lu the budget. Kefore Inserting any additional Item or Increasing any Item of appropriation, It must cause to be posted a Notice setting forth the nature of the proposed increases and fixing a time and place, not less than five (5) da v. after |MISIIng 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 Items and make the Increase or Increases, to the amount in each case Indicated by the posted Notice, or to a lesser amount, but where It shall iuciea.se the total proposed expenditures, It shall also Increase the total aim.dp.ile.I revenue to at least equal su.h tola' Secti ADOPT adopted by the favui-jKle vote of al leaat a majority of all the members of the council. Section 9. DATE OF FINAL ADOP. TION; FAILURE TO ADOPT: The budget shall be finally adopted no! later than the 15th §uy of the last toonth of the fiscal yeai Should the Council take no final action on or prior to such day. the budget, as submitted, shall he deemed to have been finally adopted by the Council. Section 10. EFFECTIVE DATE OF BUDGET; CERTIFICATION; COPIES MADE AVAILABLE: lp..n final adoption, the budget shall be in effect for the budget year. A copy of the budget as finally adopted, shall be oortlfled by the Mayor and City Clerk. and filed In the office of the CityClerk. The budget so certified shall be printed, mimeographed or otheryvlse reproduced and sufficient copies thereof shall be made available for the use of all offices, departments 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 become appropriated to the several objects and purposes therein named. Section 12. BUDGET ESTABLISHES AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BV PROPERTY TAX; CERTIFICATION TO TAXING AUTHORITY: From the effective date of the budget, the amount stated therein as the amount to be raised by property tax shall constitute a determination of the amount of leyy for the purposes of the City, in the mi responding tax year. A copy of the budget aa finally adopted shall be certified by the Mayor and filed h> him with the Officer. Hoard .n Com mission whose duty It shall be to levy such taxes for the corresponding tax year. Section 13. BUDGET MESSAGE: CURRENT OPERATIONS: The budget message submitted by the Mayor to the Council shall lie explanatory of the budget, shall contain an outline of the proposed financial policies of the City for the budget year and shall describe in connection therewith the Important features of the budget plan It ahall set forth the reasons for salient changes from the previous year 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 for down payments and other proposed expenditures for capital projects stated In the budget, the Mayor ahall Include a statement of pending capital projects and proposed new capital projects relating the respect iy.amounts proposed to be raised therefor by appropriation in the budget and the respective amounts If any. proposed to be raised therefor by the Issuance of bonds during the budget year. Section 15. BUDGET MESSAGE; CAPITAL PROGRAM: The Mayor shall also Include Ui the message, or attach thereto, a capital program of proposed capital projects for the next fiscal year next succeeding the budget year, prepared by the planning Commission, or other authority, together with his comments thereon and any estimates of coats prepared by the department of public works or other office, department or agency For the use of said authority, in preparing such capital program, copies of the departmental estimates of capital projects, filed with the Mayor, pursuant to Section 2 of this Article, shall he filed with the Commission. Section It. BUDGET MESSAGE: SUPPORTING SCHEDULES: Attached to the budget message shall be such Biip|M>rtlng schedulea. exhibits, and other explanatory material. In reaped to both current operation, and capital improvements, as the Mayor shall lielleve useful to the Council Section 17. BUDGET: The budeet shall provide a complete financial plan for the budget year. It shall contain a tabular form: (a) General summary (b) Detailed eatlmatea of all anticipated revenues applicable to propoaed expenditures (c) All proposed expenditures The total of such anticipated revenues shall eoual the total of such proposed expenditures. Section 1S. ANTICIPATED REV. ENUES: Anticipated revenues shall he classified aa "surplus". "Miscellaneous Revenues", and "Amount to be raised by Property Tax"; miscellaneous revenue shall he suh-classlfled h.v sources and shall be estimated as preacrlbed In Sections 21 to 25 of this Article. Section r. ANTICIPATED REVENUES COMPARED WITH OTHER YEARS: In narallel columns opposite tbe several Items of anticipated revenues there shall be nlaced the amount of si'h lt*"n in the budget of the last completed fiscal year, the amount* of such Items actually received during the year, the amount of each such Item In the budget of the current fiscal year and the amount actually received to the time of preparing the budget plus receipts for tne remuinuer of the current fiscal year estimated us accurately aa may be. Section 2J. SURPLUS: Surplus ahull Include: ia> Revenue receipts made available by the lapsing of unencumbered appropriation balances at the beginning of the budget year, (b) Receipts from unanticipated miscellaneous revenues wl the preceding fiscal year. i. ) Receipts from anticipated miscellaneous revenues of the preceding year in excess of the estimates in the budget, (d) Receipts during the previous flocal year fruau taxes or llefia against which a complete re serve has been established Section 31. MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE: Miscellaneous levenues shall Include anticipated revenues from the collection of taxes other than the general proporty tax; the amount of Slate alii to be received; the amount by win. ii the City Is expected to hem lit from taxes collected by the Stale; the amounts estimated to be recelye.l from services and sales, fines and forfeitures, pension assessments special assessments and other special or nonroCUl ring soul i es. Section 22. MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES: ANTICIPATED SURPLUS FROM MUNICIPAL UTILITY OR OTHER PUBLIC SERVICE ENTER PRISE: The anticipated revenues and proposed expenditures of each utility or other public service enterprise oyviied or operated, by the City, shall be stated In a separate section of the budget (each bearing the name of the utility); and as to each such utility, an anticipated surplus. If legally available for general purposes, shall be stated as an Item of miscellaneous revenue in the budget. Section 23 MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE; MEASURE OF ESTIMATES: No miscellaneous revenue from any source ahall be included aa an anticipated revenue in the budget In an amount in excess of the average of the amount actually realised In cash from the same source ln the next preceding fiscal year, and that actually realized In the first ten months of the current fiscal year plus that to be received In the remaining two months of the year estimated as accurately as may be. unless the Mayor shall determine that the facts clearly warrant the expectation that such excesH amount will actually be realized In cash during the budget year and shall certify such determination in writing to the Council. Section 24. MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES; RECEIPTS FROM SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS: Revenues from the, collection of special assessments on tiroperty specially beliefitted shall not be stated In an amount which Is in excess of the amount of the receipts so derived which It Is estimated will be held in cash tin the first day of the budget year. Section 25. MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES: FROM NEW SOURCES: No revenue from a new source not previously Stated in the budget shall be included unless the Mayor shall determine that the facts clearly variant the \pe. tatlon that such revenue will be actually realized In cash during the budget year In the amount slated and shall certify such determination In writing to the Council. If tho new revenue Is to be received from the State, the anticipated amount shall not exceed the amount which the proper office of the State ahall declare In writing to be the amount which may reasonably be anticipated In the budget year. Section 26. PROPOSED EXPENDITURES: The proposed expenditures shall be Itemized lii such form and to such extent as shall be provided by layv, and In the absence of such provision, by regulations established by (irdlnance Sep.,rat.provisions shall be Included In the budget for at least: (a) Interest, amortisation, and redemption charge, on the public debt which the faith and credit of the City is pledged. (b) other statutory expenditures, (cl The payment of all Judgments. (d) The amount bywhich the total receipts of miscellaneous revenue.) In the last completed fiscal year failed to equal the total of tho budget estimates of r.c.ipis from miscellaneous revenues for that year. (e) An amount equal to the aggregate of all taxes levied for the third fiscal year prior to the budget year which are delinquent and outstanding on the toth day prior to the beginning of the budget year, except to the extent the City may have made provision therefor by reserving the full amount of said delinquent taxes. (f) An amount equal to the aggregate of all cancellations, remissions. abatements and refunds of taxeo that have been made during the current fiscal year. (g) An amount equal to the aggregate of all apeclal revenue notes which It Is estimated will be outstanding at the end of the current year in anticipation of the collection of revenues other than the property tax. (h) An amount equal to the aggref :ate of all emergency notes which It estimated -will be outstanding at the end of the current year. (I) If the City Is required to mako up the deficit arising from the operations of utility or other publl.r service enterprises, an amount equal to the deficit from such operations during the last completed fiscal year, separately stated for each utility or other public service enterprlae which appears In a separate section of the budget. i.il Administration, operation and maintenance of each Office. Department or Agency of the Cltv Itemised by character and object of expenditure. (k) Contingent expense In an amount not more than three per centum of the total amount stated S urauant to subsection (J) of this ectlon. (I) Expenditures proposed for capital project*. Including provisions for down payments on capital projects as required by Section 28 of this Article. Section tl. PROPOSED EXPENDITURES; C O M P A R ISON WITH OTHER YEARS: In parallel columns opposite the several item, of proposed expenditures, there shall bo nlaced the amount of each such ltea In the hudget of the laat complete!! fiscal year, the amount of such items actually expended during such year, the amount of each auah Item In tho budget of the current year, and tho amount actually expended to the tlmo of preparing the n>udget nln. thp expenditures for the remainder of


AY, rraflUARY 5, 19S4
UICAL NOTICi
-Jmlstnnrlrm**
PAGE 9B
. .u.h Ordinances by fins or
nt. '
M *l| such Ordlnaistws
STrWo"""*"1
"Sn^.nU hrtMh regulation, for
'%, "f No.th .Miami Beach not
BSE-Tof the HUM ?<
ln,n.-ii'"
,,tabln
Th ,,. genera
*'V. srrsuge tor. prsvlo. 1
"""hi,.h a I" Board of Health.
SjYS B'-"1 "' Health .hnll have
L. .alters! supervision "' the Pub-
,1th f the ''> "' Nor,h MU
' Jiiti, h and shall have rhe power
'"",!' I.......ulgate, and enforce
U rules ""*' '*"'",lonH m*
KJesasn for the preservation of
?'./,:.. Inronelstsnt with this
Sr"?or'n violation-of any Ordi-
Seei ol "' "'
... t0 HrranKe ana provide for a
illieiwrlii.<-nl and to regulate the
,. 10 protect the City from
I flrr
113) T" organist Clt" 1'olloe De-
U(i I men t.
ml To provide fr the Inspection of
. irli light and water meters
1)1 To I'-'s--
ml enforce ordinancea.
.\i, Tu compel the engineers of aBk-
'.''. i and portable; steam and ga*
.Mill,'- i" |M"*" n examination for
,(ii.i tu take out licensee
mi
lltfll!*-
i provide pen
allies for failure to
LEGAL NOTICE
5,, io to compel the inapectlon Of
juan, boilers, except locomotive IN
marine boilers, and to compel em-
w)Vrr- i" employ only licensed engl-
penslty for failure
lo d" i" compel employer*, their
Lanuers "i servsnts to allow In-
sertion o( hollers and of affixing- a
Mall) <"< u fusing to do ao.
lj;i To .-- . ur sithout conjunction of the Hoard
afi'minu -ommissloners, to estah-
... and regulation! respecting
,[ir poor, Indigent, Infirm and In-
to provide for the support and
fix the conditions u|on which such
. coming inlo said City shall
1* alknved to remain.
,;i Xo provide the punlahment, I.e.
imprisonment and flnea. or
ill other punlahment allowed un-
der the Constitution, of persona who
, ,n> time, disturb the peace
0| ::,, in>. all riotous and ulsor-
ihs ol migrants within the
iin',.: North Miami Hcach; or vlo-
ate ir. "f i'- mdlnances, or any of
:h>- rules and icgulalinna of the
Siat.- Board ol Health, and the City
I Health.
and regulate from time
ilarleg of officers and
the City except aa
hrrein other* ise provided.
compel property owners or
occupants t.....nnect with City sew-
legulate any other
ei or thing that may tend to
the health, welfare and
, f the City; to prohibit and
hawd> houses and dls-
otderl} houses, and an) exhibitions,;
parade or amusement
contrsri tu K.....I morals; to prohibit
and suppress all obscene pictures
and literature; to regulate, restrain
i nig on of inanii-
rous In increasing or
','. ducing fires, and license the sale
tlre-an to regulate the storage
of |un-poder, tar, pitch, ream,
s-i.i-i'elrr. .....I oil, kerosene, gnso-
combustlbls. explos-
ible material: to reg-
Ihe ise of lights, randies,
' learn pipes In all sta-
ble*, i,hnps arid places of business;
and suppress the sale
aid ii.....f fnei rackets and air tuns
an,| other fii ea orkg,
i. for and regulate the
f he ef, pork, flour and
Ihei provisions and oils.
i legulate the Inspection of
toller, an,I laid: to regulate the
ol meats, poultry, fish, fruit
. ihles.
IS) To provide for the inspection
l" ol the sanitary con-
"f all dairies, butcher pens
ler houses where the
the same are sold wlth-
:n the i'ih limits and to provide
lies for violating such regula-
"i ; to maintain and regulate
markets.
To impose penalties on the
ints. oi agents of any
, Ii ilks, or any other
itrin inrv place, or any other
''..... which ina\ be dangerous or
lo the citlxens or their
i I" ks, after due notice, the
Mine ma\ |- remedied or removed;
1 proMil,. f, tm. ..mloslng. Im-
Pfrtlng and i-Kiil.ithin of puMIc
ground. I.. I.nxliig to the City wlth-
i the corporate limits:
"' m.i. f,.r the Imprisonment of
gainst the ordinances at
I labm on the streets or other
1 lesignaten by Ordinance
Ihe fines and cost attached
iln-' them by judicial authority
n> |,i ,t
'-I T., license, control, tax and
" '< ami sal upon the
"" sidewalks and public plnces
., '' "he city, nd to regulste,
'r'-- hi.I prohibit hawkers and
'" ,." 'I'on such streets, slde-
"'Iks ,,! p.,,,,,,. pinrM_
i;" ,'" I'" nli,. penalties for
II or any of Its Ordl-
,,', "' nj section thereof by
J.ii '",' '"""isonment In the City
J". and I,, t,,., ,h, ,.||rrtlon at
n." t,v altaihment summarily
.,"?'!, '!'" l"operty of the delln-
Vl,, -.line can be found, pro-
">hi the penalty enforced
"i in in, case exceed imprison-
"ixty vld,nE'fr,,"','"f"'r "* *n,,w,
' ,"~ "ill liewns. not Inconsistent
prpvbrions of this Charter,
Cltv ,-t ., M*>or- hlef of Police,
1' toi .I V,x Asaeswr and Col-
shall i.o _".".:;"h,,r flty Officers.
form ,n ., ,h' Powers and per-
"'n l. h* ',",,'" '"'posed upon
<": t V,*""'"1 ,'*w-
""ii win.i. ".n.rt "abllsh a fire
--'iL .h ral11 ''"> Mi <> P1*-
'h. 1. r, ruU" "nn reuUtloi for
- In .JSPeS1- "Pair of build-
- all i. 0">' *" Ctl Coiim-ll
"wv h' nl.""8" "orh Ordinance as
*-> ieae "/* '" Prtert an* sa-e-
*"v !.wUr*an, "^,," upon all nrop-
l.,i k l*,*, manaa-esl. or
'' nd eJ' "lrt '""V ontstde the
,;>' ToL" ;;r''* ""'" l" Penalties.
Mi"in* r,7"u?iU,'"* aiuawem^ts for
halt Jo*""'" *sx asse.sments.
"I"" tr, I. ** """ of Kqualls-
** 'rni .V* "elusive power and
""'-. gra.i,., r*T"*r"ctlem and r
fd.ng ,nd |m,,rovin8 of ail
LEGAL NOTICC
invaase any street
ir Uie transporla-
ortrciaht. to Con-
Bis, oanalv. basins
^u1"' ,,"" vnues and lanes,
public wharves, landings, mark*
houses, spaces, bridges, sewers
trenckes, ultchea. rulvmts, canals,'
streams, water courses, dw-k-llo^s
and the location of -u.h dock-lines,
sidewalks, curbing, public buildings
...Ml.".? *n<1 atabllsh the grades
of all highways, streets, parks, |rk-
ways, avenues, alleys and thorough-
<) To bulkhead any waterway, to
open, widen, grade, pave, repair and
otherwise improve streets ullets
avenues, boulevards, lanes and other
pifbhc Highways, and to construct
storm sewers, sanitary sewers and
other drains and sewers within and
under any street, alley, avenue, lane
OS/ other public highway, to pur-
chase, lay out and Improve parks
and parkways; to construct or pur-
chase a telephone system, and works
lor supplying said city and Its In-
habitants with water, to build suit-
able service or connecting appara-
tus betwseii all or any real estate
within the city and any sewer or
drain, or any subterranean conduit,
pipe or duct for the supply of gas,
electric energy, or water, oivneil ,.r
opeialed by the City, or about to
be constructed by the City In front
ol such premises' to erect or pur-
chase a City Hall, hospitals for the
care ur detention of the sick; jails,
market houses or other huiitUuijs.
fur municipal |.nine.sin anil lo ciulp
and furnish the Mdir. to emit
bridges, culverts a*** vluducts r#er
any waterway, railroad track, ur
other depression in or under any
street, boulevard, avenue, alley, lane
or other public highwa. u> 0on-
struct tunnels under any waterway
or railroad; to extend Its corporate
limits In the manner provided 1>v
the Lava of the State of Florida;
to construct or purchase any street
or local railway for
tlon of passengecs or
struct ship chaiine
and waterways within tne < "lt> or
Into or through any part of Blacayns
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 Govern-
ment of the 1'niteil States for aid
of the (Joverrvmrnt for such work
done, or to be done by the Govern-
ment; to construct or acquire
wharves, docks, 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 land,
riparian rights, deemed necessary
for any of the foregoing purposes,
or for any municipal purpose.
(10) To condemn, In addition to its
powers of eminent domain under the
other Laws of the State, any water,
ice. gas. power or light plant, tele-
phone system, or street or local rall-
vva>. ship channel, canal, basin,
Waterway, w'harf, dock, warehouse.
lands, submerged lands, riparian
rights or buildings Of any part
thercu/ with any and all franchises,
rights and easements thereto Itelong-
Ing or appertaining by proceeding
In the manner provided In the Laws
of Florida for the exercise of the
rights of eminent domain.
(31) To <,pei ate. maintain, repair
and extend any and all of its munic-
ipal propel ties.
Itt) To make a contract with I'aile
County, or with any person, firm
or corporation, by which a portion
of the cost of any municipal im-
provement to be owned by the City
shall be borne by such contracting
party, upon such terms ns to pay-
ment and iiilu-i ns the Council
may determine.
(33) To destroy surface pi Ivies anil
cesspools or other forms of races-
tacles for sewage, other than the
sanitary service sewers, and power
to compel property owners to con-
nect their premises with service
sewers, and In case of their re-
fusal after notice given, to author-
ise such connection to be made by
the City, and to fix a lien upon
such premises for the cost thereof,
of the same nature, and to the same
extent as tne lien for taxes, the City
mav collect such charge or lien In
the same manner In which city taxes
are Section S. VACANCIES IN COUN-
CIL: All vacancies In terms occurring
In the City Council shall be filled In
a manner and pursuant to ARTICLK
VIII, Section 11 of this Charter.
Section t. INDUCTION OF COUN-
CIL INTO OFFICE: MEETINGS OF
COUNCIL: The first meeting of each
newlv elected Council, for Induction
Into office, shall be keW at X:IMI o'clock
In the evening on the first Tuesday
following Its election, after whsrh the
Council shall meet regularly at such
times, as may be prescribed by Its
rules, but not less frequently than
twice each month. At such first meet-
Ins; the Council shall elect one of Its
members as President of the ( ouncll.
whose duties shall be to preside at all
Hi-clings of the City Couflcll. All meet-
ings of the Council shall be open lo
' 'section' 10. COUNCIL TO BE
JUDGE OF QUALIFICATIONS OF
ITS MEMBERS: The Council shall he
the Judge* of the election and qualifi-
cation of Its members and for such
purpose shall have the power to sub-
poena witnesses and require the pro-
duction of records _____..__.
Section II. RULES OF PROCEDURE;
JOURNAL: The Council shall deter-
mine Its own rules and order or bus-
iness. It shall keep a journal of Its
proceedings and the Journal shall be
open to public Inspection.
LEGAL NOTICB
Ordinance shall be read In full and,
after such reading, nil persons inter-
be h." lven an opportunity to
a^,si"e.1L.FVe?,THE,, CONSIDER.
ATION; FINAL PASSAGE: Alter such
hearing the Counrll may finally pass
such Ordinance with or without
amendment, except that If it shall
make an amendment which constitutes
o_Co"""e of b"tance. It shall not
finailly pass the Ordinance until it
shall have caused the amended sec-
tions to be posted at least once, to-
gether with a Noti. 0( the time and
place when and where such amended
ordinance will be further considered,
which publication shall be at least
ae'sn ) days prior to the time stated.
At the time so advertised or at any-
time and place nt which such meet-
ings shall be adjourned, the amended
ordinance shall be read in full and a
public hearing thereon shall be held
and after such hearing the governing
body may finally pass such amended
Oruinance, or again amend It subject
to the same conditions. The second
passage of any Ordinance pursuant to
this Charter shall be final and no fur-
ther passage shall I:
Section 1.
I.
4.
Section 12. ORDINANCES: In addi-
tion to such acts of he Council as are
required by statute or by this < barter
to be by Ordinance, every act of the
Council establishing a fine or other
penalty or providing for the expendi-
ture of funds or for the contracting of
indebtedness, shall be by OKp**?*:
The enactln-r clause of all Ordinances
shall be -THK COUNCIL Of THK
HEACH
CITY OK NORTH MIAMI
HWSS ,1H3,,A'p.-rOCEDURE TOR
PASSAGE OF ORDINANCES: FIRST
READING: Kvery Ordinance shall be
Introduced In writing In the form In
which It Is lo tre 'ir-lly PSsihmL and
after passage on first rending shell be
iKwted at City Hsll at least once to-
SStter with a* Notice of the, lme_ snd
iT.ce whenI and where It "'^ *'~n
a eohlle hearing and be considered
for final passage. The first such post-
ing- shall be at least one wwek prior
to the time advertised
section 14. SECOND
READING
equired
Stction 16. PUBLICATION OF OR-
DINANCES AFTER FINAL PASS-
AGE; PERMISSIVE REFERENDUM:
Alter final passage, every Ordinance
shall again be p,*tcd In full, and. ex-
cept as otherwise provided In this
(Jskartcr shall be subject to permissive
rajcr.-iiduin as provide,! in ARTICLK
IX ef this Charter. Every Ordinance,
unless It shall speo|ty another date,
shall become aBective as j.rov.de.1 In
AJtTlCLK II, Section :,-h U Char-
ter: or. If the Ordinance be swomrtted
at a referendum election, then upon a
favorable vote of the majority of
those voting thereon, except as other-
wise expressly pros hied in this Char-
ter.
Section 17. EMERGENCY ORDI-
NANCES: afoottuft* l->. i:i, l. K>. and
16 shall not apply to aiu Ordinance
which Is introduced at the Oouneil as
an Emergency Ordinance. Such an
Ordinance may be passed after the
second rending during the Council
Meeting at which said Emergency Or-
dinance is Introduced; provided, how-
ever, that the facts that constitute
the emergency shall he 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
w-htch neceessltates the promulgation
of Immediate law for tile safety of
life, property and health.
ARTICLE III
BUDGET
Fiscal year
Preparation and submis-
sion Of budget
Kudget a public record
Publication of Notice of
Public Hearing
5. Public Hearing on I'.udget
(. Further consideration of
Budget
7. Adoption of Budget
8. Vote required for adoption
9. I '.c. ol Final adoption;
failure to adopt
10. Effective date of Budget;
certification, copies made
available
11. Budget establishes appro-
priations
12. Budget establishes amount
to be raised by pro|sprty
tax: certification to taxing
authority-
lS. Rudget message; current
operations
H. Budget message; capital
Improvements
15. Budget mess.ice; capital
program
It. Budget message; support-
ing schedules
17. Budget
1 v Anticipated revenues
IS. Anticipated revenues com-
Sired with other years
urplus
21. Miscellaneous revenues
22. Miscellaneous revenues:
anticipated surplus from
municipal utility or other
public service enterprise
23. Miscellaneous revenues;
measure of estimates
24. Miscellaneous revenues;
receipts for special assess-
ments
IS. Miscellaneous revenues;
from new sources
2. Proposed expenditures
27. Proposed aabemlltures;
comparison With other
{ears
(own payments on capital
projects
2*. Budget summary
Section 1. FISCAL YEAR: The fis-
cal year of the City Government shall
begin on the first day of November
and shall end on the last day at
October of each calendar year. 8uch
fiscal year shall also constitute the
budget Hnd accounting year. As used
In this Charter, the lerm -Budget
Year" shall mean the fiscal year for
which anv particular budget Is adopted
and In which It Is administered.
Section 2. PREPARATION AND
SUBMISSION OF BUDGET: The
Mavor at least sixty (80) days prior
to the beginning of each budget year,
shall submit to the City Council a
budget and an explanatory budget
message In the form and with the con-
tents provided by Sections 13 and 1.
For such purpose, at such date as he
shall determine, he, or an officer
designated by him. shall obtain from
the head of each office, department or
agencv, estimates of revenue and ex-
penditure of thnt office. Department
or Agency, detailed by organisation
units and character and object of ex-
penditure, and such other supporting
data as he may ,"',.,,"p,1h>';1"
with an estimate of all capital proj-
ects pending or which such Depart-
ment head believes should be under-
taken within the budget year. In pre-
paring the budget, the Mayor shall
review the estimates, shall hold hear-
ings thereon and may revise the esti-
mates, ss he mav deem rtvlsahle
action J. BUDGET A PUBLIC
RECORD: The budget snd budget
message and all supporting aclw shall be a public record In tbe Off I. e
of the City Clerk open to public In-
spection by anvone The Mayor shall
cause sufficient copies of the budsjet
snd budret messaee to be prenared for
distribution to Interested Persons snd
shall be available to the public fjp a
period of not less thjn nilrtvlj
days prior to the period of adoption
bVe,ttsJi04mRU-l-.CAT.ON OF HO-
TICB OF PUBLIC HFARINOE: At s
meeting of the C'tv Council st which
the huds-et snd budget message ant
submitted, the Council shall deter-
mine the Place and time of the puWIe
hesrlng on the budget and shall cause
to be nowred a NMI- of the trme
and place, not less than seven (7)
days after date of posting, at which
the Council will hold a public hearing.
Section S. PUBLIC HEARING ON
BUDGET: At the time and place so
advertised, or at any time and place
to which such public hearing shall,
from time to time be adjourned, the
Council shall hold a public hearing on
the budget as submitted, at which
all interested persons shall be given an
opportunity to be heard, for or against
the estimates or any Item thereof.
Section FURTHER CONSIDER-
ATION OF BUDGET: After tbe con-
clusion 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-
Csnditures fixed by law or prescribed
>- subsections (a), (b), (r), (d), (e>.
(f). (g), i In. and (1) of Section 26. The
Council may not vary Ihe titles, de-
scriptions or conditions of administra-
tion specified in the budget. Before In-
serting ally additional item or Increas-
ing any Item of appropriation. It must
cause to be lajsled a Notice setting
forth the nature of the proposed In-
creases and fixing a time and place,
not less than five (j) days alter post-
ing at W'hich the council will hold a
public hearing thereon.
Stction 7. ADOPTION OF BUDGET:
After such further hearing the Coun-
cil may insert the additional item or
items and make the Increase or In-
creases, to the amount in each OMt
indicated by the is-isted Notice, or to
a lesser amount, but where It shall
increase the total proposed expendi-
tures. It shall also Increase the total
anticipated revenue to a t least equal
suoh total itrtuHMNMl ejtnendltures.
Section 8 ViMr*f MJbuiRED FOR
ADOPTION: *he btJSet shall be
adopted by the lavoraob- vote of at
least a majority of all the members
of the Council.
Section 9. DATE OF PINAL ADOP-
FAILURE T ADOPT: The
LEGAL NOTICI
TION;
budget shall be finally adopted no',
later than the l'.th doy of the last
month of the fiscal year S*hould the
Council take nn final action on or
prior to such day, the budget, as sub-
mitted, shall he deemed lo have been
finally adopted by the Council.
Section 10. EFFECTIVE DATE OF
BUDGET; CERTIFICATION: COP-
IES MADE AVAILABLE: Upon final
adoption, the budget shall be in effect
for the budget year. A copy of the
budget as finally adopted, shall be cer-
tified by the Mayor and City Clerk,
and filed In the office of the City
Clerk. The budget so certified shall be
printed, mimeographed or otherwise
reproduced and sufficient copies there-
of shall bo made available for the use
of all offices, departments 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 be-
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: From the
effective date of the budget, the
amount slated therein as the amount
to be raised by property tax shall con-
stitute a determination of the amount
of levy for the pun*>sea of the City,
In the corresponding tax year. A copy
Of the budget as finally adopted shall
be certified by the Mayor and filed by
him with the Officer, Board or Com-
mission whose duty It shall be to
levy such taxes for the corresponding
tax year.
Section 13. BUDGET MESSAGE;
CURRENT OPERATIONS: The bud-
get message submitted by the Mayor
to the Council shall be explanatory of
the budget, shall contain an outline
of the proposed financial policies of
the City for the budget year ami Shall
describe In connection therewith the
Important features of the budget plan.
It shall set forth the reasons for
salient changes from the previous
year In cost and revenue Items and
shall explain any major changes In
financial policy.
Section 14. BUDGET MESSAGE;
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS: As a
part of the budget message, with re-
lation to the proposed expenditures for
down payments anil other proposed
expenditures for capital projects
stated In the budget, the Mayor shall
Include a statement of pending capital
projects and proposed new capital
projects relating the respective
amounts proposed to be raised there-
for by appropriation In the budget and
the respective amounts If any. pro-
posed to he raised therefor by the Issu-
ance of bonds during the budget year
Section 15. BUDGET MESSAGE:
CAPITAL PROGRAM: The Ma\or
shall also Include In the message, or
attach thereto, a capital program of
proposed capital projects for the next
fiscal year next succeeding the budget
year, prepared by the planning Com-
mission, or other authority, together
with his comments thereon and any
estimates of rosts prepared by the de-
partment of public works or other
office, department or agency For the
use of said authority, In preparing
such capital program, copies of the
departmental estimates of capital
projects, filed with the Mayor, pur-
suant to Se. lion 2 of this Article.
Shall be filed with the Commission.
Section It. BUDGET MESSAGE:
SUPPORTING SCHEDULES: Attach-
ed to the budget message shall be
such supporting schedules, exhibits.
and other explanatory material. In
respect to both current operations and
capital Improvements, as the Major
shall Iselleve useful to the Council.
section 17. BUDGET: The budeet
shall provide a complete financial plan
for the budget year. It shall contain a
tabular form:
(a) General summary
(b) Detailed estimates of all antici-
pated revenues applicable to
pi oposed expenditures
(r) All proposed expenditures
The total of such anticipated revenues
shall enual the total of such proposed
expenditures.
Section ANTICIPATED REV.
ENUES: Anticipated revenues shall
he classified as "surplus". "Miscel-
laneous Revenues", and "Amount to
be raised by Property Tax"; mlsrel-
laneoos revenue shall be sub-classi-
fied by sources and shall be esti-
mated ns prescribed In Sections 21 to
5 of this Article.
Section *. ANTICIPATED REV-
ENUES COMPARED WITH OTHER
YEARS: In parallel columns opposite
the several Hems of antlclnated rev-
enues there shall be nlaeed the amount
of si>"h lt?m In the budeet of tbe last
completed fiscal year, tbe amounts of
such Items actually received during
the vesr. the amount of each such
Item In the budget of the current fis-
cal year and the amount actually re-
ceived to the time of preparing the
budget plus receipts fer tne remulnuer
of the current fiscal year estimated as
accurately as may be.
Section 2J. SUHPL.US: Surplus shall
Include:
(a) Revenue receipts made avail-
able by the iausmg of unencum-
bered appropriation balances at
the beginning of the buuget year.
(b) Receipts irom unanticipated-
miscellaneous revenues ol the
preceding fiscal year.
(c) Receipts from anticipated mis-
cellaneous revenues of the pre-
ceding year in excess of the esti-
mates in the budget.
(d) Receipts during the previous fis-
cal year fnun taxes or liens
against which a complete re-
serve has been established.
Section 21. MISCELLANEOUS REV-
ENUE: Miscellaneous levenues shall
Include anticipated revenues from the
olio iion of tuxes other than the gen-
eral property tax; the amount of
State aiu to be leceived; the amount
by which the City is expected to bene-
tIt from taxes collected by the Stale;
the umounts estimated to be received
from services and sales, fines and for-
feitures, pension assessments special
assessments and other special or non-
recui ring sources.
Section 22. MISCELLANEOUS REV-
ENUES: ANTICIPATED SURPLUS
FROM MUNICIPAL UTILITY OR
OTHER PUBLIC SERVICE ENTER-
PRISE: The anticipated revenues and
proposed expenditures of each utility
or other public service enterprise
owned or operated, by the City, shall
be stated in a separate section of the
budget (each bearing the name of the
utility); and as to each such utility,
an anticipated surplus. If legally avail-
able for general purposes, shall be
slated as an item of miscellaneous
revenue In the budget.
Section 23 MISCELLANEOUS REV-
ENUE; MEASURE OF ESTIMATES:
No miscellaneous revenue from any
source shall be included as an anti-
cipated revenue in the budget In an
amount In excess of the average of
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 year plus that to be
received In the remaining Iwo months
of the year estimated aa accurately
as may be, unless the Mayor shall de
lermlne that the facts clearly war-
rant the expectation that such excess
amount will actually be realized in
cash during the budget year and
shall certify such determination in
writing to the Council.
Section 24. MISCELLANEOUS REV-
ENUES; RECEIPTS FROM SPECIAL
ASSESSMENTS: Revenues from th
collei tlon of special assessments on
iiroperty specially betiefitted shall not
ie stated In an amount which is in
excess of the amount of the receipts
so derived which it Is estimateil will
be held In cash on the first day of
the budget year.
Section 25. MISCELLANEOUS
REVENUES: FROM NEW SOURCES'.
No revenue from a new source not
previously stated in the budget shall
be included unless the Mayot shall
determine that the facts ch.uiy war-
i.ini th. ex|.....tatlon that such revenue
will be actually realised in cash dur-
ing the budget year in the amount
stated and -hall certify such determin-
ation In writing to the Council. If the
new revenue Is to be received from
the State, the anticipated amount
shall not ezosed the amount which
the proper office of the State shall
declare In writing to be the amount
which may reasonably be anticipated
in the budget yogi
Section 26. PROPOSED EXPEN-
DITURES: The proposed expendlturei
shall be Itemised in such form and to
such extent as shall be provided by
law. and In the ab-ence of such pro-
vision, by regulations established by
Ordinance Separate provisions shall
be Included In the budget for nt least:
la) Interest, amortisation, and re-
demption charges on Ihe public debt
w'hich the faith and credit of the
City is pledged
(b) Other statutory expenditures.
The payment of all Judgments,
(d) The amount by which the tetal
receipts of miscellaneous revenues
in the last completed fiscal year
failed to equal the total of the
budget estimates of receipts from
miscellaneous revenues for that year,
(el An amount equal to the aggre-
Jate of all taxes levied for the third
Iscal year prior to the budget year
which are delinquent and outstand-
ing on the toth day prior to the
beginning of the budget year, except
to the extent the City may have
made provision therefor by reserv-
ing the full amount of said delln-
?uent taxes,
f) An amount equal to the aggre-
gate of all cancellations, remissions,
abatements and refunds of taxes
that have been made during the cur-
rent fiscal year.
(g) An amount equal to the aggre-
gate of all special revenue notes
which It Is estimated will be out-
standing at the end of the current
year in anticipation of the collection
of revenues other than the property
tax.
(h) An amount equal to the nggre-
r.-ate of all emergency notes which it
a estimated *ill be outstanding at
the end of the current year.
(I) If the City Is required to make
up the deficit arising from the oper-
ations of utility or other publla
service enterprises, an amount equal
to the deficit from such operations
during the last completed fiscal year,
separately stated for each utility or
other public service enterprise which
appears In a separate section of
the budget
(j) Administration, operation and
maintenance of each Office, Depart-
ment or Agency of the City Itemised
by character snd object of expendi-
ture.
(k) Contingent expense in an
amount not more than three per
centum of the total amount stated
Eursuant to subaection (J) of this
ection.
ill Expenditures proposed for capi-
tal projects, including provisions for
down payments on capital projects
ag required by Sn-tion 28 of this
Article
Section 27. PROPOSED EXPENDI-
TURES: COMPARISON WITH
OTHER YEARS: In parallel columns
opposite the several Items of pro-
posed expenditures, there shall be
placed the amount of each such Iteag
In the budget of the last complete!!
fiscal year, the amount of such items
actually expended during such year,
the amount of each such Item In the
budget of the current year, and the
amount actually expended to the time
of prenaring the "nudget nlns the
expenditures for the remainder of



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PAGE 14 B +Jmis*rhrkKan FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE .111: "i the petition. Attached to eitch separate petition paper there shall be an affidavit I>I the circulator thereof that he, and he only, personally circulated the foregoing papei, that it bears the staled number of signatures, that all the signatures appenued thereto were made in his presence, and that tie believes them to be the Genuine signatures of the persons whose names they purport to be. Section 5. FILING. EXAMINATION AND CERTIFICATION OF PETITIONS: All petition papers comprising an initiative or referendum petition shall be assembled and tiled with the City Clerk as one instrument. Within twenty (21)) days after a petition is filed, the City Clerk shall determine whether each paper of the petition has a proper statement of the circulator, whether the petition is signed by a sufficient number of qualified electors. The City Clerk shall attach thereto an affidavit signed by the Circulator thereof, if a petition paper is found to be signed by more persons than the number of signatures certified by the circulator, the last signature in excess of the number rertiied shall be disregarded. If a petition paper is found to be signed by fewer persons than the number certified, the signatures shall be accepted unless void on other grounds. After completing his examination of the petition, the City Clerk shall certify the result thereof to the Council at its next regular meeting. If he shall certify that the petition is Insufficient he shall set forth in his certificate the particulars in which it is defective and shall at onc€ notify the Committee of the Petitioners of his findings. Section 6. AMENDMENT OF PETI. TIONS: An Initiative or referendum petition may be amended at any time within ten (|ii) days after notification of Insufficiency has been sent by the City Clerk, by filing a supplementary petition upon additional papers signe.i and filed as provided in ease of an original petition. The City Clerk shall, within five (6) days after such an amendment is filed, make examination "f the amended petition and. If the I etltlon is still Insufieieiit. he shall file his certificate to that effect In Ms office and notify the Committee of the petitioner! of his findings and no further action shall be had on such insufficient petition. The finding of the insufficiency of a petition shall not prejudice the fling of a new petition lor the same purpose. Section 7. EFFECT OF CERTIFI. CATION OF REFERENDUM PETI. TION: When a referendum petition, • r amended petition, .is defined in Section 6 of tins Section, has been certified ai sufficient by the Cltj Clerk, the Ordinance specified in the petition shall not go into effect, or further action thereunder shall I suspended. If it shall have gone into effect, until and unless approved by the electors, as hereinafter provided. Section 8. CONSIDERATION BY COUNCIL: Whenever the Council re%  elvea a certified initiative or referendum petition from tile I'uy Clerk, it %  ball proceed at one,t nalder such petition. A proposed initiative ordinance shall be read, and provision Shall be made for a public hearing upon the proposed ordinance. The Council shall take final action on the 'refinance not later than sixty (6(1) days after the date on which such Ordinance shall be reconsidered by the Council anil Its final vote Upon such reconsideration shall be upon the juestlon, •shall the Ordinance sped: ed in the Referendum 1'etitlon be Repealed?' Section 9. SUBMISSION TO ELECTORS: If the Council shall fail to past an ordinance proposed by Initiative j etltion, or shall pass ft in a form different from that set forth in the Petition therefor, or if the Council fail to repeal a referred ordinance, the proposed or referred ordinance shall be submitted to the elei tors at large. not less than thirty (30) dais. more than sixty (tin) days from the date the Council takes its final vote thereon. Tlie Council may. in its discretion, and If no regular election is to be heiii within such period, provide lor a special election. Section 10. FORM OF BALLOT FOR INITIATED AND REFERRED ORDINANCES: Ordinances submitted to vote of the .lectors in accordance with the initiative and referendum piovisions of this Charter shall be submitted by ballot title, which shall be prepared in all cases by th.Department id i.aw ur nthei principal bgui adviser of the City. The ballot title mav be different from the legal title Ol am such initiated or referred ordinance and shall be a clear, com Is* statement, without argument or pn ludli e, Iptlve of th,. substance of such ordinance, Th.ballot used in voting Upon any ordinance if a paper ballot, shall have below the ballot title the following propositions, one above the other. In the order indicated. "For The Ordinance" and "Against the Ordinance-' Immediately at the left of each proposition there shall be a square in which by making a cross (X) the elector may vote for or against the Ordinance. Any number of ordinances may be voted on at the same .lection and may be submit led on the same ballot but any paper ballot used for voting thereon shall be for that purpose onlv. If voting mac hin.s are used, the ballot title of any ordinance shall have i.elow it th,. same two propositions one above the other, or one preceding the other in the order indicated find the elector shall be given an opportunity to vote for either of the two propositions and thereby to vote for or against the ordinance. Section 11. AVAILABILITY OF LIST OF QUALIFIED ELECTORS: If any organization or group requests it for the purpose of circulating the descriptive matter relating t„ the Ordinance to be vol in, the Board r Elections, ..r the City Clerk or other orrice. department or agency of the City having the list „r qualified electors, shall either permit such organization or group to COP) the names and addresses of the qualified elect** or lurnish it with a list thereof, within ten (in) days from said re.piest Section 12. RESULTS OF ELEC 10. II. 12. 13. ARTICLE X TAX ADMINISTRATION Section 1. Division of Assessment :.'. Property subject to Tax; method of Assessment 3. Hoard of Assessment Review 4. Hoard of Assessment ReView: powers and duties 5. Public Hearings on complaints f>. Appeal to Courts 7. Division of Collections .s. Collector's Ilond s. Taxes payable when due Preparation and Delivery of Tax Hills Extension of Tax for current vear on Assessment Rolls Description of Tax Hill Office of AssessorCollector Section 1. DIVISION OF ASSESSMENTS: There shall be established III the Department of Finance a Division of Assessment, the head of which shall be the Cltv Assessor. Section 2. PROPERTY SUBJECT TO TAX; METHOD OF ASSESSMENT: All real and personal property within the City, not expressly exempted by law, shall be subject to annual taxation at its true value. The A— %  sor shall begin the work of assessing real and personal property on and as of the first day of Januarv of each fiscal year on or before the fust day of July of each fiscal year, he shall present to the Director of I-'in.inc.. an assessment roll of the propert) taxable within the City, together with i true copy thereof to be known as the Assessors duplicate. The assessment roil shall i... available for public Inspection during the period from the loth day of July to the lath day ol August. Section 3. BOARD OF ASSESS MENT REVIEW: There shall be i Hoard of Assessment Review to be composed ol the City Council sitting specifically for that purpose. Section 4. BOARD OF ASSESMENT REVIEW; POWERS AND DUTIES: The Board of Assessment Review shall have the power to (a i Review on complain) of propert) OWnelS assessments lol the |.'|l|.o-c of taxation ,,f real ami personal property within the City made by the City Assessor. ib i Administer I Mths id Take Testimony id) Hold Heatings HI Adopt regulations regarding the procedure ol Assessment Review. Section 5. PUBLIC HEARINGS ON COMPLAINTS: Beginning with the 15th day ol August ot each fiscal year, ami as |..ng thereafter a.ma) benecessary, the City Council, sitting as a Board of Assessment IteVleW shall hear and determine (he complaint of any person in relation to the a--. inent loll Complaints to the Hoard ol Assessment Review shall be in writing and under oath. Hut the procedui Section 1. DEFINITIONS: As used in (his Charter, unless tin context clearli requires some other meaning. (•) -cost oi Service means all isonablc and necessary expenses. taxi cud other in b arges, and a return of six pel centum l%), "' the actual aveiage annual %  "si of i % %  sarv total capital I" 'he utility, upon the" net capital Investment In ti ise ,.f utilities operating within the franchise terms of this Charter, or, in (he a f othel utilities. II|H.|I the net capital Investment ther fair rate l... .,.detenu I by negotiations. arbitration or litigation; "s "'" result In economy or Improvement 111 sc! V ,c c. and It I1IUV issue such orders with respect to safety and other matters as ma) be necess.uv or desirable tor the community. (Z) Fix the rates to be charged by the Utility for tile different classes of service and reserve to the City the power to levlse such lates at the end of each calendar or fiscal vear. Such rates shall be sufficient to ever the cost of service as defined III Section 1 of this Article. i :i Reserve to th.City the right, at any tune aftei five i..) v.-ars. to revoke the franchise and pulcllase all the properties of tinutllit) at a puri has. j.ri, ,• equal to the net capital Investment, or as to am property Included in the purchase for which the lot capital Investment Is not Racer lain.chic from the accounts, at the estimated actual cost less a. I riled cl pi.c latlon. (bi No franchise shall be transferred hereafter by an> ullhtv to anolhe without the approval of ti,.City, ami aa i ondltlon to such approval all the terms and condition,., this Section rfan'chi* '"'""'•'• %  ">•• transferred Section 4. RATE BASEVAI HA T,0N BOARD: I, net capUal tnvart lent is not accepted ath. rate bis both the < Ity and the Council and ;\," '",""'• I 1 1 "-; rendering service within the i ny but not operating within th.franchise ten,,of this Ar..'.l..' Olty'S agency for public utilities, referred loin Section 6 of this nil % !K "•*"' ; -"" "Kb such utility f,„ the purpose of establishing TION: If a majority of the electors at large voting on a proposed Initiative ordinance shall vote in favor thereof. it shall, thereupon, be an Ordinance wi I'i Clt i'' A r 'rred Ordinance which s not approved by a majorltv of the electors voting thereon shall, thereupon be deemed repealed If conflicting ordinances are approved by the electors at the same election the one receiving the greatest number of afirmative votes shall prevail to the extent of such conflict. Justice as simply as possible Hearings upon complaints shall be held in the older received and as promptly after the filing thereof, as possible, and the determination of the Board of Assessment Kevlew shall be made within ten . ihe result, if lung and reaand th,issistance to the Agenny, of smh negotl" nl >t •" agreement with !" wi I 1 '""-; ""' -hall prosecute be prosecuted all %  i i ause f.ween W^ £* £opon,on through rate reductions applicable to the sui .ceding year. Section 6. RECORDS AND PROCEEDING:.: iai Tin' Council shall establish or designate an Agency of the City Government which snail assemble the factwhich are essential to propel determination of cost of service and the fixing ol reasonable rates. .Such agen,v .-hall have and keep up to date an inventor.v of the property used In public service, (he cost of such properties as actually and reasonably Inclined or as fixed bv appraisal, additions and retirements made each year, the depreciation, and all matters that enter into the periodical readjustment of the rate base. II shall have power to make, and shall conduit, all Inspections and examinations of public utility proper ties, accounts and records necessary or appropriate to carry out the provisions of this Charter. At the close of each calendar or fiscal year. It shall make a cmnpiehenaive report and recommendation to the Mayor and the Council. The Mayor shall thereupon make separate recommendations to the Council, which, after receiving them, may proceed with Informal negotiations or with formal proceedings. Every public utility operating within the City shall furnish to such AgcnC) regular i.|Hirts as to capital outlay, property retirements, operating revenues, operating expenses, taxes and other accounting matters according to the standard accounting classic ficatloii Issued for such utilities by the State Public I'tillties Commission. In addition the City may require reports regarding salaries, wages, employees, contracts, service performance, and all other records of operation that pertain to proper rats adjustments on the basis of facts and regular administration. (b) TinAgency established or designated by the Council shall also make appropriate efforts to obtain proper annual revision of rates of pilvate utilities which do not operate under the franchise terms of this Chaiter. and which are not subject to municipal regulation by General Haw. it may Initially obtain proper surveys of operating expenses, taxes and other charges, and of the net capital Investment in (lie properties used In public service Within the City, and thereupon maendeavor, through negotiations with the utility, (o obtain proper rate adjustments. The determination of a rate baa* .-had be made as set forth in Section 4 of this Article. If It cannot obtain due agi e.-ment It shall file a complaint and petition to the Slate 1'ubllc Flint) Commission for a formal rate Inquiry. In such .proceedings It shall represent the consumers at large and shall prepare and present In due legal form all the evidence with respei I t si of service and other elements as repined in the public 111leie.-t It shall obtain all requisite data for successive rate revisions, and at the end of each calendar or fiscal ve.u it shall endeavor to secure anv revision of rates indicated by the showlug of facts, and If necessary shall P'cc d again with a request for formal Inquiry by the State 1'ubllc Utilities Commission. Section 7. RECAPTURE: Whenever the Council shall determine, and In accordance with the franchise terms, the City may purchase the properties of a privately owned public utility, and may Include In such purchase properties located outside as well as within the City. The purchase price shall n "t •*< d the net capital Investment, or the rate base, established as herein described, rot any properties Included In the purchase for which such net capital Investment had not been provided f„r by previous franchise grants. The City may also condemn any pubHe utility properties pursuant to the general condemnation provision of this Charter. The cost of proceedings for acquisition of private properties by purchase or by condemnation shall be paid in the first Instance by the private utility, but shall be Included in the pn. .• oi aw.ci.l paid by the City Section 8. ESTABLISHMENT OF MUNCIPALLY OWNED AND OPERATED UTILITIES: The Cltv shall have th. power to own and operate My'Public ui, lit v. t„ construct and Install ail fac iiiti.-s that are reasonabli needed, and to i.-ase or pur, base anv existing utllit) properties used anil useful in public service. The Cltv mav also fm in. h s.rvne In adjacent null n.aii.v communities which mav be '"hvenientiv and economically served b he municipally owned ami operw,',". s''"' U %  S I,J "" "' Mreentents with su.h communities and subject to ibprovisions of 8tate*Law. Council nay provide b. ordinance for the establish,,,,.,,, o M1 ,„ „,„„ anc| h(|| a ,' i.'.l.r. I"";"'"'' "< appioved a( a pop,, a. referendum; provided, however, that an Ordinance providing for % !" > x 'on, enlargement, or Improvement ,.f an existing utility may ttel of general muterest to rate reduction. for promotion of ut I H ', l l ':' r,, '-ul r |J advancement of the e..,, '""1 In* Ola! interests of the |.„*"""' and £j utility shall not bl ,,'' '.''"".'".v ThJ benefit of other mu d / '.' '" %  tkl and shall not be use ir,, ,, Um llo "l directly as a general r, v. n y r '"4 Ing agency for the c t''%" f r ** d u'*. ""less '""•' %  •nt ,|, v J ,r *""nce. adopt ::ril:;;,i!V i I n,a\s^d ,, a'm'or!ps\,^ annual profit, above bond liiproceeding, civil or criminal, l* na S^s A '" d ** Section 1. ASSESSMENT AND COLLECTIONS IN FIRST FISCA'I YEAR: The first fiscal yea I ueatskl ll.hed by Section 1, Article 'in ££? Charter, shall begin on the first of November and shall end on the l„il day of October of each calendar V",i Section 2. RIGHTS OF OFFICEBII AND EMPLOYEES PRESERVEoH .Nothing in this Charter i.nt.iined n.T cent as specifically provided, ',haj| affect or Impair the right,,„d pr | v !P ileges of Officers or Employees of ih.l city or of any Office, Departmsat ,rl Agency existing at the tune when thiil t barter shall take effect, oi any nrn.l vision of law in force at the time thill Charter shall take affect, and not | n -| consistent with the provisions of thiil Charter In relation to personnel, p.r polntments, ranks, grades, tenure ,,r| office, promotion, removal, ptnilogl apd retirement rights, civil rights, url any other rights or prlvlfegea ol ufh-i cers or Kmployees of the city or ann office. Department or Agency tht-rt-r of. Section S. CONTINUANCE OPl PRESENT OFFICERS: All per*,iu| holding administrative office at the I time this Charter takeeffect, ahall continue In office and In ihe parformance of their duties until provision shall have been made in accors-l a n.e herewith for the po foimance oil such duties, or the discontinuance oil such office. The powers conferred anil the duties Imposed upon any Office,! Department, or Agency of the City byl the latws of this State shall, if such I OffU-e. Department or Agency of thai City be abolished by this Charter, <>r| under its authority, be thei.nfier exerdsed and discharged by the Offlct, liepartment or Agency desntnaled byl (he ('ouncll unless otherwise ptuvidpll herein. Section 4. STATUS OF OFFICERS | AND EMPLOYEES HOLDING POSITIONS WHEN CHARTER TAKEI EFFECT: Any person holding aal office or position in Ihe c'la.-sifiei Service of the City when (his I'luu-trrl takes effect who shall have served ii | such position for at least a [>erto41 of three months, shall be retain* I without preliminary or Working tests I and shall thereafter be subject In an I respects to the provisions of this I Charier. Other persons In the ('llf I service at the time this Chatter take) effect shall be regarding cs h.ilillnt their positions under the provisional | appointments. Section TRANSFER, OF RECORDS AND PROPERTY: All reconlll property and equipment whatsoavsfl of any Office, Depart men I or AgemT I or part thereof, all the powers anal duties which are assigned !•• any "'" rf office, I*eiinrtutent or Agenc) hv this [ Charter, shall be transferred and delivered tO the Office. I i.-pai (ment of | Agency to which such powi and "" ties are so assigned. If par] of tn powers and duties of anv i iffice. I*partineiit or Agency or part therent | are. by this Charter, assigned to another office, liepartment or Ageni %  ). all records, property and e.|iili>nn ni relating exclusively then'., shall '* transferred and delivered to the ciii". Department or Agency to which powers and duties are s ilgnsd OF Section 6. CONTINUITY 01 OFFICES, DEPARTMENTS OR AO ENCIES: Any Office, r>partment <*\ Agency provided for In this I hart" with a name, or with powers ana*" ties the same or gubsUntlsBf '• same as those of an Office, '*.*/L merit or Agency heretofore ei !" shall be deemed to be a contlnsaUW of such office. Departroeni ot A "'r' and shall exercise Its powers and •> ties In continuation of their r*" by the Office, Depaitmcm ol A T' by which the same were h exercised and shall have coiiilniie any business. |in ..the, matter within the si regular powers and duties i by any office. Department bv which such powers ahd (I heretofore exercised. Anv p anv Law. Kule. ItefUlaOon Irani or any other decun Ing (.. such a formerly existing '" I'.i.artment or Agency shall, so. as Is not Inconsistent with the l' iu ., -ionof this Charter, npplv w office, Deiwitment or Agenc ape powar i eed ng> a A "f '" unienceS ,r Ages" ,, vision l cntrart,n( reUtso fa' I ;,r0Vl, sues I provlded for by this Charter Qf Section 7. CONTINUANCE o CONTRACTS AND PUBLIC '£ PROVEMENTS: All contracts •"**, Into by the City, or for its ••sj^, prior to the taking effect "' •'' '' an l ter, shall continue In full ''''hi''* effect. Public Improvements '"' legislative steps have been %  '*" ,|„| der law or Charter provisions i ",,„., at the time this Charter ',"";,. nf ,rmay be carried to completion as ly aa practicable In sconl.in „, the provisions of such ""J". exl..,. provisions of sum < %  % % %  •_-^Q. and charter provisions; as "J; nlc |pal pie. as It relates to the %  $ % waterworks system, %  •" %  ?•* "An Act re-enacting Chnpt,' *-Special Acts of *l" rM "--'A(iV0N* Section g. PKNDINO ACT" ^ -1 cvlO



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*: PAGE 2 A *Jewls!Jtrk^' 1 Rabbi Miller to be Principal Speaker at GM Rally Honoring Mrs. Roosevelt Here Rabbi Irving Miller, president of the Zionist Organization of America and one of the country's bestknown Jewish leaders, will be principal speaker at the General Mobilization rally of the Combined Jewish Appeal on Thursday, February 18th. Rabbi Millet will share the platform with Mrs Eleanor Roosevelt to help launch the Combined Jewish Appeal throughout Dade County at the kickoff meeting in the I)i Lido Hotel. Campaign chairman Aaron M. Kanner has announced that Rabbi Miller will describe his recent trip to Israel where he participated in important discussions with Israel's top leadership. In their conferences, they appraised the young nation's immediate problems in the fields of housing, border tensions and relief and medical programs ior the thousands of newcomers to the infant democracy. Dignitaries from the Greater Miami area in the fields of government, religion, welfare and education will act as a reception committee to welcome Rabbi Miller and Mrs. Roosevelt and to express the community's appreciation for their unselfish devotion to the emergent needs of the 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal. Nine area chairmen will direct the mass solicitation activities I throughout the county commencing j February 18th. Named to these! major positions in t h e "biggest neighborhood drive in the C.I A history" are Mrs. Irene Becker and Mrs. William Kneapler. co-chairmen, Hialeah; Stanley c. Myers, i oral Gables; Irving Lax. FlaglerGranada: Mrs Fred Blank, North Dade: Louis Wallace a n d Jacob Rabbi Irving Miller Plitt, co-chairmen, North Miami! Beach: George Chcrtkof. Miami; George J. Talianoff. Miami Beach; Sidney Peckett, South Miami-Home Stead; and Nelson S Chaplin. West Miami. The area chairmen have been hard at work during the past few Hebrew School Slates Siyum Hatorah Here Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will hold a Siyum Hatorah on Sunday evening. February 7th. at 7 p.m. Rabbi Simon April, spiritua leader and president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, will officiate, assisted by Cantor Berele Kelemer. H. M. Drewich. president, will ?ive the welcoming address. Also participating will be Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Israel, and Judge Norman R. Lyons. A reception will follow. Chairmen of the committee in charge of arrangements are Samuel Herman and Samuel D. Winn, assisted by Adolph Feldman. Jacob Raubfoge), Samuel Reinhard and Alex Stahl. Mrs. Benjamin Sokoloff is chairman of refreshments. weeks setting up their volunteer solicitation units. They have asked men and women to come forth and offer their services in the General Mobilization division in oroer to reach the many thousand-, of new ,lewi>h residents who have cahlisbed their homes here since last year's campaign. Kabbi Miller is a noted pulpit and radio speaker, appearing frequently on such nationwide programs as ABC networks' Message Of Israel At present, he is the spiritual leader of the Congregation Sons of Israel, Wiiodmcre. rnew York. L'pon the death in 1949 of Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, founder and first president of the American Jewish Congress, Rabbi Miller was the unanimous choice ot Congress members as h s successor. He was a delegate to the founding session of the Worid Jewish Congress and is a member of its executive cum mittee. During World War II. liahbi Miller earned an international reputa tion as secretary-general of the World Jewish Congress, undertaking many important missions on behalf of European Jewr> threatened by Nazism One ot the nation's foremost orators and welfare leaders. Kabbi Miller is a member of the National Campaign Cabinet of the United Jewish Appeal and I vice presides of the United Jewish Appeal ol Greater New York. He is also a member ol the national executive committee oi the United Israel Appeal. For many yearan eloquent and dedicated champion ol the Zionist ideal, Rabbi Miller was elected to t h e Actions Committee ol the World Zioni^i Organization at the ; Zionist Congress in 1930 and i, elected in lMti. GM Division leaden will shortlj announce Hu openinj ol several area campaign headquarters, manned b> volunteer workers, from v inch stream lined campaigns will be conducted covering their specific neighborhoods. "In this waj each and every Jewish family will have an opportunity to participate in their particular neighborhood campaign. explained Kanner "However, if a solicitor is unable (0 reach you. please cooperate by making your pledge without being asked, becaiist thousands in .iced around the world depend upon it." Kanner urged. There will be n 0 admission charge to the community rally at the I)i Lido Hotel, but tickets, obtainable at the Federation offices, will be required. Reinhard, Waldman Named Co-Chairmen Of Yeshiva Dinner Joseph Waldman, local hotel owner and nationally known religious leader, has been named cochairman of the Yeshiva Torah Vodaath dinner scheduled for March 7th. at the Victor Hotel. Samuel Reinhard, chairman of the dinner which will be a testimonial in honor of David Levinson, said In announcing the appointment. Kabbi Waldman has been loni associated with Torah Vodaath, I Theological Seminary of some 1.500 students coming from more than 22 countries In accepting the co-chairmanslnp. Rabbi Waldman stated. "Torah Vodaath has been in existence tor over 40 years and has graduated more than 200 Rabbis now occupying important pulpits throughout the country. This Institution deserves the support of every traditional Jew in our community who is concerned with the survival of our people." Rabbi P. Briskman. Professor of Talmud at Torah Vodaath. added that "in addition to the four buildings comprising the Seminary. Torah Vodaath also maintains a camp in Ferndale. New York, a school of high learning in Spring Valley and a home for Yemenite children in Jerusalem." FRIDAY. FERRira^. NO SALT but what f/avoJ Foreign Language Week Marked at University The Bureau of Jewish Education is joining with the University of Miami in celebrating a week ot promotion of foreign languages at the University entitled, America Awakens To Foreign Language Needs. On Wednesday. February 17th. at 7 p.m.. a panel discussion will be held in the reading room below Beaumont Lecture Hall. The panelists consisting of Herbert Berger, Dr. Joseph Hurwitz and Louis Sch wartzman will discuss: Why Teach Hebrew. The panel will be supplemented with a special film showing of A Culture Reborn. Dr. Berjhold Fried! is chairman of Foreign Language Week. The Panid on February 17th is open to the general public Meeting in Memory Of Dr. Marx is Held NEW YORK — A meeting in memory of the late Professor Alexander Marx. Director of Libraries and Jacob H. Schift. Professor of History at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, was held at the Seminary Monday, it was announced by Dr. Louis L. Finkelstein. Chancellor of the Seminary. Participating in the meeting to honor the world-famous scholar who died December 26. 1953 were Dr. Salo W. Baron. Professor of Jewish History. Literature and Institutions and Director of the Center of Israeli Studies at Columbia I Diversity; Dr Mordecai M. Kaplan, Professor of Philosophies of Religion at the Seminary; Dr. Simon Greenberg. Vice Chancellor of the Seminary; and Dr. Finkelstcin AUTO LOCK WHOLESALE DAY WORKEBS S6 and Fart Natal Main Tartars I Catered Maids-Port That | TUwa m Private HVOM ACE EMPLOYMENT 117 N.fc. lot Ay*. pn( No Ch.rg. to ^33totf> 350 Lincoln Road Massanina — Phona S-SMj Entrance on Washington At, OCULISTS Prescriptions Filled Lenses and FKUSM Duplicated Large Selection in J Styles to irih! 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PAGE 12 B I ^^Ut nrridiar FRIDAY, FEBRUARY LEGAL NOTICE City, eaoh of which Khali be designated Special Revenue Note (or the year ." (stating the budget year). Such notes may be renewed i i time t, time, imt all MIIII notes, together with the renewal*! shall mature ami oe paid not later than the end "i the fiscal year after the budget year in whiah tinoriginal m>te .-hall have been issued. Section 23. NOTES REDEEMABLE PRIOR TO MATURITY: No notes Khali he ma.lv parable on demand, hut an) note may he made subject to redemption primto matin ItJ •", such notice an.l at such time as may lie stated In the note. Section 24. SALE OF NOTES; REPORT OF SALE: All notea Issued pursuant to this Article ma) be sold at not less than par ami accrued Interesl at private sale, without previous advertlsemenl i>> the Director <•: l-'inaic • • Section 25. PAYMENT OF NOTES: The power and obligation of the Cits to pay any ami all notes hereaftei Issued by it pursuant to this Article shall be unlimited ami tin Clt) shall lev) ad valorem taxes on all tintaxable properly within the Clt) (or the payment of such notes and Interest thereon without limitation ol rate pi amount. The faith and credit of the City hereby pledged (or tin' payment of the principal of and interest on all i otes of nocity hereafter lasueil pursuant to this Article, whether or not such pledge instated in the notea ARTICLE VII PLANNING, ZONING, HOUSING, SLUM CLEARANCE AND BLIGHTED AREAS Section l. Planning Commission: i irganlsatlbn 2. Planning Commission; Term of (iffice: Vacancies :;. Planning Commission; Powers ami Duties I. Director of Planning 5. Application for Resonlng Zoning Board of Appeals 7 The Master Plan v Adoption of tinMaster Plan 9. Legal effect of tinMast, r Plan in. Platting or Subdivision Control ll. Regulations governing subdivision of land 15. Tentative approval of Plata 13. Lines of mapped Streets If. Official Map 13. Modification of Official Map 16. Buildings on Mapped Streets 17. Hearings on buildings on Mapped Streets IS. Legal effect of official M .|, is. Zoning (irdlnam ••i'i. Powers of Council in slum Clearance and Rehabilitation of Blighted Areas 21. I'lnns for slum Clearance :':'. Blighted Anas 33. Housing "4. Housing Authority :'".. Approval of planning Commission ill. Powers of Council in Kcplannlng ami Development of neighborhoods and disaster areas 27. Neighborhood Replanning and Redevelopment :">. Disaster Areas L':'. Procedure for Adoption %  >' %  Plans by Council Section 1 PLANNING COMMISSION: ORGANIZATION: Then -hall be a Clt) Planning. CommhnVon which shall consist of rive ci members who shall I..appointed by thCouncil, lion, of whom shall hold an) otnei public Office or position |n the city. The Mayor -hall serve ..ex offlclo member of the commission. The Com• liaslon -'..,|| elect its Chairman from among the apiwilntive members Section 2. PLANNING COMMISSION: TERM OF OFFICE; VACANCIES: Th.term of th.appointive members -hall !>. %  five years, except thai, of the five members first apd, one -hail i„appointed for a %  one ) < ar, on,for two > ears, %  %  ioi three vears, ami one for four Vn) vai anr) during th.unexplred term of an appointive member shall be filled b) tinConn, il for the remainder of the twin Section 3. PLANNING COMMISSION; POWERS AND DUTIES: The Commission -hail have power and shall be required to; la) Ms We amend, extend and add io th, Master Plan for th.' physical •'••v.-; M.-nt ,,f th,. city as .1. '.ii. i LEGAL NOTICE replanning veiupmem to Make %  eplauning veiopment which ma; or in paiI Improvement ami rede. ot neighbor)! .-. ami auopt plans for tin reennsu action ol re %  • ol an. area Ol district be uestroyed HI who.. serious!) a.imat:..i i thquake, t a "i otnei .1;-n -.%  'i.,n7 ..ii.l ..i tl iArt! (b) Rxer ontrnl over nlat.lne • Una lnd Ithin the citv ( % %  I Draft fir the Council an Offl%  lal Map of the ity and recom•!'• nd o: rtlaanni ove pi nposed chang • in -",-h m .... •Ii Make R id adopt aprovided • 'ion !' %  of thin \. i ;,., ,,,,„. Ing nl. MI ami recommend or d prove nroposed chances in su. 'i nlan Make an,i idopt ;.III Sections % %  and :'i of this vm '.plans f... ''"• clearanc i reh'.-." :•.. .lavs prior Innlns .,' c... I,,,,I... i • ( ,.,., % %  •-,i ,,„. n|on "f "ITV or rinetng in. Section 4. DIRECTOR OF PLANNING: There shall be ted •'" tifflee .muled "Dlrectoi ot Planning >u. h Director to inappoint! a i) an Mayor with the approval ot the [ It) loan, d, and which Director -hall be ipialine.i by special training ami experience in Hotleid "i fit) planning. He shall lie the rcgulat technical SUVl.-el ol said Clt) Council, ma. SISU i„. designated aIts Kxecutlve Secretar) ami shall have sucn othei .. ithorm. duties ami real sibihtles, unoer il Irectlon ami control ul the Council, as it ma) require ami establish. Section 5. APPLICATION FOR HEZONING: Application ioi le-xoning %  hall he made in i lung to the Plan nlng Boal .1 an i Clt) Couni It I It '" ; act shall be iak< n b) either the planning Hoard and Council, there ahall he a public h. aring. All proiicro uu n. is of record In the iIi Inns oi the propert) to be re-aned, and all proper!) owners affei ted in the sonlng change, shall he not 11 led In willing of such hearing, at least ten ii"i days prior thereto, b) reglsti t %  d mall, the latter provjson at the discii lion ol Ihe Citv COJl Section 8 ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS: There shall be .. sonlng Board o( Appeal-, which -hall consist of ihe Clt) Coi I, dul) commissioned as such. Meetings of the Board shall be held on the second in of egi h month, and at sui h other timeas I'll Buai d ma) n All m. rtlngs of the Board shall l pen to tinpublic. The Ikmrd shall keep minutes ol its proceedings, showing the vote of each member, upon every question, or if absent, ,.i if falling to vote Indicating such fact, and shall k.ep records ol its examinations and other official actions Bver) ouier. requirement, decision or determination ol the Board -hall Immediate!) be filed In th office of the Clt) Cl.-rk, and -h.,11 be a public record, The Board shall have powei io h.-ar and determine appeal n fusal of building permits and t<> |>, mil exceptions to oi vaiiatlona iron] the sonlng regulations In clasat i lai r situations and in ; ordancs with the principals, conditions and i d ine spe.dfled in the Ordinance Sect'on 7. THE MASTER PLAN: The Master Plan for the physical development oi ihe CltS*. with th.accompanying maps, plats, charts, descriptive ami explanator) matter, shall -how ihe Board's Recommendations for th.development %  votes of not i.-than a majority of the Board but I i foi. th.adoption ol the plan .,,' %  • h part, amendment, extension oi addition, the Board -hall hold at least on., public hearing on Die pr... posed action An attested ropy of the Plan or pan thereof shall b, ertlfled io ih, conn, il. Section 9. LEGAL EFFECT OF MASTER PLAN. No street, park, or public way, ground oi pa., no LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE HKIII as i" me maim.i m v. a) -hail ,,n l "at. r, s. I Ig. nthi • •• i. :, I -i ,.' ,.. a.. • %  ,,v -"nH •• ',| h, in the • I ..oo.(---:,,|, ; r „ |,,. ( %  %  %  •'in.'.',, t I f-ti II, le.l '' %  -i' %  ." !„•'-I -,| %  -' %  |L -' -'"il I %  m-ranead i" o.-rier "" %  '• %  '" • %  wl'e i i u nions •"' '"h %  I I-'.all be eon.--; %  • %  ..} In H'bleh i„-n' •' I •• pnhPfl in-.eev | an l ""' l -,l '"' |! "of fi,,. Mast** Plnn %  '•' > %  .ilanninc. sonlnR and slum p'e C i ...i,„ „. nv ^, i,, aiM,.v..f|,, n n • • .'•.. Commission w, -.-t., • %  ,,t ,i,, P" :.••. \,l..-i„l.,...,,!.... ,,. %  •'•or .ii-... • --.,,.i, >.. n,M*, „,,'..,, v,,eel"l -•'•uli,.^ ,.o^v|,.| 1,,. ,l,e fin,.,,!,,!,,,, • I I In Ihfl nprfdrnun^ n' |l fitnnt on-' <>".^r i|' monomenf f|"1 rarl thereon. (e) Make and adopt plans (or the inep repubj c building or structure, ami no piddle unlit. whether pnldi.lv or piivati i o,, ,i. ihall i n-ti net. .1 or authorised in th.en., nor -hall an) I.;,i propert) be ,,,,| ,, ,,i B y the ( Ity until and unleaa th.location and ext.-nt thereof -hall have be. n submitted to ami approved io th.Board; le l thai, in pa si ol disapproval, the poard shall communicate its reasons io ih, cnii, ii. h, I, -h ,,l have the pOWet t" oV.-rrille 1|, || |, .., ,|,, v al. ami. upon so,. I, overruling, the ( ouncll, or th.appr. • l. rflci I.. partmenl ... Agency, shall have the i ,, '' to pi 1 A II ,.. i • i shall onstll ite four out of ijv,. members p( the Council, The widening, narrowing, relocation, vacating, oi tinu.-e ,,r an) street or other public wai or ground ..: -al.of an) public building, or leal property, shall be sul.j. I to similar -ul, II, ii|on %  nroval, ami failure n, aporove 1 • 'i" llai ly ovei ruled by the Couni ii Thfailure of the Board t" a.t within Con (301 dav> after the date of the official submission to the Board -lull i.e deemed approved, unless -. %  ionr>r i.e. i.-i i„. (ranted by the Council to the submittingOffb-lal Section 10. PLATTING OR SUBDIVISION CONTROL: The ngnning Board shall he the nlattlna Board ..f the f ity, and, as such, shall have the control of trie platting .. r subdivision of land within the City: provided however, that -aid control -hall not atinlv to land outside the Citv over whi.-h platting and subdivision control IB reposed by law in some authority other than (hiC|tv or anv of it, oo'';,"•, IX-Partm.nts or Aeencies Mihdivi-lon means the illvision of a lot. traet or |inre| of land inj„ twn or more lots sites or other division or I'.nd for the purpose, whether Immediate or future, of sale .,, I.ulldlne develonment. Section II. REGULATIONS GOV. ERNiNG SUBDIVISION OF LAND in exercising the powers granted t., ., ,,v s f-'ion | of this Article the Plan e Board shall adopt recula. tions rovernlna the suhdivlalon of land within Ha Jurisdiction Ruoh regntntiona may provide for th„ hirmonlnua development of the Citv and Its environs, for the co-ordination „ £Zl*.J"2 A oiher wa >" w'thln the aubd vlded land with other existing or planned streets and wav or for conformance to the Master Plan or Official Map, for adequate open spaces ,,.,, M ,.„ traffic, utilities, rei rein.i air, ..ml for the avoid,, -noli ol I Jiauoll. %  •"" n illations ) Include requli-ements x,, ni io hi. a and nowhich streets and othi be j:.a.ie.i and Impruteti. -, ei I oil,' I Ullllt) oinie, nous oi other fa. Dines in-old..! aa i onmi ire. eue.it to the approval ul %  Mil.,ll\ i-ioli Section 12 TENTATIVE APPR0VAL OF eVATS. torn I eglll. I Ol i, „, t I the Board may provMM Ioi a urntatKi approval of the pial pri ..aui sui a -• •"• its ..ni in '•' latlons; bul an) such tenutlve ap, ..,, si II > • "" red "" 'h" ,-lai III lieu ol the complet • %  -a. h ork p.evious to the final ap roval "i a pan, the Hoard ma) ac., I I, In an amount and with .. ,i. itiMai tin > to We Clt) Loiin, il. pi..\ lulng and securing the < lt> .,,, i ni .-: ui ilon and Instal i.it.on ol such Improvements and utilities within a %  ..,i -; lied l) in. Clt) Count ii and %  Kpn -.-' .1 in the bun i Section 13. LINES OF MAPPED STKLLTS: Alter it shall have adopted ii major thol'oughfaie plan ot the i.. ol the (it) i an) sectloi u„ i,..i. toPlanning Board shall have the poWel IO II..!..<. ol CaUM 'o '" made, from lime t.. tluie*,)furve*a fm Ih. N.o I I lion of III" I.lies nl ma e.\tchded ul widened .-in els in any ooilioti ot Mi, h planned terilioiv. .in,] to make and certlt) to the Council plats ..( the 'sun• >sd, on which are Indicated the location of 111, lines I e, ollllllellilell li> tile I %  aih,planned or mapped lines ol future streets, street extensions or -tie.i widening, Uafether with Ihe Board,'* rslimatc ot the time yeiiod ...linn which the land shown on the plat or street lo.atloiiB should be ... i red for street purposes, The Council may, by ordinance, adopt sueh plat, in accordance with the procedure prescribed In this Charter, provided that notice of Ihe time and place, when anil where ii will he considered for final paaaage shall be sent b) mail i" the record owners of land -a, ..r abutting which the future street lines desiKiiated on the plat are located Any modification of auch plat -hall, before paaaage la* submitted to th.planning Board and whether approved by it. or .If disapproved, l„. approved by I favorable vote of the C|tv Council The adoption of %  pin -hall not. in and of itself, eonstitute appeal to the Zoning Hiwrd ..I Appeals .r t<> the special Uoard of \|,|,..iireferred to In this Article, thi hearing upon which appeal and notice "f which hearing shall be held ami given a* ptovt.tcil ill Seelioii 17 ,.i :n Article, ami such Board may i„ granted the authorit) to tnsue a pet mil. subject to auch i-ondltlotis as ihe Board ma) impose, where the • ir. iiiiisoin.e* .f the .a.-e do not requlre the proposed building to be re..,:, provide that the Zoning Hoard of Appeals may. in appropriate eases and subject to appropriate prlnciplee, stamlarils. rules conditions and safeguards set forth in the Ordinance, make s pe ci al exceptionio the terms of the sonlng regulations In harmony wilh their general purpose ami intent. Sueh ordinances may provide that the zoning Board of Appeals may authorise variances from the strict application of the regulations in sueh situations and subject to sueh limitations as may lie set forth in the i irdlnance. Section 20. POWERS OF COUNCIL IN SLUM CLEARANCE AND REHABILITATION OF BLIGHTED AREAS: The Council may adopt, modify ami parr) out plans proposed by ihe Planning Hoard for < learam ,. of slum dlstiiets and rehablllta I ion of blighted areawithin the City and. for the accompllshment of this purpose, may acquire by purchase or eondeinnatlon all private!) owned land, buildings and other real property interest* within th. District; mai establish, loeate, relocate, build and Improve the streets and other public open spaces provided for In the Plan: may maintain, operate ha-,or sell said buildings or anv >.f them; may sell the land, or any part thereof, deaianaled tor buildings and private open spa.es ii|.on such terms and condition* and subject to su. h reetrleskml as to building ages and open spaces as will substniulallv carry out and affect the Plan. Section 21. PLANS FOR SLUM CLEARANCE: Any plan for slum clearance shall include the defining of th. boundaries of the district recommended to be ci.-ared, tinproposed io. ,,i .a. of new or relocation of existing streets and othei public open spaces wuhin the area, the location ..ml general type, character, bulk, height and use of the new bull.lings to be .reeled or permitted within the cleared .ma. and th,i... at ,.ii of private open spa,.s proposed as par! of the plan Km the reduction of de%  llnquency ami vice, the promotion of public health, the promotion ..f good Ploj,., quired, owned, leased ated for housing deemed public proUe j, and the providing ul safe IJ2* b hou.inv to famines „, ,,! • hereb) declared (,, i„ ,, %  public purpose nanw, msfke, from^me'to'tlmj, otbir ""''" %  "*• ,ne a.hlnloiiio. or modifications of, th,. Ilffll al Map hv placing thereon the !,,..itii,ii ,,t the proposed streets, street extensmna, wldenfngs, narrowing! or v a eatings, In rdance with ihe procedure pre. in,,,i I,, this Charter; provided, that notice of the tllne and Place when and whensuch additions or modifications will be considered for final passage shall be sent by mall '" '!" ''••' wners of the lands on m abutting which said mapped streets or street lines ... -,...,., vacatlngs .u TV .'I""" "'," h H i i"' i,,: (ai That the entire property of the :'.•:';• %  ""< %  ."' "hlch su.h'map,'., ,'•','. location for,,,„ ,,„ rt .,„. not yield rrammahia return to the r:;":;,;" 1 -" pen ... gram. the (Tt h v In''. Ian '''". """ 'h'erest of the I ity In preserving the Inteerliv of the ..ffi,,.„ M .p. and Winter? e-t of ti„. owner of ihe property in eHv U ";'h ai "' "" f i '" "' nivTprep %  '•.iiiire.i by consideration of reason able Justice and equity Section 17 Ig such anneal. It ahall duration and other detalli and con dltlon. to govern the building, struck "••I a II.I other •'( • baractei and uses of the bu dings, or other facto, s and causes, value, I,,.,depreciated with congefluent ii.., mi,. ,,r stagnation of developineiu and damage and loss to community prosperlt) ami taxable values, and where a restoration of the •colt v ,'',." f ,h '' ""•" Bnd "" attainable o nirih utlon to the economic ; "' %  prosperity ..f the community may require a replanning of of .* %  ?' •'" ,nT lh '<-ompllahment .I '."l-'annlng. a concentration or ^distribution of the ownership or rt le Pmental control i. requisite for .ml l r ,,m ""*"' "' Public convenience • P'o-|.erity and ,„ r h ,, rwr v.. vtalli! ii ^"""mlc strength and Vi ',""1 i "" 1 l""l"-rty In the area and of the areas contribution •/•(('"in. strength of the City a public use. Section 23. HOUSING: The Council id by ordinance for safe for SS!uHI h "",' in accommodations such ,? "' '"* ,nrnm d 'or hoi.1,1. T mn>r I'repsre plan, for housing projects, authorise the eonSection 24. HOUSING AIITUJ The Council i„.,v ,. ., u !" 0l Authority or such ,'|„., "4 ••.""'i"" !" f i.i'-ini, :,-,""' Council may deter,,,..,,. ., %  • gat..,, ,i„. Uouaing ;' u "•; isuwers relating „, pL,,,,,",^'" tlbn. icconHtructi,,,. .,;,,,,'„ modations as tl,.c. m, u ,."' to tnc ami provided, however luoh pomntlaslon vote g oi housing „J ahall o nslrn, I,,I ,„,,.'"] ilon there... contrai led f,, r ,^T unles. the location .,,„, „;,, housing or housing project I •M.i.iove,, ,:; %  • -;:;: c ^ lhe' l |' : 1 "", majority vote of Its' ,,', 1 have power to proval. Section 2s POWERS OF coil IN REPLANNING AND RfnJ OPMENT OF NEIGHBOBM AND DISASTER AREAS T|7, Cll ahall have the power tosdonj ify. and carry out planP r„,'J the Planning Commission for planning. Improvement and led, ment of nelghlsnh Ignj fj replanning. reconstruction or ,' opment of any area oi district] may have been destroyed in wli In part by dlaastei Saction 27. NEIGHBORHOOd PLANNING AND REDEvi. MENT: Any plan di ifted la thjl nlng Commlaslon foi the 'leput Improvement and redevelopmei neighborhood, shall define ih| Ilon and Boundaries of thtadf bcHid, and may Include th,. i..-.,|| new or the vacating exti-n-i,., enlng, narrowing or relocstlosl lstliistreets or other spaces, the reconditioning of nidi Ings. the location and exit in J location of paik-. playgroup, other public recreational faq\ nelghlmrhiMal planning and liri Ing, location of utilities, Imildli strlctlons, sonlng amendments ag other type of change and Inipnv of neighborhoods and ihe r\er< tbe powers grant.-. I in road therewith in Section it of thin, are hereby declared t.. \# a purpose and a public use. Section 2. DISASTER AREAd plan drafted by the IMannlDg] mission for the replanning, atructlon or redevelopment area destroyed In whole or in | seriously damaged hv fire earth fli-.d or other dlaast.-j ,,i woichl ject to floods, shall include tlief Ing of the location and Islands the area or district recosiBMsl be replanned. reconstruetsd developed snd may provide f4 location of new or the relis-atiu tension or vacating of .-xlstinf i or other public ..pen -pares, thel lion and general type ii.ira.t-ij height, and use of the new bunj to be erected or permitted with! area,, the. reconditioning of s' ings to be. recixndi.iuii.il, thel rnkicattun and extent of ; %  .. I k. | C nnds and othtn public recre dltles, the Iran.Ion of ulllllll the building restrictions and regulations and any ...her tvi>eo vision relating to the layout rebuilding, reconstruction or ft] ment of the area 01 district. planning, rebuilding, reconstn redev olpnient or anv am Ii sreal trlct and the sxeri I • ol Ibt granted In connect Ion there's Section g of this At in 1. declared to be a publli |iur|ius> I public use. Section 2. PROCEDURE ADOPTION OF PLANS BY CIL: l"|Mi,i receipt tv the 0 any plan for slum le iranee, tatlon of blighted aresi nelghboihoisi replann g and r opment or disaster plai IJ Council may adopt such plan, cordance with the p In this Charter, provided that of the time and pbn • hen asdi the plan will be consider! i | passaae shall be sent h. record owners of the lands saij inga Included within the plans trbt. Any moolfliaii ii "t ""I shall before i-assage be sitluvi"] the planning Commission, tut approved, the Council m* v such illsaiiprov.il l.v a majom of its members. ARTICLE VIII NOMINATIONS AND ELECTS i:iections Elei Is* Set Ion I. Z. 3. 4. 5. I. 7. f, 9. 1U. II. It. Section ,.f EM f.,r Municipal (.uali'i.'d I ilstrii.s i 'oiim-il Keg illations Nomli Preparation Count Kiel Ion Polls Checking Ihe Retun Voting U II hlnei Public Sup. i raw %  %  forma I Ion ni i. m tw (If flees Absentee Voting I, MUNICIPAL TIONS: All City Cou • hold office by virtue of sn duly held under and !•>' %  'l'* n n J lawa of tbe Mlate of rTorHJi •' nances of the City "' •^''' Beach, from ami %  'r m cll. shall be held on he nnj of April. I6. for • %  ", ,„!, in Section 1, Article II ter; pn.vid.d, however, tnr „, term, of alayor, ''>,, "''I" 1 ''' sew.r-cllector snd ( "" fg. Districts 2 and 4 ,"" Apr" *J



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PAGE 12 A *.lelsHh#ldtor FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 5, Golden at Tides Speros Mark Anniversary H no spi i rerr i, '' %  i i sv (hi i %  Hotel children, Mr und Pi Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wro Mi %  Ri .. part; I ri *eyer Horowitz. C A jjJ, Mrs Dora Waxman. f\. 5 Spero's brother vv ^j ister. Other oul oi I [ r and Mrs David Sell md Mrs. Meyei I Mrs Harrj Kasden, the Worrii U Lai and i n Mr v • Sal Sti inmi n, the 1 id >r* IK i i, of Der r| Ansonia, Connecti mi included Rab i Mrs Irving Lehrman, and and Mrs SJvplryahu SwiiRabbi Solomon Siegel, of rj, Massachusetts, also al I l. itertainmenl bj I r %  v % %  Ruth nan RFRLIN iJTAi The Fast Ger man Government, in a memorandum submitted this week to the l meeting of foreign *,th the reun.fiOf Rll nts. The ; il. direcl |ain man Government'! with Israel and world i [anitttions for payment ooo i". reparation*, wal iwaj at fhe bottom of the ini document. It i tot UM I >|\u .iMnns < IOU tiKi m* CARMEN CAYALLARO POST Of THI p m PLUS SOCIETY DINNER DANCING Einstein College Leaders in Miami; Local Chairmen are IT. Conferences ,:,. ,,.. \ Boston. I and <' %  '" Ihi adn tratioi • Einsl Toduj %  with nal %  %  ctai %  hoi i Wh le I Vlperl %  cl : i %  ,, who in •llll 111 ash in ton, mder of L tow: Pi IMS) IAlpeii was to be the guest ol i or on I hui sdaj ai .hi at a mid nti i • red bj the Palm i.,, h i ommittee for the Albi rl i.i( in College ol Vledicine at thi i hall Hotel Following the 11 ing he w..to return to Greal r Miami for further conferences \\ illiam Brandt, own< r ol the ational Bi i ["heater chain, ed \\ ith i herner and Li vitl irganizing the local • %  rith Alp Di v Belkin, pri sident, nd Max J. Etra, chairman ol the Board of Trui>ti I '< %  hiva l'm. sity, whi< h is >ponsi ring the Einstein Medical School, will arlie here nex! wei k to meel supporters ol the nation's firsl Jew ish univer: t; Etra will arrive on Monday, and ..11 staj ,.t the Sterling Hotel Dr. lelkin is scheduled to arrive on Wednesday, and will staj al Grossinger's Dr. Bdkin. now in his tenth year president ol Yeshiva, has led the Diversity during its period of reatest academic and physical expansion. Dr. Belkin's tenure as president has seen the elevation ol Yeshiva to university status, to be ome the lirst in America under 1 Jewish auspices and the establish %  nent of graduate departments in Yi shiva I "• with %  • ol i ime 2.001 :. I.I mprisi i hools and i v hich offer coursi %  ol ling to 15 different i .... %  In 1933 he wa n itruc eek al Ye hiva I niver i lie) "i Arts and Si mittec ol Ni w York, th< Ex ecuti< ittee ol the Nation il re Board the Nation unity Relations Advisory Council and Ihe national counci B v Scouts ol America, He nt ol the I nion ol 1 \ Jewish C lions "t Amei ca, of < • regation Kehilath Jeshurun, New York I itj and the i 'ouncil ol Yeshiva I'm ity. i herni r. ol mil an instructor in Tal I im mud .,'. the Rabbi Isa ic Elchanan 'i heolo ical Si min irj an ther di\ i sion i i Yeshiva i nivei Etra attornej and communal leader, was recently started chair man of the Board of Trustees ol tj succeeding former Borouf h President oi Man hattan Samuel Levj w h post fi 23 years until his death ii ch this pa i year A founder of the Al:>< ri E n lein Collt Mi dicine <>f Yeshiva i nivi rsitj Et ra is a \ ice i tiaii man ol the Na 1 : %  n Committee for the College "i Medii ine II. has been prominent tied with numerous civic, educa tional and philanthropic undertak ings He is a trustee ol Beth I rael Hospital, the Synagogue Council ol America, the lewish Education C3 {EAT YOURSELF to a superb DINNER tonight f.imous J RL I L cuiiine DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED VZltl TOR Rty,MM m till DADE EOUltVMD MIAMI Fliane BEACH 5-476? o4$fc*f <#n l ; Tiu(y £)iH Special. Sunday and Thursday — Chant* B WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH )ur eleventh Year Carte PH S i-ConO'' 1 KOSHER CATERERS FlhlEJT MENDELSOHN'S CATEIEM K0SHEI rVfDD/NCS s trathHaven HOTEL On the Ocean 411 OCEAN DRIVE la Now Open to Serve You for the Coming Season Strictly Kosher DINING ROOM MODERATE RATES for Reservations Phone 5-4691 CATERING DIVISION TOR Ail Slit PARTIES STRATH HAVEN 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 ( Good Food 1225 Washington Ave Miami Beach CAURINC SERVICE FOR BAR At/TZVAHS AMD OTHER SOCIAL AT PAIRS Alia Serving Organiiotion Functions Our Restaurant and Catering Service Under Ceenalete Su P'"jV!JUal RARBI MOSES MESCHELOFF AND THI RETH JACM VAAD HAKAM !" Try fhe Delicieas K other Di thai ServeeJ mt Our Rut'""' yQ2 MENDELSOHNS CORNER 41st ST. I ROYAL PALM AVE., MIAMI Dinners anal A La Catc A TRADITIOKAl DINNERS TtltphoM 517074 omy ON -tio*t?* r pup*.** 0H THI em IN KOtH P^PO O— •OSNII RESTAURANT ft IllC*Tl A l/n,,.. f ..erieace in Wn P'" r# TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NIGHT DINNERS Delicatetien to Take Mama ^ 1141 WASHINGTON AVE. OPPOSITE CITY UMI• P T'' Open DaHy 11 ,. m te • p.m. taturday >



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5AY, FEBRUARY^, 1954 ene Francis, Mrs. Brailove to be ests at CJA Sponsors' Tea Here Ln„lar TV star Arlene Francis J ^bined Jewish Appeal "^•sTeaon Wedneaday. *•* ,0th. 1:30 p.m.. il has been ncc d m Women's Division of+Je*lst fhrktian PAGE 3 A third major fund raising .,,„ ff il| be held at the home Robert Gould, 5005 Collins Rlf Miami Beach, ana MI he Inded by more than 120 pr Lrini! program honors with the KS actress will be Mrs. S. aider Krai love, former chair, of the National Women's DiL n n(th< United Jewish Appeal. J w ill deliver the principal adL of the afternoon. Prominent fare leader. Mrs. Hal Home, also participate in the pro Jack A. Ablin and Mrs. IrvMrs. S. Alexander Brpitove successful' plays including, The Women, The French Touch and just recently in Late Love. Miss Francis played in the Hollywood film. All My Sons, and has been a regular member of the panel on the TV show, What's My Line. Mrs. Brailove recently returned from a four-week fact-finding mis'"i to Israel and North Africa. I Jerome Rubinowitz Gets Scouting Award Jerome Kubinowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz, 516 15th Street, Miami Beach, received the Nor Tamid Award last Monday during special ceremonies held at Lummus Park Auditorium. Presentation in behalf of the National Jewish Committee on Scoutins was made by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy, the school which Jerome attended and from which he was graduated with high honors, Jerome, a sophomore at Miami Beach Senior High School and a student of the High School Department of the Academy, is Patrol Leader of Troop 45 which meets at Temple Beth Sholom. The Ner Tamid Award, the highest honor given to -Scouts of the Hebrew faith after having attained and successfully passed certain civic and religious requirements, was the first given to a Miami Beach Scout and the fifth in the entire State of Florida. Some of the dignitaries present at the ceremonies were Buddy Aaronson, Jerome's Scout Master, Dr. Al Coopersmith, head of Advancement Board, and William Kraus, newly elected commissioner of the Miami Beach District. Ner Tamid Award, Scouting's highest religious citation, is presented to Jerome Rubinowitz by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy. Also pictured are Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz, Jerome's parents. Seeks Evidence of She led a delegation of six women | Auschwitz Killings Miss Fay Cotter is currently seeking to establish contact with Miami residents who were confined on an intensive inspection tour of the villages, settlements and homes in Israel. Miss Arlene Francis Lehrman. co-chairmen of the ,1 CJA Women's Division, have ounccd that a committee of six be in charge of the Sponsors' The group mcludes~the Meses Aaron Faar, Leo Chaikin, s E. Goldman, Frances C. MilSamuel Lipton and John N. in. rlene Francis made her theRcal debut in Orson Welles' prois and was a member of his us Mercury Company. She has ared on Broadway in many iami Chamber t Commerce to pporl Cxhibit ie Miami Chamber of Comrce will actively support the annual Greater Miami IndusExposition, scheduled for ner Key Auditorium March 5th ough 14th. and will encourage nufaetunng members to partici*. Fred Canel, Chamber general ager, announced after a meetwith exposition directors. se of the exposition, which |w 400.000 visitors last year, is increase sales of Greater Miamide products in this area, to in" new industries to build plants and to give residents and •ton an opportunity to make a *rip comparison of Miami-made octs, particularly those with tropical appeal. Exhibits will be restricted to whose principal plant is in Greater Miami area. A screencommittee has already-turned own several applications from pneerns which do not qualify, acfhnR to ||. H. Hyman, general •"airman. She interviewed officials and women leaders there and also studied conditions of Jewish-communities in Casablanca and other cities in Morocco, where Combined Jewish Appeal funds have helped to establish clinics for the cure of trachoma and other crippling diseases. Mrs. Brailove was chairman for three years of the National Wornens' Division of UJA, heading the largest voluntary fund-raising group of women in the world. Assisting the Sponsors' Tea Committee will be the Mesdames Max Boderman, Harry Cohen, Jack J. Falk, Ben Zion Ginsburg, George Goldberg, Anna Wolf Hirschman. Prieda Kalstein, Bert S. Klee, Benjamin G. Kline, David Koch, Alexander Kogan, David Levinson, Joseph M. Lipton. Matilda H. Ratner, Samuel Ritter, Charles Rosengarten, Samuel Z. Sakrais, Arnold Seeder, Oscar S. Sindell. Milton Sirkin, Harold B. Spaet, Carl Susskind, Mortimer E. Wien and Joseph Williamson. Name Key Officials In Fascell Campaign A joint social meeting of the afj A Miami Beach auto dealer i< filiate organizations of the Miami aD1 ong the key officials appointed Beach Jewish Center will take| b y state R Dante Fascell to place on Tuesday evening, Febru-1 r. ary 9th, 8:15 p.m., in the Center spearhead his campaign for DemoBeach Center Affiliate Groups to Meet Tuesday in Auschwitz or its neighboring concentration camps during the war. Her father is. now in Germany seeking to file, a restitution claim for the death of his brothers, Myer and Herschel Cukrowski, and their families at the camps. Evidence is needed to support the claim, Miss Cukier explained here this week through the National Council of Jewish Women, the organization which aids persons filing for restitution. Miss Cukier is at 1120 Collins Avenue. She may be reached at 5-5518. Member Party is Due Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold a membership drive party at the home of Mrs. David Alper, president, 1715 Calais Drive, on Monday, February 8th, 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Abraham Swartz is chairman of Arrangements with Mrs. Helen Sanders in charge of membership. cratic nomination as Representa tive to Congress. Leo Adeeb, Beach businessman and civic leader, will act as cochairman with attorney George Salley on Fascell's campaign finance Parent committee. Other important posts announced M ^!l .. M t n o?i rk i n :.S r .? ; ?. r a :. !" b >' Fascell include campaign chair men, to be filled by John B. Fryk man, Miami advertising executive while Clyde Taylor, former South ern Bell Telephone Co. office man ager, will act as executive director The announcement of appoint ments coincided with the formal opening of Fascell's campaign headquarters at 1692 Coral Way, the same headquarters used by the patio. Scheduled to begin with a short business meeting, greetings will be extended by Rabbi Irving Lehrman and by the affiliate presidents:' Mrs Joseph A. Berman, Sisterhood: Irving Cypen, Men's Club; and Mrs. Benjamin Greene, Teacher Association. Mrs. Milton Sirkir chairman for Sisterhood, will give a biographical sketch of the highlights in the life of Moshe Kusevitsky who will be presented in concert by the Sisterhood on February 17th in the Center for the benefit of the Religious School. Lee in Talk Friday Charles Henry Lee, lecturer and educator, will be guest speaker at the Friends of the Seven Lively Arts on Friday, February 5th, 8:30 p.m., at 2100 Washington Ave. Lee, former associate of Dr. Harlow Shapley, Harvard Dean of Astonomy, will talk on: The Jew-fn Art And Music. Chaim Rose is director candidate in 1950 when he was elected to the state legislature for the first time. To Form PTA Here Monticello Park Congregation will meet on Monday evening, February 8th, at 8:30 p.m. Purpose of j the meeting is to organize a Parentgin is recording secretary of Dov Teacher Association of the Sunday Chapter. Proceeds are for the Chil School. dren's Village and Farm in Israel. Mrs. Indgin to be Feted Mrs. Rose Pertes, president of Dov Chapter, Mizrachi Women, this week announced a luncheon in honor of Mrs. Goldie Indgin to be held at the home of Mrs. William Clein 1860 SW 4th Street, on Tuesday February 9th, 12 noon. Mrs. Ind Mw..Falmolive Soap Proved MitdestBETTER FOR COMPLEXION CARE r than m^l^a4h^IbaeeSo^...Mo€tdngS

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of thi '' ol -
-.-.
e to I f thi

. .
the a f the SW>,
.'-.'-.
rig said
of the
' II >' Of the
- I : .
- it hi rig .
. .. of the
- Hi i 12 Thence
i Ninth lini
f thi '' of thi E
-- on 7-52-42;
; Ram
to thi So h line < Sei tlon
i- Thi n I"...--. v along th.-
ne of Sectloi i-' and
Sei lion 17- !-42 to the Easl
hi NKi, .,f the N:, r>f Section
---'-I-' 1 en Southerly along
aid Kasl e to thi Kortb line of
thi SMi '.i Hectlon K- .-.'
i hi m K.i sterl) along said
"'"i lh line lo the w. |||.....( ,),-
"f the N\V, ..f the NK', ..f
- tlon 17-52-42: Thi ni Northerly
long 'aid Weal line and continuing
long thi H ol ill. SK'j ..l
he SW ', nf the BE', ..t hV
- i: to the South line ol the
\v\ '. of the .-'"', of ti,.- si-:', t
Sei tlon -52. IS; Thi nci W< sterl)
ilong said South line t.. ih.- Weil
ne of the si."', ..i Kectlon R-52-42
rii. ii. .- Sortherl) along said Weal
in.- to the South line of the NK',
r the Ni:', of the sw", ,,r Hectlon
-..-- u Thence Westerl) along laid
-' nil line to thi- West 11ii.. of the
K\ of Hie- NE'S of the swi, of
Thence Northerb
Sei tlon 8-52-42.
ilong mid u/eal line to the South
Ine ..f the nwi, of Hectlon B-52-42
Thence Westerly along said s..uth
line, t., the West line of the I:
the sw ', of the s'K1, ..f tin- n\\>,
.f Hectlon 53-4S: Thence Northerly
along Raid w.-st Una to the South
line of ii,.- Ntt ol the s- of the
>,."' ,"r faction 8-S2-42; Thence
westerl) along said South line to
lo- Wwi line ..r the B1 of th- NK',
fill- s\v. of the xw, .,f Hectlon
J. "<2.i Th"c Northerly along said
Weal lin.- to the South line of the
VWM of the NW', of Hectlon S-52-
;.. The-.-.. Westerly nlong "aid
South line t" the West line r *,.,..
t on x--.:-12: Thence Northerly along
ic Weal line ..f Section 1-S2-42 to
lie South line of the NW of the N'-'-
of the V|.;>4 f Se.ti.m 7-M-42;
Hi.in. Westerly along aid South
line the Weat line of the Nv, of
i2* 'iS "' "" SK'< ur SexsUoB 7-52-
rhenc* Northerly alone aaid
^^ eat l:ne to the North line of Bec-
lon .-2-42: Then,- Egiteriy along
ho North line of Se.-tlona 7, 8 and
- -'-4.' to the Weat line of the SK1,
;f-ihoS5i.''' "' C'" SW'i SV"i"n
J,V'-".'-; T,"'n<'' Northerly along anlO
West line to the North line of the
Section 4-j2-42; Thence Easterly
of
long ggl I North line to the East line
"' <"- em .'" ;-'.;,:l
Then.-v Southern al-ng the tst
the BW?, el Section 4;
and tne h^ist Hue ( the N'. oi
Section >-*!- to the North line
-. l
Kj,.;'. -., t N -rth line ti
toe it
Vut: :h- r^-.
d the East
,: v thr S..UIH
. "i "
u. -

..[ l^-ginning.
Begin .ii the Northwe-t n.rnrr !
,.., ... .-.. ..I. -*-; Thenie
,u Kastei atone the >.m in line
... the SWI, to the East Ha* Of the
w i the nk'. as the SWV, <
iheSW, of Section *-i Ihen.-
berl) along -..lil l--u"t line to th.
|,n In X' oT fhe 'l
. / :, .ih-iix s-i'd South
|ln ,.. t ie Weal line of Sfccnoti
. \.. tlierly along said
w .: n to the Northwest i orner
. hh'l ol He. tlon J-j2-4I; And
UrgmniM. __.,__.
Sect.on 2 FORM Or GOVERN-
MENT: Thai the Government of said
,...,! I,. t. i in a Mayor, and
id the Ooverument ol
, Khali I- ri ...,l ..n l>> the
friceri to-wli
MAY' >R
.II" V ii.I'Ni'll.
Ml'Xll'll'AL Jl'IKJE
i'ITV ATTORNEY
CITY CLERK
CITY TAX ASSESSOR
CITY TAN COLLECTOR
V Al'DITl IR
iii.it ...l persons who hold office In
' North Miami Beach b}
election bj the people, oi
an election h) the (My Council, or,
led to an) i 'It) office,
..in dealgnated or prtaerlb-
ed b) Ordinance pursuant lo the pro-
hi reof, shall be held and deem -
.,i t-. be Cits Officers "f the Cltj !
North Miami Beach,
Section 3. POWERS OF CITY: The
It) shall have .ill th- powers granted
Thence
line
line
line of tii- N
.. t- Tneace
Mid South lini ntet -
l.nc I..... Hlghwaj No.
Then I mUiweetertj jl"ig ntl
Right-of-*>. ''" "' f****1 'ni'-
.
ace Southeast.
l of 7
-
less. I
S
- s N .
- .
.-.
-
-
-
- '
-
feel
-
. uf |
.
' -
- -
. I S" .
. .
. Sou I
. ..- f the ii
ence Noi
_ e to It a
...
Right f-Waj
: thi
Bis-
. 'ii-.
thereof r.....rd-
- i ..f the
Flor-
i.'.t ..
to tile
\\. Itlght- Wa
\ ; a-est-
- .
. Weaterls
i and
the Intel i -
Easl Right-of-way
la Easl Coast Rail-
terl) along
Right-of-Wi to tlon ol
.... ol the North line "f
,-ialon;

t on and the Noi I h lini r Lul I, t"
Weal l: ghl ol Waj III.....f red-
High* ... No Thai South-
-:. akmg the Weal line of
-,.i l Right -ol -Wa t-. the South
I, in... .. 2, aforesaid sub-
. e Weaterl) along the
h lin..... l...t I, Block afore-
^.. l ibdl lalon t.. the Wi ni line "I
l.--: .. Block -. aforesaid subdlvl
I'll, ii ,- Southwi utei I) along the
w t lit ..i Lota J and 1, Block '-'.
aforesaid ibdlviaion, to the North
in. .! lot 4. Bio. k .. ..ti.i esald sub-
1. Then* > K isti rlj along tie
North line of l^.t I t.. the Weal
Rlghl r-Way I lie of I- 1. I .1 llitli-
'..< No :. Thence Southwestern
i Weal Rlght-of-Wa) line
to the South lin- Lot S, Bits k 2,
ni.....aid -ii.ii. Is ..ii. Thence Weal -
- !> i.- said --.. .tii line t.. tii-
Weal ni.....t l^.i ',. Bio. k .'. afore-
said pu bill vision; Thence Southwest-
ern along the Wesl i.......f Lot ii.
i. k 2, ..f.>!.->.11.1 ii..ii. -i..n to the
Nw, of section *-;*; '",'!;-
ue-t Bank ol tlk ""<- KKJ.
Thence s.uthw. at.-rly and
deriiix nh I'lela River
polni OB in- .M.rthelerly
of said river ti 'eet
tne r-.-t line ol Hie SW'. -.1 --
tton 1.-.- --- Theme Norton l> I'd
parallel I i me saw Bant Una of in,
^\\ i, t.. the South line of loe WJ '
,., b ni." --' Antt iae '"""
mean
to a
I ..ink
Weat of
LTCAL NOTICE
i-iiuii ....it.-.i partlcul ii
i his 'ii.ii ler shall noi be
be aatoluglve, an.I In addl-
i.ow.'i > tnumeratad herein
ti
:.. ,i municipal corporation and t"
rltles b.i the Constitution and Ueneral
Laws of this State, together with all
Implied poweri necessary to carry in-
to rxecul ..ii all poweis granted The
i'in n e property within "i
a'lthoul Its corporate llntlta for ani City
purposes, In fee simple, intereal or estate by purchase, (Iff,
devlae, lease or condemnation, and
ma) sell, lease, mortgage, hold, man-
age an.i control such propert) as Its
Interests ma) require; and, except as
Constitution nf this
restrli lions of this Chai ti I
thi i 1.1 I and may axerclae all
muni. Ipal powers, functions, i Ighl -
privileges and Immunities t. ever)
name and nature whatsoever, Th
her. -ii. a! '
poa-ers In
de.......I t.
tlon li
..r Implied li.-rei.i at appropt lal
the exerciar nf suoh powera, it is in-
tended thai the City shall have anil
ma) exerclae .ill powers which, under
the Constitution of this State, II
\...iiM be competent for this Chartei
spei ricall) to .ii imerate.
ENUMERATED POWERS OF THE
CITY: rii. -aid City ah.iii have and
i- gran..... the iiuiita ami powers;
111 To establish, la) uut, open,
grade, pave, curb, widen, maintain, I
and keep o|aan and aanltary, and oth-
erwise imurove ..nil to abandon .u ..
rate streets, alleys, bridges, sldea ilk
parks, parkways promenades and oth-
-I imiIiIi. plat es and a a) s;
13) To require any and all wires,
regulate travel, i ade and tiaffli i .
ovei >.i uuon .iiiv <>i all su.il w.i
eluding iln- pouer to regulate the
weight, euulpment. operation and
-p. ed ..i engli trains, motoi, and
i.th.i vehluktu ..i-latins in or through
the i "it).
| I) T "i -nili-- any an.l all \\ ii.-.
pipes and othei facilities lo be pun i
(k) Parks
(l; playgrounds
hid >;olf courses
mi Athletic end recreational fiesta
i..i I'arkliur lota
.u| 1'ublh) Library (according to
the provlsiooe of the tleiieral
laiwa. ae coatatned in Sectioos
1*7.30 to 17.J. Inclusive, of
i loiula Statutes)
(IS) To enact Ordinances defining
offenses against the City and to pro-
vide the punishment therelore. bat In
such cases the maximum fine to be
i n |...-.I shall not exceed Klve Hun-
died U.'.iKii Hollars, and Imprisonment
shall in.i excised Sixty (t days, or
b..th.
ill) To levy, assess and" rAltect
such general and special taXds fm
l.i..i..-r >. real or personal oi" both,*
within the City, and such special as-
aessmenl for special or local Improve-
in, -tils, and such excise and privilege
taxes as shall he lawful for .art) lug
out the purpose and poweri of the
en., and provided that no taxes In
excess ol !'>> (I) mills shall be levied
f..i the benefit of a public library;
II'.) To levy, asses and collect tax-
es and to borrow money, within the
iiniii- prescribed by general law: and
... lev) and collect special assessments
for benefit! conferred:
in,i To furnish all local public
services: to purchase, hire, construct.
own, maintain and operate or hsasv
local public utilities; to acquire bj
isiiiiiemnatlon or otherwise, within or
without the corporate limits property
necessary for any such purposes, sub-
ject to tlie restrictions imposed by
general law for the protection of other
communities: nnrt to grunt local public
utility franchises and to regulate ihe
.Mi. iae thereof:
(I7i To make local public Improve-
ments and to acquire by condemnation
in- otherwise, property within or with-
out Its corporate limits necessary for
such improvements, and also to ac-
qulre an excess ov.r that needed for
any Mich Improvement, and to sell or
...i-e excess property with restrictions
In ot.l.r to protect and preserve the
Improvement;
118) To issue and sell lionds on the
security. In whole or in part, or any
such eg! ess property, or of such ex-
cesa property, r of any public utility
own.-d by the City, or of the revenue
thereof, or of both, including the case
of a public utility. If deemed desirable
by the City, a franchise stating the
terms upon which. In MM of fore-
closure, the purchaser may operate
such utility.
(19) To organise nnrt" administer
i.ni.In libraries subject bo the lieneral
I..IW s.
(SO) To adpot and enforce wllhin
their limits, loegl police sanitary
and other similar regulation! not in
conflict with the General Lawa;
ijli To provide foi slum clearance
and Hi- rehabilitation of blighted ar-
eas an.t gifts of money or property
>.r loans of money or rredll for such
purpose! shall be deemed t.. In a City
pin i-.se:
122) To provide safe and sanitary
housing to families of low Income and
f.u recreational and other facilities
ii dental or appurtenant thereto, and
Kifts of money or proper!) ol loans
of money or credit for such housing
shall he deemed to be foi a City pur-
pose
ARTICLE II
THE COUNCIL: THE MAYOR
conditl
tune to time
I s
(3) To lii -.
ml foi regulation
!; ofess
time, designate b)
nd but and n
North line ol th.- s--_. ..r the nk1, of and maintained underground
the NW, of Section 21-52-42;
ilong said North
Easl line ol the NW, of
.--. tlon :l -52-42 Them .- Souther!)
said East line lo the i-entei .t
Sei tlon ;i -.".2-42 Thence \\ est. rl)
in line : the WV, ,,f
on 21-52-42 to the Eaat Right-
of-Wa) In.....( Kederal Highway
No i Thence Southwestern along
I. Rlght-of-Wa) lin- to a
pom' 2........ i. et, mid polnl being
132 21 f.-et measured Northeasterlv
I Rlght-of-Wny line from
the Southwest corner of l<.t |2
ded I'l.....i I! E Mel lonald
n according t.. the plal
lb".....' rei urded In Plal Book -'. al
page 22, of the Publli lle-oids of
[lade County, Florida; Thence East-
erly ..mi parallel to the South line
of the NW, of s.cti,,,, 2i-.",2-42 r,., lati
lance of v.] 2 f.-.-i. Thence
Southwesterly and parallel to the
Earl Rlght-of-Wa) line ol Federal
Hlghwa) No, I, 182.23 feel to the
South line of the NK', of the sw,
of Secti.,,, 21-52-42; Thence Wester-
I) along said South line '.'".-:'; reel
to the Baal In.....f the NW1, ..( the
SK'. of the NK', of the sw, of
Section 21-52-41; Thence Souther I)
along said Easl line '.. the South
line of the NW, ,,t th. ski. / ,|.
NK', of the sw, of Section ;i-:.--
12 Then,,- Weatei lv along Id
South line, t,, the Easl line of the
SI". .,f the SW. f the NH\ .,,
he Mi', f section 21-52-42, said
line being also the i:..-i line of I .,t
21. Amended Pbtl of It R McDon-
aid Subdivision, according to ti-
rlat thereof, recorded In Plal Book
at page it, ol th.- Public it.....rda
Dads county. Florida: Th
'" To require earners t.. install
and maintain at their expense ade-
quate w.,iumi4 lights, gates and aig-
nabj, oi wati ti.....n, when- di i
necessai.
IS) To exercise all powers, the ob-
j.. t of w hii h is to promote the public
health, safety, public moral.-, and pub-
lic welfare; and no Ordinances enact-
ed hereundei shall be held lo be void
unless plalnl) shown to be unrelated
to such ends;
"" lb ense, upon iui h termi and
the Council may, from
determine, and lo tax,
regulate, oi prohibit, within th- citv
sii.ii businesses, professions, pursuits
"' i upatluns and devices ... the Coum .1
ma. from II
I 'lillliaii. .
(7) T
can
ei tlon I.
s. I.-, lion and
!,
for revenue.
ix businesses
!:"V'T'""" '"' '.....,: ""- wneiall)
I'l'miini: non-profli oorporatlons;
1 I.....lb nd enforce all II.
?* Iae, privilege and regulator)
" ," "," laxi ni general b) \t\ .
"d -al- undei collector-, warrant,
'," i""i"". used m the bualness uru-
reaslon ... ....,,, D.. ,,. ;.,^
firm oi orporatlon autjaut to
;.x,:' i*v) ...i s..... ,o
- ii man let and
as ih.. fui,,ii ma) pre-
Number
term
Uuallflcatlong
Salary
Titular head The Mayor
POWerg and dul.es Of the
Mayor
Vacancies in office of the
Ma v or
Power, of Council
V.ii ancles in Council
Induction ,,f Council into
office: Meetings of Council
Council to be Judge of
qualifications of Its mem-
h.-l s
Rules of I'lo.e.lure;
Journal
Ordinan -,
Procedure for passage of
Ordinances: first reading
Seen,| lea,||,i and public
hearing
Purther conslderatloa
final passage
Publication of OrdlngsaBM
after final passage; |>er-
mlsslve referendum
Emergency i >rd|nsnce
ANn Tcou ^.VMT,.ER' SELECTION
AND TERM: The Conn. II -hall have
nve ( .i members elected for a term of
f-ui years each. p,ovi.|.-,|. however,
election of roanftllmen shall Im-
SMreii.1?*"1.' Tw" '-' """'"nen
nall stand for election slmiilt.,ne.,|v
. Ma.oraltv eleco,, v.,.,s; remain-
'li'ee (3) councilmen on alternate
,.,',, I,,.-" *n<1- provldad. that
a. n city councilman shall i..- n resl-
' ithin the hoimdarv lines of the
l h.reaftei de ,e,,a t.-d and
si. I ,,..,,. vvithln ,',.- ins,,,,., from
..|, he i- elected and further, that
1 from .'";"" ''"I"' ,h"" '"' ele.-t-d
.I,,,,';,;',I'i,.,"""'"' '> ,h" < oi
I
m.
II.
It,
i :.
II.
1".
1.
17
Section
such notlci
-. ...
ilm Ti
Z.
Of
,,',"" ,''';',' "'"" "l""' -'"h terms
ami ion lltlona ... ti. Counc I n ,
fr',,M '"" "' "......leteimi,,.. ,,..:,.
Sfpa tnnsA
...,.. sniiU cease t ......, nv of
;""'"- o, shall be cm,-
'" crime involving moral tii--
^flce shall immediately
-Kfy'of c'.?Au-A'"E8' Th ""<
i ,.,".""':",; h,'',| "x-'d bv
dunni "h"" '"" '- Increased
Section
MAYOR:
ed ,. ti,
line of the s^ of ih- sw;;",;',;
si.', of Section L'l-,2-1" Thence
southerly along aald Ban line to the
South line of Section 21-M-41
hn"",'",kV''-"''lv,"l," *"' Boutli
lilng ""' l'"1'" "' begin-
n^L" .'..''. ""Inl "n "'e South line
TITULAR HMO, THI
he Msvor shall he re.-.-
llMlar head of (he ritv
Theme Southerly and pglill.l to thi
Bast line of the NW'4 Sect
k" M.,:,' poln' so '*-' Worth f
the_B..ul> line of the NW% of Sec
tlon U-it-nT IVdo. k'sa^erh- %|
parallel to the South line of tSe
citv
J'H'^rS'
id
I'" Illtlea f.,r f,
(f>
a)
(In
Hi
(j)
Public Markets
incinerators
RSfiH 'und,
Auditorium
Amphitheatres
Ml t- bl,| in ., nrw, f h
'ndTn^ "JT,"tal "'' -'
U a oartr" taw- w"' 'he City
tf) To make rvm,.__*-.. _' '.
make recommendatlone from
ratPAY, FEBRUARY s ii
L10AL NOTICB^
made.
(h) To act on all Or
by the _
be submit
lect to the May
time to time to the cu.. .
the oactn.cnt ot suVh'l,"1""" '
ndoptlon of .urh rule" .nV leas for the government fd,t!lull
ioua City Departments ^ ,h .rl
Ma laua.oeni. oes< nromoi. ?!" 'I
^at! vf the City, a,, r.n'iL' 1
ny Urdlnuncea of th- i.i..^w,gl
thla Charter. Ul> d ^
.'ff S:l^q,,t!n, con"rmed by th.J
Council, when the C.011,,,.,1 ,' '"fM
suck, officer advlsabi,. "!'.""i
'"*. 5* ,c""Prolier. whus.'^"'"^
and duties snail be auch ir..1^**"!
r may hereafter he tJ, .*,. I
lutnce and by this Charts? ^'**-
suuntlt lo the.City C,.,, wh* "Mil
.xe -ment ol all receipts rt"^rd'1*t-|
u.sJ.ts of |he cuTv ,""'' J.'^it^l
Statement; and shall ,,L '?n,'kl|
and submit to each ...elXr'M
City council at the f,,,J',||
nieetlng in each month bYuSSSI
showing the amoutu f Tv"nlI
penses of each City | *.,."' "' I
the preceding month. tisSS?'*!
the amount allowe.l iu ,ica* "'"I
men, when ,he Ann,,.., i,^',^
act on all Ordinance.___i I
City Council a,, .h'.-h^ll
fitted before K.nt>SfM
Mayor for hi.- approval; ,iLtll'S\
he shall sign the same and renn.ii
to the .City Clerk. ,f dli^jl
return same with hi. i.bSotToiull
wilting, to the Citv ouncil J, i'l
next regular meeting, lb. ,.J|
cause tlie same to I.......t,i>d m Sal
upon Its records of their .,jfl
Inga, with the Ma.,, obsv.^Ll
thereto, and pass upon the nil
upon consideration th. c-|lv c 'Jl
shall pass aaid Ordinance bv a f7.
fifths 14/0) inajorlt. vote hjj
vote shall be entered u|ion 'th,
ords, such Ordinance shall then I
come law, the Mavoi s vole tots
contrary notwithstanding Any iwi
nance which shall not Ii. returned)
the City Council at the next tnii
meeting after Its passage sin.
written veto, shall become a la L-
like manner as If approved by thl
Mayor or Acting Mayor.
Section (.VACANCIES IN OfFlCfl
OK MAYolt: The IV.v.l,-,,, Council, during the ahsenre or di.'l
blllty of the Mavoi. shall nt as sural
Mayor, but while so m ting ga Mava;|
he shall not have the right In art |
vote as a member of the citj rnntiii
but the City Conn, II shall.' In tut)
case, elect a President pro tern a
in case the Mayor shall he abvent i
laboring under any disability Kr m
than three days at a time, the art
lug Mayor shall receive the Mayor
salary for the time of his absence, i
disability provided, that In the na
of the absence, sickness .r >ti-.jiialifi-1
cation of the Mayor an I .r th- l'rr|
dent of the City Council, the eg
Council may elect one of its membi
who shall oe Acting Mayor, hut I
acting Mayoi cannot -n as a inunk
of Council: and. provided, further, I
case of death, resignation, rem
failure to qualify due lo non-resM
or physical disability, or In case j
failure to elect a Mayor, the Prel.kl
of the City Council m Acting Manm
as above provided, shall dlscharff th
duties of said office until filled lal
manner and pursuant In ARTs'l
VIII, BactlOB II of this charter
Section 7. DUTIES AND POWER
Of CITY COUNCIL: The |
ell shall have the povvei :. -f(e.:
all of the powera granted t. the'
of North Miami Beach under
Chatter, together with .ill Img
powers necessary to rarr) into exi
tlon all Bowers granted t" the
City. The hereinafter enumerate*)
tlcular iioweis in tin- CharteT
not be deemed egclusivi and II
tlon to the powers enuineratej b
or implied thereby, oi approprawB
the exercise of such |......,.. It i> I
tended that the fit) Couadl
have ami may ex.r. se all P>
which, under the Constitutional]
Slate and granted t.. the fit) Ce
i-IIb "f cities anl town? I" US
laiws of the Stale of II.., Ids. It '
be coni|H-teiit for tins Charter
fli-ally lo eiiiimei a te
E NUMERATED POWERI
COUNCIL: The fit) Council I
have ami Is granted lh rigMi
laiwers as follow.
(I) 'I'o appoint a ('
shall perform all tii
upon liim by
Attorney.
I -
prov isloni
the
Charier and which
BOlibed or which ma; he nri
piiaflillnil by Cltv I-di"-.
(2) T" aiusuliil a Cu. Knglni-er
shall psrform all duties las
upon him b> the provisions
Charter and which ue "'" .
scribed, or which nun hrrratur
prescrll.e.1 hv Cltv i-idinance-
(^) To make, eslshlish "",.
for the liovernmeiil f said C
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^ mA^FEBRUARY 5, 1654 LEGAL NOTICI k ., time "•" ,hlH h r, f r h "" W". -.In I'M %  •. D.-p.iitmenl pr i'ii.> : the f. shall he HOSi or •<'"'" 1 ''> '"••'"'"i", 1 "" "' "': ,. i,> enj thing Herein II ,,,. h a, UOIM or notwlth. 1 .',,'. ,,.,| the fur..n. .MS. powers n* !" .'. .,.; ... Department "'' .,„ !'•'"> %  ".. '" **• thtfl charter, bi .!"•> %  or ed to miolliej; ARTICLE XIII DEPARTMENT OF LAW ..,„„ i CITY ATTORNEY; Al'|-(i|NTMBXT %  |TV ITTORNEY; UIAI.IFICATIONS TV ATTORNEY. I'oWKits AND DUTIEH 4 Ml N'CIPAL JL'DOE; Al'I-OINTMENT 5 Ml MCI PAL JUDGE; .,,> UNIFICATIONS 4 Ml NI' ll'AL JUDGE: pnWEKS AND DUTIES Action 1 CITY ATTORNEY; APPOINTMENT: There shall be it I >••jarinifM ol l*flw, the head of which •hall Mi..in.\. who Hhull be ai>i">ini.-l b) the City Council. Action 2 CITY ATTORNEY; QUALIFICATIONS: The City AttnrHj, to qualif) fl such position shall I I lau :i!ltl a llu'lll p* of thi I I ii.1.1 Bar In good HIMI Section 3. CITY ATTORNEY: POWERS AND DUTIES: The City ittenw) shall he the legal iidvlHer i ifc IVparl in.-nli* and Ag,..:,.. ..: i m ihe Offlcen And Em..( the CltJ ..t North Miami relating lo their official nowrepreeent the • nceedlnga. It shall %  i in .ill aei v Icea %  II Ion a.may l.e iteSi i.> thki Cnai Stcton 4 MUNCIPAL JUDGE: APPOINTMENT: There -hall be I I %  % %  i. %  %  appointment the Mayor. Section MUNICIPAL JUDGE: OUAUFICATIONS: The Municipal ulj ii. i need and Lt-laW, and a la Bar In n I • Section 6. MUNICIPAL JUDGE: POWERS AND DUTIES: II Hhull be M inlclpal Jud| I II I. lint lew III.in ,.!,. .• LEGAL NOTICE +Jewlstrk>rldlian PAGE 15 B ? %  .7 ,ay '" designated bl the nun, il for (he trial of all %  I with violation of any > << %  !;<• %  ;•" % %  of the City, which"trial %  hall .. .HI, jury, and. u ,, \h tlon of auch peraon 01 peraoni to Impoae up..n him oi thorn IUI i, penalti nai e II.shall has.the powei la summon e/ltneaaea, laaue warrant! of upon affidavit dulj ru.-.i. t„ administer oaths ami to do all other ai Ii necessary i,.r Hi. perforate ,.f Id's duo... ajMllalao have ,.,.• Jower t3 punish for contempt of court to the ; s ?' "' •' [Ine in.i excec g five hundred ($400) dollara or Iroiirlson'"• •'" ceedlng slxtj dayi or both MI. i, fine and Impriapnmenl i in, oata "i proaecutlon in said o irl shall he the aame ai are allowed by law in Circuit Court, iu< h coata being taxed agarnsl the pel aon con | and i olleotod b) the Cltj I 'i. rk to be paid over bj him to %  cits Depositary and Placed to the credit ..i the Clti of Ninth Miami Baaoh. ARTICLE XIV GENERAL PROVISIONS Section 1. Contracts extending be>olnl one year 2. Publicity ..t Records 1. 1'nrsorutl Internal |.|.| 4. official Bonds 5. flail, of offi. i 6. Effect of thu Charter, mi Existing latw 7. Amending; the Charter 1. Suits and Claim.-, against the Cltj 9. Keparabilltv Clause Section 1. CONTRACTS EXTEND. TENDING BEYOND ONE YEAR; No contract Involving thu payment of mono) out of th.. appropriation! of more than one year shall be made for a period of more than five <:>) years; nof shall any sm-h oontracl Invalid unices made or approved by ordlnance. Section 2 PUBLICITY OF RECORDS: All record! and account! of every Office. Department or Agency of the Cltj shall I pen t.i Inapectlon by any citlxen. any i em ,.-• ni.il i\ % %  ,.f a ,Hi. aens orKanlxatlon. or any repreaentatlve of the iiress. at all reasonable um.s ami un i, r reaaanable regulation! eotabllahed bj the Coum II, i \ cepl record! and document! the .li-, I,..-nire of whlrh would i, mi to defeat the lawful purpose which tbej an intended I., acconipliah Section 3. PERSONAL INTEREST: No member <.f the Cot II or any i or Emplo) f thi i I have any financial Intereat, din I i Indirect, or by reaaon of ownerablp .f Btoca in any corporation, in any conti.n i. or in the s.-iie to the Cltj or to i Conti supplying the City, of any land or rights oi Intereati In any land, material, supplied ... service! Any willful violation of ti.u LEGAL NOTICE shall .on.tltute malfeasance In office ,.";' : orVhe ,' .> %  1 "1 J a %  "•'> %  """" S her'l,!" '>' offn-e ,„ position. Any vloi'i'.n ..t this ,-„.,i,,..i with the knoi-" t '-. MH. i .. mi %  „. ,, f „ ie .„.,. tb. '< '•',, '" n ,""n""" """""'i'..: with voidable in the Mayor or the Council Sect.on 4. OFFICIAL BONDS: Tie ""• i '" pnance, lh Tax Collector, and such ether Officers ,,r Knithe Count d mm b> gen' % %  ', nan, • tmi il e u i„ n., %  •'.ad si,. I...ml i„ .. u ,|, am ount and imaj be approved '> ''" %  ••' %  %  "I The premium! on IUI h '" "'Ishall be paid bj the Cltj Section 5. OATH OF OFFICE officer of the Cltj •Ball, i..•-' ntering upon thi autlea ..f his .in. e, take and lubai i ibe to the following oath oi affirmation, t.. be fue i Cl'.rk '" '" ""' "' ""' "' ""' "-' "l aoleranl) swear (oi affirm) that l will support ti„. Constitution and win poej in. Laws -d the United Btates, ami ..I the Bute ,.r n,„Ida; thai l will, In all respects, ob%  •i i, ,ii. provision! ni the Caai tei and Ordinance! of the city of North Miami Heach, and Will faithful y discharge the duties of tinOffice of Section 6. EFFECT OF THIS CHARTER ON EXISTING LAW: (a) All laws ami parts >.i laws relating to, ... affecting the City of North Miami Kcarh in force when this Charter shall take effect, are h.rel.v repealed and superseded to the BJtteBl that the same are inconsistent with th.provtaloni ,,f this Charter; a.) in-..f.,i as th. provlalona of this < hartei are thi same n. terms or In substance and effect as the provisions of the law.In force when this barter shall take effect, relating to or affecting the City of North Miami I.each, the provlalona of this Charter are intended to be not a new enactment, but a continuation of such provisions ..f btw, and this Charter shall be nstrued and applied Section 7. AMENDING THE CHAR. TER: Amendment! t.. this Charter maj be framed and submitted to the • %  %  • %  ...is of ihe i ity bj ;i Charter %  !ommlssion in the manner provided l.\ law f,,r framing and submitting a new er. Amendments maj alao be ed and aubmltted bj i ndmance passed by .. vote of the majority or the men, h.rs of the City Council, or by a petition signed bj nol less than ten per ecu tun, (IfWH of ti.e qualified elector! of th.City, setting forth am proposed amendments and filed ith the i "Itj Clei k Ii rdance with the |..o\ laloni ol .-'• .-ii.ui 9 ol \ i le IX of this Charter, whereupon the | "o in. il shall forthwith prot Ide by ordinance for submitting such promt ndm.-i.t I,, \,,:,. ,,f the ell tori Any Ordinance for submitting LEGAL NOTICE a Charter Amendment to the electors shall inov.de that such Amendment I" submitted at toe next regular municipal siaotlon, if one shall occur than alxty (M), nor more than one hundred twenty (ISO) days after the paaaage ..f the Ordlnahi •• otherwise, it shall provide for the submi -i"u of the Amendment at a special election to be ailed and held within the time .it,,i, ..,i.|. .\,,t leas Hun I I daj s pi |01 tO sin I. ele, titOI the I i |l IK shall mail a copy ol tin• Amendment to cadi elei Id? upon the nation hooks of the las, regular municipal or general elei tlon, ir a pro' amen.iment he approved I., ;, majority of the elei ton voting thereon, II -ii.iii become ., pan of the t barter al Ihe time fixed the,em Section 8, SUITS AND CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY: No lull I .1 tlntained against the City for damage! ailslng put of a failure to Keep in proper condition any sidewalk, pavement, viaduct. bridge street, or other public place, or For anj tort, ualeaa it shall i„. made to appear thai the damage alleged iattributable to negligence of the City, and laal written notice of such dam ai:.. waa, within thirty r}0) daya after etving of the Injury alleged, given in tin I'iiv Attorney with euch reasonable epecilflcatlon as to the time and plai-e and wjltiusses as would enable the city Officials to Investigate the matter; ami no verdict shall in any rait be given for an amount ex'•••••di IK ipensated damages to the plalntlfl directly applicable to .-u.i, negligence on the part of the Citir, and contributor) negligence on trie part of the plaintiff shall defeat all recovery against the City, It shall be the dut> of the City Attorney, upon receiving any such notice, to at once investigate the matter and lay the farts, supported by Ihe evidence, before the City Council in a written rei".,'. and the Cltj Council shall have the right, ami. upon the written re> quesi of the person Injured, il be the duty of the city Council to gate the matter and it may, I'v resolution, make such reasonabli tii'iiH-iit "t a ai maj be agreed upon between the city Council and the pi -on so da maged. No rail shall be maintained agalnat the "Ity upon any debt "i obligation or damagei arising In any manner whatsoever unless such suit shall be begun within one ii> year aftei default of such debt or ohligalion. ol urrence of the acts out ..r which It Is claimed such da magi arose, nor unless within thirtj 130) da..after such claim ahail arlae, there shall Infiled with the clerk of the Cltj a notice under oath, aetting forth lemi ill of such claim, a nd al baching copies of any document! whi.h may lot... the ba-.s of any claim, inn In no • vi nl shall suit i" LEGAL NOTICE begun against the city prior to ninety . 1954, Saturday •• Sundays and Hotldayi excepted lug ihe baalnes! hours of the C Had. w hli h are I A M to M P N : Persona properly reglatered a Qualified to rote in said election. Signed VIRGINIA MOORE, i-.i .1 .,, || IVI. '.. 1-'. lei JUDGE NORMAN R I.Yi.N-'. \ i 'h..i tei Ri %  Islon Board .' ..f North Mian Heai h LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES" COURT IN AND 0H DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. J1M7-B I" la i \ i i; I IK WILLIAM .-i III.KKlt. Deceased "<"*!• nid All Persons Hav%  "< %  : %  in -in ds Agalnat Said hstat-: y..„, and •. h „f you, are hereby i and i..|,iired w present any rlaims and demand! which you, or tithe, of >.,.,. may have against the taut* nf \VII.|.fAM SCHBRER, deceased i,,, „, |,„,,,. f ( „,nty Florida, n the Honoi able County Judges of iiil* Countj and file the same In IrlT"" • County Courthouse in "-I.'• ...i.n, Florida, wUhln eight 'in.. Hi, from the date of the Brat public. ,ti„n hereof. Shld claims annaii.i. %  .. c.sitaln the legal aderns ,if the la I man t and to be aworn U1M ,.,.-. nted as aforesaid, or same • in inLa, red, Ut* January Mh, A.D. 154. /•, I'HKli SCHERER Ai Kxeoutor of the Last Will I -stament of WILLIAM SCHKltER. jrmw HEIMAN KAPLAN"' 1 Estet. of LEGAL NOTICE N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT "I AND FOR DADE COUNTY. NORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. SI ln '' %  • %  l>. ITS OF HRT H RCBIN. Deceased NOTICt TO CREDITORS To All Ore,. '" ''la,inEsiati .'pa. and iSl"" and •-'ther of v, and All Persona Hav' i'einands Against Said Ii of you. are hereby 1 I'dred to preaent any leu, an,Is which you. or ... may have against the '-"'il.,.!. S RI -J"N. deceased 1 II'HIM ,,„,,.,„; V ,h ,l t the first 5KI? .ni ', 1\ u,> r ,atm ,r de "' iho ,,,., "" ">* le al address nd pres' ,'" "" "' h %  *" l "ill I,,|, '" "'"'•'said, or same ,„"; '^ Bee Section no of the ""'• ,'' I AD. 154. '.'I'V '" RUBIN and ,' "" x "' the Last Will l : l'K M '.,.,'•;' I!I "IN. Deceased. -..'.:,; Vl "\V. KRIK UK E8TATP 0 ; ? 78li 1 NWeg-i-!'--• %  'PLlI ,>•" %  %  I,',.. D'SCHARQE No, 27810-B AKE B pTlCE ."^CHARGE %  ",.'•"; 'ven that I have yindnlstralrlx of lv," 1 ," 1 ". 'I,, '''• | ,,: 'leceased; •I tk? H V IN',', ^ ""norable 2 S5J*, 1 'ounty Li N i OjWKy Judge "Uri. '""" "|., t ^a'. for %  PP'oval *£*. *' Adm n.'.""''. 'r final dlaNOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 1539 JOHN BERET, Plaintiff. va. AUGUSTA FRANCKS IIERKT. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: AUUIISTA FRANCES KERRY 126 South Lexington Avenue White Plains. New York You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of ComW'alnt on the plaintiff's Attorney, EN'RY M. CAIN. I'.IS W. Plagter Bl Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading ln the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Coutt on or before the 15th day of February, !'' .1 If j-ou fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against j'ou for ihe i.d.ef demanded in the Bill of Complaint. (This notice shall he published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLOIUD1AN.) IK1NE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, thla 8th day of January, A.D. 154. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. I>ade County. Florida. By M. C. GREEN. Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk HENRY M. CAIN Attorney for Plaintiff Kll West Flagler St.. Miami. Florida l,l.-H -9 — ?/ % %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 165427 SHELDON Mi.ED. Plaintiff vs. I.ORETTA SANDRA Mold' Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE. In I.ORETTA SANDRA MoED c/o The Hillside TaM Mlrd Street Kelros. Iamg Island, N Y. You are hereby notified that a Bill of 'ompsiint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy af your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on th,. plaintiff's Attoin. %  BEN ESSEN, 111 Seybold Building. Miami. Florida, nnd file Ihe original An-w.i IT Pleading In the office of Ihe Clerk of the Clrrull Court ,.n or before the 2l'nd day of February, MM. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be lakep against you for the relief demanded in the I'.ill nf Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami, norida. this 1Mb day of January. I D mi. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Cii, uit 'ourt, Dsde County. Florida By WM W STOCKING, Ii'In lilt Court Seal) Deputy Clerk. BEN ESSEN. KSJ. Ml Seybold Building. Miami. Florida — 1/5-11 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dealring to engage In buslnesa under the fictitious name of WHEEL I.VN RESTAURANT at 4S8 W. Flagler Street. Intend to register aiiM name with the Clerk of th. Circuit Court ,.f Dadc County, Florida. DtMOM AGAPITOS w CARMKLLA AGAPITOS MANUEL i.riiEL Attorney for Applicant! CIS W. Flagler Street l/le-SfLM — 1/5 NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by virtue of Chapter B7K of Florida Statutes Annotated (HMD. Warehousemen and Warehouse Receipt!, Wherein A. O. TRANSFER A WAREHOC.s'K CO.. INC.. a Florida corporation, by virtue of Its warehouse lien, haa In Its possession the following described property: USED SILK SCREEN SHOP EQUIPMENT as the property of Mil S. W. SEWEI.L, of lfsi N.E. IStth Terrace, taken from all S W U'th Avenue, and USED SI'XDRY STORE EQUIPMENT and FIXTURES as the property of MR M. B SUBANK8, of I1W S.W. 10th Avenue, taken from ?IMI S.W. 12th Avenue, and that on th. Ith day of February. 19.il, during the legal hours of sale, mainly bet wen 11:00 forenoon and f:S0 In the afternoon, at ;019 N. Miami Avenue. Miami, HorIda. Ihe undersigned shall offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash In hand the above describe.I property as the property of Mr. Seweil and Mr, Eubank a. DATED at Miami, Florida, this 25th dnv of Jnnuarv. 1154, A. •, TRANSFER \WAREHOUSE CO., INC. 1/29 — | I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni.TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BEACHCOMBER APTS., at S30 ><:.th %  treat, Miami Baach, Intends to register said name with Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Couit of I'ade County, Florida. CARLYI.E H MtDENS, INC. OWNER I. R. MAYERS Attorney for Applicant 1406 Congri.-lildg. 1/1S-11-29 — :' %  NOTICE iY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 165779 MARY CAIRO. Plaintiff. vs. VINCENT CAIRO, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE You. VINCENT CAIRO, 101-31 116th St., s on me Park. l.ong Island. N\ a York: are hereby notified that s Itill • i Complaint for Divorce has li.-.-n filed against you. and you Are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. CLAUDE M. IIARNES. If! E Flaglel 81 Miami. Ela., and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court ,u. or before ihe 2nd day of March. 1954. if you fail to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the DIM of Complaint. This notice shall lie published once each w e ek for four consecutive Veeks in THE JEWISH FLOKIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED M, at 1601 7th street Cauaeway, North Baj Vlllai Florida. mi. ...i i.. reglatei aaid name with tinc ierk of the Circuit Court of 1 lade l iouatj I cllda EDWARD P. BROOKS JOSEPH STAB1N8KY 1/21 — 2/.-12-11' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SUPREME BEAUTY PARLOR, al 87 S.E. 1st Ave., Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. EDYTHE COHN 1/22-29 — 2 5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th.t the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under Ihe fictitious name nt WIEDER WINE CO., at 8522 N W. ."•ith Street, Miami. Intends to register raid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.County, Florida. SAMUEL WIEDER MOLLY WIEDER BERNARD WIEDER Attornej for Applicant! -Ill Lincoln Rd. 1 11-11 — 2/5-11 IN THE CIRCUIT C6URT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 165609 FREDRIC II STANCE, Plaintiff. \ s JANE JANVIER WARD STANCE I icfcndnnt. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: JANE JANVIER WARD STANCE 42.", West -,7th Street New Yoik, New fork YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and yon are hereby required to ser\> a cop) of jour Answer to the Bill of Complaint on Plaintiffs attorney, and file the original Answer ln Ihe office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on before ih.Ji'ml da\ of February. IH4: otherwise, the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against \..u Dated tins IMh day of January, I'.d i: B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court BJ It. H RICE. JR. Deputy Clerk (seal) C.EOROE .1 TALIANOFF, ESy. Attorney for Plaintiff I2ii Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla. • — 2/5-11 ) ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at



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?AY FEBRUA RY 5, 1954 ^Jewlslifhrkttan PAGE 7 A Synagogue Choirs, Dance Groups To Participate in Music Festival .1 u r 0 h % %  K / .iBB C1 sjFgg&i % %  %  iSrl ll!rapti jiSi % ?l P?SRrom throughout the r Miami mi will Join c • In in impressive local t'rihut* tn National Jewish Music Festival on the stage of the Flamingo I'.nk bandsbell Sunday night, I i nary 21st. This concert, presented to the public in order to stimulate further interest in the Jewish music;il heritage, has been arranged by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, it was announced by Leo Sheiner, Festival Committee chairman. Choirs from Congregation Beth David, Coral Gables Jewish Center, Miami Beach Jewish Center and Zamora Jewish Center will appear on the program, together with the festival chorus and choir organized by GMJCC under the direction of Robert Strassburg. Theme of the entire program is, Voices Of Light, and will serve to provide a fresh and interesting view of Jewish music through the medium of various symbolic uses of light, such as light of the new land, light of truth and light of j brotherhood, Sheiner explained. A dramatic script prepared by! Strassburg will be read by Judge Kenneth Oka, who has been associated with the cause of Jewish; music for many years. The Hymn To Brotherhood is included on the program in keeping with the theme of Brotherhood Week which begins February 21st. The first half of the program will include selections in Hebrew, Yiddish and English presented by the various choral groups. A colorful spectacle has been prepared for the second half of the program, when the GMJCC Modem Dance Group, under the leadership of Ruth Walton, joins the Festival Chorus for the presentation of the choral pageant Chab Habrikurim This pageant, by the eminent American-Jewish composer. Max Helfman, is otherwise known as the Festival Of The First Fruits and uses largely Israeli folk themes. ; Bazaar Brunch Due A bazaar brunch will be held at I the North Shore Jewish Center on I Monday, February 8th, 12 p.m. Ad mission will be new saleable merchandise, according to Mrs. Eleanor I Brown, in charge of arrangements. Donald G. Mackenzie >lacK< k nziV to Vi For Stale Office Donald G. MacKentle, %  29-yearold Miami attorney, announced his candidacy for the office Representative from Dade Sew in Group 2. lie attended the University of M:anu ami graduated from the CM Law School. He resides al 664 I wood Road. Key Biscayne, with his wife and child. MacKenzie. an army veteran of 33 months, served two years in the Persian Gulf Command and shortly after World War II, he came to Florida. An active civic worker, he instituted the Key Biscayne Civic Association and is a charter member of the Key Biscayne Junior Chamber of Commerce. MacKenzie states that he has initially a four point program— more stringent law and control of child molesters. more effective state-wide mosquito and sand fly control, a full length turnpike to the Georgia border and complete support for the medical scho the University of Miami Passes CPA Exam Among those informed here that I hey have passed the November. 1953 State of Florida CPA examin1 at ion is Nathan Newman, of BO SU 52nd Avenue. Miami. Newman I currently is attending the University of Miami Law School and will be associated with a CPA in the practice of accounting soon. I Jewish Festival Choral Group of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center is directed in l ho, above by Robert Strassburg, festival coordinator (right). Front row (left to right) are Dons Rabinowitz, Francino Weinstein, Bertha Lebow, Caroline Sachs. Frances Sanes and Syl" a Kum. Rear row are Clarence Longer. Dave Sachs and Harold Lebow. This group represents the Miami section of the GMJCC Chorus. The Beach section is not shown Beth David UKM, (second from top), with music director Mrs. Miriam Donnerstag at left and Cantor Maur Mamches at right, includes Reuben Idels. Evelyn Saluk. Murray Bourn and Norman ReiH. Rth Walton (foreground) leads a modern dance group of the Greater Miami Jewish Commu!' %  ', of the program. Members of the Si st er h ood have looted to perlorm. Mr St lei L. I Cohen is program director. I I chairmen of the Donor Lunch are Mrs George Graham and Ml*. Al Rothberg. NO BETTER VALUE IN ATTNEW YORK! CpJ. Martin Ballas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Ballas. 1481 NW 57th Street, is on'his way home from Korea after 18 months of overseas duty. Cpl. Ballas is a graduate of Miami Edison High School and attended the University of Miami. After a short furlough, he will report back for his last year of service. SAVE TIME. SAVE MONEY. You'll •"joy your stay in New York more k you >lop ot tho friendly President Hotel. 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Japiro will Appear with UM Symphony :bestra; Villa-Lobos Guest Conductor -JfwtstintHObtj PAGE 3 B Schapiro, celebrated Schapiro parentage. IM wh o will appear here with miversitv of Miami Symphony CTHeitor Villa-Lobos. ^conductor, on February 14th | Miami Beach jjjtorium a n c (February 15th JDade County jitorium. ha; extensive-| In Europe, the Ijent and where performance won highest Iiim f r o nr, critics a n d| nces. American n of Russian vale graduate of the Moscow Iservatory and a student of two | teachers. Joseph Sliwinski of JK), and the Russian composer I pianist. Nicholas Medtner, his i musical background has been foundation of his successful er. |A rare blend of virtuosity with Ifound musicianship"—such was comment of Pierre Monteux, fcer whose baton Maxim Schaappeared with the San FranSymphony Orchestra for six essive seasons. Be appeared as soloist with the York Philharmonic, the ChiSymphony, San Francisco fphony. New York National hestral Association, the Vanl\er. BC Symphony, the Honolulu Symphony, as well as with the Stockholm Symphony Orchestra, the Orchestra Radio-Symphonique in Paris and the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. A masterly chamber music player, he has appeared as guest artist with many notable groups! the Budapest Quartet, the Paganini Quartet, the Pascal Quartet, the Pasquier Trio and many others. Schapiro's concert tours took him several times through the North American continent, to Central and South America, Europe and the Middle East. Trne to his conviction that "artists, like kings, must serve," Mr. Schapiro has a deep interest in all problems confronting this world and contributes to his society in many and various ways. His educational and cultural background is as extensive as his musical repertoire. A graduate of the Law School of Moscow University, a student of philosophy at Freiburg University, a psychologist who made his studies in this field under Alfred Adler, founder of the Viennese School of individual psychology, an accomplished linguist who commands seven languages, a lecturer. teacher and poet, he lends his versatility and experience to numerous organizational projects which appeal to his social instincts. He is founder and chairman of the Institute of Contemporary American Music under the sponsorship of the Hartt Musical Foundation; he has conducted lectures for the Symphony Forum of the San Francisco Bay Area universities— University of California, Stanford University, Mills College and University of San Francisco—he has been associated as visiting teacher with the Hartt School of Music in Hartford, Connecticut. He has conducted numerous Master Classes and has functioned as adjudicator for numerous music contests. 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1 PAGE 16 B kwtst ncrkU*ri_ FRIDAY. F EBRUARY 5. Kusevitsky Concert Chairmen Schedule Brunch, Reception Two events spotlighting their Moshe Kusevitsky concert on February i?ih have been announced by Sisterhood members of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. The first is I brunch on Mond a y February 8th. at the North Bay Road home of Mrs. Sam Priedland, when t h e Sisterhood Board will hear reports from ticket chairman Mrs. Waitzkin Mrs. Henry M. Waitzkin. general chairman Mrs. George Goldberg and patrons' cochairmen Mrs. Joseph M. Rose and Mrs. Charles Fruchtman. At the brunch, final plans will also be made for the second event, the reception honoring Cantor Kusevitsky following his concert in the Center. Reception chairman is Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton. The fete will be held in the Blue Room of the Delano Hotel. Sisterhood president is Mrs. Joseph A. Berman. Assisting chair men are the Mesdames Harry Rog ers, Samuel Lipton, Nat Hankoff, Ben Zion Ginsburg, Harry Brick and treasurer Mrs. Samuel Ginsberg. Peak success of the concert loomed with a heavy advance list of more than 100 patrons and a fast popular saie of tickets through Mrs. Waitzkin and the central office at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, according to word here this week. Honorary concert patrons include Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro and Mrs. Shapiro and music editors Doris Reno, Miami Herald; Edward Ireland, Miami Daily News; and Grace Stone Hall, Florida Sun. Sophie Tucker, who recently visited and helped cheer patients of the Jewish National Home for Asthmatic Cnildren at iJenver, Colorado, shows she's still thiiikir\g of the youngsters by being the first contributor to the February 11th Tag Day to be held in Miami by the Lorber and Greater Miami chapters of the National Home. Mrs. Aaron Resnick, Tag Day chairman, smiles her appreciation for the actress' donation. More than 500 Miami women are members of the two local chapters. Beth Jacob Women To Welcome Visitors Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Jacob will welcome visiting tourists a) its meeting on Wednesday evening, February UMh. 8 p.m.. in the social hall of th Congregation. Program of the evening will be presented by visitors to the area. Mrs Harry Bradbury, of Boston, Massachusetts, will render vocal selection. Joan Meyer will be accompanist. Sophia Binder, of New York City, will present a dramatic reading. Mrs Louis Shafkin. president, is in charge of the business meeting. Mrs Moses Mescheloff will introduce the program. Proceeds for Lend-A-Hand The Louis D Brandeis Auxiliary, No. 199. Free Sons of Israel, will hold an annual donor benefit on Sunday evening. February 21st. at the Clover Club. Proceeds will be donated to Land A-Hand for its summer camp for children. Reservations can be made with Mrs. Moe I'lotkin and Mrs. Hy Edwards. Roosevelt Chapter Fete The Eleanor Roosevelt (runt of Bnai Brith Women will n TT donor card party on Wednesds February 10th. 8:30 p m '"*! 12th floor Hotel. of P m on lhe Fl <:r..,rj ori Dora Stein Card Party Dora Stein Mtterhood i | fa raelite Center will have ly card party on Saturday Febn ary 6th, 8 p.m.. at th, %  Israelit] Center. Mrs. I. Goldberg is £1 man. MIAMI BEACH 1104 Lincoln Rd. Ph. 5 Ml 2 ? SURFS DE 9473 Hording „I Ph. 866171 cevie CUSTOM TAILORING 1104 LINCOLN ROAD Miami Beach 9473 HARDING AVENUE Surfiide HABERDASHERY 30fh Yiar en Miami Beach Temple Israel Youth Elect Officers Young Adults of Temple Israel will meet on Sunday. February 14th. 8 p m., at the Temple, 137 NE 19th Street. Temporary officers of the group are president, Robert Kuperberg; vice president, Betty Lou Glickman: treasurer. Francine Queenth; and secretary, Shirley Kaufman. 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Jay has been featured on the stage, radio and television and last year was awarded the title of Mr Television, Jr.. of Miami by officials it station WTVJ and the Daily News. He was also the winner, by popular vote, of a talent contest held over station WMBM. (pomplete and Sbependatte c7i//e SeMrict\ M IAMI TITL€ & Qktract Co. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IK DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE! Till* Iniuronce Policies ef Kansas City Title laswranct Co. Capital, Surplus A Reservts Exceed $3,000,000 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 3-18931 12:00 I've Got News 12:15 Love ..f Life 12:30 Search For Tumor. 12:45 GuidniK I.Utht AFTERNOON I 1:00 Brunch With Judy Roy Roger* I M in Review IJrVh W. Judy 1.30 Gary .\i.iore Capt. Horti Juvenile Jury (Jary Moore t'art n-o-Vllle %  • Patrol Thiii Ea The Life Arthur Godfrey Johnny Jupiter I'.iily Graham liana Magic Whafs Tr'l.le S. 8ch'l of Air Fve 5ol News i Love of Life l n Bob F*nles B'rch For Tom. 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H"' PAGE 4 A kni rtrtrriatfa n wjewist Published every Friday since 1927 by the Jewish Floridian at 12C N. E. Sixth Street, Miami 18, Florida Entered as second-class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office-6f Miami, Fla., under the Act of March 3, 1879. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish "'graphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Association. American Association o( English-Jewish Newspapers, Florida Press Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor Ik iri/JiiJin OFFICE and PLANT -120 NE. Sixth Stree. Telephones 2-lHJj3 2-8^U S5.0C IVBTCRIPTION ^AJES: One Year 3 — Friday, February 5, 1954 „ m oa Number 6 Volume 28 Adar 2. 5714 During The Week... A FRIDAY. FEBRUARY c S e i, .r'WWW^W. • I By LEO MINDLIN < oillusion ll reminded of my own days as a youth •"' lanL^ L" nd a fhe "Periment and all the adventure o %  he .".h "VL ww idMS Pronounced upon the rtill-child s long* £ he others, the program was one which will remain with me for* •• ""mi ntLO IIS annual ui< %  — ..„, un-.several weeks ago. The memory of young children tht' r iih m c Ces ,n song ,h,! r enthusiasm and their freshness e



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Milt Sheila K. letter V .imlv Hirsch Troth To Lawrencf Fall ToW Here Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hirsch, of Atlanta. Georgia, announce the engagement of their daughter. Judy, to Lawrence Fall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fall, of Miami and Atlanta, and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupper. Miss Hirsch was graduated from Ohio State University School of Business Administration, where she was a member of Sigma Delta Tau Sorority. She is affiliated with! Davison-Paxon Company. Atlanta. in an administrative capacity. Mr. Fall is a graduate of Miami Senior High School. He attended Emory University. Atlanta, where he became a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi. social fraternity, and Kappa Kappa Psi, honorary music fra ternity. He is presently enrolled at Emory University School of Dentistry and is president of Alpha Omega dental fraternity, and vic presi dent of the Dental School Interlra ternity Council til Si 1 I Before Yiddisher Forum \; .% (, leiberman will be pea • %  %  %  >': "I per "Idi n Satu evening Febi iar; 6th B p m in Knesetn l-i..i : Coni i Subject "l his talk i> scheduled ;is: s Dubom AHistorian Gleiberman habeen affiliated with the Workmen's Circle schools and is a well known teacher and lecturer. Der Yiddisher Jorum is a weekly presentation of the Greater Miami Chapter of YTVO. Yiddish Sci! entific Institute. to^ rt. Murray Shaw T an i :>! I"• % % %  •. M Sh.iu I • '"' "'•'' """' a> ; volunteer worker tor the ,i Sot let j in '1 >.< duties in behall "t ire that she coordithe work ol approximately all volunteer workers. who* tasks include clerical work and telephone calling duties in the jubilee Oft Shaw not only must be able to enlist the aid of •omen, but must be on hand constantly to supervise their work. Leonard Wien. Jubilee chairman, said of her "No choice of words could express the sincere gratitude we feel towards Lil Shaw for the work she did last year and is do.ng again this year in Jubilees behalf. %  ,ii ^ bathing suits. Miaa Etoaa %  % %  >' Held, (UMtfof ,,t the Mgtor Hotel, is the president oi the ilunl Largest bathinu i i organlzrtiOJ in the world, which licars i: r name. A rui.lve of Canada. Miss Reid came to the United States seven years ago. Miss Reid is doing a technicolor film at the Algiers Hotel, to be shown on television and in theatres throughout the country THE SISTERHOOD of the MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER MOSHE KUSEVITSKY World Famous Artist-Renowned Sinter of Cantorial and Ooerotic Repertoires WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17th, at 8:15 P.M. 1701 Washington Avenue, Miami Reach Ticket* on Sale t the Center or Cell M-ISO3-5.00. 4.00. 3 00. Tex InekS. MRS. GEORGE GOLD3ERG. Oeneral Chairman MRS. HENRY WAIT2KIN. Patron ^Chairman Hebrew School Meeting Miami Hebrew School and Con gregation will hold a Board of Di rectors meeting on Tuesday eve ning, February 9th, it has been an nounced by H. M. Drewich. presi dent. MiM Cher.'ene Cootner Miss (lootner Picks Spring Kites Mr. and Mrs. William D. Cootner, of 1677 SW 15th Street, announce the engagement of their daughter, Charlene Rosalee. to Alfred I Moss, son ol Mr. and Mrs. i David Moss, of Forest Hills, Long Island. New York. ttiaj Cootner was sraduated from Miami Senior High School and at tended the University of Florida, at Gainesville. Mr MOM Ia graduate of New York University and at the present time is connected with The National Cash Register Company. The couple plan a spring wedding in New York, after which they will return to Miami to live. DEPENDABLE OOME6TIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS M EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 17 N. E. 5tn Street Phone S-S401 AL MEIOENBERO. Owner DER YIDDISHER FORUM | MEETS EVERY SATURDAY, I p.m. KNESETH IS9AEL CONGREGATION | 141S Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6th Speaker: M. GlEIBERMAN Topic: "S. DDBN0R, HISTORIAN" FOR REAL SATISFACTION TED BRAMSON mvrrts YOU ro USE NATIONAL Exterminators ESTABLISHED 1939 rmerxfiH-y 3-5210 DIAL 58-7341 BETTER SERVICE AT REASONABLE PIKES "Mighty National t> 3D k PHOTOGRAPHY CAPTURE THE EXQUISITE TRUE-TOLIFE COLOR Of YOUR WEDDING, BAR MITZVAH, ANNIVERSARY, OR PARTY IN 3D ALSO BLACK A WHITE CANOIDS SEE THEM NO OBLIGATION RALPH BARGTEIL Phone 83-8431 HIGHEST QUALITY Certified Concrete Building and Column Blocks • Central and Transit-Mied Concrete • Con.icle Aggregates • Concrete ••itts • Doi System for Floors and Rods • Prestress<.d Beams • P i nl Channel Slabs • Large Precast Wall Panels • Cement Rock • Sand • Cement. Slump. Fire and Common Brick • Stepping Stones • Reinloicing Steel • Lumhe' • Millwork • Plastering Materials e Vermieuhte Products • Rooting Materials • Builders' Hardware • Builders' Supplies



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PAGE 2 B I frnlififliiff !" FRIDAY, FEBRIUDV 5. Mayors Proclaim Junior Hadassah Week in Miami Mayors Harold Shapiro, of Miami Beach. Abe AronovitZ "f Miami, and David H. Hendrick, Jr, of Coral Gables, this week proclaimed Hie week •>! February lt to <^ii,^^^^^tf^J^yl^^ttW-W*ek. thus laiinchini: a city-wide membership campaign by Junior Hadassah. the Vming Women's Zionist Organization of America. Mayors Shapiro. Aronovitz and Hendrick stated: "It is with pride that we designate February 1st to February 9th. as Junior Hadassah Week. In the 33 years of itexifi tence. Junior Hadassah has devoted itself to efforts which foster and protect democracy at home and abroad." A membership affair was held Thursday in the Pan American Room of the Blackstone Hotel. Shown was The Story Of Our Village, a movie photographed recently in Israel at Junior Hadassuh's Children's Village. Principal speaker was Mrs Irwin Weinstein, Educational Institute chairman of Senior Hadassah Greetings were by Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais, president oi the Miami Chapter of Senior Hadassah, and Mesdames Abraham Cassel and Benard Wayne. Junior-Senior Re lations chairmen, Committee working on Junior Hadassah Week are Elaine Golfson, president of the unit; Wilma Shulman, membership chairman; Ona Kaplan, program chairman; and Elaine Schwartzman, Judy Waj tie and Ruthe Dixon, There will I meeting ol til.unit on Tuesday, Februarj 8:15 p.m.. al the Coral Gables Jewish (inter. Bal Harbor Bank to Open February 15th; Ruskin, Dr. Peiser, Turchin are Directors Linda III inrn Wins 1'ontvst Miss I.inda Brown, a student at Miami Beach High School and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Brown, won the regional story-telling contest for B'nai B'rith Girls at a conv ention of the Florida area recently held in Jacksonville. Miss Judy Solloway, also of Miami Beach, won the regional discusion con test, with Miss Barbara Forstner *• Brown taking second place. Miss Ruth Stybil received second honors in the story-telling bouts. First and second place winners will represent the Florida region at a district convention scheduled for this coming summer. Mrs. Harry Jacobson Mrs. Jacobson Will Address Temple Israel Sisterhood Meeting Tuesday Afternoon The Sisterhood of Temple Ism Miami, will %  '•' %  '• Harry JacobBt of the Nation "iple Sisterh i Is meeting oi : 9th. l.iiu p.m., in K Hall. Mrs. .'.a Des Moines, Iowa an I is past president ol Hist rat No 20 Sisterhood units in Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Colorado and New Mexico She ipast president of Temple B'nai Jashurun Sister hood, Des Mi ines and was formerIj chairman ol the United Jewish Appeal there. In observance of Jewish Music Month, i antor Jacob Bornstein, of Temple Israel, accompanied bj Mrs Louis Adler, will sii Sisterhoods ol congregations in Coral Gables and Miami Beach have been invited to attend the meeting. A reception will follow the program The National Bank of Bal liar bor will open on February I5th, with business being conducted In DM bank's tamporarj headquarters al 9700 Collins .\\. nue Gre ater Miami's newe : t i W ||fBi*spiwfr-^r^'wu oi : funds, all subscribed and paid in, according to Charles L Sr.. Miami Beach I man and president elected at an organizational meeting oi stockholders las) week. Charles I. Clements. Jr. ( atch rberrell and Kenneth C. (Jit lord were named vice presidents Assistant vice president is John II Mac< allum. with John C. C.ibbs ii.,mi d cashier The bank's three new directors listed following the stockholders' meeting are Dr. Kurt Peiser. Ben Turchin and Daniel B. Ruskin. Ruskin this week indicated that the new Bal Harbor commercial institution will "cater to the needs I North End," while telling The Jewish Floridian that construction I of a permanent building will soon ; led across the street from, the bank's temporary headquarters! on a triangle facing Collins Avenue, Ruskin is honorary president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa wi t ip m. a mi Dr. Kurt Peiser JCRS Group to Meet Mrs. Herman Schoenfeld. president of the Greater Miami Auxiliary to the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society, will preside at a meeting on Wednesday evening, February 10th. 8 p.m.. in the Dupont Building, Collins Avenue and 28th Street. Discussion will concern itself with the group's forthcoming donor dinner dance slated for the Beachcomber on February 28th. Mad Hatters' Party will conclude the program. SM \ neriea First -oiiiisi \ow on Opening of the third annual See America First state-wide essay contest to all public, parochial and accredited high schools was announced by Louis Esloe, regional director of the event for the Hotel Greeters of America, Tropical Charter No. 19, of South Florida. The contest, which started for all Florida counties on February 1st. is open to all 9th grade students] ending at midnight. February 28th. Rules for the contest are as follows: All essays are limited to 250 words or less, with theme of the contest. See America First. Each contestant must furnish name, home address, city and county, age. name of teacher and school Essays must be sent to Louis Esloe, Regional Director of SAF. 330 86th Street, Miami Beach. First prize is | week's vacation at a luxurious ocean front hotel for winner and companion, transportation to and from Miami Beach for winner only, sightseeing tours. theater tickets and other prizes Second prize is the same but will not include transportation to and from Miami Beach or Miami. tion. a member' of the UniveVsity of Miami Advisory Committee, director in the local Heart Associa| tion. vice president of the Mount Sinai Hospital Board of Trustees and belongs to Mahi Shrine and Elks. He is also a trustee at Temple Israel, co-owner of Public Gas Company and secretary treasurer of Alfred Destin Company which recently merged with Ma.ile Industin -. Dr Peiser is director of the Food Fair Foundation, A former vice president of the University of Pennsylvania) he has a distinguished record in civic and philanthropic having been affiliated with charitable, social service and Pageant at Temple ^mai on Friday, February 12th. from n t" ) p m a pagyanl i ntitled, Jewish Traditions Through Song And Symbol, Will !• presented to hundreds of members and represents tnes from the various civic groups, organizations, ministerial leaders, from the city of Hollywood, West Hollywood, Dania and Hallandale at Temple Sinai Rabbi David Shapiro announced that the day will be set aside for an all-day Seminar on Judaism, followed by evening services, in which ministers from various denominations in the area will participate. 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PAGE 4 B fjewlstfhrkfian FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1954^ Henry Schultz to Address Testimonial Dinner for Mayor Aronovitz on Sunday Final plans have been completed for the testimonial dinner in honor of Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz to be held on Sunday evening. February 7th, 7 p.m.. at the Starlight Roof of the Riscayne Terrace Hotel, under t h e sponsorship of Sholem Lodf-e, B'nai Brith. an active leader in the City of Miami in behalf of slum clearance and the building of improved houing. Mayor Aronovitz is past presl dent ofSholem Lodge and Florida State chairman of the Anti-Defamation League. 1 These and other phases of Mayor 1 Aronovitz"* long career in the service of good human relations will be Making an official visit to Miami recounted at the dinner by Milton to address friends of Mayor Aro\ Friedman, local attorney and novitz gathered for the testimonial national youth commissioner dinner will be Honorable Henry Presentation of the plaque to Edward Schultz. of New York, naMayor Aronovitz will be made bj taonal chairman. Anti-Defamation Gilbert J. Balkin. Florida ADL League of B'nai B'rith Mr. Schultz director. is planning to make a major adAlso being honored in recognidress at the dinner on current natj on 0 f their outstanding contribu tional trends in civil liberties and t j ons t0 civil rights. Greater J Featured soloist at the dinner Burnett will be Miss Susan Talianoff. talplaque runs and Sundries Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal discuss Prominent leaders in *e Drugs ;ana uncheon he i d a t Betty's Restaurant. Shown seated, plans for P'^[P aU f^ '",J Jarl Susskind, Leo Chaikin andiouis Fleischman. Rear Heft to ented songstress and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George J. Talianoff. Talianoff is national commissioner of the Anti-Defamation League. years of service as chairman of the Anti-Defamation League Commit tee of Sholem Lodge, and Sanford If. Swerdlin. who will be presented representing District Grand Lodge with a special scroll certificate for No. 5. He will introduce Schultz. his active efforts in fighting CornMiss Talianoff will render several vocal selections at the affair. Mayor Aronovitz is slated to receive'a bronze plaque in recognition of his many years of service in munism and advancing intergroup understanding. Honored guests at the testimon ial will include members of the Miami City Commission, members of the Board of Dade County Commissioners. Miami Beach City Council members and members of the judiciary of Dade County Leading in the singing will be Marx Faber, past President of Sholem Lodge. Chairman of the testimonial dinner is Joseph A Rayvis. Serving with him are Alan B. Kessler Frank Jaffee. Stanley Caidin, Sanford M Swerdlin. Gilbert J Balkin, Edward S. Roth. Bernard Newmark. Sidney M. Aronovitz. Edward Klein. Milton A Friedman. William L Pallot. Burnett Roth. George .1 Talianoff and Marvin Rauzin. Southern Lunvh Set at Maters The annual Southern Luncheon of Brooklyn Hospital will be held at the Algiers Hotel on Wednesday. Februarv 17th. according to Mrs. Sarah Holland, honorary president of the hospital and life president of the Ladies' Auxiliary. This is the 13th consecutive year that the affair has been held in the South, with all proceeds going to the hospital and to the Harry Holland chapter of the Camp for Children with Rheumatic Fever. The camp, which is charitable. such camp in the douhtry. it | Academy Cantata to is situated in Verbank. fiw York. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt is an nonMayor Abe Aronoviti the cause of good human relations and advancing democratic understanding. Long a champion of human rights and freedom. Mayor Aronoviti drafted the first comOined anti-mask-cross burning or-' atze Hapoalot. dinance, aimed to eliminate pracj tices of intimidation of the Ku Klux Klan Enacted by the Miami City Commission in February. 1949, the new ordinance was later adopted by some 16 municipalities in Florida and 50 municipalities throughout the South. A number of southern states, including Florida. Georgia. South Carolina. North Carolina and Alabama, have enacted similar state statutes. Mayor Aronovitz has also been Card Party is Due A card party will be held on Tuesday evening. February 9th. 8:15 p.m.. at Beth El Congregation according to an announcement this week by Mrs. Anna Seltzer, president of the Golda Myerson Club. Pioneer Women's Organization. Mrs. Anna Frey will be chairman of the at fair. Proceeds are for MoForm Hebrew Speaking Group in,Miami', The Hebrew Speaking Group of Greater Miami announced its steering committee at a reeent organizational meeting. Members include Dr. Max Lipkind. Rabbi and Mrs. Moshe Horo vita, Mr. and Mrs. Saul Porush. Mrs. Bernice Jlonig. Mr. and Mrs Harry Perach. Mr. and Mrs. David Friedman and Irving Shalom. The first meeting of the organization will be held on Saturday evening. 8 p.m.. at the hAie of Mrs. Honig, 935 : 8th Strfet, Miami Beach. Dr. Lipkind wilt review re cent literary trends in Israel, caters to 150 children and is the s orary sponsor. The camp is endorsed by the New York Heart Association. Some 250 people are expected to join in the luncheon which will feature the singing of Miss Ruth Rudine. A motion picture in full color is part of the program. Among the many sponsors of the annual program are Mrs. Moses Ginsberg. Mrs. Ann Robinson. Mrs. Rhoda Levine, Mrs. Celia Mosler. |fn Bella Goodman. Mrs. Leah Goldman and Mrs. Mollle Schulman. Be Televised Sunday Students of the Hebrew Academy will present a special produc tion of Et Livnot—Time To Build over television station WTVJ on Sunday morning, February 7th, at 12 noon. The musical cantata, written by Rabbi Alexander G*6s*, principal, will feature the 60-wice chorus of Hebrew Academy ^u dents. Et Livnot was a principle part of the program of the recent Hebrew Academy dinner at Hit Di Lido Hotel, where some 610 persons gathered to pay tribute to i the school at its annual function *. t/v /in ai. Oil rviiauni A**. tPec/Ue w/ic Anew cfwcte^cidcthifiol f/ie fmeUin funeiat W vice A service that leaves a lasting remembrance of beauty and reverence and the utmost in considerate attention at a time when most needed GORDON FUNERAL HOME, Inc. MIAMI MIAMI BEACH 710 S.W. 12th AVE. 1333 DADE BLVD. Ph. 5-7677 B.H.MNNin,Funt,.IOi,i„ I SepSfSctf^ To the tourist's lusury hotel ... 400 keeutiful guest r • ppo'nisd with every modern convenience •" sll year round .. fsmouj for unique lervlee wonderful continental food .. line dinner mwsle In the Cuban Woods Room. Weht In the center el gey Hevene. Writs for Wermstion or reservation*. Ph. 3-3431 B^Kgaafej^ffgags HAVArVA .CUBA General BepaJr on eJ4 Make Tracks ana Care Electric and Acetylene Welding COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecks Rebuilt — Body Repair* and Palntlni



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PAGE 6 A *. ic**i*t> nnrHtor FRIDAY, FEBRIIAPV 5, Council to Aid Persons Seeking Indemnification As an niil to residents of this who may be affected by the i ew German Federal Indemnifiestion Laws, the Greater Miami Sec National Council ol Jewish June 30th to Sfpi.Miih.Ti~t u men. this week set up a comthe auspio mittee to assist persons now elii week by ihc [ounde Summer Tour Is Announvvd A i • nal 1954 summer tour to Europe and Israel for a limited ni women will be conducted from to file compensation claims. The n.'w laws, broader in scope than thoafl formerly in effect, applj to nationals who resided in lany between 1939 and Mi j 1945. They provide for indemnifi cation for claimants proving loss of liberty, properly, life of parent Herman and Harrj Popkin. Travi tint b; oceai liners the group consisting ,,; 12 boys and 12 girls, will be un der the supervision and din i ; Rabbi and Mrs. Sylvan Schv man. ol Cincinnati Ohio, formerl) or children, health and interrup„f Augusta, Georgia, and Nash tion of education and training. If the original claimant is now deceased, such benefits m a y be passed on to the living heirs. Conn cil explained. The new laws are more liberal, and those who have previouslj filed claims may be entitled to additional benefits a Council spokesville, Tennessee Spending thro.' weeks in Europe and three weeks in Israel, tlu group will visit Paris, Switzerland Marseille, Jerusalem, liana. Te Aviv, Genoa, Florence, Venice and Naples. Three weekwill be spent in travel aboard the SS Castel Felice, .hart.Ted by Study Abroad, ian said Those whose claims have Inc.. for the studenl movement to formerly been turned down may now be i ble to receive indemni• on -mis qualifj for '.on may call the office of the • ouncil %  Ji ish Women lo ppointment with a staff ad .-,,, Palestine Economic Corporation Announces Shareholder Dividend NEW YORK A dividend of SI i i hare for 1953 has been declarv thi SS the SS N< gba two ships on the Israel lit • ir, as • under the su. %  lers to nice 1 the interests and needs ol young p< ople, the tourmembership will be on a selective basis High school juniors and seniors and college freshmen and sophomores are eligible to ap .d by the Board ol Directors of tin Palestine Economic Corporation.I plyAdditional information may rgesl American development company in Israel, it was an i ounced here. Nearly 9,000 stockholders will receive clo>e to $325,000 in diviends, which will be paid on March 6. 1954 to stockholders of record • 1 February 26. 1954 Simultaneously, the Corporation announced the launching of a nationwide campaign to secure $2.000,000 in new investment capital lor the further development of inI u ~t rial and commercial enter; risi in Israel. Wagner to be Discussed Beth El Radio Hour over station YVMIE. Friday, from 4 to 4:30 p.m., will present Dr. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky in an address entitled. The Rhinegold, an interpretation of tier's music drama. be obtained by writing to the di rectors at 1414 Rock Springs Court. \K. Atlanta. Georgia. Blue Star's tour abroad is one of three features for older boys and girls being conducted this summer by Blue Star. The other two are the camp*s teenage Village and Counsellor-Trainee program. Tuesday Review Slated The Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah will hold its regular book review on Tuesday. February 9th, 1:30 p m.. at Temple Beth Sholom. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein. who is the reviewer for the entire series, has announced the committee's choice will be a current Broadway hit. Mrs. Morris Alpert is coordinator for the reviewMctnischewirz Matzo Cracker Gains Rapid Popularity for Low Salt Diet A new no-salt matzo cracker. InI id need through neighborhood I io.i -tores barely three weeks ago, has become popular so rapidly that the manufacturer has been taken irpri.se. As a result, the Manischi witz matzo bakeries are working overtime these days to keep up with the demand for No-Salt Tasteas, the bite-size matzo cracker that represents a completely new idea in low sodium foods. Originally created after years of .xperimentation to fill a long-felt need in low-salt diets for a low -odium baked product with a palatable flavor, Manischewitz No-Salt Tasteas matzo crackers have a tempting new staste that has won them instant popularity, not only as a wholesome low-salt food, but as an all-purpose snack for the entire family. This, in itself, is unique Here. for the first Mme, is an enjoyable food that knows no barriers be j tween people on a special diet and other members of their family Baked to a erackery. flakv crisp ness, No-Salt Tasteas have a flavor land delicately crusty texture that everyone can enjoy. This combination of new taste and new texture makes No-Salt Tas'teas an ideal snack for every oc casion, from mealtime to party time. One of the many attractive ways to serve them is on a snack tray, topped with a spread of crush ed fresh pineapple, mixed with cottage cheese. Other suggestions can be found on the back of the Tasteas packages.—S.T. Harold K. Halpert Ha'pert Appears In Lecture on Jev/ish Music Jewish Center presi nt l: rt on Tuesdaj. Febru %  m in a lectun an concert : • R 01 Music. 'I he evening has been se( aside in the Center program to I commi n h Music Month Halpert, owner ol Whitehall Fabrics here, will tell the story of the development ol Jewish music iioin Bioncal days to modern times A pianist, he will illustrate! the lecture with performanceol melody and Jewish content in mu-lc Halpert will he assisted by Donna Makovsky, radio singer; Florence Seigel. violinist: Israeli Dancers. Zionist Youth Commission; and Cantor Irving Robinson, liturgical music. Halpert, a comparative newcomer to Coral Gables, divides his time between here and Portland, Maine, where he also owns a decorative fabrics shop Formerly a member of the English faculty at Brown University in Providence. Rhode Island, and subsequently holding the post of Head of the Latin and Music Departments in the Duxbury. Massachusetts public schools. Halpert habeen an active citizen of Port land in many varied fields. Mr an. I Mr Halpert live at 325 Majorca Avenue Their two children are Stephen a senior at Brown 1 nivi rsity, and Joanna, a '""' "' al Deering High s<-h.„,] Mrs Halpert ith i former Florence Weinstein, ol Palm Island. Hebrew Teachers' Group Plans Annual Banquet The annual banquet of the He brew T.a.h.r-' Association id Greater Miami will be held „„ Sunday evening, April 4th. 7:30 pm in the Sterling Hotel, according to M announcement tola week by Louis Gadon. association president Gadon said that r rvatiOM should be made early. "Last year we COUld not accommodate some 50 ast -minute K u.-tand had to turn them away.'' he explained. ,n em Ph"Wn 'he need f„ r advance reservations. ( "'t a ^' "' [fcketa are <;„,|on. '• Beth David Synagogue; George GoWberg Beth El Congregation; and Zv i Roaenkrani Beth David Prune. Apple juice Ideal for Holidays Producers of Sanaweel Prune Juice and Mott'a Apple h,i" -are ortheonn,,,,,,^.,,,,.:::, SXng? Several large bottlei of each ol Prune Juicj ;,„„ A|l|l|( „ ; WW come %  „ nani|> f „ r hlllllU mials and entertaining. Suntweel 'Tune Juice b, m;i(l( £ ,^ n bwS, I 1 *' h "^*B SS that helps maintain reimlantv .? really ideal for"" 0 ^ "?'the day.-S.T dunn ITM Script Contest To Highlight Mount Sinai Jubilee Here Fred Koch, head of the Lniver%  i 1..M11 Department of i, announced this weal that l,., di p irtmi nt Is -ponsoring a chool wide script writing < m conjunction with Mount Sinai fourth annual Jubilee. The conte open to all students of Mi liversity, will be for the beM nute humorous sketch based on some phase of the hospital's endeavor. The writer of the winning sketch, !iieh will be presented as! part of the Hospital .Jubilee show' on March 4th at the Miami Beach Auditorium, will be awarded a S100 defense bond. The closing riaM^for the contest is February 17th. Dr. Jay Pearson, president of the University of Miami, will judge the entries along with Max Orovit/. chairman of the Board of TrusteeMount Sinai, and Sid Franklin. Jubilee producer. l-£GAL NOTICE" NOTICE TO ctn„. IN THE COUNTY "D D £ 0 IN AND FOR D i n D "* COFLORIDA. IN PRO-IATV C ." In R< BHTATI-M No BALX JOSEPH Ml. I t IOSI:l ..II,.:.., X. To All Cr.-,lit,„, ., | ,,. C JT I N.HI ,,n I il mid i. '' .'iiL.k I i ,.f vou, MA ... %  ,.-. ,|. | County, i-'i, ,.;.,. County Judge* ,.f i ,.„|,. ,,wj t I.SS9 County fourth,. '.i, withli. feeJm lh %  rllli.l.ll'S Pl'RM ItH ... a In, 1 B| I >l S \\ Intende lo -..ni n> 1 the 1 reult c I >...!, %  ('. .11111 1 I'llll. II 1 KARHAM Bole •'..' HENRT M CMS Attome) for Appll mi •ill \\>,i H..ni.-. I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Al FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORID No. ioe9 CARL C. I.IKNAC. rinlntlff, >. HKRTHA AI>RLR A.MAIJA I.IENAI-. IVJrnl.ml NOTICE BY PUBLICATION! 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AY, rraflUAR Y 5, 19S4 UICAL NOTICi -Jmlstnnrlrm** PAGE 9B — .u.h Ordinances by fins or nt. M *l| such Ordlnaistws • %  STrWo"""*" 1 "Sn^.nU hrtMh regulation, for '%, "f No.th .Miami Beach not BSE-Tof the HUM ?••< ln ,„n.-ii'" ,,tabln Th• "' Nor,h MU Jiiti, h and shall have rhe power '"",!'„ I ulgate, and enforce £U rules ""*' '*"'" ,lonH m KJesasn for the preservation of %  ?'.„/,:.•. Inronelstsnt with this Sr"?or'n violation-of any OrdiSeei ol % %  "•' ... T 0 HrranKe ana provide for a i£llieiwrlii.<-nl and to regulate the ,. 10 protect the City from I flrr 113) T" organist %  Clt" 1'olloe DeU(i I men t. ml To provide fr the Inspection of irli light and water meters 1)1 To I'-'s-ml enforce ordinancea. \i, Tu compel the engineers of aBk'.''. i and portable; steam and ga* .Mill,'i" |M"*" n examination for ( ii.i tu take out licensee mi lltfll!*i provide pen allies for failure to LEGAL NOTICE 5,, io to compel the inapectlon Of juan, boilers, except locomotive IN marine boilers, and to compel emw)Vr ri" employ only licensed englpenslty for failure lo d" i" compel employer*, their Lanuers "i servsnts to allow Insertion o( hollers and of affixinga %  Mall) <"< u fusing to do ao. lj;i To .--• . time, disturb the peace 0| ::,, in>. all riotous and ulsorihs ol migrants within the iin',.: North Miami Hcach; or vloate ir. "f i'mdlnances, or any of :h>rules and icgulalinna of the Siat.Board ol Health, and the City I Health. and regulate from time ilarleg of officers and the City except aa hrrein other* ise provided. compel property owners or occupants t nnect with City sewlegulate any other ei or thing that may tend to ••• %  the health, welfare and • f the City; to prohibit and hawd> houses and dlsotderl} houses, and an) exhibitions,; parade or amusement contrsri tu K I morals; to prohibit and suppress all obscene pictures and literature; to regulate, restrain i %  nig on of inaniirous In increasing or ','. ducing fires, and license the sale tlre-an to regulate the storage of |un-poder, tar, pitch, ream, s-i.i-i'elrr. I oil, kerosene, gnsocombustlbls. explosible material: to regIhe ise of lights, randies, learn pipes In all stable*, i,hnps arid places of business; and suppress the sale aid ii f fnei rackets and air tuns an,| other fii ea orkg, i. for and regulate the f he ef, pork, flour and Ihei provisions and oils. i legulate the Inspection of toller, an,I laid: to regulate the ol meats, poultry, fish, fruit ihles. IS) To provide for the inspection •l" '• ol the sanitary con"f all dairies, butcher pens ler houses where the the same are sold wlth:n the i'ih limits and to provide %  lies for violating such regula"i ; to maintain and regulate markets. To impose penalties on the ints. oi agents of any Ii ilks, or any other itrin inrv .„ place, or any other '' which ina\ be dangerous or lo the citlxens or their i I" KS, after due notice, the Mine ma\ |„remedied or removed; 1 proMil,. f,„ tm ..mloslng. ImPfrtlng and i-Kiil.ithin of puMIc ground. I.. I.nxliig to the City wlthi the corporate limits: "' %  M.I. f,.r the Imprisonment of gainst the ordinances at I labm on the streets or other 1 • •lesignaten by Ordinance Ihe fines and cost attached iln-' them by judicial authority •n> |,i ,t '-•I T., license, control, tax and %  < %  ami sal— upon the ""• sidewalks and public plnces ., '' "he city, „nd to regulste, '•r'-HI. I prohibit hawkers and '" ,."•• %  'I'on such streets, slde"•'Iks ,,„! p.,,,,,,. pi nrM i;" ,'" I'" %  nli,. penalties for • II or any of Its Ordl,,', "' nj section thereof by J.ii '",' '"""isonment In the City J". and I,, t,„,., h ,.„|| rrt lon at n." t, v altaihment summarily .," % !, '!'" l"operty of the dellnV l,, -.line can be found, pro">HI the penalty enforced "i in in, case exceed imprison"ixty or hlef of Police, 1' toi .I„ %  V, x Asaeswr and Colshall i.o _".".:;" h,,r flty Officers. form ,n ., ,h Powers and per"•• %  'n l. %  h ,, '•" '"'posed upon <":• T V,*""'" 1 '* w "" %  ii win.i. ". n rt •"•abllsh a fire --'iL .h r al11 ''">•• Mi <> P 1 *'h. 1. r, ruU nn reuUtloi for In .JSPeS 1"Pair of buildall i. 0 ">' % %  *"• Ctl Coiim-ll "wv h' nl."" 8 orh Ordinance as *->• • ieae %  /* %  '" Prtert an* sa-e*"v !.wUr* an ^,, "• upon all nropl.,i k l *• %  manaa-esl. or •'•' nd eJ' lrt '""V ontstde the ,;> ToL" ;; r ''* ""'"• l" Penalties. Mi "in* r,7"u?i U ,'"* aiuawem^ts for halt Jo*""'" *sx asse.sments. "I"" tr, I. ** ""•" of Kqualls**• 'rni „, .V* "elusive power and ""'-. gra.i,., r *T"*r"ctlem and r— fd.ng nd | m ,,rovin 8 of ail LEGAL NOTICC invaase any street ir Uie transporlaortrciaht. to ConBis, oanalv. basins ^u 1 "' ,,"•" %  vnues and lanes, public wharves, landings, mark* houses, spaces, bridges, sewers trenckes, ultchea. rulvmts, canals,' streams, water courses, dw-k-llo^s and the location of -u.h dock-lines, sidewalks, curbing, public buildings %  ...Ml.".? n<1 atabllsh the grades of all highways, streets, parks, |rkways, avenues, alleys and thorough<) To bulkhead any waterway, to open, widen, grade, pave, repair and otherwise improve streets ullets avenues, boulevards, lanes and other pifbhc Highways, and to construct storm sewers, sanitary sewers and other drains and sewers within and under any street, alley, avenue, lane OS/ other public highway, to purchase, lay out and Improve parks and parkways; to construct or purchase a telephone system, and works lor supplying said city and Its Inhabitants with water, to build suitable service or connecting apparatus betwseii all or any real estate within the city and any sewer or drain, or any subterranean conduit, pipe or duct for the supply of gas, electric energy, or water, oivneil ,.r opeialed by the City, or about to be constructed by the City In front ol such premises' to erect or purchase a City Hall, hospitals for the care ur detention of the sick; jails, market houses or other huiitUuijs. fur municipal |.nine.sin anil lo ciulp and furnish the Mdir. to emit bridges, culverts a*** vluducts r#er any waterway, railroad track, ur other depression in or under any street, boulevard, avenue, alley, lane or other public highwa. u> 0onstruct tunnels under any waterway or railroad; to extend Its corporate limits In the manner provided 1>v the Lava of the State of Florida; to construct or purchase any street or local railway for tlon of passengecs or struct ship chaiine and waterways within tne < "lt> or Into or through any part of Blacayns 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 Government of the 1'niteil States for aid of the (Joverrvmrnt for such work done, or to be done by the Government; to construct or acquire wharves, docks, 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 land, riparian rights, deemed necessary for any of the foregoing purposes, or for any municipal purpose. (10) To condemn, In addition to its powers of eminent domain under the other Laws of the State, any water, ice. gas. power or light plant, telephone system, or street or local rallvva>. ship channel, canal, basin, Waterway, w'harf, dock, warehouse. lands, submerged lands, riparian rights or buildings Of any part thercu/ with any and all franchises, rights and easements thereto ItelongIng or appertaining by proceeding In the manner provided In the Laws of Florida for the exercise of the rights of eminent domain. (31) To <,pei ate. maintain, repair and extend any and all of its municipal propel ties. Itt) To make a contract with I'aile County, or with any person, firm or corporation, by which a portion of the cost of any municipal improvement to be owned by the City shall be borne by such contracting party, upon such terms ns to payment and iiilu-i •! %  ns the Council may determine. (33) To destroy surface pi Ivies anil cesspools or other forms of racestacles for sewage, other than the sanitary service sewers, and power to compel property owners to connect their premises with service sewers, and In case of their refusal after notice given, to authorise such connection to be made by the City, and to fix a lien upon such premises for the cost thereof, of the same nature, and to the same extent as tne lien for taxes, the City mav collect such charge or lien In the same manner In which city taxes are U Charter: or. If the Ordinance be swomrtted at a referendum election, then upon a favorable vote of the majority of those voting thereon, except as otherwise expressly pros hied in this Charter. Section 17. EMERGENCY ORDINANCES: afoottuft* l->. i:i, l. K>. and 16 shall not apply to aiu Ordinance which Is introduced at the Oouneil as an Emergency Ordinance. Such an Ordinance may be passed after the second rending during the Council Meeting at which said Emergency Ordinance is Introduced; provided, however, that the facts that constitute the emergency shall he 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 w-htch neceessltates the promulgation of Immediate law for tile safety of life, property and health. ARTICLE III BUDGET Fiscal year Preparation and submission Of budget Kudget a public record Publication of Notice of Public Hearing 5. Public Hearing on I'.udget (. Further consideration of Budget 7. Adoption of Budget 8. Vote required for adoption 9. I '.c. ol Final adoption; failure to adopt 10. Effective date of Budget; certification, copies made available 11. Budget establishes appropriations 12. Budget establishes amount to be raised by pro|sprty tax: certification to taxing authoritylS. Rudget message; current operations H. Budget message; capital Improvements 15. Budget mess.ice; capital program It. Budget message; supporting schedules 17. Budget 1 v Anticipated revenues IS. Anticipated revenues comS ired with other years urplus 21. Miscellaneous revenues 22. Miscellaneous revenues: anticipated surplus from municipal utility or other public service enterprise 23. Miscellaneous revenues; measure of estimates 24. Miscellaneous revenues; receipts for special assessments IS. Miscellaneous revenues; from new sources 2. Proposed expenditures 27. Proposed aabemlltures; comparison With other { ears (own payments on capital projects 2*. Budget summary Section 1. FISCAL YEAR: The fiscal year of the City Government shall begin on the first day of November and shall end on the last day at October of each calendar year. 8uch fiscal year shall also constitute the budget Hnd accounting year. As used In this Charter, the lerm -Budget Year" shall mean the fiscal year for which anv particular budget Is adopted and In which It Is administered. Section 2. PREPARATION AND SUBMISSION OF BUDGET: The Mavor at least sixty (80) days prior to the beginning of each budget year, shall submit to the City Council a budget and an explanatory budget message In the form and with the contents provided by Sections 13 and 1. For such purpose, at such date as he shall determine, he, or an officer designated by him. shall obtain from the head of each office, department or agencv, estimates of revenue and expenditure of thnt office. Department or Agency, detailed by organisation units and character and object of expenditure, and such other supporting data as he may %  "'•,., p, 1 h > '; 1 with an estimate of all capital projects pending or which such Department head believes should be undertaken within the budget year. In preparing the budget, the Mayor shall review the estimates, shall hold hearings thereon and may revise the estimates, ss he mav deem rtvlsahle •action J. BUDGET A PUBLIC RECORD: The budget snd budget message and all supporting aclwsubsections (a), (b), (r), (d), (e>. (f). (g), i In. and (1) of Section 26. The Council may not vary Ihe titles, descriptions or conditions of administration specified in the budget. Before Inserting ally additional item or Increasing any Item of appropriation. It must cause to be lajsled a Notice setting forth the nature of the proposed Increases and fixing a time and place, not less than five (J) days alter posting at W'hich the council will hold a public hearing thereon. Stction 7. ADOPTION OF BUDGET: After such further hearing the Council may insert the additional item or items and make the Increase or Increases, to the amount in each OMt indicated by the is-isted Notice, or to a lesser amount, but where It shall increase the total proposed expenditures. It shall also Increase the total anticipated revenue to a t least equal suoh total itrtuHMNMl ejtnendltures. Section 8 ViMr*f MJbuiRED FOR ADOPTION: *he btJSet shall be adopted by the lavoraobvote of at least a majority of all the members of the Council. Section 9. DATE OF PINAL ADOPFAILURE T ADOPT: The LEGAL NOTICI TION; budget shall be finally adopted no', later than the l'.th doy of the last month of the fiscal year S*hould the Council take nn final action on or prior to such day, the budget, as submitted, shall he deemed lo have been finally adopted by the Council. Section 10. EFFECTIVE DATE OF BUDGET; CERTIFICATION: COPIES MADE AVAILABLE: Upon final adoption, the budget shall be in effect for the budget year. A copy of the budget as finally adopted, shall be certified by the Mayor and City Clerk, and filed In the office of the City Clerk. The budget so certified shall be printed, mimeographed or otherwise reproduced and sufficient copies thereof shall bo made available for the use of all offices, departments 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 become appropriated to the several objects and purposes therein named. Section 12. BUDGET ESTABLISHES AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BY PROPERTY TAX; CERTIFICATION TO TAXING AUTHORITY: From the effective date of the budget, the amount slated therein as the amount to be raised by property tax shall constitute a determination of the amount of levy for the pun*>sea of the City, In the corresponding tax year. A copy Of the budget as finally adopted shall be certified by the Mayor and filed by him with the Officer, Board or Commission whose duty It shall be to levy such taxes for the corresponding tax year. Section 13. BUDGET MESSAGE; CURRENT OPERATIONS: The budget message submitted by the Mayor to the Council shall be explanatory of the budget, shall contain an outline of the proposed financial policies of the City for the budget year ami Shall describe In connection therewith the Important features of the budget plan. It shall set forth the reasons for salient changes from the previous year In cost and revenue Items and shall explain any major changes In financial policy. Section 14. BUDGET MESSAGE; CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS: As a part of the budget message, with relation to the proposed expenditures for down payments anil other proposed expenditures for capital projects stated In the budget, the Mayor shall Include a statement of pending capital projects and proposed new capital projects relating the respective amounts proposed to be raised therefor by appropriation In the budget and the respective amounts If any. proposed to he raised therefor by the Issuance of bonds during the budget year Section 15. BUDGET MESSAGE: CAPITAL PROGRAM: The Ma\or shall also Include In the message, or attach thereto, a capital program of proposed capital projects for the next fiscal year next succeeding the budget year, prepared by the planning Commission, or other authority, together with his comments thereon and any estimates of rosts prepared by the department of public works or other office, department or agency For the use of said authority, In preparing such capital program, copies of the departmental estimates of capital projects, filed with the Mayor, pursuant to Se. lion 2 of this Article. Shall be filed with the Commission. Section It. BUDGET MESSAGE: SUPPORTING SCHEDULES: Attached to the budget message shall be such supporting schedules, exhibits. and other explanatory material. In respect to both current operations and capital Improvements, as the Major shall Iselleve useful to the Council. section 17. BUDGET: The budeet shall provide a complete financial plan for the budget year. It shall contain a tabular form: (a) General summary (b) Detailed estimates of all anticipated revenues applicable to pi oposed expenditures (r) All proposed expenditures The total of such anticipated revenues shall enual the total of such proposed expenditures. Section ANTICIPATED REV. ENUES: Anticipated revenues shall he classified as "surplus". "Miscellaneous Revenues", and "Amount to be raised by Property Tax"; mlsrellaneoos revenue shall be sub-classified by sources and shall be estimated ns prescribed In Sections 21 to •5 of this Article. Section *. ANTICIPATED REVENUES COMPARED WITH OTHER YEARS: In parallel columns opposite the several Hems of antlclnated revenues there shall be nlaeed the amount of si>"h lt?m In the budeet of tbe last completed fiscal year, tbe amounts of such Items actually received during the vesr. the amount of each such Item In the budget of the current fiscal year and the amount actually received to the time of preparing the budget plus receipts fer tne remulnuer of the current fiscal year estimated as accurately as may be. Section 2J. SUHPL.US: Surplus shall Include: (a) Revenue receipts made available by the iausmg of unencumbered appropriation balances at the beginning of the buuget year. (b) Receipts irom unanticipatedmiscellaneous revenues ol the preceding fiscal year. (c) Receipts from anticipated miscellaneous revenues of the preceding year in excess of the estimates in the budget. (d) Receipts during the previous fiscal year fnun taxes or liens against which a complete reserve has been established. Section 21. MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE: Miscellaneous levenues shall Include anticipated revenues from the olio iion of tuxes other than the general property tax; the amount of State aiu to be leceived; the amount by which the City is expected to benetIt from taxes collected by the Stale; the umounts estimated to be received from services and sales, fines and forfeitures, pension assessments special assessments and other special or nonrecui ring sources. Section 22. MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES: ANTICIPATED SURPLUS FROM MUNICIPAL UTILITY OR OTHER PUBLIC SERVICE ENTERPRISE: The anticipated revenues and proposed expenditures of each utility or other public service enterprise owned or operated, by the City, shall be stated in a separate section of the budget (each bearing the name of the utility); and as to each such utility, an anticipated surplus. If legally available for general purposes, shall be slated as an item of miscellaneous revenue In the budget. Section 23 MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE; MEASURE OF ESTIMATES: No miscellaneous revenue from any source shall be included as an anticipated revenue in the budget In an amount In excess of the average of 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 year plus that to be received In the remaining Iwo months of the year estimated aa accurately as may be, unless the Mayor shall de lermlne that the facts clearly warrant the expectation that such excess amount will actually be realized in cash during the budget year and shall certify such determination in writing to the Council. Section 24. MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES; RECEIPTS FROM SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS: Revenues from th collei tlon of special assessments on i iroperty specially betiefitted shall not ie stated In an amount which is in excess of the amount of the receipts so derived which it Is estimateil will be held In cash on the first day of the budget year. Section 25. MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES: FROM NEW SOURCES'. No revenue from a new source not previously stated in the budget shall be included unless the Mayot shall determine that the facts ch.uiy wari.ini th. ex| tatlon that such revenue will be actually realised in cash during the budget year in the amount stated and -hall certify such determination In writing to the Council. If the new revenue Is to be received from the State, the anticipated amount shall not ezosed the amount which the proper office of the State shall declare In writing to be the amount which may reasonably be anticipated in the budget yogi Section 26. PROPOSED EXPENDITURES: The proposed expendlturei shall be Itemised in such form and to such extent as shall be provided by law. and In the ab-ence of such provision, by regulations established by Ordinance Separate provisions shall be Included In the budget for nt least: la) Interest, amortisation, and redemption charges on Ihe public debt w'hich the faith and credit of the City is pledged (b) Other statutory expenditures. The payment of all Judgments, (d) The amount by which the tetal receipts of miscellaneous revenues in the last completed fiscal year failed to equal the total of the budget estimates of receipts from miscellaneous revenues for that year, (el An amount equal to the aggreJ ate of all taxes levied for the third Iscal year prior to the budget year which are delinquent and outstanding on the toth day prior to the beginning of the budget year, except to the extent the City may have made provision therefor by reserving the full amount of said delln?uent taxes, f) An amount equal to the aggregate of all cancellations, remissions, abatements and refunds of taxes that have been made during the current fiscal year. (g) An amount equal to the aggregate of all special revenue notes which It Is estimated will be outstanding at the end of the current year in anticipation of the collection of revenues other than the property tax. (h) An amount equal to the nggrer .-ate of all emergency notes which it a estimated *ill be outstanding at the end of the current year. (I) If the City Is required to make up the deficit arising from the operations of utility or other publla service enterprises, an amount equal to the deficit from such operations during the last completed fiscal year, separately stated for each utility or other public service enterprise which appears In a separate section of the budget (j) Administration, operation and maintenance of each Office, Department or Agency of the City Itemised by character snd object of expenditure. (k) Contingent expense in an amount not more than three per centum of the total amount stated E ursuant to subaection (J) of this ection. ill Expenditures proposed for capital projects, including provisions for down payments on capital projects ag required by Sn-tion 28 of this Article Section 27. PROPOSED EXPENDITURES: COMPARISON WITH OTHER YEARS: In parallel columns opposite the several Items of proposed expenditures, there shall be placed the amount of each such Iteag In the budget of the last complete!! fiscal year, the amount of such items actually expended during such year, the amount of each such Item In the budget of the current year, and the amount actually expended to the time of prenaring the "nudget nlns the expenditures for the remainder of



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JewwiisltUEHioiciidliigun JIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5. 1954 SEC. B loviet Russia Role at UN a Puzzle By ARTHUR LEWIS I Jewish Telegraphic Agemcy DOTED NATIONS — The Sov; arc often a puzzle. What did Imc Minister Churchill say of I m _;i mystery wrapped in an Igma"" Well, that just about deJjbes their policy as far as Pales„. js concerned here at the UnitNttkffls. After refusing to go Lg with the Western Powers in Luring Israel for the Kibya inlent, they abstained on the conmnatory resolution. The Soviets I the opposite on the question of • B*not Jacov Canal and the JorRiver Hydro-electric Scheme .. sided with the Arabs. For weeks, for months, Andrei fhiiwky sal silent in the Securlairs Exhibition hree exhibitions of diverse inert will open in the Lowe Galon the I niversity of Miami tin empus next week, with the ciil members' preview on Feb^ry 11th. 8 p.m. Prabably one of the most imlart exhibitions of the year will | the retrospective showing of 40 rks by Anvdeo Modigliani, in kding a sculpture, Stone Head. ere will be more than 20 paintof the American scene by 20 ung Italian artists, commissioned | Princess Artchil Gourielli, betknown as Helena Rubinstein. id in direct contrast to these deras, there will also be exhibit|some 20 paintings by the northmasters (if the 15th century. the main gallery will be the bsual collection of Italian paintIs commissioned by Mme. Rubinfin when she was in Rome last ch. The 20 young artists were kuested to portray, entirely from imagination, what appealed to Im most about the American everal ol the artists are already bwn in this country, others are w achieving recognition in Italy. eir subjects embrace such Amerscenes as the Brooklyn bridge, z New York, baseball, oil and Mississippi Delta. Ml three exhibitions will remain Ithe gallery until February 28th. plowing ihe preview Thursday ning. the gallery will be open Ithe public on Tuesday through furday. HI a.m. to S p.m., Frievening. 7 to 9:30; Sunday, 2 [3 p.m.; closed Monday. ^H IT W. Wunach, president of ., Am encan Technion Sociry. has announced the for!" Uo '?' a Patent and Rt> ^fch Committee to assist Is* inventors and make Ljmericcn inventions availRe to Israel industry. The wmmittee was formed with cooperaUon of the Jewish Nency 0r Palestine ^ aav 1Sory pa^^ attorn HtfeT A Ba kin f Coral ity Council. During the whole of i the Kibya debate, he said nothing except on such a purely procedural ; matter as when the next meeting was going to be held. During most of the hydroelectric scheme debate,! which ran conurrently with the Kibya debate, he kept his counsel, | listening politely to the others speak, and only writing his letters and reading his I'ravda during the consecutive translations, for Mr. Vishinsky is a stickler for diploma tic etiquette and expects others to listen to him when they may not be particularly interested, and, indeed, will call them to order if they appear to be dozing off or even looking vacant. Then, when the Western Powers had submitted their resolution and the debate was thought to be nearly over, Mr. Vishinsky suddenly Intervened. He agreed with the criticisms of the resolution previously made by the Pakistani and Lebanese delegates, and condemned the eleventh paragraph of the resolution, t h e operative paragraph, which he said was unsatisfactory that it could not be amended. To put it plainly, what he was doing was backing up the Arab stand that the work in the demilitarized zone could not be resumed without the agreement of both sides. In fact, he said so; he said that there must be Syrian consent. As such consent would not be forthcoming. Mr. Vishinsky was really opposing the building of the canal and the hydro-electric project. Why did he do this? Why did he suddenly switch from benevolent neutrality as far as Israel was concerned to hostility—and over the construction of a canal? This was not Mr. Vishinsky whim; Soviet delegates seldom if ever act on their own, and, in this instance, Mr. Vishinsky made it clear thai he was carrying out the instruc tions of his government. Furthermore, he repeated his objections to the resolution in a second intervention during the debate. Several reasons are put forward by observers here. It may be a quid pro quo The Arabs are part of a group which has taken a neutral stand in the Cold War, and of all • he Arabs, the Syrians have been the most friendly disposed toward the Soviets. So. Mr. Vishinsky's action may be payment in kind. Another view is that the Soviets are opposed to any great construction project in the Middle East. They are known to be worried about the so-called TVA hydroelectric scheme for the region, and they may be afraid that the B*not Jacov Canal may become part of a large over-all power project serving not only Israel but other Arab states. There is a tendency to look for deep motives as far as the Soviets are concerned, and one explanation of their opposition to the resolution is that they are afraid that it would set a precedent for action in other demilitarized zones, particularly the Korean demilitarized zone. They would be opposed to any work being conducted in the latter without the consent of both sides. Perhaps, that is going too far, but no one counts it out for no one is sure about the Soviets. Ancient Relics Found Among Ruins of Israel JERUSALEM (ISI) — The discovery of ancient relics throughout Israel continues to be made by Is raelis going about their day-to-day affairs and by archeologists commissioned by the Israel Department of Antiquities and private foundations. Burial grounds of the Early Bronze Age were discovered near the village of Ein Hanatziv in the valley of Beth Sha'an by workers installing water pipes. Although the graves uncovered were plundered in ancient times, some pottery of the period still remains. A large tomb containing two superimposed layers of burials was discovered by workers near the settlement of Barkai in the Wadi Ara. The higher level is of the second phase of the Middle Bronze Age. The lower layer, which contains numerous inhumations and hundreds of pottery vessels as well as some jewelry, belongs to the tranjsition period from the late Chalcolithic to the Early Bronze Age. Continued excavations at Beth Yerah. in the valley of Beth Sha'an, have uncovered several I rooms west of the Synagogue on the northern part of the tel. Water and sewage systems connected to this building have also been ex posed. On the southern and western edges of the tel, investigation of the fortifications were continued and additional water systems of the Early Bronze Age and the Middle Bronze Age were uncovered. These latter were repaired and used for defense purposes during the Hellensitic period A pottery support for cooking pots of the Early Bronze Age was found during these excavations. Local youth digging on the site of the Astart Temple near Nahar iye. on the coast north of Haifa. discovered four oil lamps which are thought to be the forerunners of the present candelabrum for the Chanuka festival. The lamps consist of six jar-like oil containers fixed in a circle around a seventh and they are twenty centimeters in diameter. Local archeologists estimated that the lamps date from 1650 BCE. In the Judaean foothills, telephone engineers found an ornamental mosaic and an ancient winepress, both estimated to be some 1,500 years old. A mausoleum, 2.000 years of age. was uncovered together with clay pots and bronze ornaments apparently buried with the dead at Hadera in the northern Sharon plain. The excavation of several tumuli near the village of Ora, in the hills of Jerusalem, has revealed sherds that suggest that these tumuli belong to the period of the Kings of Judah (ninth to sixth century, BCE). Near Beersheba, workmen digging the foundations for a new housing project exposed brick buildings on stone bases which archeologists place as dating back to the fourth century BCE. The floors of the buildings were inlaid with elaborate mosaic designs showing a menorah. shofar, esrog and lulav. Two tombs of ihe Hellenistic period were discovered by workers engaged in the installation of a sewage system for a new housing project near Acre. A fortress from the Hellenistic period has been discovered by workers in Bnei Brak near Tel Aviv. At the renewed excavations of thermae of ancient Tiberias near the football ground there, several rooms paved with colored mosaics were uncovered. They show the remains of animal and plant patterns. Near the hypocaust uacovThe Apartment House Division of the 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal will be headed by veteran campaigner Dan Broad (right) assisted by Irving Schatzman as co-chairman. Shown with Broad is general chairman Aaron M. Kanner. More than 1,500 apartment houses will be solicited in this year's drive. Broad has announced. Godfrey Given Ovation at CIA Division Kickoff; Leaders Tell Campaign Needs An overflow audience of 425 guests paid tribute to Arthur Godfrey last week at Miami Beach for "selfless service to your fellow men" at the opening dinner of the Combined Jewish Appeal Business and Professional Division. Godfrey, who flew to Miami from New York between daily radio and television shows to attend the dinner at the Saxony Hotel, was presented with a hand wrought silvercovered Hebrew Bible by Carl Weinkle, Federation president. Delayed enroute to Miami by bad weather and late for the dinner. Godfrey received a standing ova Wemklt an* CtiUty tion from the business and professional leaders in the dining room, when he limped in on crutches. He left after the dinner to fly back to New York. Presenting the award. Weinkle said, "We are thrilled and pleased to honor you for what you mean to millions of Americans regardless of race, color or creed." Weinkle told Godfrey the Bible was a "token of this evening, a product of Israel and the handiwork of people in that young and vigorous country He said it was written "in the ancient tongue of that land our people have fought and died for it. and we are glad to share it with men of good will everywhere." Accepting the unique humanitar ered last year, a large underground cistern supported by a number of columns has been unearthed. Several stages of the occupation of and repairs to this building may be seen. The building appears to have ; been established in the late Mishi naic (second century CE) period. but was still in use in early Arab times. Workmen dynamiting in a quar! ry in the Emek Jezreel brought to light a Roman milestone indicating the 70th mile from the Biblical city of Beth Sha'an. Fragments of other Roman milestones with illegible inscriptions were also found in the vicinity. Remains of a mosaic floor were unearthed in the central Sharon. Mosaics were found in the central nave and southern aisle of a ByI ian award, Godfrey expressed his i deeo gratitude to the community leaders and spoke warmly of his many friends in this area. "I know the spirit in which this was given to me. and I accept it with deepest gratitude. Thanks — and God bless you all." The dinner was the opening kickoff for Federation's Business and Professional Division drive to raise $770,000 — more than half the quota for the 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal in Greater Miami, which seeks SI.491.506 this year. Funds are used by 54 vital welfare, health and educational institutions throughout the United States and in this community. A major allocation is made to the United Jewish Appeal, which supports a broad program of ••elief. rehabilitation and resettlement for overseas families in Israel and in the Middle East. Sam Heiman. who heads the Business and Professional Division, was chairman of the evening. He introduced Sam Blank, who described the use CJA funds are put to in supporting six Greater Miami agencies He said 8.500 individuals received aid through such services in the six local agencies last year. Also speaking was Jack Brass, public relations director for Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He compared the new nation of Israel and its struggles to survive among surrounding enemies to the pioneer American colonists and their fight for freedom. He urged that America not let Israel "stand alone." Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth David Congregation, delivered the invocation and Rabbi Joseph Narot. Temple Israel spiritual leader, offered the benediction. The program committee included a group of outstanding business executives headed by Heiman. Blank. William D. Singer. Howard Kane. Samuel C. Levenson, Max Orovitz. Jacob Sher, John Serbin, Aaron M. Kanner. Dan Ruskin and Stanley C. Myers. Kanner is general campaign chairman of the 1954 Drive fifth to sixth century. Though large parts were destroyed in ancient times, some fragments still show geometrical and floral patterns, together with the major parts of three Greek inscriptions. Work has been renewed at Jerusalem's Sanhedria quarter where an additional group of rock-cut tombs is being cleared. These tombs date from the late phase of the period of the Second Temple. i Intermarriage Discussed Dr. David Rothenberg. practicing psychologist, will discuss intermarriage and its effects on a happy 1 marriage at the next meeting of the intercollegiate Zionist Federa\ tion of America Sunday. February 8th, 8 p.m., at Beth David Synazantine Church da.liug.Irom the gogue. 2625 SW 3rd Avenue.



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PAGE 8 B +jei&n<*MtoIL LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Notice it hereby given that a special election will be held in the City of North Miami Beach, Florida, from 7 o'clock A.M. until 7 o'clock P.M. on Monday, February 15, 1954 for the purpose: SHALL THE PROPOSED REVISED CHARTER OF THE CITY OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH. PREPARED BY THE CHARTER REVISION BOARD PURSUANT TO THE STATUTES OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA NOW IN EXISTENCE. TO WIT CHAPTER 16 OF THE FLORIDA 6TATUTES, WHICH CHARTER REVISES THE PRESENT CHARTER OF THE CITY OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH AND PROVIDES FOR THE JURISDICTION AND POWERS OF SAID CITY, BE APPROVED AND ADOPTED OR DISAPPROVED AND NOT ADOPTED. PROPOSED REVISED CHARTER FOR THE CITY OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA ARTICLE I INCORPORATION FORM OF GOVERNMENT — POWERS Section I. INCORPORATION •1. KuK.vl OK GOVERNMENT S. POWKKS OP CITY Section 1. INCORPORATION: The Inhabitants ol the Cltj <>f NoltTii .MIAMI BEACH, within the corporation limits as HOW established or as hereinafter established in the manner j.ni\'im-u i.> lawi snail continue tn be .. municipal body politic and corporate In perpetuity, under IIIU name ot the •ITV ur' NORTH MIAMI BEACH", t:.territorial bouuu.in. s ol which Hi ill be as follows: lioglu HI the Southwest corner >>f section H. Township •"•South, .'.ante 42 East, run Northerly atom • he west line of the above mentioned Section to the East Boundar) lines of the Florida Baal Coaal Rall). of the si: 1 .t Section 12-52-41; Thence Northery along the said Wesl line to the North Innof the s y, of the M: 1 f the SK 1 of Section 12-52-41; Thence Easterly along said North .lie to the Wesl 11.10 ..f Seetioll T-52-42; Thence Northerl) along thi .Vest line of Section T-.'.-'-t:: to the North hue of the SW', of Section 7-52-42; Thence Easterly along said North line to the Bast Hi f the sw, I.I Section 7-52-42; Then.-. Southerl) along Bald East line to the North line of the s'j of the sw, .f the NW 1 of the si: 1 of Section 7-52-42; Thence Eaaterl) along aald North line t.. the Easl line of the S of tlie sw 1 of the NW, of the si: 1 of Section 7-52-42, Thence Southerly UM.UK said East line t>> he North line of the sw 1 of the si: 1 of Section 7-32-42; Thence Casterl) along said North line t>. he Bast line of the Wty • %  the E if the SK', ..f Section 7-52-42; Chance Southerly along said Baal in. to the North line of Section 8-52-42; Thence Baxterl) along the North line of Section 18-51 12 and Seel 17-52-42 to the Easl line of '.he NK 1 of the NW 1 ..f Section 7-52-42: Thence Southerl) along -alii Bast line to the North line of (he s'. of the tt\k of Section 17-5242; Thence Baaterl) along s.ii.i North line to t!.. \\ | • line "f the 15*4 of the NW', of the NEVi of Section 17-52-42; Thence Northerly ilong said w.-st line anil continuing ilong the West line of the SKI, of he SW >i of the SK', of Section <-52-41 to (he South line of the NW', of the SWV4 of the SK', of Se, tion S-".L'-4L': Then.. Westerly I long -aid South line to the W.-st ne of the SK 1 ol Section 8-52 12 l'h.me Northerly along said Wesl in.to the South line of the NK', -.f the NKI, of the SW", of Section (-62-42: Th.-n.-e Westerly along said South line to the West line of the NK', of the SE 1 ; of the SW', of Section 8-52-42; Theme Norther!) along said Weal line to the South %  of the NW, of Section 8-52-42; Thence Westerly along silil South line to the West line of the K ,,t the SW ', of the KV.i, of the \: \\ ', .f Seetion 8-52-42: Then. •• Northerl) llong said West line tO the South line of the N'4 of the S of the \"v.', of Section 8-52-42; Thence Westerly along said South line to •lie West || nt „f lh( |.;„. ,,( n ,. JJI.;^ %  I the SW', of the NW', of Section -52-42: Thence Northerly along said W.-t lit,,, t., the South line of the NW', of the NW, of Seetion 8-52'-': The Westerly along said South line to the West line of Section 8-52-42: Thence Northerly along -'je West 'me of Seetion 8-52-42 to the South line of the NVi of the N" ". •r the NEVi of Seetion 7-52-42: Thence Westerly along said South line fa the Meat line of the NW of he NTU of the SK> 4 of Section 7-52' I'hen. .. Northerly alonesaid .st line to the North line of Section 7-82-42: Thence ICasterlv along •he North line of Sections 7. 8 and 'i2-42 io the West line of the SK', %  f the SW ', of the SW'-i of Section J-52-42; Thence Northerly along aald West line to the North line of the •he S>: of the H'/, of the SWVi of Section 4-a2-42; Then.-e Kast.-rh LEGAL NOTICE tne Sr. 1 oi Section 1.-52-42; 1 neii.-e Ka-t.-rlvalong said North line t" the East line ol Section --:'-; Thence Southerly along the fas] in... ol Section y.2-42 and the l-.ast MM of mSSSm lVi*-l % the /sjuMi l,ne of the NM of the NEV.pf Section U-..2-U; T.ie.ii-e W eaiei ) along said South line t" tg Intel section with the East Rlght-of-wa) line of Federal Highway No-'• Thence Southwestern along the Ewi Hlghl-of-way line ol Federal HI-'' ." No. 1. ISO I., feel, more ... leas, to a point; Theme Southeasterly ." an angle of 7:1" M' IV 10'.the led with tne pievlous course i&i ... <•;•< more or less, to a point In a line i t North ol and parallel to me South line of the NVi of the Nl-.'. .1 the SW. of the NK 1 "I S' 1 1 ltj-52-42; Thence Easleri.v and paral 1,1 to said South line 106.84 feet more or le..s, Th.-nee Southerly 201.28 feel mor • less: Thence Westell) parallel to and 16 feet South of the South line of the N' ol the M1 '• I the SW, ol the NK'i "f Section H-52-42, J73.S leet to the Right-of-way line "t federal Highway No. 1; Then.-.Southwestern along said Right-or-Wa) MO. 12 leel to the North line of the si-.', "i the SW 1 of the fcTWVi of the NK 1 Ol Section H-52-42; I'hen.. hasterl} lot feel mor.or leas to tinEasl I ,1 the W'~ of the WK pf the EJ • of Seetion 16-52-42; Thence Southerly along said Bast line to the South lii f the NW. ..I the NW ', of the SK 1 Of Sect |6-n2-42 Thence Westerly along s.ii.i s..uth line to the West line "f the SI.', ol Section 16-52-42: Thence Northern along said West line to itInter section lth the Bast Rlght-of-Wa) In I the Florida Bast Coast Railroad; Then.-e Southwesterly along said Baal RIght-of-Way hue to the I inters,., tion of the project f the North line of l-ot 5, Block I. BIscayne Boulevard Subdivision one, according to the plat the 1 r rd...I in plat I k 40 at pagi I of the public re.ol.ls Of I'aile I'oiltil I'l.n Ida: Thence Easteri) along said i""Jectlon and the North line of Loi •. Block I, aforesaid sub. I vision, to the Wesl Rlght-of-Wa) line of Federal Highway, No. I; Then..Southwestern Blong said Rlght-of-Wa) to the South line of l^.t 1. Hloik I. B said subdivision; Thence Western along s.nd South Innof Lot I and protection thereof t.. the Intel w 1 tlon with the Bast Rlght-of-Wa) line of the l-'loi Ida East 1" t Railroad; Then,.Southwestern along said liight-ofWay to Intersection of the projection of the North line ..f l,..t 1. 1'.|..ik I, aforesaid subdivision; Thence Easterly along — %  t projection and the North line of l-< 1, to the West Rlght-ol w.i. III f Federal Hlghwa) No I Thence Southwester!) alone the Wesl line of sal. I Rlght-of-Wa) to Hi.South line ol Lot I, Block -. aforesaid subdivision; Tiience Wester!) alu South line ol l^.t I, llloi K : uloies.n.l subdivision to the Weal III : Lot I, Block -. afore Thence Southwi .-i el I) Weal line oi Lots 1 and %  lliock I, aforesaid subdivision, to the North i.n ol lot I. Block -. aforesaid subdivision: Then..Easterly along the North line of Lot I lu the Wesl Rlght-of-Wa) I f Fedel .1 H way No l. Thence Southwestern along said W.-st Rlght-of-Wa) line I., the South line of Lot 5, Block 2, aforeaald subdivision; Thence Weste ly along said South line t. the Wesl line oi 1-ot %  '.. Bioi k -. al said subdivision; Thence Southwesterly along the West line of |...t 8, [liock _'. aforesaid subdivision to the North line of the S-; ..I Ihe NK 1 of the NW, ..f Section 21-52-42. Then..Easter!) along said North In,., to the Baal ii i the NW, ..t Section 21-52-42; Thence Southern along said Baal line Io lh< centel >.t Section 21-52-42: Thence Westerl) along the South line ••: the NW, ..f Section 21-32-42 to the Easl Rlghtof-Wa) In f Federal Hlghwa) No, I; Thence Southwestern along said Baal Rigid I v... line to a point 206 86 feel, said point being 4J :'•: feet measured Northeaster!) along said Rlght-ol -Wi > line from the feAiUthwesl corner >.t l^.t 12. Amended Plal ol R E Mi I "onalcl s ibdh ~I..II .ii. ordlng to the plat thereof i ei orded in I'lal n ...i, !, al page 22, of the Publii Re. ords of l i.i.I. i oiinn i lot Ida Tl Easl erl) ..ml parallel to the South line of the NW ', of S. .lion .'I -'..' I: ;..! a distance of 881.2 feet Tin nee Southwestern and parallel to the Bast Rlghl -.1 -Wa) III • Federal Hlghwa) No. 1. 482.26 feel to the South line of the NK 1 of the SW, ..f Se.tion 21-52-42; Thenei u • I. I) along said South in., to the Kast line of tin NW ', ..f ||,e SK', Of the NE>, of t|,e SW, ot Section 21-52-42; Thence Southerl) along ,1,1,1 Ram I,,,,. t„ |he .%  Inn..I Hi. N W, of the SEVl of the NK', of the sw'i, ,,f Section -'i-:.:'12 'I'h. -II. %  • Westei l> along South line to the K.,.| I:,,,. ,,. ,,„. SK 1 of the SW, of ihe NH'J oi the SW, of s... ,„„, 21 line being alao the Easl In....f i..,t 21 Amended Plat of it K MI lion .-•id Subdivision, according to the Plal thereof, recorded In Plal Book i. at page 22, ol Ih, Public I! r,|. of I lade County, Florida; Thence Southerly along said Easl lln. i,, tinNorth line of l^.t :'>. aforesalil subdivision: The...,. Southw. along the Hast Hi f l.ot _n, ., f said sul.diyisloii .;\7 It; feel t., th, South line of |>,t :•> aforesaid sub'•'vision i.ei rig also th. North I ne of the S 1 of the S', of II,.. S'-. „f Se.tion 21-52-42; Thence Easterly along said North lln.i,, ,,,, Kss'l lln.. of the SVi of Ihe SW, of ,|,e si-1 o seetion 21-32-42: Thence goutherls along said E^M n„ r ,„ ,1,,. Sonih line of Section ;\ .-,• %  .4... Then, H Westerly along v.,,,1 South line to the Weat hue of Section 2152-42; Which Is the point of I ning. NW, of B^rth.'"^ !" ,1 ri, ,„"' NorthwSTerlj '"1 ,1 Beginning I teg in al tl"' the HW ol • 1 mi Kasti' Northwest corner 1 %  on ---•-. '"•'" (k) in i in 1 III! I..I M.I Parks IMs) grounds ....11 course's — -Mhlellc and recrealloual ricMs Parking loin l-ubllc Library the provlsiiMis (according to f the ene ,he provisions ". "^ J"VV-; ij. as contained In sections •; ,0 t.. 17.S. Inclusive, of I ...il.ht Statutes) il-l To enact (irdlnances deftiitng agaln.t the fit) and Io pro;',,,. ,he punishment thrreloi*. bat In J, h ,-.-s the maximum fine to b ''TlUrtUAi.^a^mP^S5H '""-.' %  Thence'Nn t'h'erl) % %  %  -,:;;•' 2 V^"o> oov f N 1 ;,.\ * Ordlnam e pursuant t" tne 1 visions hereof, shall be held and de, ,1 t.. be fit) ifflcers ol the 1 it) <•• North Miami Bern h Section 3. POWERS OF CITY: The Pit) shall lu" all the powers granted lo a iii'im. Ipal %  orporatlon and 1 • ,,,.hi thi Ponstltution an I tli %  Laws ol this Slate, togethel with all Implied p..... %  : ssar) lu 1 arry into exei ul on all powers granted 1 he .'itv ma) .IT property within 01 M-lthoul Its corporate limits for an> It) purposes. Ill fee simple. Ol Jln I" Interest or estate bj pui ,le\ i-e lease 11 ideinn 11 Ion and ma) sell, .• 1 tgage hold and ontrol such propert) as Us ... and, • \. • Id as 11..11 ol Ihl ,,f this Charter, ma) ex. age interests ma) reoul prohiblte 1 b) Ihe C State 01 resll 1 lion th. 1 ighl pott .-I s, fun. 1 Ions, and Immunities to evei nu mi.w ha tsoe> • %  Tl n in erated par' this Charter shall nol be be \rln.si\e. and in addl iiowei enumerated %  h.relo or appropi iati I of B 1. ii pow era, it I municipal privileges name hereli powers in del 0i.-d t. tion lo tin or implied the e\. • tended thai the City shall have and nun exercise all powers which the' '' f this Stall 1 mp. t. nl for thU charti Kpei all) '" en imei ate ENUMERATED POWERS OF THE CITV Phi .1 u 'It) shall Ian 1gi anted ih. 11ids ..111 |MJ 1 1 To %  la) out. open, \. .1 .. \% 1.1. 11. in.1 .nt.11 ami keep .lean itnd sanitary, and ..th%  ... .1 %  1 nd to abandon 01 \ .1 ..t.stri it. alleys, bridges, sldi pat ks, oarkwa) piomi nadi • and otl el put. In plai • and a a > 1:1 To ..i.e. ,.n\ and all %  regulate travel, I ade ind liaffli 1 : upon an) or all Hit. h .n. eluding the imuer to regulate th. weight, iniii'iii.-nt. operation .' I -peed ol • 11. %  trains, t..i. ami olhel vein, |i ..ling 11 ..1 tl tile 1 lt\ 11 T orequlre any and ..II a i pip. .111 1 %  :.... to III ami maintalni -I undergi ound. I I I To 1. .| III •• L'BI I lets III and ma nta in al belt • tpense adi uiiat.wan g ite ..-..I slg nal-. 01 wall hmen, w here d< %  %  1 SI To \. 1 1st all powers, 11 b.!• %  I of hi. h is tO |(l olllote th.publl health, -..:. t>, ,. tblli moral and pub1 %  a-elfare; snd no I irdin 1111 en euai I -d hen IK hi Id lu b< Ullle> 10 he lllllel.lt. d 16) T %  ipon 1 h lei -I condlti .,thi I'oum II ma %  : tlllie toll regulali • within th. 1 It -11. h I ifi aglow u .1 ill .... upal ons mil •-• i.. .-., the 1 oun i ma) fro • %  time, design • %  1 lax ..-. 1 1 %  Drill na .Ti To lal "' • and foi t-\. •"' %  i for .. tl t ix 1, mi, profession an I .. %  ..,: ,,„ %  %  heling n i, rofit 1 01 poratluns, Tn %  1II1 el n 1 nfon ..,I'I I,. • < • ge .. n.1 regu r revenui I %  general b) lev I. .. ||, ..„ Wf lopi rlv us. r "''. U01 ihi rporui in ibje. t 1.. be mad %  II i, ,,'."" % %  U|>on such Ii ',','". '• let -, IIM .. 1. prohlbil Ihe sal %  %  till To Imj 191 fi fin ,nl such excise and privilege V... as shall he lawful for carrying .,,. purpose and powers of ihe ,,, provided that n" taxes In I "ess "l two .-' II" shall 1-e levied ,,., „,e benefit of a public BhWi 1 To lev*, asses and collect lax1 to borrow money, within the i he.l b) general law; and ,., ;. v >. .,11 I ."lle.t special asaassmenta ..,, I„ .1, liteonfetred 11.1 To furni.-h all local jiuldic „.,,,.. io purchase, hire. ...nstruct. own maintain slid operate or Iwv 1 1 piililic utilities; to acquire by nation or otherwise, within or : th. corporate limits property for amsuch purposes, sub|,i th,restl ictlolis imposed L> general law fot Ihe protection of other communities: and to grant local public utility franchises and to regulate The thereof; 1171 To make local public Iniprove11.1 t.. acquire b> condemnation .,,,1... proper!) within or without u~ irporate limit" necessary for 1. h Improvements, and also to ncrgreaa over that needed for ioh Improvement, and to sell or rase excess propert) with re-trlctions I, • to protect and preserve the Improvement; 1 181 To issue and sell bond! on the j In whole or in part, or any -n.'i excess property, or of such exopert). or of .1111 public utility owned b) the City, or of the revenue thereof, 01 of h..th. Including the case ,,. „ public utility, If deemed desirable City, a franchise stating the .. %  %  i. upon which, "1 ••'-•• of forethe purchaser mayoperate SUl h Ul 1191 To nrganlae and adminlatar mil.li, libraries subject to the lieneral Law 1 .1 To adpol and enforce within I la, local poihe sanitary similar regulations not In rili-t aith th.' lenei .1 l.i*; i_l 1 To provide fin MIII in clearance an.I the rehabilitation of I. lighted ar— and gifts of m .ne\ or property ..f money or red I for such %  shall be deen .1 1 bi • t'in %  i22i To pi. .vol.-.1'. in. 1 sanitary I in famlll f low Income and f • %  t-eational an I oilier facilities Ini del 1 .i or sppurti nai 1 thereto, and gilt-, ol mone) or pr.,perl> ... loans of mone) or credit f.. u h housing Shllll l.e deemed to he [o| .. Clt)' pill'%  ARTICLE II THE COUNCIL; THE MAYOR 1 Number, and term :' Uiiallfli at mis ;: S..I.H-. 4. Titular I id The Mayor Powers ..ml duties of the May..! •' %  Vacant lea ii • ..f the Mayor 7 l*ower> of Counqtl • Vacancies In 1 'oum il '.' Induction ..f loun.-ll Into nffli e. M, : .,,: %  1 '...meil 1". oilli. || to I... Judge llf .main, f u mom* Pel s 11 Rules of Procedure; Jo irnal 'rdin.ui ... 15. I'ro.e.iuie for pasaaga of 1 irdlnam • first reading It. Second Lading and public hearing IJ Purlhei onal leratloa; final p..--.in.. Publication ,.f irdlnnnces Bftei flll.il passage, |MTmlsslve referendum IT Kmercenc. nrdlnanpoa aSe.'!?!1 : NUMBER. SELECTION AND TERM: The foun.il -ball have members ele. t. d t..r a term of %  -" years each, provided, however. lection of councilman shall l.e red, t..-wit T.-o (J, cmncilmen n I for elect,.„, -.imulMncualy Mayoraltv election sears; remaln".'" ':"••' ,:; councilman "n alternate % %  •" .ml. orovldosX that O councilman shall l.e a resl ith 11 the boundarv lines of the I "irli 'heresflei .1. %  • %  ,,..,! „d shall reside within t'..|.|tr|ct from h he 1el.-. t,.,| ,,,,,| further, thai %  1 oun. ibnan shall l„.1. %  1 ,1 Uiatrii 1 b) the voters of th.sal. "I malt 1 the f In %  peii and OIIP. t ,|„.. •| ireei %  %  tion ..I garbagi ., %  privileges and id. • %  1. -, %  Section 2. QUALIFICATIONS: I'wnII he qi|K||f|rd elect.,,, of .1-1 shall hold no other nubile ept tl. .t „f N .,.,,, Ptihllr, 1 HoNational Guard, Milit.irv Reserve If a oosm"hsll .•...,„, ,., 1 nv „, •.lift, .ti .0 01 -hall IKeon' %  crl Involving moral toeinoffice shall immediately Clio I'll • %  • I .. an Section J. SALARIES time to time time to time to the i-|tv f_ fejH£? ul n •" .uch > ta^ n "" vhSi'tar £p* S *"and this Charter. """ v ,I > r •" 5S* •,04>lolnt. confirmed hvsv-~ I found when the %  „„,„ b > *.ri,J aucs, Mftaer %  aviaaote, a „ "M S "•..Comptroller. ., nu ^'> AMi-1 and duties snail be ,„,.,, 7.,^*" l or may hereafter he Ux2Si?!24 nance and by this I'harte? I?a**l BUhlllll to the City louuiu'-fciSS Je^utreO, a full s'n.l ", ,l! b "rl -Went Of all le.-e„„, ., B |*^' Wtij -~u of the 11.> |.,: r." 41 "*!! sh.i also inemher ffwil Statement, ami and submit to .-.,. „ Cliy council at th, "e^oT£B meeting in each ,„„ ; ,, '' u *l showing the amount of ,h.' n ,l l penses of each fit) I •ei mr[m "'/ -| ihe preceding ,no,„„. t!, ^'.J the amount alloweu 1., a ,. h J ""l invnt when the Annual nurtt.i •Y v | made. l % % %  (h) To act on all OnNnaacassaJ by the Cily Council and ^ffS be submitted before going ,.,."51 l-t to the Mayor, or "ne i3 Mayor for his approval: if apptSr2_ he shall s gn the same and retail to the .City Clerk. ,, dlsgi'^Jl return name with hi"bWiL,. ,il writing, to thi-ii, .•..un^^ya next regular meeting, bo 1^1 cause the same to be enters' all upon Its records ..f their or..-IT! ings, with the Mayor's obWiT thereto, and pan upon th, .„, upon consi.leiatlon the cSL Cosii !" JMVK "TT/IT^ "" hlM '"-6>l'>2| fifths (4/a> ma>.rit> vote wbiaj vote shall be entered unuk tsr n a orda, ouch Ordlnan.-i -hall un I come law, the Mayoi %  vutr to |d contrary notwithstanding Aari nance which shall n>d be rftunwdl the City i'oum il at the n\t rn.tfa meeting after Its passagf written veto, shall become a ks like manner aIf aiiprnved b) Mayor or Acting Mayor, •action VACANCIES IN OfFICtl OF MAYOR: The I%  • .1. nt r| Council, during the absence or duvl blllty of the Mayor, -hill ><-i u sgH Mayor, but while so nr i U.><,| he shall Dot have the right lose' vote as a memlier of the I'll hut the City Council shall. Is 1 case, elect a President pro tso In case the Mayor shall Is? abwe lalx.rlng under any dlsabllll than three days at a time, the lug Mayor shall receive the M) salary for the time of his ahMit,i illsabilit •. provided, tint In the na of the alisinc. sickness -r 'li-imlil cation of the M11y.11 and "r thf dent of the Clt) Council, the C(| t'ouncll mav elect one of itm.-mbr who shall ne Acting Mayor, but acting Mayor .annot -it as a memlM of Council; and. provided, further.g| case of death, resignation, r^tnng failure to qualifv due lo 11.>i I or iihy-l.al dlaabllltv, ..r In t| failure to elect a Mayor, the PreoMB of the City Council ..1 Acting Mi)J as above provided, shall dlschttte I duties of aald office until filled | manner and pursuant In ARTH" VIII. Seetion 11 of tin' hi.rwr Section 7. DUTIES AND POwM OS CITV COUNCIL. The • I ell shull have Ih. |MJI In effwtl all of the powers granted i" ihe I of North Miami Beach under Chatter, together with ill In powers nocooaar) 1 1 rarrj n.t" '*> tlon all powei gi tint. 1 t" th City. The b.-r.-inaft. r etiu tl.-ular powers in Charter not lie deemed exclusive, an.l 111 tlon to the powers en leratH or Implied Ih. 1 • b< the exercise of ..,. h tended that the Citi ''"""• %  have and mav exi 1 • a" which, under Ihe Constilutlsa sjl Stale and granted to the I it'_l ells of cities an 1 1 '<" '"' latws of the Stale ol I : l.e oompotenl for Ibis Charter ficaliy to enumerate ENUMERATED P 0 W E %  • COUNCIL: The fit) Council have ami Is granted the r powers as follows 111 To up point a 1 it.' Attoraer, shall pel 1..no all 1 I tip %  nances in writing. %  u.-ti I niirh lAWsall.l Kules of >"• %  • Inrter „f tl M KllloV'Ti," vvv'. ,,ol n L "" "'S "" ,h liT 'of the .\\\i, of Section I3.S2-41 tisi feet West of the center of Se,:,' l5-H-; Thence Northerly .,,„ parallel to the Kast line of the NW 1 of Section lS.tg.42 Io h s,,,,,., ""• Thence Knaterlv along said The!," R h ,f,, 1 Wl,V """ '"" '"• I hence Southerly and parallel to the •as, UM of the NW. of BecllSn !hl ', prevent and abate %  "'"'"T(.' %  To restrain I P" hllug Or other • ,| -'"'' n | U rPl 10 prevent the-running cgttte, horses, dog". "• goats, and fowls -'"' 1 o r a. tic birds.. In th-"•"" %  CKy Uralts and f '""" aome. lh r may make tla" to the oamo and whenev e ^ are so ortabllshed ";';,„,,,, the operation and maan same, .„ frini-h' 1 (C) Tn arani %  "" tranaport.itlon phone comiianies 14) To regulate I % treel nr other rail taa Cltv. I-"' 1 "";...„, rol ,nd .ran. "**$"&-& 'Zti>m res „t be dfonendent state revenue I Cowucll may harge '"•JSSSf* flfcara for the "•^" ^ taaorvaa, P^ rmr *'„ r S"*JSf ^Vd" .*• %  ..I.."""? Jr5Sf pS.aH hve first >**• City Clash. rega" 1 .(t#> To control a n" ^n. *7i and boor within tn



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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 5. 1954 • !' %  fieri fa. M7 PAGE 9 A Betrothals, Weddings Caught In Miami's Social Spotlisht Miss Marlene Morris Becomes Bride of Kenneth Chaitman: Chooses Xvlon Tulle In a candlelight ceremony at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel on January 31st, Mi8S Marlcne Morris, daughter of Mr and Mrs. I. A. Morris. 1201 West Avenue, formerly of In dianapolis. Indiana, became the bride of Kenneth Chaitman. son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Chaitman, 6912 Byron Avenue, formerly of Brooklyn, New York. Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated. Best man was David Morris, broth er of the bride. Samuel Negrin and George Kotler acted as ushers. Maid of honor was Toby Chaitman. sister of the groom. Junior bridesmaids included An nette Morris and Linda Morris. nieces of the bride, with Barbara Morris, flower girl, and Harold Chaitman. page boy. The bride's gown was fashioned of rose point lace and nylon tulli Lesser, Newman Troth Revealed The engagement of their daugh ter, Sheila Rose, to Robert Stanle> Newman was announced t hi week by Mr. and Mrs Edward Lesser, 7727 Dickens Avenue. The bride-elect is a graduate oi Miami Beach High School and at tended Charron Williams Commer cial College. Her fiance ithe son "I Mr and Mrs. Julius Newman. '2ii< J.'n. r-on Avenue, and graduated Mondaj from the University of Miami with a BS degree in electrical engineering. Mr Newman is a member ofl Omicron Delta Kappa, honorary engineering society, and the In stitute oi Kadio Engineers over white saim fitted bodice, highlighted with iridescent sequins and featuring a tiny rolled collar and on^ point-on hand sleeves Tin bouffant skirt was paneled front aid back with tiers of pleated nylon tulle and side paniers ol rose point lace and fell Into a sweep tram A clotne cap of rose point lace held t ti%  finger-tip bridal veil she cairied two white orchids on a Bible Mrs. Morris, mother of the bi de %  elected a ballerina length gown "i French blue lace with orchid cor jage Mrs. chaitman selected an iqua and pink nylon tulle ballerina-length gown with white orchid corsage The bride, a graduate of Miami Beach High School, attended the (Jniversitj "i Miami, where she pledged Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority. she was also graduated from the Davis Institute ol Medical nologj in Miami. Mr < haitman attended Pace I 'ollege. New York City, and will %  receive his degree in accounting from the L'niversitj oi Miami in I Pebruarj il< Is .i member of Tan I Epsilon Phi Fraternity. After a honeymoon in Havana %  ml Veradera Beach, the couple will make their home in Miami m fc Miss Ann K.-l/ I'o Wed in .lulv Vnn Sandi n I Jo ,.|,i, i -Hi ih.inin w ill Inmarried in .1" s i i Is. Dr il II Kali ol I hel I ichu t'tts, ha\ e announced iuple's en Mi l"ei I he -mi ol Mr an ; Hymen ti I'eitelbaum, %  i i. HI Avenue Miss Katz I raduated I ., %  ., id. ii S< hool and i now a sophomore at the i niversi i ami i Miami Mr.,.li II: .' %  >' hool and atI Epsilon Phi Fraterie Armj %  he HJ i% %  stall II. i| the Arm.-. Home Town N i • uri. He i nov associated :' : Eagle Docks ai es in Mrs. Paul Rostn Rosens to Reside l\) Miami Beaeh **' .* Mr and Mrs Paul E Rosen will return to make their home in Miami Beach after i wedding trip in Veradero Beach and Havana The bride is the former Miss i Claire Serota she and .Mr. Ros,-n were married in the Rone) Plaza Hotel on January 30th, with Rabbi Irving Lehnoan officiating Newlywed Mrs Rosen is the daughter of Mr and Mrs N Serota, 2Jo West Bit O AJto Drive Mr. Rosen i. the 100 ol Mi and Mrs. Sam Rosen. 7412 Byron Avenue. Maid of honor was Miss Judy Kdelman Othvr attendants includ I ed the Misses Anita (Mrin. Bar bara r"ik. Joan Jackowitz and Inez Sokoll. Joe Kirshenbaum was best man. wiT.i Jules Wasson. Arthur Ka.-pcr. ] Richard Green. Arthur Beckerman and Bernard Becker acting aushers The in i i gi ami Beach Hifch School and vice president oi Delta Phi Epsiion So rorits at the l :r,\c \-\ ol Miami Miss Ann 5. Kofi Miss Pauline Rosen Rosen (iuthmann Arc Kngaged Mr and Mrs Meyer Rosen, oi Jersey, announce men) ol their daughter, Pauline to Edward Guthmann, son ol Mrs Ruth Guthmann, 156 South Shore Drive, Miami Ceach, and the :.. • Elias iiuthmann. Rosen attended ESastside High School in Paterson and is nou i at the i Diversity %  >! Florida, ii' in education she i~ counselor ol tre.shman social < hainnan of < .''••i danc ororitj. and is active cam] nizal ions Mr. Guthmann attended Miami ..i b School ..nd the I Diverlit) i. Florida, win-re he was president ol It i Beta Ian. social fraternity He Is now attending the I nivi rsitj of Miami and will rec< ive h'ts BOA degree in June. definite date has been set for the wedding Michael Burney, Jerome Speetor to be Bai Mitzvah in Double Ceremony Saturday Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Burney, 1354 SW 12th Street, and his cousin. Jerome, son of Mr and Mrs Irving Speetor, 1022 SW 12th Street, will hecon firmed in a double Bar Mitzvah al Beth David Synagogue on Saturday morning, February 8th, with Hah in Mas Shapiro ami Cantor Maurice Mamches officiating. Michael is an eighth grade stu dent at Shenandoah Junior High School, where he belongs to the baud ami the I llln ( luh He is also i pupil al Path David Religious ..ml Sundaj schools Jerome attends Shenandoah along with los cousin, Michael. A student al Beth David Religious ami Sundaj Si hools. he has %  per tect record ol never having missed Sunday classes there since his en rollmenl m Kindergarten Michael's grandparents are Mr and Mrs s .1 Speetor, 1824 Buck ell Avenue, and Mrs Edith Schol nick. 1151 SW 24th Avenue His j lather was Bar Mit/vah at Beth David Synagogue 27 years ago. Je minegrandparents are Mr. and Mrs speetor and the late Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dock. Honored guests at a reception following the ceremony in the synagogue will include Jerry's uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs s M. Dock, of Tampa and formerly of Miami, and his sister. Frances, who attends the University of Florida. i ncles and aunts who will honor the cousins are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Buan. Mr. and Mrs I. M Dock. Mr. and Mrs. William Dock. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Baron. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Speetor. Mr and Mrs. Louis Speetor. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Spector. Mr and Mrs Barnet Kriensky and Mr and Mrs. Morris Marks. f? Zisks Pick Hawaii For Honeymoon Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Robert Zisk were married on Sunday by Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual leader Of th David Congregation, but th newlywed couple won't take theil wedding trip to Hawaii until June] Attending the couple were and Mrs Morton Stern. Mr. Ster is the brother of the bride, the i mer A'tidrcy Stern, daughter of and Mrs Manny Stern, Chicago] lllinoi The hnde was given in marriage • i .1 lather sh, attended thi I niversit) ol Illinois and the Un •I Ity of Miami, where she is lember of Delta I'hi Kpsilon S rorit) Mr Zisk. son of Mr. anc MrAlbert A Zl k Dallas, Tex attends the University of Mil • id i a member ol I'i Lambda Ph| I ate] nit'. A reception was held at th


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< WlY. FEBRUARY 5, 1SS4 -JmlstirhrkHan PAGE 11 B LEGAL NOTICI Lt-OAL NOTICE .roperty or the City of North Mlmml ZT*u "ailed to Py or make rea"Jht provisions for future My" „i V.f iu"l <>e D, ereb > r •<""<> %  n ,v i.. l '" <">l>loyer or MM1" the service generally; or |M "... „.threatened, or atl ) ,'i to use political Influence In '•'" l ; '.',,. „H.!|.,.>. leave, of ah"'% transfer*. change In pay. character ..f work, or re'..,„ ,, ( ainlnatloa grade; or hiKUided, or In any manner Jl". .,;, .. oncerned In assessing, ii it in"> collecting any money E ..,,"' .i mployee In the 1 I ,',| the City of Ninth Miami %  tench f" "' purpose "' making a public ofliccr; or *,, hibeen Induced, has Induced, ,--. im .ted I.. Induce, an offln thi esfVioe of the i-itv '"I N"ilh Miami llench to mm„,, .„, unlawful get, or to ml In ,1,11,11 "1 lawful and reasonable L',,, i '.,1 or official regulations has taken any fee, gin. '' ,,,i„ yalui thing In the '.„... oi bar work or In conMrtion li 't foe his or her perfrom any cltisen. when • ,1 ,,,. Ibutlon Is made with the hone ii' • upectatlnn nf receiving a ,,' lietiei treat man t than Isuci • other cltlsetis: or m h.iintentionally falsified a lime reconl or failed to report ali„„ dutj to superiors, or, j, ,f, ( lyment, II la found thai i made a false Ktiite application tot anqHO] n absent from duty haa failed, to reiftei ii,.lea • • i .i b [ expired, or after aald ]. %  ban l n, dlnxppro) i .i ill ill'*'!. If .... nl to i.pint is axil ma > be dla. mployee reinstated met position ui baan filled from ler, in a lit. li i • m.i y remain ami .. name be placicihii reglstei In the i. ii ralnstatamant; ; tic towarda superv employees, ortticiai, and policies, and Interferes with the II uf employees and ii, y of thf public %  mi i %  fused a surety bond when .II I'd for as a qualification for i -in INOTK ^ is contained In any ot Ihi -hall Interfere with the right '"l duly of the Mayor, the 11.1... .HI load, Chiefs of Po%  I I I 'I-I..II -tmerits, or a citizen, to fill rues attain.t any emploj i ground* which he conil.le. I i"l Appt.ii to Board: When any biptoyee the Classified Service lllh perm HI. in civil service status. ph.. hail been -u-pended, reduced In iik, or el -massed, appeals to the ard. the Vppeal must be made In %  nine • %  i fifteen (IS) days from (tatc he reeetvae notice of bpeiuHi redu, lion i>r dismissal, and %  e Hour (I r Mi.next regular meeting Vill ... • II ilale In hear such April The ..-Imaik date shall deteiline thi • ecu compliance with I I fifteen (16) days lile 'I'd,I rei-ogalalna the dlsIplmirj it; ,,f the admlmstraI 1 h. id) at all times to | non-hip between the ., shall make Its in writing to thC % %  deration, who shall i •' II IIIIIIE. everslns. %  I %  Ipllnary action of director. : Ap ; >. || proceeding: Written %  bj the Board t" the Mayor, and Cit) • head of tin l •• lime and place ol K i The |ilo. eedlllKS al as is compatible i-nm of justice The %  i...umi by local [ i o--> % %  it Proof: Thi Board will. i i-h to such person • -. a ml specifics [ h in or bar. The the evidence HI [ 11 ii. atlons as filed %  Director of the Deter la I amendment of i, the -H.I charge* or ape I he conshtarad bj the l f shall be as fol%  ol the Department evidence n. rapines. I'ellanl shall then proenc| ,, he ma) wish defense The Director I iment may offej rebut [ and the Board at Its, li. ,, hear arguments. I m of tfden, e shall I Ules applied I.v i lies and lieitu' I the i.. i repreaented b> the City I oth,-i Counse. The aphj .e 1; :.....„,.-,l by I i the Hoard, after due render Its recom', I to the A II i M yn.t.on before Appeal: The • I'epartmenl head of • "vee s.ls\ in i..nk. or dismissed, V ri the part of the } -id. r.d a w-lthI ind II... separ. inc.I shall I %  n it Ion a...i the I la. dlamiaaed with|l i harm "" f 'hdlemlsn In the p" %  inain In the personn h:.l| >' and a notan the cnpi of the th. effect that "...i : '*'!. purauant t.. ii i ..f An KTrSiE • I -hall fall to ap''.' „"xed for the hearing. r-t en, t.re,i bv the rat'on. „ ( .e„der judgment C h "etlfy th. T. 0 ,^,, ahall forth.," n >"^..| '.'.„"'"" ""•'"' head and 'qu|,i,i.'.'i V '''' ':' "" decision ^"v ei inv' n &f •."eaapoint. aaaMoct ,, ,'„ w,,< '" dismissed 1 delinquency, or who shall be dlaquallfled from taking anv exan.lnallon for at least two .-"years thereafter, unless In the )udnWntof tha Board the said charge, wllljuit %  if feel Die eoipl,,. ,. .„ n„,.f Ullll-Jml., aome other .Heupatlon. u t,ulneM '" „„ (S i !" P %  h) '• le • 'oeapacitation: O/gsn an employee become, physically | n capacutcd for the performance of ,,. duties of %  position, tliJDirector of the Department may. ft ,,„ requeS of said employee and with the consent of the Board, transfer aald employee to a vacant imsltlon In the same or a ;;;;;-J--! with.,, ,he empio,...,,.. (10) Reduction in Pty 0 r Position: iloarlngs on appeal fro,,, employees reduced In pay or position, laid' ..ff, or suspended by the Department head shall be conducted gcm-ralli in the -,•' manner as hearings on appeal from orders of discharge CD Dismissal of Probationary Em ployee in an Entrance Position M he never It becomes necessary for the Director of a Department to recommend dlamlaaal of %  probationer) employee In an entrance position a report of the oharaaa together with the proceeding, of the hearing held before th..aid Director, shall be forwarded to the Hoard for filing with the service record of said employee llf) Resignation: Any emplc the classified service who desires to resign .hall do so In writing to the bead "( the Department in whleh be or she is employed, The Department head shall thcrcii|Kjn report such rllon to the Cl\ il Bet v I. • An employee who resigns, relinquishes an lights recognised under Clvli BervK c status The Civil Ben c Board shall also ha\e the right to remove o reduce flelal mployee In the Classified Service u|N,n written chai %  • in. i prefen. .1 b) anj • itlxen, I.III ..oh after reasonable nol i • >i ...i.i full hearing, it shall be the dut) ..f the Board to fix a mini.nun. standard of cofiduci nnd effli a ii > i i ch %  ade In Hi.set % lc< ami whenever II shall appeal from th reports ..( efflclenc) made to sali Board foi %  parlod ..f three months thai the conduct and efflclenc) of an) employee has fallen below this minimum, thai employee ahall be called i..lore the Board i" shoe cause ah) he should nol be removed, and if. upon hearing;, r... reason la shown sattafactory to the Board, ha shall be removed, suspended or reduced In grade, as the Hoard shall determine. Sections CIVIL SERVICE BOARD: STATUS OF PRESENT EMPLOYEES IN CLASSIFIED SERVICE: All persons In the. employ of the City holding positions in the Classified Service at the time this Chattel lakeeffect, shall, unless their |x>.lt|on be abolished, retain same until discharged, reduced, laromoted, 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 In] -..buy or compensation for service to any person holding a position in the Classified Service unless the payroll or account for such salary or compensation shall liear the certificate 0< the Hoard, or Its secretary that the persons named therein have been appointed or employed and are performing service In accordance with the provisions of this Charter and of the rules promulgated bj the Hoard Section 10. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD: POWERS OF SUBPOENA: OATHS. PRODUCTION OF RECORDS: in an) Investigation conductad bj the Board II ahall have the i,..,\.r r. subpoena and require the attendance of witnesses and the proi hereb) of i..,.'ks i nd pa pel pertinent to the Investigation and to administer oaths to such wltn. Section 11. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD: PROHIBITIONS: PENAL TIES: No person in the Classified m seeking admission thereto shall be appointed, red u ed or i emovi I, in in an) way favored or die. criminated against I i ue of political opinion, or affllial Offlc. 01 ,,r th.CH) shall directly <" Indirect)) solicit or receive or be In an) ma.in. i concerned in soliciting or receiving an) assessment, ibscrlptlon, or contribution for anv political purpos< whatever. Mo person holding a position iii the 'I isalfied Bei i li e shall tak,. part in political management or affairs or in political campaigns further than lo cast his votl or express privat.-lv his opinion. Section 12 CIVIL SERVICE BOARD; VIOLATIONS OF PROVISIONS: PENALTIES: The Civil Service Hoard subject t., the approval "f the Council shall determine the penaltics for th.violation of th.proi slonj of this Act, and the rtrtes promufciatag '"section" 13. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD: SALARIES OF CIVIL SERVICE BOARD AND ITS EM%  PLOYEFS: The salaries ol the I Vll Pen i.e Bo .nl and Its empton be determined bv' the '-"tin. ll and S sufficient sum shall be appronrlated each rear to .anv out the provisions r ,:;,:„n A 'l' r.VIL IIMVjCI BOARD; PENSIONS N" c p J< ** %  M'NT PI.AN: REL'FF FUND: INStlRANCF PLAN: Af f FP I* NC e F "Z MONFY OR PBOOFRTV mR SUr.H FUND; ADMINISTRATION OF fa) TII. riiv Cnunrll shall Hsh i fond or funds for the 'ellef or nanslon of n the n •-•. r the <-itv II ( 'gits. ,,f mom v ,-. pi i" for the benefit "f ". • %  'nod or fooimsv mas-e contributions nf pubPe „.H"N< as It mav '" an I sh rules end real m-n-eoimni Investment and .dmlnlstr-.tloo nf -ivli fond nr I l,i The ''!'< <-..ioi newer to msl Ml icts nf Insursncs win, anv lnur % %  R i.,.l i., irmsirl business In the Btate, Insti'ine Its employees or anv I lass „,. el-.-se.hereof nndee a pol ...,II, -i. s of rro".. Ineorance ',•••'"''" %  the life or health or seeldent inaur„ee or snv t-i "• "'ore %  els.se. of Insurance and may r n '7Ji' with a." eo.no.nv ^""""f ""^rin, ,„ pension, anrt .nlMrM In !" n'act lui-'neas wlth'n the ...-e for the ....,,-i..nlne ,.f ...ch ."* %  "I v r'...r ci-ses thereof and for sv and all -"ch pur..-e. mav ..">r.mriste o..| of Ittre.-.r' anv money nacJJaaev to nay ..reml-nor charwesin,|....„. t,. the c*r-vlng on of su. n p,,'l.-le "' %  eontrscts. fc) The >•" .-.e.n.-ll sh." '" h ,7" Ihs emolovee. In >' ''la.slfi"' %  irvic; an %  tshll .b a fun-; — "-->*-"•^___.^ ggggBBBB LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE ^"'saVci.'y 6 C1 "' • ,,, e<, "Vke of .hL*",-.'" ,'.!"', rv '"' '"'• employees in vote S,IVI "' %  majorlti 1 1 1 1 t" the establishing of a Pen-,..,, fund then a,,,, only in thai event, will ti„. city Council Inaugurate su, h %  pension fund. jHil? B 15 CIVIL SERVICE BOARD; PAY PLAN: There shall be ''"''•' y lbs Civil Sen |,e Hoard a standard schedule of pa: for each Position m Classified BervlcJ. and submit'e.i for approval to the cm Councl. and su,,, plat, shall take effect when adopted by t|„. Council by a majority vote. The Cay Mai, adopted by the I oiin, || shall include the mlm. mum anil maximum ami such Intelmediate rates si ma) be deemed desirable, for such class of position Amendment to Pay Schedules may be adopted by the Council from time to time upon recommendation of the Civil Hervlce Hoard. In Increasing or '!" ri aslnii each in the fin Hudgcl the Mayo, or City Council, or either shall not increase oi decrease any In dividual salary Item, but shall" act spiel) with i.s t t,, class of position gs established In the flas.lfied and Hay I'Ian. In no even! shall the t oun.ll redue,. the salary of a class in-low the minimum, or rule, H above the maximum established by the. Pa) Plan, except b> amendment of the Paj I'Ian. Sect.on 16. PRIORITY RATINGS FOR VETERANS: There shall be prescribed in the rul.s and regulationi the provision that Veterans of the Mllltar) Hervlce. of the ITnlted States of America shall have added to their ten ilm points in nr. competitive examination! foi the purpose of setiioritv ral Section 17. DEPARTMENT HEADS: CIVIL SERVICE STATUS: An person or persona holding Civil Service ratings, having been appointed to the i"n. la sslfled ."-i vice, i uch as C Poll. %  or Pli e i '.-pa, i ui. nta, shall. upon removal, revei t .t.. hit foi mi i status, pi um led. however, thai should sai.i remoi al be for olal Inni as -•' out iii Section 7. thai he shall be ubie, i to disciplinary action as .set out in said Section. ARTICLE VI DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE Sen.. n i 11,-p. II t m. in of pinani e; Af-TIV \TI' N : :'. i .ire. tor of Finance; Appointment 3. I i. ei-tor of Plnam < %  ; Qualification. 4. Director "f Finance; Salary .V Director Of Finance; Burets I loud >i. I 'ii. i.r of Finance: Powers and Duties 7. Work programs; Allotments •> 8. Allotments constitute basis .,f e\pendltui-es and are, subject to Revision 9. Transfers of approprlaI LUIS 10. Accounting Supervision and control 11. When contracts and expemlltui ,-s prohibited 12. Appropriations lapse at • nd of year 13. Fees shall be paid to city (b.vei iiment II. Division of Purchases Is. Competitive Bidding 16. Contracts for City Improvement. 17. Accounting Control of I'm. ha-. i is. No Contract sxet uted until Bond Ordinance effective 19. Rmergency Appropriations 20. H... r..wim: to Itleel cine, gencv App, ..pi I.I i Ion. 21. Borrowing in anticipation of Hi op.-. 11 Taxes tt. Borrowing in Anticipation ,,f other revgnue •g, x.it.s redeemable prior to Maturity 14. Rale of Notes. Report of Hale 15. Payment of V.iSertion 1. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE: ACTIVATION: Bectlonr I through .i of thi Article, snail dormant until such time as (he) . m lieI ill 'I acccoili.,'. ,„ foe th CH) kwemmenl and each ••' Itoffl.es departments and : n b..ok. f..r nnd exercise flnincla' hudse'Hrv pnntrol over each o'fb-e. d.o.i ri ment and seencv; keen as pars fa aecoitnts 'or the Item, of ; I tlo-i contained In the C'tV Ib'deel. each of which ..-counts shall show I'...mount of the SIMM ''"'II. "•"• 'he unencumbered Imla neereonlre reorl. of rereht --nd rlUbm t,t from each re.—Ivit"and snen-line nprv of the Cliv .Jove'-nment to he made dallv or .t ...ch Intervals as he msv deem e'rnedlent. (e) lohmlt to the Connell throuah the Maeor a monthly .tntement of all receipt, and disbursement. In sufficient det-.ll to showl'~ ggSJggs finanel..! condl'lon of d.. Cltv LEGAL NOTICE the end of each fiscal year, a complete financial statement and report IK l Supe, vise and be responsible for the as.se.-.sii.e.ii of all propert) within til,, oorporate limit, of the Cit) for taxation, make all special ass e s s ments tor the city Oovernni.tii, prepare tax maps ami give SUob noli,,ot laves and special as.-• %  s,,nenis as may be required by I.I \\ thi Collect all taxes, .pedal a.aessments, lic.-nse fees, and other revenues of tne Cit) or f... Whose collection the CM) is responsible and receive all mono receivable b) tne city iron, th.Htate oi Federal Oovei iiuieiils, or f.om any Court, or i,o,n an>office, Department or Agenc) of th.city. (I) have CUMI.II> .a ail public funds belonging to or undei th, control of the City, or any Office, Department or Agenc) of the City Oovernment, and deposit all funds coming Into hi. hands In such depositories as ma) be iie.i K ii.u. .1 by resolution of th,Council, or, If no such resolution be adopted, by the Mayor, subject to the requirements "i law si t.. surety ami th.payment of Intersal on deposits, hut all such Interest shall be tha propert) ..t the CM) shall Inaccounted foi and credited to th-prop.-, account. ,ji Have custody of all Investments ami Invented fnmis of the City Government, or In poaseaslon of such Government In a flduciar) capacity, and have the safekeeping of all bonds and notes of the CM) %  nd the rei elpl and deliver) of '.t\ i is ami nol.-. tor transfer, tiaiion or exchange ik> Bupervlae and be responsible for ii,.. pm.h, %  -ui distribution '.r ail supplies, materials, equipment %  • ,,H othel artlcli by any < tfflce, I >epartmi nt or Agem ol the l"itv Oovernment, II) Appro) •• ,,ll pi,., v p.-ndi1 • %  ihall i i ii i thai there In .... unencumbered balance of appropriation and a> ible funds, no appi opi umbel ed ..*'l no expenditures shall be made Section 7. WORK PROGRAMS: ALLOTMENTS: Before the beginning of tinbudget year, the hi each Office, deparl nl or Agenc) shall submit to the Mayor, when required bj him, %  work program foi the year, which program ahall shoe th.requested allotments .t u pi ..p. I., i ions r,„si,.ii office. Department or Agency, by monthly periods, for the entire budget year, The M lyoi shall review the requeeted allotments in the light of the work program ol ih,Office, Department or Agenc) concerned, and may revise, alter or change such allotment, b.-for. approving same. The aggregate of radi allotments shall nol exceed the total appropriation available to said Of fi.-e. Department ".Agency for she budget year. Section S. ALLOTMENTS CON. STITUTE BASIS OF EXPENDITURES AND ARE SUBJECT TO REVISION: The Mavor shall file a COP) of the allotments with the Director of Finance, who shall authorise all expenditures f.,r the Office, Department or Agencies to be made from the appropriations on the basis of approved allotment, and not otherwise An approved allotment may be revised durfnit the budRet year it, the same manner as the ortelnal allotment was made. If, at any time durIT1K 'he Ic.ldaet veal. the .\l.i\ia .'ill, mi thai th,. available Income, plus balances, for the year will be less than the total appropriations, he shall re, onslder the w ork pra,nl illotmenta of the several Offices, 11.-;i.in in.ni and Agencies and revise the allotments so as to forests!! the making of expenditures m exo thi i id Income Section 9. TRANSFERS OF APPROPRIATIONS: The Mayoi may, al me, transfer an) unencumbered appropriation balanc. m portion thereof i.etwe. n gi neral i la iltli al Ions ol expendltuieg within an fl,. e, I % %  •paitm.-iit or Agency Al the request of the M i v nr ami w llhln the last three months >.f the budget year, the Council ma). b) resolul transf. il..-i.-.l appropriation 1 oi portion the f from on< i l •e|../iniei,t or Agenc) to another N • shall i m id. ',out the Bpitlons required by sub-(a), lb), fc), id i. i. .. if..iu i. ni' .., i m of Sect Ion 1! of Article 111 of this irter. Srton 10. AOCOIINTINO SUPERVISION AND CONTROL: The Director ol Finance suail uava u ami shall be i squired to: .a i pi,-., i ii... forms of re .1 -. I.ills. ,., Cl I MIS to be Used b) all the ''fine-. Departments end Agencies of the Cit) Oovernment. fb) examine and approve .,11 contracts, orders and other documents by which the Cltv Government Incurs financial obligations, having previous!) ascertained that monies has been appropriated and allotted and will he available when the obllin shall 1 me due and p.. \ ..I.I. i i Audit and approve befot • %  pa) met all bill., invoice., payrolls and ..the,evidences of claima, demands, barges against th.Cit) Government and with lb.advice of the I..-'. mi. i nf !a del I ae the t.-Kui sgalit) •'nd ",' demands Id I In ; %  • 1 .111 .i l.'.il ,.r reci'' ds of tin 11 ,. ilons which oiav i... maintained In any i., part oa ni i v acy of the i \ %  nt apaj t fr..,n ,., .,,!.si.ll.n to tinaccounts kept ,n his off* I Section 11. WHEN CONTRACTS AND EXPENDITURES PROHIBITED: > tgenc) .hall, during an) budgel yeat or ,, a. to expend sn) moni j nr Incur any llnbllit) or enter ,, 11 contract which b) its terms involves the expenditure of m..nev. for ana purpose, in excess of the a.no,int. spited for in so net ii cation of expenditures, pursuant t' thicharter. An) contract, verbal ot written, made in violation of this i shall b,. null ami void. Any Officer or Kmplovee of the City who shall violate this Section .hall be guiltv of a misdemeanor, and. upon conviction thereof, .hall cease to hold his office or cmplnymenI. Nothing* in thi. Section contained, however, shall prevent Impro v ements to. be financed in whole ,,, In pat t bv t he II of bond., nor the making of contracts of lease, or for service, for a period exceeding the budget year in which such contract is made, when such contract i. permitted bv law. Section 12. APPROPRIATIONS LAPSE AT END OF YEAR: All ap the budget year to the extent that thev shall not have been e.ypeiideil or iawiuily encumoenau. Section 13. FEES SHALL BE PAID TO CITY GOVtRNMENT: All fees received by any ofl.eer or employee shall bei., IIK to the cay Oovernment and shah be paid daily tu the Department oi l-lnai.ce. Section 14. DIVISION OF PURCHASE'S,: There snail be estabiisned In the Department of Ku.ancc a ulvlMOII ot I'uicliases. in,head pi which .hall be the I'll) I'lllcbaslUK AK'"' The I'u.ciasuiK Agent purauant i., rules and regulations established by Ordinance, shall contract for,purchase, store and tnatrloute au supplies, materials am, equli ml required b) anv Office, Department or Agency of tne t it) Oovernment. The Purchaalng Agenl shall a,so have poa er ami shall be re.pure.I to: la i l',s,nbii..h ami enforce specifications with respect to supplies, materials and equipment requlsed by I he Cit) fi'Vei ninellt ih) Inspect or supervise the inspection of all deliveries of supplies, materials and equipment, ami detei mine th.-ir quaflt), qnanl aleI ,o,ilola e Will. 1-poclle turns. ui Have charge of such general Storerooms snd warehouses a. the Council mav provide by Indilian 'di Transfer to or between tifflceo, Departments or Agencies or ...li surplus, obsolete or unused piles, material and equipment. Section 1b. COMPETITIVE BIODING; Before the CM) Purcha Agent make, anv purchase or, or conI %  OM m teriali oi equipment, he sha i K v.ample opportunity for competitive bidding, for Items o' %  noHun.I, ed (SI Doll rs, unde nd regulations, and w I i such excel Council I..by oi dm in. ho.v thai the ''ouie ,i shall .i nullv Idual contra, la, pun ha ..i sales from the requirement ol I .'PIbisection 16. CONTRACTS FOR CITY IMPROVEMENTS: Anv CH I 11 .I %  i : il,..i,sand ($1,000.00) dollars shall !•, \.-. uted bv ..nil such Improvement Is authorised the i 'oiiii.ii to be i e> uted dli ••' l bv a Cit) I i.pa, t melll it. colld.M with d.-tailed plans, specifications and natee. All such contracts for n than one thou-.in.I ($1,01 i dollar. shall be awarded to the loweel reap. slide bidder after such public notl and competition as may be prescribed b) Ordinance, provided the Mayor ahall have the power to reject all bids and advertise again AJteratlons. in anv contrail may be mobwhen authorised b) the Council upon the written recommendations of the Ma voj Section 17. ACCOUNTING CONTROL OF PURCHASES: All purchases made ..ml contracts executed by the purchasing agent shall be pursuant I" a written requisition from I' •• b.ad of the Dfflce, Deia*rtri)ent or Agenc) vv ho..appropriation will be harged, and no contract oi orde shall be issued to anv vendor unless ami until th.Dtrec f Finance certifies thai there is to the credit of -ii.h office. Department or Agen y a sufficient unencumhered approprl tlon balance to pa) for the supplies, materials, equipment oi contractual services for which the contra, l or order Is to he Issued Section 18 NO CONTRACT EXECUTED UNTIL BONO ORDINANCE EFFECTIVE: No contract shall be executed 1>, the a-qUlslti.Ul "f all-* the eonstrui l Ion of any Improvement or betterment to be named be tlaIsSUBn, e of bondl thi irdlni authot lalng the ,-a nee ..f such bonds shall havt las. n effect ind ntracl exei uted hi u be unenforclble In ,liv curt of law Section 1. EMERGENCY APPROPRIATIONS: Al an) tin % %  • h .. .,, the 'nuncll mav. pur. i ant IO this Me, %  appropriation. '•• meet a pit ne.-.i for public • e, I th< r regular or I equlri ,„,.„'. t., p, otc I the ,. iblle i i cf e tv and welfa Hu, h ap| ill be b) :• solution adopted ... v ... of at leaat four-fifths I "•' "f th.iiiember. of the Couni II, %  ',"! -'' ''i be m ids upon re.-.,m.ii. II lat i ol the la I) or. Th.total aiiiou.it of all emergi ippropt latloni ",<'i. In an') b idg. I shall not exc 1 three net turn :-. i ..t the t"'.,i o|terattna %  pr..pi i.itlotimade ;n the budgel for "'section 20. BORROWING TO MEET EMERGENCY APPROPRIATIONS: l„ the abai ,i..of unappropt lal i available reyanues to h t emerge appropriation! under the provlsl, of Section Is, the < 'oun. I mav. h resolution, authorise the Issuance of i, ,.f w hli h sh -li I"tlealg! ••Hmeriteti. v .Vote and mav |„. p.-v. .-.I from time to lime, but all such not.-s of anv flat ll >'< 11 and anv renewal* thereol ahall be not later than the la-' day of the fiscal year next suceeedln* the icet year in which the emergehc) pri-it'.-n w is n Section ?1. RORROWING IN ANTiCtPATION OF PROPERTY TAXES: In .nv b"dgel year, In anticipation "f thi tin "f the or -rty ta \ fi r such v ear w het h, %  I t,, hi •• ir, the Council a .,, i.v the bo; rowlne nf mntiet b) the IssuAnce of -. of the • t) each Of li shall I • i oii Ion Ni '•-for th.Tear ." (statins the hudsri t year) s • :, i ^terlods not exi sed ind mav h< from time to time f", pi one year, but together with ,. n. '• sis .hall md he p ild I,..t I it. i third fi-Ifti thi bn Igi i < ear In which the oi rtnal notes shall have been ; ..i,.-d The an'oi.nt of live tag %  nation notes o.-iein, 1 !' laaued In anv buib-.-i v.-..hall not sxe i fiftv %  ; i of the amount of the •" -uii.lv tax levied in that year ',,, f tv nurposes I'll renewal of tax" antlcloatlon notes of anv riven fl the a'-'oitnt renewed in the ni-y' succeed nfiscal vear. K, t' "ot e\i twenty per centum I21*t) of the gmotmt oi-lelnnllv laaued, and the amount renewed In the pet n*4 flc-,| venr .iiceeedtnt? the year of leyv shall nol exceed foue per eentu'n (4*^) of the a*"ouni orleln-'llv lw.n'1. e.rti-.n %  >•>. RnSROvuNr, |N AN. T"-,r>AT'ON r>F OTHER BEV-. Ntl^S: In any hude.-t year, In anticipation of the c o l lection or receipt of other reee.-ne. of that hod-ret year, the Council mav i.v resolution, nuth,."'—



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LEGAL NOTICE the current fis. ni year estimated as %  l ^..n > 2B. S O O^N PAYMENTS ON CAPJTAL PROJECTS: L'nuer the .-!•<• cial (Mi'ilon of "Down Payments on Capital Projei ts" aa proi Ided In sub..,.,„,„ ,11 ..i Be. tlon M "i this Ar1,1.. I!I. i, ahall I"separate!) stated „. to .i.ii capital iirojecl [or which G i. xpected thai bonds will be authorised during the budg. i year, a MINI n hlch la n..i leas than rive I pi i en turn of the amol I bonds to be authorised rn thai project. For purpoai ol ci"" n pa> in. in.ni atreel Improvement* i xp. i ti d to be parti) financed b> the Issuance ol bonda during the budg. I year, maj %  Ideteil .1 -ins]projei I. ao, aJ all |n obosi .1 %  \t.-n0ns of Hi' Byatem, .in.i likewise all extensions of the aewei system. Such an appropriation i"' a dojrn payment sharlf not be required befon i In ll uani t ,,f bonda M rinance an) capital expenditure v. hlch iilil illicit in 8 Khali % %  TI'BE" PASSEDONL ear APPRO4AOE FOR DOWN PAY. j NO BONO ORDINANCE LEGAL NOTICi Section 24. SHORT PERIOD OF .(MM ATIONS: '" *"" l> '-'" uaja.hall ... rta|. •! PI.ilii %  •--•'-• provided I,I I IK.II.I this four i.ii an) i ,n in. have I.. .n ... ,i b) il",,n,i .ill laws; ..I sui h bond I,' I be ,I b) di pan fndttuii -.i i i i> pii • %  ,. thi taxi ,i.%  -il %  in j %  'i %  he ,!. %  !.,iled i ol the bud ARTICLE IV. BORROWING l-OR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS Hull I. I Icllllll I I 1111 f %  \ • II,. I I %  ; i 3. Power tu • i,.,i, I. bond I I quired i 8. Till,. ,.i liond O I 7. l-..iiii .in.l I u .. I comb v. ,. age period u ...: %  %  I %  •' i Il'l tlon afli I %  iiaui. 11. l.i. of llond 1 12. No I.. passed lion i 'x in.-I,I 1::. I low ni>. linn. ]4. .> antli Ipal Ion ..i I :-<:,.... Ma 1.".. t>th**r % %  111. Ai; bonds installment* IT. l-u-t .i,ii: Iment l \ I....%  annual Installmi 1''. I'.,,:. %  : v ninputed from date ••! i H :'" I' i of utiel jl 21, I ii*,,l mill.u, ,II ..1 ... ....! >i' usefuli %  22. I 'i-ii.riiiiii.il ion ,.i' C concluslxe i'::. Public sale I'I. Shol I pi i I."I Of linn' 2i. I'aymenl of Bonda and Notea Section 1. DEFINITIONS: \used In this i 'hartei. "< 'upital Proji cl oi "Project" meuns %  ii .my physical public betterment Ol Improvement .mil an) prellinlnur) studies .in.i surveya :,-, r, v .• iii Hi. acquisition ,,i proper!) ,.i ., p. i ni i nelll n.i' %  i and Hi.) %  %  ., • ..i i.i.,,,. nl f... an) public i..-i:. i in. ..• .-: II i -,,-., i Section 2. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS: FOR THE CITY AT LARGE; FOR DISTRICTS: REQUIREMENTS: .\< num.. ||IH I ordereil :• %  b) unanimous consi nl of I • i tinCli), but an; mun inpi ovelor any lsl by vote ol Coun, %  • ii,. %  i,, i..or%  : %  %  .,1. i-Hlld %  : Of III, I I emenl unless the -I-• llbil -I • HI-.li'l llll| shall have been approved b\ .nl ol the 1 .mi.. nil.shall solute, | %  • Of 111I'M. I'. Iissued bj the < ii -. foi IHst'rici improvi mi nts Bhal'l I only nil ..i ii,. i, levled and i inds lying a • hln i foi u l, %  I :in|in,\.iii, in .ii,made "i i ontem!•',.: Df the pi .11 bonds i. ini r %  i :'.. .1 ahd re". %  the III -i in I In. %  | • Section *. POWER TO INCUR INDEBTTQNESS BY ISSUING BONDS AND NOT[ 9 • I %  S ection 4. eON.D ORDINANCE: VOTE REQUIRCD: T • %  -..-:. Section 5. FORM AND CONTENT OF BOND ORDINANCE: A bond ID Of a I in: ..'' I ild |>pi -in :i uthoi %  ..I, ,,• II,,. indebtedness or boi .„,,.. ml in lids i 'hai ii-r, I) A latement of the estimated 1 < Section 8 FORM AND CONTENT: AVERAGE PERIOD OF USEFUL NESS: II ., i i more |in s.^i^n '3 DOWN PAYMENT NOT REQUIRED IN CERTAIN CASES %  • Section 9. PROCEDURE FOR PASSACt OF BOND ORDINANCES P L ti LICATION AFTER FINAL PASSAGE: i %  14, 1", .mil n ....... %  %  %  inn -. NOTICE %  in. nci i:, .\. %  %  i .ii, %  %  \ %  i I on 14 AUTHORIZATION OF NOTES IN ANTICIPATION OF BONDS: MATURITY e notes. V %  %  i Section 10. OTHtR PROCEEDINGS BY RESOLUTION: %  ed In thi e may hi %  the affn ma,rit) ..f Hi.. of 1 Section 16. ALL BONDS PAID IN ANNUAL INSTALLMENTS: All Issued ;.:r suanl to thla 'li.trlei shall Iscutlvi anone "i a In. I, shall be mon pvi entum %  ni %  %  mallesl i-i iu InsUllini Sect.on 17. FIRST ANNUAL IN| STALLMENT: : ii annual Inml lai • ni shall !„• paid more than Sect.on 10. REFERENDUM ON BOND ORDiNANULs %  :/...i by I ... ,. .i l>) ild < ii \ %  -.',.. Ii i ,i i ri %  iK.iiii'i I %  tlon; noi i-h.ill Hu, be ii 1 ,nu voting • provided in.,i ..Ii i. \. nue bonds whli h ha adopted the City I 1 irdlnai i,.ill i.. IIS --. .i %  %  i... b) i'i. for the pa) me : elf-s ln I %  'I' "' I• %  i to %  %  \ re ven ll, • %  int to the ,i .,1 • %  %  %  I upoi rily i n thi %  %  i %  I %  %  %  is r the neei 1 %  hen ..... %  %  %  %  %  Ii i" i ind notes, not nioi > ihan '.ftei • %  ,i •. ,.| i 'i.ii passuge .1 .,i ilinan, Ii virl thi Section 18. LAST ANNUAL INSTALLMENT: Tin i.il in. -i.illtt • lei Hi.ii, Mi. isefiilness • e. I for I I... i. I two • n 19. PERIOD OF USEFULNESS COMPUTED FROM DATE OF PASSAGE '""' "I tin Section ?0 PERIOD OF USEFULNESS I i-rell i I,.,i. ,,i %  tatemants of ;;;:,""..... neu m "". oi in the pi..i >s %  •! Illill >•' 1 '" '•• 0 | ,i, i. running ii„i ihe bonu. i o > ,,,.i in.. nv and ..il ill torevei thorj. lopped irosn r*m '"*• • i %  i ordinance ..I,, isi\el) |in ,-,.ii uai ,, i"> "" 'he ii.u i.-i i it,, valldlt) : !,, either .i part) pl.iintirf ,i. ii.i.mi exi epl in .i ... lion oi I 'dings ...in ,|. .1,IM,in of %  ... ,. ton 2b. PAYMENT OF BONDS AND NOTES: III. powei and ••l.ll, i,. pa) ..n> .<'"! all ,,.., ,i., id I,.-'. in i.-.in.-i issued be :,., ,.-, ahaU he v .,l. ,, „ i ,\. upon .ill taxaMs prop; •> i.., Hi. payment II • %  ,i"i inleiesl ii,,. III limitation ..f i I ii,,faith and i redtl >•' the ... pledged foi the paymenl ,,i,i ,.f tinintei ••-! "ii ,,H bonds and not< of ni It? her*,,,,., | ....in !,. i i.l' ii 'i lei ,., I,,.i such pledge b,stated ,., n the bond ,i ,..i ded in Sac, ., I-,,, i. %  tlon I-, Ing factor) ..ii ii..mi rays withillaml I'--i' i. may ll hereby il. lilt) in .thi ; • %  ,1 %  -,1 shall, in any •. ..j Hi. orders bonds .-I ICl %  r ll-' is tan tli ..'!• I bltants ... -.-.i for ARTICLE V. DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL Meill %  ap| nI It. \.,1 Iloai ,i— : |ef Kl Si \ I, •• ... %  i I. ii lea, -i I. I %  •-. I' ii. %  i eli %  i'i. Service B. ,, %  ,. ,.i presenl Km%  • i 'ondll Ion for pi s.tl ii ii-s III Clasalfli -I s,-i \ lea i i %  F 8ubp i ii.i. ri oductlon .'f i: da ll. Prohibitions, Penaltb \ olations of Pro* IN ..Hi.-~ I : Salai lea ,.f Cl* il 8ei \ ire I:. MI, l. its Kmployei in.: %  .'I 1 fled ll. r. ti. and Itel i'i ni. Relief I'lin.l. InsurPlan, a., ,-i-i.t, • .-f ne) ,.i prop. 11 \ f,.i -ii. ii IS. |.. :; ..I AP11,1 l-'ini.l, tdmlnlsl I: l-'ill.il i'.o Plan Rating! f, ,r \ • %  ,n^ i '• iit r.t ll. ads Section 1. MERIT BASIS OF POINTMENTS: I'll.ap nlmenl .. II '!,. A.l.i ma %  ertalnII bli i ..,,.,„ i. I .. .,11 ...|| ||||. %  Iherein :v IfK A, -r Section 2 CIVIL SERVICE BOARDNUMBER. APPOINTMENTS: ELECTION. REMOVAL -I %  • %  I'll hall b. I %  ipolnted I., il,. fit) nl North Ii i in shall I., for three '-.I b) ihe Pit) ..f \ :, ,11 Ii,. I I III" in. lii' the employees f N in M ni i latus .',... ,,,. Thai I lr,.in II servlc, ed I lb, |-.|„. Ihi other 'i'.in Hi.:. iimlnlng Ml ,.f ih,. ird -hall .., h ,,f fl ,. %  %  -> as Bjt. I DI .'I be -I i., i. CIVIl "HO: ^£SB • T %  II' %  PUBLIC SALEIU -.I in %  %  i.. the filled I,I UNru^pf^ 11 ""VICE BOa-tD: SFRVICE: n,? ^SSlF.rD LIOAL NOTICE fled and Classified Service T k lasslfled Servh-, M lmU ,„", h| The Ug. tal The heads of ,i i.iemlier of appoint lie i., 1 ", ,r ," n "". A.(..r..ey. Judge .,f Ul ,'' %  :.' "r il.l.-f of I'-.m-e. .hi.,' .,, V,'"" r| partment. and the Clh x %  „',.' '"%  '•','•• '-laa-lfl. -I H. -li.H," ,il positions in.i ..,„ ,|, "'"iprlsi b) this Charter In i„. Service There shall be i„ ,,:,."' 1 "" l -i fled Hervloe thre. as the Competitive i i petltlve CBBSSI, and i fi.ll.iws: Is I The Competltlvi i .,,,, i,..l.all positions ,,,, ;"' 'ni,,i trhloh it la prai il ,"" %  "'mine the merit and fil r i-atits b) competltlvi il The Non-competH shall consist oi ,ui |„,... '"" %  "I'" I ficatlong or a fecientlfic. „,.„ |.i .-!.-i..nal or -l IIII' '! i'J Ih, n.-i.'i. ga mi > be det. rules ..f the ih...ni (cl The lagkof Class shall bidaiti ordlgairi unaklHod labo %  '•ti Section S. CIVIL SERVICE OOARn POWERS AND DUTIES: CREATION OF RULESi The 1 i ,,? h?, the |...,-i an,I shall l„ ,,| [?.*• 111 Adopt, a m end %  ,, h.,,',' C f I ule~ an,I i ggubll uig for ihe Bssjointmenl ml emuloi in. nt In all positions u. • Si-rvi, e, based on merll hnrat'ter lid in. i %  I-.is. suspensions, ... ii..us f..r .-:iii-. I i ulea affe. tins; the resp. of appointments i haII in, 'nil.,.i ha ve si i.. the |.i..N iatona ..f .-. ,,f h usg (.') A,lv i.-.SJId -, and M.iiin in f,.Ht,.i In Instltutlong of l.-ai nlng i i,ii,l empsu)... ih. Improi .II, .in of pel a: dS ill tinMill., pa] ,:!> Advlee the Ciiui Hiyet ,.., in..i.l.n mtnlsti si Ion. III Make an) lm ii may ,-"ii ildlei di i im aamlnlal ration i Muni, ipal Ben i' •• and i "ii which • l,, Hi* ouncll an.i M each v • ai II lm llnj i ecommend > i loni %  i Heal app> employee In the i IMI.-, I. i %  ,i an.I report In \\ rtt.li II and Mi, i. .-.i,,i eudatloi Section 6. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD PROMOTIONS: I .. for promotion i ,i, i ini :.. -.i led .--.... %  • undu. i ami senloi section 7. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD; REMOVAL. SUSPENSION: REDUCTION; OF EMPLOYEES IN CLA8SIFIED SERVICE: (1) NOTICB: Th.. ; ;,.i in.in.-ni emplo) -,, ,\.nut .1 Hi. I lepai I .i II ha ve 1.1-1 1 Mid .yee with a wrltti .1 U. t-.K.-t h.-l \'. %  -, .1. .i. tail a-hall .Ii., : %  t.. explain th< l hu ,.K\ n ilefense. A r,.|.\ .-t liiH.-hatse UNEethei a the employee's exptanatlon, ii -hall be tiled with the Board v temponij employee who has BO permanenl utin ant ..tin i I iii ,i\ll seivlie rl!hii in.ntly, such an employee ma) b. tmried b) the I >e|ial tinelil lm. • : mlluillt ..|.]..al to the Civil Servl. i Hoard 12) OROUNDS FOR DISMISSAL, SUSPENSION AND DEMOTIONS: I he ti,ll..wing are t.i i onstltutl %  of duty anil to I"i--' .Is'or dismissal m suspensi.n f slfled Hervlce or groundi : tlon, though charaea ma) be buei ii|.n .aus.other than Ih. i imnirrited vi. that any %  is) has been convicted ol i crag* i,..I offeaas), M ..I a mlsdi pasjgrBs \..i .in: moral tui ultud. Ih) has I.. • n K in I' ^ of 1'iimonu .„ ,-i iiiim.il .,, i ii tun.tin, haigea •* %  •" %  \..lve.l in a rtmlnal i the Orand Jui Ihe employee o '' 'li • i> %  •--1 thai the heai iig l l "'"r! nt,.-,. %  .i s Ith hi %  ",""' -in h time as III.criminal I" iiim.it. .,• the 01 I... ,• %  f %  M ph) :. • u ,.f the i' il) ha I" %  • i. i. %  t .i : i pul.il • iki i Ity i i :.li uppropl II iliV Mir .mi ,11.1 I hall .i iii IM ,11 | In.s.n,,.. • %  %  .,t in the duties of I ".ii^etil *>• i. ,.,.i.l... or nrk'i' r .1 (ni) M-less or lies'



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Iliexwiislb-IEIIiDipidliiayn Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Number 6 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 5. 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS Jobeloff is New US Solicitor General: Be Counsel to Rich Client INRY W. LEVY legraphic Agancy Eisenhower has apDon E. Sabeloff Solid f the United States. lion, he will be ceunrichest and greatest world, the United nerica. He will be the representative in before the Supreme lawyer all his life. klolf will give distinct that has been held by many of the greatest lawyers M this nation's history. But to receive acclaim as a lawyer will be nothing new to him; he has achieved that in many legal battles, both as a public servant and as a private counsel. At a large dinner given to him, just prior to his assumption of the Maryland Chief Judgeship. the host—a satisfied lient—told the story of how some 20 years ago he was involved in some litigation with the government in which he was beaten by a young Federal. District Attorney. Right then and there, this businessman decided that his new attorney, once he came back to private practice, would be Simon Sobeloff. A few years ago. before Baltimore's Supreme Bench, the new Solicitor General made one of his infrequent appearances as a defense attorney in a criminal case. So skillfully did he handle the case that one of the hard-boiled court clerks was heard to say. after Sobeloff finished his crossContinuad on Pag* 13 A Will Call Egypt tefore Security Council Israel Foreign Ministry however, wanted to see the Israel-Syrian issue disposed of first by the Security Council. When the Soviet veto of the three power resolution affectively ended Council action on this issue, Jerusalem moved at once to seek redress on the complaint against Egypt. British Angered larael was not alone in its difficulties over the Egyptian blockade [ Angered members of Parliament raised the issue of free passage of. the Suez Canal this week in the House of Commons and were shocked to hear the admission of Selwyn Lloyd. Minister of State, that 40 British ships had either been delayed or turned back and their cargoes confiscated when they sought passage through the canal with cargo for Israel. Mr. Lloyd, rejecting suggestions that Britain raise the issue in direct talks with Egyptian dictator Gen. Mohammed Naguib, said it was for all the maritime powers to act in concert on this question. The British government, he said, was considering what international action it should take in the matter. There was no immediate confirmation of a report by the diplomatic correspondent of the London Evening News that Britain. France and the United States were to take concerted measures in the Security Council for action to compel Egypt to cease the blockade and open the Canal to all shipping. US to Back Israel The correspondent also reported that Britain was seeking talks with the United States on overall Middle East, ascribing some of Egypt's intransigance to the belief in Cairo that the United States was not supporting Britain in the dispute over the Canal Zone. Ambassador Eban, who conferred with State Department officials \ 1'IONS (JTA) — fainweek to bring the International authority 1 > pt for that counl I violation of the set n solution of Sep(i.ndemning Egypt's pping of free passage I..rial and its violation Egyptiaa armistice its blockade of Ispipping. Abba S. Eban. actions from Jerusalem, Security Council this |v "urgent consideraIsrael complaint Leslie Knox MunZealand. February the Council, was exnmon the Council inv li action had been ral weeks as Egypt exockade measures at i.il to apply not only lial materials but also [clothing and took acpnt any ships destined ill port of Eilat to pass '.ult of Akaba. The Jvlgt Slaea S aaafeff .."Ma* %  % % %  < cithtn' American Society: Confirmed on Page 14 A Form Group Of Friends For Israel WASHINGTON (JTA)— Election of Gov.Theodore R. McKeldin of Maryland as president of the newlyformed America-Israel Society, and of E. Joseph Donohue as chair man of its Board of Governors was announced this week. The society was organized at a founder's dinner at the Executive Mansion at Annapolis. Mr. Donohue. former president of the Board of Commissioners of the District of Columbia, will be the active head of the society, which will have national headquarters in Washington. Election of the two leaders was by a telegraphic poll of the founders of the society, who include national leaders in fields of religion, politics, education, literature and art, and busContinued on Page 14 A Shown discussing proposals which will merge the 70-year-old Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society and United Service For New Americans are (left to right* Walter H. Bieringer, of Boston, president of USNA; Edwin Rosenberg, who led discussions on the proposed merger; and Ben Touster, president of HIAS. Agree to Merge Services Of Migration Groups NEW YORK (JTA) — Agreement for merger of the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS) and the United Service for New Americans I OJSNAl into a new organization to be known as the United HIAS Service, was announced here this week.' The new organization will also take over the overseas migration serv-| ices of the Joint Distribution Committee. The development, one of the most significant in American Jewish organizational life in recent years, was announced at a press conference held at the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. Edwin Rosenberg. New York communal leader, who initiated the merger discussions 16 months ago. revealed that the Board of Directors of HIAS and the Executive Committee of USNA had unanimously accepted joint i proposals by conferees of both organizations in conjunction with representatives of JDC and the National Council of Jewish Women. Unified Fund Raising Actual technical details of the merger remain to be worked out. and Rosenberg disclosed that the [ legal aspects of the merger are i expected to be completed by next | June. HIAS. 70-year-old immigraI tion service, covers its present budget of about $2,000,000 by con', tributions from its membership : and by grants from welfare funds : throughout the country The approximately $500,000 budget of I USNA. the major resettlement i agencv in the United States, and :the estimated $1,500,000 budget of the JDC's migration service are covered by allocations from the United Jewish Appeal. For 1955. the new organization will be expected to develop a unified plan of fund raising to cover its budget Meanwhile, the agencies will continue to be financed as at pre>ent Arthur Greenleigh. executive director of USNA. and Dr. Arthur T Jacobs, executive director of HIAS. have been directed to work out the organizational and structural problems of the new agency. The unified agency will become operative. Rosenberg said, "when all legal, procedural and operational problems are worked out." The agreement specifies that HIAS and USNA. consolidate in the new agency all their respective functions and services including Continued on Page 13 A Ask for Reparations Promise Shochet. publisher of h Floridian, photojut the door of a giant isoceanic clipper imbefore taking off York last week on iding tour of larael. NEW YORK (JTA) Extension to Eastern Germany of Western Germany's Jewish reparations agreement and of all restitution and indemnification laws now op erative in Western Germany. WU asked this week by the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany. „ Letters signed by Dr. Nahum Goldmann. president ol the conference, were delivered in Berlin to John Foster Dulles. US Secretary of State. Anthony Eden. Brit ish Foreign Secretary, and Georges Bidault. French Foreign Minister, setting forth the Jewish claims Tne conference, representing the major Jewish organizations in the. 1 free world, negotiated jointly with the Israel Government the $822.j 000.000 reparations settlement with 1 the Federal German Republic The letter listed the following demands of the conference: That all obligations undertaken by the West German Government: to redress wrongs committed under the Nazis shall remain in ef-1 feet until fully discharged. Th obligations hate been defined in a series of international document! which include an agreement between the State of Israel and West Germany, and between the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany and West Germany, signed in Luxemberg September 10. 1952. That the agreement between the \V,-t German Government, the State of Israel, and the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against! Germany should cover both the West and East zones. This would necessitate financial adjustment, because the $822,000,000 settle ment involves the financial obligation of Western Germany alone.: Extension to the Soviet-controlled zone of Germany of all legislative measures to indemnify andj compensate Hitler's victims now in Continued on Page 13 A UN Suggests Minority Study Be Undertaken UNITED NATIONS (JTA)—The : Subccmmission on Prevention of ; Discrimination and Protection of Minorities adopted a three-part resolution this week recommending a study of the present position of i minorities throughout the world and also recommending that facts concerning minorities be included in two separate proposed studies on discrimination in the fields of education and employment. Part A of the resolution requests the Commission on Human Rights to recommend to the Economic and Social Council the appointment of an expert to carry out a "selective'" study giving an account of the position ol "every minority in need of special protection measures," including a description of the present measures in force. Part B of the resolution requests the rapporteur on discrimination in education "to report on any facts that may come to his attention relevant to the question of the general trend and development of legislation and practices with regard to the teaching of minorities languages, the teaching of the cultural heritage of minorities in general, and the teaching in minority Continued on Page 14 A



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mmAY FEBRUARY 5. 19S4 m laM#ft n^rtrU^tl PAGE S GLOBAL SHORTS Egyptians to Release Israel Beef Seized at Suex Conal TEl. AVIV (JTA) — The Egyptians have decided to release the M rgo of kosher beef destined for uyael which they remold from ,be Italian freight*Franca ttatfa it Port Said several months ago, was learned here. The "vessel, which put into Haifa with another cargo of meat, will turn about and proceed to Port Said, on the Mediterranean end of the Suez Canal, to pick up the confiscated shipment. Bonk of America Grants Loan to Jewish State JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israel has ohtained a short-term loan from the Bank of America to cover a number of other short-term obligations which fall due this year, PinchaSaphir, director general of the Israel Finance Ministry, revealed here upon his return from a visit to the United States. Mr. Saphir refused to reveal any details of the loan. Court of Appeals and the first Jew ever to fill that post, was announced here by White House spokesman. As Solicitor General. Judge Sobeloff will be the Government's representative in all litigation pending before the Supreme Court. WJC Urges Educational Memorials to Ghetto Fighters NEW YORK (JTA) — To mark the Eleventh Anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising on April 30th, the World Jewish Congress has issued a call to its affiliated organizations and Jewish communities in 65 nations to launch a major project of enduring educational or cultural values that will perpetuate the traditions of Judaism. ,. Israel Informs US of Interest in Berlin Parley WASHINGTON (JTA) — The Is-' rael Embassy has communicated with the Department of State con-' cerning Israel's vital interest in the Big Four meeting at Berlin. I Israel informed American officials of the situation involving its claims j agaiq'st F.ast Germany, .which ha*' rejectlk,all approaches fo the res titufigfl JUP>1OII The American Government wA advhted. too. that ; Israel is counting on the continued i operation of the restitution treaty with the Bonn Government. Zionists Warn Government Against Arming Arab Nations The "Leg CLEVELAND (JTA) — The Zionist Organization of America's Distribution of Anti-Semitic Literature to Legion Attacked NEW YORK (JTA) — Sixty Americanism Committee chairmen of American Legion posts in New York State were warned against the distribution of anti-Semitic publications to American Legion posts at a meeting here. Martin B. McKneally, state chairman of ion's Americanism Committee, told the meeting that antiSemitic literature was being mail rfctionaT*AdmlnJ*tru>e" Council I •*.*• %  in addre ? 1 in V"* 0 "New endorsed a statement by ZOA pre*Jersev "It is appalling that Legion posts are being circularized with this material. We stand for the idem Irving Miller warning the United State of a "disastrous blunder'' which would "undermine the major objectives of American policy" in the Middle East, if It were to arms Arab states hostile to Isexact opposite of what is published in these anti-Semitic tracts," he said, urging the posts to destroy the materiel as soon at it Military Expert Sees Israel Population of 2,000,000 LONDON (JTA) — Israel will have to support a population of two million by 1960. Liet. Gen. H. IG. Martin, military correspondent I of the London Daily Telegraph, I said here in a dispatch to that paper. Gen. Martin, who is touring the Middle East, warned that uni less Israel can plough more acres, it will have to import 80 percent of its food in 1960 to support its two million population. Eisenhower Budget Provides Economic Aid for Israel WASHINGTON (JTA) — Presi dent Eisenhower revealed this week the contents of the United States budget for the fiscal year of 1955 announcing that "with respect to the Near East, the budget provides for helping relieve the plight of Arab refugees through contributions to the United Nations Refugee Agency, and for technical assistance and)supplementary economic development in the Arab states, Israef and Iran." One Hundred Jewish DP Families Settle in Argentina BUENOS AIRES (JTA) — One hundred Jewish families from the Foehrenwald camp will be admitted into the Argentine for permanent settlement during the next three months by decision of President,. J^an, D„ Peron, Gen. Peron tol'l a Jewish delegation which included Dr. Henry Shoshkcs, representing MAS, and Dr. Ezequiel Zabotinsky, head of the Jewish Peronist organization, that he was "haDDy to contribute to the ending of the shameful and tragic epoch ot the camps in Germany." Beaumont Recital Slates Three Sonatas Monday • Eugene Dubois, violinist, and Jeffrey Stoll, pianist, will present on Monday evening, February 8th, 8:30 p.m.. the sixth program in this year's series of Beaumont Hail recitals planned by the University of Miami School of Music. Three violin .and piano sonatas by Johannes Brahms, Ludwig van Bethoven and Cesar Fr-anck have been chosen. rael Rabbi Miller also pointed out ^ eht s them that the "announced policy of the American Government to win ArDflroff Renamed Chairman ab friendship under the slogan of impartiality has been followed, significantly, by manifestations of ev er greater hostility toward Israef and increased tension." Of UJA Campaign Cabinet NEW YORK (JTA) — Samuel H. Daroff, prominent Philadelphia industrialist and philanthropic leader, has agreed to serve for a second successive term as chairman of the National Campaign Cabinet of the United Jewish Appeal, it was announced by Edward M. M. lurg, general chairman of the Daroff will assume his post See Early Senate Approval of Judge Sobeloff Appointment WASHINGTON (JTA) — The Senate is expected to give speedy confirmation to the appointment of i Simon E. Sobeloff as Solicitor Gen"W


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inY rrRRUARY 5, 1954 +Jeist ntwktinn PAGE 13 A IGE SOBELOFF WILL BE COUNSEL TO RICH CLIENT I continued from Paga 1 jnation: -Von couldn't realHell who the defendant was Ju( |,.,. Sobeloff a public career b( ,,.„ closely interrelated with J, of Maryland's chief execute Governor Theodore RooseE'IfcKeldin, who thinks of him %  •high minded citizen of Liability—a great lawyer." In ,j r younger days, both men associated with former v 0r William F. Broening of %  jimore, who died only a month w a go Sobeloff as advisor later in the City Solicitor's rP and McKcldin as secretary %  the Mayor. Later, when McKelbecame Mayor and Governor Baltimore Judge Sobeloff was | doses) personal advisor. loth iln Governor and the new hcitor General are native Balhorr.inpoor boys whose suestorii are so much a part I the American pattern. McKeli r was a cop; Sobeloff's upholsterer Both were born iBaltiniori'. sons of immigrants. Ln have lone credit to Amer|\< traditional "open-door" pol now. unfortunately threat U. The paths of the two men. who %  collaborated on so many imrtanl i'' ressive steps in the Itory of the Free State, had its pnnings in ;i summer job in Broenin law office that paid 12-year Id Sobeloff $1.50 a ck 01 this job, the judge kghini;!\ says: f-Th.it Ur-\ Mimmer I worked •l i lawyers, and got a dollar a h.ili 75 eents from each The following summer, I got ettcr paying job; there were three men in the office I Iked, "iid my salary was to be week But I never did quite Ihe i2 Each paid me 66 cents; ver could Ret anyone to give he odd pennies that would an even two dollars |II after looking back on a legal er that made him one of the pal earners in the profession. ell aone of the state's most rcted hamsters, the fjhief of the Slates highest eourt, now Solicitor General of the fed States. Simon Sobeloff may feel that it was worth the exence. For soon thereafter, he pol it is as a boy orator. One ch. delivered in the 1907 Maypty campaign was heard by pessman John Kronmiller, i was so i iii pressed that he gave pg Simon his first political apnent. as a page boy in the fee of Representatives. Fm then on his rise was court bailiff, secretary to a assistant city solicitor, depl> solicitor. Chief Judge, and "tor General. But Sobeloff's ?. until he became Chief Judge, fcl more on his role of adto three Mayors and GoverMcKeldin rather than as an t holder in his own right. The whom the Baltimore Sun has fcribed first minister in GovF McKi klin's cabinet" has disfed a genius for both political and -tatesmanlike reality. nd never was it more apparent in hiposition during the 18 Ithhe served as chairman of KommNsion n Reorganization [the State of Maryland, a work f" na 'been universally accep '** a monumental achievement. Maryland, like most states, has been burdened with a cumbersome governmental structure, and a complicated and ill-defined line of authority between departments and branches of the government. Not unusual, this has been the result! of growing pains, and the unplanned efforts of successive state legislatures to meet each new problem and crisis with specific legislation A real overhauling of the state structure was needed, had been needed for many years. Attempts had previously been made by other commissions But good as these surveys were, they were cut to pieces by politicians and special pleading groups as they came up for approval in the State Legislature. All this Simon Sobeloff knew As the Commissioned 14men. and their technical experts, popularly known as the Sobeloff Commission, set about reorganizing the Governor's office, the State Budget, the Department of Public Works and Buildings, the State Personnel setup, the Educational Administration, the Health and Welfare Ad ministration and other aspects of state government, there concurrently was developed a program to "sell 7 the plan to the community. An advisory Committee of 78 members was appointed, regular conferences were held with legislative leaders, regional meeting! Agree to Merge Services of Migration Organizations; MAS. USNA Will Unite tive Council. ind then the Legislature approved, and the state elec Continued from P9 1 A duplication and overlapping in op torate ratified last November, a I erations here, in Europe and in new type of budget sponsored by immigration, resettlement and na-1 L^tin America and would provide the Sobeloff Commission. It is turalization. The transfer by JDC I a more effective and flexible miknown as the performance budget of i,s migration activities to the 1 and differs from the line-item ncw organization does not affect budget It is expected to improve ,he JDCs normal relief and rehafiscal efficiency and result in the bihtation program in Europe, the taxpayer getting more for his tax Moslem countries and Israel, dollar Satisfaction over conclusion of The odds were against the adopthe agreement was expressed by tion of the new budget system; but i B n To s ter. president of HIAS. in the end, the necessary constituand bv Walter Bieringer. president tional amendment went through so: o f USNA who participated in the smoothly that people hardly remembered what a great achievement it was. When Simon Sobeloff became Chief Judge, he stepped down from the chairmanship of the Commission with the acclaim of the press and the public for a job well done. He also relinquished two city posts he had held under gration service. It was also stressed that the consolidation would "eliminate multiple and competing representations to governmental and intergovernmental agencies all over the world which complicate our relationships at a time when we need the most effective liaison possible." Rosenberg also pointed out that conference with Rosenberg, H L. j one un jf ieo centralized migration Lune. executive director of the j agency • t0 deal with the problems Council of Jewish Federations and; of tne homeless, persecuted and Welfare Funds, said the merger uproo ted Jews wherever in the would be welcomed with great enj world t hey may be," would serve to "eliminate the confusion now experienced by the migrants overseas and by their sponsors in the United States and in other counthusiasm by the members of the council. Improve Services Rosenberg declared that for sev the Democratic administration. eral y ars ." such consolidation of tries as a resu)l of multiple regisSpecial Counsel to the Mayor on Jewish services has been urged by (traUons an d competing service Labor Affairs and General Counsel executives in intergovernmental. mission. force in the area of Western Germany and in the Western zone of Berlin. This would also apply to legisla. tion now pending in the West Gerwere held with both the Advisory ( man Par i iamentpaS sage of which Committee and the State legislawas pledge(1 by the West German tors and a widespread interpretive I Governmcnt j n its agreement with program through press, radio, tele-, the Con ference. The major pro%  ISST 1 !— TM."?. 'S; Gables Zionist District abroad. We are fully convinced "po Hear Report that the sooner this consolidation, „. ,. _. ... can be achieved, the better it will! Coral Gables Zionist District w. I be for those to whom we have a "* on Thursday evening, Febru responsibility ary 11th. 8:1a p.m.. at the Coral In response to questions. Rosenj Gables Jewish tenter, berg said the merger should effect economies in the migration Reparations Promise Asked at Berlin Continued from Pagt 1 A Mr. and Mis Abe Hurewilz. Mr and Mrs. Morris Simon and J. Ga field and should also provide bet bin. delegates to the Southeast Re ter and more efficient service for! gion ZOA meeting held in Tampa vision, women's and business clubs was developed. Sobeloff knew that a plan that wasn't accepted by the legislature would be just another theoretical presentation of the ideal state government; so. as his Commission, and their advisors, developed the reports on the various aspects of state government, it was Sobeloff, himself, who steered a middle course between Utopia and realistic acceptance As a member of the Advisory Committee of the Commission, I had, the privilege of intimately observing the tactful dip 'lomacy and sagacity whit which the Commission chairman by-passed troublesome minor points without compromising basic improvements. It was thus that first the Legisla the Jewish migrant and the Jewish community. Both Toaster and Bieringer agreed with Rosenberg that the consolidation will eliminate much last week, will report on the conference. Also scheduled is the showing .t Behind The Blockade, a featurefilm produced in Israel. visions of the legislative agreement affecting Nazi persecutees of all faiths are also contained in the Contractual Agreement signed by the Foreign Ministers of the United Kingdom. France and the United States and Chancellor Adenauer on May 26. 1952. Dr. Goldmann, in his letter to the three foreign ministers, pointed out that the Soviet zone has "no legislation in any way approximating the scope and the nature of the restitution and compensation laws now in effect in the Bonnruled areas." Ho also called attention to the faet that the Bast German Government has as yet undertaken no obligation to the State of Israel. W^W-'W^V* r'WW-WV. I I On Television Station WTY.I i This Sunday, February 7th—12:00 Noon j "ET LIVNOT" Musical Cantata presented by the students of THE HEBREW ACADEMY At Our Sixth Annual Dinner II II '.: ii ii M ll Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz. president of the Hebrew Academy Women, points to a chart depicting progress o the sixth annual pictorial journal ol the Miami Beach school Looking on during a luncheon held last week at the Sterling Hotel are (left to right) Mrs. Jerry Sussman. Herman Eisenberg Mrs. Irvinq Firtel and Samuel Reinhard. Mrs. Sussman and Mrs Futel are co-chairmen of the Journal Committee Reinhard is head of the men's Coordinating C^ iM ~ and €I ^^ n r J? executive director of the Academy More than SlMMm advertisements already have been sold of a goal of S30.0OO. // For Dttaila Writ*: HARRY and HERMAN POPKIN SUNDERS and DIRECTORS >U Rock Sprin 9i C t., N.I. 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M heno s.,„„, w „. i:.mit-„f.w,v I -i.i paint : safe LEGAL NOTICE 1 ^ *l-52.|a „ f "•* KW' '%  "'iie We.terlv alongr -aid South line 15 27 f,. ,,, the hMHi line of the NWi of the si:', "i the N.:.. „f ,i„ JiVVt n 21-..2-42; theme Soullu along KahI Hunt hue to the LEGAL NOTICE oi I) '" f 'I"' NWi, i.f" the si:"'", ot'the' Ni--'. of the. sw. of s.-.ti.,,, :.,.,. 4^. thence Wyateriy along ,,! %  s,,„,h line (o the Kaat line of the MK 1 .,r tke SW. of the Ni:i. „, ,i,e HM %  of Koctlon 2l-:.2-42, KHi.l Una being a lo' h -". sl 1 '-"I -I. Amended I "lut of it. K. McDonald Bubdlvlklou ai.-oriling to the plat thereof le.oiili-d In plat hook 2. at l.aue U of ihe 1'i.biie Becordi ,,t i..,,,e County, Honda; theme Southern alongMid Kaat line to the North line of la* 2_M. aforeaald aubdlvlgiun thence Solithweeterly along t)„. Baal line of ls,i M, gforeaald ul.divUion 8S7.4S feet to the South line of Lot 2x, afornanld aul..li\i ,, heing alao the North line of (he B' of the S'i, of the S' of Section .;?" 42 'hence Kaaterly along sal.I North line to the Ka H t line of the HH of Ihe SW, of the SI-:', ,,t Se< tlon 21-.",*-42. thence Southerly along the Maul Baal line to the Smith line of se.-tion :i-:,2-i2. thence Weateih along -.ml South line to the (Veal line of Section tl-62-42; which la the point of lieginnmg liegln at a iiiilnt on the South line of the NN i, of Section I'.-.".2-12. 400 feet Went of the renter of hfectlon I5..-.2-42; thence Northerh an,I R i.nillel to the Knt Hue of the W, of BeC. l"i-i2-42 to the South Itight-oi W„> line of Stale Road No IM; thence Kaatei-iy along wild South Rlghl-of-Wa.v line lllo fee^ thence Smiiheiiy and na/l-iillel 10 lile Kaat line of the NWV of Sil„.'.2-42 to a point no feet North of the South line of the NVV' t of See. I ,-",2-42; thence l'--ipterly and parallel t,, the Smith line-of the NWI, of See IS-it't! to the West Hank of the Oleta Klver: thence South Westerly and meandering .with uleta River to a |Kilnt on the 'Northwenterly 4iank of Mid river 400 feet Weal of the Kaat line of the S"W, of s.-. 15-.*i2-42. thence Northerly and parallel to Ihe aald Kaat line of the BWli to the South line of the NWi, of Section l.-,-:,2-42 and the point of beginning. DISTRICT 2: llegln at the Southeaat corner of Section 17. TI.WM-.IIIO :,:• south, Range 42 But, run Weaterly along Ihe South line of aald Sec. iT-SZ-tl to the Weat line of the K', of the ws of sec 17-..2-42: thence Northerly along aahl Weat line to the North line of the 8M of Hie NM of S'.e 1 7-a2-l2.. thence Kaaterly along aald North line lo the Weal line of Hi. EH of the NWI* of the NEW of Sec. 17-,212; thence No, later!} along aal.l Weal line ami continuing along the Weal line of Die Sl-;i, of the SW, of the SK', of Section K-52-42 to the South line of the NW 4 of [he s\\>, of the si:', of s.-,x-:.;-42; then,.K.a-terH gloni the North line of the S', of Ihe S'_. of the s'n of Section s-"2-42 andj See. ;. .-,2-12 lo the Kaat line of the^ WH of Section :i-.2-42: thence Southerly along the Kaat Hue of tlie W'a of Section '..-:,2-42 and S.-e 111. .'.2-42 to Ihe center of Bee it-8242; thence Southwesterly along the center line Of I'Ule Highway to the Southeast corner of See. I7-M-4S; w'hich l the |>olnt of beginning. DISTRICT S: Begin at the renter of Her. a-.2-42. thence run Southerly along: the Kaat line of the