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The Jewish Floridian ( February 12, 1954 )

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l^wiisltUEIIiDiriidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and tHEJEWftfWEHttY HUME28 Number 7 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 12. 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS rs. Roosevelt To Appear Here Thursday Eve [Rabbi Miller Speak at JGM Function libbi Irving Miner, president of [Zionist Organization of Ameriind one of the country's bcstnrn Jewi>h li aderm, will be prinIspeaker ;ii the General Mobilon rally of the Combined JewI Appeal on Thursday, February Rh. Miller will share the plati with Mr-Eleanor Roosevelt ikelp launch the Combined Jewi Appeal throughout Dade Counr at the kick>>ff meeting in the Di i Hotel. Campaign chairman Aaron M. er has announced that Rabbi filler will describe his recent trip i Israel when he participated in lant discu sions with Israel's leadership In their conferthey appraised the young 1*1 immediate problems in the ot* housinu. border tensions relief and medical programs br the tin I newcomers to i infant di n icy. Dipiitancfrom the Greater Miarea in the fields of governent. religion, welfare'and educawill act as a reception comee to welcome Rabbi Miller bnd Mrs. Roosevi it and to express Will Set Stage for CJA General Mobilization Mrl. Eleanor Roosevelt An all time peak of community excitement will be'reached Thursday evening, February 18th, 8:15 p.m., with the appearance on the same program of Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt and Rabbi Irving Miller at the General Mobilization kickoff of the Combined Jewish Appeal. The two personalities — one devoted to the quest for world peace and the other, to the vision of a strong and healthy Israel — will help set the stage for the opening of the CJA community drive in his division. The big rally at the Di Lido Hotel is expected to attract a capacity audience in the Cotillion Room, which accommodates 1,000 persons. Some tickets are still available at the offices of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, it was announced this week. February 18th through 25th will nark the opening o; CJA Week, a >eriod set by official proclamation >f 20 mayors in the Dade County rea. They have urged everyone o participate generously in "the one united drive, which serves 54 vital causes". Carl Welnklc. president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will head a committee of local dignitaries to greet Mrs. Roosevelt and Rabbi Miller at the rally. General campaign chairman Aaron M. Kanner will outline General Mobilization plans for soliciting all Jewish families in the nine areas of Dade County. He will also announce division quotas assigned to major campaign units. The 1954 campaign goal is $1,491,806. which represents the requirements of a host of overseas, national and Greater Miami acencies which serve this community. Much has been written about Mrs. Roosevelt, guest of honor at 1,500 Volunteers Expected to Take Part in Area Campaign [ %  %  oboi Irving Miller |Kmunitys appreciation for lent/? Selfl h ***** to the lET m ,U f ,hc 1954 Compried jew^h Appeal. iWS %  M i "*' r is a no,ed P ul P il en w':;""" k r -PP~ri.il frehram such ""tionwide proFtaS A, l' m,,works Messa e IspintuaT %  "V P^, '• Sen, • hc is ,hc K Sk. f Srael w ^niere. \^Ztt Ah nm9ot bbi h^n, J\':; %  ,,under an < --st c nmss p '' Am rtCM Jewish VSSL M iller was ,ne US h01ce f Congress l a lelegaJ^ ,1 accessor. He was |of theV* [;; h fading session \ntC T '" ''^cutive comI^S 1 "^'!., Rabbi MilI" W m '' %  threatened l ^'i', i r' ; '' n ; ( < '^o S tora."%,: ;';•• %  •<•. Rabbi ""ember of the National ^"• %  niiod on P^. dA Greater Miami Jewry is poised to launch their "biggest, far-reaching philanthropic effort in community-history" 'o meet the needs of 54 world-wide agencies. A gigantic rally on Thursday evening, February 18th, at the Di Lido Hotel will mark the official kickoff of the Combined Jewish Appeal General Mobilization Divi-nm, in which some 1.500 volunteer workers are expected to participate, according to Fred K. Shochet, GM chairman. Community phase of the humanitarian drive will be conducted by nine major area chairmen. They will direct the energies of a vast outpouring of workers assigned to cover every section of Dade County, Shochet explained. Selected as co-chairmen to lead the huge General Mobilization drive are Mrs. Irene Becker and Mrs. William Kneapler. Hialeah;' Stanley C. Myers. Coral Gables;; Irving Lax, Flagler-Granada; Mrs. j Fred Blank. North Dade; Louis Wallace and Jacob Plitt, North Miami Beach; George Chertkof, Miami; George J. Talianoff, Miami Beach; Sidney Peckett, South Mi ami Homestead; and Nelson S. Chaplin, West Miami. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt and Rabbi Irving Miller will occupy the spotlight at the February 18th event. "I am sure that this inspira tional meeting, coming as it does i when we dedicate ourselves to the Bi-Partisan Move to Halt Sending Arms WASHINGTON (JTA) — A bipartisan move was launched In Congress last weekend for a petition from members of both Houses to the State Department asking it to halt any proposed shipment of arms to Saudi Arabia, it was learn ed here. The petition is expected to cite the recent demand by King Saud of Saudi Arabia that the Arab states undertake to wipe out Israel. even to the extent of sacrificing 10,000.000 Arab lives. Loula Lipsky, president of the American Zionist Council, confer red here for an hour with Henry A. Byroade, Assistant Secretary of State for Middle Eastern Affairs. Mr. Lipsky told Mwamen the talks ranged over "the general situation in the-Middle East." He was acContinuod on Page '$ A success of the 1954 campaign, will instill our volunteers with the will, devotion and vitality to surpass all *9*^" previous records established by the community division." said Kan ner. He pointed out that the 1954 goal of $1,491,806 was "the realistic, rock-bottom figure required to maintain the CJA's 54 benefici ary agencies, and urged everyone to heed the battle-cry of this year's campaign. Give More In '54. President of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Carl Weinkle. called the CJA drive "first priority of your philanthropic giving" and predicted an upswing in contributions by this area's 60,000 Jews. "This critical campaign is a test of Greater Miami's philanthropic maturity,"' said Weinkle. as he outlined the current drama unfolding in Israel and in our own community. "There are still dramatic needs to be met right here in Miami, as well as in Israel, in the Middle East and in Europe. And these needs will continue so long as we have aspirations for ourselves and for our fellow Jews, so long as there are needy and sick. "And drama continues in Israel, too, where the state is revitalizing humans no other nation wanted and restoring them to active, useful lives." Calling for greater understanding of the challenge facing the community in the 1954 campaign. Shochet said: "Let us recognize our obligations here at home, to America, to our people in Europe and North Africa, to Israel, to humanity generally, as truly dependent one upon the other. Let us build, with understanding and pride, a stronger self respecting American Jewry. Let us meet our obligation to our children and youth, to our sick, to our aged, on a level of decency and dignity. "Let us bring to the survivors Continued on Pago 6 A Acron Konner the February 18th meeting. On December 19. 1945. she was appointed by former President Truman to the United States delegation at the L'N General Assembly. In 1946, she was unanimously elected chairman of the Commission on Human Rights of UNESCO. When she left for her first UN meeting, Mrs. Roosevelt wrote in My Day: "Some things I can take to the first meeting — a sincere desire to understand the problems of the rest of the world and our relationship to them; a real good will for all the peoples throughout the world; a hope that I shall be able to build a sense of personal trust and friendship with my co-workers, for without that type of understanding our work would be doubly difficult." Readers of My Day have been able to follow the progress of the drafting of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Mrs. Roosevelt has proposed that the declaration emphasize "personal rights, such as freedom of speech, information, religion and rights of property; procedural rights, such as safeguards for persons accused of crime; social rights, such as the right to employment and social security and the right to enjoy minimum standards of economic, social and cultural well-being; political rights, such as the right to citizenship and the right of citizens to participate in their government Mrs Roosevelt was chairman of the H iman Rights Commi--Continuod on Pago 6 A



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Y> PAGE 1 A gajrfJBffiftfaa FRIDAY. FEBRTlAnv ,.I Suez Issue May Put UN Into Doldrums By JTA UNITED NATIONS—The opening of Security Council considers tion of Israel's complaint against Egypt over its blockade of Israelibound shipping -flSe j^bpptisj %  week to predicfijBJpif'l N obsi r\ ITS that hamHmjf of this I-MV WOllld set a new Council record for procrastination and delay. When Council President L Knox Munro rapped his gavel last Thursday afternoon and summoned the Council into session, he gave J Arabs far more of a victory than "on requested *.submit •i supthey had had any hopes ol achieveporting %  ~ !" dun. The Sovlel lng : and established condiUons Lnioo and Nationalist China, how which may plague the Council ever, stronglj support* the u 9'ntfA throughout its entire effort to setbanese move. tie the blockade issue jejs** (Henry r. -si in vi in the was the surprise fiiin %  '" %  plaint by Egypt chargi I with armistice \ iolations in the El Auja demilitarized i mi %  A consideration bj h %  Council Thi complaint made to the Council last <><• %  ut the "urgency" did not ai the signal for a procedural wrangle until less than 24 hours before th Denmark announced it would at eiusidjf < f T2>' 9nvi '"•'" the Wreiula. nut 1 !" !na" the items should be dealt with in turn and not tog Iht r with the two Israeli items i. Ilowed by a third containe Egyptian complaint. The United states position was supported by Brazil and Colombii that indicated progress in this case at a rate that would make the Council's interminable 16-week delay on the Bnot Yaakov dispute seem like a whirlwind. For two and a half hours Thursday, the representatives of the 11 nations members of the Council wrangled, scolded and orated on the question of the agenda for the day. And when they had ended their wrangle and adopted their agenda, they discovered that it was too late to proceed to "substantive'' matters and adjourned. Arab Strategy The Arabs, sparked by the wily Dr. Charles Malik of Lebanon a past master of diplomatic double talk, had been expected to do their utmost to stall for time and delay action by the Council. It had been assumed that Bey would be aided in large part by the apparent reluctance of Britain and the I I States to force the issue and embarrass Egypt at tintime Britain because oi her own critical negotiations with Egypt and the I nited Statetx c iuse it did not want to take an anti-Arab position at a tune when the State Department was trying so hard to woo I tians. The end ol the wrangle came when the United States proposed a "compromise" which gave the scheduled hearing "i the I blockade charges. The Egypti in deli jate asked that this complaint be placed on the same agenda as th<' Israeli complaint against Egypt Among the •violation-'' claimed by Egypt were the entrance oi l raeli armed loneinto the demilitarized zone and establishment by l-rael of settlements in the demilitarized zone. The i.-rael delegation, in a letter to the presidi nt of the Council, offered information on the Egyptian complaint "which the Egyptian delegation in its diversionary maneuver has distorted or sup pressed This pointed out that the Israeli-Egyptian .Mixed Armistice Commission had alreadj rejected the Egyptian complaint over establishment "i an Israeli village in the El Auja district Simultaneous Discussion When the Council met and considered its agenda. Mr ht inclusion of the Egyptian item so that the two different as pen. of the Palestine Questi in would be considered simultaneously. li'. move was strong!) opi j Britain and France, with the former proposing that the Israeli complaint be adopted at th< .. with the Egyptian complaint sub-item and the Egyptian delegaon the United stateproposal France a-keil for guarantees pre venting simultaneous consideration of the two items if both were to appear on the agenda ol each meeting. The French delegate warned that to "confuse" the two items would be contrary to the tradition of the Security Council. l'he question of guarantees evoked a blast from Andrei V. Vishinsky, Soviet delegate, who charged that "special rules of proci dure" were being sought for the Palestine question, President Munro -aid he did not know if he had the power to give guarantees, but should the American proposal be adopted, be would keep discussion to the point of the agenda and would call any speaker to order vv ho went beyond the "boundof relevance,' The American proposal was earned after the Lebanese move had been withdrawn in its favor and the Council adjourned without even haviiie. heard a statement of the Israeli complaint against Egypt.' But lurther discussion on the a i n da was expected before Israel Ambassador Abba Eba was permitted to present hi10,000-word indictment of Egypt. The Danish delegate noted that although he had abstained from voting on inclusion of Continued on Page 11 A Silver has been a teacher] South Baach Elemen tary the Nautilus School and i cently a member „ f lhe Beach Junior Senior High He lives with hiwife. Belli daughters. DeVera CetflJ Robin Candyce, Vitf ^ j Avenue, Treasur, U\ m ] Bay Village. NO SALT but what fkyl Herbert Siher Silver to be Treasure Island School Principal Herbert Silver habeen appointed by the Dade County Board of Public Instruction as principal of the Treasure Island Elementary School now under construction. Silver is a graduate of the Maryland State Teachers College at Towson, where he received his teaching certificate. After teaching in Baltimore public schools, he attended the University of Maryland. where he matriculated %  lur the Bachelor of Science degree^i Edu-i cation. He wagranted the degree of Mater of Education by lhe ( in versity of Miami and specialized in the field of administration and supervision. Released to inactive duty as a lieutenant senior grade, Silver served in the United stateNaval Reserve for four years. He was executive officer aboard the USS Current and was commended for operations in the Pacific Theatre. Upon returning from war service. Silver joined the Dade County Public School System with which he has been associated for the past eight years. In 1948. he held a graduate a— i-tantship as part of the School of Education faculty of the University of Miami where he assisted M. A F. Ritchie with the Introductory course in education. DAY WORKERS 56 ond Fare Hetel Maids Porters bish Colored Maids-Part Time tr| Time in Private Htnet ACE EMPLOYMENT! 117 N.E. lit Avi. Ph. No Charge to Employir] ^Stoif* 360 Lincoln Road Mezzanine — Phone 5-541] Entrance on Washington OCULISTS Prescriptions Filled Lenses cms) Frames Duplicated Large Selection in Styles Mayor Abe Aronovitz. of the City of Miami, is given an award S.inHn„ ^^^^^^ monies sponsored by Sholem Lodge. Bnai B'rith r ih?£Z T Y evenin( 3 du "ng cereof his activity in behalf of democratic^^undefs andma and h?"^ T^ H el ta rec 9 !" 'in George J. Talianoff. national Anti-DefamaS aa m relation.. 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PAGE 4 A + LnUHTrrkJter Sg^LS^ARY 12, r*WWWWW^*< Published every Friday tlnce 1927 by th Jewish Flcridian at 121 N. E. Sixth Street, Miami 18, Florida. Entered aa second-class matter July 4, 1930, at the Pott Office—61 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 Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Association, Amer. ican Association of EnglishJewish Newspapers, Florida Press Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141 — 2-8212 The Jewish F1.irl.lmn d.ien not giMi-..i.tt'handise ndvarl -.1 In columns. the K Mbr uth of the S U B S C One Year R I P T $3.00 ON RAT Two Years E S $5 00 Volume 28 LEO MINDLIN News Editor Friday, February 12, Adar 9, 5714 During The Week ...A* By LEO MINDLIN I Se e GM Mobilization Means You SITTING BEHIND MY DESK DAY after day I am ro f 954 a view of life which emerges from the pattern of exiM.-n'r" ed| Number 71 constant flow of news reports and public relations "pressu?,,.*" The pattern is at first almost indistinguishable from th which it comes forth. But it makes itself apparent as arpT "" ine insistence. It emphasizes that it is worthwhile that" be observed with scrutinizing eyes, ft has little to do with th Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt will be guest of honor at a kickoff rally of the Combined Jewish Ap% peal's General Mobilization on Thursday evening in the Di Lido Hotel. CJA leaders here are to be commended for inviting Mrs. Roosevelt to the function. The GM campaign symbolizes Greatei Miami's mass effort to aid Israel, a whole host of national organizations whose significance to the Jewish community at large has been demonstrated time and time again and six local agencies serving the area's many needs. Such a broad program of assistance in which residents here will participate should receive a splendid kickoff, indeed, with the personality of Mrs. Roosevelt sparking the occasion. In addition to the fact that she represents for most of us one of the very progressive eras in the history of our nation, having been First Lady at the White House for some sixteen years during her late husband's New Deal Administration, the guest of honor at the Thursday affair is also a noted world traveler, lecturer and author. Mrs. Roosevelt's recent tour through the Near East makes her especially qualified to relate to us Israel's position in that critical area of the globe. Those who have heaid her speak on this subject before know that she will bring to th3 CJA volunteers a message that is both inspiring and enlightening. Having served as UN delegate from the United States, Mrs. Roosevelt will also place into proper perspective the Jewish State's role with regard to the world at large -aspects of peace end understanding and international trade. Appearing as principal speaker at the GM I ;il'si mli.i. i ..ssim-iM Last week in these columns we had occasion to wonder about Britain's sudden support of the Israeli position on the Egyptian blockade in the Suez Canal area. It seemed apparent to us then that London favored the Jewish State's condemnation of Egypt's tactics before the United Nations because her own shipping has been suffering seizure and delay in the canal zone ever since the Arab League's decision to wage economic war against Israel. We also had occasion last week to mull over the British Foreign Office's inconsistent action in the Near East: obviously approving of all Arab efforts aimed at destroying the Jewish State while supporting the condemnation of Egypt. London appeared to us to be riding two horses racing furiously in opposite directions. Now it turns out that her dollar diplomacy and power politics have virtually split her apart. Several days ago, the US delegation to the United Nations moved to consolidate the agenda so that the Egyptian blockade in the Suez Canal area is now part of the larger Palestine Question." Incidents during the past few month have shown beyond any doubt where British sentiments lie so far as this "Palestine Question" is concerned. As a signing member of the Tripartite Declaration, Britain entered wholeheartedly into the recent condemnation of Israel following the Kibya affair. London once again assumed its favorite role as Arab protector and Jordan spiritual father, arguing the League's case at the UN and sending military and economic aid to the Jewish State's enemies. But as an opponent of Egypt on the Suez issue, the British as of this moment find themselves allied with the Israel delegation. They will have to do some mighty agile thinking and last talking to work themselves out of this most recent embarrassment. rally will be Rabbi Irving Miller, president of the Zionist Organization of America. The Rabbi has been in the forefront of Zionist activity ose" thinker who conceives an industrial or social or econom who rushes to the nearest newspaper office. It has lift 1c: the nici to do wjij physically handicapped person who sheds tears over mountain. J rjispatchei and local items that he is fitted for work and th receives any more rejections from perspective employers hi tuned to unthinkable resorts. Nor does this panorama of life have anything to d„ niit .L for many years and knows well the significant whl) jn a fl()0( of German, demands just retribution and wh \ i problems bcset!i:ig Israel at this time, as well Ueves b has achieved sorte degree of sympathetic response to hill as the problems confronting American Jewry goes on in gruesome deuil to describe the manner in which th I and its relation to the Jewish State's presentticular boo! of a particular SS guard kicked the side of his closer*!, rhese are. indeed, all part of the daily experiences which unfold tme as I sit behind my desk. But the elusive scene which rises and dimly the insistent pattern which indicates its genuini fah has .• different character. Little that is dramatic can at the beginning. progiam of development. As we see it, the Combined Jewish Appeal has come up with a double barrel function. Leaders here anticipate that some 1,500 persons will volunteer their efforts during the campaign. Those present_at the rally will be given the "inside" story of the annual drive. It seems be distal to Let no resident in our community stand apart from the Thursday evening function; let no resident here fail to identify himself with the 1954 CJA drive. Let us all work and give. I have in mind a woman who asked for an appointment and my office late last week. She told me that she had arrived mission" from New York and would not reveal an\ to "us that no better speakers could be found telephone Once before me. her tale came to light Th to tell that story and inspire the coming effort. £^rXf^JiS WT^ffiMS ** ""' She ln heir fitth-tloor Walkup flat off Central Park to travel to Mia help. Dr. Mordecai Sandberg has developed m a universal tone as the basis for the music of all mankind," according to his wife he is sick, and he has no means with which to continue his workAccording to Mrs, Sandberg. he is setting the Bible to music composer has published a whole host of works in this vein Manv Psalms arc already orchestrated, but others remain to be finished % r.-ist.' Of >lisi>l;ir k fl Priflc j Sabers' has been writing music for the past thirty years. Hen.' %  | a comparatively successful medical practice to devote his energies _., f,,i, i II .n,,,,, f ,„.,.„,. %  I P letel > '" composition, when he discovered that being a phvsic: Our Ambassador to Cuba, Arthur Gardner, lerfered uiln hls m Sjnce hcn there haye JJ JJJ of his works one notable presentation of an oratorio. V.zechra" yean ago in Town Hall — but the rewards of his choice have principal!} small. is reported by a New York columnist this week to have boasted at a Havana luncheon that he was relieved to find there weie no Jews in his family. • ...... Ambassador Gardner, addressing a Scottish celebrution, is guoted by the columnist as having remarked that he has high regard for an-i cestry and that the reJiSf about his own came after a close examination of his family tree. Apparently, the Ambassador's audience also entertained high regard for ancestry. His remarks were met with cold silence, since seated A BITTER THING TO see Mrs. Sandberg ashe uka IT WAS help It is so important," she said, "for him to be able toi now before it is too late." Clearly, she is thoroughlv conrwfl the composer's worth. "After." Mrs. Sandberg explained, it will] at least two musical experts to unravel his notes for publication! it may not be done exactly aV he would have wished." As obsl hind the Impersonal and always heavily-lolled desk. I did noil how to reply. I have never met Dr. Sandberg; I am acquaint**] none of his compositions.-Jt follows that I cannot have any with regard to his ability, fcut in the face of Mrs. Sandberg's about him were members of distinguished Jewspoken yet urgent request. I could hardly help thinking of L, ish families whose forebearers had come to'problem — that of the community's responsibility toward thej Cuba horn Portugal and Spain even before the wi,n n Mi midst. American Revolution. If the New York columnist's report is accurate, and there is little cause to doubt it in light of the Ambassador's recent record, it would behove our government's leadership to require This is always a matlrr for much hindsight. All of us are aei ed with the shabby manner in which a good number of writers, tbj] painters and composers — the visionaries in man's otherwise ba turning history — have lived during the past centuries and conll live in our time. Industrial and commercial society has no platfl them, does not recognize their purpose or their value and is utnT him either to take a course in Elementary ,0 nurture their efforts. The significant thing is that, for the most| Diplomacy or else to leave the foreign service' h '' artist •chievea his reward after he has died, that is. when hei$| with a solidly failina arade. ~*f '" Participate in the material bounty of his creativm the bof which the society that rejects him values most. Thus, the artist stt before an unshakable dilemma. Virtually exploited, he givei beaud return for oblivion. We in Miami live in a rather well-planned city. Our Jewish i munity is fairly integrated. Our organizations are aware ol each i programs and aim. if not always successfully, at least consdoM avoid useless or duplicative activity. The various agencies particip within the local Federation and Federation's larger role in coma philanthropic, civic, religious and cultural functions are all a cai point Vet. in the face of this careful planning, then was almo place to which Mrs. Sandberg could be sent. The DP ma) apply lo| National Council of Jewish Women. The physically handicapped | son has his hopes bolstered by the Vocational Service IHpartmer' JSSB. But Mrs. Sandberg comes up against a blank wall. There | been no planning made for the special needs of that ana of the< munity which she represents — apart from the fact that she is i Miamian. There is no city which could meet her particular need. THE SORT OF THING DR. SANDBURG reportedly does pan the major works by Johann Sebastian Bach, whose Chorale Pr> glorify the Christian writings. Apparently, Dr. Sandberu is bent I bringing to the Old Testament and the Prophets the heightened of musical art Whether he has been successful or not inot a i for discussion at this point. The pivotal issue is the fart that il has given up a lucrative scientific career for a calling a rare' rence. indeed The former wouM have brought him reward tn services rendered on the open market of medical need. The !" hlm ''Hie support because his activity has a value that weighed by no standard measure. Assuming that Dr. Sandberg has as much to say to the future t as any recognized artist of the past revealed for us, do we not Ml same responsibility u, nurture and protect him that we assumeJl in the case of .th P displaced person, the physically handicapPWJ aged, the sick who cannot pay for medical service and the maladjusted 1 This is what went through my-mind when Mrs. Sandberg sat' me. and I had no advice lor her. It was not a silent indirtmem %  our community and Its planning or. indeed, against the pl" any community. Rather, it pointed up the fact that we are. • aesthetic and moral delinquents bent upon assassinating the humanity a conscience wherever it may be found in Ihe s artisl obscurely and silently determined to fire that conscience %  elevate it. *M POTENTIAL



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r pmllMY 12. 1954 Etra to be Honored at Reception "day; Will Mark Yeshiva's 25th Year v tamM, nrvrlrti^m PAGE 5 A miurpresident fiW ,,,irn,a "" f Wd.i n %  i* ,,f ,he r7 oremas | i -I. "•'•'der-'ri Tuesday night. -rvieih ptmnmUte ,• ral hunc'red, Msitors U, ;;. ivdrd to at[the function which will weln and Max itoth* 1 i ''>'• ,1 membi r"I Yeshiva's J of Tru-t. •.il-" will be on (((ir ^ n ption, which is jtenderci li\ 'lie Greater MiI luva University. ((IOMIHTL iiliairman of the %  lion Comm %  Joseph II I "kstein, a mem|o(thc urn ri ity's Board of w an! I: "* Kehliath wi in New Viirk City, will be fMtbe princi] linkers. Both iBrlkin ;irnl Kli ilso will report lprogres> 11 the nation's first i-sponsnml univers|ty. i year markthe 25th annii of the university'* College Liberal Arts and Sciences which jigmied as ne of the finest ( s tate i N< Vork. During 110 years of Dr lielkin's presiicy Yeshiva College received an bndment l itcharter from the i York State Board of Regents Wishing it aVeshivs Universe also unilir Dr. Belkin's i of office as chief exeutive It the Board ol Regents granted Tcnarter for a medical school. Max I. lira throwing into motion the years that have broken ground for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, the nation's first non-sectarian medical school sponsored by the American Jewish community. Etra, a prominent New York attorney and civic leader, was recently elected chairman of the Board of Trustees of Yeshiva University, succeeding former borough •president of Manhattan, Samuel Levy, who held the post for 23 years until his death last March. A founder of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, Etra is a vice chairman of the National Campaign Committee. Today, Yeshiva University has an enrollment of some 2,000 students, comprising eight schools and divisions which offer courses of study leading to 155 different graduate and undergraduate degrees. Zuckorman Uvtn Emm Hvarve at I M Irvine, H Zackerman, of i


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ic~i*t>nnr*tt*r iS^AY.FEBRUABY PAGE 6 A %  ~. !" ,~ — •'"""' Miami's Genera/ M obiliza tion Area Leaders 1954 Jewish A Pl /Mrs. B/onk North Dode Chaplin Welt Miami Cherffcof Miami lax Flaglcr Granada Myers Coral Gables Mrs. Becker Mrs. Kneapler Hicil nh Miami Springs Wallace Htf Monticello Park Mrs. Roosevelt Here for Kickoff Continued from Page 1 A sion. unanimously elected each time, until 1951. While she has reiterated her belief that the United States can reach an understanding with Russia, in November 1948. Mrs. Roosevelt said, "The USSR has tried to saj they are people who wan) peace and that the United States wants war ... It is hard to con vince the Soviet Union that they are the ourthai stand in the waj .it progress toward peace and security because ol their suspicion and fear ol the rest "i the world, uiarly tin' United States Be cause "i the international n she l: l through her work at the 1\ Louis Nizi r hacalled her First Lad) ol the World, and h G Martin, N imber '>ne World Citizen Mrs. Roosevelt made a trip to Israel and the Middle East in 1952. visiting Lebanon, Syria. Jordan, Pakistan and India. Prom India she returned to the United States via Indonesia, the Philippines and Hawaii. Her latest book. India And The Awakening East, was the re-j suit of this trip. In addition to writing My Hay, since 1941 Mrs. Roosevelt has been; conducting a McCall's question-and-1 answer page, 1( Von Ask Me. She lias written articles for many other' magazines, in which she reported to Americans on their servicemen overseas, discussed women in politics and public life, advocated high-' er wages and greater prestige for teachers, favored universal military training and discussed problemof labor, child welfare, youth and economics. She has been an outspoken opponent ol racial discrimination. She has written three bookfor children and is the author ol It Up To The Women 11933) and The Moral Basis 01 Democracj (1940). I In 1948. she was at work on the second volume iii her autobiography, TinI Remember, a book which received much approbation tor tier sincerity, warmih and the thoughtful expression Following her lion as American delegati lo II Nations in January', 1953 Mrs. : ated wit the Vmei i< in Vssoci il ion for the %  d Natioi worker in behall ol the orj i lion'.aim to prom er undi rstanding ol the I N and il i gram, Mrs Roosevelt holds an honorary DHL degree from Russell S i College, an honorary LLD di from John Mar-hall College ol Law and an honorary doctorate in civil laws from Oxford University. She is an honorary member oi I'ln Beta Kappa. Among the other awardshe has received is the bronze plaque of the Jewish Philanthropic League of Brooklyn in 1948 and the award of merit of the New York City federation of Women's Clubs A poll taken by the Woman's) Home Companion among its read-. en revealed thai she is the most popular living American. In a poll taken by the American Institute ol Public Opinion in late 1948.' MrRoosevelt topped a list of ten athe "most admired woman living today in an) part ol the world.'' Miss Schermer Miss Schermer Gets Degree with Honors Mi>s Phyliss Tobee Schermer, daughter oi Mr. and Mrs Sigmund w. Schermer, Miami Beach, received the BBA degree from the l'niversit) ol Miami. urn laude, al real c o mmencenenl exercises. \i the UM, Iiss Sch ermer a an honor aemlier of Alpha -. a mbda Delia. >elta Theta Mu ,nd Gamma Alma Chi. In addition to being on the Dean List, .she was one of the leaders on the Hillel Council for the erection of Hillel House. Miss Schermer was awarded a Brandeis Leadership Institute Scholar-hip for participating in B'nai B'rith. Junior League ol the Beach Branh GMJCC and for con tributing to local publications. She recently appeared at the Miami Beach Auditorium on a Greater Miami lladassah program. She i> a member of the League of Miami Beach Women Voters and Mount Sinai Auxiliary. The honor graduate majored in public relations and advertising. She plans to enter the field professionally in the Miami Beach area. Miss Schermer attended Miami Beach High School, was confirmed at Temple Beth Sholom and has spoken at various public events in the local area. She was recently awarded a professional course in modelling at Patricia Stevens Finishing School. Program at Kusevitsky Concert is Revealed The amusing musical dialo The Cantor And The Gabbai, will highlight one ol the six groupof songs in the concert program Wed nesday evenin \, February 17th al the Miami i',i ach Jewish Center by tenor Moshe Kusevitsky. Kusevitsk) has arranged the comedy folk-song Another tradi tional song he will present iA Shepherd, A Dreamer, arranged by Ol.-hanetsky. In addition. Kusevitsky'g program includeoperatic anafrom Tosca, I'Arlesienne and n Trova tore; two Israeli songs, Adarim and i erusbalaim; and unusual cantonal chants and prayerHe will follow his own an men! also in singing the widelj known BirchaCohanim, or priestly benedict ion The concert is sponsored by the Sisterhood ol the Miami Beach Jewish (enter for the Center's Re UgiOUS School for children now numbering bull. Kusevitsky has attracted capacity audiences to his most recent three performancein i ,,,,„ -, e H a j] V( .. companying him on the piano will be Jack Karahis longtime concerl associate. The program opens with two ||, brew prayerHa lev and Akavych irom a section of ihe Mishnah" Erwin Kuiden (right) is shown enlisting the aid of Mayor Harold Shapiro of Miami Beach in conjunction with Karden's duties as transportation chairman of Mount Sinai Hospital's fourth annual Jubilee slated March 4th at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Erwin Karden Given Task of Planning Transportation Program for Jubilee Jewish Floridian Ftatur* Erwin Karden ione man who will come closest to realizing the ambition ol being chief of police for one night. On the night of March 4th. Karden will have, al hidisposal, through the courtesv of Mayor "•"'" ll1 Shapir Miami Beach and other local and state authorities, a corps oi this ana'policemen. t<> assist him in carrying out his duties as transportation chairman of Mount Sinai Hospital's fourth annual all star Jubilee Karden will have the task of carrying out a lime -chedule which .nabieeach performer, who will appear granat the Jubilee, to be Picked up al the respective club or hotel where he is engaged and returned on time after doing a .-tint for Mount Sinai. Aiding Karden in the ta-k oi coordinating the movements of the i;":'";"""'; ";"' -'"bile-V time -chedule are the Miami Beach Police ,;; :" "' .!"' "; s '"' Higbwaj Patrol and the Dads County Road !• %  ",.", %  r h m M n M "Wl to I'"' celcbru.cAlso under in i^nVT. ',' ,I ''V ,V '"'"" MC| to'transportation purposes, which "" donated i>> Greyhound, Wylie's Tours and the 29ers. His duties will also include .be responsibility lor the smooth move !' %  ,;; n ;?! %  *" %  > %  MUM* p at !" a nd a'oi'led '" ,hl "**•• • %  • hat congestion can be MuSA H!"; Ul ,, rJ K ,(llinK ** %  %  f r <* third straight year. I n ,r yl I"?: 111 ,U M "" ,nl y "> d r 'ng his ojetr '" %  U h JU, U M "-'" -W harden, "we can Yiddish Film is Due Golden Age Friendship Club and the Rebels Club of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center Beach Branch, will present the sec ond in a series of Yiddish language films on Sunday, February 14 a t 8:30 p.m. Feature will be The Great Advisor, starring Irving Jacobson and Yetta Zwerling. New Scout Troop To be Installed """""ir. National Roy Seoul week. February 7th to 15th, the t Miami Jewish Center will in stall Iroop 328 aFridaj evening service on Februarj 2th A representative of the Boy Scou Council will prewn, a char "" "I the member. „i ,„e Troop """"""''' lll lake ,,!,„,. %  „, •'' oi Troop committee will £L n Seoul M;,-,er Nel „ .,, „ With his membership card '•r-enla.mn of the f | iu „ ,,,„„„„, us atAK as Lodge Meeting Due Sina1 Xt R^ l t r meeUnRof M "nt Sinai Rebekah Lodge No. 91 will be held on Tuesday, February jet" 8 P.m., at 213 NW 4th Street Johnson to Meet Williams in Bout Harold Johnson, number one lightheavyweifht contender, will meet heavyweight I)gram| urday evening will cons seph Haydn's Divortime. : Major, Concerto in C Hind B?.ch, Variations on a The the Magic Flute D) Sonatina in A Major by m Nidrei bj Max Bruch, As] Sergei Rachmannoff, M Romeo and Juliel by Prokd, ranged by Mr. Schuster, I tions on One Slnng Irom I Fantasie by Paganini, aks| by Mr. Schuster. Sigma Delta Tau Slates Funds ior Sigma Delta Tau Alul forego its regular bu-ine on Tuesday, February M card party. Mrs Herbertl 4750 Alton Road, will be I the monthly meeting. Proceeds from the are slated for the league'^ thropic project, the Ha for handicapped childr meeting begins al 7:30 Combined Meeting Combined meeting of the Miami Vonng ^dult Zionist District and the l niversity of Miami Chapter of IZFA will be held on Sunday eveninK, February Hth, 8 p.m.. at Beth David Synagogue. Subject of discussion will be the 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal. Beverage Industry! Meet With CJA Members of dealer Mis erage industry will be gun Combined Jewish Appeal] ins ;-ion Committee at a I Sunday. Februarj 14th, at| esyne Terrace Hotel. According to Leo KosM of the annual e\em\ thel will star! al 1" a in in V Panorama Room. A promffl sonality in the Florida SB erage Department will b *' cipal speaker Co-chairmen pi the vision assisting Best Levin and Jay Weiss, Rabbi Miller to Si Continued from PHj Campaign Cabinet "' ,h 4 Jewish Appeal and a vi P of the United Jewish Greater New York H member of the national committee of the imtedl peal. For many years an do dedicated champion of tt ideal. Rabbi Miller was the Actions Committe* World Zionist OrganHdJ World Zionist Congress inl re-elected in 1946 1.500 Will ParticiF Continotd from P*9 in Europe the faith and and the help which they Shochet said that the Wj "tested in.strumcnl in us can join to give the 1 understanding, manpo** ship and support. • %  Through the CJA e late our hopes into res goals into attainments. ed.



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Ila-Lobos Conducts Own Compositions I DM Orchestra; Schapiro is Soloist +Jelst> fhrkMan PAGE 7 A by many criUca "the nm-ician in tne Heitor Vilthe CniverW living Hemispn'T''. ,,.j|| conduct fcmi Symphony orchestra [i and Monday evenings at J^j Beach and Dade County rium> Mform his own Fantasy for KL'Orchestra. Villa-Lobos onallv chosen the renown'Maxini Schapira • [ftbruarv I4th and 15th confit expected to have a spe\vorin liyhi of the fact that j,t conductor v. 11 lead the jtbestra in Inown composihiddition to Mr. Schapiro's lot the Villa-Lobos Momothere "ill also be a per;o(the noted Brazian comtrfcCboros No. 6. program is IMJ scheduled to Beethoven Overture to [Stephen. Paul le Flenfl Two from I .i MagictoHM de and Maurice Ravel's ever Bolero, jlobos studied cello with his rlrom the ag< ol ->x. and in vpar(earned lo pity most atiD-trumentin the orchestra, ffather died when the composer only eleven, and he went to I in theatre and • ife orchestras Jl Us family, his formal schoolIcomini' to an end Except for harmony lessons with Agmd Francisco Brag*, !in wto-didacl his originalftji jJBpatience with acepted har\. rules mai themselves I in hi* career. 11912 he accompanied a scienexpedition to the interior of kil to study the music of the en tribes, an experience which (rail in hilater compositions. h>influences in Brazilian music I interested him 1915. Villa-Lobos gave a con1 of hi< own works. He proId a flood of music in the folpgyears, in which his boldness inexhaustible curiosity came |the fore in the elemental has. new forms and exotic of much of this output. i Darius Milhaud. who was (French legation in Brazil in |-19. Villa-Lobos became acbted with the Impressionists Veto Makes Jordan River Project Discussion Closed Heifor Vifla-loboi and with other contemporary French composers. In 1922, the Brazilian government granted him a fellowship to go to Paris, where he remained until 1926. His fourteen Chorus were produed in the years from 1920 to 1929. According to the composer. the t'horos is u synthesis of the various elements in Brazilian music. Indian. Alricm and popular folk melody, in which t h e harmonic treatment represents a stylization of the original material. These striking compositions are rhapsodic and free in structure, being written for various instrumenta and choral ensembles and for solo instruments. The five suites, Bachianas Brasileriras reveal Villa-Lobos' interest in the music of Bach, though he never attempted to imitate him. By ARTHUR LEWIS Jawish Talagraphic Agency UNITED NATIONS Once a veto has been cast in the Security i Council, then the issue does rfflf come up again. That has been the practice here .Thus, the question of the Jordan River power project, although technically still before the Council, is to all intents and purposes closed now. A study of the records here shows that there has been only one exception to this rule of thumb: that is the case of! the admission of new members. The applications of some countries have been vetoed several times by the Soviets, b u t this exception proves the rule, as membership is not really a substantive issue, a threat to the peace, for which the Security Council was set up to deal, and the veto was sought by 'he W. -t n ;. matter of Cold War tactics to embarrass the Soviets There is a good deal of logic to this procedure for once a veto has been cast, there is hardly likely to be any proposal on that subject on which the unanimity of the five permanent members of the Council can be lound. Despite the fact that Cantor Kelemer in Program In celebration of Jewish Music Month, the Golden Age Friendship Club of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Town Branch, will present Cantor Berle Kelemer. of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation on Sun day. February 14th. at 2:30 p.m. Cantor Kelemer win present a pro gram of songs, including Cantorial, Yiddish and Israeli music. pssor Oppenheimer aed to Technion fl* YORK Professor Robert pheimer. director ol the Infor Advanced Study at elon, Vv has acI appointment to the lnternai Board ol Govi rnors of TechInstitute of Technol | it was announced here by Jo|Wuu*h, pn idenl of the Sonar Oppenheimer, whose "to the Board was unani%  been a member of the 'States Atomic Knergy Comgudwas director of the Los ^ScienceLaboratories wh< re r" mic oumh was developed. "Wplirosi* Group >li k is Monday Meeting of the Greater Miami NationalNephrosis Society will be held at the home of Mrs. Henry Green, 4103 Anderson, Coral Gables, on Monday evening. February 15th. 8:30 p.m. Members of the group's Medical Advisory Board have been invited to attend the meeting. They include Drs. Charles Koscnfcld. Sam J. Roberts, .lames .1 Griffita, Gunnard J. Antell. Warren W. Quillian, Irv ing Stemmernian. Meyer B Marks. Erna Klass and Solomon B. Goldman. The Board has been working on a joint survey to determine the number of nephrotics in the Greater Miami area. A report on the survey is scheduled to be presented at the meeting. UM Slates Chamber Music Concert Thursday The second contemporary chamber music program in this year's series prepared by Madame Renee Longy will be given at the Lowe Gallery by the University of Miami School of Music on Thursday evening, February-Math at 8:80 p.m 1 The public is invited to attend without admission charge. The concert will consist of PhanI tasy, quartet for oboe, violin, viola and cello, by Benjamin Britten, which is being repeated by request; : Amoretti, opus 43. for tenor and | piano, by Edmund Rubbra; Trio for i piano, oboe and bassoon, by Francis Pouleno; and Quartet for clar Llnet, violin, cello and piano by Paul I Hindemith. the parliamentary situation at the moment is that there are two Lebaneae resolutions on the canal project still before the body, the \\< t.rn Powers cannot abandon their stinVMhat Syria must not be given the final say in construction work which is, after all, going on In another country. Israel. Both the Lebanese resolutions provide Syria with such an illegal right, either by implication or directly. Although the Soviets may have an explanation for their veto other than backing the Arab States in a dispute with Israel (their apologists have claimed that their action was due to the fact that they would not countenance granting any power to an organization, such as the Truce Supervision Organiza tion, in which they have no say), they cannot now fail to support Syria otherwise they would lose politically. There is no point in further discussion of the issue, as there is no longer any middle ground left to explore. Thus, the question of the Jordan River hydro-electric project returns to Jerusalem where it should have been all the time. However, despite the seemingly wasted weeks here, some 16 weeks were taken up in resolutory debate, the Security Council hearing has not been without value as Prime Minister Moshe Sharett can now discuss with General Vagn Bennike a settlement along the lines of the Western resolution which, even if vetoed and therefore officially rejected, did have the support of the majority and is an expression of its will. The Israeli view is that all Mr. Sharett has to do now is to assure the chief of staff of the Truce Supervision Organization that the property rights of the Arab landowners in the area will be protected to comply with the resolution. Actually, the Israeli Government, in previous communications, has offered guarantees that the irrigation of this farm land, a miniscule amount, by the way. would not be affected by the diversion of the waters of the Jordan River for the power plant. One significant factor is that the resolution makes no mention of the Syrian contention that the canal is a military works giving Israel an "advantage, and thus makes negotiation much easier. If Mr. Sharett can give General Bennike the necessary assurances, and there is no reason why he should not. then, the Israeli view is that work on the Jordan River hydro-electric project canbe resumed almost immediately. lied rro;s Si* Division l-oals Eight group leaders in the important Special Gifts Division, which expects to raise $99,000. or more than one third of the Red Cross Fund Appeal goal of $267.116. were announced Saturday by Edwin H. Bishop, chairman tor Special Gifts. With the kickoff of the annual Red Cross drive just three weeks away. Bishop pointed out that volunteer solicitors for special gifts, because of their large share of total quota, will play a heavy role in the success of the campaign. Following groups, leaders and goals were listed by Bishop: construction and industry—Marion C. McCune. realtors. $9,500; entertainment—Eugene Roush. vice presij dent. First National Bank of Miami, and Michael Franco, assistant to \ the president. Industrial Savings I Bank, $10,000 finance-Joseph Lipton, president of Dade Federal Savings & Loan Association, $12,100; hotels: William Usher, manager of Biscayne Terrace Hotel, $4,000: National Firms. Thornton Fincher, vice president. Security Trust Company. $8,000; publicity service, Dave Bosworth, Miami manager, Florida Power & Light Company, $7,000; retail and commercial: Ken Wright, community relations representative, Eastern Air Lines, $20,400. Malavsky Family Choir to Appear at Hibiscus Auditorium in Concert mm to "Q ~* bonds ,or ,he Israe Development Issue, which bdersh,!, 50000 0 in 1954. was authorized at a national Whas L COn,erenc e of the Israel Bond Organization by Irian, qif' r ,cen, et), director-general of Israel's Finance a ^s,noft 0 h Vl r Wlth ,he official OTe ,ulian B Venezk Y (lei,) sident 0 .if I XGCUliv e Commjttee. and Henry Montor. vice sale ol ik Israel ^"d Organization, which will direct year new ^"d I"", to start soon alter April 1st of Dropsie College Offers Fellowships for PhD NEW YORK—The Institute for Israel and the Middle East, of the Dropsie College, Philadelphia, has announced for the academic year 1954-55, fellowships of $1,000 each, available to qualified students who wish to specialize in Middle Eastern studies leading to the PhD degree. The curriculum offered by the Institute includes Languages. Literatures. History. Anthropology. Sociology. Economics and Politics of the Middle East. Applications for Fellowships should be submitted not later than April 15, 1954. Candidates are invited to write for further information to the Dropsie College, Broad and York Streets. Philadelphia. Pennsylvania. Beth El Radio Hour The Beth El Radio Hour over Itation WMIE. Friday from 4 to 4:30 p.m. will present Dr. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky In an address n | titled. The Two Natures, based on tin statue by George Gray Barnar. The Malavsky Family Choir will present a concert of liturgical, Israeli, Yiddish and popular num hers on Sunday evening, February 14th. 8:30 p.m.. at Hibiscus Lodge Auditorium, 10th Street and Alton Road. Proceeds from the concert will be turned over to the United Luba vitcher Yeshivoth. Actively working on the program are Isidore Kramer, of 1536 Meridian Avenue, treasurer of the Yeshivoth. and Rabbi Morton Malavsky. spiritual leader of the Israelite Center and Cantor Samuel Malavsky's nephew. Rabbi Morton Malavsky is a graduate of the United Lubavitcher Yeshivoth Seminary. The Malavsky Family Choir, whih has received national and international acclaim for its musical performances on concert stages throughout the world, includes Cantor Malavsky's four daughters. Trudi, Gloria, Ruth and Minerva, and two sons. Albert and Morton. Trudi and Gloria compose the well known duo. the Marlin Sisters, recording artists for Columbia, Victor and Coral. They are currently being featured in the Blue Canary', a favorite throughout the nation, and are fresh from television appearances on just about every variety hit show scheduled over the TV lanes. Cantor Malavsky was a musical child prodigy and became affiliated with the late Cantor Joseph Rosenblatt upon his arrival in the United States. He is a recording artist for RCA Victor and appears with his Trudi and Gloria under the Marlin Choraleers imprint. In the Spring of 1952, the Malavsky Family Choir presented over 32 concerts in the State of Israel, where they were popularly acclaimed. Supporting the sisters and Cantor Malavsky are Albert and Morton Malavsky, who round out one of the unique musical organizations in the country. Beth El PTA Dance Beth El Congregation ITA will hold a dance on Saturday evening. February 20th. at the Dora August Memorial Hall. Proceeds of the function are for the Beth El Re ligious School. Standing (left to right) are Ruth. Albert, Cantor Samuel, Morton and Trudy Malavsky. Seated are Gloria and Minerva. The Cantor Samuel Malavsky Family Choir will be heard Sunday evening in a concert for the United Lubavitcher Yeshivoth at Hibiscus Auditorium.



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PAGE 8 A • i***i*i)nori(M&n PIUDAY, FEBBWAPV 12. lj J L-tfciUc Walter Chooses Lace and Net; Weds Herbert Cohen at Hibiscus -Lodge Miss Lucille Walter and Herbert Jay Cohen exchanged vows in a ceremony at Hibiscus Lodge Auditorium on Miami Beach Sunday. Officiating at the 6:30 p.m. rites was Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual leader of Belh David Synagogue. The bride wore a gown of white v lace and net, with matching lace ap and elbow-length illusion veil. She carried white orchids on Bible. Matron of honor was Mrs. Arthur Schwartz, sister of the bridegroom. in aqua lace I rimmed in silver sequins. Miss Iris Sorafkin and Miss Ellen Saland in blue shantung and net and Miss Selma Saltman in pink net were bridesmaids. Best man for his brother was Mr. Stan'ey Cohen. They are the .-mis of Mr. and Mrs. David L. Cohen. 592 SVV 10th Street. Arnold Widder. New York, who introduced the couple, served as an usher, assisted by David Berman and Ira Segal. After a motor trip through Flor Miss Barbara Hauptman Becomes Bride '()f Herbert Saks in Double Hinj Ceremnm, .. i....i,i„ rino ondlpliuht Th. K.iJ. I. L "ll\ Miss Ann f. Serrant Ann Felice Meets ida, the newlyweds will be at home l,',".>.,..,, .,i ]',' K at 2280 S\V 3rd Street. llcllKlill I Ol I The bride was graduated from the University of Miami. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Walter, 91 6th Street. Miami Beach. Mr. Cohen, also a graduate of the 1 ".I. is a member of A'nha Kpsilon Pi and now is a law student. The engagement of their daughter. Ann Felice, to Arthur Fine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fine. Miami Beach, is announced by Mr and Mrs Ben Serrant, 105 North Shore Drive. Miss Serrant was graduated from Miami Beach High School, Mr. Fine is ,i Brooklyn Technical High School graduate KB engineering major at the L'niversitj ol Florida, he belongs to Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity, Amerian Institute HI Eletrical Engineers and the Institute ol Radio Engine* i c luple mi • : : li attei I nivi i itj nl Finn.!. Schapiro to Talk Mrs Marie Volpe will interview im S hapiro, pianist, on Satur ; %  :• u r 13th, at 6:30 p.m., iver station V. KAT Mr, Schapiro ppear as soloisl with the I'ni> nl Miami Sj mphonj Orches tra. Heiter Villa-Lobos will be • conductor on February Nth and 15th progri ms Miss Bonny friedman Miss Friedman to Marry in June June is the month that Miss Bon nj Friedman has chosen for her wedding to Paul Heigel. of New York, Miami Beach will be the site lor the rites The bride-elect is the daughter nt Mrs Sybil Friedman. 10H) 15th strict. Miami Beach, and David Friedman, New York She is a graduate "i .lames Madison High School, Brooklyn, and attended Brooklyn College. Miss Friedman la currentlj associated with Saki Fifth Avenue, Lincoln Road. Mr Beigel graduated from the Irving School, Tarrytown. New nded Union College in Schi m i tadj and ian alumnus ol I olumbia L'niversitj. He iBI \a an and a member ol Phi D rheta II" is current! with radio station WMGM ., Ni M York City. Kruehtinans to Host Id i !hai.' Fi uchtman will be hosts to r of the Jewish Home for the A |i d at their Ihlj birthdaj partj on Tuesd..\ evening. February 10th. 8 p.m.. at Douglas Gardi ns lii i hat the program iMrs. %  Makovsky H, Lee H nsei and Geoi ge Karolei will enti 11 At a double ring candlelight ceremony on January 31st in the Miami Beach Jewish Center, Miss Barbara Hauptman. daughter of Dr and Mrs. Irving Hauptman, 404 Viscaya Avenue, Coral Gables, became the bride of Herbert Saks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Saks. 945 West 48th Street. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated. Best man was Leonard Levinstein. Ushers included Al Kahn. Robert Horwitx and Norman Hauptman. Maxinc Gerstenfeld was bridasmald, with Eileen Saks acting as maid of honor. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She selected a gown of French chantilly lace and nylon tulle, with off-shoulder neckline j and long sleeves ending in points i over hand. Her full lace and tulle skirt ended in a cathedral train. The bride's four-tiered illusion veil fell from a cap of tulle and seed pearls. She carried orchids on a Bible. A reception and dinner followed at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Senior High School and ait. 1" the University of Florida 2?*| versity of Miami a UB| Mr. Saks received the BS den. in Buainesa ^ministration J* Univendty of Florida and at pr( ent. is attending the I nivmitv Miami UwSchoV H-i, a e 2J h of Pi Lambda Phi, Beta Gat Sigma and Phi Kappa Phi, The couple flew to Mexico extended honeymoon and at i their return will make their h.mJ in Miami. J / Miss Rtva Shapiro Shapiro, Stein Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs Louis Shapiro, i 855 West 46th Stn .ami Bea announce the betrothal of th daughter, Reva, t G raid Stei son of Mr. and Mrs George Std New York. Miss Shapiro ia luate of| ami Beach High School and tended the Universit) of Mia She has been employe as %  < IN tary in the School ol Pract4 Nursing at Mount Sinai Hospital Mr. Stein, v ho sen l with | Armed Forces in .1 ip; n iatte: ing New York Univei The couple plan to be mar this coming June Airs, ru-rceii J. lorien Miss Levy to Wed Stanley f'crlowitz A former Miami Beach resident, Miss Selma Louise Levy, planto i .in., in Ihe carlj fall. Now nt New York City, she will wed Stan ley Harold Perlowitr, also of New Y irk The bride eleel ithe daughter < i Mrs, Pauline Levy. Miami Beach, and the late \be Levy Mr Perlowitz is the son of Mr. and MrS. A Perlowitz, New York. Miss !. •-. j alter le I th >. New %  I nl Social Research in N< v York and is now affiliated with ( lumbia I niversit;. Mr. I'< rlowitz is a graduate of HiW.it Clinton High School and tt nded the Fashion Institute ol Techi %  New York City He rved with Ihe Armi d Forces In Korea.



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fesONALLY ['PEAKING tTdMr, 0.Or r IJL'sW 91 h Terrace. Miami, for KZ weeks. The M.-cklbanks are J ^ n sofMr Greent. *JewMnor*Man PAGE 9 A Hr. am MrJohn Boal. of 6796 !, Terr.ic •. Miami, last week Lf.ined uuini! honeymoon couJJand Mrs. Nick Atillo. Of jo'klvn Sf Vnrk. Mrs. AtHl E,|,e'<1aii5hN-r of Mr. and Mrs. Urberl Boscnberg, friends of the %  r and Mrs .Joseph L. Rogers, 1010 s\V 3th Terrace, Miami, j celebrate their 45th wedding Eftersary <>n Tuesday, February ft jlj. s i.ii;i.,>, Malek, daughter of |iev and Mri'seph Malek, 1561 llfoov AMI lias enrolled at the University o( Miami, following her %  graduation from Miami Beach Snlior High School. At the UM, she Itill be a drama and arts student, [accializing in radio and television. kiss Malik i the sister of Miami I bach attorney .Joseph W. Malek, *bo is also Cantor at Hollywood's Twp'e Sinai ft Dr and MrAlbert.E. Rosenthal I left with Mr and Mrs. George WolipertSaturday on the SS Silver Star cruise on the CaribI I' : B b m of Mr. and Mrs. Amu Shi H SW 13th Street, i a recent annual debate touri iinenl at the UniverBob is a junior at the I:. i Florida, where he i-vice pi I nl of the Debate MI of Pi Lambda Phi Frati ir the .second eonItMBtivi : \l Kopf, of Brooklyn. Niw Vi arc spending the %  fetet at I .: 11.-tic Hotel, MilaniBeaMi \'r K..j>t is the brother |" Mr man. Miami. • M Hubert Traurig anoi their daughter. ine. i n January 28th. Grandparent, are Mr and Mrs. Samuel Mrs. Arnold I. immll Mondress, Small to LiVe in Klkins Park Miss Carole Mondress and Arnold R. Small were married in the Shelborne Hotel in an early evening ceremony Sunday — the third anniversary of the date on which they met Rabbi Morris Skop. spiritual leader of the Coral Gables Jewish Center, officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Mondress, 1636 SW 13th Street. Mr. Smalls parents are Mr and Mrs. Benjamin Small, Elkins Park. Pennsylvania Newlywed Mrs. Small wore a strapless gown of lace and ruffled nylon tulle.^ with long sleeved lace jacket. Her'illusion veil fell elbowlength from a tiara of seed pearls. She carried a white Bible with white orchids. Matron of honor was Mrs. Samuel Klein, of Philadelphia, the bride's aunt. Harold I. Small, Philadelphia, was best man for his brother. Both the bride and groom are former Philadelphians. She was graduated from Miami High School, I where she waa president of Tau Martin I'lotkin Will Be Bar Mitzvah Martin Saul Piotkin will become Bar Mitzvah at Beth David Syna gogue on Saturday morning, Feb ruary 13th, with Rabbi Max Sha %  to and Cantor Maurice Mamches! officiating. Martin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Plotkin, 1801 SW 17th Terrace. An eighth grade student at Shenandoah Junior High School. he also attends the Religious School of Beth David Synagogue. Martin is a member of Boy Scout Troop No. 89. An open nouse in the Bar Mitzvah's honor will be held at his home on Saturday afternoon from 4 p.m. Guests of honor will include his grand parents, Mr. Max Plotkin, Bayonne, New Jersey. a"nd Mr. and Mrs. Irving Jacobowitz, of Miami. Among out-of-town guests will b% Mr. and Mrs. Pine Lesser, Passaic, New Jersey; Mr. Ben Turleltaub, Englewood. New Jersey; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schneider, Mrs. Jennie Schneider and cousins Anita, Judith and Abbey Schneider. Bayonne; Mr. and Mrs. Abe Levin, North Arlington, New Jersey, and Mr. and Mrs. flyman Lerner, Bronx, New York. T,..,„., ,, ... ., 'WIICUMII..s pit-.si.ii-iu ..i i,iu .I.oii. and the Hyman, A|ha Q she atten(lcd the """ v Wf,,lk V'nsmia. I Univ ersity of Miami. He is a TemBarry Oilman to be Bar Mitzvah at FlatfltT-Granada Barry Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Gilman, 621 Tamiami Boulevard. Miami, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. February 13th. 10 a.m.. at the Flagler-Gra nada Jewish Community Center. Barry attends Kinloch Park Junior High School, where he is a member of several school activities. During his four years attendance at the Flagler-Granada Religious School, he has been one of its out; standing pupils. He has successfully passed the | Bar Mitzvah examination given by the bureau of Jewish Education. Barry will chant the Maftir and address the audience. Samuel Gilman, his grandfather, and Mr. .and Mrs. Samuel Angnff. uncle and aunt, of Boston. Massachusetts, will be among out-of-town guests. Rev. Leo Ileim will officiate, Parents of the B-ir Mitzvah will be the hosts at the reception follow' %  ing the services Ardmure Jerome Alan Halperin, son of Mrs. Fay Halperin, 850 Biscayne Street, Miami Beach, was Bar Mitzvah at the Miami Beach Jewish Center on Thursday. Jerome is a ninth grade student at the Ida M. Fisher Junior High School and attends the Miami Beach Jewish Center Religious School. welcome your HEART FUND VOLUNTEER SUNbtf • Miss Susai I lien Kreedman, 14M of Mr. and Mrs. I Freed man, made her debut t al Pier Park Sath"^ lore an audience I of some l.iniii persons. Susan is? a irold Robin. % %  '' %  I MrLouis Makovsky. of >'<•' Aver : hive as their guests lh(iri1 Ir~ AlChalek. and n Richard, of Ix>ng Island, York Mrs Chalek is a niece M Mr an I Mrs irwin Makovsky aid Mr. ami Mrs „ arry j ^^ ,, A son was born to r and M, j u i es p (-banning a' Jackson Memorial Hos-I, c Thl Winnings, who live at Miami Beach. ther children. Ma,', r ents are Mr. and '•"'"'' Spund, of Miami Beach W Was! ,, ( Souo, !!1 '"'• m he of Optometry. ,,,,' h-announcNoel Teacher, son hi i 1930 SW 33rd lined the Deans eholarship during lu.> i Prior to entering "L^hfrn ( ollege of Opf tometrv. iity pie University alumnus and served two years in the Army Transportation Corps as a first lieutenant. He now is associated with his father in business in Philadelphia. After a honeymoon in Haiti, the couple will reside in Elkins Park. he attended the University of Miami as a Dade County Scholarship student. At the University, he was a member of Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity. Be is a member of Omega Epsilon Phi National Optometric Fraternity and the Illumination Engineering Society at Southern College. Martin S. Plefkin DfcPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 37 N. E. Stn Street Phone l-SaOl AL MEIDENBERG, Owmr i 'jyi24!£§ the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS •reg. U.H. pat. off. Miami Miami Boach Ft Lauderdale • '.Vest Palm Baach FE BRUA RY THE MIAMI SOCIETY FOR ETH1CAI CULTURE presents DR. JOSEPH R. NAR0T of Templa Israel on the subject of THE TRIAL Of ETHICS next Sunday. Feb. 14th. 11 a.m., at | the lindsey Hp;.ins School, 1410 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami. DJ not miss' ( ths opportunity of listings to one'J of the Btost brilliant and enlighten, ed Rabbis on thj Reform oj!,>it. YOU WILL FIND THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION of BOYS AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI BEACH at MORRIS BROTHERS MIAMI BEACH 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE DER YIDDISHER FORUM MEETS EVERY SATURDAY, 8 p.m. KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION 141S Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13th Guest Speaker (from New fork : ISRAEL STEINBAUM Topic: THE FUTURE Of BI-UNGUAUSm IN KWISH LIU IN AMERICA" fOK REAL SATISf ACTION TED BRAMSON INVfTES YOU TO USE NATIONAL Ex terminator?* ^P> ESTABtfSHED 193 *"" "^^v BUM rffcnoy ^ 3-5210 DIAL 58-7341 BETTER SERVICE AT REASONABLE PRICES National" S / 3D k P HOTOGRAPHY CAPTURE THE EXQUISITE TRUE TO LIFE COLOR OF YOUR WEDDING, BAR MITZVAH, ANNIVERSARY, OR PARTY IN 3D ALSO BLACK A WHITE CANDIDS SEE THEM NO OBLIGATION RALPH BARGTEIL Phone 83-8431 a. I



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vJewlstncrkMan >AY, FEBRUARn^S? AARON M. KANNER Campaign Chairman CARL WEINKLE ftdtratisii Frtsidtnt THIS IS fo* 1954 COMBINED^JEWISH APPEAL! AN 0 TEESE ABE YOTR CAMPAIGN LEADERS They have heen given I he responsibility of ^ organizing, inspiring, and energizing the generosity, the miilerstaiiding. and the will off oar eoniimuiitv • $1,491,806 muNt be raised to meet tlie minimum needs of .VI vital ageneios here in Miami. Overseas, in Israel and throughout the I'nited States. Lei's net bchiml these men ami womvn — The ranauanl ot our vommunitu Unite in Serving the Needs of Our People — EVERYWHERE JOIN THE RANKS OF CJA VOLUNTEERS! General Campaign Chairman oi 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal AARON M. KANNER VICF CHAIRMEN Mrs. Louis Altschul Sam Blank Joseph Cherner Moses Ginsberg Dr. Morris Goodman Leon Jacobs Howard Kane Marcie liberman I. I. Mintier Max Oroviti Dan B. Ruskht Jacob Sher Harry Sirkin Officers of Greater Miami Jewish federation PRESIDENT HONORARY PRESIDENT VICE PRES'DENT VICE PRESIDENT VICE PRES.DENT Carl Weinkle Dan B. Ruskin Sam Friedland Howard Kane Aaron M. Kanner VICE PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER Sidney Lefcourt Stanley C. Myers Mrs. Fannie Sclig Charles Fruchtman Pace Setters Samuel Friedland Initial Gifts Samuel C. tevcnson BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIVISION SAM J. HEIMAN, Chairman GROUP CHAIRMEN Leo Cha'lkin -Food and Restaurants Louis Heiman—Professions Albert J. Hirsch—Personal Services Artie Kraviti—Retail Merchants' Apparel Joseph M. Lipton and Larry L. RosenbergAutomotive and Finance Jacob Rabinowiti-Jewelry Sam Resnick-Builders, Real Estate, Motels Leo Rost-liquor and Amusements John N. Seibm Needle Trades Lee Simkins-light Mfg. and Utilities Alfred S. Sokol-Furniture SPECIAL GROUP CHAIRMEN Leo Ackerman William Edelstein Sam A. Goldstein Rabbi Irving Lehrman Abe Kurman William D. Singer William Weintraub DIVISION CHAIRMEN Produce Carl Susskind Edward Dokson Isadore Hecht, Jr. Drugs and Sundries Samuel Goldman Jerry Stern • Herbert Grossman Women's Wear Maurice Cromer Men's Wear Herbert Blate Louis Suchman Children's Wear Sam Suchman Shoes Jack Daner Toys and Novelties Sam Ervais Retail Stores CORAL GABLES Nat Winokur ALLAPATTAH and LITTLE RIVER Theodore Goldstein EDISON CENTER Irving B. Kole George Rosenfield SOUTH MIAMI BEACH Frank M. Seiden FLAGLER STREET AREA, DOWNTOWN Barney Slifkin ALLAPATTAH Julius Sperling DEPARTMENT STORES Bernard Sterling Food Wholesale and Retail Aaron Weinkle Max Hondshu louis Josephson Bernard Stevens Restaurants Joseph Mechlow Restaurant Equipment Jerry Adetman Liquor Marvin Ltvin Jay Weiss Architects Irvin Korach Contractors Arthur M. Shandloff Plumbing Ben Markowiti Paints. Chemicals and Hardware Al Sherman Real Estate Leo Eisenstein, Miami Beach Lawyers Leon A. Epstein, Miami Harry Zukernick, Miami Beach Accountants William Kneapler, Miami Photographers Arthur DeGvti, Miami Beach Paper and Paper Boxes Lee Lebew Banks and Investments Hylana Rifos Insurance Edward leitner, Life Frank C. Kote, Gen. Insurance—Beach Automotive William Lehman, Miami WOMEN'S DIVISION MRS. JACK A. ABLIN and MRS. IRVING LEHRMAN, Co-Chairmen Miami Coral Gables Pace Setters Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Chairman Combined-Unlimited Luncheon Mrs. Morris Alpert, Chairman Young Adults Mrs. Gordon Marmoiotoin Jack Dkksoa HOTELS Jack Moravckkk APARTMENT HOUSES Daniel M Broad Irving Schatzman WINTER RESIDENTS Louis Goldman Arnold Seeder GENERAL MOBILIZATION 'RED K. SHOCHET, Chairman HIALEAH Sponsors Mrs. Aaron Forr, Co-Chairman Mrs. Frances C. Miller, Co-Chairman Patrons Mrs. Louis Glasser, Co-Chairman Mrs. David Phillips, Co-Chairman NORTH.DAOE Mrs. rd Blank MIAMI George Chtrrkof MIAMI BEACH Georqe J. Taliaaoff SOUTH MIAMI HOMESTEAD Sidney Peckett WEST MIAMI Nelson S. Chaplin. ond wo^'j'!" r e .'"" ,b C '''" *• •" % %  *># %  •• or dovofed empowers tribute is th.ir. IIT JZZT1 '" "" *""*" ''*'• of CJA. Commendation ond Wrt-JUl HONOR TO THt VOIONTEEBS OF OUR COMBINE JEWISH AMAU Mrs. Nat Becker Mrs. William Kn<"ipler CORAL CABLES Stanley C. Myers HAGIERGRANADA Irving lax NORTH MIAMI BEACH Louis Wallace Jacob Put,



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ffilDAY FEBRUARYJ2. 1S5£ MacDonald Urges Miamians to Support Israel; Charges Arabs With Belligerence +Je*istirk>rldian PAGE 11 A ; 0 ISRAEL BOND HONORS: lames G. MacDonald, left, this country's first Ambassador to Israel, is shown presenting a special plaque on behalf of Israel Bonds to Louis Kenin of the Algiers Hotel for service to Israel. An urgent appeal to the Greater Miami community for increased investment in State of Israel Bonds "as an answer to the Arab threat" was voiced here this week by the Hot) James G. McDonald, this country \s first Ambassador to ImeJ, Principal speaker at a testimonial d.nner under 1 a Vieriices of [area I Bonds honoring theliree operators ol the Algiers Hotel. McDonald presented special plaque to Dave Eevinson, Louis Kenin and Charles Posner [or their service to Israel. Fellow hotelman B. I. Binder presided at the dinner, and the benediction waa delivered by Rabbi Leon Kronish. Mayor Harold Shapiro n| Miami Beach, presented the City to the three guests of honor McD< nald < liarged that the Arab peoples among themselves, have divided i he responsibility of break |. srae ] d„ wn D y even means short of war." 1 nown authority on interMbona iffairs, McDonald added: '" %  '' n hae fallen the rwpoav "btlitj ol .allying world opinion JWinsI Israel; Syria constantly threatenstrife, forcing Israel to maintain a costly defense armv Jordan has the job of bedevilling jne frontier with the purpose of u-mpiim; Krael into possible India cretin,,. Egyp has he role 0| Wncking the Suez and the Port of Oath." The Arab world has two hopes. according u, McDonald"'That Is*' *'" br ek 'tself with the tre %  Mb job of trying to absorb ?Z ""'"''-'"ants and that sup port from Jewish communities in the United States, via the medium of United Jewish Appeal and Sstate of Israel Bonds, will diminish." McDonald warned that the only answer the Miami and Miami Beach communities can give to this threat is to prove by action that Jewish support for Israel will not decline. In conclusion h e stressed tRe tirgency of providing additional funds at this time through abe purchase of State of Israel Bonds. McDonald was introduced byBinder and thanked by David Uchill. prominent Denver business man and a member of the Board of Governors of State of Israel Bonds. Vaudeville Scheduled f ur vaudeville acts ;i both if ""'" and evening session*, plus -n mush by Betty Lee Taylor, anm","""" 1 Vi8ltor "' :h <' fth ""••I ..vater Miami Industrial I % %  ; ';"" % %  • al Dinner Key Audi "' March 5,h hr8h 14th. ha "" "• JW kWal "wnent committee. th| lh '; "position is to encourage de in'.h '" anufac, ^ good" and Teater Miami area hibit,rs' A !"i ,U d to draw 2 ex v.s,t,,rs i Upward of 00(m rs "Milan said. the,hor 'o ytheCU >' o fl,iami **'^Lr 1 a,, l im atlrart Th er „ c,urer8 to the area. lo.ooo*,'.' ""* 1 300 P ,anU making jsrjftr, '"' s anf l employing about ^ to VEux" 0 "" he !" Flagler Musical Comedy To Run Three Nights Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center's forthcoming produc-1 tion. Fanny Get Your Gun. will be j shown for three nights perform-1 ances Saturday, February 20th. and Sunday. February 21st, and Saturday. February 27th. The show, an original musical comedy written by Mickey Gittlesi.n and Miriam Schiff and directed by Ed Moore, has a cast of 20—all members of the Center. Dr. Nearing to Speak Dr. Scott Nearing, noted sociologist, will be guest speaker on Sat urday afternoon, 3:30 p.m.. at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, 11th Street and Ocean Court. Dr. Nearing will discuss: The Illusion Of National Security. He is former Professor of Economics at the University of Pennsylvania and former Dean of the College of Arts ami Sciences at Toledo. Suez Canal Question May Put United Nations into Long Period of inaction Steinbaum will Speak At Yiddisher Forum Israel Steinbaum will be principal speaker at a meeting of Der yiddisher Forum on Saturday evening, February 13th. 8 p.m., at Kneseth Israel Congregation. Steinbaum will discuss: The Future Of Bi-Lingualism In American Jewish Life. Der Yiddisher Forum is a weekly function sponsored by the Greater Miami VIVO Commit tee. Mrs. Palmer is Hostess Mrs Sidney 1'almer was hostess Wednesday at her home, 304 SW 2nd Avenue, Miami, to members of the Miami Chapter, American Jewish Congress The program includjed a Board meeting and a fundraising luncheon and card party. Mrs. Meyers Opens Campaign for Post Of Circuit Judge Campaign of Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, a member of the Dade County School "Board, a Miami Beach attorney and a civic worker, is under way for the post of Circuit Court Judge in Croup 5. Mrs. Meyers qualified late in January and has already opened campaign headquarters at 18 NVV 1st Avenue. lira Meyers waa appointed to the School Board last November by Acting Governor Charley Johns She has declared that, while running in the Circuit Judge race, she will continue to perform her school duties is the Board member from District 5. which includes Miami Beach and the north county area. Mrs. Meyers this week assured Dade countians that she will not carry her campaign into the schools in any way. Before coming to Miami Beach in 1934, Mrs. Meyers lived in Connecticut and New York. Her background includes that of a rural school teacher, nurse, social work and the study of law. She has served with the rank of, lieutenant in New York City's Crime Prevention Bureau and in the Emergency Belief Administration with 150 investigators working under her. Mrs. Meyers received the law degree in New York in 1928. and was admitted to the bar there in 1932. She was admitted to the Dade County Bar in 1936. She has v, r ved on the Dade County Community Chest Budget Committee, membei of 'he county's Welfare Planning Council, is a past president of the Jewish Social Service Bureau, an office she held 3 years, and has served as secretary and trustee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. She is a member of the Miami Soroptomist Club and of the Miami Beach. Dade and Florida Bar Associations. Mrs Meyers is married to Benjamin Meyers, a Miami Bottled Gas Company executive. They reside at 820 West Di Lido Island. Miami Beach. Continued from Pag* 2 A the Egyptian complaint, he might have something to say on it as it Waa the procedure of the Council to adopt its agenda at each meeting Complaint "Spurious" The pending battle in the Security Council was preceded by a! mimeograph machine due which' left LN reporters agape. It was opened by distribution of an Egyp tian delegation handout charging the Israeli Government with filing a "spurious complaint" against Egypt with the Security Council to cover up the 'moral damage suffered by Israel as a result of the recent condemnation of its butchery of innocent Arab men, women and children" at Kibya. The Israeli complaint that Egypt is violating a Security Council resolution and the Israel-Egyptian armistice agreement by its blockade at the Suez Canal against Israel-bound shipping was characterized by the Egyptian statement as a "three-barrelled gun designed for Arab hatred-blazing, Israel's censure-erasing and Zionist fund raising." The significance of gcographi' Cal distortions," the statement continued, "spell out at the very outset of an official memorandum to the Security Council by calling the Gulf of Aqaba that of Eilat. cannot fail to give rise to further misgiving! regarding Zionist expansion in the Middle East." Statement "Ridiculous" The Israeli delegation characterized the Egyptian statement as "one of the most ridiculous statements in international history and literature" and said it showed "a spirit of complete and intransigeant desperation." The statement, the Israelis charged, "failed to touch in any substantive manner upon the central fea turps of Israel's complaint." Egypt's position, the Israelis declared, was defined by the Security Council in 1952 as an "illicit abuse of Egypt's rights and obligations The Israeli statement added that "Egypt now faces the just indignation of world opinion over this da fiance of international law and [ arbitrary interference with the rights and interests of Israel and of other maritime countries." The Washington Daily News meanwhile said editorially this week that Israeli's complaint ti the United Nations on the Egyp tian blockade "is a commendable step, deserving the utmost effor and backbone of the SecufitCtP'noiL" The editorial called Egypt's vi : lation ol tne Jf5l Security Pounci order to end the Suez Canal block ade against Israel shipping "a flag rant case." Calls for Hebrew High Schoo A Hebrew Academy High Schoo to be located in the Miami are; with a full secular and Hebrevprogram, was urged this week, b;. Prof. Sidney B. Hoenig. chairman Division of Jewish Studied at Ye shiva University, New York, aov. visiting Miami. Prof. Hoenig madt the statement at an administrative meeting of the Academy here. Hebrew School to Meet • Miami Hebrew School and Con gregation will have a regular meet ing Wednesday evening. February 17th. 8 p.m.. it has been announce! by H. M. Drewich. president KJaa>r^ v Louis Adler and his orchestra provide dance music for pctrons at swank LaRue's restaurant and supper club. Carmen Cavallaro is featured. ADRIAN McCUNE COMPANY APPRAISERS • COUNSELORS ADRIAN McCUNE, M.A.I. MARION C. McCUNE, M.A.I. FIRST FEDERAL BUILDING MIAMI Kstahlished 1914 Variety Club Sets Show For Children's Hospital Announcement of the Variety Club Show Of Shows on Tuesday, February 16th, has started the Miami Beach Auditorium box office "buzzing with activity." according to Claude Bitter, auditorium manager who is chairman of the Ticket Committee for the benefit show for Variety Children's Hospital. The show starts at 9 p.m.. with all proceeds for the local hospital. For the seventh year in a row, L2 Rhode will lead the orchestra for the show which is slated to run "for hours and hours and hours." Sid Franklin is again slated to handle the backstage and production chorea. Mrs. *••• Bfmutr Mtycrt



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PAGE 12 A 9-JmlstnerkHar FRIDAY. FEBRUARY Opera Guild Slates Verdi Work Here An American soprano singing her first engagement in Miami and an American contralto returning after one successfnl performance lure will lean] up as the two IV ni.ilc leads in the Opera Guild of r Miami's production of n Xrovator'e UiK month* Astrfd Vji'iay. whose reputation as a dramatic soprano is growing yearly, and Claramae Tinner, who will be remembered by Miamians for her fine singing in the Guild's 1951 Die Fledermaus, will sing repeclively the roles of Leonora and Miss Turner Miss Varnay Azucena in the Verdi opera scheduled for Dade County Auditorium February 27th and March 3rd and Miami Beach Auditorium on March 1st. The role ol Leonora's lover. Manrico. will be sung by Jussi Bjerling. Robert Weede, who's been popular in previous Guild roles, will sins Count di Luna. All four singers are Metropolitan Opera favorites Miss Varnay received unusually high praise for her performance at last summer's Bayrouth Festival and has become one ol the dependable singers of Wagner roles al the Metropolitan. Claramae Turner started her career in the chorus of the San! Francisco Opera company and en tered the Metropolitan in 1046 as its youngest member. Her debut was in the title role of Menotti's The Medium, which was also the world premiere of the opera. She now has an operatic repertoire of i ver 75 roles, Jerome Rubinowitz To be Honored at Beach Center Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritua leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, will present the Ner Tamid .' medal, the highest Boj Scout re ligious award to Jerome Rubino wiU at the !i a.m. Saturday son ice on Pebruan 13th in the main synagogue ol liie C nter. Tin-fir: M %  .!' ach Sc.uit It receive the medal, Ferome was su pervised bj Ra I>I Lehrman ami Saul Rabin, educ iti< nal i! rector "i the Center, in his pn paration to meet the re |u ents The N >r Tamid medal repre ents ill • c en pletion <>t a -, i. ;tu lies cover ng the areas ol %  w -!i practices history and traditi m, ..well aservice to the syna? iguc md community lite. Rabbi Lehrman ex plained. The medal iframed bj a bin'' .ml white ribbon, the colors ol the ancient prayer -bawl, and has attached a min..itare "I the Ner Ta mid lamp, "• eternal light, which hangs over lieHoi) Ark. In honor ol lb-' occasion, Je rome, son id' Mr. and MrSidney Rubinowitz, will chant I he Hal torah during the st n ice He is a paired leader and life scout of Troop 45 and is the bead den chief of Cub Pack 63 of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, Harry .1 Sonz, Boy Scout official, announces that all scouts and cubs are invited to witness the ceremony. Dr. Morris Klienman. of Miami Beach (extreme right), was hosl to a group of Shriners foi dinner at Ruby's Restaurant. Left to : are S. H. Cohen, cf California, Meyer Felsher, Murray Baum and Dr. Lou Novak, all of Miami Beach. Waldman is Host To Hebrew Academy Hebrew Academy Journal on: What The Academy Means To ih Committee this week announced a alke on Saturday evening, February Kith. 330 pin., at the %  Hotel, 1141 Ocean Drive Hi hlighl Ol lb" evening will be musical selections rendered by the famous boy Cantor, Lazarke Ber :, i \:-., scheduled is a community -in.; of both religious and Israeli songs, led by Alex Miller Seymour Spotter, senior pupil of the Hebrew Academy, will speak Me Rev. Joseph Waldman, host for the evening, will also act as toast Jewish Humor Discussed Solomon B. Komaiko will Alton Road, on February 13th at 1:30 p.m. Mrs Henry J Nelson is chairman. The musical program is being arranged by Mrs Irwin Weinstem Mrs. William Keuer will welcome new memberwho will learn ol Hadassah's undertaking in Israel. Mrs Mark I.ackman is co-chair man. assisted by the Mesdames Benjamin Kohl, Sarah Holland. Herman Philips, Abe Robinson, Jack Muravchick and Jack Silverman. Music, Arts League Slates Program Thursday in Miami Miami Beach Music and Arts I eague will present a program on Thursdav. February 18th, 8.30 p.m.. at 2131 SW 21st Terrace, according to Miss Ruth Brotman. Chief Yellow Thunder, of tension and radio fame, will present in Indian costume authentic American Indian folk lore Hannah Kahn will discuss trendin Modern Poetry. Others to appear are Kstelle Pap pas, Greek American pianist, who will play a group ol Chopin and Mana-Zuca compositions— Bernard Kletsky, violonist and member ol Ihe University of Miami Orchestra Who Will play a group Of solo-; and Susan Talianoff, 13-year-old so prano, who will sing a group of operatic anas, accompanied by her teacher. Carole D'Arcy. Mrs Dorothy Cole will be hostess of the evening. I #4Vnf Uoodiv! i Israelite Center Meeting The Israelite Center will hold a Hoard meeting at the (enter on Tuesday evening, 8 p.m., with I'avid Granat, chairman of the Board, presiding. 2 SOUTHERN Jf 35 FRIED CHICKEN I Served with Soup, trench fries, or Candied Yarn* fresh Vegetables and Coffee Hoi Biscuits and Honey ALSO SfttVING DUICIOUS SI A fOOD, STfAKS and CHOPS CHICK INN 1101 S.W. 27th AVENUE Phone 49539 TREAT YOURSELF to a superb DINNER tonight famous O ALTZ cuisine DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED THE GOOD 43rd & COLLINS PHONE 58-1451 N0TII Form New Congregation A synagogue, to be called North west Jewish Congregation, has been announced here by Rev. S. Guttman. of 550 NAV 39th Avenue. According to Rev. Guttman. Sabbath services are already being held regularly at 9 a.m. at 3681 NW 2nd Street. TRAIL CAFETERIA ANDY FRAZIER, Owner 2546 S.W. 8th Street Phone 83-6255 (AIK CONDITIONED; Food To Plemse All The FamUm DAILY SPECIAL ENTREE: LUNCH 29c DINNER 49 c FREE PARKING s trathHaven HOTEL On the Ocean 411 OCEAN DRIVE Is Now Open to Serve You for the Coming Season Strictly Kosher DINING ROOM MODERATE RATES for Reservations Phone 5-4691 STRATH HAVEN ROOM TRITON HOTEL DINING 2729 COUINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Phone for Reservations 5 6651 • 5-4907 • Air Conditioned Erwin ana Louise Frishnet CATERERS KOSHER WtDDINCS c = $ MENDELSOHN'S fINfST UrUOM SERVICE FOR BAM MITZVAHS, AND OTHER SOCIAL AffAIKS Also Serving Orqonijotion Functions ,.?"' K AH"""" •"' Catering Service Under Complete Supervision ol RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF AND THE MTrTjACOi VAAD HAKASHROTH Try (he Delicious Rather Dishes Served at Oar Kestauront CATERING DIVISION ROSED ALE RESTAURANT KOSHER STYLE COOKING • PRIVATE DINING ROOM • AIR CONDITIONED • FREE PARKING 170 N. W. 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flroAYjHWARY 12. 1954 Obituaries sj^mafcc PAGE 13 A ... TH A CORDON QOLDtMITH 8 ,.I, \\V r-'ml I'lace, pasey-d away WXRe i „y her huabainl, Louis; i v. V lirandt; one broth••ffi. llnrd'iiii: two slider*, Batty "V. ,nd Mai Kleenman; and her "" d L MiAnnie • !••• •<• Services Lviiruaiv let at the Miami DR MAX ROSENJHAL r ii "in Street, died on Feh'* hie wife and tine.sen-. including Aaron l.evlnson of Miami Beach lie alao leaves a daughtei Set vl< ei and miei mem were In Detroit, with Rtt •--I.i. Memorial Chanel in charm of arrangementa. ABRAHAM S. GREENBERO r ,. 11(13 Indereon Road. Loral Oab,,l ,II f. I.ruai i 7th In a lo.al J* ii, i survived by hla aona, ,.,.„ and Joel iireenlK.ru, M Sophie S<.lomon. i t-bruary Ith at the i ; i, nli intei meiit at DAVID BLA8H r ; street, died net a. win Ida, hiand tin-He i;inin f Brooklyn -Vi ,',: %  ;> E3 .SSS, Freund Unveiling : on^MoSS^u,' The dedication of a monument to J „, i, HI, llellman'a Iuncial I the memory I : arrangements. SAM OLESHANSKY JJ | n t, tni lure from Hetrolt. MAX GRAUER 61, of Woodmen-. |.,,i, K laland, New York, iileil on rebruar) in Minn. Beach Riverside waa in charge of local arraiiKementx Freund. fornwny is Street, Miami fcach, will take place Sunday. Pebruary'4th, 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Mr. Freund is survived by his wife. fLsteile. and two daughters, Lucille and Ruth. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Sunday, February RiveraM* was in darp '' "•^ nl "JOSEPH N. FRANKEL a a ainti'i ^ sltur here from l,ouls, .,1 on Saturday, y. %  %  Miami Beach River* ig< of arrangements. ELVIRA ZEEMAN • %  Hi Street. (iolden dieil on Saturday, February Rlverefae waa in -'"" %  ma NATHAN SIEGEL tteet, died on Saturi iordon'a M la ml ,. uuel waa i" l name nta. BERNARD FRANK %  III at tinNaval Ki ^ West, died in H Kebruery Irui. !!• If I Ke\ \VY-t Rent B the I 'In n numbing Board 1 urand Rapids. Mich.. L Aaron and Leslie I. of Chicago, and Marvin L. of Miami, also a daughter. Mrs. Adele G. Weinhaus of Chicago. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company, Friends and relatives are asked to attend. i Cohodes Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Joseph H. Cohodes. will take place Sunday. February 4th at 2:30 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi David Shapiro officiating. Mr. Cohodes is survived by her wife. Esther and four sons. David, of I %  ughtei I, liar • I Namy Sue: two Frank and Jack Mian. mil hi* parents, Mr. ana 0 i i. i also ol Miami %  i I,, uary ith. ith pel In linn He of I I i04* ISAAC GILLIS .s r-t Street, died on ) Inn' I inei al Haxne i. M lint Re ol arrange. Fir of M ment-. MAX WISEMAN Ml llli StriST, III i ;rtMn r*um ral hai ii' iif af U: HARRY TELLISH s\V street, died on Keb• i i ,-,i n net of ir he came here alx Beqler School to Have Party on Friday The Beglt-r School valentine parI) will be held on Frliay, February 12th Children will present a program of Mings, dances and playlets featuring Mark 1'ress. the Valentine Mailman; Helene Keinbefg, Queen ol Hearts; Alan Barkoff. King of tarts; ami a supporting cast from the children of the lower and upper kinder.,,ri,n and first and second gradeMandel Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Max ty Mandel. formerly of7940 Byron 'Avenue, will take jtfaee Sunday. February Uth/lfpilf^t Mt. SttSi Memorial Park Cemetery with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating. Mr. Mandel is survived by his wife Sarah and two sons, Phil and Frank. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Cantor Kusevitsky to Stop at Hotel Good Famed Cantor ol Warsaw, Moshe h; "'Mtzky. will give a concert at "ie Miami Beach Jewish Center on february 17th toring his stay j n Miami Beach newiil be the guest of his friends, r -* Kamily at their Hotel wwi n the ocean at 43rd Street. "-anlor Kusevitzky is the pos-ses•w of one ,,i the g reat e S t tenor 'ces of his neneration. fashi "on Show Slated., f or Temple Beth Sholem Pr ,'"" B,,ll iufl of 1954 will be W lunch-'-1 a n ~' Si ? ter ^ 00 J 1 1 Miami "Monument Kurtz Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Samuel M. Kurtz, formerly of 3519 SW 9th Terrace, will take place Sunday, February 14th at 1 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. Mr. Kurtz is survived by his wife Bertha; two sons," Henry and Martin; also a daughter, Judith; one brother, Herman, and a sister. Rose Witt, both of Chi cago. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Siegel Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Annie Siegel, formerly of 1001 Pennsylvania Avenue, will take place Sunday. February 14th at 2 p.m.. at Mt Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. Mrs. Siegel is survived by her husband, Sam; two sons, Aaron and Jacob; a daughter, Frances Levine, and a brother, Henry Brill. Arrange ments are in charge of Palmer's Company Sholom u. 0l J emple Beth Friends and relatives are asked to Bf"nilBfLSSS —* ^ •W33SUUB North Shore Cord Parly h ^ Simon Wolff, a Board memand L S jJ n rin 8 'he fashion show, Mrs L„ c M J? uncc B Shei > ""• thehmJi "" •""'' <-<>-chairmen of bpS r *VM II W. Waahlnaton si Chicago L-. Illinois Vi'I ARE HKKEHV NOTIFIED thai miit for divorce ha.** been HW'il aKuinxt you In thiibuve atyletl Court. and you are hereby required iii file copy of your Anawer to the Complaint Tot Divorce fiiwi acalnal you on the Plaintiff. s Attorney*, BISHOP AND I'KI.MI. I3S KtalMh Drle, Hlaleuli, Florida, ami file the original said Answer In th.office o( th,Clerk of the above Htyled Court, on or before the 12th da) of March, IM4, otherwlae .1 Decree Pro Confeaao will be ontafed against you. Hated at Miami, Dtflte County, Florida, inith da\ nf Febi uai >. lS'-t. K Ii LEATHERMAN, cierk of the Circuit I' of i I.MI.i 'ottntv, Florida By w.M W. STOCK IN ti Hepim i'lerk t/11-lt-II 3/3 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1662tS II. si: RI M;.\I,, Plaintiff, EMANl'EL ROOAL, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: EMANL'EL KIM;AL. :,f,ii W. ISJnd St., New York It. New York TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a hill of complain) for dlvo IIBH been filed acainst you, and ) are raQulred to lerve %  copy of yaa answer or pleading to Bald hill 61 complaint upon the plaintiff's all01 nev, SA.MI-KI. VOOELBAl'M, ttH s K Ind Avenue, Miami :'.-'. Florida, ami fibthe original answer or pleading in tinoffice of Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the IStll da) "f March, li.'.l If you fail t.. do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the lull of complaint DATED al Miami. Hoi Ida. this 10th day of February, ItM K. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court B) w.M w STOCKING, Pepuiv Clerk %  J IL'-ID-ZS — 3 : %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 166232 JOHN MAODALANY, Plaintiff, va, FRANCES MAORALANY, Defendant, TO: FRANCE8 M tODALANY I_'N 7i h A i-nuiBrooklyn, New York You are required to aerra • copy ol your .niswii to the Hill of Complaint for ln\oi I, tip. plain tiff a attorney, and to file the original anawer In the offli of the Cleek of the Cln i l Court on or before ci".ih da) of M;ir h, .\ %  1954: otherwlae, the Bill ,,r Compla ni for Divorce, heretofore i i. i herein, will be taken as confeaa,-il h\ rou l lati i ai Miami. I'loiida. this the t'th day of Iebruarj 1931 i: i: LEATHERMAN, cieik of the Circuit Court, i de i '"'inn l-"loi Ida fCIn ;iit i 'ourt Heal) B) w.M W ETOCKINO, lieputv Clerk Name and Addreaa of I'lalnlifi "Solicitor: MILTON \ FRIEDMAN in^:i Seybold BulMlnt, Miami. Florid! ) U-l-M I 1 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 27852-B RE: ESTATE <>F PAl'L CHANTON, Deceaaed NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Ii hereby given that I have filed m> final report and petition for Final Hlm-hante as Kxecutrix of the .•-t.it. %  ..I PAUL CHANTON, deceaaed and that on the Mh day of March, 1H.-.4. I will apply to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, Florida, for approval of Bald fin il report and for final discharge as Kxecutrix of the Batata of PAUL CHANTON, deceased. ThU Mh dav of February, 1934 ROSA CHANTON .1 ^COBJ MTER8, HE!MAN .v KAPLAN A ttoi ne' .for Executrix 2 iz-ia-M — 3 s BS ojGUST BROS RV| h ri" nn/' \?) Oedivated to the Jesrifth Muttic Month 3rd "SHIR HASHIRIM" CONCERT (SONG Of SONGS) Given y fee •Jewish Folk thoniM of Greater Miami IBVINC R. KMUNMAN, Coadecter Sunday. Febraary 2Kih. 8::i# p.m. of Ihe 3liami Beach Auditorium PROGRAM 1. GUEST ARTISTS Ensemble Comeoied ef membert af the Symphony Orcheitra af Hie Unhrersity ef Miami 2. Mary Davits lyric Saarnae 3. Irving R. Korenman in Pioae Sales 'IZVil BRIDtR" (TWO UI0THUS) The Immortal Oratorio Poem by I. L Pereti Mask by Jacob Schaefer accompanied by • Symphonic Ensemble "UDtRKRANTZ" AN ALBUM Of American, Jewish and Israeli Songs FRANCES WARSOWE "f]bf Hie Piane



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PAGE 14 A +JeistiFkrldtori FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12. io<. American Notables ... Jacob Philadelphia: The Jew of 1783 By HARRY SIMONHOFF (Harry Simonholt's column, constituting a series entitled, Imen'con Notables, is being published by The Jewish f/oridinn s part of the tercentenary celebration of Jewish settlement in he United States.-The Editors.) Mystery attaches to the first Jew born in Pennsylvania. Ve know neither his birth year nor the name of his parnts. Under the assumed name of Jacob Philadelphia, he [ ttained fame in Europe as lecturer, scientist, mystic, as' rologer and magician. In 1750, Jacob sailed for England, armed with a recommendation that got him an appointment in the experimental laboratories belonging to the Duke of Cumberland low he got training for scientific experimentation in a parsely settled land without the facilities for elementary earning remained an open question until answered by ulius F. Sachse. This investigator unearthed a community !• -t mystics who lived near Philadelphia at the close of the ',. 7th century. In this communistic group known as "Worn, n of the Wilderness" were Rosicrucian pietists who lived J 'n seclusion as hermits and cultivated the Jewish Cabala with other occult speculations. One of them, Dr. Chris opher Witt, practiced medicine and lived in semi-retirenent at Germantown. This Dr. Witt was reputed to be a botanist and astronomer. He had knowledge of Cabalistic and esoteric lore; ho eemed well versed in physics, chemistry, horology and he mechanical arts. Astrology fitted in with his astronmy as the occult with the scientific. All this amazing earning would perish in the wilderness of a new world inless passed on to disciples. It appears that the German loctor imparted his science and learning, the mystical • nd the occult, to the Jewish lad thirsting for knowledge n the woodlands of Pennsylvania surrounded hy red avages. The letter from Dr. Witt had great weight with Lord lenry Frederick. Duke of Cumberland, who became patron o the American student. Jacob spent several years "ii he Duke's estate. He studied mathematics and perfected limself fn ihe mechanical sciences. When the Duke died n 1758. Jacob was proficient enough to lecture before earned societies in England and the universities on the ontinent. Age of Reason The 18th century was %  curious blend of contrasts Against the Divine Right of kings revolutions were brewing. In the face of despotic churches, a widespread deism and agnosticism prevailed. In this era of aufklacrung (enlightenment! the Inquisition was still roasting heretics in Spain and Portugal. Learning and philosophy attained high respect, vet ignorance was rampant. Mechanical and physical sciences began to astonish with their marvels, while the popular mind quaked under superstitious terIn this combination of reason and obscurantism Giuseppe Balsame. an Italian physician calling himself Count Cagliostro. could befuddle even the intelligent with his charlatanry Casanova, a talented rascal, passed for a wandering philosopher. The Austrian Dr. Franz Anton Mesmer. who gave his name to the new phenomenon of hypnotism, had to indulge in mummery and quack erv at hi> seances. Jacob Philadelphia had qualifications for this European ambivalence ol erudition and necromancy, of reason and mysticism, of physics and astrology, of science and crystal gazing. For good fees he delivered lectures before learned bodies and groups not so learned. While demonstrating scientific experiments, tie evidently was not above resorting to hocus-pocus. Consequently, he impressed his contemporaries as part scientist and part magician, as a combination of physicist and sorcerer, of pioneer in the mechanics of submarines and astrologist. He traveled extensively, probably to Egypt. India, and even to Portugal. just beginning to >hake off the incubus of the Inquisition. A Practical Joke Success and fame usually provoke envy. Jacob Philadelphia became the butt of some racy, if not malicious, satire on the occasion of his scheduled lectures before the University of Gottingen A wag printed a number of derisive pasquinades and posted them all over the place. They announced the coming by post-chaise, "although it would have been an easy matter for him to have come through the air," of the renowned magician, who two centuries earlier in Venice had thrown a ball of twine into the clouds and climbed the rope until out of sight. Ironically the wit listseven superhuman tricks for each performance al one Thaler admission. Perhaps the joker meant nothing more harmful than rollicking f un hut th travesty seemed too vicious for the scientific lecturer wh could not see the humor. Immediately on seeing th posters, he left Gottingen with his retinue. Nothing coiin induce him to return or ever to address the university By 1783. Jacob surmised the American Revolution to be over. Probably tired of travel, he prepared to becom a man of affairs by utilizing his knowledge of America 6 and Prussian business. He drafted a letter to the Ron! Director of Maritime Affairs for Prussia, hoping it would reach Frederick the Great. It contains sound observations on the benefits that would accrue to Prussia by establish ing commercial relations with the new American Republic He enumerates the commodities and. manufactured n ro ducts that could be exchanged and suggests a trading com pany to handle the business at great profit to the shareholders. Of course, Jacob offers his services as the best expert on American matters in Europe. The letter was ignored; yet the following year King Frederick signs uo with the USA a commercial treaty, which subsequently embodied the ideas set out by the "magician-scientist Lost in Obscurity The career of Jacob Philadelphia is shrouded in obscurity. In fact, he was completely forgotten but for a small engraved portrait hanging on the walls of the Pennsylvania Historical Society. Starting with this photo Dr. Sachse has traced his story in the files of German universities. No evidence has been discovered of any Jewish associations. His picture revals strong Dutch features, ft would have been as easy to suppress his Jewish origin as the family name. Perhaps he did. It was no religious sacrifice, for like most eminent men of his time he was no doubt, a deist or agnostic. As a professing Jew, he could hardly have received invitations to lecture before learned societies at a time of religious intolerance, when Jews were shut up in the ghettos of Germany and Italy. Yet the German sources do stale he was Jewish. On returning to his birthplace, he seems to have had no affiliations with his brethren in Philadelphia. Evidently he could not find his place in the new world and returns to Europe. The time or place of his death is unknown. Sinsburg Named -o-Chairmcn of Testimonial Here Samuel Reinhard. chairman of he David I.evinson testimonial inner scheduled fur March 7th t the Victor Hotel, has announced he appointment as co-chairman of fathan Ginsburg, owner of the •trath -Haven Hotel and prominent I ivic and religious leader. Rabbi P. Briskman. Professor at 'eshiva Torah Vodaath. representng the Theological Seminary durng his stay in Miami, said that Ginsburg has been active for Bany years in Torah Vodaath and las been one of its leading offiers since the Yeshiva was ounded." Co-chairing the dinner with Ginsiurg are Rabbi Joseph Waldman. i the Victor Hotel, and A. B. %  hen, key Mizrachi leader. In accepting the appointment. Jinsburg stated. "Torah Vodaath as served American Jewry for lore than 40 years. The 1.500 stuent body originating from some 8 countries is ample evidence of he vital role it plays in Jewish ducation. I am happy to be assoiated with an institution dedicatd to the perpetuation of our heriage and faith." Rabbi Briskman further revealed hat Yeshiva Torah Vodaath has ecently established a Western (ranch in Los Angeles, with a stunt body of close to 100 pupils. Nathan Ginsburg 3en-Gurion Branch To Install Officers Ben-Gurion Branch. Farband, "ill meet on Wednesday evening, 'ebruary 17th, 8 p.m.. at Beth El ; 'ongregation, according to Dr. i larry H. Queen, president. Officers will be installed by Ben ?:'riedman. with Abe Hamlin speakig. In addition to Dr. Queen, other I fficers include Shlome Halperin. [•ice president; Sam Quasha, retarding secretary; Blanche Quasha, inancial secretary; Rubin Burn'lein, treasurer; Manuel Burstein, ultural chairman; Mrs. Anna Sor-j Bild, publicity. i S. Halperin, JNF chairman; iurnstein aid Dr. Queen, hospitaler; B. Fraidlin, C. Furman and J. klar, executive officers. Yavatvtl Svat J. Fritz Gordon, former Circuit Court Judge seeking nomination in the fifth group to succeed Judge N. Vernon Hawthorne, retired, this week told volunteer workers he would not appoint masters or reviewers in civil suits unless requested by attorneys in the eases "Cost of litigation should be kept to a minimum." Gordon said. The candidate, a member of the Community Christian Church and exalted ruler of the Coral Gables Lodge of Elks, also is president of the Miami Chamber of Commerce Better Business Bureau As Bureau president, Gordon has been reportedly responsible for the tightening of city ordinances regulating solicitors and requiring licenses and has further led the fight against frauds in advertising his supporters say. Gordon, a 1924 graduate in law at Mercer University, has been a resident of the Greater Miami ana since that time. He served as an assistant county solicitor, in private practice handling thousands of civil suits and served two years on the Circuit Court bench. Yauna Zionists lAst .ISfairs Oneg Shabbat of the Miami Young Zionist District will be held on Friday evening. 8:30 p.m.. at the home of Miss Marilvn Duchon, 901 SW 27th Road. Rabbi Dan Marshlak will discuss immigration in Israel. Rabbi Alfred Waxman, spiritual leader of the West Miami Jewish Center, Will discuss the British and their attitude toward the 1948 War of Independence at the group's regular meeting on Tuesday evening, February Kith. 8:30 p.m.. in the Bureau of Jewish Education building. The home ol Harvey Cogeit, 1910 SW 17th Street, will "be the site of the district's musical on Thursday evening. February 18th. at 8:30 p.m. Debs Chapter Names Officers at Election Miss Patty Pearlman has been named president of the Debs Chapter, B'nai B'rith Girls. Other officers chosen at a recent election of the organization included the Misses Carol Stone, vice president; Gail Fund, recording secretary; Barbara Lefcourt. j corresponding secretary; Judy AlI pert, treasurer. The Misses Sue Schemer, chaplin, and Dawn Grossman, sergeantat-arms. Judge Eaton to Speak Weekly luncheon meeting of Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will be held on Tuesday. February 16th, 12:15 p.m., at the National Hotel. Judge Joe Eaton, of the Dade County Circuit Court, will be guest speaker. Panel on Segregation in Schools Set for Thursday A panel discussion on the local effects of a Supreme Court decision to abolish segregation in the public schools will be heard on Thursday, evening, February 18th, at 9 p.m., by the North Shore Lodge and Chapter of B'nai B'rith. Participating in the panel discussion will be Dr. Edward Van Cleef, chairman of the Intergroup Education Committee of Dade County Teachers; Mrs. Mayme Williams, a teacher of Social Studies at Booker T. Washington High School; and Dr. Jacob Cunningham. director of the Florida Regional Office 6f the National Conference of Christians and Jews and a member of the faculty at the University of Miami. Gilbert Balkin, regional director of the Anti-Defamation League, will moderate the program. West Flagler Kennel Club Presents Round-up For the fifth straight year. West Flagler Kennel Club is presenting the late sports round-up over sta tion WQAM, according to an announcement this week. Marshall Parsons give the sports news, and Jack Stevens describes the feature race at West Flagler. The program is heard Monday through Saturday at 10:48 p.m. ner In ^Z^Z^^I^ "•/* ^^ **Wy *nUy **** a ^ dent; H. D. Prensky vice presid 7 I ? tandln 9 (left to "9^ • D !" Robert Litowitx. pant pre*executive committeemen SmntJ*' ^ m Thor Pe. secretary-treasure*; and Stanley Sutnick, Camp, new president. "* Robert Ka P lun preaident-ebw*. and Dr. Willard Van



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ptp.v FEBRUARY 12, 1954 .^JmlsUhrkUan Bi-Partisan Move To Halt Sending Arms to Arabs Continued from Psflt 1 A (,)mpanif bv I I.. Kcmn. Washington representative of the CuunAddressing a meeting of the Jew j-li National Fund in New York, Kiyor Robert F. Wagntr hit out ihirply %  Ihi State Department's pjmi 11> -i ii'l arms to Saudi ArabIIHIIJ [raqi n the groundi that the as would be used against Communism "Let me say that Ihr shipment of arms to the Arab itites c;ni only result in one thijig -thecomplite undermining of any attempt to achieve a perrfnrnent peace between Israel and its surroundinu neighbor*," the Mayor ; declared. -It is utterly fantastic." he said, "not to realize that the Arab naBoa* would use these arms against ImeL There can he no question in anyone'tiiind that these weapons would be used against the State of Israel at a propitious time. Time and time again have the Arab states spoki n about a second round sfsbutf the tiny State of Israel." Addressii another meeting in New York It a b b i Mordecai Kirschblum president of the Munich! in. ation of America, called Ameri an policy in reference tip the Middle Kast one of "mafusion and cross purposes." He insisted that this "shortsinhtedness" thn itens "to set the stage f">r new aggression by the Arab n Israel." rheFarl I Labor Zionist Order km ipp< to President Fisen kower and Si i retary of State John Foster Dull* nol to send arms to the Arab states, the organization announced In a letter from Lessing J. Rosenwald to \ istant Secretary Byroade, made public last weekend. the American Council for Jud;n-iii asserted that there is no "Jewish opinion" ..n the question of I'S for the Arab" states. The Council pre-ident declared that it as up tn the State Department. not "pressure croups," to decide the questii HI Referring to the policy of "impartiality and sympathy" for the Peoples and nations of the Middle Ea>t. enunciated by President Eisenhower and Secretary of State Dulles, the Council letter expressed the hope that the State Department would he left free to work ut solutions lor the area without the pressures of "partisan democratic blocs which have bedeviled American policy in the area in the pa>t." Senator Alexander Wiley, ctiairman of the Senate Foreign Rela nu Committee, meanwhile told a meetmg of the pro-Arab Amenca Friends of the Middle East at for America to take a proJab or pro Israel approach in the . .,__...i i ., w & University of Miami's annua, Brotherhood at Miami Week will Bt underway Tuesday, February lfith. 8 p.m., with an interfaith reception in the Student club open to all students and faculty members. It will continue through Friday February 18th, with nine members of the Florida Chain of Missions. Several oi them recently returned from missionary service abroad. Md local representatives of various faiths as guest speakers in daily classroom and evening bull sessions. Feature of the reception will be a panel discussion on the question: Can Communism Survive In The Orient? Panel members will be .'Dr. and. Mrs. Kristian Jensen, of Korea; Dr. Andrew T. Roy, of Chinat Dr. Ida Scudder, of india; Roscoe Brunstetter, UM trustee; and George Brautigan, State Attorney. Dr. H. Franklin Williams, Dean of Students, will be moderator, in Other members of the visiting group who will poin in addressing students throughout BAM Week are Pastor Achille Deodato, moderator of the Waldensian Church of Italy; Rev. Hikara Yanagihara, of Japan; Dr. Clarence W. Crawford, of Washington, D.C.; Mrs. Monica Burrell Owen, specialist in American migrant problems; and Rev. John Havea. of the Island of Tonga. Dr. Joseph Narot. of Temple Israel, Miami, will join local religious group representatives in the lecture and discussion programs. breakfast meetings at the Baptist Student Union, scheduled to begin at 7:30 Wednesday through Friday, and luncheons at the Student Club from 11:30 to 1:30. Speakers will addresn classes Wednesday through Friday and will meet with the various campus religious organizations Wednesday evening and in bull sessions in the Residence Malls Thursday evening. Several of the visitors will participate in Saturday night's UM Round Table on WGBS at 9:30. Topic for discussion will bes Eyewitness Reports On Communism In Asia, with Dr. Sydney W. Head. chairman of the radio-televisionfilm department, as moderator. Brotherhood at Miami Week is sponsored each year by the University as part of its program to stimulate student interest in religion. The faculty committee on religious activities, of which Dr. Melanie R. Rosborough is chairman, is in charge of arrangements. Lee to Speak at Szold Hadassah Meeting Henrietta Szold Hadassah Group will meet at the home of Mrs. Max Greenberg. 1100 14th Street, on February 17th at 1 p.m. Charles H. Lee, noted astronomer, lecturer and commentator, will be the guest speaker. His topic is: The Place Of The Jews In Music. Mrs. Harry B. Rogers is chairAll participants will attend open' man of the discussion group. Snow-Making Machine To Lengthen Season GROSSINGER. NY—Skiing activ ity is at an all time high at the Grossinger Country Club. The resort's new development, designed by Hannes Schneider, is becoming increasingly popular with skiing enthusiasts. Harry Grossinger says that the current interest in skiing here is the greatest in the 80-year history of the hotel. A snow-making machine, which can manufacture flakes for skiiers. is expected to lengthen the skiing season by at least four weeks at the resort. HELP ISRAEL PURCHASE ISRAELI MADE PRODUCTS Fine Men's Raincoats at Reasonable Prices I /,, .. 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HEARS, tumarml Director IN PHILADELPHIA • 1512 NORTH EJROAD STREET JOSEPH LEVINE & SON FUNERAL DIRECTORS Recognised for Leadership almost 75 yoara Sponsors Thrift Sale Sisterhood of the North Dade Jewish Center will sponsor a thrift sale at the B. Thrifty store, 131st Street and NE 7th Avenue, during the week of February 15th, according to an announcement thin weeky Zeits Sponsor Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ml will sponsor a spaghetti dinner at the Hialeah-Miaml Springs Jew! Ii Community Center on Sunday. February 14th. Proceeds are for the purchase of recreational equipment to be used b*y students of the Center Religious School. Dr. Narot in Talk Dr. Joseph R, Narot. of Temp: Israel, will speak to the Miami 0Oi ciety for Ethical Culture on Sun' %  day, February 14th, 11 a"m., at the Lindsey Hopkins School, 1410 NE 2nd Avenue, on the topic: -Ttu. Trial Of Ethics. Professor Mark • Waldman will preside. BEAUTIFUL BEDROOM in private home for gentleman S.W. 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i^JlewislUEIbioidliiQtiD jflAMJ. FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 12. 1954 SEC. B Arabs in Western Galilee Pose Problems for Israel By ALEPH SHERMAN Jtwish Ttltgraphic Agency Israel acquired the Western Galilee' durinji the War of Independence, whrii her armed forces defeated and chased out the selfstyled liberator of Palestine. Fawzi Kawakji, and his marauders. The conquest received dt facto recognition, since it U oiear from a glance at the map that if this region were in Arab hands the whole Israel-settled regions in the Huleh and Eastern Galilee would be precarious, to say the least. Even now there are some 80,000 Arab* in this region and only a few thousand Jews, so for security reasons, as well as economic ones, the area must be settled. So far, most of those settlers who have built their homein the region, chiefly aloag the frontier with Lebanon. are kibbut/i n mainly of pioneer inf yoh There are not enough yaaai people however to settle Israel's empt\ -paces, so the main liwdto will have to rest on new | immigrants. j Methods of settlement are being, worked out bj trial and error, from the social as well as the agricul-, tural point ol view. In flat regions Hke the coastal plain, the Valley of Jeaeel or the Negev, the problem was one of water supply and the training of settlers. In the hilly regions of the Galilee, on the other hand, tlun still needs to be worked out a form of agriculture suitable to the area and capable of maintaining a high standard of living. In mosi cases, the land to be farmed must first be cleared of rocks and st,, neSi an( j often terraced against soil erosion, since much of the good land is in the hands of Arabs. The o r g a nizational method adopted was the 'work village"; its subsequent vicissitudes epitomize the ups and downs of the State's economic processes. The idea underlying the "work village" was that the immigrants were to be settled in the area to be cleared, m small cottages, and set to work on land-clearing, and sometimes afiorestation. During this period 'hey are to be paid wages for clear"jg the land and loaned money to Plant fruit trees and catch-crops. The idea was sound enough, but weaknesses m its execution led to a series of crises, which resulted in the toss of most of the settlers, un"' the villages were finally reorganized this June. In the first place there were too many "bosses;" both the Jewish Agency and the Jewish National Fund had a share in the responsibility, and the various welfare agencies also intervened. Settlers were given too much from one side or another and Were demoralized by learning that •hey could get as much by demanding things, as by working hard. The next unsettling influence was" the influx of political agitators during Use 1951 elections. Representatives of parties told these primitive peoples that they were not well enough treated and that if only this or that party were elected they would have all kinds of privileges. One of the religious parties allegedly went as far as to bring ice boxes to the villages and promising them to all voters. Those who took them later found that they had to pay for them. This sudden influx of politics caused serious quarrels among illiterate villagers, and after the elections they began to leave, convinced that elsewhere they would be "given" better conditions. Last June, the Jewish NVional Fund took over the villages and began to reorganize them, getting rid of those who were not prepared t settle down and build themselves a homestead. Sometimes they also had to take whole groups el people away. The JNF now has 200 families there, and is trying to recruit another 400 from •M'abaroth and the poor sections of towns. If unemployment continues to be serious, they will get their recruits. That we can succeed even with this difficult material is shown by the village of Elipelet, peopled with immigrants from Libya. Here, the sixty or so families each have already cleared a garden of an acre or so round their cottage, which, with sprinkler irrigation, is yielding a heavy all-year-round crop of vegetables. They are now planting apple and plum orchards (also irrigated) which will begin to bear fruit in another five years. This region, too, gives excellent tobacco crops. Here at least the people are beginning to settle down and adjust themselves to this new life. The settlement is valuable from the security point of view, as well. Villagers are exempted from ordinary army and 'military reserve service, but have to serve training and guard duties in their own village, where there is a resident army instructor. As time goes on, they are learning the lay of the land by day-to-day experience, and as they come to regard it as their home, they will produce a local guard who are the match for any Arab infiltrators. In a generation or so. a new peasantry will grow up in the Galileean hills, which once nourished the Macabees. One of the most hopeful sides of the whole development is the quality of the organizers of these vilages. Some of them live permananetly among the new settlers, while others visit them day in and ( day out teaching them to work and j to live together in a democratic %  community, tasks which require infinite patience. Most of these organizers are either veteran settlers I who have left their own comfortable farms for the often ungrateful task of teaching newcomers, or young people brought up in the countryside who have graduated from agricultural schools. In both cases they, have given up their hard-won comforts — electricity, plumbing and community life. This is the best guarantee that the pioneering spirit is far from being dead here, as the pessimists often fear. More than 4,600 persons attended the opening of the From The Land Of The Bible archaeological exhibition presented by the American Fund for Israel Institutions at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. Vice President Richard Nixon officially opened the exhibit, and Israel Ambassador Abba Ebon brought greetings from his government. Left to right are Ambassador Eban, Edward A. Norman, American Fund president. Mr. Nixon, Leonard Carmichael. secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, Mrs. Eban and Louis M. Rabinowitz, exhibition chairman. SHOCHET... EN ROUTE TO ISRAEL Kibya Repudiation Not Understood in Near East High Salpeter. former e: ?*duectoi of ,he American venS ? ,he Hebrew Uni DirJ., s been appointed thTfl' 'gni*aUon of e Amencan Jewish ConEa7i na,ive of Pawaic, •d d£i* y SclpeX9T receiv degrees at Brooklyn Col5 aSf ? eW York Univ •yand also completed the ^ m i ered by the Grad^School for j ewulh Social By RINNA GROSSMAN AJP Feature. The time is December, 1953. The place is Israel. The list of border "incidents" grows ominously longer each week. A watchman is injured. Livestock is stolen. Yesterday a member of a collective settlement near the Jordan border was seriously wounded. The day before, water pipes were taken from a village. Today, two Israeli soldiers were killed. And tomorrow? Tomorrow, anything may happen. The green light flashes "proceed with relative impunity." The United Nations censure of Israel following the Kibya raid was well understood by Israel's neighbors. They read it as Israel's emis series to the United Nations had repeatedly warned that it would be read: we, the United Nations of the civilized world, will tolerate no mass murder. Killing in Israel must not exceed the quota. When three score Arabs were killed at Kibya by outraged Jewish settlers, whose patience gave way before the steady and rising casualty count inflicted by infiltrators, the United Nations loudly indicat ed its justified horror. But violent death, or theft, or pillaging — if these are done piecemeal — with reasonable discretion — no one minds too much. So the censure resolution passed. Israel was shamed before the world. Her plea of attack in self-defense went by the boards. So did her honor roll of men and women murdered in the years that have passed since war officially relaxed its grip on the Jewish state. And the Arabs understood that nothing in particular would happen if they carried on — as before. So, one day, a group of armed Jordanians penetrated into Israel from the Tulkarm area. They were foiled by Israel guards — just in time. Add on another day, a bus travelling on the northern border was fired upon from the Lebanese border. And so on and on. And the world does not react with horror — or even with reproach. And Israel's urgent demand that something be done to establish peace in the near East is forgotten. Ambassador Eban's request that Jordan be summoned to sit at peace talks with Israel, when he invoked the famous paragraph 12 of the Israel-Jordan armistice agreement has met with stony, unflinching silence on the part of the UN collectively — and the Arab states concerned individually. In September, 1951, the Security Council declared the blockade of the Suez Canal illegal. Despite this, over the past two years, the blockade has been maintained in full force. Last week, the Israeli government lodged a formal complaint with the Security Council against the confiscation by Egypt of 140 tons of precious meat being carried to Israel in an Italian ship from East Africa. The ship was intercepted at Port Said on December 14th and later permitted to continue — minus its cargo of meat. Ambassador Eban may expect Continued on ?•#• 16 B Dear Folks: I want to say thanks to the host of well wishers who bade me goodbye on my trip to Israel. Just writing that phrase, "my trip to Israel," gives me a feeling of awesome uncertainty now that I am actually on my way. Since that first letter came asking if I would accept an invitation tendered by the Government of Israel to visit the Jewish State and since that early and. I must admit, timid consultation with my staff | who were unanimous in urging me I to go, there had lurked in my I heart an undeniable feeling that i something would come up at the last minute to prevent my accepting the invitation. Well, I'm on the first lap of my journey. And I sit here on the plane trying to collect my thoughts, to see if I can remember things undone, and I toy with the idea of what it will be like when I land in cold areas—how it will feel wearing winter underthings. sweaters, an overcoat, heavy socks, a hai. gloves, scarf and all the pieces of apparel to which I am unaccustomed. I wonder how in creation I will have time to take care of delivering all the regards from Miami folks to relatives in Israel, delivering gifts there and shopping for the specific requests of local friends who all indicated I'd better not return without their individual missions accomplished. I wonder how I, a dyed-in-the-wool Miamian for 29 years, will respond to the severe winter in New York and abroad. So once again, now that I'm on the plane to New York where I will join four of my fellow publishers to board an Israel El Al airliner for Lydda on Flight 216. Wednesday, January 27th, 9:30 p.m. (this letter was received by The Jewish Floridian from Jerusalem on February 5th—ED.). I want to thank you for the round of Bon Vovaee parties, the host of pleasant telegrams and phone calls, the many gifts and last, but by no means least, the grand and gracious group that was at the Miami airport to see me off. Will write you soon. Regards, Fred (Shochet) NCC.I Plans Travel Seminar to Europe An intercultural to Europe and the first of its kind ever Protestant, Catholic ligious leaders and been organized by onference of ChrisRed Cross Campaign Picks Beach Leaders Appointment of Maurice "Doc" Klein as chairman and Chief of Police R. J. Shepherd as vice chairman of the Red Cross Fund Appeal in Miami Beach was announced this week by Harry Ebright. general chairman. Goal for the Red Cross drive in Miami Beach is $25,000, Ebright said. Kickoff date is March 1st. Ebright, in announcing acceptance of the posts by Klein and Shepherd, pointed out that both were established community leaders and ideally suited to lead a successful Red Cross drive. Klein is a former member of Mi ami Beach's city council and served as vice mayor. He has also served as commander of Legion Post 85 and state commander of Jewish War Veterans. Currently he is di rector of Miami Beach's Servicemen's Center. Chief Shepherd, veteran of 20 years on the Miami Beach police force, is a member of the Miami Beach Exchange Club and Knights of Columbus. NEW YORK travel seminar Holy Land, the sponsored for and Jewish re educators, has the National C tians and Jews. The seminar, to be held from June 28th to August 6th. will inaugurate a new experiment in intergroup education, according to j Allyn Robinson, director of the [ NCC.I Commission on Religious Organizations, who will lead the summer study project. "It is based upon the NCCJ's 25 years of experience with its intergroup program." he said, "which has demontrated that living and working together is one of the best ways to develop understanding and good will among people of different racial and religious backgrounds." Participants in the travel seminar will visit key cities in twelve diferent countries. The group will leave New York for Copenhagen on June 28th, returning via London and Glasgow on August 5th to New York. Focal points of the seminar will be Israel. Rome and Geneva, where the American leaders will visit religious shrines and confer with top Jewish, Catholic and Protestant figures. Beach Chamber Names Officers at Election At the organization meeting of the Board of Governors of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce. Freeland B. Cresap, executive vice president of Burdines. was elected president for the 1954-5 term. S. J. Halperin, realtor, was named 1st vice president: Leon Q. McAskill. publisher, Florida Sun. 2nd vice president; and C. W. Chase, Jr., treasurer. Six directors for one-year terms were appointed. They were Saul Cohen, president, Madison Hotel; Burton S. Kahn, of Kahn Salomon. Inc.; Jules Gillette, president of the Miami Beach Fashion Guild; E. D. Keefer, real estate appraisers; Carl T. Hoffman, attorney; and Myer M. Friedman. The last three named were reappointments.



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PAGE 2 v-jen/tfi fhwkUar nUDAY, FEBRUARY ,o .f General Mobilization Kickoff Slated February 18th CJA Reaches Around World to Save Lives In the 1954 Combined Jewish Ap peal, the Greater Miami community is setting its sights to achieve the historic goal of SI.491.806 to meet the needs of 54 separate health, welfare, religious, cultural and educational Institutions, according tn Carl Weinkle, Federation president. "Unless this Is accomplished, civic defense programs will falter, health services may be curtailed. the waiting lists at the Home lor the Aged will grow and youth-training and Hebrew education may be impeded. And. of major importance. Israel's economic independ. me will be delayed," Weinkle explained. Of the record-breaking goal, S600.000 — nearly half ol the total — is allocated to Israel and overseas needs. To tell greater Miami contributors what their dollars can do to alleviate human privation and suffering in Israel. Africa and the Middle East, Federation spokesmen this week developed a chart to show how dollars save lives, build the new State of Israel and strengthen the democratic way of life everywhere. The chart shows that more than 140.000 babies, children and youth Will require aid from I'JA in 1954 Five dollars will provide one week of summer vacation for a youngster in North Africa. Ten dollars will provide bottled milk for a baby in Casablanca for three months, while fifteen dollars will buy a winter coat for a needy youngster in Europe. Other sums are: S20 for a crib and mattress (together with rubber sheet and mosquito neeting) lor a baby of immigrants to Israel. S40 to provide hot meals for a class "1 30 children in Israel for one week; $50 to provide maintenance lor a Youth Aliyah child in Israel inr one month; and S80 for a high school scholarship for an immigrant youngster in Israel for one J ear. In 1954. the I'JA must aid 60.000 aged persons, invalids and chronthe lulled States; $25 will pay rental fee. operator's wage and maintenance costs for one day's use of a tractor in Israel during sowing or harvest season. Since 1948. some 'SM new villages, populated by 128.000 persons, were established in Israel with I'JA aid; S55 will pay the rent for an immigrant family in the United States for one month. In 1954 some 1.500 immigrant families will require lodging aid; and $100 will provide full maintenance and training for a recent immigrant enrolled in a vocational school in Israel to learn a useful trade as a tractor mechan Synagogues Will Dedicate Eve Services Community leaders will Join with Greater Miami Rabbito participate in Federation Sabbath cere nionieFebruary 12th through 13th, it habeen announced by Rabbi Simon April, president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Aslociation, and Carl Weinkle, Fader Btion president. The special Federation services are pari uf the city-wide recognition ol CJA's General Mobilisation foi action scheduled to begin February 18th Varon If. Kanner, CJA campaign chairman, will speak at Temple Beth Sholom, joining Rabbi Leon kronish in the services, and George J Talianofi will address members of the Miami Beach Jcwh Center together with Rabbi Irving I.ehrman. Federation executive director Benjamin B. Rosenborg will share the pulpit with Rabbi Joseph R. Narot at Temple Israel to tell of CJA's drive, and George Chertkof is scheduled to speak at the Coral Gables Jewish Center, with Rabbi Morris Skop conducting the senice Max C. Gettinger. community planning director at Federation, will address the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Rabbi Simon April assisting in the program. At Beth David. Stanley C. Myers and Rabbi Max Shapiro will direct the Federation Sabbath, while Efraim Gale and Rabbi Boris Rackovsky speak at Monticello Park In addition. Rabbi Arie Becker, Austerity and food shortages are the mark of Israel's present economy. Citizens of the new republic make a sacrifice far greater than is demanded from Miamians who each year are called upon to contribute generously to the Combined Jewish Appeal. Local Agencies to Benefit From 1954 Campaign Here ic. electrical, radio or refrigeration j Downtown Synagogue, will speak technician. In 1954 some 4.000 persons will enroll in ORT schools in Israel; about 1,000 students are expected to graduate. The chart further shows that $500 will enable two semi incapacitated persons under Malben's care to operate small stores and add to their families' modest income. In 1954 some 24.000 "hard core" personwill benefit from Malben's program. CJA gifts will at the Saturday morning service; Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will devote his Friday evening sermon to Federation, and Rabbi Louis Cassel is also scheduled to deal with the CJA in a talk from the Tifereth Israel pulpit. Campaign official* lauded the religious leaders and expressed gratitude for their spiritual guidance and devotion. ically ill. Five dollars will provide make $660 pay for the irrigation a war-widow in France with supplementary aid for two weeks, iRent or extra food money to add to insufficient income). Ten dol-l lars will buy shoes, warm underwear and gloves for a "hard core" person in Austria. Fifteen dollars can provide medical care for a war-j invalid (living with his family) in F2urope for two months. Other sums are: $20 for a winter Of one acre of land to sustain a family of four in Israel. In 1954 some additional 40.000 acres of land must be irrigated in Israel; si.ooo will provide transportation cost and initial assistance to one family emigrating from Europe to Latin America. Some 20.000 persons in Europe registered for emigration to the Western Menu new migrant 1954 some coat for an aged person in Europe; s P ner <'' S2.500 will build a $25 for enough streptomycin to permanent home for an im treat a severe case of tuberculosis family in Israel in medical institution in Europe or mono u Israel; $30 will enable the I'JA to 00 !" h US,nB Un S mus, ** place an elderly person in a home : ull,: S50000 w provide addifor the aged in Europe and main-. tional vessels and equipment for tain and provide him with medical new immigrant fishermen villages care for a month; $50 will provide a week's care for a TB patient in a sanatorium; and $100 for maintenance, vocational training and medical care for a blind person in Israel for a month. To build homes, farms and selfsupport, the chart shows that $10 will provide one month's supply of fuel for an immigrant family living in an unheated apartment in Fish is an important food item substituting for meat. The monthly meat ration in Israel is 8 9 ounces; and $500,000 will permit the Jewish Agency to move 200 immigrant families from Maabarot to older settlements established af ter May 15. 1948. In 1954 some 5.000 families — 20.000 persons — must be moved from Maabarot to the countryside. Six local agencies will benefit from the 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. Community leaders this week urged Greater Miami residents to participate in the drive from which the agencies derive funds for the advancement of social, cultural and scientific activity here. The local agencies include: Mount Sinai Hospital, one of the outstanding medical institutions in the South, established in December. 1949. Mount Sinai has gained j outlying 'areas as "the FlaglerGranational prominence through its expanded community ser\uces. With 258 beds and a staff of, 400 doctors, the hospital stands ready to serve the Greater Miami community, regardless of race, color, creed or financial means Last Miami Beach, stands as an eternal I beacon of mercy and service every day of the year — a proud remind-1 er of what. CJA dollars can do. GMJCC The Greater Miami Jewish Com-1 munity Center encompasses all group work and leisure services supported by CJA. It includes the Town Branch (formerly the Miami! Jewish Community Center) and the Miami Beach Branch (formerly the Beach Y). It also services such year, over 8.000 patients were treated, and more than 5,000 visits were made in the Out Patient Department. This section is especially geared to cope with the numerous social and vocational complications which beset these individuals through the effective work of thoroughly trained nurses and social workers. There has been expansion in the Emergency and Out Patient Departments, enlargement of the blood bank and cardiographic laboratory and increased activity along educational and research lines. Exoert surgical and medical care by highly skilled doctors at Mount Sinai safeguard the health of the entire community. The hospital at 4300 Alton Road, nada and Hialeah-Miami Springs communities. The Greater Miami Jewish Community Center provides constructive leisure-time programs for preschool children (nursery schools), teen agers and adults. More than 8,000 youth and adults have received the opportunities in the Centers to learn to work in art* and crafts. Here, classes give youngsters a chance to develop | skills and aptitudes that will serve them well in later years Most insniring program if the one for Golden Age men and women. The Centers develop healthy haopy children through organized play and work programs through athletics, culture, leadership training and social events. A sense of Continued on Pg 3B Dade County Organizations Pledge To Support Combined Appeal Campaign \\Funds Needed for These Goalsl Many Dade County organizatioi are swinging to the full of the | IriuErTfeS£ Q 0taS ^ DiViSi nS TheSC ,hc W *^\ mScmg "^ ***"*' bora appearing at club meetings to tell the story of the many global services sustained through the Combined Jewish Appeal. These are professional and busiannounced by Aaron M Kanwr I £?' men housewiv !" <* "avercampaign chairman, and Fred K' the support 8 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal through enlistment of ihi-ir membership into the b.g General Mobilization Division, it has been | I Division I .Hotel •Business and Professional fApartments i Winter Residents Women General Mobilization Youth ZIZ Miscellaneous TOTAL M Amount j i $165.000!' 770,0001 14,000$ 275.0001 165,000 99,106 3,200 500 $1,491,806 workers' ["•..pie who are imbued with Shochet, GM leader "' ','"', ,n s P ,r ">K story of the appeal. *—* — --H^S^HttftS appointment ol CJA ZTlt ?* A campai n h "P* %  committees made up of u' T' ne,w,,rk of health a minimum of 20 percent of .h 1 lwt clv, "•.*••*. edudubs total membership I "K'U and %  •" agencies Key committees will function as rmr !" ? f r the Soclal needs f the streamlined Volunteer „rn "S P ple '" each organization, enlis Una [tJS*. ? ,he ""landing framore workers into the General !t !" "!.f n ? wrvice r "P* hear Mobil.zation as the big community campaign prepares for its kickoff on February 18th. To carry the CJA story to the many new workers who have voTunteered this year, speakers have weeks mciudei I. R. Goodman Jewish r Hadassah Homestead BrTh w mmUn Uy Center Bn I !" o men 0| Co !" 1 Gables, Miami Beach J.wi,h Ceeter Sister Continued on P,g, j B An aged reaident at the \*+ iah Home finda paa aelf.poe~ion. CJA *** help him to be rememb** 1



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FEBRUARY 12. 1954fglkl. | £l Organizations I put Off Fund Drives During CJA Push Carl Weinkle, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, I this week announced that major orI canization^ in the area have postI fund raising (unctions in orr rjer to prevent conflict with the IciBibtoed Jewish Appeal currently I in pro*"* 5 Max Jacobson. president of Beth Ipavid Men's Club, and Sidney AroLvitf. president <>f the Hillel Adlnor>' Council, both agreed to deIfer community wide functions in [new of the importance of the CJA I drive. President Wrinkle extended his I thanks on behalf of Federation to I these groupand others for cooperLing with the united campaign in I this area. "It is gratif> ing to note that most I organizations are recognizing the fart that the Combined Jewish Appeal should have top priority became it serves the same causes ihich all groups in Greater Miami seek to promote," said Weinkle. The total intwests of our commuI itv can best lie served through the I cioperation .mil agreement demonstrate! by Beth David Synagogue I and the Hillel Advisory Council," I Weinkle stHtt'il Me pointed out that I only through united action on the 1 part of 'he entire Jewish commu[ nity can a CJA \ ictory be achieved. Let u> do all we can to advance I the nccess of our humanitarian drive and do nut hing to hamper it," urged Weinkle At a recent meeting of the Federation's Multiple Appeals Committee, the group reaffirmed its decision requc-tin^ all local organizations to desist from sponsoring I major functionduring the months I of January. February and March I while the Combined Appeal is in I progress. •JmHMhrJdkar, Agencies Benefit from Combined Appeal; Six Organizations Affected PAGE 3 B Continued from Pag* 2 B civic and social responsibility is emphasized and developed in youth and encouraged to grow The work of guidance and training is carried on largely because The Bureau of Jewish Education has elevated standards of Jewish education in the Greater Miami community by means of guidance to youth and adults alike High Florida Federation Of State Chapters |Formed at Tampa At a meeting held in Tampa last Iweek the 16 districts of the Zionist [Organization of America, located in I the State of Florida, formed a I Florida Federation as an integral Ipart of the Southeastern Region of %  the ZOA. Seymour B Liebman. attorney of jiliami Beach, was elected chairIraan. Alvin Landy, of Pensacola, IH. Georee Miller, of Orlando, and C. Rosenberg, of St. Petersburg, here elected vice chairmen. Gil IBappaport, executive director will I" te tomporarj secretary. L15* Z0A has ad( pted a policy t Ponsormg state Federations, so IZ^. Vanous l,,cal districts may IS te ? the 8reatest Poible 1 ent ,„ furtht ring he aims ISlw£l U ? ,ion whieh '"c>ude lESrt t^ plc aml cul,ural id for liahi 1.1 alizat ion of economic j£m a ml,hc adv *ncement of in ,n he United States," I ^oman explained. I ftth .JV^' amon immediate "reau. the stimulation of intfcTXreT? ment and stud y o f *i COUP,,! Ian ua e ^ its schools 'the o e r g 5: and lh enlargement r* proS n za "?' s Public rela iUes. W m and cultural activI C.nti nutd from p-9# 2B G ^';? ,hSh lem Men'. Club. US, r f ,,r ,he %  *. <* %  r^Wom H mefor t he Aged. ^erCT;' K adi ">h Chapter, C n ^.onM JewUh Ctar. Ev ^Ud Bp M0n ice,,oP ^.Club l^-Hith M Ch f W rtmen-, [C^^ ">e North Dad. J^w, The Bureau's Hebrew has earned i and its sen leaders have become a meeting Place for those seeking a wellrounded program of Jewish education. The Jewish library consists of more than 2,000 volumes. An outstanding service to youth are the Bureau's scholarship grants for needy students. More than 3,800 boys and girls in Greater Miami are involved in Jewish education, receiving opportunities to learn their gerat heritage in schools affiliated with the Bureau. The Bureau is located at 135 NW 3rd Avenue, in Miami — a structure symbolizing the generosity of Miami Jewry through its Combined Jewish Appeal. JSSB The preservation of family life is the daily task of the Jewish Social Service Bureau. Experienced social workers help remedy individual and family troubles for countless men, women and children. The Bureau also provides financial assistance and other services to new Americans so they can become integrated into the Miami community. The CJA helps proof the area's deep interest in youth JT hc u Burea te Center buildings, at 450 SW lflth earned an envlifhre-repAvenue. Miami, and at Bay Road l la \ lon and s seminars for adult and 15th Street, Miami Beach, are hau h ~" a tribute to the generosity of this community through its annual Combined Jewish Appeal. Horn* of Aged The Home for the Aged, origin ally founded in 1944, has continued to expand its services along with the growth of the community, ft provides care to some 65 men and women who are residents of this area and who require institutional facilities. The Home offers a pleasant and healthful environment to the area's aged people who can once more face the future with dignity and hpe. Fully informed in the field of Gerontology, and realizing the increasing span of life and the necessity for making the additional years truly golden ones, the Home is constantly planning and initiating progressive and meaningful programs in care for the aged. Its broadly conceived plans of occupational therapy, recreation, cultural and religious activities, give residents even those who are bedridden — a feeling of creativity and usefulness. Here the individual "belongs." Here he is safe, secure, known and respected. For all the days and months and fruitful years yet to come, he has protection, companionship and love. Here he has a home. Helping the aged live again is being accomplished with Combined Jewish Appeal dollars. The Home's picturesque seven-acre Douglas Gardens is located at 150 NE 53rd Street in Miami. National Council The National Council of Jewish Women has a membership of more than 600 women. Its Service to Foreign Born Department helps individuals with immigration problems, and it conducts English classes for new Americans. The Coun-' ci! has developed special programs forteaching blind children in Greater Miami. Recently they have undertaken an indemnification project, enabling victims of Nazi persecution to receive compensation for property losses in World War II. The Council also sponsors-an Overseas Scholarship Training program for Girls and supports a scholarship loan fund for qualified students at the University of Miami. This welfare work is supported, in great measure, by the Combined Jewish Appeal. Council offices are located at 135 NW '3rd Avenue, Miami. I WANT MY MILK FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk ^Alk Product* Dacro Protoctod TEL. 2-2*11 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at Bnd of Bird He. 8nppr Creek Distributed by H MpmflV I 00l I. tar **i. a-anna Phono 1733 N. W. 7th ATWW* Phono 9-8456 SERVING GREATER MIAMI GRADE "A" PRODUCTS CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE MM?. vide the Bureau with the necessary funds and the authorization to carry out this program. The recently organized Vocational Service and Sheltered Workshop affords unemployed persons an opportunity to work in an environment which suits their particular personality. The Bureau maintains offices in the Calumet Building, 10 NE 3rd Street, in Miami. Contributions to the Combined Jewish Appeal make' these services possible to many people in need. Mayors Proclaim CJA Week Mayors of a score of Dade County municipalities have designated the week of February 18th through 25th as Combined Jewish Appeal Week, and, by affixing their signatures to official proclamations, have urged all-out support of the annual humanitarian drive. Announcement of the move by city officials publicly to aid the CJA effort was made by Aaron M. Kanner, general campaign chairman. &f &f TASTY and NUTRITIOUS and GOOD for EVER YONE lUt* Holland HONEY BREAD and CAKE Excellent too for SPECIAL DIETS No eggs, wheat, fat, sugar or syrup used in these good*. 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PAGE 4 B 9-JenistifhrldHar FRIDAY FEBRU ARY 12, m Slurs, .Xami'd lo Appear at IS k a<*li l*oli<*<. Fin Show Miami Beach's Police and Firemen's annual All Star Show, scheduled for Sunday evening, February 21st. at the Miami Beach Kennel Club, has already received the nod of approval from a host of top stars of the entertainment world, according to Detectives George Green and Jack Raskin, cochair men of the event. Signed up for the stellar show, which annually plays to an overflowing audience are Sophie Tuck er, Harry Richman. Joe K. Lewis. Larry Storch, Alan Gale. Steve Gibson and his Red Caps, with Damita Jo. Freddie Stewart, Maria Neglia, the Vagabonds. Condos and Brandow. the Ritz Brothers. Gene Baylos and the Treniers. as well as a host of other top flight names of show business will be in the ana on the February 21st date. A surprise master of ceremonies will be announced the early par! of next week, according to Fireman Art Minor, president of the local association, who said that "we are just awaiting clearance from his California studio before making the announcement." Proceeds of the show annually go to the Miami Beach Police and Firemen's Death Benefit Fund for Widows and Children, as well as to a number of local and national charities A ticket office has been opened at 10 South Collins Avenue, on the Beach, under the direction ol Fire Captain Hubert Albritton. Presentation to the Greater Miami Chapter of ORT for the greatest amount of members in the shortest time is made by national president Mrs. Ludwig Kaphan. of New York City, to local officers at a luncheon in the Empire Room of the Empress Hotel. Left to right are 1st vice president Mrs. Margaret Newman Steam. Mrs. Florence Kupperman, chairman cf the Guardianship Committee, Mrs. Kaphan. Mrs. Irving Sussman, president of the Greater Miami Cnapter, and 2nd vice president Mrs. Harry Tischler. Miami Beach Chief of Police R. I. Shepard buys first ticket for the fifth annual Miami Beach Police and Firemen's All Star Show from Fire Captain Hubert Albritton. Local Sisterhoods to be Represented at National Women's League Conference S< \ en Conservative Sisterh from Dade and Broward Counties will be represented by delegations at the fortiic >nung eighth annual conference of the Southeast Branch of the National Women's League of the United Synagogue of America, it was annoiujfKd by regional presi dent Mrs. Henry B Wernick, of Tampa The conference will be held on February 28th. March 1st and 2nd in Birmingham, Alabama. Local Sisterhoods to be repre sented arc Israelite Center. Miami Beach Jewish Center. North Miami Beach Jewish Center, Beth David Synagogue, Zamora Jewish Center. Temple Beth Sholeffl and Temple Sinai, of Hollywood. The delegations will join repre sentatives of 26 Conservative Sisterhoods, coming from the five States of Florida. Georgia, South Carolina and Tennessee. Theme of the Conference is: Strengthening The Home Through The Synagogue. A full schedule of seminars, workshops and programs has been planned for the three-day parley. Mrs. Emanuel Siner. national president of the National Women's League. Rabbi Harry H. Epstein, of Ahavath Achim Congregation. At lanta, Arthur Podell, national president of the United Synagogue Youth, and Mrs. Wernick will be among speakers at the conference. G* S£T TUGUST BROS Ry, %  i.'. ... MI vrl la'thv HI sr MADE FRESH DAILY IN MIAMI! Tasty 01 freshly churned country butter ... Me rich, homemade kind of flavor found only on ihe farm. Available tweet or lightly talted ZMANUfACTUMD IT: Sunny Shook gtoianwuf, Phon. 9-0601 3180 N.W. 13th Aye., Miami, Ha. MADE FRESH DAILY IN MIAMI! '^^* l ^e*^^**~'m—J*wetmmm^mi Now — Distributors of NEW! 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pKDAY. FEB RUARY 12, 1954 %  Mmlsti nnrirlbir) GLOBAL SHORTS PAGE 5B Nazi Mayor of German Town Reelected Without Opposition %  BANKFl'RT (JTA) — Dr, Erich Hii who was the Nail Lord Mayor ( Wiesbaden at Ihe time that JJK-'S synagogue went up in flames, ,,,.,, ,, ,.|,TH-(I to that post by i ii,,'c'iiv CciiiK'ii N'"t a sin^e vote i cast i M '"i''' 1 11 "' 1 < rt "is can didacv. Onl'. .i %  • A •' • %  'r. ago," n denarifir;'! 1 "" court sentenced Dr. y IN u a "Nazi activist He was •letted by 37 of the 60 City Councilmen. members of his Free Democratic Party .md of the Christian Democratic I'nion. Three of Four Claims by Victims Stymied in Munich Ml'to H I'TA) — Three out of [our claimfor indemnification for MiflerJjis mllicted by the Nazis or fur*t 'Mi|>' :iation for property confiscated l>> them are stymied huVvistricI Court here. In accordance with a requirement of tbeiwsrian Indemnification Law. even claim in these categories must be appr ived by the court beI re jaym< in is made. Of the 28.500 claimpresented by victims over Ihe past several years, ordy 7.400 have been ruled upon. Danish Government Orders Jews to Stun Animals i)PENHAGEN 'JTA) — The D^l h Government has rejected a appeal by the Jewish community to exempt Danish Jewry from compliance with government reguttions prohibiting the slaughter of Mimals without previous electrical stunning. The regulation will not come into [one until after Passover, it was stated after a Cabinet meeting here and will not apply lo the slaughter of all kinds of fowl vided their emigration is approved I by their respective governments The accord, the third between u> | rael and the ICEM. also provides for continuation of ICEM resettle ment aid to European Jewish refu gees who have left their country of citizenship and arrived in Westem Europe enroute to Israel, or whose postwar re-establibhmen! in Europe has been found to be hfi 'possible. Ge-many Budgets $92 Million For Israel, Jewish Claims BONN (JTA) — A total of $92 800.000 for Jewish claims in all categories is included in the prepared budget for the 1954-55 Ijjcal year submitted to the Buns' this week by West German Finance Monster Fritz Schaeffer. The allocations for the two largest classification* — Israel reparations and indi^dufll indemnification — are well be low expectations. A total of $6d000,000 is earmarked for deliveries under the reparations agreement in view of the "budgetary position |JDC Aids Emigrants in 1953; lt„r, b !l c J!!i 0 V £ h" e h W .l! ook, .I he Johnston Will Continue to i Mnlf r— 4 ii •• J %  Zionist Network, which the author l nan tome to united States modestly described as -political PARIS (JTA) — The Joint Distridynamite." Tenneys letter, writbution Commi'tee aided 3.482 men. ten on official California State women and children in Europe and Legislature stationery, describes the Far East lo emigrate and star' 'he hook as a follow-up to his Zion"s a new life in countries of resettle Fifth Column. < men! in WS3. Motes W. Beckelman, p!S h O !,. ,h ^ JDC K n 1( Eu !: 0pc r e [Protests Mount Against US I ported here. Over half this totalI -.. 3 went to the In,led State-, he said-i Am,S Sh, PmentS to ArODS !" *)ZT $E ""' h l1 "' ,rim *^T ** HiV Y0 ^ ,JTAl Jcwi n r ted to Israel and the Arab States ,H ,'"r'•"'; I '"' 1J<,ckelm£n -"' ^ '' n >d spdk*men contin-| a „i an fl r ,| e velooment of the oain since IB}, ,. has assisted 625.ued All week to express mounting water resources of the Jordan Rivrii 5H5? u" new h mcs He Amcncan Jcw,sh oPPOattion to pro-, er prepared hv experts of the Tencale.l tWs "the largest number Paed plans of the State Depart%  nessC e Valley Authority. The plan .,.. i 3 volun,ar >non-ment to make arms shipments tJ, received a negative or lukewarm governmental agency." certain of the Arab countries dereception from most of the Arab j — — I Pte the fact that they remain in I states a ff e cted. hut Johnston is to Jewish Congress Meetina Hits !> w r w,,h ,srael In the re urn l <•• Middle East next 1 New York area. 150 Orthodox Rabbis preached last Saturday urging { for a P r tests to Washington against the Press Jordan River Plan WASHINGTON (JTA) — Eric Johnston, President Eisenhower's special envoy to the Middle East, called on Israel Ambassador Abba S. Eban here this week to inform him of his plans for resumption of his mission to explore prospects of a regional water plan for the Middle East. Johnston has submitProgi European Migration Unit To Aid Jews on Way to Israel GENEVA ITAi — 'liie Israel Government and the Intergovernmental Committee for European i 1 EM) reached agreement thi week for the ICEM to extend assistance to nationals of Austria, Germany, Greece, Italy and the Netherlands who wish to settle in Israel permanently proressives Enter Cabinet; Rosen Sworn in as Minister JERUSALEM (JTA) — Premier Moshe Sharett informed the Knesset that the Progressive Party has decided to join the government co alition. and the cabinet had voted to invite Dr. Pinchas Rosen, former Minister of Justice and Progressive leader, to take the Justice portfolio. The Knesset approved this decision after a brief discussion, and Dr. Rosen was sworn in. The adherence of the Progressives brought to five the number of parties, in the coalition. ^ 69 Jews Quit Israel To Return to Rumania *TEL AVIV (JTA) — A group of, U) men and women, mainly elder m persons, sailed from Haifa aboard the Turkish vessel Akso bMind for their native Rumania. A few hundred more immigrants fr%m Rumania are preparing to return to that country. According to some of the group, they had to neji n because their children were •VObleho leave Rumania and join ihem here, and they were unable tCKupport themselves. Rearmament of Germany LONDON (JTA) — A call i month to discuss it further. PALMER'S MIAMI M'ami'g On* And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS JfBxf Stock n Hand For kamediato Delivery! MONUMENT CO. Serving the Jewish Community Since 1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK if AGES MEMORIALS • y &W. 8th Dtiwt* jinos *;u reversal of the trend toward the ProP***d arms shipments. rearmament of Germany was voicc "IT. I ed here by the British Section of • SO'/S Spain Re,eCtS Role biennial convention The Congress LOND0N — Spanish leadalso condemned the "glorification" !" hav /< r ^f<' their general apof former Nazi Party and military K2 !" ,f !" b f' ms f nd have %  fil „," jected Israeli attempts to obtain Spanish mediation of Arab-Israeli differences, Ahmed Shukeiry, assistant Secretary general of the Arab League, reported to the League's political committee in Cairo, this week. According to the Arab official, he was informed recently by the Spanish Foreign Min ister that Spain sought political, economic and cultural cooperation with the Arab world and had rejected approaches by Israel. leaders in the press and in films. The WJC appealed to the Governments of Hungary. Rumania and Czechoslovakia to free arrested Jewish leaders and "thereby make a genuine contribution to the cause of peace and international understanding." 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PAGE 6 B *-t^utn^rHtrtr RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m.. when Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate and discuss: Flame Of The Spirit. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos, when the Rabbi will discuss the Portion of the Zohar. Cantor Nathan Zeichner will ren lier the musical portions of the liturgy. Junior services are in Academy Hall at 10 a.m. HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross will discuss: Purity In Jewish Life. Mincha is at 5 p.m.. with ShaliwSeudos concluding the Sabbath observance. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m.. with late service! slated for 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate and discuss: Jewish Youth The Oneg Shabbal following will be sponsored by Mr and Mrs. N Keuseh. Saturday mnrninu services arc at !> a.m. Junior services will be at 11 am Mincha is at 5:30 p.m followed by Maariv and a sermon on the Weekly Portion. AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning services are at !l am., when Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate and discuss: The True Spirit Measured. Kiddush will follow. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m.. with Maariv concluding the Sabbath observance. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Max C. Gettinger, of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, speaking on the topic: <>ur Responsibility To 'riic Community. Saturdaj a.m.. \pril will "III .uid discuss: The Light Oi i le Kelemer will render the musi. in Mishna is luled for 4:30 p m ith Mm and • h Si idos folli TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold late Fri day evening sen ices at 8 30 p m with Rabbi Louis A Cassel officiating Cantor Albert Glantz "ill render the musical portions ol the litur "I the Rabbi's w r i heduled a: Walkin gethi i \i; Oneg Shabbat, tei ed b> tin I, will : ervices BETH JACOB CONGREGATION v.iil hold Friday"evening services .a 8::iii p.m., in honor of Ft di ra turn Sabbath Rabbi Moses Meschi inn will officiate and discuss: L'nity And The Community Cantor Aaron UYingarten will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Aaron Burak Pro losor ul Talmud at Yeshiva University, will preach on the topic: Rabbinic Leadership. Junior service are at 9 a m., under the direction of Benjamin Kaminetzky. Kiddush will follow under the sponsorship oi the Sisterhood. Mincha is scheduled for 5:45 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Meschelntf will discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily services are at 7 and 8 a.m. and at 5:45 and 6:15 p.m. BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening 1 services at 5:49 p m. Saturday I morning services are at 8 30 a m I Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will officiate and discuss: Piety In .\nd Out HI The Synagogui. v 15 p m Rabbi Racko< iky will %  •• ekly Portion. Mm%  4:45 p m followed bj Shalos Seudos Daily servii i | 730 a m and 4 45 p in. • a • BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening servici ;.' 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Manner Mamches officiating, assisted by the Beth David Choir under the direction of Miriam Donnerstag. Stanley C. Myers. Miami attorney, will be guest speaker. In honor of Federation Sabbath, he will discuss: Time Of Greatness. The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Dr. and Mrs. Harold Rand. Floral offerings will be by Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Plotkin. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when the Bar Mitzvah of Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Plotkin, will take place. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Fridaj evening sei \ ii es ;it 5 30 p.m.. with late services scheduled for 8: 1 5 p in. Rabbi Morton '•' lavsky will officiate and preach mi the topic: Freedom And Slaver) cantor Samuel Salkow will render the musical portions of the liturgy Saturday morning services are a' 8:15 a.m. Rabbi Malavsky will dis cuss the Weekly Portion. Junior services are at 11 a.m.. and will he in observance of Boy Scout Week. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will! hold Friday evening services at | 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Joseph Narot officiating and discussing: How To Teach Your Child And Grandchild About God. In honor of Federation Sabbath. Dr. Benjamin Rosenberg, the organization's executive director, will be introduced to the congregation. • • YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturdaj morning services are at !1 a m. An Oneg Shabbal for children i slated at 2 p.m. Rabbi Jacob Andron will dis cuss tinWeekly Portion .it 4 p m Mincha will be al 5:30 p m., follow! il bj S %  udos, WH! ris Gordon ..host I 1 iilj %  %  7 :iil ;, MI. ami g p „i. KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Fridaj evening MIMICS : ,t 5;i5 p ,„ Saturdaj morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Cantor Abraham Sell will officiate. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. • • • CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER win hold Friday evening sen Ices at 8:15 p.m.. dedicated to Na tional Boy Scout Sabbath. Arthur Bttinger, Scoutmaster, and Herb Rose. Cubmaster. will assist Rabbi Morris Skop during the service Subject of the Rabbi's sermon is scheduled as: Does Scouting En. courage Jewish Loyally. Saturday morning services are at 10 a.m.. Greater Miami's Synagogue Directory ABudath Israel—Rabbi '"; % %  '• %  •>" r ,(, |,. y .', ;*•>> St., Miami I' Beth' David RybW ,w Jh Conaervatlva, Mil BW W •>•., Batn*E> Dr, Bhmaryahu BwlrakT. Orthodox I SW 17th Ava Beth Jacob Rabbi Moaai MaacDelorr, onhoilox, J01-S1I Waali Aye.. M Beth ShoUm Rabbi I n KronUtl, ,,,.,., | | II .1, IM Ave., Mi' Beth Tfilah Rabbi Joaaph H"^; 1 ; ,1,,. UTthodox, 33 KuHul AM-. HICoral' Ga'b"e-'-lt.M'i M.in IH Skn,.. I.H>eral 310 Palermo Ave., < Ha '•" Downtown Synagogue Rabbi iryall i. ihodox, ISS NW Ird Ava., Fiigier.Granada Reverend Leo Hi m, Conservative, M NW Slat Place, Hebrew Academy — Rabbi Alexandei iroaa, Orthodox, HI i ; 'h HI i Hi.ileah. Miami Springa — Rabbi Many l'liinei-r. Conaervatlva, IS1 K. 4th \ v Hfaleah. leraellte Center — Rabbi Mortoj Malavaky, Conaervatlva, 3198 SW 24th lii Miami Kneseth iiraei -Kabbl Abraham < ai, Orthodox, 1415 BuclM Ave.. Miami Beach Miami Beach Rabbi Irvine l--hrman, %  ve. I Ti1 w..-h \v, M u Miami Hebrew School Rabbi Simon April, Orthodox, 11 II BW llth Ave Miami Monticello Park Rabbi 0 ovali ,: s* %  < • \ i: nth Avenui North Miami h North Dade Col w North Ml a No i Mil North Shore I, I, 81 Temple Ijr.iei l"Joaeph Narot, Re117 NK 191 Temple S rial, The Jewish Community Center ol Hollywood. Rnhbl 1 Titereth lr.iel I: • 1 \\. M West Mi.innKallbl Altl • •! Waxi in, i %  • rvatlve, I itO BW lTili Bt Ml Young Israel — Orthdox, 4001 Chaaa Ave. Mlamt Flearh Zamora Max M. Landman, Conservative, 11 Zamora Ava., Coral Cables when Fred Sommers, son of Mr and Mrs. Samuel Sommers, 3750 SW 2nd Terrace, will become Bar Mitzvah. • MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m.. in observance of Federation Sabbath. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate and preach on the topic: To Be A Jew — A Sacred Responsibility. George Talianoff, Miami Beach General Mobilization chairman, will bring greetings from the CJA. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. dedicated to Boy Scout Sabbath. Ner Tamid medal will be awarded to Jerome Rubinowitl Rabbi Lehrman will discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily services arc in the chapel at 8 a.ni. and 6 p.m. FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Fridaj • %  vices al 8:18 p in dedicated to the Combined Jewish Appeal Rei U o il. %  mi will officiate Louis Schwartzmai ecutive director ol the Bureau of Jewish Eklucation, will be guesl speaker Subject ol his discourse ischeduled as: Israel, America And You. Mrs (.us Pullman will be hostess a) the Oneg Shabbal fol lowing in honor of her newborn grandson. Saturday morning services are at !) a.m.. when Barrv Michael, son of Mr and Mrs Irving iGilman, will become Bar Mitzvah Daily services are at 7:30 p m MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Boris Hackovsky officiating and discussing: A Manly Son. Efraim Gale, of the Greater Miami Jewish Community (enter, will be guest speaker at the Oneg Shabbat following. Saturday morning services are at if a.m. • • e TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening services | at 8:30 p.m., wrth Rafcbi David Shapiro officiating. The sermons will l>e given by Pastor Robert Excell Fry. Pastor William N. Gardner and Rev. N. D. Yount. Dedication of Torah ornaments presented by Mr. and Mrs. David Levy and dedication of four new classrooms in honor of Mr. and Mrs. David Feldman, the late Dan Tanner and the late Raobi Jacob J. Honig will take place. Cantor Joseph W. Maiek will render the musical portions of the liturgy, assisted by the Temple Choir under the direction of Rev. Mordechai Haalman. The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. David Levy. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. when Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the Weekly Portion. Dailj services are at 9 a.m. • • • NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening sen ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Henry I i officiating and preaching on the topic: Our Responsibility In Community Life t antor Maurice Neii will render the musical por-1 tions n| the litttTgy. Women of the I North Dade Chapter. B'nai B'rith, will be hostesses at the Oneg Shab-1 I bat following, with Mrs. Sophie Iforanus acting as chairman. Saturday morning services are at 9 a in when the Bar Mitzvah of Sheldon, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Weinberg, will take place. Daily servI ices are at 6 p.m. • e • HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS Jewish Community Center will | hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Harry Ettinger officiating. Subject of his sermon will be: A Lesson From Lincoln. Cantor Ben Grossberg and the Center Choir, under the direction of Rabbi Ettinger. will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Mr. and Mr,. F Hammel will %  *. aor the Oneg Shabbal H.2H Saturday morning .service^ | • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTEBu,,, I hold services Friday at g 3n n '" conducted by Rabbi Max \f Ionian and assisted by member? ," Boy Scout Troop 3 7n On f Shabbat will follow. K.venhvu 8 B. Sherer, in honor ,; L"r a S ter Mrs. Paul C. Morgan Aft wedding anniversary, and hv x and Mrg; Charles Edcls.e, n S h r ', or of their son-s forthcoming S ^ n Early evening services wj be held at 5:20 p.m.. conducted tei Rev. Rudolf E Brill. SfSRj begin at 9 a.m.. Saturday ThJl topic of Rabbi Landman's sermon will be: How To Erect A MoS Tabernacle. Junior services are at 11 a.m., in the Maloff H, 1(lm Mj cha is scheduled for 5 n'm f n i lowed by'• Shalos SeuL and I Maariv. 1 % % %  l_ Cancer Expert in Talk B'nai B'rith Women of-Miami I will hold a meeting on Wednesday February 17th. 8 p in al the Reii publican Club. 1947 Weal Klaclerl Street. Cancer specialist, Dr \AI\ H. Manheimer. nafvsentative nf the! bade County Medical Assot/htionl will lie gue-t speaker He is a gradual,ol Harvard Medical School and served hu in. ternship at the Shrn I! for Crippled Children in Spmg.) field. Mass.. and the Beth htaej Hospital in Boston. The film. Self Examination 0i| The Breast, will also be shorn. Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Beth Tfilah Sisterhood Plans Anniversary Dinner Congregation Beth Tfilah Sister-1 hood will sponsor a seventh anniversary dinner on Sunday evening, | February 21st, 6 p.m. The Dinner Committee inhid| the Mesdames Rose Scher, Lena | Kramer, Betty Shechter, Anna Soberman, Yetta Pike, Rose Friedson,| Esther Rackovsky and Rachel Kan, | president. Miami Convalescent Homo Spaclallilno In Car* to the Elderly il I Chronically III. 4-Mour Nuralng le*. Spaclal Oiata Strictly Obtri | Private and 8ami-Private Rooma, LEO ALLEN. Director S3S a.W. 12th Avenue Phonca S-5437 and 90271 Look for the 2-Story White Building Thurmond Monument Co. MARKERS $40.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Opon Sundays Phone 4-3240 Proud? I'll say! It's the finest fruit cake I ever baked!" So rich ... so fragrant — and so easy to prepare! Takes only 3 minutes from package to pan Itabbt loaoDh E. PackoTskr 045 Michigan Aenue Miami Beach DAILY DOUBll Itt and 2nd Races AT THI TRACK OF STARS •555? mm BEA KENNEL CLUB IXTRIMI SOUTH END OP COLLINS AVI. EAT MIAM,$ M0ST C0N VeNIENTlY l0CAT| „ D00 Listen To SCHACHTER'S New Yiddish Program (my Un4*y, NPMI. '* Ifc rhto rrnr.t. • •' f" NORMAN B. LYONS. N* mi SNOSHANA $KT0l



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m£ FEBRUARY 12, 1954 mm Given* Opens fampaitfn Her* Robert II Givens, Jr., candidate i r Congress and former Miami ,i, v commissioner, started off his fampaign I hiweek with a recommendation th.it the voters consider L things in the Congressional i fontest—qualifications and expense,, of the candlditwi and their bowledge ol and stand on—im| portant national issues. I "Now thai the qualifying deadline tws pas'. i,n<1 tne ue,t com plete," Givens said, "it is time for ( ne people <>f Dade and Monroe Counties to start asking themselves low the candidates shape up under this examination." After his early life in Key West, Givens entered the practice of Uw in 1931 and has practiced in Miami since 1937 He served as Miami city commissioner from 1951 to 1953. Hi* supporters indicate that as a commissioner, he was <>ne of the leadersjn tne fight against the bill to abolish the city of Miami. During World War II, Givens. who is now 48 years of age, was reputedly the wmngest full colonel in the Arm> iroujid forces. He served in Iran and China and was on the War Department General Staff under Eisenhower, Handy and Wedemeycr. GivenHeadquarters this week announced a women's organizational nice!in for Monday, February 5th II a in at 2901 SW 7th Street. Campaign headquarters are located at Room 702 Dade Commonwealth Building. LiGAL NOTICI *<**l*tl nrw-irtV^f, PAGE 7 B NOT CE N U A N ,?! R L A F yv CT,T,ous %  y I'1-..NI MK.N i ii, .,1 •]< s ,. rade County, Florida /i.u- #f K, n ocSwSkrz IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IDA .^'Srf fc£ R £ ul WBR SMii !" 0 DADE COUNTY S: .'. ,'. c Ks hl w ", "l FLORIDA. TO: '"' aeove named Defendant! ami all perron* claiming any estate right, tin.or Interest In, .., lien upon, the real pr r tj herein described, or any pan thereof, I |fendant, areeljnga: Yon .,,,. horeb) notified that a pro. '•• edlng to removi ., cloud on title has been brought In the circuit court r..i DAD! nt>. Florida, agalnal the %  bore named Defendants, and all persons claiming anv estate, right ml, "i Interest In, or lien upon, the following described real property, situate m DADE county, Florida, to || Lota it. A (sometimes described %  < l.oix 12 and 13). 14. 13 and II according to the pun thereof recorded in Plat (took It at page T:i being a resubdlvislon of Lois II, IH. 44 and 4.',. Hlnck :t of firs! amended plat of Wintergardens, as recorded In Plat Kook .".. Page 22 of I he Public K.-coids r |)„de County, Florida and you are hereby required to file with the clerk of said court your written appearance In said proceeding on '•r before the 17th day of Much. 19.'.4. and thereafter to file with said clerk roar written defenses. If any. to the bill of complaint at the times prescribed by law. therein set ting up the estate, right, title or interest in. or Pen upon, the above described property Maimed by you Herein fall not. or judgment will be entered against you by default. WITNESS my hand and the seal of wild court at Miami, pade County, Fl la, this 5th day of February, ll'.t. i: II LEATHBRMAN. I'leik of the shave steled court B) W.M \v STOCK I NO, Deputy <"lerk __ eerf H. Civeni, it. [__ t£UAi. NOTlCt NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NlYTloo N *ME LAW "KKKHT fJIVEN that k. „... I '" engage m l, A ",. %  • fictitious nan,.of 'AX1W. u\, ;! sl 'M-|tA.\T AND ,>!,," M 1 %  71 \V. Flagler tWouJK, 1 .nl name with '''""il). hi'., 0ourt of 1>ad e l'8- -'V >!: %  T*ONTONIIeTJ N0T CE ^".^CTITtOU. H"Tin s U I: > ; H KS • %  •W. M.,ri*, ,^„ u -•" Avenue. Ml-K!r* J":'" • Miami. Fta. fEN that l;*s| < N-.'lpi ,.' '0-titlous name of Mi;.,,; • ." %  •• ?' W. 4tnd cw' r-l "".' "orlda. InSL 01 "' n V 1 ;' '."" n • wl,h "• i^M '"'Til it, K; Kits e lvd Intend* %  'i.'";-:;:;;\ k IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. CASE No 166201 JAMKH I. In.llKltTV and IRENE M DOHERTY, his srlfe, Plaintiffs, \ i W \I.Ti:i: c CM'TTER and Ml.\ CLCTTRR, his wife, Ml NW Urd Plac. M I a Ida l.\\ ERNE RDM A RDM .i I.AVKK.VE CLUTTER) and REV II. EDW \l:l>s her husband, Chicago, lllln Ri .\i \ CLUTTER, u single woman. Chicago, Illinois, WILLA MAE •OMHTOCK (nee Will.A M \i: CLUTTER) and QEORUE CtMSTOCK. he. husband. Byraeuse, Nea York; being all of the heirs at law to W. W. CM'TTKIt and BERTHA CLUTTER, his wife, both deceased: .nd all pereona claiming any estate, light, title or tnterest In. or Hen U|Min, the real proper! \ herein de-ciil.,.,1. or any |>art thereof: Defendants. THBsBTATE Ol-' F"I.ORIl>A P i The above trained Defendants and All person* claiming an] estate, right, title, or interest In, or lien upon, the real property herein described, or any part thereof. I lefcndantH, Greetings: You are hereby notified that a proceeding to quiet title has been brought In the Circuit Court for Dade County, Florida, against above named Defendants and all person* claiming any estate, right, title or Interest In. or lien U|Mn the follow lug described real property, situate In Dade County, flotilla, to wit: I.oti. 21 and 12, according to the amended olal of City Line l"ark, as i.-coi .led In l'lat Hook 10, I'age It, Public Records of Dade County. I lorlda and fou are hereby required to file with the clerk of said court your written appearance in said proceeding, on n before the 17th day of Match, ItM, ami thereafter to file with said Clerk \ottr written defenses. If any, to the Mill of Complaint at the limes prescribed In law. therein setting up the estate, right, title, or Interest In, or Men upon, the above gaacrtbod propertj claimed In rou Herein fall not. or Judgment will be entered against you In default. WITNCSH mi hand and the seal of %  nl ooUli at Miami, Dade Count) Florida, this r.th day "f F>hruar>. K it LBATHERMAN, i l.-rk ..f shore *t\ led conn iu M C QRKBN. Deput) Clerk .court seal! :/II-I-*I — l/i *„, iOUR INCOME TAX -k VJ. E. MARQUi MlAMl n,e.. FFOE Al T *X CONSULTANT ^m REAL ESTATE MART ^ E ^ E pen t a.m. to I p.m. ^^_^^^^ LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS v, e, %  ,. NAME LAW JOTIt I. |H HEREBY QIVBN that %  • nlgned, de Irhu to tnaacaln feirHKlW'afiK t "" ,i ""-' MM p V : \ Al'VERTIHINtl HERV,',,,, T 4 1 "" s Avanua, Miami • %  %  I., intends t., reals!,., „.,„, „ ,,„. of I, ,' SS % %  ""• l ">" 1 Court of l>..le I ount] I airida MRU HANNAH QARRON Hole Owner V .1 K.\|.|..\N Attorn, i for Applicant %  • Lincoln Road I/tl-ll .,;.,_ ,M %  N L?J'S E B V PUBLICATION L N Jv'l E x,, CIRCUIT COURT OF THE !i Su/rfl 1 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF rnPJa'Pw A IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 166233 DOROTHt K. BROWN Plaintiff vs. Wll.l.iAM JOSEPH BROWN, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE %  TO: UII.UAM JOHBPH UltOWN 4i K lath street Brooklyn. New York You are hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been II led aganiHt you. and you are required, to serve a copy of your Answer or I leaning to the Mill „f Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorneys, KFIKSI.KIt & <;AHS, 17H2 West Flagler Street. .v,la,nl to, liorida, and file the original Answer ..r pleading In the office of the t lerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 20th day of March. 19.14. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Mill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in TIIF: JEWISH PLORIDIAN. DONE AND i>KDI-:KI-:D at Miami, Floilda. this Sth .lav of February, AD. ] %  •:.< K. B. LBATHERMAN, .'lerk. Circuit Court. I hide County, Florida. H> M. C. til'.KKX, ICIrcult Court KeaJJ Deputy clerk i 12-11 2-1 — t/S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 166194 IN RE: ADOPTION OF JOSEPH NICHOLAS BALAZS NOTICE TO APPEAR To Joseph Balasa Addt ess Unknoa n Yon at,. h.nl>\ notified that I Petition for the Adoption of JOSEPH Mi'llM.AS ItALAKR has 1 n filed, and you are required to set \ • %  a copy of your Answer or other Pleading to the Petition f< Adoption on Petitioners attorney, SHFM.Dtt.N N. LELCHUK, 7..; Seybol.l Mulldlng, Miami it, I crlda. and file the original Answer or Pleading In the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in and tor Dade Comity, Florida, on or before the lath dav of March, 19S4. DATKD this r.th day of February. 19. ,4. K It LBATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court By M C IIHEEN, fSeal) Deputy Clerk SIIKI.Hi iN N LKI.CIIIK. ESQ. Attorney for Petitioner .' 12-19-2*; — .I,:, CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORiDA TO M.I. Tii WHDM THB8E PRESENTS SHALL COMEj ORBETINOh Whereas, HAH. d.D ZINN. MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA ANN M. PK" H'T. c. IRAL QABLES, Pl.oKIDA JOSEPH A WANI.'K. MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA did on the 12th day of November, A D IMI, oaua. to be Incorporated under the provisions ol Chapter >' %  <••: norida Statutes M Q B. MARKETING CO., i Ion, with lis principal place ..i business at Miami, Dade county, m the Bti le of Florida, and whereatthe stockholder! of such corporation !,l en tin1st day of February. A l> 1154, %  an*,|o be filed In the office of ihS Se.let.ilV of State of tile State of Florida, a Consent of all the stockholders und.r the provisions of said Chapter 108, F'lorl.la Statutes, showing the dissolution of such corporation Flow, therefore, the Secretary of Slat.does hereby certify to the foregoing and that he Is satisfied that the requirements of law have been complied with IN WITNKSS W'HERFJOF. 1 have hereunto set my hand and have affixed the Oreat Seal of the Slate of Florida. at Tallahassee, the Capital, this the First day of February. A Ii 1951. It. A. OHAY. Secretary of btate. (SEAL) 2/I2/..4 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICF: IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of F'1-O-BKI.I.F: AITS., at 92ni-9I21 East Bav Harbor Drive. Bay Harbor Island. F"lorlda, Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. WILLIAM POLLOCK HERMAN LUDWIO l/ — I .-.-12-19 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1M1I3 SAM BAPOFF, Plaintiff. ys RECKY SM'UKK. Defendant NOTICE TO APPEAR To ii.-. kv sapoff BlistOI Slleet Brooklyn, New fort You in-.liei.ii. notified that a Hill ,.f Comptalat tor Wvorae has been filed agalnal you, and you are, required to serve a co|, of NOIII Answer or ,.,,„., ,,!...,.ling to the inn Uomptalnt ,, ll.iliifff'atloriiev SIIF.I.I ><-M N I l-l.'HI'K 7"'. Beybold Mulldlng. MlI it.f.i and fibthe original Answer or pleadlaa I" the "ifflce of rk of the Circuit Court In and 1 p Florida, on ot before the llth dav ..r Marc*. IH4: othorwise, the "f 'he lo'l •'• Int will be taken ai rot P kTED this Mb dav of i-.l.i 11.1' v i: n LEATHBRMAN, ; ,,f the Circuit Court B M C IIREBN, iSeali Deput) dork M ,KI.I".N N LEI .in K. BSQ. 4J Attorned foi Plaintiff | il-ll-M — l/ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of "THE OWBN •-. i ", at v.:i N K. I-I Avenue, Miami. Ha., inf.nils to rcgls. S name vvitli (I,, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Had,Coonty, FtorIda. HANK .1. OWEN, Sole Owner M> Kits. HEIMAN \ KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 1 Sev I.,Id Hldg. 2 '12-19-26 — 3/5 !'! %  1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKKKIIV GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HAMPSHIRE APARTMENTS, at 12:14-35-3* Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. WOLFE M EN I >E I X YS MIRIAM MENDF:IJSTM WILLIAM 1 BRENNER Attorney for Parties 2/12-19-28 — 1/5 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERBBT C.1VEN thst the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of AnSol Co., at P. O. Box 478, Miami Beach, intend* to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>a.le County, Florida. SAIL A HACKMYER. Sole Owner MKLVIN B. F'RCMKES Attorney for Applicant 1 Lincoln Road 2/..-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PHILLIPS FURNITURE CO., (Not Inc.) at MM B.W. Ith Street. Miami. I la., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court or i lade 'ount ioiida PHIL II BEARKAN Sol,. iwner HENRY M CAIN Attorney for Applicant 1318 w.st Flagler St., .Miami, Florida 2/8-12-1I-2I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE OOUNTY, FLORIDA No. 166089 CARL c. LIENAC. Plaintiff, v*. HERTHA ADELR A MALI A IJENAL, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: HERTHA ADELE AMALIA LIENAC :,(r7? Bradlev Boulevard Bethes.la, Maryland. Yin ARF: HF:RF:BY NOTIFIED, that a Bill of Com|ilalnt for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer on the plaintiffattorney, CHARLES .1. COCKSHON. 311 Lincoln Road. .Miami Beach. Florida, and file the original Answer in the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court, on or before the ,'.th day of March. IIS4, or the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed. DONE AND ORDERED, at Miami. Florida, this 3rd day of FYbruary, USD E II. LBATHERMAN. .'lerk. Circuit Court. I tad,, i 'oiintv. F'lot Ida By K. ii 'MCE. .lit (Seah D.putv Clerk 2 '•.-12-19-21, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undoraigned, desiring t.. engage. In business undei the fictitious na LUCKY LEE RANCH, at T'li", Bonlta Drive, Miami B. u i, intends to ragister said nanie with the Clerk "f the Clroult '..nit of Dade County, Florida LEONARD LEE RATNER. Sole ( l\v Her SOMMBR, FRANK A WESTON Allot iiev s for Applicant 1 Lincoln Road I .",-12-19 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 1661*7 CLAIRE II EINOALR, Plaintiff. vs. WILLIAM E. SSINGALE, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: WILLIAM E EINOALE Addiess unknown, but possible in., y be at M4I F:. I9th Street Cleveland. Ohio You are hereby notified that a Mill of Complaint for Invoice ha* been filed against you, atjd you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorneys. KBH8LBR dr OARS. 17X2 West Flagler Street. Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 17th day of March. I9r.4. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken again*t you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall he published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH Fl.olttDIAN. IMtNK AND ORDERED it Miami, liorida. this .'.th dav of FVbruary. A. D ItM, E I! LEATHBRMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida llv WM W STOCKIN.:. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 2/12-19-2I — /.", NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 31518 In Ri ESTATE OF' SAUL .1' ISEPH I'l'.AItl.MA.N. a/I a SAIL .1 PEAI'.I MAN a/k/a S JOSEPH PEARi.MAN, I k.a S .1. PBARLMAN, M.D., I le. ,i To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands. Against Said Eatat. You, and each of you, are hereby notlfi, .1 AI,I\ required t<> ureaeni an.' ciaim* and denian.is nrhlch rou, •> .liher of vuu. may have .igamst llnestatc of SAIL JOSEPH PKARLMAN, .MI deceased late or Iktde County, Florida, lo the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the Minie in their Office* in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florbla. within eight calendar in..nth-, from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demand! to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and present. I as aforesaid, or same will be barred. l>ate February 2. A.D. 19S4. IRENE PBARLMAN, As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of SAUL JOSEPH PEARI.MAN. etc. I leceaeeit. THF:ODORE J SAKOWITZ Attorney for FJxecutrlx 2/:,-12-19-26 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 11334 In Re: Estate of SOPH IB RABINOWITZ, also know as SOPHIE MEYERHON, also know as BOPHIE MEYRISON, I iecease CITATION THE STATE OF" FLORIDA: TO ABRAM MEYERUOSS, and to hla wife, his children and grandchildren, whose names and realdance* are unknown; to JOSEPH OENSTEIN, whoae reaidenca is unknown; t*. tlie children and grandchildren ..f CKI.II: GENSTEIN, Deceased, who •names and resi.ieii.earc unknown; I. widow of JACOB MBYERtJOSR. I'•. ea sad, and to the chlldi en .< nd i n of .i AC. IB MI-:VI:IP ; %  rsTt, i %  • .cased, vv hose names and icsldences ai. i.iiknovv ii. to the vv id .w ... i MEYF^ROOSS, I ased, and to the children and grandchildren of ELI M i: Y l :i:ci i.--s. Deceased, l names ami resldencaa are unknown, and to all pait.es known and unknown, claiming by, througl ndei an] ..r tiie above parties, and to all |,er*ons whomaoevei claiming any Intareal In and to tiie estate of the above named decedent, aa provided in Paragraph Ninth, la), lln. (C) and tdi. of Ii, r last Will and Testament, and to all of the unknown heirs, devisees and legatees claiming, Ol entitled to • lllilll. under said portions of the Last Will and Testament of the above named decedent, and to .,11 other persons concerned %  YiT AP.E HEREBY NOTIFIED that an Order lias been entered In the above estate, 4 s \\ F BLANTON Count) Judge OEi IRCE i "HERTKl IF '.7-ll > llv mid.. Building Miami. Florida FTxecutor for above estate. I 29 — 2 .'.-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIYEN that the un.lei signed, desiring to engage In business undel ihe fictitious name of APPLIANCE CENTER, at 1140 W Flagler Street. Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude Countv. Florida. WASHER MART. INC. MYERS. HEIMAN KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant .",U Sevbolri Itldg. 1/22-21 — 8/I-11 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Jew 1st fhrSdUmr solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Phone 2-4366 for messenger service NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in lulldnpsa under the fictitious name of O. K. EIJCCTRIO CO.,at 4019 N ,W. J7th Court, Hialeah. Fla.. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. ALFRED R. OVKRTHKi.w LAI'RBNCB w KBLLBY SobOwners HOMBR I. MARLOW Attorney for Applicants 111 latngford Illdg. 1 Itt — 2 ".-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVBN th.t the undersigned, desiring to engage iii business under the fictitious name of "DEBRA LYNN SHOP", at 1021 Lincoln Road. Miami Reach, Florida, intends lo register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit court of Dade Countv, Florida. WILLIAM F"n\". .ii: soi.. owner EDWARD s RBKNICK At'ornej for "Dabi %  i.v nn shop'' i tt-tt I 1-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICIIS HEREBY GIVEN th.t i lie iimb rslgned, desiring It Iindel I lie II, t l| loua tl line of %  T HE SWEATER MART nl V ngton Avenue, Miami | ids to registi r -aid n ime w ith the Clai l< of the Ciroull ( 'mini v Moral i V\ II.I,I m |-,,\. ||; "Iivs ARD s RESN1CK Attorney for "The Sweater Mart"



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PAGE8B +Jmist>f*>r*M(M LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that a special election will be held in the City ef North Miami Beach, Florida, from 7 o'clock A.M. until 7 o'clock P.M. on fgonday, February 15, 1954 for the purpose: •HALL THE PROPOSED REVISED CHARTER OF THE CITY OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH,PREPARED %  Y THfc CHARTER REVISION BOARD PURSUANT TO THE STATUTES OF THS STATE OF FLORIDA NOW IN EXISTENCE. TO WIT CHAPTER 16* OF THE FLORIDA STATUTES, 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 S DOPTED OR DISAPPROVED AND OT ADOPTED. PROPOSED REVISED CHARTER FOR THE CITY OF NORTH MIAMI • EACH, DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA ARTICLE I INCORPORATION FORM OF GOVERNMENT — POWERS Section l. INCORPORATION 2. FIIKM OK GOVERNMENT 3. POWER8 OK CITT Section 1. INCORPORATION: The inhabitants of the City of NORTH MIAMI n,;.U'H, within tinc-,.rpi.ration limits its now established or as hereinafter established in the manitel provided hy law. Hiiaill continue to be u municipal body politic aim corporate In perpetuity, under the name ol the "CITT 0* .suit in .MIAMI BEACH' the territorial boundaries of which Mall 1.0 B8 follow.--: Basin at ihe Mouthweat corner ol Section -1. Township %  "South. Kangc 42 Ka.-t. run Northerly aloni tne West lin,. of Moabove mentioned Hecflon t.. to. bast Boundan lines of the l-'loi Ida Cast Coast road; Thence meandering this Kaat Right-of-waj line to the S itl Innof Section U-..2-12 : Westerly along the South line %  •: Section K-.',2-i2 an.I Section l to the Southwest corner "f >17-02-41; Thence Kortherlj along th< M eat line ..I -.ml .-. :.. th.South lln.ol HoNt of the S I ..f Hos'K 1 ..: (he SI-: 1 ..f s1N-52-42: Then Hi said South line i" the \Vesl oi Hi,xt, oi the NI: ol si-:', of Hosi", i-'. Thi nee Noi i hei l.v along I M %  -i line io HoSouth line % %  %  i %  su I, ,.f Hi.. NK', of %  si:', ..I Hoi -.*>2-42; w. htei I) along i. : %  VVi m line ..i [hsi: SM ul S -• %  ', of Seetion 1 ; Noi thi rl> • lie to the \ H | f the SV XK'i "I Hi.SK'i n • .. \\. --. r i w. -I if the K>, West II r XK'i ul Ine ol .... Thence W, • r.2-41 t.. ih, \v SK'i llle SH'i Kcirthi almif thi I line I he Noil -• %  m %  III of Seel .', the %  .,r thi SK>, Seel t-nce X, i the North XEI, the 'I hem i • said Noilh the \Ve*l ( Sect lor • west llm | to the North i %  the SAV, \ : %  SW ol Sectioi : : i Thi %  • ... the North line of the S the SW ie N\\ ', ol r Seel on Thi iff 6 _• ii North III the Ka of the s ,.t thi S\\ SI. 1 ,,;.-.. %  ... .ni;li,-: 1 i %  | the Norl e S\V> of SK'i "1 '! terlj along -..il North i!oEast I %  of the K of ih.si:', • -. .,. Thence Southi i ; said ];.,., line i" the Noi th llm IJ-.i2-12: 'I'h. ii %  North 1 n. ul Section I-212 ami Se, lion Ii 12-42 to the K I he NE'j of the .N'W'', ..', Si 17-52-1.' Thi nee s mihei Iv said K.IM line tn the North Una Dl the ti'/i of the X'j ..i s. ctlon I7-5212; i I en. • %  Knsterly along North line :.. Ih* Weal III ...f ih. i: 1 -.or the \w, of the NE'j of Sei IT-52-42; Thm .Noi therlj along -.ii.i Wi i continuing along the Weal line ol the si-:', of the s\v ', of the SK', .,f s. tlon v",;--'-' ,*". ""' attl "' i' 'he .\\\ -, of the sw, ol the si-:', ,.f 52-42; Thence Westerly South LEGAL NOTICE to the l! to the Weal f Section 8-52 12 along -.nil Weal line of ih.NKI, SYV, of Section aterlj along said Section along said line of the Bl Thence Northerly Una '.. the South of the SW, „| ,1, 8-J2-42: Thence W Sooth hue to HoW.-sl line of the M-:', of the NK'; „r the sw, of Section 8-.i2-42; Thence Northerly along >.. i.l West line Io the South line of the N'W', ,.f Sectl m 8-52 12 Thence Westerly along .-.hi South' line to the Weal line ..f the i the BW ', of the s'l-: 1 .r the \w, of Section 8-52-42; Thence Northerli along -.ul Weal line to the South lui.of t ne \:.-. ,, r u ,,. s llf |hp \\\ ', ,.| Section B.2-12; Then.-e Westerly along said South Una to t".. weal hi r the K> %  of DoM:', :' f -', h V s i v '' "' th Nw "'< % %  < Section i." : V T"' 1 "'" Northerly along snid West line to the South line of the v \v ', of the xw'i, of Section I-S2 12: Tbe.ce Westerly along said South line to the West line of Section 8-52-42: Then.-e Northerly alone the West line of Section <-.".2-42 to the South line of the NVi of the N'-. ;•' the N'M', of s.-elion T-52-42; Theme Westerly along laid South' line •.. the West l|.,e „f the N V, of e 1!S "' lne NK '' f Section 7-52' .' Thence Northerhnlona said v eat line to the North line of Section 7-52-42: Then,-.. Baaterly along \ ? 9"". ,h 'i" e ,.-' f aUong 7. I and '-..'-12 tn the Weal line of the SK', nf th.sw, of the sw, of Section --I2. Ih.-nee Noi lhe.lv |ong said West line to the North line of the the S', of the •/, of the SWW of Section 4-J2-42; Thence Easterly along sai.l North line to the East line of the S\V' of Section l-.. : 4._ Thence Southeii> line of the SW. ami the Eaal lin .-,-,-iii.ii H-,.:-*.' t, along the %  ( Section I of the NU It lne North Ime East 2-4: i Ol LEGAL NOTICE ,i. the SK 1 oi Section -62-42; Thence Easier!} alnna -.ml North line t,, in,i-..,'-t line ,,f Section :• Thence South.-ri> ..long the Baal line of Section -J2-42 and the East line of Section K-32-42 10 the ."-outli hue of tl* Nr of the NEkoj Sswj tiun ls—2-41. TaenCM Westerly along said *.uth line to its Intel section w.ih tn< Eaat Klght-of-waj line of Kederal Hlghwaj No I. Thence-Southwesterl) .,long tin bai Rlght-ol-WHj llm ul i •", ral Hie::w.i\ No I, i.'." i i feel mor< to '.. point, Tlo ii%  > utheaaterlj el an angle uf Id 111 Ii Io II %  with in. ; i. %  more oi leaa, to %  point in a line 4(1 ieet Noi tn d pal illel t" the ith line of thi N4 of the N I the >'', of tin NEW ol -• IS.;'-!. rhem • >'% %  ierlj and 1,-1 to h lln< \" "i feel more -. Then e Southi r • feel in. : leaa rhence W esti i ti paral i.-i i,, an i m feel South ol th. yij of the NBW el the sv\ ol • S E f -• K-aC-4: leet to the fcaal Rlght-o/-wa) line ol rVderal llighwu N .. l. Thence Southwesterly • H'a) ..in 12 f< %  • 10 I!.. Nortl re f the SK', of the SW '. : the affl of :h. NI'', .-. ... I'h. ti• Baal ;.,.n •.. • i or leaa to th.Baal line ol th.W'v ,-' the w .i i: ..f Section '-•" %  K rh< Bouthi W F!-,--i line :.the South line ,.f thNW, ol :h. N\^ ..f the si: 1 ,.f Section laThen • Weaterlj along said S thi V\ • -' I • .1 'he SE' of .-. • i: Th n • Northei b ng I Weal Ini to ti Inu risl Right-of-Wa) thweaterlj to thi • •-. rctk>n of the North lim 5, Blocl I it then %  | • %  %  %  1 to thi \\ -• %  Iligha N • %  %  ... • %  tlt-of.Wa) 1 • Soulh westei %  n ij,. • ion of thi Noil I HOCK I. al istel 1 I the Norl : I...I I. to : I i lighu ay Ni %  South., • %  ,\ %  ,.f said Itighl %  H ., to the •• Weslt-rl I A -loll. %  %  %  Wesl .., u 2, [hi %  K the %  nl Ul 1 1u thi Weal f-W lne of I .1. i..l lligh..... IVi -Was line to the South 111 %  the f Lol I. 2. afoie%  • i-u along thi Wesi ol i. %  I Hoc k 2, a I Nortl .;:, ,,f r Section North of Seclioll i:.-:.2-4i to tlw Hank ol th.Ottta Ulver; .southwestern and meanwith t'leta Kiv.r to a .n the .Noithwes.eiiy bank river I'm feet West ol K..M line o! Ihr SW. ..I --•' i. Then, r Northerly and th,. -..in K.st line "f the NWS Weat Theme del lilt l„..n, ,. ol -.ll'l th 11.. II 1 l.ar.ill. I tl K ', to the SOUtll line ol UM N*J ,., .-. ,„,n I %  %  .2. -' %  the I'OIIH ol Bi tiiinm tiffM o lieginnliuc. the Northweal eorner "t i Section -**-; Tben.e .sierl) along the North line ,,, the SW4a t" the liast Hue oi the lit .., the NK'. ol tne NW'. oi th. SW, of Hecttoil s-2-42: Ihenc.Soulheri) along said Baal line to the hi the N'; "I the NWVi SWS of Section >-,---. H %  lerl) along aald South the Weal Ii ( S" i.on -12 Thence Northeii) along aald Weal line to the Northweal i ornei ,.i ih.sw, of Section 1-52-42; And the Hoini oi Beginning. AJ .„__ M s^tion 2 FORM OF GOVERN. MENT: Thai tne Government of aald mil be veated m a Mayor, and ouncil; .mil the Ooveinmeni of itv shall !>•• inied on by the Si'Uth ..! tile lll.il'il.ne 111 LIGAL NOTICE jlowing offlcera, lo-wlt: MAI'HI CITT ti it'Niil. MUNICIPAL JL'DOE CITY ATTORNEY CI.KHK IAN ASSESSOR TAX i"i.i.i:i"i"i: Al'DlTOR persona who hold office ,.f North Miami Beach %  %  • ,.t .,n election by the people, or iion b) the City Council, or, w:... are appointed :,> am City office, whethri herein dealgnated or preacrlbe,i i.\ Ordinance purauanl to the prohen "i shall Iheld and deemed to be CM) Offlcera ol the i'n> of North Miami Beai ti Section 3. POWERS OF CITY: The Cltj shall have all th. powen granted to ., municipal corporation and lo • .t.. the Constitution and (leneraJ %  || State, lofttber with .ill • ai r to i .ii r> in,v. on .ill powers granted The fltj ii •• propertj within ,.i noi ate limits foi an) Clt) simple, or any leaser ti .--,•.b) pui ondemnatlon, and : ige, hold, manproper^ ..Ita nti %  -' %  and, i gcepl as natltutioi -f this Stall • ma of this Cl I .1,1 rash) i i ...\, %  %  • im tloni Ighls, ^, ,nrt hmniunlrfes %  nature nS The .-num. ited pai' : %  ... r,n this Charter shall I .' %  ed ti !"• %  \. I :-;\ a li I 111 ai.lt• he i".w ,-i enumei ated or Implied hereby, oi appropriate to • -,f su. h i 1 "''. ••• a. It .i i shall hav, and po • i in. Ii under i>l ih. line to • hi i:.,-• Ih. aim a Sei tloi .:. is -| %  %  %  of \\.... Im, r No I; 'I'h, i Soul I Right f-Wa i. il %  .Illel ..I .' NW k, ol %  !*•' -' • feel -.. : '' %  from I.. %  • !. nl R K M I. Subdivision ... then %  ] || ,, I M.I, founl i Id Thi ,l,,| |.,i illel 1 • %  ; i.,„ of Ih, \\\ %  -. .,. distance ol SHI f %  '. %  : i.nrallel u, the High waj \n ,uih line of the NE', 2l-.'.2-l2. T Ii i. V along said South line 25 ::.! 1 %  f the SI.', ol the NE', of thi SW So nl I) Ii ml. .1 • hat Hothe Const itntion of this SI ite, II mnpetent fm this I'hartei tO %  III,'. ENUMERATE!) POWERS OF THE CITY: l .1 %  shall Ii iv %  • aleI granti I thi iii Tn establish, la) out i ., ol. n. II nii.ii). .in l oth. w -.unproi.and to ab in.lon oi i a i %  ,il.bi dges, sldeu., Ik-. • %  • r, % %  .in. and 'i wiri tr iv,.i. i ,d it trafl •. .ui\ ,.i ., II Mpeh 'H\ in liuillng the power t,, regulate thi enl, ,,p. ration and %  • englnea, I ra Ina, motoi, a ml operating In or tl 11 y; and all wlrea, • les to Ipi.i. ed I maintained undi i ground %  .,1 I ., i to and in.i nl iin al thi Ii • \... nac ade%  Ing lights, gates ., id sig "•' | oi „t, hmen, u here dee ,1 to) i .... %  se all powei -. the ob' whli h ito pi ti ihi public ii it'll, safet) pul.I j p,,|, i welfare; and i ..,,.,, t ill i„ held i,, I,.void |iuinl hown^to b inn .1-. "i i'.. lirei se, U|Hin sui h t< r I II" Coum ll luav fi to 'in., .i. i. i mini and t ta l, will %  ihi %  I %  i ..ii i ii ., i %  %  • II si: %  lit %  •i i) in it the 'l Of %  ii 81 %  llf the N II i'h. ni along aald Baal line n ',' I the NW. of ih,M-.'i of the BW', ol s 12; Thence Westerl) South line to the I SK', of Hi, SW, of Ho the su ', of Section 21 12 line being also thi i ,. ,, ii A '"V",' 1 1 I''-" of l: K \i,|„,„ V,' ; ; *'• %  •' '" %  '.• the riat ther.-of. rei orded In Plal ISo.,k 'tpjge 22, of the I'ubll, i:, ,.. I'aii,i ounty, Florida the North line of Lot 28, nfon %  uMlvlalon: Thence Sou along the Baai line of l.,,i : %  -. a fore%  aid subdivision 881 tr, f,.„t i„ ,h.. South ,i„ „, ,.„ j 8i „,„.._,„ h olvlalon, being alan the North line '• f ','" f 'he S'-. f Section 21-52-42 TinBaaterK along said North line to ,,,-•. line of the s'-. of the sw, ,,(,,,. si.', „f Section 81-52-4J Then e Houtherly along # sald Bast line lo ths-onth line of Section 21-52-4? Then.-e We-.eilv .long -ai.l line to the u eat line ,,f -;, ••2-42; Which is the point and lag and n and I-.I ri venue, 1. lo %  • ally, %  '".I i, ,,l| ||. i i. -• ilatcaj %  i |ev\ • warrant ased In tlie l.u.-ii,,%  %  '' %  bj i he person. %  h in.urn.-i ..ni nftei I in iv pi,.. %  f %  ind -., 01 |. • %  tax oi be i Ie in .."•ii aui h I.-inr ,'"" "'"" .' ,l ""' "'" la thereof In the Jo In ,.... .,.„, ,,,,!,,, ImiH* -i\ elllnes %  South ctlon 21of begin J24J; Thence Baaterly Kouth Right-of-way line "oi, Southerly and parallel to the f _' h '.^ w '' '•' Bectlon Thcnc I-ii-t line -.2-42 to a point fif.0 f'ee \CrWi n he South line of the NWU St LI tion 1.1-52-42; Thence East. %  1 „„,, parallel to the South line of the :,;;!;";: %  %  ine sasessment %  intents, I.,. of such i """'shall be mi : ,'^""-' rsons the i, .,,., ,, fjj the -., "2* To a< Hull.. sell P' ties h otherwise, for ii taxes oi snevided that the %  il form and equal in,I 1 %  inn del rlrcumsta n, as .'•II ortgagi UsaaeT sell, oroL„X '!' '^""'W A watSr 'smfrT" MWrr If) in 0) 'ni.iistra,,,,',," ,f C "" MPublic Markets incinerators Vi'i'.u!"",' r unds Auditorium Amphilhtatres nUPAY, FEBRUARY 1 2. i 954 LEGAL NOTICE (k) l'arks il) liaygrounehl inn "loir courses _.,-,. tni Athletic and recreational nefa (ul i MI king lota tpl I'uiilic Libiary (aii-orwlmr to the provisionsof the iir1ieil latws, as contained In Sec-tlona 167,10 to lH.tH. Inclusive, of lionda Statutes) 113) To enact Ordinances defining; ofieilNes against the City and U> provide the puulshment therelore," but' Ul such cases the maximum fine W b* imposed shall not exYeed K1VT Hundred (f '""> Hollars, and iin|irisMinien shall not exceed Sixty (Wj stave. or both; illi To levy, assess and cotlect suoh general and special taxes on property, >eal or piraunal or both, tritbln the City, and such special assessment lor special or local Improvement-, and such excise and privilege lax shall be lawful for carrying! out I he pui pose and powers of the City, and provided that no taxes In excess of two 12) mills shall lie Na-ietl' for the benefit of a public library: (15) To levy, aases and collect tax* and in honow money, within tSbl limits pi escribed by general law: #> %  to lev) and collect snocial assessmcnT*. for benefits conferred: (lb) To furnish all local public services. 10 purchase, hire, construct, uwn, mail, i a in and operate or lease local public utilities; to acquire by ondeiiiiiai ion or otherwise, ilhin or without the corporate limits property ary lor any suoh pnKjiuaes, subject to the restrictions Insnosed by general law for the protection of other communities: and tu grant local public utility franchises and to regulate the exercise thereof. iITi To make local public Improvements and to acquire by condemnation ,.i otherwise, property within or without its corporate Hunt* necessary for such tinpr,-M-inents. and also to acqulre an >-\i %  -over that needed for .mi -ii. h Improvement, and to sell or \.. -s p roperty with res trict ions in order to protect and preserve the Improvement; il-i To issue and sell bonds on the security, in whole or In part, or any such excess peoparty, or of such ex,.-. property, or of any public utility owned b) the City, or of the revenue thereof oi of both, including the east of ,i public utility, If de.-med desirable t>\ the ''ii*. a franchise stating the terms upon which, in case of foreclosure, the purchaser ma] operate -il. Il ul ilil ) iii'i To organise and administer public libraries subject t" the General (201 To adpnt and enforce within ihe.i limits, local p,,li, • %  -.,nitarY and oil,, i similar reg-uurttons not m 'inflict with th. General Usi; i.'li To provide for slum clearance ami the rehabilitation of blighted ar%  and mils of mnnc) or proiiertf* or loanor money or cretin for utics purposes shall t" 1 deetnjpil t. be %  • Crsj puns (22) '!'•:.• I.• ,'. %  ... i inlrasst Ii id low in and f,.i n and nihei fn iii or appurtenant thi i..'.,#iinil il mone) or pmpei %  % %  %  ns .,[ mone) .r i..-iii i I ousrflSs shall be deemed to be I Clt) ptsrpose ARTICLE II THE COUNCIL; THE MAYOR 1 Number, selection and term 2 Qualifications S ilSI.V I Titnlni head The Jffa-yrw I'ovrert and duties ,>f rhe Mil > "t 6 Vai am lea In offli .• of tTie M,I> or T Powerof Council Va am les In < 'ouncil Indui ilon mcll Into offli .-. Meetings of < ouncil i" Coum il i j idge ,,f qualifications of itmem1 1 Rules of l'r llllle, Journal 1 2 i ltd,nan •12 Procedure for passage, of Ordinances; first i, 11, Second reading and public i eai ing 1" Further • n isldei stlon; rinal isissBffjBi 16. I'ui.li, ,nion of Ordinal aftei fin il pam igi pa rinlssive referendum 1 7 I linei gene) %  .ii .5"'!". NUMBrf. SELECTION AND TERM: The Council shall have rivi i members elected for s term ol ruur years each, provided, howss/er, that • i onn.-ii %  chief of Police > -iii. I hold office al ihplea.uean.l i.K M V r "'"' ,h ''"> '•ouncil Z .„.£""* *""" ""'l "'"Ie-hsll after 1.,." ',"; ""* '" l:,v h '"t"^^^ ** *•• %  *-. •. %  .• I,''" '" nrnoeIv for Ihe Cltv ; ."and all Judicial .ate or sale, under laW| whfrf Is a pai r* '•) to sign all bond i deeils the City rontrarta. n"to -fciL h !: '"•" %  umenta In writ: nlhoV^H^ 'a' OtT*"" r-rt. when %  -i~ tn do •" bv dins nee or "on of the City c„„ n ell. mage recomniendatlona from a,i Hods for the gca-en oin. City larpartments „ wU v •JIIS nju K ,.ieni, lies, pionioi-T. ln teraata of tne City, and "t .n 1 .,* ln pernM-ni alt duties ,„ 2,' u ""'I by. Ordtnancai, of t„„ %  V UB0 "" tnrs Charter. s <"ioie. a '*•" •tor or Coinptsobi-r., ,,,! Auui ami duties lofaii oi iucVat J^ %  <-r may 1.,^,lX t !l^ &*£*> ,w,n i 'd nV tft'S Cliiii i,s and^,"; *u*nw teJtn. c(,v On.,,,..,,'Cnen^" 1 requireU. a full anu ..„„,„". "T "' %  neait o all receipts a,,', J,^' n.e,.u of the „> „ ,„., "T*£. Mtaiement; anu .iall HIM, S55S suu aabni.l lo cmn .... ,.' !" ^ Clfy i ouncil at in. -.,„„„' r ^ >"' lueethlg III cacn nioutn „ .t,,!* !" showing the amount („!"" Penaes of each City i-c|.,,t n .en. r hs preceding mo,,,,,, ,..,. n „ w lne sill'iuni leiluwed to ... h uaiuri incnt wis-n toe Annual e,"^'! (hi lo act on all Ordinal,.-, ~,^. by tbe tU) Council ai.l wna.-i M !;i lie submit.e,. b,.,.,e ,.„(„„ nxll 'j'_ feet to the Ma),.r, ,„ tae^JJoaf *ayor for his approval. ,i ..ppri •he whali sign tne same ... ,i ,Vrai-,i i • to tbe c.,y Clerk.; .f QIMS^LT retnm name with his ,,i.„-,-,.o,..7' wining, tu.the city Couneu ,, ,, neat tegular meeting. i, 0 ,h,i| rauae the same to be entei.-il hi mil uiion Its records of ti„. r pio-vwi. Inga, with the Mayoi ,,i,|e,^ Mn thereto, and puns upon ,h, m im ,< Upon CHl.-idei.-itipn the r,n coum-i snail pass said IJrdlnani • bi a t,m>. fiftha 14/i) majority vote, which vote shall be e.itereu up.n the rets oros, such Ordinance snail men t*. come law, the Mayor's vole t th ii.utiar> notWlthstaBdlna Any Oral. name which shall not be returns! |g the City Council at the i..\t csirOlar meeting after Its passage ufth ,i written veto, shall beconu ., law in like manner as if approved by tlio Mayor or Acting May.-r Section g.VACANClES IN OFFhtE i iK tlAYOR: The I I, 'HIcity Council, during the abse ., dbablllty of the Mayor, shall let at rsrh Mayor, hut while so \fyor, 'o shall not have the t gill to art ..r vets as a member of the %  •. I'ouncH, but llie City Council -l., ,n j-ut-h case, elect s President pn, tem and in case the Mayof shad be absent or lalioilng undei any dlsabiliti I II ih.m (oree days at a llllle, the .uling Mayor shall reoelvi Mayor'i -.,!,,> lor 111." llllle ol Ii Qf d. -ability, provided, thai i i < lent of the abscin-e. sli gin lalfflI cation of (lie Mas dent of the City Council, (he City Council niav elect one ol .• mhert who shall ne Acting May. %  it the acting Ms | inn..: -it i, .f 'uiiiii-il. s u'l, providi a.-e of death, • mi I lailure to i|uallf.v due to I ,,i physical disability, %  ise of failure to slecl a Ma>ol Ih, I ..il.nl of the Clt) i loum ,1 or All ..iiprovided, shall I dudes of said Dffl S Ul I tilled in % manner and pursuant ,':'!> l.B VIII, Bectlon n of this i rter. Section 7. DUTIES AND POWERS OF CITV COUNCIL: The i ity ell shall haie Ihe pOWl all of (he powers grant. I of North Miami Be i 'hni tar, log, ther with .,11 I powera nei esaai y to cai r> 1MB ill powera n .,',:, id %  • - %  '' I,ling or other dlsordi ill to iirevent Hie running • %  • %  hrflt cuttle, horses, dogs. hon-. and fowls and nth. ,e h ii,buds, in th..-n... '"' |h# Clt) IJmlta and lo Impound same ...i.n.h(8) To provide for th. ,, h .. r in-iii of waterworks '"' '" ,-„, pbjlltS lie, — ..IV foi i ".,.,,,,„< Mini niav malt lo the game and whenever thej a.e so eatnbllshed, may < %  %  %  %  ,,. the op.-iaiioii ami maintensoM same. .. .1, (71 To gnint mini %  U'l '' %  "',' |. transportation, telegraph ana phone companies. „ h j,-h (S) To regulate the -i" • street "i other rellwavs -'• %  '" the Cltv Limits. (tl To license, control ..in •,„„„, l-ges. bllslnes--. •;"/„„ ,a-. and professions ''" '.' 1 ,,„|ts. cased in wil hln the ',! v I. %  __ ^ (he amouniof Jlich h" | 1 a 1 „:itav-s -hall be flaed b) • % %  res which smount "f said i x ,„! not INS dependent up"'' %  %  oil*' State revenue law. "",''„ fee" •' ..no. tl insv charge In en. „al not ex-ecdlmt Five Hundred I* lH.lli.rs for th•"""'"'" dV er"l"I board* placards ""A "l -hsll -len. snd no sler. ,"".'"',, hln th erected and maintain''' *"„ fej fit, Limits uHtil such l"J M shall have first I"-" ''" a Pity Clerk ,.„„bite '"J' (101 To control ," %  "',' 1 0 |,-^^ sale f Inlexlratlns l''"„J MB and beer within the Lity.



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LSCAL NOTIC* +JmstncrMiati .„. h ordinances by' *•"• _T i_J"^„|. 01 by both fue an* T^les'sll "'' Ordlnsneea •* 11" "*" r> i" establish uuorr*""', hl-.'h legulationa lor a 0 '-.-,. .I'll I he %  <"• nd r **'. """If I %  -'11 B,>Brd -• "_'"„.. tor, piovlue end jy a a, o H-*rd of Health. l •_,,, f .'lty "f North Ml%  &_-hin shah have the power B ^ l n ,"mu 1 ^f.'nd cniorce gL^nd Mediation* as may. _•"•"".,„ ,|„. preservation ot KVM .i">" > urdiB^arrange nd provide for a City l'ullce DeE-fesrevid. for the inspection of P-LSric li*ni .....i water meters. *,Ti* .... cniorce tmtancM. Ill To u! .1,-,m examination tor '"£. i i i" uke out licenses %  ^ v ," f ,..„..lti.- for falluie to pro l ,-..,.i"-l the infection ol taller* '"< "l't locomotive and SLnnSrrn. and to compel erafilaMpio) ..nly licensed englEI3I'> i-"' ,Uv ,or '•.'£2 Zl" i.. ", liToorovldt the punishment. I.e. -.m.-r putil i i-nt allowed uniiKl • ith.il. ol persons who [,..:....> in %  disturb the peace ,i,, MIou '""' 8or .mV. • nU Wl,hl l he ,,-,!, so aich; or rto., ,1, o| it!, n nances, or an> of L rute ilalloni of the Gt Uo.1 %  %  ""' tne '*> .... fmin time ,„,,!„;..in. fit) except an itln othi • "'"' i] .. """" or with Clt) sew. ilute any other ma) tend to welfare MM lo iniilul.lt anil nuaei and ola%  i ,,iiexhibit i .,'!. %  "i amusement to Pinhibit lie pictures uiate, reatraln or of nianu. ii easing pi n Hi. sale lui< the atoraJie i.ir. pilch, resin, oaene, gssotlhle. cxploaHtl-I i.ll. tn i si hi -. i sndles, in all i-tay n Inn i Hti I i< turvi I I %  • I inr ... %  •-. ol business: i__. l. 1. a..l.. |llll i ll II I' To i I In. I v • ( fc'.i To ill Hi.' Ml and mi KUIIR in i regul ii. inirk, fio.M • i' i n .mil oils. InapectloB of i. gulata Hi.litry, fish, f i nit MI in in portion r i > ci.nlinli her pens I —*• • '— IMIS where th ,,i withnil t.i pr..\ lili i Mu laii und recslate %  jubr I J I 'o J 1 I' \ | %  •n Ihi .':'..it .lilindthei nany Other ilangerCesj or I II n .,r tlu-li 1,1*1 I, -1 ... ...... ii i.. mitt,'. the .i i. movi 'i. • ml'i-inic, Im i • % %  i i !• iin, %  •••r ii,,i. uf i.iii.ii, % %  •' %  • Ihe flty wliHIK.nite IIIHIIM: • in lannmonl ol II ordliuuii %  ..• %  or other I I,I II llill.llH %  • %  paid To %  il IIMI al in, lii'd ,1 authority • ol, tai 111' i null ,,l. IA \ .IIHI ile> upon lbs n.1 public plncei IM to reguUte. aii'i |....hii. hawkers and MreeU, •' S?V* ntl '" :i i ,; i penaltloi ms of lt ,,,rh i .. ,. In'tctnnbovr fit) Council ahull nd IIII fni in nil I1i,. ip'in Hi, in by the I '-.,, ,' "."" '" 'ore*, or %  ,„,„;.. 't,-r l.o enacted, II.' KiiM-rnment I.n i provi %  I ''' KI'TM, in.. of liii'iinaiNtent I" i'h th„ ""' iiiciimlatent a "'i ih. ,, {; il, -""i nf tins Charter, '•liv ,-,.,, M ,' • Up4i,narviK, landing;,, market %  < ?""'."., "Pacea, biidgua. Hewei-n, trsawhes. altches, rulwrta, cannts atieama, water umirsen, dock-Unea ajul the location u* non d.H-k-llnea, slijewutk*. curbing, public b.iilclmr.s aud to rlaand f^teblish the grsdea of all highways, atreeta, pin k>. parkway*, avenues, alley a ami tbi.iouKlifarea.(2) To bulkhead any waterway, to op. ii. wlut-ii. gia.ik. pave, repair anj otheinviae unpiuve atreeta, alleys, avenues, boulevaraa. laima and other public Highways, mm in conati in t storm seweis, satiliHry aetrers anil other mains nu JC ci s -itnin and unoer any street, alley, avenue, lane or other public lnglinuy, to purchase, lay out ami improve parks aud park* ay n. to consti ucl or puri-n.iMa telephone Hyutein, and works for supplying said city and Its in K lntaius with water; lo build audio service or connecting app.uatus between ull or airy real estate within tn* City and any sewer or dram, or any kUbteiranean conduit, pjfre or duct for toe supply o( gas, OtOOtrwg eueigy, or water, owneu or by the Clay, or about to I constructed by i he City In front • n iirn.uju. ley ere. t or pin a City malt, kssauiiala *r the or detenthM ofwm slbk; Jails. market houses or other bulldtisu. for a ii municipal purimeek. and to eiiatp nd .'in nish the wm>. to erect bridges, culverta aad Vhsssscts uw any waterway, ralh-nad track, or other depresalon In ttr oviaVr any street, boulevard, avenue, ala-y, lane or other public highway: to oonatruct tunnela under any waterway or railroad; to cxteJMI Its coritorale limils in the niaBSyer iwnvagssl bv the l-aws of the Mate e< fail lie; to construct or purchaae any odrkssl or lo<-al railway for the transportation of passengers or freight; to Construct ship channels, canals, basins and waterways within the City or Into or through any part nf Biaoajrsje Hay, and any harbors within the City lamps for such width anil length and for auch depth as the City Council shall deem necessary or convenient for the use of shipping; to contract with the i:.<\eminent of the UnltOd Slates for Hid of the Uiivernment for such work done. or to bo done hy the tJovetninent; to construct nr aciiulre wharves, dooato, warehouses and other properties within or without the City Limits, doomed i,-the Council in be necessary nr convenient for the use of shipping: to acquire ail lands, submersed land, riparian rights, doomed necessary for any of the foregoing purposes, or for any municipal puipns.IM) To condemn, in addition to its powers of eminent domain under the other l.aws of the stale, any water, ire, gas. power or light plan!, telephone system, in street is Incal railway, ship channel, canal, basin, waterway, Wharf, dock, warehouse lands, submerged lands, riparian rights or buildings Of any part thereof with any and all franchises, rights and • '-. incuts thereto belongIng in appertaining by proceeding In the manner provided In the Laws of KlniKla for the i\ of the rights nf eminent domain. (3D To operate, maintain, repali ami extend any and all "f its municipal properties Tn tasks contrni t -Itli Dadi Counly, %  with any person, firm or i .a pni htlon, I, hli ii a pot lion of the cool ol any municipal Im provemi ni t" be on ned b) the i '11) shall be inane liMI, ii contracting party, UIHUI such terms as t,. payiiient ami othei dj,ss as the Council Ii,a iletel mine, (II) To desti iisin face pi t\ %  CI I i I~ i hi i fm ms ni i SCOU t.ules fm sewage, other than the sanitary service sewers, and power 1.1 compel proport) owners to m t thou premises -Ith set Ii c -, and in ease nf 111. i i %  fusai after notice given, to authorlas such connection to be made b) the City, and tn fi* a lien upon s II, Ii premises for the cost [hereof, Of the same nature, and to the same extent as the lion lor ti os, the Clt) mav coll) el -!i ebai ge ot Hen In the same manlier in which city taXi at,collected t-ection S. VACANCIES IN COUN CIL: All vacancies In terms occurring in the fity Council shall bs filled In a n ne. and pursuant to ARTICLE VIII, Section II of this charter Section 9. INDUCTION OF COUNCIL INTO OFFICE; MEETINGS OF COUNCIL: The first meeting ol each newh i l., ted Council, for Induction Into office, shall !••• held ai s: c lock In the evening on the first Tuesda) (oil.,wing itelection, after win, Ii the Council shall meet regularly at such i s as may !'•• prescribed b) Its rules, but not less frequently thun twice each month Al such first lug the Council shall elect one ol its members as President "f the louncii. whose duties shall be to preside Si all moetlnfsol the City Council, AH meetings Of the Council shall be open to "'section' 10. COUNCIL TO BE JUDGE OF QUALIFICATIONS OF ITS MEMBERS: The Council shall bs Ihe Judge of tin Slectlon and qualification of. Its members and f... such purpose shall have the power to SUDpnemi witnesses and require the production of records. _______ ... Section 11. RULES OF PROCEDURE. JOURNAL: The Council shsll pole mine its own rulays and ordsr o|_WlsIneas. It shall keep a Journal or Its proceedings ami the Journal shall be open to publii' Ins) Hon. Seet.on it. ORDINANCES: In addltfbn i" such a.t..f the Councllas are rmiulred bstatuts ,H b) tins I "•"'' in be by Ordinance, ever) a.t or tmI',.urn II establishing s fine or other penalty or providing for the *xpenoiture of fiimls or for the ,,,inra, ting ol Indebtedness, shall be bs Ordlnani Thsaactlnj Mause of all Ornamys shall lie, TIIK r<>\-\> II. "ITIII. CITY ne' NORTH MIAMI I I t< H HRRKRY ORDAINS" Section IS. PROCEDURE FOR PASSAGE OF ORDINANCES: F"R*T READING: Kvery Ordinance shall M Introduced In wilting In the formi in Which It Is to be finally Psssrd. and aft-r imssags on first reading shall b posted at City Hall at least once together with s Notice of the time d place when and where it will b e.flven !. p 1. hearing and *~ cnsl.tered for final passage The first jiuch postOrdlnauce shall be read in full and after au_i> leading^ all perauns li.tereatea slmll be given mi opportunity 10 be hei.lil ATION; FI.SAL PAAGE: Alior Seek hearing the i ouncil may liualiy paae such ijruinance wkn or ,ni.,„i am. uilm.in, except tnat if It snail make an amendment which constitutes a i I kr ol aubalancc. it shall n,.i rinally puss the Ordiiutnce until it shall ii..-e capsed the amended rctii.ns to be posted at, least one*-. figetnerwith u i\,,lii,m liva.liiur and place when and wt^ir ,sin I, ., l; Urdluam-e will l,e lurih.,consioireu, which publication shall be at least StVen I ,) days prior to the time stated. Al the time so advertised or at anytime and place at which such meetings shall l,e adjourned, the amended Ordinance shall inread m fun aim a public hearing thereon shall be held and after suon hearing the governing body may finally puss such amended ii ...a.tin ... or a-.un amend It subject to the same conditions. The second passage of any Ordinance pursuant to thla I barter eiiall Ufinal and no further passage shall Inrequired. Section is. PUBLICATION OF ORS NANCES AFTER fINAL PASSIX; PERMISSIVE REFERENDUM: lei final passage, every Ordinance shall again be posted In full, and, except as otherwise provided In thla Charter shall be subject to permissive referendum aa provided in .tltK'l.M IX of this Charter. Kvery Or#Jwnee. unless it shall specify another dale, shall become effective as provided In ARTICLE II, Section :,-h of this Charter: or, if the Ordinance he submitted at a referendum election, then upon a favorable vote of the majority of (nose -otlng thereo n except as otherwise express*/ PS a I Si d hi ties. Charter. LEGAL NOTICE days after date of postttw, at whieh the Council wjil hold a public ln-anng. Section 6. PUBLIC HEARING ON wUOGET: At the lime aad place so advertised, or It any time and place to which mull public hearing shsll. Horn time to time be ndjourned, the Council shall hold a public hearing on the budget as submitted, at which all Interested persons snail be given an opportunity (u be heard, for or an.mist the estimates or any Item thereof. Section 6. FURTHER CONSIDERATION OF BUDGET; After the con1 elusion hi such public hearing, the* i ouucil may inseit new Items or msy Increase nr deciease Ihe Itema of tm bndgnt, except Items In propoaed expendilures fixed by law or prescribed by subsections (ai. U>). , (e), tf). (g). (hi, and ill of Section 26. The Conn, il may not vary the titles, descliptloni Or coiiriillona of admiiiisinitiuii specified in the budget. II, dmInserting any additional Item or increasing any item nf appropriation, It must CaUSe to lie posted a .Notice Setting forth the nature of the prn|M>aed inereases and fixing a time and ptsoo, not less than five (.'.) days after posting at which the council will hold a public hearing thereon. Section 7. ADOPTION OF BUDGET: After such further hearing the Council may insert the additional item or items and make the Increase or Increaaes, lo the amount h each case inehcated lay the •netea Seat ice. or to a l e-. e r vmomnt. hot tswaWe It shall Increase the tots* [ I'Ss n sod expenditures, it shall a-bs-i Increaas the.total antli ipated revenue teat least equal such total propnscd geaMldlturra. Section g VOTE Rt ADOPTION: The I adopted by the fav of RED FOR shall be vote of at the members LEGAL NOTICE Section 17. EMERGENCY ORDI NANCES: Sections IL'. 1:1, H, It, and IB shall not apply tu any Ordinance which is Introduced at the Council as an Bmnrasncy Ordinance. Such an Ordinance mahe passed after the second reading during the Council Mooting at which said Kmergeucy ordinance is Introduced; provided, however, that the factg that constitute the .emergency shall be stated in said i ndii.aui and shall, ill fact constitute an emergency within the meaning of said word, i.e. fire, flood, famine, war, epidemic, or any other happening which neccessltatss the promulgation of Immediate law fur the safety of life, proport) and health. ARTICLE 111 BUDGET Section i. Fiscal ear 8, Preparation and submission "i budget 3. Iludget a public record 4. Publication of Nol I Public liearing 5. Public il.ai in-mi Budgi t 6. Further consideration ol Clldget 7 Adoption of Budget v. Vote i equii end lor adopt i ill s. Hate ui Kinal adoption; failure t" adopt 10. Effective d.ue of Budget: certification; copies in.id. a aTlable 11. Budget establishes appropi lat ions II. Budget establishes amount to l„raised by plop. 111 tax; certification to taxing aiillioi iiy 13. Iludget meOSSUje; current operations 14. Budgrei mooaagei 1 cnpitai ini|H"o-'elllellts K,. Budget in, ssage; capital procram 16. Budget message; supporting schedules 17. Budget 1>. Anticipated revenues 19, Anticipated revenues com,ii ...I with Other years 20. Surplus 11, Miscellaneous rovenuos ;i. .Miscella in ous revenues; anticipated surplus Irom municipal utility or other public service enterprise J3. Miscella neoue revenues. measure of estlmares 24. .Mlscellanei.ua revenues receipts lor special aasesainellts 23 Mis, ellaninue revenues; fioni tnsowrcea g. Proposed expeHtteres 27. rroposed expenditures: romparlaoa with other years 21 I low n payments on capital projertM 20. Iludget summary Section 1. FISCAL YEAS: The fiaear >.f the City tlesmenmeni snail begin on the Ural isvy of November and shall end on Ihe Isst %  f.^ Ol October ot each calendar year. Such fiscal year shall also constitute Ins budget ami accounting year As used i„ this Charter, the term Budget Tear" shall moan the fiscal year for which any particular budget la adopted ami in which It is administered. Section 2. PREPARATION AND SUBMISSION OF BUDGET: The Mayor si Last sixty (60) dayprior jo the beginning ol each budget year, shall submit to the City • ouncU a hudgel and an explanatmy budget message In the form and with the con tents provll by Sect mns II and II |.-,,i SII, ii purpose, at such due -hall determine, he, or I deslunati.il bv hlni. shall .,,.. load if each ofllce, department or %  gency, e.-tlinates ,,f revenue ami exllelldll'll.e ot that off He. I >e|.:. rt 111. -lit Agency, dots I by ontanlaotlon least a majority of the Council. Section S. ATE OF ssAL ADOPTION; FAK.URE TO AOOPT: The budget shall be finally adopted not later than the l",th day of the last month of the fiscal year. Should the Council take no final action on or prior to such day. the budget, aa submitted, shall be deemed to have been finally adopted bv the Council. Section 10. EFFECTIVE DATE OF BUDGET; CERTIFICATION; COPIES MADE AVAILABLE: I'pun final adoption, the budget shall lie in effect for the budget year A copy of the budget as finally adopted, shall be certified by the Mayor ami City Clerk, and filed In the office of the CityClerk. The budget so bertllled shall be printed, mimeographed or otherwise reproduce!] ami sufficient copies thereof shall Inmade available for the use of all olftcss, departments ami .men-, ,-ies ami fm the use of Interested psrsiuis and i iic organizations. Section 11. BUDGET ESTABLISHES APPROPRIATIONS: From the effectlve date-of the budget, the several amounts stated therein as proposed expenditures shaii be and become sppropriated to the several objects ami purposes therein named. Section 12. BUDGBaT ESTABLISHES AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BY PROPERTY TAX; CERTIFICATION TO TAXING AUTHORITY: From the effective date of Ihe budget, the amount stated therein as Ihe .inn,nut to be raised b) proport) tax -hall constitute a determination ol the am.nun ,,r lei -' he officer obtain fiiim unit'and character and object of o> pendllu.e. and such Other supporting data as he may request: tosjetnei With a,? estimate of all la.n.a[pro ecu pendlna or which such Depart atwkiffis Section 3. BUDGET A PUBLit Section 3 RECORD: The l.mlget LIC budget n „:iTud;. m^ace Vo „e .-.-;;rt rlhutlon Iinleresle.l persnns and ?n.H be available &£&" %  ...rl.,,1 nf not leas than tnui) ;• ;,a-': prior to the period of ad.ptIon U> a_ h t%n d" PUBLICATION OF NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS: M S -eefin, of the CltCouncil at which for the purposes nf the City in the i ipondlng tag -ear .\ cop) of ii.,• budget as finally adopted shall be certified by the Mayor and filed b) iiin, with the iff i,-ei, Hoard or Commission whoe*) duly It shall be to I..-such taxes fm the eorreoaonding tax -ear. Section 13. BUDGET MESSAGE: CURRENT OPERATIONS: The budget message submitted hthe Mayor to the Council shall he explanatory ol the budget, shall contain an outline of the proposed financial policies ol the City for the budget y.ai ami -hall describe In connection therewith Ihe imp.. riant features ol the budget plan. it shall set forth th.reasons for salient changes from the prev -ear in cost and re-eli,le Items and shall explain any major changes In financial potlcj Section 14. BUDGET MESSAGE: CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS: As a part of the budget massage, with relation lo the proposed expenditures for down paincuts ainl other proposed expenditures for %  -aiiital projects staled in Ihe budget, the Mayor shall Include a statement ol ponding projects and proposed now espltal projects relating the respective amounts proposed t" be raised therefor by appropriation in the budgel and the respective amounts if any, proposed to inraised therefor by the is-n,,iii f I is during the budget year. Section 15. BUDGET MESSAGE: CAPITAL PROGRAM: The Hi shall also Include in the message, or attach thereto, s capital program ol proposed capital projects for the next i ,.,i year nesl succeeding ths budget year, prepared by ihe planning Cnmn. or other authority, together with hicomments thereon and an) estimates ol coats prepared by the department of public works or isliei office, department or agency ror the ass '>' Mid authority, In preparing such capital program, copies of the departmental estimates of capital protects, filed with ths Mayor, nnrauanl tn Si't ion I of this Article, shall be filed with the Commission, Section 16. BUDGET MESSAGE: SUPPORTING SCHEDULES: Attached to the budget message shall he such supporting schedules, exhibits, and othei explanatory material. In respea t I" both current operations and capital Improvements, BS the Mayor shall belie.-• %  fill to the Council Section 17. BUDGET: Th <• hude.t • hall provide a complete financial plan for the budget year. It shall contain a tabular form; l.o (leneral aummary Ih) Detailed estimates of all anticipated revenues applicable to pinpnaed expenditures Ic) All proposed expenditures The tntai cai. U) IM-, %  < ipts iio.n anirt'iliatcd mJe# 0 eellaiious leVeu.n.s uf"(KUPrt n>n-i '• ceding year In exOys 6f.ttureJti .' malt .,n 1hc-l.uti;;.-t (d> ltecelpts dining tue %  pfevlWls'sH —•• cal year from laxea or Bens agaiiinl vvliieii a complete le%  s. rvo has been • %  mbjjsnou. Section |1, MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE: .VliecellaneoUS leVelllleS Shall Include anliciiatetl revenues tioin the collet tain ol taXSJS oilier than tne general prupcri.lax; theamount state ..i,, lo ne recelvssl; tlie amount by whie.i tne 1 ity is expected to lieuelit lloni taxes cuhccicu uy the Stale tile amounts estimate,I to he t'oooivei from >t iv ices and sales, lines and loifeltures, pension ssasssmsslls speoin ., %  %  1 ntS ami other s|s'is_l or 110Urecurrteg so w Q as Section 22. MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES: ANTlCiPATtD SURPLUS FROM MUNICIPAL UTILITY OR OTHtR PUBLIC StRVICE ENTERPRISE: The anticipated revenues an. proposed expenditures ol each utllli or other public service enterprise owned or operated, hy the City, sha I be staled in a separate section of the budget touch bearing the name of theutllity). ami as to each sort! utility, an anticipated surplus, If legally available tor general purposes, -hall be slated as an item nf miscellaneous revenue In Ihe budget. Section 23 MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE; M-ASURE OF ESTIMATES: .No uustfliarif nus revenue from an.. Source shall be in, hided as an anticipated revenue in the budget in an amount in excess of the average of the amount actually realized III -gab from the same souice in the next pie, cling fiscal year, aud thai actually realized 111 the fust ten months of thcurrent fiscal -car plus that to be received in the remaining two months of the yen estimated as accurate!; as ma1.,.. unless the Ma-or shall determine that the facts ci.arlwarrant the expectation that such excess amount -ill actually be realized cash during the budget year an shall certify such determination In Wl lllllg tO the I'-IIH ISection 24. MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES: RECEIPTS FROM SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS: Revenues from 1 collection ot special .i--.cs-u-.cnts on property specially bsnellttod shall nol be staled In an .iiiioinil winch is it, 1 of 1 be B mo ml "f t he receipt -., derived which it Is estimates! srlli be held In caab on the llrol day ol the budget -. .1 Section 2a. MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES: FROM NEW SOURCES: No rt ven is 1111m .. n.— soui %  : 111 ihe budget >haJ be im in,led unli • Ma) 01 1 h leti I. Ine thai Ihe fai t cleat I) 1 1.1 nt the expi latlon 1 hoi such 1 el. 1 will be actually realised In .ash during the budgi 1 ear In Ihe %  a stated and shall %  ertlf) ten detetwln.11 i.iii iii w 1 it 11 IK to the I "iin. 1 II : 11. rei 1t" be receh• l iron the State, the nntii ipated shall not .11 nt w hi' I the propel ofn t 1 be Bt 1 dei la 1 •• in w riling to be 'I"' amount winch in.1 1 cis'iii ihlot in the buogi %  ai Section 26 PROPOSED EXPEN. DITURES: The pro el shall he itemised n such form and I such extenl as -hall be provided by jaw, ami in the absence % %  such pro'-"ii. b) n gulattona established b in, .. s, p.,i.,te provisions si 1,.. 11., 1 ided .11 the b tdgi foi al least ia) Interest, amortisation, and redemption %  Itau gea on the public del I which tinfaith ami credit ot Hit citis pledged. 11,1 othei statutory expenditure* (i-i The payment ..f .ill ludgrm i,ii Th,amount bs which tne lot receipts ol miscellaneous revenuea In the la.-t completed fiscal • failed to equal ths total ol thi budget estimates ol rec*lpts fi • mlscellaneouo revenues lor (hat year, ie> An amount equal to the agg; gate of all taxes levied fur the tn fiscal year pi lor to the budget • 1 -inch are dollnqusnl and out-t.uiuing on the fi"th 'lay prior to th. beginning ol the budget >ear, except to the extent the CltJ may have modi provision therefor by reserving the full amount of said del quenl taxes ifl An amount e,|llal to tin cat.of ail 1 aiueiiai ion-, remissions, abstemonts and refunds ol taxthat have been made dining Hie Ul 1 elit f is. .,1 \ • %  .*<-. (g) An amount equal to the acu gate of all si--, i.,l 1 avenue n which it Is estimated will be outstanding at the end of the cUI'cl -••ar 111 anticipation ol the collection nf revenues other than the proport] t.. \ (hi An amount equal to ihe aggregate of all emergent y notes which It is estimated will he nut-landing Bt the end of the current year. (II If the City is required i" make up the deficit a laing from the opt aliens of Utility or Other pllhll service enterprises, sn amount etpjat to the deficit from such operations dining tin l.isit completed fiscal -ear. separately stated f*r each utility or other pni,1 service enterprise which appearill a Sepal.lie section of the budget (J) Administration, operation ami maintenance of each Office, Department or Agency el the citItemised by diameter and object of expenditure. (k) Contingent expense In an amount not more than three per centum of the total amount stated) pursuant to subsection (J) of this Section. (I) expenditures proposed for capital projects, including provisions for down payments on capital project* BS required In Section |g ofthisArticle. Section 27. PROPOSED EXPENDITURES: COMPARISON WITH OTHER YEARS: In parallel columns opposite the several itemof proponed cx|*pndltur, there shall be placed the amount *f each such item In the budget of the lt compli flacal vear. the amount of such Items actually expended dairlng such year, the amount ef each such item In the budget of ttge current -far. mid. the amount ecttiallexpended to the time of iifesjaarlng the budget nlua the expesisltuies for the remainder ot



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PAGE 10 B k L**utiFk>rkffan !" DAYjTBmjARY l 2 LEGAL NOTICE the current fiscal rear estimated as sccuratel) as may be. _., Section 28. DOWN PAYMENTS ON CAPITAL PROJECTS: Under the apcclal caption of "Down Payments on Capital Projects" as provided in subsection ii) of Bectlon 16 "f tins Article, there shall be separatel) stated as i" each capital project ror which ii is expected thai bonds will be authorised iitn-iiiK iii<' budget year, a sum which is not less tiian five (*) per centum of the amount I'f bonds < %  • lie authorised tor thai project, rw purposes of down payments .ill street Impuovemente expected to be partly financed by tlie Issuance ox bonds during the hmlKel ymr, may he en sldered a single project; so, also may all proposed < xtenslons of the water system, ami likewise all extension! oi the sewer system. Such an appropriation for a down payment shall not be required before the Issuance of bonds t.i finance any capital expenditure which Is the result of fire, flood or other disaster, or which Is for a t Ity owned or operated utility or other public service enterprise, or which is to be met In part, in cash, labor or materials, by any agency of the Government of the United States of America, or of this State. Section 29. BUDGET SUMMARY: At the head of the budget there .shall appear a summary of the budget, which need nut be L.-.u~-.i 1 • I • than by principal source" "f nl cipated revenue slating separate!) the amount to IKraised D] v and by departments and kinds ,.f expenditures. In such manner as to present to the taxpayers a simple and clear summary of the detailed estimates of the budget ARTICLE IV. BORROWING 1-OR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS Section I. Delinitions 2. Capital Improvements; for the • 'iiy-.it-l.il ge; f"i Districts; Ki qulri %  3. Power i" Incur Indebtedness %  %  Issuing bond 4. Bond %  dinance; Vote 11 %  i ilred 5. %  '•'! in and i ontenl I I Oi lln LEGAL NOTICE maximum cosl of the capital p TO J e '' Including anj sums therel i oi thereto appropriated ,D .\ statement ol the amount of the down paymsnl appropriated m the budget that year In anticipation ,,i" such bond Issue. i;i \ determination "f the pi i a usefulness of the project, within the limitations of Sections 19 and 20 "' this Artie le. (6) A detei mlnBtlon of the i .,„. ii.i.i of the City ..ft-1 %  %  "" '•,„,,, 1 of the bonds therebj authorised, •""'"" "' together with s ueclratlon that t be be .; %  %  > b %  thereby authorised will he tat • d I nun within all debt ei llmltaBond i und. LEGAL NOTICE bond fund; levied In Hid local Improvement and the p "I all tax levied in ;":'•-> in Mir, her h fot the |,i ,>| bonds of the i It) ap LEGAL NOTICE payment of a, ,...-,.ishall be • lei Inated rood for the |;,..,, h vi hi, h tii.i purpi i,i. IK Int. rest oi ,,.u.I Into a fund 10 he 'Improvement Bond I'll, of North Miami %  hall he iis.d i"i no than the payment of principal „f such bonds ss the) maprovided, however, thai the ii annual tax Ii f) ma) the amount then eon-..,1,1 cit) Improveroenl ,iat, ol Bond of p< of Council ul Bi • %  Oi dlnanci ; Cll ;. I-,,iin and content In n l mon comb 8 hoi 111 and Content. nvei age pel .",1 "i usel J 9. procedun foi |*as -.,-<,-i Hond ird n ince; publication aitei final passagi 10. Ki ferendum on Bond Ordlnani e 11. 1..I. tlvi Ordlm 12. No Bond Ordinal • to be passed unless appropriallon made for down paj II., -lit 13. Down payment not required In cet tam cases li. Authorisation of notes in anticipation of Bonds; Matui Ity 13, Other proceedings b) Resolution It AII bonds paid in annual Installments 17. First annual Installment i v Last annual Installment j:. Period of usefulness computed fl '111 date ,! i %  :'". Period >,f usefulness 21. Determination <lsl i the City, i,nt .m> imiiii, ip.ii in menu foi an) District ma> l„ ordered by vote ol the majorit) ,,r th< Council, and with the written consent of the Councilman of the District In win,!, the Improvement is t, be order.-, i and any bonds issue, I under authority .f this Charter shall b. absolutely and direct obligation only of the District for which said Improvement is ordered, unless the Kesolutiou ordering said Improvement shall have been approved by all of the members of the City Council as aforesaid. In which case bonds shall be absolute, general and direct obligation of the City Bonds issued by the City for anv District improvements shall be paid only out of the taxes especially levfed and assessed against the lands lying within the District for which said improvements are made or contemplated. For the payment of the principal and interest of all builds issued hereunder. as they mature, the Cltv Council is hereby authorised and re"qulred to levy an annual special tax upon all taxable property subject t,, the lien of bunds as provided in the preceding section, over and above all taxes authorized or limited bv law or by the Charter of the City sufficient to pay the Interest and principal of said bunds at their several dates of maturity. Section 3. POWER TO INCUR INDEBTEDNESS BY ISSUING BONDS AND NOTES: The Clt) mav incur Indebtedness by issuing Its negotiable bonds and notes. In anticipation of bunds, pursuant to this Charter, to finance am capital project which it may lawfully construct or acquire Section 4. BOND ORDINANCE; VOTE REQUIRED: The City Shall authorise the Issuance of bonds by a "Bond Ordinance" passed by Hie city Council in the a, IIC manner as provided 111 Section !. of tillArticle Section 5. FORM AND CONTENT OF BONO ORDINANCE: A bond nrdiii.nice shall contain in substance at least the following provisions: (II Aii appropriation of %  sum of in,"ie\ f..i a capital project; described in brief and general te, insufficient for i.asi,nahle Identification. i-i To financ the siid appropriation, an authorisation qf the IncurIna of Indebtedness by the Issuance of bonds in u stated amount. p, n suanl t,, this Charter, (...) A statement of the estimated iions prescribed by the Constitution and Laws Of tillStale Section 6. TITLE OF BOND ORDINANCES; CITATION: The title M Bond Ordinance shall state the amount appropriated by an indicated project and the amount ,,f bonds authorised to finance the appropriation. Hond Ordinances shall be cited in bonds and notes by title and date of final passSection 7. FORM AND CONTENT WHEN TWO OR MORE PROJECTS ARE COMBINED: A Is,lid ordinance may combine t or more projects, in which event it shall, for each project, establish separate appropriations and state separately the estimated raaxli iiiin costs and amounts of down pay1 ments, but shall authorise a single I sue of bonds to finance the Sggre%  ate of the appropriations thereby made. The title oi such bond ordinance mav state the aggregate of the appropriations, instead of the respective amount-. Section 8 FORM AND CONTENT; AVERAGE PERIOD OF USEFULNESS: If a b,,tid ordinance embraces two or more projects, it shall. In addition to determining the respective of usefulni -,1' ti i mine the period, taking Into consideration the respect re amount! ol bunds lor si veral proji I Section 9. PROCEDURE FOR PASSAGE OF BOND ORDINANCES: PUBLICATION AFTER FINAL PASSAGE: i'h. ire for pa %  : : I I III. : l>j Sections Section It. EFFECTIVE DATE OF BONO ORDINANCE: Bach bond oidi nan,.shall take effect on the twenty, flrsl (SI) da) aft, i itfirst va id publican,,a after final passage subject to referendum, In which event it shall not take effect unless It be approved In the favorable vote of at least a uinjoiuj of those voting thereon. Section 12. NO BOND ORDINANCE TO BE PASSED UNLESS APPROPRIATION MADE FOR DOWN PAYMENT: No bond ordinance shall be pjMSad unless it stales separately for each, purpose the amount of the "Dvwn J'ayment" specifically appropriated to that pm-pae* In the last previously adopted budget. The down payment shall be an available sum of money equal to at least fi\e per centum fft4 ) of the amount i>f bonds authorised. ,'or the purposes of the down payment, all street Improvements expected to be partly financed by the issuance of bonds during a single fiscal year may be considered %  single project; so. also, may all extensl likewise, all sv stem Section 13 REQUIRED The pn apply t the water extensions system, and of the sewet II ,,t this Charfinal sllb%  Ordinances of the I thai i urdli \ %  Ilowlng form: NOTICE The bond Oi dinan. i i„ isted herewith has been final!) passed and the 20-da) pel hid ol limitation wit inn a h It, ai tlon or pro, ceding questioning thi validity of such Ordinance can be commenced as provided b) the City Chart.:, has begun to run from the date of tinfirst posting of this Notice CITY CLERK Section 10. REFERENDUM ON BOND ORDINANCES: Before an] bonds, applicable to the City-at-larga authorized by this Charter shall be i b) said Clt) of North Miami Beach, acting by and through its City Council and utbel proper officers, it shall be necessary for such proposed bond issue t,, i„. approved by the registered freeholders then residing therein ..t an election called f,-i that pur%  l actuall) voting In such election, nor shall an) such bonds be lafor or as pit. able unl) to a I HeIhin i I Clt) b) tii.a itho,. id. until the Issue then I have likewise been approved b) a majoi ,i, of .i ti. holdi t resid> I Dlsi rll t at .Mi ,-le, ||,,ll for that pui pose and .. %  I lall however, ml ill revi nue bunds hi. h shall %  i b) Ordli the City Cnut >, h %  • i nt ol %  %  i l int to the tel %  ma) be in "" h fxi %  jt. : -i tch n be payabli i. mptlon n. manner, and up %  %  nh oi wltho .' premium; ma) !„• authen1 Ul such ma finer; and ms • i '., n such tei ti,and i ,,\. nanta ill u :,'.," '"', provided In .. i, ord'n Th. sal. ..mi award ol such bonds Shall he negotiated and made in U c|, manner and upon such terms as may hi prescribed bv resolution of the < ity Council Notwithstanding the form or tenor thereof, and In the absence of an express recital on the race thereof that it Is non-negotiable, all siirh revenue bonds shall be negotiable Instruments Bach such ordinance .nay COBtain and exprCjga such covenants and undertakings on behalf of said City as may be deemed proper or advantageous by said Cltv Council ror the purpose of assuring efficient T a r v,:r, h "' %  """ w < n SSSS. and fur the u,ir|s.se of r.ituiring pruu^/t ",. K ,l J-"""< : '"d accounttw and revenues from such operatWa and tfisaaVaa^ta. ,h "--""" %  V poTVion. thereof to the payment of s uc h revenue bonds: provided, that n„ lie,, "_' %  "' %  anv physical property „f the City shall be .•re n Ve.,' ,, ne; r u n y He ; r IZ IN. .1 II default 1 %  tch der,akings„i;:; v ,::';,!:„;;\:;""'^ (1 mns proceedlnga In anv t „f ,, petent Jurisdiction to compel perfora! anoe and compiUnc. therewith' SM b) appointment of a receive, by any such coun. i-ndcr no circumstance. shall any such revenue bonds be or be. .,,,,. .,„ mdebtedneai of said Cltv onnl. statutory or chart.-, i,„, o.s and „ shall be platal) slate. '.',, the face of such rev.-,,„,. |,on,| tl,„t ,, does „.,. eonatltute such indd ,..,., but is payable solelj from ,,.,, ~W 8 ProJect. works and V .um or iV?I DOWN PAYMENT NOT IN CCRTAIN CASES: ions of Section 11 shall not ., i,on,i ,-idinance winch auj thorlsea bonds solely to finance ex-1 pendltures which are the result of fire. ,,' h.rili-.i-te, or a illh-.i lies solel) for the completion oi a munlclpall) owned, ,,i operated utility ,,,other public service enterprlst %  -: authorute bonds solel) t,> ilnano an .. ment of whl h an) pat t of the cosl Is t" be met in cash, labor or ,b) an) .men, v ,,l t he got .t .-; th.In:,. ,1 Htatea ••! Anier:, a. III Ol : Section 14 AUTHORIZATION OF NOTES IN ANTICIPATION OF BONDS: MATURITY: In anticipation of the Issuance of bonds, the Council ma)', b) Resolution, authorise the Issuance .-t negotiable notes, when it shall have theretofore authorised the Isauani. ,,r bonds Ea. h sui h note shall be designated "Hond Anticipation Note", ami. Including renewaJa, shall mature and be paid not more than fou, I.-,-ii ,Mi calemlai months after the date of issuance of the original note. All Is.nd anticipation nules may be sold l,v the propel authority at private sale without prevlous public offering. Section 15. OTHER PROCEEDINGS BY RESOLUTION: All matters in connection with the authorisation sale anil Issuance of bonds ,,r notes nut specifically required to be provided in the bond ordinance mav be determined or provided i> subsequent Resolutions adopted by the affirmative vote of at l.-a-t a majority of the members of the cm i 'ouncll. Section 16. ALL BONDS PAID IN ANNUAL INSTALLMENTS: All bonds Issued pursuant t,. this Chat t, i shall be paid in consecutive annstallmenta, no one ,,t win, h sh.ui b mure than fifty per centum .".,,'. i in excess ,,i the smallest prloi Installment Section 17. FIRST ANNUAL STALLMENT: The first • nt shall be paid not more thai %  ti,. bonds are %  '• not in.-. than two %  vli i f the) Section 18. LAST ANNUAL INSTALLMENT .,,,,,,,.,1 ,,,led I •I I-,tei ihaii the %  th,pei the prole. • r.i th, ti h ii h I I. ei ige pi i lod ol two ed pi oje. •-. .,detere honging th. lance ,-f su. h bonds Section 19. PERIOD OF USEFUL. P 1 C r t M ^ TED FROM DATE OF PASSAGE: Th. period of usefulness of -.,, ii pioj,., t. ami the average rlod in the case of two oi i %  ,„,,,sets combined In one authorls nue, J, !" 1 1 nipilt.,1 from the .\., f final pass.,,;,, of the ls.,,.1 ordinance by NF* X ,' PER,OD OP USEFULNESS: Bonds may !„. iued f„ r terms B^LflSftSl* KL"! MtUfltleS herein provided and the i„,„,-,,|, „ f h „. her.-., must be expended for the purpose* herein provided: (a) Maximum maturity— 30 v,.,,the supply and distribution of water smie'll 1 ".','"'! 1 "" "' r : l"-Pel'lv. ci,: stru. lion ,.f sewers. < .instruction and aiv "Ti",', "'"•" ""' '""""'' l-d'. -i..v plant ,„ structure for the treatment, disposal or filtration ,,f n^aSh v"'"'" """T "S and a'l 1.1 G". ac.essorie, thei.-of in) Maximum Maturity—M vearsi : ; ng. lighting, plumbing. \Zl LiiiitK. elevator and iHiwer plants (c) Maximum Maturltv—in JJ) Public Itnpioveim!!;, ,! vuiZd ;,!;•",;'".•.:.. %  ;->,„.,-,, Section 21 per. pro„ Tnp >'"".' '" f "1 I axei levied and -,i In arcordan th.payment of bonds Issued for Im provementa within a partlculne iH~ trie! in said City after of accruing in,. the p upon the hnn.la £ '" Wld Into :, fund„; n fll nd, "tn %  ; %  ihl';::, 1 ,,; r ? which shall be used for no ol than ti,.. | Of SUCh bonds as they ,,,n,i,,c vlded, however, thai the amount of such annual tax levy may he Juiced Ings invoh ice I !Section 23. PUBLtr i m %  iftc, ., i, n: r" — • l.i pro. qualified ,. 1 onntv ami |, ,,i,,. P UD ned III .he y U ) amounl '"en contained l„ Section 24. SHORT PERIOD OF LIMilATIONS: Vkhen twenty (*o) hall have .-lap.-.-,i aflat the publication aftel final pasa,e ol bond oi oi nances .,provided In this ciiari ,n le, itals or statements of 1.,, t tamed In such bond ordl.a III the preambles or re, .i.ii-. thereof .-i.all be uee d Id be true for tne purpose of determining the validity ol Hobonus thereby authorised and tne City and all others Interested shall forevet there* after i-estopped irom denying the same. Hi) such bond ordinance shall be conclualvel) presumed to have lieen duly and regularly passeil by the Iiv and to comply with the provisions ol this Chaiter and all laws; (C) and the validity of such bond ordinance shall not thereafter be questioned b) either a party plaintiff or a party defendant except In a suit, action or proceedings commenced prior to the expiration of such twenty (20) da) Section 26. PAYMENT OF BONDS AND NOTES: The power and obllC atioi. of the City to pay any and ail Mids and notes hereafter issued by It pursuant to thl Charter, shall be unlimited and the City shall levy ad valorem taxes upon all taxable property within the City for the payment of such bonds or notes and Interest thereon, without limitation of rate or amount. The faith and credit of the ,it) In hereby pledged for the payment of the prlncl|ial and uf the Interest on all bunds and notes of the Clt)hereafter Issued pursuant to this Charter, whether or nut such pledge be stated in the bonds or notes, or In the bond ordinance, authorising their Issuance, except as otherwise provided in Section 10 of this Article The pu r pose of this Section being to ptovide a satisfactory and economi, il method by which public ways wlthii the Citv of North Miami lleach may be Improved. It Is hereby declared that no Irregularity or illegality in connection with anv of the proceedings herein authorised shall. In any v*.,\. .iff,-,, the validity of th,orders ii h Improvements or bonds or contracts, unless such hregularitv ,,, II Lillt) shall substantial!) affe • thi rights Of said '"iiv or Its Inhabitants or the owners ,,f propert) aeeeised f, >' e ,rK '"•> %  That or the two members so elected from .mi 1 K y *.?V w ". h olv "••fvloe statand PT,. rJ. h c, 1 b > %  •"""re ...In I l l r mentB. and the other "' %  '"' ''-'ted from the remaining •Iv I s" V l '" r^l'I'-X-' All of the ivit Seivlce Board shall take office sh-.n'l" m "J'l'olnted. Any vacancies s 11 he f||le,| |„ he „„„ Mnnrf Hf elects? employee. With ... l rTI :'' 1, ." ,u a.r. %  mentioned ,, .a ,'" %  % %  loan. I lie II.Mr< : ;•' "•• ''bief Bxamlm hal :, member of the Hoard an, retarv Th.Hoard ma) I'", %  • %  'Ive assistant. .. T ?.r, iryuponapi lie i hi.f Kxaminer .hall i,r..,i,i„ %  i to of In which the UNCLA^.s-fcV IL 8ERV,CE BOARD: FHVICE S IF r AN ClASSIFIFD t'iiv I w" J hr 0,v service of the tlty I. hereby ,i cteauglLiCAL N0TICS fled and Classified R.-.. -BifiedSeiv ,...'.,: %  i T h. (a) The member of appoint'?! 1 '" l '" r| n Attorney, Jurta, %  ." '' I Chief of fiSK ; ;' ; partment, and the ,. TH. ,.ass,.„.,i Men',, .**" %  %  ill positions not ,.„., %  '-ni|„ b) this Chart..,| ;,;"'.> 'MIHII •^ %  '•Vl.e There shall le ,„', I fled Service three ,!.,-„.' l ta. s the Competli J-kn„ (a) ... ..-..,,,, .|||„.,„, ;„„ %  (.„.„" %  mg for the appointment and The Corrmetitty.. m. ;' Positions „„a ta en.tt" 1 5 fur which It is ,„-.„ I |,' n r'">>3 mine the merit !,„ i ", X '""H VC? 1 "^' ff"PlUlve exanal *.H (b) The Non-c.nm.i o '"'"""wl shall cun.l.t of '',' -| '. ing peculiar an, v -.". ""","sij flcatlon, of „ „.,.. Ill!f .'" %  wil[ professional, or ,.,|„, ,',,.' 8er1 i acter. as may he St^BaSkM rule* of the Hoard. m nri b OJ (c) The Ijibor class h,n ordinary unskilled li„, r Section S. CIVIL SERVICE u POWERS AND DUTIES caKa OF ftULH, The U S ^t ,b ?i ? W SJ nd hH '•" 'equrn* B (11 Adopt, amend „,,d lath ment In all positions',!] t n u r. Nervlce, based on merit, effini character and industry >', diamisnais. suapensloiis, demotiissT resignstlona for can.-,HownarT rules affecting the respecUn or ''". 0 1 PI < ,l "'nents and di,mu_ shall Include or have similar im to the provisions ol Si ,|OB „.T Article. (2> Advise and assist the COL and Mayor In fostering ti„. inuWl in-i Itutlons of learning, ivi, slonal and employe. ..rgaintaMsl the Improvement f p. i-,,nnei ards in the Mum, Ipal Kervlct Cll Advise the i 'ouncll anilMs on problems concer, u* pel 1 ministration. (I) Make any inv I it may consider 'I, the administration ,.i aonnti mi .Muni, Ipal Bet v City Council and M. r each v.-ai, nin. and i commend., • l %  ) Hear SPPI cei or employee In I mlflol: i, c is tuspgnded, red ; %  ed ,,i ,en and report In writing Council and Mayui Ita findiii(i re* ommendat ions. Section 6. CIVIL SERVICE BOA PROMOTIONS: The Board provide fur promotion to all pueltl In the Classified Service based en I orda of merit, sfflclenc), chsrid conduct and seniority Section 7. CIVIL SERVICE BOAS REMOVAL, SUSPENSION; RED TION; OF EMPLOYEES IN CL FIED SERVICE: (1) NOTICK: The discharge a'l permanent employee shall not I effective until the Department tor shall have first served tin employee with a written Nutk Discharge, together with such Ul detail as shall enable the s-ild ployee to explain the situation to I own defense. A copy ,,t said of Discharge together with Ibe atoyoe'g explanation, if any, shall| filed with the Hoard v temp employee who has no iiermsnegti u. In anv other elasslficatloS civil service rlghtii consesa such an employee mav '• ,1!-, h by the Dehai tment I %  lor appeal to the Civil S, • %  I:. ard. (2) GROUNDS FOR DISMIS SUSPENSION AND DEM0TI0 The following are .,-tltiitf of duty and tbe grounSSJ sal or -ii-i" te slfled S. IVI, tlon, though charg. upon ..uses othi it ..lei. viz, that an) %  I I.I l habeen -I'll,..! offense, oi ol "'| volving moral turpitude; of i I.I hab. en sui • or criminal act, if h time the charges .. volved in a criminal pniceedtygs. j f the lirand Juri i the u the employee so rged '"' .s quest that the beai • i"' 1 **, or continued with hironseBt %  such time as the utl prot Is terminated, and such request I be granted, provl howeverj said employee shall execute • %  ST of all rights t I) '""'"f-nV said lierlod of adjourn Bt. .ind f vnled. further, that said "'l'^., may have the hearing or in '"j tlon proceed at any lime on t days notice In writing, or (c) has willfully. sraatoag. through culpable negligence.* guilty of be.. J inmate or tutiou or to ld) has the provlBlon. of w ^^ yill it thefj ,iurB.| brutality ,,t orl ,.!a person in .-usto**l willfully violated '* I Blons Of the Civil %  &f "*• I Ijtw'or Kules of the h-rd. + .1 (e) has been gulllv of •""' n r I becoming to an emtilovee of theow of North Miami Het.ch '*., .alT (f) has violated any,""""' .| reasonable offlciaJ '•• 1 'uAV der. or failed to i > > ~T2*\ rea^inabl. direction >*£*£ ST smouBnw %  n or u* it bv his superior. n or failure t.n act of Inaubordlnstkvn or^^j •-—ach of proper dtscip' resulted, or reasonsbly <"<*< th, city ..r tojW Huhiv. L1 I..us breach of propel resulted, or reasonably pected to result. In the I"" to the city or tothe P the Prisoners or Wards of %  g. ha. been Intoxicated nMf| ." off. his conduct hrlngbj."Tflf ,,,„.„ .he Cltv of V>" D uiM.ii the City p. ,, h. in (h) h conn se.,-.-. or a physl which incai plove* foi pnipe plov.-e lor |.roi"-... ... duties ..f the Pos lon r !,i„ ID haveheen guilty; amount to Inatihordlnatloii nenal I ,1 :illm n > n r i. tales '*•%] -is'** I %  z.\ .ether •"'""" I offenslveJJ I e nipli>wa li 1 'I II '• % %  .,, h,s-„!., %  .. %  %  • % %  ftror.3 %  ior the Clt) i '" %  ''"' r r ,,.,ii."* orooos.-d ordinance or ..„.,, r raceful conduct II dUt) or off ,' 1) ha. I n w.i conduct or l.mj publii '"> "f" or ik '", beds**. 01 a p,,,|--,| ltd. all Bppropi lrl""!24 ing the mpluyee %  ^im Wished t" '< %  ']' elsewhere than a I" 1 Council Ul a if: or „ „.||,' Inefficient In duties of • ^ Vat <*** (m) Is careless or negng— tag I



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? AY. FEBR UARY 12, 1954 LEGAL NOTICB LEGAL NOTICE -Jewish ffcrttbtf PAGE gfOfth. C tv of N"rlh Miami ..... pay or make reans roi future pay•""* i iii-t debts, thereby causing "" "',.'... 111*: employ*? or MU. generally; or ,„ ..,,,„.-.l, ..r at,,„|l(lcal Influence in Kan. leaVOS f ablange in pay. .,, work, or re"T.I'U'Inaiion grade; -r i or in any manner "... ,n e ined in asses ;,.,„„, „i • Meeting any money „„,|..yee In (he ,.i North Miami .,, DM of making a ,1,11c officer; or „,. i,,,, n.l iced, has Induced, i,, Induce. an ofil',.iii,,|,.i.r in the service of the „( North Miami Beach to com... ,„ unlawful act, or to Ml in ifj.iadnn "I lawful anil reasonable ri, lal regutetloni I .' ,|,,. ; has taken any lee, gift, „ other valuable thin* In the %  "aw-of In%  hei work or In conEeuon with '•" his or her perIstiiiil -" "" ni %  '">' cltlsen, when Inid contribution is made with the; Ikon"r expei-MlIon "f receiving ai II ',„ ,„ i., HI [re itmenl than la acl_,i,..i i. %  %  itizena: or I,,I ),,Intentionally falsified a In*, record i failed t" report abCart from dutv '" superiors, or. tlf after emplot 'i•' nt. I' l found that Inn rmi'l"" %  • %  made ,i false statcImerit in ih. application for employI %  %  been absent from dutv | has failed to re.... leai.• of abor TI dlaapprovini :i. .1. if %  i Id to report is .xbe digI nvee rain \i dtlon in :... ii filled from in which oaaa I • remain ami I ... be I'l.u'I 1st. i in the relnatati man). Inwards superyees, orltlcliund policies, and %  • i %  with the • uipl.o ,. %  ;i n.l enc) of the public ed a surety bond a qualification ol talned In any nterfer* with %  of the Mayor, %  • IDI • i I. i 'hlefa of Pollice and lit. I'. :ai tinents. or a cltlIzen. to fih i h irges against any emI ida which he con%  • i ble i ::> Appeal to Board: When any Dole] n II,.Classified Service ith permanent civil aervlce status, iu been "impended, reduced In n, or dlsn used, appeal! to the erd. the Appeal must be made In lining within lilteen (16) daya from pr dat' lie ,,: -h, receives notice of session, red ii lion 01 dismissal, and next regular nieetlnK all >et llu date to hear auch ApW. The puRtmark date shall deterlnw the„ |,|, ,,,. compliance with f~ afortmeiitii m l mi..en 115) daya f*. ThIi.., ,| i.-cognislng the dlaThaars i : i be admlnlstraie head and ead> at all tlmea to {•aw Ihe i nshlp between the md mployee, shall make Its [• in writing to the F ration, who shall [ ''' ins", everslng, imodlfyinn u„ ,iis, ipllnarj action of eclor I !i Appeal proceeding: Written I the Bo nd to Mi,.i. and t'ltv %  i ol ii,, Dt • and place ol HiA|.|..,i ri„. proceedings n is compatible Justice. The .II I l.y I. %  .,< %  Board will. %  • aui ii peraon i '" •r. The • videnca upon EL' ol the I i %  ndmenl ol .1 charges or spe| ul.-.ed by the hail M as t*l. llhV,!,. -• Department Eort ,,,', .. evidence in aup".''•• 1 -!'il'i, A '' 1 "," %  "" !,nn ,h n P ro aa he may wish lal UN 1... rt -'ena. The Iilrector %  I 1 / l ;' paj .,ff.., robot•H..T-.,,,'',;; i Board at Its .:) Th, '" ••'Komenta. I'* C "!';" "' 'Vidence shall Itht ,-,., : %  ,h rulea applied by llatloai. l; 1 -->"d KIKIII" 11 '"' ttZ i"' > -•' rtu •I'u'i n" ,' "-I'l'-sented by i ',"„' "V*af '1 %  ""• ,,,''•;' "'"'•' 'is reco.n PJJS '" h A "-'I ... 'O p ".it.on before Appeal: The • '• i'niiii.nt head of employee ausIMortrii '"It, or dfaanlaaed '"'k. r,r dismissed. llu pan .j the %  Idered ., withand ihe aapar• %  %  on .in..i sii.,ii n and the dlsmlaaed with' the .llsmls• ihe peraoaind a notathe cony ,.f the th, effect that n nurauanl to |',;, hta p l f Atli.-le V I Partiaa t0 Appear' I '""i : '"< %  the h.irtna I. 'V" 1 'hide, ; '. evldanc. ; the Hoar',, C> r eVld'n ,,,"• hv/default or iWll'nM "•;' ? 'he re' %  "'der ludament 7. "".'."" ahall be dlquallfled from taklna anv examination f,„ al least |, (2) y ear fter unless In the ju,l K „,e„,',',, the Hoard the said rhnr K .-s ill „ot affect the employees usefulness in some oib.r OOOUpatlon. <) Phyalcal Incapacitation: When an cmploje,. be, .,in, physically Incapacitate,! for thperformance of the duties of a poalUon, the Ulrector of the Depcrtmenl may. al the request 1?,' d f"''''';>•"•• ".i with the con i n of the Board, transfer sai,| employee to %  vacani |a,sni „ u „. ..,„ feSR.fc v 1 *'""" ""• '"X'*-'" %  pabilltiea. IIUI Reduction in Pay or Poaition: HoarinifK on appeal lr,„,i employeaa re.line.l In pay or position. I.,ld off' or suspended by ihe Department head shall be conducted tenet-ally in the same manner as hearuiKs on appeal from ordera of diachaiKe CD Dismiaaal of Probationary Employee in an Entrance Poaition: Whenever it becomea neceeaary for the Mirector of a Department to recommend dismissal of „ probationary employee In an entrance p,,>ni,,o a report of the charges tofetnor with the rnoceedinas of the hearing held %  before the said Iilrector. shall be NH-warrted to the Hoard fo/filinn with t erv,p record of said employee, (12) Resignation:'.Any employee in the classified service who deulrea 'f.i resign shall do so In w'Kltlng tti ZBH head of the 11. ,, n (muTit. It, 'whlutt li.or she Is employed Tr,e pcparffli-nt; head shall thoiefmotj rt-ii'lrt sli. ), reslRnatlon t,. (he VTA) s An employee who r.s.cnv. ,, iuniulslirs all rightrecognised uu.l.r c-:y ,f s. .. Ice status. Th,. Civil Berviad Board ahall alao have Horight US i. move tx redu, anj offli lal ui emplo) ••• %  in in, i Ii .I ei \ .i •• upon u i Itten i hargea ,,: nduci preferred by anj tlsen, pill ,.i,h after reasonable notice to used and full heai IOI I lie the dutj ,,f the Board to fix a minimum standard of i ondui i and efficiency for ... h gradi In th, ,\ vn ... and henever li shall appeal from the i. i„.i is of effli • ide lo s.i Id Board for %  period of I %  • %  months Ilial the %  oiolu. i .ii,,l rff|| |, II, -.. employee in.s fallen below this minimum, Unit employee shall be called before ihe Board to show i luas whs loshould II.. i i. noi ed. and if. upon healing, no reason is shown satisfactory lo the Board, he shall be removed, suapended '. appol •• '. r. 'in,. .i ,.ireor in an* waj favi i ed • im rutted 'i-'.i -i '" %  '' • %  of polll cal opinion, or nfflllatl ni So %  .... ,,r ,i, ,i..,- i\,.or receive or I"In an) manner com erni d In %  • • iment, sul (Ion, or contribution f..r anv i So peraon hold :, pnsldon In the Claaslf ed Bel t I, • shall take parl in political management or affairs or in political campaigns further than to cast bis voti or espreas privately his opinion Section 12 CIVIL SERVICE BOARD: VIOLATIONS OF PROVISIONS: PENALTIES: The Civil Service Hoard subject to the approv.,1 of the Council shall determine the penalties for the violation of the provisions of this Act, and the rules promulgaled thereunder. Section 13. CIVIL" SERVICE BOARD: SALARIES OF CIVIL SERVICE BOARD AND ITS EMPLOYEES: The salaries of Ihe Civil Kervlce Hoard and Its employees shall he determined bv (he Council and a sufflclenl sum shall be appropriated each veer lo carry out the provisions of this Art. Section 14. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD: PENSIONS AND RETIREMENT PLAN: RELIEF FUND: INSURANCE PLAN: ACCEPTANCE OF MONEY OR PROPERTY FOR SUCH FUND: ADMINISTRATION OF FUND: (a) The Cltv Council shall establish a fund or funds for the relief or i.en-lon of persons In the Classified Service of the t'lly; mav receive sifts. !*• &f !..... beinie.i,,f money nr i f,.r tinbenefit of such fund or funds: mav mak ntrlbutlons of public moni.. there n sub .terms -in conditions IIS it mav see fll at I ahH make rules and regulations foe the "nil ii.-m Investment and administration of such fund or foods h The ciiv Oonm II aha'l have in* iwwer to make contracts of Ins tram • with anv Insormee romnani ie.| •/, ir-.iiwi t b'-slness 111 '"'• Insuring Itemployees or anv rlas or classes thereof nnder n pollcvor nollc'-s of e-' Inuran,e covering Ihe life or health or accident Insorrniw or "nv two or saore "• cUsi.es of Insurance and mav eontrncl wllh anv enmnsnv ee.i-'lne annuities or nns'on >n< n,it">rld to tran,,. I |,,,.iness within th"'ate for the o-nslonlnof suc> en...|ovee or anv class or cl'sses there-,fand for anv and all •"rh p ainn eea mat nronrtate out of Its tres"e^• anv monev necesBSW In nav oreml"-"or charres lneMent to the car-vlng on of such IH>llc|e> or r-.n|rets. fe> The Cltv Council shall submit • n the emnlnvees In th Clss-1'le.J Service sn option I" e-tshH-h e rupa or funds for (he relief or pension o( LEGAL NOTICE 11 B %  *! Ss^SSd'^ V-*** *rvi„ of ii,!'"i'i'" ''"• %  v "" the amplpyeea In the i i.,->i,„.,i service b> .. -,„„ l ,,i,,. vote conaeoi i„ ihe establishing of a penjUon fund, then and .„.., 2 L' 0. "" %  Council Inauguiale sn, h ., pension fund. Section 15 CIVIL SERVICE 5reriai PAV ,, Pl A N: rhe".haUbe prepared bj the civil service Board Aard .,n,„. ,,, ,,„ v ,,„ ,;, ,, P5"'n flaaslfled Service, an "••'' ''"' ; yal to th.citj Coun' • """ ~'"'i Ida ii shall take when .adopted by u,.. UouncH bt a jiu.J.'i.i;. yole The Pa, n;lll „„„ bj the i ouncU ahall Include the ininlmiiiii ami maximum and such Inter'J,'. %  ","" I'"'* "" '"'' v me alrable for such class ,,f uoall Amendment to Pay Schedules may he adopted by the Council from time to time, upon recommendation ol the ivil Sen!,,. Hoard. In Im reaalng ..i ile, reusing each i„ the City Budget, the Mayor or Cln Council, or either, s.i.I.. i,,.i increaaa oi decreaae any individual salary Hem, but ahall act spiel} with reaped to i laaa of poaition as aatabliahed in the classified anil r.,v Plan In no event shall the | oiin. ii reduce tinsalary .,f „ claaa peiow the mliiimuiii, pr ralae li above ii;.maximum aatabliahed b) the Pay 1, "', r ,xc *** uy amendment of the r$l c \'1" 16 PRIORITY RATINGS FOR VETERANS: There shall be prescribed in the rubs and regulations ,u„. provision thai Veteran! of (be Military Hervlces of the United States ..f Am. in .i shall have added to theli ten, HO) points in urn petltlve* examinations for the purpose of seniority rating, Section U. MrARTMENT HEADS: CIVIL SERVICE STATUS: An. pel pei tons holding Cft II ratings, having been appointed to the I'm .i st I, %  ] -• hlef of Police or I-' • %  I '. ; shall, upon i, not I i pvet i to idf.,i met provided, however, |||,,I -lioul.l said removal be for \ lobitlons aa sol nut in Seel ;. ih il ii. shall be iubpllnai \ action ai set oul m suni s.. i Ion ARTICLE VI DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE Section '. Department of Finance; ACTIVA TlnN: '2. I lire, ioi ,,f pinani %  ; f Appolntmeni 3. Director of Finance; Qualifications 4. Director of Finance; s.il.ny .-.. Director of Finance; Sin at] I'"' 'I I, lNrector of Plnam • %  ; Powers and Duties 7. Work programs; Allotmi-nts 8. Allotments constitute basis of expenditures and arc subject to It. vision 9. Transfers of appropriations 10. Accounting Supervision and Control 11. When contracts and expenditures prohibited 12. Appropriations lapse at end of year IS. Fees shall be paid (o City Government 14. Division of Purchases 15. Competitive Kidding 1. Contracts for City Improvements 17. Accounting Control of Purchases IS. No Contract executed until Bond Ordinance effective 19. Kmergency Appropriations 20. Horrowlng to in,-, I emergency Appt oprlatlons tl, Horrowing In anticipation Of Property Taxes 22. Horrowing in Anticipation ,,f other revenue 23. Notes redeemable prior to Maturity 24. Bale of Noi.s; Report of Bale \ 2$. Payment of Notes Section I. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE: ACTIVATION: Sections I through •' "f this bail remain nt until such i hey are activated bj the majority it"t* f ""' en. %  'ouncll, and nppl "V. il '" '!" an,I until such time as these Sertli ns are activated, Oi. .\t.i>o,and •v Council, aotlitfcIn conjunction with each other, (mall effectuate (he proi Islona of this Artlcli Section 2. DIRECTOR OF FINANCE: APPOINTMENT: There shall be a Department of Finance. ih, head Of which shaU be the Director of Fin,n,e and who shall be. or be apta.inted by the Mavor. Section 3. DIRECTOR OF FINANCE: QUALIFICATIONS: The Director of Finance shall have knowledge of municipal accounting and taxatlon and shall have had experience in budgeting and financial control. Section 4. DIRECTOR OF FINANCE; SALARY: The Director of Finance shall receive an annual salary of (fixed by Council) which amount miiv be changed hv Ordinance. Section 5. DIRECTOR OF Fl. NANCE: SURETY BOND: The Dire, lor of Finance shall provide a bond with such surety nnd In such amount as the Council may reiiulre by mdl"'Section DIRECTOR OF FINANCE: POWERS AND DUTIES: The Mire.tor of Finance shall have of the administration of the financial affairs of the i t) and to thai end he shall have th.authority and shall be required tn ,.i) Compile the current expanse mat< %  for the budget for the M., I ,..lb) I'-.i I th* C "it SI 'unites f,„. th, Rudvel for the Mavnr < m, • n-mle f,,. the ,i nt of -.11 ,i ha< %  I '" %  %  %  '' • I,, iii-uie thai ho !• %  • t P'lutloii" are not exceeded ,,,, •' inline %  Pill flov, rnm ni and ,,f it o'fl books for i %  *erl.udgeiarv control ovaaeh office, department nnd i.-encv: keen seiiaratsccounis for the Hem" or snnrenrlatlen con(ln, ,| In (he Cltv Ttildvet. each of which accounts shall -how the nmount of the snoroorls'lon. nnd 'he unencumbered balance' reonlre renorta of eecelnts nd dlshiirse.e.nts from e-,oh recelvlne and snendlnr aeencv ,, the c|iv Cove-nment to he made diillv or at such intervals as he may ite-m evoedlent .... t le) o.ibmlt to the Council through (he Mavor a month 1 '' statement of nil recelnts snd dl'hnrsement" In ,„ffi, i to show l>. exact finapc'sl condition of "-e ntv (f) ITepare for (he Mayor, as of LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE the end of each fiscal year, a complete iiii.iiici.n statement and report IK> buperviee and i,reeponaibie '"' In. .i .-nielli oi all plop, r,\ w /thin I,., ,.,i, ,1,. pools ol the Ity for t.nation, make all .-,.,, lal 'in niIOI the ''11> k>vei nin. in. pi spare* tax maps anu give .sucn notn s ..i taxes anu spei aa m.iy be required hi la .v. mi Collect .,11 taxee, speolal asseaami nt -. P, enae u ea. ana eep, r revenui.-of Ins %  Ity or for whose "ii in, iiiy |s responsible an,I %  i nioue) I,-, -ivaote uv i ne l on, the .-,.,!, ol I-'e.lelal tlo\ en,in.-ins, ,, r iiom any Com or iioui .,n\ Office, Department or • of the ity, (I) have CUM,, u> .,1 all public funds belonging to or under the control ol the i ity, oi nnj Office, Department 01 Agency of I lie I'ily I Io\ el n illell 1 and deposit ail funds coming Into bis haiios In sucn iieposiio, lea as ma) be designated bj resolution of the Council, or. if no such i.solution l„adopted, by the Mayor, snbjecl to lbs i.-uiiueiiiciits of law as to surety and tile payment of inl.-i eat on ,i. po.us, but all such Interact shall be the properly of the Illy shall be accounted for ami credited to (he proper account. (J) Have custody of all Investments and Invested funds of the City i;,.v. rnnieni, H in pose, of such (iovermnenrin a fiduclar) capaelty, and haris'irie safekeeping of all bonds and ftm>s of the City and ih. receipt and delivery ,,f City ibonda and notes fM kranafer, registration oi exchange. -. UI,I. ii he shall i si tlfy that there ian unencumbered balance of i and muds. no appi oiu i..i on shall be encumbered no no expenditures shall be in... Section 7. WORK PROGRAMS: ALLOTMENTS: Before the beginning of i hi budgi i | ear, the head of each Office, department or Agencj shall submit to th,Siayor, when reb) liiui. a wot k program f<, the year, which program shall shoa ih,ic,pi,sted allotuieiii.s of ipe appropriations for such Offloe, Department or .\c,,,, \. i,\ monthly periods. for the entire budget year. Th.Uayoi shall review the requeated allotments in the light of the work program of the Office, Department or Agencj concerned, and may revlae. alter ,,r change such allotmenta before approvi me. The aggregal.of such allotments shall not exceed the total appropriation available to said i iffice. I'•pa i i in, ni or Agency for the budget year. Section 8. ALLOTMENTS CON. STITUTE BASIS OF EXPENDITURES AND ARE SUBJECT TO REVISION: The Mayor shall file a copy of the allotments with the Director of Finance, who shall authorise all expenditures for the Office, Department or Agencies to be made from the appropriations on the basis of approved allotments and not otherwise. An amiroved allotment may be revised during the budget year in (he sain.manner as the original allotment was made. If. at any time during; the budget year, the Mayor shall ascertain that the available Income. plus balances, for the year will be less than the total appropriations, he shall reconsider the work programs and allotments of the several i iffu-es. Departments and Agencies and revlae the alloTments so as to forestall the making of expenditures In excess of the said Income. Section 9. TRANSFERS OF APPROPRIATIONS: Th.Mayor may, al any time, transfer any unencumbered appropriation balance oi portion thereof between general claaslTlcationa of expenditures within an Office, Department or Agency At the request of (he Mayoi and a Ithln the iaal three months of th, b dgel the i 'oun,il may, bj in, ti anafi inj unencumbered appropriation balance or portion thereof from one Office, Department ni Agencj to another. No 1 II i„made from thi tlona requli ed bv sub-sect Ions i.ii. iin, ii i. ni i, (e), (f).(l I, (hi and Hi of Hectlon ;•; of Article ill of this i 'barter, Section 10. ACCOUNTING SUPERVISION AND CONTROL: The Director of Finance snail nave powai and shall be re,|iil|ed to: (a) prescribe forms of receipts. vouchers, bills, or claims to he used by all the l If flees, Departments and Agencies of the i Ity government, fb) examine and approve nil contracts, orders and other documents by which Ihe City Government Incurs financial obllgallons, having Creviously nscerlalned (hat monies as been appropriated and albitied and will be available when the obligation shall liecome due and payable. (c> Audit and approve before payment all bills. Invoices, payrolls and other evidences of claims, demands, or charges against (he City Governm. nl ami with the advice of the Department of Law, determine the regularity, legality and correctness of such claims, demands or charges. (d) Inspect and audit anv a. unts or records of financial transaction a which mai i"' maintained in any Office, Department or Agency of the Cltv novernment apart from or subsldlur\ lo the accounts kepi In his office. Section 11. WHEN CONTRACTS AND EXPENDITURES PROHIBIT. ED: No Office, Department or Ag< n, ) shall, during an) budget year, expend or out set f to spend any moi lit) or nii-r Into i u-. contract which by its terms Involves the expenditure of money, for any purpose. In excess ,,f the amounts ap ted for thsI genei at i laaalfl Cation of expcnilll ur.-s. pursuant to this Charter Any contract, verbal ot arrltten, mule In violation of this Charter shall be null and void. Any iff, %  • ..i Employee of ihe Clt) who shall violate this Section shall be guiltv of a misdemeanor, and. upon onvictlon thereof, shall oaaac to hold his office or employment Nothing In this Section contained, however, shall prevent improvements to be financed In whole or In part by the Issuance of l„.nds. nor the making of contracts of lease, or for services for a period exceeding Ihe budget year In which such contract Is made, when such contract Is permitted hv law. Section 12. APPROPRIATIONS LAPSE AT END OF YBAR: All appropriations shall lapse at the end of the budget year to the extent that in.y shall not have boon expanded or lawimiy encumoered. Section 13. Kfc.ES SHALL BE PAID TO CITY GOVERNMENT: All fees received Ity any officer or employee shall belong lo the City Govei niii.-nt ami ahall be paid aally i<> in.. i/,.p,uilllt-lll ol I III.Hi Section 14. DIVISION OF PURCHASES: Tnere snail be eatabttahad in the Department of Finance s division 'g I ,.. bases. Hie load of wnlcll shall be lb.City Purchasing Ag. nl. The I'm, uitsing Age,,i pursuant to rotes and l ,-g uia I OUIM estan.i luwl by Oedinance, suaH contract for, purenaae, store and MatrlMitc a,i nup|,i,e.. malerials ami equipment required by ..n> Qffice, Department or Agency of me < ay Government. The Purchasing AAent ahall alao have posyer and snail be required to: la) Ksiablisb a,i,I enforce speclfications wnn respect to supplies, mai.-iiuls and equipment required by in,Clt) 'Iovei 11in*-nt (b) Inapeot or supervise the Inspection of all deliveries of supplies, materials and equipment, and determine their quality, quantity ami Conformance with specifications. i. i Have charge of such general stoivi....ins ami Warehouses aa the council may provide by ordinance. (d) Transfer to or between offices. Departments or Agencies or s.-ll sin),.,-. obsolete or unvaed supplies, material and equipment. Section 15. COMPETITIVE BIDDING: Before the City Purchaelng Agei maki any purchase or, or contract for supplies, materials ..1 equln111, ni, i„ iportunlty f ompi (Itlve bidding, for Items 01 er One Hundred dollars shall i„. award* of the Mayor. |'|„. total amount of all otllel rlations made in any budget ,11 not exceed three wr centum CI"I "f the total operating appropriations mobin the budget for "section 20. BORROWING TO MEET FMERGENCY APPROPRIATIONS: In the absence of unappropriated available revenues to meet emergency appropriations under the provisions ,,f flection' 1. the Council may. bv resolution, authorise the issuance of notes, each of which shall be designated "Kmergency Note", and may be renewed from time to time, but all such noles of anv fl'cal year and anv renewals (hereof shall be paid not later than the last day of the fiscal vear next succeeding the budget vear In which the emergency aporlatlon was made S-rtion 21. RORROWING IN AN. TICIPATION OF PROPERTY TAX. ES: In anv budget vear. In anticipation of the collection of the nroperty tax fop such vear. whether levied or lo be levied In such year, the Council mai bv resolution, authorise the bornf money by the Issuance of ble notes of the city, each "t which shad be designated "Tax AntlrlnaHon Motes for the Year ." (s(a"ng ihe budget v. irl Such notes •nay be Issued for eeriods noi ei inv on-, veir and may he e.-nowed from Mroe to time for %  ,.x,.,,..!.. ear but t,,..-, I'o-r with la shall mature snd be paid r, .• later than the end of the third fHqal vear after the budget vear In the orlrtnal notes stal| have been Issued The amount of the tax antlcinnllon notes origin illv Issued In anv budget year shall noi exceed flftv ner centum I"."'., of the amount of the • ropertv tax levied In thai year for ''ii. oiirooses. On renewal nf tar anticipation notes of anv riven fiscal vear. the amoiinl renewed In the next bne flsi-al vear sbH not exceed twentv per centum r?"^) of the amount oe(s|npll'issued, nnd the amount renewed In the second fiscal vesr succeeding the yea.of levy shall n.l exceed four lier centum (4*) of (h ">nun orleln"ttx' Issued. geetUa *. pnRRnwiw^ IN ANTlflOATION "F OTHER RFVF. NU C S: tn liny hudect vear, in :.ntlc ; netion of the collection or eecelnl of other revenues of that h"deet year, the Council mav. hv resolution, niltSi.MSas the hrtr^o"-!-,". of "lonev Iiv Issuance of negotiable notes of the



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PAGE 12 B *Jei§trkrSdriain_ .FRipAY^FEBRUARY 12,19 LEGAL NOTICE sen of which shall be '" %  .1 "S|Mul Revt nue Note i" 1I" j B ar .... (slating the butlgel ) eari note* ii %  renewed from time %  i it all ich notes, li with the reuewal*. ilutll mature and tllllM III! •..-. .i| ) i he budi el which the original note* en issu, d. Section 23. NOTES REDEEMABLE PRIOR TO MATURiTY: Nu shall bi ae i ible on deni in I BUllJi i : -.. ,. .. -u.h notli •• n n .ii such time s I ) .i ,rII hi note. Sect.on 24. SALE OF NOTES: REPORT Oh SALE: All noten t to this Artlcli i II,, i ..-... %  gcei led In.,: |n i. ale wile, ihoill I year in Khali nav< LEGAL NOTICE re|ilnnnl ig, \ upiuem i ..i.oo mi ii ma} :: ,.; i,, IgIII %  %  hoO %  and auoiu V %  ,.. iruyed In "" %  I i. 'i .in, .1-. DIRECTOR OF PLAN • shall •' %  '' I unli tin I' i. Section 25. PAYMENT OF NOTES: The |K anj and -iI I Mil. I. %  > %  ,! \ : • i \ i I'll) for tin %  n iili.,u' .... Iged fol the |N %  :,. ; X rl be staled in thi ARTICLE VII PLANNING. ZONING. HOUSING. SLUM CLEARANCE AND BLIGHTED AREAS i|on 1 I" % %  %  %  'on i irgun za in I lannlng I'OI of i iffli e \ H II. ill I : %  %  %  I 'o\\ .-' s .. Ii-I l)Ul i IMreelor of I \ ipll itlol H ii Zoning Hoard Seii.on 4. NI NU I i.... i .. i cuialilii i ,,. ... user oi nd 1 tan an I %  section j. AP.-i.i-* I IUN rOH ZO.MiNG. 1 LEGAL NOTICE II I la II.. %  111.. Ill %  II Section 6 zo UNO .... • I I %  %  OF Hi %  %  BOARD ... %  %  %  n to III %  I' \l Ktl VI Sllbd %  %  The Maslri s, Ad< | %  %  • !, I effecl : .,. I'lal Com % %  Rl gill: -"\ ind Pent iti\e I Mats 11 Mm 11 Mar I Is IT, lleurli on \| %  .. %  %  ifficial / I • %  %  : S Ulighli 'lea* i I : i 11.. ';.' %  %  loll I:, %  l d I s %  s II, .... Plans b.i Cout PLANNING COMMISORGANIZATION: I • %  \. ho .... In i %  v %  %  ii ..in section 2. PLANNING COMMISSION: TERM OF OFFICE: VACANSection -.ION: I il %  I %  %  %  ifflce of Ihe %  %  • i la tIons from -. Illsit ll.lt IOI %  l I.ill' • %  na and i mi II.HI, %  Srtio. 7. THE MASTER PLAN: Plan I Ihe |il • i .. %  %  slmu tinI: .1 Ri %  i %  i i i ,i, %  if city i. i %  %  -i %  ni: other thing* general loi lit Ion. i sxtenl treel AHI ind othei publi, ... HI. I.ii. i • ... ... I, ml.I ... and I.I The gem %  %  pXtei In s-helhi ; .i.ii I. i %  ]\ ..v\ ii.-,I i e removal, rel i on, kl n tension narros ng, ai aliandonmi nt. oi i hi nge ol uae ol II 1 ll .;, A tulldlnKH.pl %  le i rii. : %  pxti • • n i locaind li. .II ..' publle : %  Section MASTER IIIIII 8. ADOPTION OF THE PLAN: ihe Hoard may I on, or i'. CIES: II lie ,1 III. %  % %  Ihi I. %  %  %  .... Section 3. PLANNING COMMISSION: POWERS AND DUTIES: The ill have i ... -• %  • %  %  %  %  I h. %  %  ii i | '. • mil oVi %  I'iM I an Of) ... %  id) M.iki %  .. ionliln n :.n i n .. an n i or d I roi • %  .%  !• i el anei In on eessivi eaolutionn adopt su, eesi \, uf the I' ,.i i. %  : %  !.. .il s., udmi ni i %  fled I 0 f n • • nan ., n .. joi ty of %  Hoard h %  • puhlii hearing on (hi %  n.iii %  'i. il Section 9. LEGAL EFFECT OF MASTER PLAN. Si • %  Hi. r puhlii way, gii %  : pi i..ii.lv ou lied, shall lie %  %  i It) ni %  exti in (In reol leil t.. and apptoved bv thi i • .1 that, ii ... the Board shall eomn sont,, the I '-.ii, (he po< %  I. upon Fuel %  ... li plan '•• %  'in. Make and ado I ,,. ... ... '" and of (hi, %  areas within "f the Council Th. 'i'.ii-...i ..i.i ..., ,.i ,., %  ground • %  sale ..f an) puhlie • proiiert). shall lie failure In apnrovi overruled hv (he f'oum II I ih. Hoard to ael v* HI,.,, in % %  i..ni days aftai (he date ..f the official submission to the Board shall Ideemed approved mil.--. ., | nll( „ %  ..no I be era.,ted hv Hie Council i.. tlie sol,nu.ti nc (iffi, !•,, Section 1r). PLATTING OR SUB DIVISION CONTROL: The "UIIIV,", Ihe nluttinp |t.,:,.,| ,., isii.ii, shall have the Platting ..r s IIKI I i. the City: provided id eonlrol shall not the city ovei nn eonlrol authority r anv of its or Aeenele the li : .f (he i '"mmlsslon are n. % %  % %  • arv or 1 i" i ri'trucled during (he forthcoming slx-ve ir pel i...i Sui h list shall l,. :u ranceil in ... ,|, of pi • fe. e. with rei ...lM, ndatlons to which t-i-.i... is shall i„. eonstrueted in which | i '"' P*tmot# public ii si i" nn iiinle'sianilinp of the Muster Plan and of i.lannlng, zoning an.I alum learance lb) Meet not less than once each ""' |i '• nubile • .1 of %  solutions., findings and deter...i.:.||,.n THIS ri,'lMK>.|n\. SII\U THE )•' iV|.;p, Ti i !•• • I'e.i-i-.In'nrmstlon which s %  m il i... furnished within n reaannI.I,. ti..... from other lieivirtmcnts %  f • %  • %  rite Qovemmenl in relation t.. n. wo-lc. '•) H'i its i,..,tc,.. ;,• ...onilaiion. cnntrai I with City Planners ml other ,.n-iil';ui.s r.nsuoh s.-rvI % %  S %  it |v>;i y ... M| %  ,. %  I' i addltl mal nssi"tnnee eelal survev m k of ihe Con. I who 'ni--il its .i s. r.-iion ., s-lon M.-.ol,,..-.,. < p f the of am v. i... j II j s. t...,;,... p,.. %  %  "' .lite"' > ..,1. I .(.|,;,, | %  •• %  "" %  i 'I Studies re•• I hv the (*0'li.nls-i m %  '< 1" I'-, Snee of lt funri Ions enter noon anv Innil and mike •" '" n',... and soryevs and nlaoe nn'l m."l"taln neress:,'i y nioniinients Snd '"'TUH th.'renn. (e| Make and adopt plans for the HAVE building, i i. nroi -I. :iii,i I % %  slmilai u The I., i Hoard shall be the City. nnH, • onllol of tRe "f land within however, that annlv to land outside which platting ami aubdlvl Is retailed by law | n s,,,,,,. other than this i-iiv Offices. Iienartnnnts Bubdlvlslon" means the dlvlaion of a lot. tracl or parcel .,r land Into two or more lots sites or other dlvlaion of hnd for the purpose whether | m ;;::;'!',:':;,;,".,""""••' %  b uiwim ^•'•in ii PFOIILATIONS r.nu ERNiNG SUBOIVISION OF LAND In ever.lslne th.. powers prut,,..,! ,„ iSection a of .his trtlcle the Plsnnlne Bmrd shall adon| recula %  ns s-overnine the snbdlvlalop .,f within Its Jurisdiction Ruch land %  nonioiis development of the Cltv and Its environs, for the co-ordination of st r ..-s „.„| other ways within Ihe subdivided land with other exlstlnr •a olanned streets and wsv,, „r for "onformance to th Master Plan or Official Map. for adequate open spares %  %  li i hi film %  i -i ni II 11 i. ... i... ,n 13. LINF.S OF MAPPED %  • pbtii %  lu be ITH i. IS tilling foi %  iniiol lei n I li %  %  .. led I %  enued b) 1 : j. lb. ot mapped I ni eel exten> nol With ill"' ol (he %  '.. land ,...*n on (hi IIK atloiis should be ai The ''oimI in.i dopl -i \. ii h (he pro. i in this Chatter prut i.l.'l thai m e of I he tin i and ,n i here It pjl Sfl in-' i.v in..:i t., ihe :< otd o* ,,n i abutting H hli h the I lies il. sign it--.I %  i steil An) -: %  ..it'i. ... .. %  Iiefon sag) be i, ,1 i.. (he planning Hoat .1 and ell %  .. .I b> it. or .if dlsappi oved, i... approved b) .. favorable vote ••( the i "it\ i *...|... :i ri,. adoption "f .< pla' .hall not, In and of i'-. If, con ,i to const it nt.(he en : bllshmenl of anv streel DI J land •v h., h plat or I• i %  pin Will I: %  hall 1 ni i %  of land noi •• on ihe plat at ,.II of su.-ii il MAP: The stabllah an on hirli %  %  adopted th i II in ... oi ii., ii, .H nn | tie \ Isluns %  -• the lini.. .. (hi • .-: acceptan for stl e. I puriMlM s Section 14. OFFICIAL Coun.'ll, L • % %  .nn nee, i Map "t ihi Cit) shall be shown and Ind i aid i.i All | (reels exlal ti lal ihed '. la" at • he llmi of the Btal i Lu in ..f (he < %  %  \ II planni .1 street plat !.-. '..nil. ll in ... ,.iilal,. w %  -l \| %  :,' ,,f I In I I. I All sir. els .,) %  s|l,e( I.p. gl fins %  %  recoi ded plats of %  i i. the |.i.nIsalon .,i Ihe time of the ent ol Hi. Map The placII • • • •. In ,i ,,f Itself, count ilie I I" o'lsl itllle Ihe ......n nior %  % %  I'll l.li'. 'it nt iinl %  %  %  • %  the taking i planet %  • %  • % %  %  p.ft]...-. i ,me manner, the ol planned at lime of t • ut ..f Section 15. MODIFICATION OF OFFICIAL MAP: all n final .I th. (he %  %  %  %  %  %  • %  • i %  i rd It %  %  and In • shall I.., ,i %  • other • %  %  • • %  i %  e will %  r the lllne ind i %  Holand, on %  .' 7 • lings an %  i • Planning %  Ul f the %  • %  • %  %  PED C, STRErT^ U L |M INCS ,N MAP • REI ..... nee that no build' %  • • n> part (hereof -in ih, own -n tli.i a ? ^,',Vud' 1 : ;;,; ;xrz r %  ;' rV' h '" rant ,, p..,/, 're ..: part thereof I" anj such mapped street I. %  ;;;:„';;rv r r"" h %  gr ^ \xrs?gg& o,,h. ;:.,r:";" "Ol Meld a ..:.-,,„.,l,|, .,.,',; ,'•,, %  : :?;":,;„;""•—" I m ffirVi.7 ,',';,' ,Ti l : "i., ,:,, '" > •"* ""• Intereat ,.f J^fo-luatlce and equttr 'NVTa^Aftig^Tter'^,.„.,,.„, of ti„ h h.-'.ring shall he app.i„,i, i.v man :„',;::. bv the ap,,eU„„, l„ ''I the .,. .., n, ,, parl Ihereol fut which ih.caOAL EFFECT OF OlriLisL I..H .MI. i (in esiublUn,.. I II III! I'M.ii.li -dap. i %  ...li.l .,,.,,1 ; .;. i 1 ha II., ptiiuie i .... i..n or I W.I.. lit • %  II .11 I ,1 II .,,.. .> I,".. ... n. puboc MI \ i< .. to, HIOIIM nn> -i i. • i. mini ,1: %  %  I I II M.l ^ %  I., I'll i ,i ii.. ,., Map in tilth i li. a i. a >i t an | • I 11 ... S, ,-, olis i I all I ,., ol lllia All l0l( I He %  ""ll il Sllllll i .. ii" : nlnali, li I all.. ii %  a alt eel IIUO -eil stl 111'IU mi UK u.l tal step; wrver, i hat such oi Uln p >n u loi tb) applicant I.-I .,, building pat %  al t.. in,. /. | Boat,i ..t I lo.il ,| Ol %  i i %  in i in Art Id, ,,_upon \\ hlch appeal .. n I %  %  shall be lull %  %  lion 11 ll %  %  :i SUCH 1 .....rd Ilia > '. : %  I till I.. Is,, ItlofUl as i.i. > Impose, In e. the ., %  .1 not |..siulrc Ihe propog d bulidlnj to be re%  i III | %  I .., plalilo d i *l|fn lie pvi nil I Would i • "i in. ieaae Ihe it ..nt the i hflclal i he word • i -;•,.: in tins Ai tide %  i %  i to In I.,,!.street*. ... ni. ...ul-. avenues, alleys, laaea and t an i. ZONING ORDINANCES: i %  ihe pin p...,ol promoting th* lib, -ai. i\. morals oi general wele of I ,. City, Ih* 'o'.nii II, bi ordlii ni. •. i eguutle the 1... an,,,.. Height, bulk in i .-ize ,,f i,mi.lings ami other I es. ihi .... 1 | I I ...niand othei it spaces, th. dennlty of |.opl l.llioll and the Useof 1,111 Id I ng s. I i. and land fol trade, Industry, bui n.-.->. i i-sidei,. or oilier puri s Such ordinances nut) provide t n.it the Zoning Board uf Appeal* may, %  oprtate aae* and subjea i lo in. prlnclplee, standarda, rule* %  l iand s..| fi.ilh .11 (lie ,11,1.111.". make sp. lal "\i-eptions I,. the t.-t IIS ..f the aonlng In harmony with thdt general ptirpoee and intent \ i I, nan.es ma) provide thai ihe toning Hoard of App.ili % %  .' Ithorlge I.II iaii.es from the Uriel application of th gulallon* In such situations ami *ub)ect :.. such limitation! BI may lie set f..i th in the I It din.III. e Section 20. POWERS OF COUNCIL IN SLUM CLEARANCE AND REHABILITATION OF BLIOHTEO AREAS: The Council ma> adopt, modify d I.. ..nt plans proposed l,y the 1 ng I •• I lot ;• .n.iii .. of" slum and rehabilitation of blighted areas within t he i 'iu and, f.-t | onipiiviini. in of this p,n p..se, may ae.pilie b) pin. has o mleiomition all prlvatel) owned land. Puddings and othei real pi ,p, t> Intereat* "i(hin th.. Dlatrict; may establish, uMata, ieio. aie. build and Improve the itreat* and Otlutr publi, open spines or.nldeil %  In (hi Plan ma) maintain, opei % %  • [' %  'll -I"! building* ui anj ol ill. in. ma) sen Ihe Ian.I. ol am part (hereof, deal* naled fot Building* and private open i i *uch terms and louditions and -i:|.-)ee| to %  "• h i. ions as In liullding late* .ml ..p.,, apwcag as will BMbatantaally .any out an I affect the Pis n Section 21. PLANS FOR SLUM CLEARANCE: An) plan for slum nee shall Include the defining of i he bo ii,. ,,f ih.. .ii-,, j, ,,., .,„,. in, n.ii-.i t., be cleared, the pro| ed %  I ..f new or rei,,, atlon ..f exiitI "III. I paid:,open pa • within the ui ea, Ihe i Uon ..nd general type, character, bulk, hi Ighl '. : U-. of the new l.ulhline* %  •!., i. .1 or Pennine,| within the li red area, and the lot at Ion ,,f pi I%  %  es pi op,,-. ,i .,par) "I ii I'oi the reduction of daand %  li .. tinpromotion of health, (hi • on i f good %  %  (hi p sei .. Uon ,.f thi • -' • ngth ol land and property within the r n ..nd the development of (he i. i ,i.,i ,.' ii,,. CM) in 11 go ol inn : g, tin, i.-a: nee ol ,,i |h* exei %  %  %  • of th.I'ow. rs gt nted to thi i ncll In oon..f this shj il., I. .-.I I,, I... a %  n! a pul Section 22. BLIGHTED AREAS: v,lv I • % % %  h limitation of Idlght.' ihln the ri|) shall Include 'hi di fining of the I... uth n and bounof tin l to be rt ihe location of naw ot M.l existing s .is and en i ., %  \N nhin the area, t 1 %  lo, at ..,, and gt-nentl tvpe. ractet : %  k ii. %  -• and is* of the bulldln* to bi erected ••! par* Ithln the reh ibllltated area, I'Iof old I. Hidings |o 1 mill on...i. ami the location of • n ie open space* propoaed as a part of ihe Plan i area is oaftha*] as an • In which, owing In the obeolee" III on and ha racier of the i.mi.hug, (herein, Ihe existing division ingemenl uf lots and ownerships and street and othei open %  tni n iv.id charactei and use* of the nuitdingor othei f.o tor* and causes. uiiii.-s have depredated with o.nse•"' aeclli r stagnation of development and da mag, gad loss to rammunlt) proiiuerit) and taxable values. and where a restorethm of th* eco"" %  nn iicn ..f the area and Its attainable eontrlbullon to the economic "renfth ami prosperity of (he umimniiin in..y require a teplsnnlng of ine si-en, and, f„ r hp ae.siinpilahment 'i leplannlng. a onrentratlon or redlslributlon of the ownership or developmental eonlrol Is rcinlsite. for i tie promotion of public convenience and prosperity and for the prewvathe economic strength and LEGAL NOTICE .(Hired, owned. I,,,,,.,, .' ... "' '•' %  PUblli |, .. %  .., i • "•' %  !" %  housing ... lain,',,, bet loclai eu : i feecnon 4. id TirV-ou.o 4 -, r, JS,NC *^0R, Authoni) of su %  "-I cpinpensal Count .i ma) ,i, %  in, i ma) d, •.:,,., gate lo the ,, ] powei %  felaltn. i, uon. iaeonstructioii, %  "llt.ui, modailons *s tm mine "'"> u rt Section 25 el i> or Intel. -. -n.ii ,.r ontrai led (. J I, UK | until „t ,'.* I...using or hou j i^'H i %  "uncll, i^l III.-IIIIIIT. d i-u'li di* n.l approved I, provided, howei su.-i, Commission, niajorlt) vote l,a\ .• |-,u ,i | Section 26 POWERS OF „,,. IN REPLANNING AND RE0El OPMtNT OF NEIGH BORHfU! AND DISASTER AREAS: Set il shall have ihe | !,,.,. Ify, ,,nd ,ani ,„.: .,. PI „ |KW ^1 in,, planning r..iim i. M .„, •,„ Ih ., •il.inning. Impruv, ... ,| redeqj iiuiit of neCghlKirli replaiining. recon I "Plll.l.t o, .1111 .11, may have been in part by dlaasti Section 27. NEIGHBORHOOD AND REOEVEl lllfteil b) th lion or red dlMrkl s||_ "i in h.,leJ PLANNING MENT: Any plan nliiK Commission I. i linpt ovement and i, I, neighborh.HMl, shall .1 tlon and boundai hood, and ma) in-In,1. nt'ii or the \... a 1 'I-' ening. narrowing latlnS Slleets oi spaces, the ret ondli Ings, the location an I local I n of pin h-. othei publi,' I. nelghborhiNiil p ing. location ot in %  slrl, lions, r.onuig an.. %  other (\ i li "• rtpauj i.-l-l'inent i %  IHIthe tat tifi| Hi,exu n-i..n. I", .itiuii i public ni ofoMI .Put nn ai ctiiusU and l.ind s, hulldii 1 -UN.i\r *rSj mid tlon of land and property 'fa ihe area and of ih nren's contrlliutbin in< economic strength v r "tranted to Section •" '? '•"""-'" %  •n therewith In 10 of thi* Aril.-le arc herehv %  •" '••" %  "H Section t3. HOUSING: The Conn, il %  vld. bv ordinance for safe I-,,,,., ... -..",.Oil, ll II.THI IO|! Or %  heaW LV y ^""'ng project or part 'tr, [ nn '' m n "ln any hous'ng <<>n• :o.|i,l,ed by the Ci.v. All .. both real and personal, acof neighborhoods .... the powara gratiled t herewith ill Se. (if thin t ai.. hereiii declared lo bi a purpose and a | use. Section 28. DISASTER AREAS plan diafted b) Ihe Planning mission foi the i. planning, %  truotlon or red.v. : pin.nt of area destroyed In whole .r in m-riousli damaged bj earl fl.^.il o, othei nisast, i ii nhi.'h J... t to flood*, sh.r! In. hide the Ing of the location iiml iKtuaa* ih.at.-.i or dlstrl .omasa* In* I eplauiie.l. i > ted deveioped and in i H> I.s atlon ..f new or thi tension or vacating • • listingor other publie o|x n tlon and general lyi ruter, height, ami use to I... .reited or peimltled within area, the racondlilonitig ,,f old logs t" I..i.. on I i "ii. il. Ihe I relocation mid extent ; piirka "tiuridH and othei puhli fluHides, the l.Hailon f iidllliei. the I. lihllnc resti %  ons ;ind rVgnlaflonund an) other typed a i.dating to the layout %  tdtulldlng, i". "ti l %  mem of the area oi distrlet TM planning, rebuild redevolpmi %  • II ,, I .ill I the • \. "" I. !" granted m connection ther**W Beet Ion H of Ihli I %  "• declared i" be a pnl %  •'secWn' PROCEDURE ADOPTION OF PLANS BV CW CiL: Ppon n am pla n tot -' tni I. of blighted nelghW-h i i. .. ,n nt or 'I %  I'OUIICII may adopt -' ..id..me uith the I in this Charti .1.1 of the time and pi" •' '" : ;'"" %  the plan will be shall be N ."": uriu w ithii L* !" ?r trht. Am iiior,,' shall before p* the planning O apoioV^d. the such dls ippn.v of its members i.tiadl' ,i i ,,,* -ilaililt. -.,.11. but if „, ; v i.vemtj my TOI ARTICLE VIM ARTICLE vii .. m NOMINATIONS AND ELECTIO" S.-.tlon 1 2. :l. t 8. *. 10. II. 12. Muni, IP"I Klee'J Qualified Weelori Dlsti '" J '"*"""''' I l-lrrtiesl I Rl of hie" 1 N al iui CM I',,.,,., ,ii..ii fur l I'otint rfKn'gVhfR torniation i-l,., live Va.an.i. in I.'"" 1 llffnes Absentee V'dlni £l|C gectl.n ll MUNICIPAL ,' k TIONS: All City U Tag hold office by virtu.' ol as duly held under ami I^ nd law. of the HUt* %  "< 1 '"", %  1 nances of the City of V''""^ Beach, from and after inr which this Charier % h "" (| „ l „ t d i shall l, and are heieb) uer. Councllmeii-at-l'irge. „wl The Mayor *tfJgVfM virtue of an election, dui git and pursuant to the I^ *'"' „f of ftorlila and urdm.' !" ;.. city of North Mtamt ''" K || from and after the ''' w '",„ntl>*I Charter shall become l... %  f hold such office nd"Jr Ap dl Mayor up to and in. hiding g lt"*. .„_ ..ipotlon., .The first regulni „, this Charter, for the £ ar Xel City Clerk. Tag_~ ,.i III* • n-i ". -r t n* < M and for all >''","••',' first ell, shall be held on ,„ of April. ItM. for 'o".f Ihi In Section 1. AMI; ,„', „ tor: provided. h.. : ; ,,,, k T> terms of Mayor. n> ,,,.||ine* .-Collector ami ',„ f„r Duitricta I and _'; '..prill*. %  '.'Vf'i rt he. ""' l 1* and provided, furtn ,,.„ Ll



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^yj^^RYjysM -Jenlsti rivrklinn PAGE 13 B LEGAL NOTICI ,!l |„hold pu i -e i.' || .: .hi. Char|g*tl,.N %  %  I il %  sjorth Miami ivs liven alien i ii majority <'f l ha I partlc( H 1 Rail ha ... are more lii %  l i ; .r 111',undid* I n,, IH W*" tin iff between n-celvlng lb* twcnihiTM ise, wltb^i.I dec|.( '"'.' ,i ghesl numnin-off election havs bMi MV 5Lit0*IJini0 ELECTORS: I ; of ,IH' .11 jtj-' ..; so th Miami „nd .lu> regla%  !). Municipal Registration Ml ,|is.llll.llhlll.-C,l EwVo'STRICTSi ELECTION RoLNCiLMtN. i .i ih.purposes f i • %  • i. i ih. Councilman of k;''. ... I a...,, the 1 Miami Beacll haB f ,(..) Districts. The I u shall be ^STRICT I! Ml I! %  • .... iihweal corner of ..unship %  "•.south. ^ortl i rl) along r i liovemi ni -d %  %  mdan line o f mid Baal I ihi Bouth Una [ Westell. 1 %  "i Sec. IB-5J-1J **Vc, Hi % % %  I "Mi"jKh. ,-t.riy along ,. I, i.. me i-nti r ol Be. i, ., .. rthetl) along tne ][ %  ,. n| the Ii "' I,I. i ..I Section along the irth l.inui isi-: 1 of He 1: to t'n. !. • %  "I %  %  :•-•-•-: I donK HiBaal line I %  %  i... %  t Una "i iin Una ol th. I : i • Sei IB-52-1S; |i ,'..-. ng -.,:.! South I u with the Baal i .i. i il High.luthwi tei Ij • -ol -\\ ny Una of \() I 150 It feet I imint: thence igle of 73 to ihi kfl ith th.. in cmoi %  or less HI i.. t North of ith Una --I the • \i: ..I Ih. HWIi .d tne p -,. thence Fassaid South Un.i. --. t %  mi i "i!• aa: |t.:, Wi lllll 1 to and lii" nil Una "f the I ..I ih.s\\ ', of tin|E>j 178 ] feel to t -. ..v line of Fed§r,il tllghu. N :. tin lire South* [tight of-Wsy North line ..f the IK', ..I i' %  SA\ id the SW', of IhiN'E'i -• i;:..'-l:': thence n ,.i I. aa in tini th. w of ihi W, of I KS "l Se I" • J-1L"; thence IMIH-P KaM line to the .lUi li.* i.l th. \\\ ', ..[ the NW', il the HE 1 id Si 16-52-42; th.-nee erl> ..l. i^ -aid South line to • In., id the SF' of See. -,.-i: then i Northerly along aald line i intersection with if BUI R (I • -of\\ ,i> line of the lnriil.i Kr\ '...-I Railroad; thence ,ouihe>teil\ along said Kaat Fight-of-W.il hi,e tu the Intersecin of the projection of the North "I !•"' Hi,,, k I. lllircayne ; f according, to "put th. % % %  recorded In plat %  ok II, PHL'C : ,.f the |>ulillc rec'• •' '' %  Klnrlda; thence .'•"ly afcuig a I projection and North lln, of !..,( :,, Block I, ,. n, to the Went pijnt-i,f.\\.u I.,,, „f federal Hlghlu; .'-. ""in.' Southwaatartjr K;,i i*'"' 1 l: '-' %  -'-way louth li •ill rabdivuii iterly to the l. liliH-k !, aforeIJ Nbdlvisl.,1, thence Westerly Z '"" %  %  %  'me of lot 1, and BmLai"'!"" "'••-of to intemeci.t. \ h "" Ki "" RUtM-of-way line ,.„" n ,r "'! '%  "' '' % % %  "" Hallr.mdNKC >,.,•!,„, ,,.., v „| mM %  'M ..(-ii ,. t„ Intersection Of the ,''•. ""," %  ih. North line of Lot 1. .." %  It I, gene* i. ultdl\*lsion ; R said projecj'".'"l ';• N Ih line of I^.t 1. to !y;:,' line ,,f FedFJi ahw.-.) \ |. n ,.,.,.,. HouthIh, Weal line of • i" th.s-.uth Una J„, '„ enald suhdlvlf owe Let 1 i h WM "ne :.,„ .1 "" %  '. i. .,i,i aubdlvllerlj along and J, Block m, f, the 1 II a foreih, .. Baaterly • Of Lot 4 to ; nf-way line of Ked•'; V N 'hen Bouth. nock '•"' i"' I. Iiein-e w 'ubdlvlalon; '-(ton ald South I ..I Block 1 don thence ired North' f" frin, i Right-of-way I*' II 'hweaj ,„rner of h *'"i.,i, "ght-,, feet; thence %  1 narallel t„ the ;r.iliei t„ the of Federal feel to the '"•Wen,;., i the swi. -, thenca Wuil %  % % %  ipr r*v ... ihenca Westerly LEGAL NOTICE along ii, hn,. is ii i the i:..: i i n, ,,t the Nw', i si: 1 "f the SK'i ol th, SW ', ol 12; Hi, i„ .i line to th. line of the NW %  ,,f the UK 1 -, i M. of the.SW ; ol s, tlon 1-. Ihenci Wi tern A .-. i the Baal line ol i he si. ,,; th. s\\ < t ,,f the NKVi ol the Hri ,.i 8ei tlon 21 i12, .-., ,i I n, also the Baal line of l^it LM Amended 1'i.it of it. B. McDonald g ib,iii i-i,,n according to I ha plai thai a of racorded In pial I..,K 2, al pag, 22 "f ilie I'ubfiu llecorda ol Daue i oiinti Ploi Ida Hi, i. ,Boul ii. 11\ along sal,I i: • line to the North In.,of I %  • i -V gfoi en .i ;ii i. th.iice Bot/thwcaterl) along the Baal line ,d I...I 18, aforesaid subdivision i,v7.|.i fe,i to the South line oi l,ot 28, afoiesald aubdlvlalon, being alao the North line of the s 1 %  of the s oi tie f)H ot Be. I Ion 21 62 12; thence Baaterl) along said North line to the Baal Una of the 84 of the sw, of the si. 1 ol B< i tlon 21-52-42; thence Boutherly alon th,.said Baal i,n, to the Bouth Un of Section 21-52-12: Ihi ni e Wi £ ig ,•• oi section .i-,_-i-. we ii,,. ii,'-l,-, li along said South line to the Weal |lna of Section 21-52-42; which ithe point oi It.-Kiuning. Ilecln al a point on tinSouth line of the N\v, of Section 13 12-42, tun feet West ,.f the .enter of .-. i lion IB-S2-42; thence Northerly and iMtrallal to the Fast line of the N\\', ,,f Bee 15-52-12 lo th,South Right-of-Wa) line of Slat. Road tfb I24T; t!,. %  n. e Hasten) along said South Right -,dW av line I(XI le. I thence Bouthel ly and iiat sll, I to 1 hi • II f the NW, of B along aid Weal lln, an i i tinuing along the Weal line ol the si: 1 ,.f the SW \ "f the Sl'.i, of .-. I OH 1-62-42 t" tinSouth lid'of the NW', of the sw, -f the si:', of Be. 8-52-42; thence Easterly the North line ,-f the s of the tF& of the S'v of Bectlon B-52-42 and Bee 1-82-42 lo the Last line of the w of Section •• .--12: thence Southerly along the Baal line of the W4 of Section .-' I,nd See l52-12 to the elllel of Sec lll-.l242; then,. Southwesterly along the center line f I>lxle Highway to the Southeast corner of S,,-. 17-62-42; which la the point of beginning. DISTRICT 3: iteg-ln at the center of Sec. B-52-42: thence run Southerly along the BaMl line of the tth of Sec. -.".2-i' to the South Una of the N 1 of the S>, of the s' of s,, :'-v:-*:. tneace West.rlv along said Ko.ith line and along the South lintof tne N'j of the S'-i of the S'. ol S.i H-:,l-fi to the West line of the SK' of See. 8-62-42; thence Northerly along said West line to the South line of the NK' of the NK' of the SWi. of .-. 52-42; thence Westerly along ald South line to the West line of the NFV, of the NK', Of the SW ol Sec. X-f.2-1-'; thence N-ntheilv along said West line to the South line of the NW*. of s.-c. (.-..2-4:'. thence Westerly along said South line of the West line of the BM •'! the SW ', of the SF'. of the NW'. of Bee I52-42: thence Northerly along said West line to the South line of the NK. of the BVi of the NW. of See 8-52-42; thence Westerly along said South line to the West line of the B4 of the XK', of the SW ', of tinNWU of Section 8-52-42; thence Noiiherlv along said West line to the South line of the NW ', of the NW'i of Bectlon s-:,2-42; tli.nce Westerly along said South line to the West line of Section s -, ,-'; ,: -; theme Northerly along the WejK line of Section 8-52-42 to the South line of the-N'i of the N'j. of the NKi, of Section 7-52-42: thence Westerly along said South line to the West line of the N'j of the N'J ol the NK', Of Bectlon T--.2-42; thence Northerly along said West line to the North line of Bectlon •"•• thence Fasterly along the N'-rth line of Section 7, I and B-62-4I to the West line of the SK', of the SW'. of the SW, of Section I%  •-4L' thence Northerly along the said w.st line to the North H">nf'he s'-. of the BIS "f the sw, "f Section 4-52-42; then.'i:.si,,lv along %  aid North line to th, Bast line ol th, sw ', of Section 4-M-.42; th-n,, Souther!} along the Fust line of thSW, of S., lion l-n2-42, and the Beat line of 'he NW, of Bectlon 8-52-42 t" the center of Bectlon • :.l-*:. which Is the point of beginning. DISTRICT 4: Hug in at the Northeast corner l th. NW, of the NW. "f Section I7"."-I2. run Southerly along the Baal line of the W, ,.f the w ol n 17-.'2-2 to the South line „f section i7-5-'-4? Ihenre Weaterh> ..long the South line of Se, tlon I7-..2-42 t" Ihe KoiHhwesi cornet of s on I7-S2-42; thence Northerly along the West line "f said S-'lion 12 to the Sooth line ..f th.N ,.f the NK'. "f the *KH of ''•; SK', of Section IB IJ thence Westerly along the said South line ,., the west line "f the NM ,t the NKi, of th.SK'. "f he BB'J of s.etio,, IB-52-M: thence Northerly „l,„,g the aald Weal Une to the South line of the SW. of the NI the SF'. of Be, %  J '''•",:" I, rlv along aald South line to the West line of the SK'. of the sw of the NF'i of the SF'. of Section l-.'.i-42; thence Northerly nlong said West line to the South line of the NW". of the SW. of the NE*. of the SF'.. of Section IK -,J-*2. hence Westerly along -aid South line to the West line of the F 1 of the HKJl of Section IB-B2-42: thence Northilon* the West line of'the .* of the BBU and the West Una of LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE 'iiB*i of ih. NK', „f section IBto ih,North Ih i .. 12: then, %  Kaatet li along tne .North l>n, of Si tlon 18 !>2 12 and Section 17-52-42 to the Northeast NW ', ol I!" \ w, "i •' i ctlon 17-52 IJ, which Is the tKilni ..f ii.-glnniiig i .,i i hi Not thwesl oi ii%  of the sw ', ol Se, tlon • ..'-12; them • i II I ..'-I, %  I) along the Not t h line of the sw, to the East line of the W '•. %  %  •: HiNI:', ,,i the x oi II8 ', ol Be, Ion •,J IJ. them Soutlicrl) along raid Baal Una i" the South line oi the N ol the NWIs of the SW, of S, ctlon thenoe Westerly along said South to Hi.w ssi line of Si I li n v >'i i-'. un n. %  Noi ihi i ly alon I W,-t |i M e to the Northwest corner ,,i the sw ', ,,f Section 2-42; and thpoint of beginning. DISTRICT 5: Begin al the So ithi n tier of the U ,,| the SI-.', 0 f il,,. SI.', of Section 7-62-42, run M'esleru along the Boul n line ol Bel i Ion 1-5212 and the South line of Section 12-52-41 to the West line ,.f the si-:', oi thi SW ', of Section !2-2n thence Northerly along said West line to the North In 1 the SF', ol the SW, of Section 12-62-41; thence Easterly along sai.i North Una and tinuing along the North Una of ih. sw ', ,,f the SK', of Bectlon 12".'-ii to th,West line ol the s ,,f the NK', of the SK', of Section 1J62-41; thence Northerly along said Wi • Una lo the North line of the BVi ••< 'he NF', ,.f the si: 1 bl Bectlon 12-52-41: tnence Baaterl) along said North Una lo the Weal Bectlon 7-62-42; then,,. Northerly along the Weal line of Section '-:•:42 t" tinNorth Una of the sw. of Section 7-62-42: thence Easterly along said Ninth line to the Basl line of the sw'i ol Section 7-.",L -^: ; then, i* Boutherly along Bald Baal line to the North line of the S'.. of the SW, of the NW, of the SF', of Section 7-62-42; then,,Baaterl} along said North line to the Baal line of the BM of the SW, of the NWi, of the SF'., ,,f Bectlon 7-8242: thence Boutherly along said Easl line to the North line of the SW ', of the BBVi of Section '.-: %  : v:. thence Easterly along aald North line to the Fast Hue Of the, W, of the B*i of the si:', of the Bectlon 12; thence Boutherly along said Basl ime t,, the North line of Section 18-62-42, which is the point of beginning, Section 4. REGULATION OF ELECTIONS: The council shall make all regulations which it considers needful lor dealrable, not Inconsistent with this Charter, lor the conduct of municipal elections for the prevention ,.i fraud III Sll, II election-, and for the re. OUIIt of ballots in ,.,se of doubt or fraud. Municipal elections shall be conducted i,\ the r.-uuiar election authorities, who shall nave power to make such regulations not Inconsistent with thli n.ii.,i or with am regulations made i,.. th,I'I'I CounolL Section 5. NOMINATIONS: Any quaUtled elector of the City of Norm .\n.ni.i Beach, who snail have resided in the. Cltj tor one ye i shall be eiiKili.e to otter himself for any electlve office ol tins >'ity, and shall, not inter than the 20 days prior to any election date, <|UHlify himself for such candnlacjy, by presenting himself to the City Clerk of North Miami lleach. and there executing such forms as are required by the election officers of the City of North Miami lteacb. and deposit simultaneous therewith a qualifying fee of J.'iO.OO for the candidates for the office of Mayor, and the sum of 2i. for all other elective officers: provided, however, Wi.it 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, such as Charter Revision Hoard, Civil Service Hoard. and of similar capacity; this enumeration shall not be deemed to be exclusive, but simply explanatory. Section S. PREPARATIONS FOR CENTRAL COUNT: llefoie each election the election authorities shall designate a central countlitK place for all ele. tlon returns to be brought together and counted publicly: appoint a competent person to act as director of the counting; employ and provide for the training ot a competent staff of assistants, subject to any regulation of the Council; fix a definite compensation. If any, for the director and each inli.-r of the staff which shall not be dependent upon the IcnKth of time consumed In the count ; prepare oetailed regulations for the count, which shall be issued in advance to the members of the counting force, to the candidates and to their representatives at the central count; and make other suitable arrangements for all tabulations of the election returns to insure an accurate tally. All employees for the central count shall be selected subject to the direction of the Section 7. ELECTION POLLS: All balloting for elective offices shall lake Place at the City Hall In the City of North Miami H. h, which shall be turned into a central counting place i. f.ned to In section hereof, at the Ck>M of the legal voting hours. Section 8. CHECKING THE RETURNS: As soon as the polls have closed the voting machines shall be opened by the election officials and in th,presence of the members of the counting force, and in the presi the candidates or their duly qualified representatives and thereupon the tabulations shall commence, and shall l„. recorded as follows: The results as tabulated on the machines for each ol rhe candidates shall be clearly announced by one of the election officials, designated for that purpose to %  nothi r of the officials who .-ha 1 thereupon record to the credit of such ,.,, dhlate the figures so an. need and MJ on, until : CO "d full tabulation of each machine shall nave 1 i, ded. As the tabulation on each machine shall ha M be. "com %  aid machine shall be locked or sealed so that the ihulatIon shall remain Intact and shall remain In the custody of the election officials and all UCh machines and records shall be k.pt by th,director of eiee. tlopi at the central counting place until a board hereafter ,ic-is-..ii, aa a "CanvassingBoard" which %  •fall be ?omnrlsed of the 'Itv Cl.i k. 1 "rector of Flections, and it representative or ,, I, of fhe Candid"!.-, if thev so desire, shall, within two (^. days of the election date, ennvaIhe machines. lech.ck the tut. ul.-itlons. correct any errors, and make flnil certification of 'ViTonV'vOTING MACHINES: The Council shall have the power to provide for the use of n.crhs" other devices lor voting or counting LEGAL NOTICE the voi.s in accordance with the I irlnclplea set forth in this Charter. •'oi this purposs the Council may ii the i-oiin ot tinballot, the method expressing noioes and the arrangements foi conducting the ele, tlon and the count, but no change -hall i„. made which will alter oi Impair th,principles ol the voting or of the counting. Section 10. PUBLIC SUPERVISION AND INFORMATION: At each eleclion of the Council, any |.. nominated candidate shall be sntltled upon written application to the election authorities at leant five (f) teya i,, tot.. in,, eleelIon, i.l io appoint one peraog and one alternate to repreaeni him as watohtsi ami challenge] al each polling place. An., pei son so appointed shall nave ail the rughti .ini privileges pre* scribed b> law i.e other watchers and hail.'ngi i M al any election in the same place but a watcher and his alternate shall not have the right i,,,th I,, remain w-ithiu th,voting pin, >• at the same time Such watchers and challengers may eaerclae theli rights ,.t the voting places until the ballots have i.e. n s. nt I,, th.central counting place, but not more than %  watcher for the same candidate shall have the right to accompany two or more ballot boxes while the}' are being taken together, ,ii t,, appoint on,representative at the eoiint in the central counting place, who shall have full authority to move anywhere within the central counting place, and to Inspect all a. tlvlties Ol the COunl without Interfering therewith. HI to appoint one observer at the Central counting place, who shall be given facilities for keeping In full view of all ballots outside of contalneiand all containers ,,f ballots at all times when such ballots are not being sorted or counted, and from the time when the first ballots arrive until all I,allots have been placed ill containers ami removed lor safekeeping at the end of the count. The election authorities ami the director of the count shall permit -.into make substitutions for persons originally appointed as a era, challengers, representatives or observers; Ihe candidates, representatives of the press and, so far as ma) be consistent with good order and convenience, th.public shall be afforded every facility for being present and Ing lii. ballots cast at each election shall be preserved b} th,election authorities until the terms of the members elected there at have expired. The decision of the director of the count shall be final unless appealed from in Which case they shall be subject to immediate review by the eleci ii n %  uthoritles. Section 11. VACANCIES IN ELECTIVE OFFICES: If one or mote xa, .ui, i.s should ,,,, in in the le, m e of ths City of North Miami Beach, the election authorities shall call a sp..i.il election of officers to serve for the remainder >>f the unexplred i-i in. sp,., ..,i elections shall be held within sixty I BO) days from data of vacancy, except that if %  regular I, t loll %  %  • %  I' of!.. • %  erve for the next regular term has alreadi been held, or is to l„held not more than (60) dayi after the occurrence of the vacancy, such special election need not be held, and the officer or officers elei ted al such regular election Is completed. Any special election shall be held as nc.u h as practicable according to the provisions for a regular election. Section 12. ABSENTEE VOTING: The provisions of Section ml.81 through 101.70 of the Florida Statutes and any subsequent amendments thereto, is hereby declared to be the luw 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 of North Miami Beach, and to enlarge or diminish any time requirements which are set up In the statute. The purpose of this Section being to provide a satisfactory method by which elections may be held within the t'ltv of North Miami lleach in an orderly manner, the "Law of Election" as reflected In Chapters 97 through 1UB of the Florida Statutes, entitled 'Fleet..rs and Flections", 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 framew-osk of such Florida Statutes to make them applicable to the City of North Miami Beach. ARTICLE IX. INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM Section 1. Bower of Initiative %  1. Recall 3. Bower of Itcfeienduni 4. Form of 1'etltlons: Committee Of Petitioners 5. l-iling, examination and icituicatioi. of Petitions 6. Amendment of Petitions 7. Bffect of Certification of Referendum Petition 8. I 'oll.-ldel .' 'oil %  t I OUnCil B, Submission to < lecloi 10. Form ot ballot l.n initiated and 1 ell lied U. ,11ii,c 11. Availability of list of qualified Electors 12. Results of election Section 1. POWER OF INITIATIVE: The electors shall ha\e power to piopose any Ordinance, sxoewt aa Ordinance appropriating money or authorising tb. lev} of taxes, and to adopt OT reject the same at the polls. %  UCh.power being known as the Initiative Any initiated Ordinance ma> be submitted to the Council b) a petition signed by qualified ,1., tOTS of the l'll> equal in number to at bast two per centum i_": I of the registered voters at the l.,si regular municipal election, Section 2. RECALL: la) As to City Council—Any member Of the Citv c ell ma} Inrecalled or removed from his or her said office upon the Initiative of the electors of the District from which said Councilman has I n lected. in the manner and number as hereinafter pi escribed. i hi At to Mayor or any other elective officer who it elected from the Clty-at-laroe—The Mayor or any elective officer of the City who Is i from Ihe Cit y-a t -large ma) be recalled and removed from his oi hei office upon the Initiative of the electors from the Clry-ut-large as heiein led. i,-i To initiate a recall-Any qualified elector of the City and District, or the Clty-at-large, whichever Is appDrable as set out In sub-sections (a) an I ihi of this Section, may make and h ih, City Clerk an affidavit containing the name of the Councilman lor Couuciliuen should any amendment to this Charter provide rot more than one Councilman from each District), or other elective officer of the 'ii v g bo •• i smoval ii. ami a statement "f the sp, i.. grounds fof removal. Ths Clerk shall thereupon deliver for appro ami il i to the ele, tor or electors making such affidavit, coplet ol nopetition blanks lot SUCh removal, such blanks shall be executed by the Clerk with the signature I offli ,.n seal tin ni" attached; tne) be dated and addressed to the City Council, and shall contain tin .-p.-, Ific grounds for recall, name 01 names of the person or peisens who... i em,,\:ii Is s.uant. II nd iha office drum which such removal la sought. AH Of the petition shall be entered In a record book to be kept In ili,. office of the City Clerk, The recall petition, to be effective, must bl signed and fib-d with the Clerk within lllll t v (SO) days after the filing of t h. affidavit The petition before beiii. t i, i ahall be signed i" IS* ol the red Istered voters "f the district or of the Clty-at-large, depending upon whethei the officer comes within the category f sub-sections or tbi of this stion, which registered voters shall have been qualified to vote In tinlast general municipal election, and to ,a, h such signature shall be added the place of residence of the signer. giving the street and number or othel Iptlon sufficient to identify the place of business or residence of the petitioner, Such signatures need not all I n one paper, but the Citv II. I. %  hall make an affidavit that BM b signature appended to the paper is the genuine signature of the person wh II. un,. it purports to be. All such recall pap. s | hall be filed H one In%  trumenl with the endorsement thereon of the names and addresses of the persons designated as filing the same Within ten lini days after the filing of the petition, the Clerk shall ascertain Whether Or HOI the petition is signed by the requisite number of registered voters ami shall attach thereto bis certificate showing the results of such ,-\., munition. If this certificate showthe petition to be Insufficient, he slut.I forthwith so notify in writing on,0 more of ihi pel one designated on the ,„ t.iion afiling th,same; and thi petition inav be amended at any time within ten il") days after the giving of said notice, by filing of a supplementary petition upon additional petition paper, signed and filed as provided herein lor the original petition, TI,Cl.rk shall within ten (10) dayalt i such amendment make like examination of the result. If then found P. be Insufficient, or if no amendment Wai marl... h,. shall file the petition In his office, and shall notify each of the persons designated thereon, that the samifiled if the petitioner amended pi tlon shall be certified by ths Clerk lo fficient, he .-hall submit tinsame Stlth bis certificate to the Citv Council ,,t itnext regular meeting and shall notify the Councilman or Councilman or other elective officer or officers who.-., removal is sought, of -in h action. The City Council shall. thereupon, within ten il"i days of the i |pt of the cbrk's certificate, or,i,. r an eli i I Ion to be held not k than twenty '-"I nor more than thirty (30) 'lavs thereafter, provided, however thai al such recall elections all registered voters of the Citv. regardleaa of ths District in which said voters reside, -hail be eligible to cast their vote f..r or against the nffe who-,, removal :-ought, whether such officials were in the first Instance, elected by District or at large; and further provided, however, that If gny other municipal election Is to Occur within sixtv n.i'l days after the receipt of saul certificate, the City council mav III 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 offn ,r whose removal Is sought, may resign at any time before the election, in which event the office will be deemed vacant without recall, and shall be filled as other vacancies provided for herein In elections for recall, the form of the ballot shall be as nearly as practical: •Shall "A" be recalled", or "Shall "IS" be recalled", etc., the name of the officers being inserted in the place of "A" and "B". The voter shall indicate his vote by "YFS" or "No". H a majority of the votes cast shall be lii favor of such recall, the Council shall Immediately declare the office vacant and proceed to fill the same In the manner provided by law for the filling of vacancies in elective offices of the Citv of North Miami Beach. Provided, however, that In no event shall i naecutlve elections for the recall of the same Councilman or other ,le, live officer be held within six nil months, and provided, further that no Councilman or other elective officer shall be subject lo recall within Thirty (B0) davs after taking office. Section 3. POWER OF REFERENDUM: The ele, tors at large shall have power t" approve or reject at the polls any Ordinance passed by the Council. or submitted by the Council to a vote ,,r the electors, except as provided In Section in iKKIERENDUM ON BOND ORDINANCES'). Article IV of this Charter, such power being known as th, referendum, ordinances submitted to the Council by Initiative petition and passed by the Council without change -hall be subject to the referendum In the same manner as other Ordinances Within twenty (20) days after the enactment by the Council of any Ordinance which is subject ton referendum, %  petition signed by qualified .-I.-, tors of the City equal in number to ,,t hast tell per centum (in",) of the legist. red voters at the last preceding regular municipal election may 1„. filed with the City Clerk requesting that any such Ordinance be eitb.i repealed or submitted to a vote of the electors. Section 4. FORM OF PETITIONS: COMMITTEE ON PETITIONS: All petition papers i Irculatcd for the purposes of initiative or referendum shall be uniform In sise and style. Initiative paper-hall contain the full text of the proposed ordinance. The signatures to Initiative of referendum petitions need not lie all appended to one i i. bat to each separate petition th, ie shall be attached a statement of the circulator thereof as provided by this sc.-tlon. %  Fach signer of any such petition paper shall sign his name In Ink or Indelible pencil, and shall Indicate after his name his place of residence by street and number, or other description sufficient to Identify the place. There shall appear on each petition the names and addresses of five electors, who as a committee of Ihe petii ill be regarded as re sponalble for the circulation and (11



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PAGE 14 B LEGAL NOTICE ing of the Petition. Attached to each separate petition i>apt-r there shall In' an affidavit t an original petition. The Cits Clerk shall, within five I > > da> ., 11• : %  amendment is tiled, make examination "t the amended petition and. if the petition is still inindent, I file incertll hioffli e and notify Ho commit l In pel Itionei of and no tar' hi'i .,. i ..a -hall l>. had i Insufflclenl pel t Ion. Tie fin lliu I' -Nile |< te J el a petil "h .-hall II"! idlce the fling "i a new ; lor thi -. Section 7. EFFECT OF CERTIFICATION OF REFERENDUM PETITIi IN: \\ en ., ri fei endu lief. ||ed III > %  n 6 of I si' 'i. ha i'< en %  i %  11 > i ... • %  in the petition -hall let %  • t. or further action thereunder shall be tiled. if It Shall )l.l\ e U' effeet, until and unless approved by the ele t' B, alie; ti Section 8. CONSIDERATION BY COUNCIL: Whenever thi Council rei e .., ertlfled inltiatlt e or ref< en dum petition from the City Clerk, it %  %  a .; • oni e 1., consldi i petition. A proposed Initiative ordinance shall be read, and pri shall 1... made fur a publichearing upon the proposed ordinance. The C i. il shall take final action on the irdinam e hoi later than slxl (( l days after the date on which sueh (Irdinane.-hall be I ed by the Council ami its final vote upon such reconsideration -hall be upon the question, "Shall the Ordinance specified In the Referendum Petition be Repealed ?" Section 9. SUBMISSION TO ELECTORS: If the Coun.il shall fail an ordinance proposed by initiative petition, or shall pass rt in a form different from that set forth in the petition therefor, or if the Council fad to repeal a referred ordinal!) e. the proposed or referred ordinance shall he submitted to the electors at large, not less than thirty (SO) days, nor more than sixty (6() davs from the date the Council takes its final vote thereon. The Council may. In its discretion, and if no regular election is to be held within such period, provide for a special election. Section 10. FORM OF BALLOT FOR INITIATED AND REFERRED ORDINANCES: Ordinances submitted to vote of the electors in accordance with the initiative and referendum provisions of this Charter .-hall be submitted by ballot title, which shall be prepared in all cases by the Department of Law or other principal legal adviser of the City. The ballot nil.mav be different from the legal till.of any such Initiated or referred ordinance and shall be a clear, concise statement, without argument or prejudice descriptive of the substance of such ordinance. The 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: "l-'or The Ordinance" and "Against the Ordinance" Immediately at the left of each proposition there shall be a square in which by making a cross 1X1 the elector may vote for or against the Ordinance. Any number of ordinances KUt] be Voted on at th.-am.election and may be submitted on the same ballot, but any paper ballot used for voting thereon shall be for that purpose onlv If voting machines are used, the ballot title of any ordinance shall have below it the same two propositions one above the other, or one preceding the other in the order indicated and the elector shall be given an opportunity to vote for either of the two propositions and thereby to vote for OJagainst the ordinance. Section 11. AVAILABILITY OF LIST OF QUALIFIED ELECTORS: r any organization or group requests It for the purpose of circulating the descriptive matter relating to the Ordinance to be voted on. the Hoard or Election*, or the City Clerk or other orrice. department or agenev of the City having; the list of qualified electors, shall either permit such organization or group to copy the names and addresses of the qualified electors or furnish It with a list thereof, within ten (10) days from said request. _,Scion 12. RE8ULTS OF ELECTION: If a majority or the electors at f, c vot,r "t on proposed Initiative ordinance shall vote In favor thereof. It shall, thereupon, be an Ordinance v. ,h e Cl,y A referred* Ordinance which Is not approved by a majority 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 ii/ilHf V vo i'" "*Jf." !" vall to the •xtent of such conflict. LEGAL NOTICE of Assessment !(• %  lowers and dalles Hearings on i otn10. ARTICLE X TAX ADMINISTRATION Section l. Division ol Assessment 1, Property subje< t to I as in.-in.i of Assessment 3. Hoard of Assessment Hi \ lew 4. Hoard \ lew ... Public plaints •:. Appeal to Courts 7. Division of coii.ci 8. Collector's Bond 9. Taxes payable when due Preparation and Delivery ol 'lax Bills 11. Extension of Tax for in i. in year on Aasessmi nl Rolls i.'. Description of Tax i"ii 1.1. Office of Assesaor. 'ollector Section 1. DIVISION OF ASSESSMENTS: There shall I the Department .-i Finance a Division of Assessment, the head of whli h be the Cilv Assesso Section 2. PROPERTY SUBJECT TO TAX: METHOD OF ASSESSMENT: All real and personal pi within the City, not expressly exempted by law. shall be subject to annual taxation ai its true value. The Assessor .-hall begin the work of assessing eal ltd pel sons I pi opert) on and as of the first irdlng th, nenl Review. Section 5. PUBLIC HEARINGS ON COMPLAINTS: Beginning wlfli the 15th da) ol August of i I > eai. long then ay be neethe 'Ity i' %  in II, Itting as n • t Assess m • • Res li N shall Ine thi omptalni of [I tl tO tile men) roll. Complaints lo thi Board ol menl Ret li shall be In wrll ith. But the procedure • such Board shall In Inf. and of a nature ilcutated to effi aslmpl) aa possible HeaiInga upon complaints shall be held In the order :• i eh• .1 and as prompt!) after the filing thereof, aa possible, and the determination of the Hoard of m, nt Review shall be made within ten (10) days after such filing. Such determination shall be immediately certified by the Secretary of the i lo the Cit) Assessor, whose duty it .-hall be to make such correi lion upon the as* rami nt roll and 'te, as the Ho.,id mav deleiinine. Section 6. APPEAL TO COURTS: Appeal from the determination of the Board f Assessment Review nun be tak.-n to a Court of competent Jurisdiction ndt later than thirty (SO) days after certification to the City AsMSSOl Section 7. DIVISION OF COLLECTION: There shall be established in the Department of PInance a division of collection, th. head of which shall be the Cits Tax Collector Section 8. COLLECTORS BOND: The Collector shall, before the delivery to him of th.Assessment lt.,li give surety bond for the faithful performance of ins duties, Including compliance with ail controlling provisions of law bearing upon th.functions of his office, in a form approved by the state Tax ommlssloner, and In such i. not less than tha amount estSDthe Commissioner, ashall b) th. Council. TAXES PAYABLE hall be payable 9-J ewUtricridiar LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Tax. l-I.ed b) !.e li\,.,| Section WHEN DUE e l "~ dtlpll.ale IS delivered I,, h City Tax i oil,,,,., n begin work ol -hall at ,'T" w i'.". k "' '"" 1,; """-' %  completing and mailing „, otKrvlae deifveriSi tax bills f,,r the fis. ,,i >...,, u h *:;••"• f r -ed'soVar'as such owners are known and shall complete „,„.,, „•„,,. ,,„ ,„ E&^H first day of November Th. v' ,d,tv Of any,tax or the time at Which the '• %  ••'" by the i„,i„ r ,. „f h e Collector to mall or otherwise deliver t./i amount to be raised Director of PInance, Ity, shall have cause on the assessment ,the amount of ,. %  menl al the %  raise tlie requir.-d Section the taxation, the 01 olh.l aiilhoi %  '" I (tended "il aim dnpii, .,,,. mputed upon each ate necessary to unt ',"*• required amount Section 12 DESCRIPTION OF TAX BILL: Kach tax bill s |,a|| contata. statement of ,,,.valuation of h', ""i.eviy agiinai which the tax Is livt Section 1. DEFINITIONS: As used ,„ this Chart, i. unless the oni.vr learh requirea s"' "" l, "'' ll "" t ll ,.,,' %  ,-...i ,.( Hervlo mi an.i nabli and expenses, x, ...id othci pro h argi -. and a a six pei centum or IBs actual n\.'i.in.' snnual cosl ol nece san let .1 capital to tinutility, upon the n<-i capital mvi -'" • %  In c,,r utilities operating within th.rranoi tinCharter, or. In the ,., ..i ..the, utilities, upon the njl ,,,, estmenl oi other fan rale i... -. ,. determined b) negotiations, tratlon .-, litlgatloni ib) "Nel Capital Investment" ni.-antha actual and reasonable ."~t of all properties ind capital outla) used ,ni, useful i"i sei ^ i. %  llhln the i Ity, i, -. .,. i, d il.'l'io l.il-'.I %  'dcl.l min,-,i in regular .,i ounttng i" lire, pinworking capital necessarily supplied b) the invi -t i applicable t,, th. operation within ihe city. i 'Reproduction Cool Appraisal" the up:."in. tion coat, leas de,,,i ,,, all n-'i and useful propas determined b) a physical applui working capital neceaaai ipplled bs the Investors In determlnlng reproduction ...si. appropriate unit prices shall be established foi eai h .lasoi property In iccoi dan. a with pi..per Inventor) of the properKeason ible allowani es -hall be made for normal general construction overhead costs, not included in the unit prices The depreciation deduction sha.l in. ind.both physical and functional factors, and shall take due of the dlffei em es between the existing property units an* available modern units, including the differmaintenance between existing and available ne* units. N'<> additional allowances shall be made f..r franchise value, going concern value, or other Intangible itemnot representing the inn upc.l capital cxpcndltun %  Section 2. GRANTING OF FRAN. CHISES: The City shall havi power to grant a franchise lo any private corporation for the use of streets and oth.-i public ways In the furnishing of an) public uiilltv setvict lo the Clt) and to iis inhabitantAll franchises and an) renewals, extensions and i nents t hei sto, shall be granted onlv b) ordinance A proposa d f: an%  %  hall I-submitted lo 'he Mayor, and he shall render to the Council a written report containing mends i ioni hen on Section 3. CONDITIONS AND TRANSFER OF FRANCHISES: ... Ever) franchise or renewal, ex' %  : He. rid t of a franchise hereafter grant, d shall: Ml impose upon the utility ih.duty t.. furnish proper service •>• a mini%  i ,,-t under proper or%  on ami eit., n i anagement, The Cm shall have the right to lequlre exti nsions, additions. |mprovementa ami replacements ol prop..iv ..Kill lesuit in econom) or improvemenl In service, ami n may issue such o,,i,.,s Kith respect to safety ami other matters as ma) be n.-.-essa, V or .1. SI,able for the community. it) I'lx the rates to be charged by the utility for the diffeient nlasaoa "f a and reserve to the Cltv the powei to revise such rates al the end of each calendar or fiscal year Bach rates shall be sufficient to cover the os, of service ..s defined In Section l Ol tinArticle. (I) Reserve to the City the right. at an) nine after five .:,) years, I,, revoke the franchise and purchase ail the pi opcl ties of the lltlllti at a purprica equal to the ,„., capita] i as to any prooerty in. In.led in the pur. ha.-e f,„ which the %  t capital Investment is not aseei • tainable rrom the accounts, ut the estimated aclual fost less accrued depie. latlon. (b) No franchise shall be transferred hereaftei i.> any utility .,, another without the approval of the City, and ..... condition to such approval all the terms a„d conditions of this Section franchise uan-t, .-, ,.,i S 0 B'uA 4 Rr 1 RA ,T E BASE: VALUABOARD: If net capital invest,,., V ..ai Section 6. RECORDS AND PROCEEDINGS: i.ii Ih. Council shall establish or I. \^. nc) of th.city tlov.! mo. HI Which snail assemble the (acts Which ale esaenllal lo proper deter null.. I l-m ol ost o, rid the living oi reanoi rates. Such agen, -hall has e ami keep up to ,i Inventor) ..f Ihe property used in pub11< aers'lce, the cost of such properties as actualu and reasonably Incurred oi aa fixed b) appraisal, additions and r ,tii, in.ntmade each year, the deprecia and all mattera that enter int.. the periodical readjustment of the iale base It shall have power to make, and shall conduct, all Inspections and examinations of public utility properties, 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 .. ...iiipi ehcnsivc report and recommendation to the Mayor and the Council lb.Mayor shall thereupon make separate recommendations to th. Council, which, after receiving them. 111.i> pro. .ed with Inrornial negotiations or with formal proceedings i:\ery public utility operating within the City shall furnish to sueh Agen. y regular reports as to capital outlay, property retirements, operating revenues, operating expenses, taxes and other accounting matters accord,ug to the standard accounting claSMiIh at en Issued for such utilities by the Stale Public Utilities Commission. In addition the City may require reports i regarding aalain-s, wages, employees, contracts, service performance, and | all other records of operation that pertain lo proper rate adjustments on the basis of facta and regular administration lb) The Agency established or designated by ihe Council shall also maae appropriate efforts to obtain proper annual revision or rales of private utilities which do not operate un.ier in.li unclose t.rins of this Charter, and Khun are not subject to municipal regulation b) UeneralLaw. it may Initial!) obtain proper surveys of operating expenses, taxes and other bargl -. and ol the net capital Investment in the properties us.-.l in public s.n a,, within th.City, ami thereupon mas endeavor, through negotiations with tnc utility, to obtain proper rate adjustments. Tindetermination of u laic base shall be made as set forth in Section I of this Article, if It cannot obtain due agreement it shall file a complaint and petition to the State Public L'tlllt) Commission for a formal late inquiry, in such proceedings it -hall represent the coiisuin, large and shall prepare and present In du. legal form all the evidence with ic.-pe, i to ,-iist of service and other elements as required In the public Intel..-t Il shall Obtain all requisite data f..r successive rate revision*, ami at ihe end of each calendar or fiscal year it .-hail endeavor lo secure any revision ol rates Indicated by the showing of fa, ,>. .,nd if ii.-. essury shall I again With I request for formal Inquiry by the Stale PublicUtilities Commission. Section 7. RECAPTURE: Whenever the Council shall determine, and In accordance with the franchise terms, the City may purchase the properties of a private!) owned public utility, and may Include in such purchase properli.-s lo.ate.l outside as well as within th,City. The pur. has,, price shall not exceed the net capital investment. or the rate bass, established as herein described, for an) properties Included in the purchase for which such net capital Investment had not. been proXff* !" _i ">' previous franchise grants. The i Ity may also condemn any public utility properties pursuant to the general condemnation provision of this I barter. The cost of proceedings for acquisition ot private properties by purchase or by condemnation shall be paid in the first instance by the private utility, but shall be included in the price or award paid by the City ...VL c !. on 8 ESTABLISHMENT OF MUNCIPALLY OWNED AND OPER ATED UTILITIE8: The City nave th.power to any public utllltv raiD AY,Fram jARviu n __l_J L CAL NOTICE terest to rate redu.-ii, for promotion n Ptrtta*. advancement of ih ,Xi """i and sllir.c^L^gi^/-,^. belated""' 2 """^' ARTICLE XI PUBLIC UTILITIF Section 1. definitions 2Granting „f franchise 4. K^base; valuation 6. Rates: Annual cost or gjrvlCS and sliding s. ; ,,.': Krc'ap',ure and Proc """ 8. Kstabllshment of MunioSJMBr* r fnd ,,,,era,,d '' ly 0m ih",| the coat of all COI.-M, „ ?,''' '"H ;"> Instaiation „ '",; !* 'ai \, K by borrowing, m accJltoSS ur provision or Anl& VlTl,.*' !" ter. Appropriate provl.i.L""" '> made, however, for ,.??. '^ >r the and retirement of all KaST'S to the provisions of thi,TA."• Ul amortization and reti ,^ h ,rl err^ted through „',:.' ] ^."., tlon funds or other fii,n,.i,, r' prw provided through the earrf.Ln" 0 ^ utility "ilngs UCCE88. A 0 R N T, C N L ; 3o X V E RNM Assessmem „„,! u '••ction m rirsi p. Rights of Offli ptoyoea Continuance of I' rfMlu SII" ,I 1. 2 1 %  ass I reserved Officei Status ,.f OfflceraiiHll Ptoyees hoidi,,. !" .. Idln* when Charier fakei i Kecordi 2fl&!i^^ : sL^i;^cosT The Council ,.r opeinances and shall p ,,.,„'""*' r r,h he prosecuted an 'use to ngs before the Sn, ':','" l"o.e,.rl. S?""slon fiTic^ auiK C UtlUu niiivni...... _x ^ "' ""' Hllfh rate.. #__ >nsumers nt large an d "/' h ralM tr >r The .eq„|remen, R < „, a n h l r h City. or r-V ,y l "" vl !" .Yl'd 'n' n m,y pr rates wherein for nu .. Iln f 0 l loess return abov-J ,! y year th <* >J*"" h -Ivlded fn is flSSf "' "" vl • between the utl Ity ,iS a ""'Portion y ** a oonsumer, shall own and operate to i-onstruct and Install all facilities that are reasonably L'f.,.w an !'..i ''•'"•" r l'" r 'h"se any ar!,i f U ",'o y ""M'erllea used and useful In public service. The City may also furnish service In adjacent and nearby communities which mav be conveniently and economically served wlVh .Vi, ly ""''Jf' agreements MH ,.? %  """"""'"'es and subject to v' r. via""? f 'a!""'•" W Council .hli.k ." ; V r,ll ""'e for the establishment of such utility, and shall alw be submit! and approved ai a Popular'referendum; provWed, how%  l an Ordinance providing for rovem ,," %  '","• •"'" %  xement. or Im,. e,,.Vi "' "" tl ""K utility may ni %  LT ?i ">*.* m ,itr of general munnipal admlnlslralion PRr5T ei 9 U C 0 MPETiT,0N WITH ATEn ITT^. .-£ W .. NEO AND OPER owmd -VT L,TIE8: a niuni.-l|lly ened and operate utility would cover s already supplied by 'lly, fill before undertaking any dupllcar .J ''"''V'"-" or service. If the w vi ,.',,,"' "" r xtetta privately .. i... ,"'"'"-1 utility cannot hi price on ,'L' R %  •' %  ""nable purchsse l.i f,r ^ w 1 1 .. 1 d ''">~l and protlie l-liv m S "-"" n 1 "f this Article. '.end iV ,'V '" %  "'"-' l'h an Inde'."..,..„. """"-'Itive munlclpallv Shall h!5£ "'"' l ,lll,v The City 'p %  I ive urw'S. r '" k ". V r >" %  "'">'.ii hi ,, '"""'"•' %  "••'• "hen a resdef .,1 J h U '.V h i'""' rlc M heretofore l ,i.; h "" T •r : 0 ? "Me. to the prl• ". ;:;. ,,l, ',' l lh af. If the City nrivai i'"'" %  "*" supplied by PMvatei) owned and operated utiliis effort i ,"*", '" i,k '• v,ry reaaonabi friL,.'. Elfr*"""* '" l-"e the exist Mayor „,,^ ha <"*>•"* 'or the ""•h utility lo, ">' reh 'nslve report of <£+3fiSS2£l ""Wrtnienl r ofri"v rinancl.lit V :' T ,. ,n m,k •• %  t"dlffe rpn ,^,i "> fydlnance. adopt a Transfer of Property Continuity „f offiesi I partments ,„ %  .,„ ";' and Public lmprove3 Pending Actlotuj and I c. clings 8ection 1. ASSESSMENT ANISi YS?AR E ^T 10 ,', 3 N FIRST Fll YEAR: The first fiscal year aia llshed by Section 1, Article IH ufi Charter, shall begin ,-„ lh( r* of .November and shall end „n the day of October of ..... i, .-..lend., ri Section 2. RIGHTS OF OFFICE AND EMPLOYEES PRESERVi -Nothing In this Chan.. conlaiatU cept as speclficalls pr..vi.|ed affect or Impair the rfghl ih-g.-s ,f officers o i: t lly or of any Office, I'.p.iitmtntJ Agl my existing al Ihe time wh-nl' I nai tor shall take vision or law In ion al %  Charter shall take rf. t, a ...,,sinein ,||, ih, p i IM ,, ns „{( i Ti.n ter in relation I IKilntiiients, rank-, grades, tt-nunl office, proinotlon. removal, and retirement right-, civil ruin any other rights oi ; cers or Kmpl..\.-.-ol [hi Office, Kepartinctu ..r Agency of. Section S. CONTINUANCE PRESENT OFFICERS: All pen holding administrative office all time this Charter ink.-, effect, continue In Office and In the formance of their duties until pt. slon shall have been made in acci ance herewith for the performance! such duties, or the dis. .ntinuancaa such otrice. The powers conferred! the duties Imposed upon any Offal Department. Or Agen. \ of theCKjrl Ihe Laws of this State shall. If n office. Department or Agency u( I City be abolished by this Charier, under Its authority, lathereafter I erclsed and discharged by the Department or Agency .n-signstel I the Council unleaa otherwise herein. Section 4. STATUS OF OFFICE* AND EMPLOYEES HOLDING TIONS WHEN CHARTER TAK EFFECT: Any person holdiaf.. office or poalllon In the Claai Service of the City hen this Cl takes efrert who shall have served I such posliion for a! leas! a of Ihree monlhs, shall be reti without preliminary or working and shall thereafter be subject lij respects to the provisions of Charter. Other personIn the service at the time this charter I effect shall be regarding aa no their positions under the piovifl appointments. .„ Section 6. TRANSFER OF l ORDS AND PROPERTY: All reca property and equipment w ha taws of any Office. Department or Alesrj or part thereof, all the poweri duties which are assigned lo anyM Office, Department oi Agency W Charter, shall be transferred ana i livered to the Office, Department] Agency to which such pavers an f ties are so assigned. II iiarlol J powers and dulies of any Off** partment or Agency or part t are. by this Charier, assigned to! other Office, lieparlm.-nt ar a all records, properly and equiirns'j relating exclusively thereto sssu transterred and delivered to the om Department or Agency to nl !" ?J and ^< 0 T,W#V| Off. powers Section a. CONTINU,,. • % %  FFICES. DEPARTMENTS 0 I NCIES: Any office. %  *l'Y ,l r \'£L r l Agency provided for in hl VIM with a name, or with l"'' r S?Ssi ties the same or substantial') same as those of an office. '* menl or Agency "•'• %  "' ,ore „,. nu ,ien| shall he deemed to Is S ''•'" '""Vifl of such Office. Department or AS—. and shall exercise Its !>"*< %  *^*s ties In continuation of their s by the Office, Depart riant or by whkrh the same were nexerclsed snd shall h ave Pg3 ..ntinue any business, prweediny other mailer within ihe • £ regular powers and dunes ">" by any office, Department <*** m bj whl-h such |.o.;is •""',f r u u 5osl heretofore exercised. *%jffi33 sny Daw. Rule. Itegu'j'" "•',„!-a other dorumfi" ',,,.1 Min.rh exIstlniOfW Grant or any Ing to such a fOr Department or Ageni aa la not inconsistent slons of this Charter Office. Department vlded for b Section CONTRACTS PROV I prior ter, shall continue shall, soI-, with the t>2,| apply J J." r Agencf W \ y'thls ''harler gf > CONTINUANCt /i ATND PUVf,5i MOVEMENTS: All <-ontrs < J^rft. nto by the City, or '''•'',„!, fair: ,rlor to the t.klng effec M er. shall continue in fu effect. Public lmpmvein.ni • u legislative steps have bsea" ^j der taw or Otarter provlstonsj ^ at the time this I ""' r ,£o aa oft I may be carried to ^'"'^.nc. *| ly as practicable In accor j0, the provisions oj such e" ^1 and charter provisions, ss mu ,|js*l| pie. ss It relates to th% 0je tsl'l weterworks system, • ,er *l "An Act re-enacting <-"">,.. SpMclal Act. of "-; r 'f* fl "ACTIfl- Section S. MNO'^S. sclWlS I surplus, th.: u ,, shsM .p. AND PROCilD.NOS: No•nnual profit. bov. bond lSproosedlng, civil or criminal.



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tf, FEBRUARY 12, 19S4 +Jmlst> fhrkUan PAGE 15 B BGAL NOTICI „. when this Charter shall 11*-".? brlugh! by or against the ll'" n 'L,T (rfflre, Department or V* or o'Vi .' %  thereof hll be •Si.7l'Mtl by the adoption of "^ ,T..r or by anything herein n ,n continue not withI.... office. Department %  jKUrine >"^!uK!TS? NK* "'.f any ""*'•'. Department I*"''* ,„ otfir.-r party thereto RToVun'lei this Charter, be as% '!" r irm-frrred to another IMHIII'""' r Agency, but In %  iJ th one may be prosecut7 K) ,„:n, „. or Agency to ;'.11.11 fi" '""••• powers •"' ,l n ": f' ",„...„ .slgne %  tran.-fciic.l %  dei th('hart* ARTICLE XIII DEPARTMENT OF LAW „, (MTV ATTORNBTl AP•"' r ,,i\i \II:NT ,-ITV VTTORNEY: yi' UNIFICATIONS j ,-iTY \ ITORNEY; POW"' |KVXD I'I T1E8 4 M| NflPAL JUDGE; Al'I'olXTMENT -, MI \i. II'AL .li'DCK; OI'ALIFICATIONS c Ml SI'IPAL JUDGE: POW Kits AX" DUTUM leet-en 1. CITY ATTORNEY; APNTMENT: There .-hall lie a DcUm, Hi. head (.f Which Ulol ne\. who shall the I In Council. rKtio" 2 CITY ATTORNEY; %  AttflCATIONS: The City Attor%  ,i position .-hall %  ill.! a Mil 111%  ofllifH' Ja Har In good stnnd%  HM 3. CITY ATTORNEY: iWERS AND DUTIES: The City |..nvv shall be the legal adviser all office-. Department* and AgUa Mid '•' %  the Officers and Emit. ..( The I'liy nf North Miami Itlng In their official powI and dull.He shall represent the In all legal i lings. It shall [hi!duty to I--iform all services Kdent I" h.s position as may be lulred hy the Stal -. by this Char|, or by Ordlnani e. ction 4. MUNCIPAL JUDGE: IPOINTMENT: Theic shall be a Inh-iuul Juilge. whose appointment til be i! i Mayor. %  Action 5. MUNICIPAL JUDGE; %  ALIFICATIONS: The Municipal Tge -hall he a iluly. licensed and _• tirifiK attorney-at-law. and a Iniher of the Florida Har Ig good lading. lection 6. MUNICIPAL JUDGE: iWERS AND DUTIES: It shall be %  duty of the Municipal Judge to li i.: ML..f court, no! less than once LEGAL NOTICI every week, at such time and In such P. Uce l7 m y ** designated by the Council for the trial of all persons charged with violation of any of the Ordinances of the City, which trial shall be without jury. and. upon I, n vl. II, HI of B ui-h person or persons, to Impose upon him or them such penalty as may be provided by auch Ordinance. He shall have the Power to summon witnesses, lasue warrants of arrest upon affidavit duly filed, to administer oaths and to do all other acts SS! M fi? f'"i, l n .* P* rf ormance ,of his duty He shall also have the power t.i punish for contempt of court to the extent of a fine not exceeding five hundred (SCO*) dollars or imprisonment not exceeding sixty (60) days or both such fine and imprisonment The costs of ptosei ution in said court shall lie the sain.is are allowed t>\ law In Circuit Court, such costs being taxed against the person convicted and collected by the City Clerk, to be paid oyej by him to a City Depositary and placed t., th. credit of the Cltl of .North Miami Beach. ARTICLE XIV GENERAL PROVISIONS Section i. couti.ii ts extending beyond ODe > e.i I 2. Publicity of lie...ids 3. Personal Intel, --i 4. Official llonils t. oath of Office 6. Effect of this Charter on Existing IJIW 7. Amending the Charter 8. Suits and Claims agulnst the cits 9. MeperablUty clause Section 1. CONTRACTS EXTEND. TENDING BEYOND ONE YEAR: No contract Involving the payment of money out of the appropriations of more than one year shall be made for a period of more than five (:,) years: nor shall any such contract be valid unless made or approved by ordinance. Section 2. PUBLICITY OF RECORDS: All records and accounts of every Office, Department or Agency of the City shall be open to inspection by any cltlsen, any representative of a cltlsens' organisation, or any representative of the press, at all reasonable times and under reasonable regulations established by the Council, except records and documents the disclosure of which would tend to defeat the lawful purpose which they are Intended to accomplish. Section 3. PERSONAL INTEREST: No member of the Council or any Officer or Employee of the City shall have any financial Interest, direct or Indirect, or by reason of ownership of stock In any corporation, In any contract, or In the sale to the City or to a Contractor supplying the City, of any land or rights or Interests In any land, material, supplies or services. Any willful violation of this section LEGAL NOTICI LEGAL NOTICI aml" U n J v n '.\, ,te m ~nce In office, and any Officer or Employee of the SSUtTfif SHI? lh r ~ "h*H thereby" IH i r V. "S" or I'oi'tlon. Any violation of this Section with the know!edge, express or Implied, of the perJhS t M.v COr t 0 .? on '••"•tractlg* with l..?rti y i 'IS" "•" nd In such amount and with such surety as may be approved %  y the Council, The premiums on such bonds shall be paid bv the i 'itv Section 5. OATH OF OFFICE; Bvery officer of the City shall, before ente, in K upon the duties of his office, take and subscribe to th. following oath or affirmation, to l„. filed ClerkPt U e uttWu of ,l CltS %  i solemnly gwear (or affirm) that l will support the Constitution and win obey the Laws of the United States, and of the State ,,f Florida; that I will, in all respects, observe the provisions ..f the Chai ter and Ordinances % %  the City of North Miami Beach, and will faithfully discharge the dutlei of the Offl Section 6. EFFECT OF THIS CHARTER ON EXISTING LAW: la) All laws and partof laws relating to. i affecting the Cltj W North d. inn Beach in force when this Charts* shall take effect, are her.-bv repealed and superseded to the extent that the same are I nsiatent with th.provisions of this Charter; lb) Insofar as the provisions of this Charter are the same in terras or In substance ami effect as the iu-ovlaions of the law in force wiieJT this Charter shall take effect, relating to or affecting the City of North Miami Beach, the provisions of this Charter are Intended to be not a new enactment, but a iontlnu.itii.il of such provisions of law, and this Charter shall be so construed and applied. Section 7. AMENDING THE CHAR. TER: Amendments to this Charter may be rramed and submitted to the electors of the City by a Charter Commission In the manner provided by law for framing and submitting a new Charter. Amendments may also be proposed ami submitted by Ordinance passed by a vote of the majority of the members of the Cltv Council, or by a petition signed by not less than ten per centum (10%) of the qualified electors of the City, setting forth any proposed amendments anil filed with the City Clerk In accordance with the provisions of Section J of Article IX of this Charter, whereupon the Council shall forthwith provide by ordinance for submitting such proposed amendment to vote of the eletors. Any Ordinance for submitting a Charter Amendment to the electors shall provide that such Amendment be submitted at the next regular municipal election, If one shall occur not less than sixty (0), nor more than one hundred twenty (120) days after the passage of the Ordinance, otherwise, it shall provide for the submission of the Amendment at a special election to be called and held within the time aforesaid. Not less than thirty (30| days prior to such election the illy Clerk shall mail a copy of the propose* Amendment to each elector whose name appeals upon the registration books of the last regular municipal or general election. If a proposed aiiieniinienl be approved by a majority of the electors voting thereon, It shall beoosne a part of the en.iii.-r at the time fixed therein. Section 8. SUITS AND CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY: No suit shall be in.imt.line,i agalnai the City for damage! arising put of a failure to keep III plop, i condition any sidewalk, pavement, viaduct, bridge. stie.t. or other public place, or lot any tort, unless it shall \„made t" appear thai the damage alleged i attributable to negligence of the City. and that written notice of sin h dan age was, within thirty (JO) daya after the leieiving of the illjlltv IIIII d, given to the City A n cy with such reasonable specification as to the time ami place ami witnesses as would enable the Clt) official.tO Invi the matter, and no verdict shall In any suit be given for an amount exceeding compensated damages to the plaintiff direct!) applicable to such negligence on the part of the City, and contributory negligence on the part of the plaintiff shall defeat all recovery against the City, it shall be the duty of the City Attorney, upon receiving any such notice, to at once investigate th. matter and lay the fads, supported by the evidence, before the Cltj Council In a written report, and the City Council shall have the right, and. ujs,n the written request of the person injured, it shall be the duty of the City Council to Investigate the matter and It may, by resolution, make such reasonable settlement of damage as may be agreed upon between the City Council and the person so damaged. No suit shall be maintained against the City upon any debt or obligation or damages arising In any manner whatsiwver unless such suit shall be begun within one (I) year after default of such debt or obligation, or the occurrence of the acts out of which It Is claimed such damages arose, nor unless within thirty (30) days after such claim shall arise, there shall be filed with the Clerk of the City a notice under oath, setting forth every element of such claim, and attaching copies of any documents which may form the basis of any claim, but in no event shall suit be LEGAL NOTICE begun against the City prior ts ninety (90) days after the filing of such claims and notice of claims with the City 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 holding shall not affect the remainder of this charter nor the context In which such section or part of section so held Invalid may appear, except to the extent that an entire section or part of section may be Inseparably connected in meaning and effect with the section or part of section to which such holding shall directly apply. 'Phis draft, representing the revised oharter of the city of North Miami Beach, Florida. Is hereby adopted by unanimous vote of the duly const ituted Cltj ot North Miami Beach Charter Revision Hoard on this the hili day ot i lecember, 1953. I*I V. s Davidson, Chairman /s/ Wflllam C. llanford. Member /s/ Edmund A Creelman ( Member /s/ Clyde \'<. Haas, Member U^l Frances Robinson, Member Notice Is hereby given that a spec-la! .lection will !„• held in the City of .North Miami Reach, Florida.'from 7 o'clock AM until 7 o'clock P.M. on Monday, l-'ebruary la, 1954 for the purpo e e: SHALL THE PROPOSED REVISED CHARTER I >K THE CITY I IP Nl iKTIC MIAMI BEACH, PREPARED BY THE CHARTER REVISION HoAltli I'l-RSCAXT TO THE STATITES OF" THE STATE "K PL.ORIDA NOW IN EXISTENCE, TO WIT CHAPTER I6H OF" TlIK F'MiRIDA STATUTES, WHICH CHARTER REVISES THF2 PRESENT rilAHTKH OP THE CITY OF' XORTH MIAMI BEACH AND PROVIDES FOR TlIK Jl'RISDICTION AND POWERS OF' SAID CITY. IIF: APPROVED AND AliolTF'.l) OR IDSAII'KOVED AXD NOT ADOPTF:I> APPROVED DISAPPROVED Jan. li, 22, 29, Feb. 5. 12, 1954 The registration books of the said City will remain open for the purpose of registering any person qualified to vote at such election at the office of the City Clerk In the City of North Miami Beach, Florida. every day through January It, 1954. Saturdays. Sundays and Holidays excepted. during the business hours of the City Hall, which are 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Persons properly registered will be qualified to vote in said election. Signed VIRGINIA MOORE. City Clerk Jan. 15, 22. 29. Feb. 5, 12, ISM JUDGE NORMAN R. LYONS, Atty. i'harter Revision Hoard City of North Miami Reach LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BV PUBLICATION I THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I0RI0A IN AND FOR DADE lUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 16035 %  esMa ROU.IXD, Plaintiff, I Vs. iTiiri: Roi.i.ixn, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Arthur Itollind M.uli-en. 11, nrgia oil sre btreb) notified that a IIMI complaint fot invoice has beea I I Hid you ate requir! 'Of your Answer or TMHaj lo the Kill of Complaint on Itorney, WAL-TF.'R E xs I'lnldlng, 46 N W Miami, Florida, and file riglnsl Answei or Pleading In of the Clerk of the Circuit \ < before 'he fourth day"of l to do s„. judg•fault "ill be taken against ruled la E Kin %  be published once Tin.' leu',' %  ',"' ""secutlve week h vv vV HI %  •'>R1DIAN. M "ltHF:RED at Miami. %  : February. AD £ I' I.KATIIKKMAN, Circuit Court. e County, F'lorlda M \\. STiK'KIXi., > % %  •!• Deputy Clerk 1 [NOTICE UNDF.R FICTITIOUS lnTli-f i NAME LAW i' .,,.,''' 'Jf' n '" engage in %  T'iV's %  ? •'.,.'• .'• %  'itlotis name of |: V : '. ; ^ '-M-OX. IXC at |"h. M„;,. tvenue. Miami I 1 with ,?,; '".", "' %  '• %  Kister said fta) ray* 58 ]*JWARBT A l %  ERHACH re fcl nt KoaVinc! P WJ %  Baauty |2-IS — ir. r TICE XZSF F 'CT.T.OUS ["M^Jn,.,! 11 ;;' 1 '^^ OIVFCN that fV^i^SSfr'a 5 %  Ml r|. ,' l;vx '< i. I ,'V u;s I S-l-'.p, • fh'the",'-,',",'!',',''' Blfter' sa'l'd name '' „ ir.uit ( our of A 'I:;VK', aRUDtrjBI l^l^ffiBW >R.DA ,T *'-'.1.1 Ks V,',. c C „ E OP IN-rVkt-r!^ "•'eased APp Uc^, T 0 E N N ;^N TO MAKE t"TltT,. D ,Sc HARQ E FINAL K,T' "T '"' have i and petition for \t i i '"'""'"' %  'itrlx of th, %  "' %  .? '•t'lI.s-o.N, ," n he ZtHl dav .if .-.•I'l-J •••IheMon N* ?'""l'l I I'' "irld. for C".. rt "h, r „ f '"" %  leport and for fc A.':!C J K*T'? H ^P LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 165681 aWBNDOL.TN DAVIES STORCH. Plaintiff, vs. HERALD OLXNN sTTORCH. Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: (1ERAI.D 01/BNN STORi'll 7*W0 lii-m Road Indian Hill. Cincinnati, Ohio You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been field against you. and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Hill of Complaint on Plaintiff's attorney, and file the original Answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 22nd day of February, 19.'>4. Otherwise, the allegations of said Rill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Dated this 2th day of January, 1954. F: I!. LEA THERM AN, chi k of In uit Court By: R. H. RICK. JR.. (seal) Deputy Clerk (seal) (iKtmtlE J. TAI.IANoKI'. ESQ. Attorney for I'laintiff U'o Uncoln Road, Miami Reach. Fla. 1/22-29 — 2/:. -1 J IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 16569 AUDREY II BHUTTBRLY, Plaintiff NEVILLE M SHCTTERLY. I). f>-ndant NOTICE TO APPEAR To: Neville If. .x'huiterly. c o General Delivery, South Port, North Carolina Yo.i are hereby notified that a Bill Of I'omplalnt for Divorce has been filed agulnst you. anil you are required to serve a copy of your Answer of other pleading to the Bill of Complaint on Plaintiff's attorney, SHF:i.DOX N. LKI.CIUK. 703 Seybold Building, Miami 32, Florida, and file the original Answer or pleading in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for Dade County. Florida, on or before the Mh day of March, 1954: otherwise, the allnpTiitlnns of the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. DATED this 29th day of January. 1954. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court By WM. W STOCKING, Deputy Clerk 2/.-|-l2-l-2 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 51429 Notice is hereby given that Jules I'cii Im.in. holder of City of Miami Tax Sale Certificate Numbered 7M. dated the 4th day of June. A.D. 1951. has filed said Certificate In my office, and haa made application for tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance with law Said Certificate embraces the following described property, situated In Dade County, Florida, lo-wll: Ix.l l. Less West HI feet. I !k I, Clayton Heights Plat Hook 21. I'aae 10. In the City of Miami, County ,,f |md*, state of Florida, The assessment of said proiierly under the Certificate issued was In the name of I'nknown. t'nless said Certificate shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the 10th day of March, A.D. 1954. Dated this 1st day of February, A.D. 1954. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida By N C. 8TERRETT. DC. Circuit Court Seal t/t-12-U-M — *7 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HF:KF:HY GIVEN that the undet signed, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of AEROTEU at 4471 NW 36th Street. Miami Springs. F'la., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. AERDTEL CORPORATION Sole owners RICHARD & MIROI-'F. Atty*. Attorneys for Applicants RO.'i Lincoln Road */5-12-19-26 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE P LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF LORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 165627 SHELDON MOED, Plaintiff vs. LORETTA SANDRA MOF:D. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: LORETTA SANDRA MOICD C/o The Hillside 7559 ttJSrd Street Helio-. Long Island, N.T. You ate hereby notified that a Rill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and .w>u .ire required to serve a copy of your Answer or pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. BEN KSSEN. 9Z3 s.ybold Building. MlAml. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk iT the Circuit Court on or liefore the L'l'nd day of F'ebruary, 1954. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 18th day of January, A.D. 1954. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida. By WM. W. STOCKING. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk. REN ESSEN. ESQ. 23 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida 1/22-29 — 2/5-12 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. HBggg PAC1JNE KIDEREIt. Plaintiff, vs. DANIEL FIDKRFCR. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To: HANIEL F'll'I'.ltEK. 54 Canal Street. New York, N V % %  TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you lire leipiired to serve a copy of your Answer on the plaintiffs attorney. EMAXCKI. BPONDER 311 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Florida, and file the original Answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before the M|h day el February, 1964. 01 the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will lie taken u mfi ed |X)NB AND ORDERED, a! Miami. Florida, this 27th day of January. I'.'.t. I-;, li. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Coin!. 1 lade County, Hoi "I > Bv V B Mi' LAREN, Deputy Clerk 1/29 — 2/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUg NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HECTOR'S BAR. at 721 N.F2. 1st Avenue, Miami. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RALPH ST. JOHN KE88LER A GARB Attorneys for Applicant 17U W. Racier Bt. 1/29 l/-U!-U LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 165779 MARY CAIRO, Plaintiff, VINCENT CAIRO. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE You, VINCENT CAIRO. 109-32 ln.'.th St S. Ogpne I'ark, l/mg Island. New York: are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. nnd you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill Of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. CLAUDE M. BARNES, 223 F:. Flagler St. Miami, Fla., and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2nd day of March, 1954. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THK JF:\VISH F'I.ORI I '1 AN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this?tttk day of January, A.D. I!t."i4. F:. B. I.KATIIKKMAN, cievk. Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida. By V. H. MacLAREN, (Circuit Court Sea 11 Deputy Clerk CLAl'DE M. BARNES Attorney for I'laintiff 1/29 — 2/.1-I2-19 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL OIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 165692 HELEN 1>. tioL'LD. Plaintiff vs. (iI-:<)RGE P. GOULD, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: COI. GEORGE P OOULD 1305 30th Street N. W. Washington. I). C YOU ARE HERF7RY XOTIF'IEH that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has la-en filed against you in the above entitled cause anil you are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Hill of Complaint on the Plalntirrs attorneys, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of Uie Circuit Court on or before the 22nd day of F'ebruary, 1954. otherwise a Decree Pro t'onfesso will be entered against you. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THK JEWISH F'LolllDIAN. listed at Miami. Florida, this 20th day of January, 19.'i!. K It LEATHERMAN Clerk. Circuit Com t By: WM. W. STOCKINQ Deputy Clerk PALI-OTT. SILVER A Ml I.I.OY Attorneys for Plaintiff 701 Congress Building, Miami. Florida 1/22-29 — • LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BLACK ORCHID ROOM, at 1*01 ftth Street Causeway, North Bay Village, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk nf the Circuit Court of Dade Count*. Florida. EDWARD P. BltO"KS JOSEPH STAB1N8KY 1 29 — 2.'-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SUPREME BEAUTY PARLOR, at 27 S K 1st AM, Miami. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. BDYTHE COHN 1 tf.ej 2'5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage III business under the fictitious name of WIEDER WINK CO., at 3521 NW. 1th street. Miami, intends to register paid name With the Clelk Of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SAMUEL WIEDER Mi ILLY WIEDER BERNARD WIEDER Attorney for Applicants 311 Lincoln Rd. I Jt-tJ — 2/5-12 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 165609 PREDRIC H. BTANOE, Plaintiff, JAM: .IANVIKR WARD STAXGK. I lefendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: JANE JAXVIFHt WARD STAXGE IM West 57th Street New York. New York YOU ARF: HKRKHY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce lias been filed against you. and yon are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint on Plaintiff's attorney, and file the original Answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before the 22nd day of February, 1954; otherwise, the allegations of raid Rill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Dated this 18th day of January, 1954. K. It. I.KATIIKKMAN. clerk of the Circuit Court By: R. H KICK. JR. Deputy Clerk (seal) GEORGE J. TALIANOF'F', ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff !:'i> Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla. I tt-t — 2'6-12 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at 2-4.166



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PAGE 18 B + ielsHhrl(ttorL Rabbi Porush is Miami Visitor Rubbi Menaehem Poru>h. of Jerusalem, noted Israeli author and editor of religious periodicals, who has just arrived in the United States, will visit Miami this week for a series of lectures on latest developments in education in Israel. As director of the independent Torah schools in the Jewish State. Rabbi Porush will render a report on the vast network of orthodox schools caring for 26.000 pupils in 30 far-flung areas there During his Miami visit. Rabbi Porush will meet with spiritual am communal leaders, besides appearing at public. He is a descendant of the seventh generation of pion eers for religious education in Israel. %  JgH^FEBRUARY 12 A pep rally of apartment house owners, managers and lessees found this group pledging 100 percent participation in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Seated (left to right) are Euaene Weiss Daniel M. Broad, chairman, Alfred A. Lesser, chairman Miami Beach Apartment House Association. Mrs. Tillie Schwartz, Irving Schatzman, division eo-chairman. and Meyer Teiqman. Standing (left to right) are I. Edward Dill, executive director of the Miami Beach Apartment House Association, Max Sul ken, Al OeherofJ, Slgmund Schermer, Joseph Rosenkrantz. Joseph Propper. Harry Levine. Samuel Vogel a nd Charlea Stuiman. Rubin Heads Committee To Increase Voting l t Xhe Miami Janu.r ,h d mJ Commerce has launched ^ Paijfn to increase the numh registered voters in Dade Cn J from 278,200 .„ ;wo.ooo'T by April 3rd A Regi, ter V Committee has been foS headed by Ellis S. R„ST attorney. Rubin said he plans to com 1 political and civic or*nuJ£| this area to ask their help? 1 taming this goal Me „,, Democrats and Republicans hi forces to get all eligibleregistered in the April pri "Statistics reveal that since] the number of registered voter Dade County has decreased 11 instead of increasing and kei pace with our growing popuh which it is estimated wil 1,000,000 or more by i960 %  aid. "Alumni" Meeting Slated Kibya Repudiation Not At Red Cross Chapter Understood in Near East Rabbi Menachem Porush 7,681 Persons Are Helped Members of the District No. 9 Welfare Hoard of the State Depart menl ol Public Welfare approved assistance to a total ol 7.68 persons during the niunth of January 1954. italing S362.927, according to Harry Zukernick. chairman of the | Board, District No. 9 includes Dade and Monroe Counties. Of thi> nuni ber, 7.065 recipients live in Dade County and their assistance grants total S335.S97 50 First ever staged in Red Cross history, an "alumni" meeting of all local mothers and fathers who've attended the lied Cross Mother and Bab) Care classes here will be held at the chapter building from 2 to 4 p.m. on Sunday. February 14th. According to MrH. H. Harden. lied Cross chairman tor Nursing Services, the unique feature of the meeting "isn't so much that the latherand mothers will attend but that they will bring with them the actual babies they were anticipating when Ihej took the Red Cross instruction To Review Kinsey Report The Greater Miami Chapter of ORT will meet on Wednesday, February 10th, 8.15 p.m., at the Shelborne Hotel. Rev Joseph Bart will review the Kinsej Report, VVTVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHEDULE Friday thru Monday 'Feb. 12 -15) MORNING FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY 7:00 7:15 7:30 7:45 Today I %  t Pal Mm 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:45 kf film 9:00 9:15 9:30 9:45 1 linl I long Si I. Strike it n )1 T tale, H'dr'me l>. I u S T.--i Pal Mut Ed McConi -• n R h lor'* Study 10:00 TliI.mlShTi 10:15 Valiant Lady 10:30 Diane Luca* 10:45 Huiiei I'll Cant, Midnight Lamp L'nto i'i Look l"p, 11:00' 11:15 11:30 11:45 Del Ruabo Menu Magic %  Patrol Johnnj The l.i.Snow \ %  am Lady lndu*ti i Ih'l \! \ Pal .i.lConlinoed from Page 1 B his protest to produce results at the Security Council. I do not. Two years of benign official blind ness and deafness where the Canal and Israel are concerned is enough to convince me that nothing explosive will happen now to alter the intolerable situation. At this point, while the spirit of peace on earth and goodwill to all men is still pervading the air. it might be a good idea to put two and two together and contemplate the result: in all the vast territory of the Near East, only one tiny state is visibly eager for the brotherhood of man and the | comity of nations — Israel. Strange as it may seem — Israel alone, in a small, clear voice, has j asked for peace. Asked for it in many trays. And has been rebuffed Perhaps, with the New Year of 1954 a set of new resolutions will be passed at the UN and one of them may have to do with peace in the Holy Land. Perhaps, Malmut to be Honored Pioneer Women, Club No. 2, will honor William Malmut on his 80th birthday Monday evening, February 15th. 8 p.m., at Kneseth Israel Congregation. Mrs. Malmut is treasurer of Club No. 2. according to Mis Ida Powell, president. MIAMI IEACH 1104 Lineal* U. Pk. 5-3112 ?& SUVSM '• IMinl c&m CUSTOM MllMJNC 1104 LINCOLN MM Miami Btoth •473 HARDING AVENUt SwrfsMt NAItl D A S HEM 30fft Yw en Miani lead (complete and JbepencJal/e o7i/le Setoke M IAMI TITLt & QJystmctCa 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANC Title htieroace Peliciei of Kania City Title Insurance Ce. CapfteJ, Surplus A Reservei fxctesf $3,000,000 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE HI II M II !! I I'lnlThe L :•• T,. I:,. Anne. itiii> n ii What'* Ti Magic 12:00 I've ';••! 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Line Studio onr 11:00 11:15 11:30 11:45' Newaj Weather Topper World Premiere Medal Theater 12:00 12:15 12:90 12:46, Sign Off i ..II Hollenhacti Mi Mrs, North Burn nf News-Wether %  tan B'd Badge s.n. .N in Feat. •I'll •• Vagabo 8lgn Off II II H II II OPEN YOUR DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS ACCOUNT .. WHERE THOUSANDS ARE NOW SAVING MILLIONS. DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS Accounts are INSURED to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, and NOW EARN liberal dividends twice a year for you at the current rate of 3% per annum. Whether you ore planning to build, buy, refinance or vvoof fo remodel your present home, stop in and discuss modern home financing with us. There's no obligation. Dade Federal JOSEPH M. UPTON, rWW 3 Convenient Office* to Servo You ALLAPATTAH BRANCH '4M N.W. 3,h S ? r H MAIN OFFICE 45 N.E. First Avenue TAMIAMI BRANCH 1*01 S.W. t" Street Resources Exceed 52 Million Dollars Reserves Exceed 3K Million Dollars


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Miami, Fla
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February 12, 1954

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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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l^wiisltUEIIiDiriidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and tHEJEWftfWEHttY
HUME28 Number 7
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 12. 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
rs. Roosevelt To Appear Here Thursday Eve
[Rabbi Miller
Speak at
JGM Function
libbi Irving Miner, president of
[Zionist Organization of Amer-
iind one of the country's bcst-
nrn Jewi>h li aderm, will be prin-
Ispeaker ;ii the General Mobil-
on rally of the Combined Jew-
I Appeal on Thursday, February
Rh.
Miller will share the plat-
i with Mr-- Eleanor Roosevelt
ikelp launch the Combined Jew-
i Appeal throughout Dade Coun-
r at the kick>>ff meeting in the Di
i Hotel.
Campaign chairman Aaron M.
er has announced that Rabbi
filler will describe his recent trip
i Israel when he participated in
lant discu sions with Israel's
leadership In their confer-
they appraised the young
1*1 immediate problems in the
ot* housinu. border tensions
relief and medical programs
br the tin I newcomers to
i infant di n icy.
Dipiitanc- from the Greater Mi-
area in the fields of govern-
ent. religion, welfare'and educa-
will act as a reception com-
ee to welcome Rabbi Miller
bnd Mrs. Roosevi it and to express
Will Set Stage for CJA
General Mobilization
Mrl. Eleanor Roosevelt
An all time peak of community
excitement will be'reached Thurs-
day evening, February 18th, 8:15
p.m., with the appearance on the
same program of Mrs. Eleanor
Roosevelt and Rabbi Irving Miller
at the General Mobilization kickoff
of the Combined Jewish Appeal.
The two personalities one de-
voted to the quest for world peace
and the other, to the vision of a
strong and healthy Israel will
help set the stage for the opening
of the CJA community drive in
his division.
The big rally at the Di Lido Ho-
tel is expected to attract a capacity
audience in the Cotillion Room,
which accommodates 1,000 persons.
Some tickets are still available at
the offices of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, it was announc-
ed this week.
February 18th through 25th will
nark the opening o; CJA Week, a
>eriod set by official proclamation
>f 20 mayors in the Dade County
rea. They have urged everyone
o participate generously in "the
one united drive, which serves 54
vital causes".
Carl Welnklc. president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
will head a committee of local dig-
nitaries to greet Mrs. Roosevelt
and Rabbi Miller at the rally.
General campaign chairman Aar-
on M. Kanner will outline General
Mobilization plans for soliciting all
Jewish families in the nine areas
of Dade County. He will also an-
nounce division quotas assigned to
major campaign units.
The 1954 campaign goal is
$1,491,806. which represents the
requirements of a host of over-
seas, national and Greater Miami
acencies which serve this commu-
nity.
Much has been written about
Mrs. Roosevelt, guest of honor at
1,500 Volunteers Expected to
Take Part in Area Campaign
[*
oboi Irving Miller
|Kmunitys appreciation for
lent/?Selfl-h ***** to the
lET m",U "f ,hc 1954 Com-
pried jew^h Appeal.
iWSMi"*'r is a no,ed PulPil
" en w':;"""kr -PP~ri.il fre-
hram such ""tionwide pro-
FtaS A,l' m,,works' Messae
IspintuaT "V P^,'Sen, hc is ,hc
K Sk. f 'Srael' w^niere.
\^ZttAh'nm9ot**bbi
h^n, J\':; ',,under an< --st
cnmss p '' AmrtCM Jewish
VSSL 'Miller was ,ne
US 'h01ce "f Congress
la lelegaJ^ ,1 accessor. He was
|of theV* [;; h- fading session
\ntC T '" ''^cutive com-
I^S1"^'!., Rabbi Mil-
I" Jttj5rtry8eMral 0( the
'nsmanvmm "u;r,'ss' undertak-
k> Wm '' threatened
l^'i',ir';''n;(<'^oStora-
."%,: ;'; <. Rabbi
""ember of the National
^"niiod on P^. dA
Greater Miami Jewry is poised
to launch their "biggest, far-reach-
ing philanthropic effort in commu-
nity-history" 'o meet the needs of
54 world-wide agencies.
A gigantic rally on Thursday eve-
ning, February 18th, at the Di Lido
Hotel will mark the official kick-
off of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal General Mobilization Divi-nm,
in which some 1.500 volunteer
workers are expected to partici-
pate, according to Fred K. Shochet,
GM chairman.
Community phase of the humani-
tarian drive will be conducted by
nine major area chairmen. They
will direct the energies of a vast
outpouring of workers assigned to
cover every section of Dade Coun-
ty, Shochet explained.
Selected as co-chairmen to lead
the huge General Mobilization
drive are Mrs. Irene Becker and
Mrs. William Kneapler. Hialeah;'
Stanley C. Myers. Coral Gables;;
Irving Lax, Flagler-Granada; Mrs. j
Fred Blank. North Dade; Louis
Wallace and Jacob Plitt, North Mi-
ami Beach; George Chertkof, Mi-
ami; George J. Talianoff, Miami
Beach; Sidney Peckett, South Mi
ami Homestead; and Nelson S.
Chaplin, West Miami.
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt and Rab-
bi Irving Miller will occupy the
spotlight at the February 18th
event. "I am sure that this inspira
tional meeting, coming as it does
i when we dedicate ourselves to the
Bi-Partisan
Move to Halt
Sending Arms
WASHINGTON (JTA) A bi-
partisan move was launched In
Congress last weekend for a peti-
tion from members of both Houses
to the State Department asking it
to halt any proposed shipment of
arms to Saudi Arabia, it was learn
ed here.
The petition is expected to cite
the recent demand by King Saud
of Saudi Arabia that the Arab
states undertake to wipe out Israel.
even to the extent of sacrificing
10,000.000 Arab lives.
Loula Lipsky, president of the
American Zionist Council, confer
red here for an hour with Henry
A. Byroade, Assistant Secretary of
State for Middle Eastern Affairs.
Mr. Lipsky told Mwamen the talks
ranged over "the general situation
in the-Middle East." He was ac-
Continuod on Page '$ A
success of the 1954 campaign, will
instill our volunteers with the will,
devotion and vitality to surpass all
*9*^"
previous records established by
the community division." said Kan
ner.
He pointed out that the 1954
goal of $1,491,806 was "the real-
istic, rock-bottom figure required
to maintain the CJA's 54 benefici
ary agencies, and urged everyone
to heed the battle-cry of this year's
campaign. Give More In '54.
President of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. Carl Weinkle.
called the CJA drive "first priority
of your philanthropic giving" and
predicted an upswing in contribu-
tions by this area's 60,000 Jews.
"This critical campaign is a test
of Greater Miami's philanthropic
maturity,"' said Weinkle. as he out-
lined the current drama unfolding
in Israel and in our own commu-
nity.
"There are still dramatic needs
to be met right here in Miami, as
well as in Israel, in the Middle
East and in Europe. And these
needs will continue so long as we
have aspirations for ourselves and
for our fellow Jews, so long as
there are needy and sick.
"And drama continues in Israel,
too, where the state is revitalizing
humans no other nation wanted
and restoring them to active, use-
ful lives."
Calling for greater understand-
ing of the challenge facing the com-
munity in the 1954 campaign.
Shochet said: "Let us recognize
our obligations here at home, to
America, to our people in Europe
and North Africa, to Israel, to hu-
manity generally, as truly depend-
ent one upon the other. Let us
build, with understanding and
pride, a stronger self respecting
American Jewry. Let us meet our
obligation to our children and
youth, to our sick, to our aged, on
a level of decency and dignity.
"Let us bring to the survivors
Continued on Pago 6 A
Acron Konner
the February 18th meeting. On
December 19. 1945. she was ap-
pointed by former President Tru-
man to the United States delega-
tion at the L'N General Assembly.
In 1946, she was unanimously
elected chairman of the Commis-
sion on Human Rights of UNESCO.
When she left for her first UN
meeting, Mrs. Roosevelt wrote in
My Day:
"Some things I can take to the
first meeting a sincere desire
to understand the problems of the
rest of the world and our rela-
tionship to them; a real good will
for all the peoples throughout the
world; a hope that I shall be able
to build a sense of personal trust
and friendship with my co-work-
ers, for without that type of under-
standing our work would be doub-
ly difficult."
Readers of My Day have been
able to follow the progress of the
drafting of the Universal Declara-
tion of Human Rights. Mrs. Roose-
velt has proposed that the declara-
tion emphasize "personal rights,
such as freedom of speech, infor-
mation, religion and rights of
property; procedural rights, such
as safeguards for persons accused
of crime; social rights, such as the
right to employment and social
security and the right to enjoy
minimum standards of economic,
social and cultural well-being; po-
litical rights, such as the right to
citizenship and the right of citizens
to participate in their govern-
ment Mrs Roosevelt was chair-
man of the H iman Rights Commi---
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FRIDAY. FEBRTlAnv ,.I
Suez Issue May Put UN Into Doldrums
By JTA
UNITED NATIONSThe open-
ing of Security Council considers
tion of Israel's complaint against
Egypt over its blockade of Israeli-
bound shipping -flSe j^bpptisj
week to predicfijBJpif'l N obsi r\
its that hamHmjf of this i-mv
WOllld set a new Council record for
procrastination and delay.
When Council President L
Knox Munro rapped his gavel last
Thursday afternoon and summoned
the Council into session, he gave
J
Arabs far more of a victory than "on requested *.submit i sup-
they had had any hopes ol achieve- porting ~dun. The Sovlel
lng: and established condiUons Lnioo and Nationalist China, how
which may plague the Council ever, stronglj support* the u
9'ntfA
throughout its entire effort to set- banese move.
tie the blockade issue jejs** (Henry
r. -si in vi in the
was the surprise fiiin '" '
plaint by Egypt chargi I
with armistice \ iolations in the El
Auja demilitarized i mi
a consideration bj h
Council Thi complaint
made to the Council last <><
! ut the "urgency" did not ai
the signal for a procedural wrangle until less than 24 hours before th Denmark announced it would at
eiusidjf < f T2>' 9nvi '"'"
the Wreiula. nut 1 !na" the items
should be dealt with in turn and
not tog Iht r with the two Israeli
items i. Ilowed by a third contain-
e Egyptian complaint.
The United states position was
supported by Brazil and Colombii
that indicated progress in this case
at a rate that would make the
Council's interminable 16-week de-
lay on the Bnot Yaakov dispute
seem like a whirlwind.
For two and a half hours Thurs-
day, the representatives of the 11
nations members of the Council
wrangled, scolded and orated on
the question of the agenda for the
day. And when they had ended
their wrangle and adopted their
agenda, they discovered that it
was too late to proceed to "sub-
stantive'' matters and adjourned.
Arab Strategy
The Arabs, sparked by the wily
Dr. Charles Malik of Lebanon a
past master of diplomatic double
talk, had been expected to do their
utmost to stall for time and delay
action by the Council. It had been
assumed that Bey would be aided
in large part by the apparent re-
luctance of Britain and the I I
States to force the issue and embar-
rass Egypt at tin- time Britain
because oi her own critical negoti-
ations with Egypt and the I nited
State- tx c iuse it did not want to
take an anti-Arab position at a
tune when the State Department
was trying so hard to woo I
tians.
The end ol the wrangle came
when the United States proposed a
"compromise" which gave the
scheduled hearing "i the I
blockade charges. The Egypti in
deli jate asked that this complaint
be placed on the same agenda as
th<' Israeli complaint against Egypt
Among the violation-'' claimed
by Egypt were the entrance oi l
raeli armed lone- into the demili-
tarized zone and establishment by
l-rael of settlements in the demili-
tarized zone.
The i.-rael delegation, in a letter
to the presidi nt of the Council, of-
fered information on the Egyptian
complaint "which the Egyptian
delegation in its diversionary
maneuver has distorted or sup
pressed This pointed out that the
Israeli-Egyptian .Mixed Armistice
Commission had alreadj rejected
the Egyptian complaint over estab-
lishment "i an Israeli village in
the El Auja district
Simultaneous Discussion
When the Council met and con-
sidered its agenda. Mr
. ht inclusion of the Egyptian
item so that the two different as
pen. of the Palestine Questi in
would be considered simultan-
eously.
li'. move was strong!) opi
' j Britain and France, with the
former proposing that the Israeli
complaint be adopted at th< ..
with the Egyptian complaint
sub-item and the Egyptian delega-
on the United state- proposal
France a-keil for guarantees pre
venting simultaneous consideration
of the two items if both were to
appear on the agenda ol each
meeting. The French delegate
warned that to "confuse" the two
items would be contrary to the tra-
dition of the Security Council.
l'he question of guarantees
evoked a blast from Andrei V. Vi-
shinsky, Soviet delegate, who
charged that "special rules of pro-
ci dure" were being sought for the
Palestine question, President Mun-
ro -aid he did not know if he had
the power to give guarantees, but
should the American proposal be
adopted, be would keep discussion
to the point of the agenda and
would call any speaker to order
vv ho went beyond the "bound- of
relevance,'
The American proposal was ear-
ned after the Lebanese move had
been withdrawn in its favor and
the Council adjourned without
even haviiie. heard a statement of
the Israeli complaint against Egypt.'
But lurther discussion on the a i n
da was expected before Israel Am-
bassador Abba Eba was permitted
to present hi- 10,000-word indict-
ment of Egypt. The Danish dele-
gate noted that although he had ab-
stained from voting on inclusion of
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Herbert Silver ha- been appoint-
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Silver is a graduate of the Mary-
land State Teachers College at
Towson, where he received his
teaching certificate. After teaching
in Baltimore public schools, he at-
tended the University of Maryland.
where he matriculated lur the
Bachelor of Science degree^i Edu-i
cation. He wa- granted the degree
of Mater of Education by lhe ( in
versity of Miami and specialized in
the field of administration and su-
pervision.
Released to inactive duty as a
lieutenant senior grade, Silver
served in the United state- Naval
Reserve for four years. He was
executive officer aboard the USS
Current and was commended for
operations in the Pacific Theatre.
Upon returning from war serv-
ice. Silver joined the Dade County
Public School System with which
he has been associated for the past
eight years. In 1948. he held a
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the School of Education faculty of
the University of Miami where he
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Community National Bank
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Vic* President
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C L. Clements, Jr.
OFFICERS
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C. I. CLEMENTS J. I MacCALLUM
Assistant Vic* President
President
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DIRECTORS
Dan B. Ruskin
Walter E. Schorl
Harold A. Stein
George B. Storer
August Geiger
Robert C Graham
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Friday, February 12,
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During The Week ...a*
By LEO MINDLIN
I Se
e
GM Mobilization Means You
SITTING BEHIND MY DESK DAY after day I am ro f
954 a view of life which emerges from the pattern of exiM.-n'r" ed|
Number 71 constant flow of news reports and public relations "pressu?,,.*"
The pattern is at first almost indistinguishable from th "
which it comes forth. But it makes itself apparent as arpT ""
ine insistence. It emphasizes that it is worthwhile that" '
be observed with scrutinizing eyes, ft has little to do with th "
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt will be guest of honor
at a kickoff rally of the Combined Jewish Ap-
% peal's General Mobilization on Thursday eve-
ning in the Di Lido Hotel.
CJA leaders here are to be commended for
inviting Mrs. Roosevelt to the function. The GM
campaign symbolizes Greatei Miami's mass
effort to aid Israel, a whole host of national
organizations whose significance to the Jewish
community at large has been demonstrated
time and time again and six local agencies
serving the area's many needs.
Such a broad program of assistance in which
residents here will participate should receive
a splendid kickoff, indeed, with the personality
of Mrs. Roosevelt sparking the occasion. In ad-
dition to the fact that she represents for most
of us one of the very progressive eras in the
history of our nation, having been First Lady
at the White House for some sixteen years dur-
ing her late husband's New Deal Administra-
tion, the guest of honor at the Thursday affair
is also a noted world traveler, lecturer and
author.
Mrs. Roosevelt's recent tour through the Near
East makes her especially qualified to relate
to us Israel's position in that critical area of the
globe. Those who have heaid her speak on
this subject before know that she will bring to
th3 CJA volunteers a message that is both in-
spiring and enlightening.
Having served as UN delegate from the
United States, Mrs. Roosevelt will also place
into proper perspective the Jewish State's role
with regard to the world at large -aspects of
peace end understanding and international
trade.
Appearing as principal speaker at the GM
I ;il'si mli.i. i ..ssim-iM
Last week in these columns we had occasion
to wonder about Britain's sudden support of
the Israeli position on the Egyptian blockade in
the Suez Canal area. It seemed apparent to us
then that London favored the Jewish State's
condemnation of Egypt's tactics before the
United Nations because her own shipping has
been suffering seizure and delay in the canal
zone ever since the Arab League's decision to
wage economic war against Israel.
We also had occasion last week to mull over
the British Foreign Office's inconsistent action
in the Near East: obviously approving of all
Arab efforts aimed at destroying the Jewish
State while supporting the condemnation of
Egypt. London appeared to us to be riding two
horses racing furiously in opposite directions.
Now it turns out that her dollar diplomacy
and power politics have virtually split her
apart. Several days ago, the US delegation
to the United Nations moved to consolidate the
agenda so that the Egyptian blockade in the
Suez Canal area is now part of the larger
Palestine Question."
Incidents during the past few month have
shown beyond any doubt where British senti-
ments lie so far as this "Palestine Question" is
concerned. As a signing member of the Tri-
partite Declaration, Britain entered wholeheart-
edly into the recent condemnation of Israel fol-
lowing the Kibya affair. London once again as-
sumed its favorite role as Arab protector and
Jordan spiritual father, arguing the League's
case at the UN and sending military and eco-
nomic aid to the Jewish State's enemies.
But as an opponent of Egypt on the Suez
issue, the British as of this moment find them-
selves allied with the Israel delegation. They
will have to do some mighty agile thinking and
last talking to work themselves out of this most
recent embarrassment.
rally will be Rabbi Irving Miller, president of
the Zionist Organization of America. The Rab-
bi has been in the forefront of Zionist activity
ose" thinker who conceives an industrial or social or econom
who rushes to the nearest newspaper office. It has lift 1c:
the
nici
to do wjij
physically handicapped person who sheds tears over mountain. J
rjispatchei and local items that he is fitted for work and th
receives any more rejections from perspective employers hi
tuned to unthinkable resorts.
Nor does this panorama of life have anything to d niit .l
for many years and knows well the significant whl) jn a fl()0(, of German, demands just retribution and wh \ i
problems bcset!i:ig Israel at this time, as well Ueves b has achieved sorte degree of sympathetic response to hill
as the problems confronting American Jewry goes on in gruesome deuil to describe the manner in which th I
and its relation to the Jewish State's presentticular boo! of a particular SS guard kicked the side of his closer*!,
rhese are. indeed, all part of the daily experiences which unfold t-
me as I sit behind my desk. But the elusive scene which rises
and dimly the insistent pattern which indicates its genuini fah
has different character. Little that is dramatic can
at the beginning.
progiam of development.
As we see it, the Combined Jewish Appeal
has come up with a double barrel function.
Leaders here anticipate that some 1,500 per-
sons will volunteer their efforts during the cam-
paign. Those present_at the rally will be given
the "inside" story of the annual drive. It seems
be distal
to
Let no resident in our community stand apart
from the Thursday evening function; let no
resident here fail to identify himself with the
1954 CJA drive. Let us all work and give.
I have in mind a woman who asked for an appointment and
my office late last week. She told me that she had arrived
mission" from New York and would not reveal an\
to "us that no better speakers could be found telephone Once before me. her tale came to light Th
to tell that story and inspire the coming effort. ^rXf^JiS WT^ffiMS ** ""',' She *
' ln 'heir fitth-tloor Walkup flat off Central Park to travel to Mia
help. Dr. Mordecai Sandberg has developed ma universal tone
as the basis for the music of all mankind," according to his wife
he is sick, and he has no means with which to continue his work-
According to Mrs, Sandberg. he is setting the Bible to music
composer has published a whole host of works in this vein Manv
Psalms arc already orchestrated, but others remain to be finished
% r.-ist.' Of >lisi>l;irkfl Priflc j Sabers' has been writing music for the past thirty years. Hen.'
| a comparatively successful medical practice to devote his energies
_., f,,i, i ii .n,,,,, f ,.,.,. I Pletel> '" composition, when he discovered that being a phvsic:
Our Ambassador to Cuba, Arthur Gardner, lerfered uiln hls m Sjnce ,hcn there haye JJ JJJ
of his works one notable presentation of an oratorio. V.zechra"
yean ago in Town Hall but the rewards of his choice have
principal!} small.
is reported by a New York columnist this week
to have boasted at a Havana luncheon that he
was relieved to find there weie no Jews in his
family.
......
Ambassador Gardner, addressing a Scottish
celebrution, is guoted by the columnist as hav-
ing remarked that he has high regard for an-i
cestry and that the reJiSf about his own came
after a close examination of his family tree.
Apparently, the Ambassador's audience also
entertained high regard for ancestry. His re-
marks were met with cold silence, since seated
A BITTER THING TO see Mrs. Sandberg a- she uka
IT WAS
help It is so important," she said, "for him to be able toi
now before it is too late." Clearly, she is thoroughlv conrwfl
the composer's worth. "After." Mrs. Sandberg explained, it will]
at least two musical experts to unravel his notes for publication!
it may not be done exactly aV he would have wished." As obsl
hind the Impersonal and always heavily-lolled desk. I did noil
how to reply. I have never met Dr. Sandberg; I am acquaint**]
none of his compositions.-Jt follows that I cannot have any
with regard to his ability, fcut in the face of Mrs. Sandberg's
about him were members of distinguished Jew- spoken yet urgent request. I could hardly help thinking of l,
ish families whose forebearers had come to'problem that of the community's responsibility toward thej
Cuba horn Portugal and Spain even before the wi,n'n Mi midst.
American Revolution.
If the New York columnist's report is accur-
ate, and there is little cause to doubt it in light
of the Ambassador's recent record, it would
behove our government's leadership to require
This is always a matlrr for much hindsight. All of us are aei
ed with the shabby manner in which a good number of writers, tbj]
painters and composers the visionaries in man's otherwise ba
turning history have lived during the past centuries and conll
live in our time. Industrial and commercial society has no platfl
them, does not recognize their purpose or their value and is utnT
him either to take a course in Elementary ,0 nurture their efforts. The significant thing is that, for the most|
Diplomacy or else to leave the foreign service',h'' artist chievea his reward after he has died, that is. when hei$|
with a solidly failina arade. ~*f '" Participate in the material bounty of his creativm the bof
which the society that rejects him values most. Thus, the artist stt
before an unshakable dilemma. Virtually exploited, he givei beaud
return for oblivion.
We in Miami live in a rather well-planned city. Our Jewish i
munity is fairly integrated. Our organizations are aware ol each i
programs and aim. if not always successfully, at least consdoM
avoid useless or duplicative activity. The various agencies particip
within the local Federation and Federation's larger role in coma
philanthropic, civic, religious and cultural functions are all a cai
point Vet. in the face of this careful planning, then was almo
place to which Mrs. Sandberg could be sent. The DP ma) apply lo|
National Council of Jewish Women. The physically handicapped |
son has his hopes bolstered by the Vocational Service IHpartmer'
JSSB. But Mrs. Sandberg comes up against a blank wall. There |
been no planning made for the special needs of that ana of the<
munity which she represents apart from the fact that she is i
Miamian. There is no city which could meet her particular need.
THE SORT OF THING DR. SANDBURG reportedly does pan
the major works by Johann Sebastian Bach, whose Chorale Pr>
glorify the Christian writings. Apparently, Dr. Sandberu is bent I
bringing to the Old Testament and the Prophets the heightened
of musical art Whether he has been successful or not i- not a i
for discussion at this point. The pivotal issue is the fart that il
has given up a lucrative scientific career for a calling a rare'
rence. indeed The former wouM have brought him reward tn
services rendered on the open market of medical need. The
* hlm ''Hie support because his activity has a value that
weighed by no standard measure.
Assuming that Dr. Sandberg has as much to say to the future t
as any recognized artist of the past revealed for us, do we not Ml
same responsibility u, nurture and protect him that we assumeJl
in the case of .thP displaced person, the physically handicapPWJ
aged, the sick who cannot pay for medical service and the
maladjusted1
This is what went through my-mind when Mrs. Sandberg sat'
me. and I had no advice lor her. It was not a silent indirtmem
our community and Its planning or. indeed, against the pl"
any community. Rather, it pointed up the fact that we are.
aesthetic and moral delinquents bent upon assassinating the *
humanity a conscience wherever it may be found in Ihe s
artisl obscurely and silently determined to fire that conscience
elevate it.
*M POTENTIAL


r pmllMY 12. 1954
Etra to be Honored at Reception
"day; Will Mark Yeshiva's 25th Year
v tamM, nrvrlrti^m
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miur- president
fiW ,,,irn,a""f
Wd.i n i* ,,f ,he
r7oremas| i -I. "''der-'r-
i Tuesday night.
-rvieih ptmnmUte
, ral hunc'red,
Msitors U,
;;. ivdrd to at-
[the function which will wel-
n and Max
itoth*1 i ''>'
,1 membi r- "I Yeshiva's
J of Tru-t. .il-" will be on
(((ir ^ n ption, which is
jtenderci li\ 'lie Greater Mi-
I luva University.
((IoMIhtl i- iliairman of the
lion Comm
Joseph II I "kstein, a mem-
|o(thc urn ri ity's Board of
w, an! I: "* Kehliath
wi in New Viirk City, will be
fMtbe princi] linkers. Both
iBrlkin ;irnl Kli ilso will report
lprogres> 11 the nation's first
i-sponsnml univers|ty.
i year mark- the 25th anni-
i of the university'* College
Liberal Arts and Sciences which
jigmied as ne of the finest
(state i N< Vork. During
110 years of Dr lielkin's presi-
icy Yeshiva College received an
bndment l it- charter from the
i York State Board of Regents
Wishing it a- Veshivs Univer-
se also unilir Dr. Belkin's
i of office as chief exeutive
It the Board ol Regents granted
Tcnarter for a medical school.
Max I. lira
throwing into motion the years that
have broken ground for the Albert
Einstein College of Medicine, the
nation's first non-sectarian medical
school sponsored by the American
Jewish community.
Etra, a prominent New York at-
torney and civic leader, was re-
cently elected chairman of the
Board of Trustees of Yeshiva Uni-
versity, succeeding former borough
president of Manhattan, Samuel
Levy, who held the post for 23
years until his death last March.
A founder of the Albert Einstein
College of Medicine of Yeshiva
University, Etra is a vice chairman
of the National Campaign Commit-
tee.
Today, Yeshiva University has an
enrollment of some 2,000 students,
comprising eight schools and divi-
sions which offer courses of study
leading to 155 different graduate
and undergraduate degrees.
Zuckorman Uvtn
Emm Hvarve at I M
Irvine, h Zackerman, of i Hn m Street. Hollywood, ha-
received the Bachelor ol i awa de-
gree, cum laud !, from the Univer-
nt3 "t Miami.
Zuckerman holds a Bachelor of
,r|< di--<.o .,r,,| ,; Master ol fcrti
Degree from the same oniveraty.
He teahes Knijlish in th.' school's
tvemng Division i- ar. Enetinh
Instructor in the Dude Comity Pub-
lic School System, and Is also a
special lecturer m Communications
And Reports at the City ol Mi;.mi
Police Academy.
Zuckerman ia past president of
the Hollywood j.-wi-h Community
venter, past seeretarj "i Holly
wood Lodge ui Bnai B'rilh and Is
presently a director ol Hi- Board
of Temple Beth Sholem Ol Holly-
wood, a member of the Jewish
War Veterans. B'nai B'rith and the i
Zionist District of Bn.svard County, j
He is principal of the Sunday
School of Temple Beth Sholem.
Zuckerman served three years
overseas in the European Theatre
of Operations as a Staff Sergeant
with a combat engineer battalion in
World War H. He has lived in Hol-
lywood for the past eight years
with his wife, Pearl. They have
two daughters, Susan, 6, and Jean
3.
Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz presents a certificate of distinc-
tion to Congregation Beth El or. behalf of the National Jawish
Education Committee for the establishment of the first all-day
Hebrew School in the City of Miami. Left to right are Dr.
Shmaryahu T. Swirsky, spiritual leader; Philip Berkowitz, pres-
ident of the congregation, who accepted the certificate; Mayor
Aronovitz; and Rabbi Samuel Krolowitz.
Or. Samuel Btlkim
Bedetti in Recital
Jean Bedetti. Professor of Vio-
loncello and Chamber Music at the
University of Miami School of
Music, will present his annual re-
cital at Beaumont Hall on Monday
evening, February 22nd, at 8:30
p.m., with Joseph Tarpley at the
piano. Mr. Bedetti will perform
compositions by Rrescobaldi, Schu-
bert, Schumann,, Robert Strass-
burg. Caplet, Langendoen and
Boellman.
Adult Social Group Slates Dance Saturday
A dance will be sponsored by Music will be provided by Mai
25 "e_W!l re,0r.?ani"d .Adu!t.- S: I Malkin's Orchestra, which will play
from 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Col.
Michael M. Isenberg will be master
cial Croup of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center on Sat-
urday. February 3th, 8:30 p.m., at
450 SW 16th Avenue.
of ceremonies.
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[""Ms central Hebrew High
'^ration tor the two courses
"open to the general public.
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uca"on on Sunday. April
Slate Shir Hashirim
Concert on 28th
The third Shir Hashirim Concert
given by the Jewish Folk Chorus of
Greater Miami, with Irving R.
Korenman, conductor, will take
place at the Miami Beach Auditor-
ium on Sunday, February 28th. 8:30
p.m.
The musical event, dedicated to
Jewish Music Month, will present
the oratorio, Tzvei Brider. a poem
by I. L. Peretz put to music by j
Jacob Shaefer.
The oratorio will be accompanied
by a symphonic ensemble compos-
ed of members of the Symphony
Orchestra of the University of Mi-
ami and the well'known lyric so-
prano, Mary Davtes, soloist.
In addition to the oratorio, the
program will include the Chorus
in Liderkrantz. an album of Amer-
ican. Jewish and Israeli songs.
with Korenman conducting and
appearing in piano solos.
Also heard will be the Sym-
phonic Ensemble in classical com-
positions accompanied by Frances
Warsowe at the piano.
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Student Nurses Get
Caps at Mount Sinai
Seven students, comprising the
seventh class of Mount Sinai Hos-
pital's School of Practical Nursing,
received their caps and took nurs-
ing pledges last week at an impres-
sive candlelight service in the hos-
pital. The ceremony, climaxing 16
weeks of pre clinical training for
the girls, was also highlighted by a
speech by Vice Mayor Harold
Spaet. of Miami Beach.
Greetings and well wishes were
bestowed upon t h e trainees by
Samuel GertWer, Wxecutive director
of Mount Sinai, and Mrs. Harold
Spaet, president of the Women's
Auxiliary. Other hospital luminar-
ies taking part in the ceremonies
included Mias Mildred A Vogel.
RN. director of nurses, and Mrs.
Carmen F. Ross, NR. MA. director
of education.
Mrs. Monte Selig. chairman of
the Auxiliary* Advisory Commit-
tee, presided over the evening's
activities.
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iS^AY.FEBRUABY
PAGE 6 A______________-~.,~ '"""'
Miami's Genera/ Mobilization Area Leaders 1954 Jewish APl
/Mrs. B/onk
North Dode
Chaplin
Welt Miami
Cherffcof
Miami
lax
Flaglcr Granada
Myers
Coral Gables
Mrs. Becker Mrs. Kneapler
Hicil nh Miami Springs
Wallace Htf
Monticello Park
Mrs. Roosevelt Here for Kickoff
Continued from Page 1 A
sion. unanimously elected each
time, until 1951.
While she has reiterated her be-
lief that the United States can
reach an understanding with Rus-
sia, in November 1948. Mrs. Roose-
velt said, "The USSR has tried to
saj they are people who wan)
peace and that the United States
wants war ... It is hard to con
vince the Soviet Union that they
are the our- thai stand in the waj
.it progress toward peace and se-
curity because ol their suspicion
and fear ol the rest "i the world,
uiarly tin' United States Be
cause "i the international n
she l: l through her work
at the 1\ Louis Nizi r ha- called
her First Lad) ol the World, and
h G Martin, N imber '>ne
. World Citizen
Mrs. Roosevelt made a trip to
Israel and the Middle East in 1952.
visiting Lebanon, Syria. Jordan,
Pakistan and India. Prom India she
returned to the United States via
Indonesia, the Philippines and Ha-
waii. Her latest book. India And
The Awakening East, was the re-j
suit of this trip.
In addition to writing My Hay,
since 1941 Mrs. Roosevelt has been;
conducting a McCall's question-and-1
answer page, 1( Von Ask Me. She
lias written articles for many other'
magazines, in which she reported
to Americans on their servicemen
overseas, discussed women in poli-
tics and public life, advocated high-'
er wages and greater prestige for
teachers, favored universal mili-
tary training and discussed prob-
lem- of labor, child welfare, youth
and economics. She has been an
outspoken opponent ol racial dis-
crimination.
She has written three book- for
children and is the author ol It -
Up To The Women 11933) and The
Moral Basis 01 Democracj (1940).
I In 1948. she was at work on the
second volume iii her autobiogra-
phy, Tin- I Remember, a book
which received much approbation
tor tier sincerity, warmih and the
thoughtful expression
Following her lion as
American delegati lo II
Nations in January', 1953 Mrs.
: ated wit
the Vmei i< in Vssoci il ion for the
d Natioi
worker in behall ol the orj i
lion'.- aim to prom er un-
di rstanding ol the I N and il i
gram,
Mrs Roosevelt holds an honor-
ary DHL degree from Russell S i
College, an honorary LLD di
from John Mar-hall College ol Law
and an honorary doctorate in civil
laws from Oxford University. She
is an honorary member oi I'ln Beta
Kappa. Among the other award-
she has received is the bronze
plaque of the Jewish Philanthropic
League of Brooklyn in 1948 and
the award of merit of the New
York City federation of Women's
Clubs
A poll taken by the Woman's)
Home Companion among its read-.
en revealed thai she is the most
popular living American. In a poll '
taken by the American Institute
ol Public Opinion in late 1948.'
Mr- Roosevelt topped a list of ten
a- the "most admired woman living
today in an) part ol the world.''
Miss Schermer
Miss Schermer Gets
Degree with Honors
Mi>s Phyliss Tobee Schermer,
daughter oi Mr. and Mrs Sigmund
w. Schermer, Miami Beach, receiv-
ed the BBA degree from the l'ni-
versit) ol Miami.
urn laude, al re-
al c o mmence-
nenl exercises.
\i the UM,
Iiss Sch ermer
a an honor
aemlier of Alpha
-. a mbda Delia.
>elta Theta Mu
,nd Gamma Al-
ma Chi. In ad-
dition to being
on the Dean -
List, .she was
one of the leaders on the Hillel
Council for the erection of Hillel
House.
Miss Schermer was awarded a
Brandeis Leadership Institute
Scholar-hip for participating in
B'nai B'rith. Junior League ol the
Beach Branh GMJCC and for con
tributing to local publications. She
recently appeared at the Miami
Beach Auditorium on a Greater
Miami lladassah program. She i> a
member of the League of Miami
Beach Women Voters and Mount
Sinai Auxiliary.
The honor graduate majored in
public relations and advertising.
She plans to enter the field profes-
sionally in the Miami Beach area.
Miss Schermer attended Miami
Beach High School, was confirmed
at Temple Beth Sholom and has
spoken at various public events in
the local area.
She was recently awarded a pro-
fessional course in modelling at
Patricia Stevens Finishing School.
Program at Kusevitsky
Concert is Revealed
The amusing musical dialo
The Cantor And The Gabbai, will
highlight one ol the six group- of
songs in the concert program Wed
nesday evenin \, February 17th al
the Miami i',i ach Jewish Center by
tenor Moshe Kusevitsky.
Kusevitsk) has arranged the
comedy folk-song Another tradi
tional song he will present i- A
Shepherd, A Dreamer, arranged by
Ol.-hanetsky.
In addition. Kusevitsky'g pro-
gram include- operatic ana- from
Tosca, I'Arlesienne and n Trova
tore; two Israeli songs, Adarim and
i erusbalaim; and unusual cantonal
chants and prayer-
He will follow his own an
men! also in singing the widelj
known Bircha- Cohanim, or priest-
ly benedict ion
The concert is sponsored by the
Sisterhood ol the Miami Beach
Jewish (enter for the Center's Re
UgiOUS School for children now
numbering bull.
Kusevitsky has attracted capacity
audiences to his most recent three
performance- in i ,,,, -,e Haj] V(..
companying him on the piano will
be Jack Kara- his longtime concerl
associate.
The program opens with two ||,
brew prayer- Ha lev and Akavych
irom a section of ihe Mishnah"
Erwin Kuiden (right) is shown enlisting the aid of Mayor Har-
old Shapiro of Miami Beach in conjunction with Karden's
duties as transportation chairman of Mount Sinai Hospital's
fourth annual Jubilee slated March 4th at the Miami Beach
Auditorium.
Erwin Karden Given Task of Planning
Transportation Program for Jubilee
Jewish Floridian Ftatur*
Erwin Karden i- one man who will come closest to realizing the
ambition ol being chief of police for one night. On the night of March
4th. Karden will have, al hi- disposal, through the courtesv of Mayor
""'"ll1 Shapir..... Miami Beach and other local and state authorities, a
corps oi this ana'- policemen. t<> assist him in carrying out his duties
as transportation chairman of Mount Sinai Hospital's fourth annual all
star Jubilee
Karden will have the task of carrying out a lime -chedule which
.nabie- each performer, who will appear gran- at the Jubilee, to be
Picked up al the respective club or hotel where he is engaged and
returned on time after doing a .-tint for Mount Sinai.
Aiding Karden in the ta-k oi coordinating the movements of the
i;":'";"""'; ";"' -'"bile-V time -chedule are the Miami Beach Police
,;; :" "',.!"' "; s'"' Higbwaj Patrol and the Dads County Road
! ",.", '.....' rh"m M'n' M "Wl to I'"' celcbru.c- Also under
in i^nVT. ',',I''V,V '"'"" "MC| to'transportation purposes, which
"" donated i>> Greyhound, Wylie's Tours and the 29ers.
His duties will also include .be responsibility lor the smooth move
!' ,;; n;?!*"> mum*pat*and
a'oi'led '" ,hl' "** hat congestion can be
MuSA h!"; Ul" ,,rJK",(llinK ** ** f"r <* third straight year.
I n ,ryl I"?:111 ,U" M"",nly "> d"r'ng his
ojetr '" U"h JU,"U" "M "-'" -W harden, "we can
Yiddish Film is Due
Golden Age Friendship Club and
the Rebels Club of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center
Beach Branch, will present the sec
ond in a series of Yiddish language
films on Sunday, February 14 at
8:30 p.m. Feature will be The Great
Advisor, starring Irving Jacobson
and Yetta Zwerling.
New Scout Troop
To be Installed
"""""ir. National Roy Seoul
week. February 7th to 15th, the
t Miami Jewish Center will in
stall Iroop 328 a- Fridaj evening
service on Februarj 2th
A representative of the Boy
Scou Council will prewn, a char
"" "I the member. i ,e Troop
' """"""''' lll lake ,,!,,. '
'' oi Troop committee will L
n Seoul M;,-,er Nel.......,,
With his membership card
'r-enla.mn of the f|iu ,,,,
us atAK as
Lodge Meeting Due
Sina1XtR^ltr,meeUnRof M"nt
Sinai Rebekah Lodge No. 91 will
be held on Tuesday, February jet"
8 P.m., at 213 NW 4th Street
Johnson to Meet
Williams in Bout
Harold Johnson, number one
lightheavyweifht contender, will
meet heavyweight I) a 10-round feature bout Monday
ii'Kht at the Miami Beach Audi-
torium.
Johnson will be making his sec
|nd appearance in a local ring. He
is next in line for a title bout with
i namplon Archie Moore. Harold
made his debut here last year when
he trounced Toxte Hall at Dinner
Kej Auditorium.
losopli S*h
To Appear at I
Joseph Schuster, former!
list of the New York Phil]
Symphony, will be pres.
special recital by the Ims
Miami School of Music
mont Hall on Saturday
February 13th. 8:30 p.m.
This program will be a
the new School of Music]
and will be open to the].
, out admission charge. Jell
chairman of (he School
piano department, will
piano.
Mr. Schuster's pn>gram|
urday evening will cons
seph Haydn's Divortime.
: Major, Concerto in C Hind
B?.ch, Variations on a The
the Magic Flute D)
Sonatina in A Major by m
, Nidrei bj Max Bruch, As]
Sergei Rachmannoff, M
Romeo and Juliel by Prokd,
ranged by Mr. Schuster, I
tions on One Slnng Irom I
Fantasie by Paganini, aks|
by Mr. Schuster.
Sigma Delta Tau
Slates Funds ior
Sigma Delta Tau Alul
forego its regular bu-ine
on Tuesday, February M
card party. Mrs Herbertl
4750 Alton Road, will be I
the monthly meeting.
Proceeds from the
are slated for the league'^
thropic project, the Ha
for handicapped childr
meeting begins al 7:30
Combined Meeting
Combined meeting of the Miami
Vonng ^dult Zionist District and
the l niversity of Miami Chapter of
IZFA will be held on Sunday eve-
ninK, February Hth, 8 p.m.. at
Beth David Synagogue. Subject of
discussion will be the 1954 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
Beverage Industry!
Meet With CJA
Members of dealer Mis
erage industry will be gun
Combined Jewish Appeal]
ins ;-ion Committee at a I
Sunday. Februarj 14th, at|
esyne Terrace Hotel.
According to Leo KosM
of the annual e\em\ thel
will star! al 1" a in in V
Panorama Room. A promffl
sonality in the Florida SB
erage Department will b*'
cipal speaker
Co-chairmen pi the
vision assisting Best *
Levin and Jay Weiss,
Rabbi Miller to Si
Continued from PHj
Campaign Cabinet "' ,h4
Jewish Appeal and a vi P
of the United Jewish *
Greater New York H
member of the national
committee of the imtedl
peal.
For many years an do
dedicated champion of tt
ideal. Rabbi Miller was
the Actions Committe*
World Zionist OrganHdJ
World Zionist Congress inl
re-elected in 1946
1.500 Will ParticiF
Continotd from P*9
in Europe the faith and
and the help which they'
Shochet said that the Wj
"tested in.strumcnl in *
us can join to give the 1
understanding, manpo**
ship and support.
Through the CJA 'e
late our hopes into res
goals into attainments.
ed.


Ila-Lobos Conducts Own Compositions
I DM Orchestra; Schapiro is Soloist
+Jelst> fhrkMan
PAGE 7 A
by many criUca "the
nm-ician in tne
Heitor Vil-
the Cniver-
W living
, Hemispn'T''.
,,.j|| conduct
fcmi Symphony orchestra
[i and Monday evenings at
J^j Beach and Dade County
rium>
Mform his own Fantasy for
KL'Orchestra. Villa-Lobos
onallv chosen the renown-
'Maxini Schapira
[ftbruarv I4th and 15th con-
fit expected to have a spe-
\vorin liyhi of the fact that
j,t conductor v. 11 lead the
jtbestra in In- own composi-
hiddition to Mr. Schapiro's
lot the Villa-Lobos Momo-
there "ill also be a per-
;o(the noted Brazian com-
trfcCboros No. 6.
program is Imj scheduled to
Beethoven Overture to
[Stephen. Paul le Flenfl Two
from I .i MagictoHM de
and Maurice Ravel's ever
Bolero,
jlobos studied cello with his
rlrom the ag< ol ->x. and in
vpar- (earned lo pity most
atiD-trument- in the orchestra,
ffather died when the composer
only eleven, and he went to
I in theatre and ife orchestras
Jl Us family, his formal school-
Icomini' to an end Except for
harmony lessons with Ag-
md Francisco Brag*,
!in wto-didacl his originalftji
jJBpatience with acepted har-
\. rules mai themselves
I in hi* career.
11912 he accompanied a scien-
expedition to the interior of
kil to study the music of the
en tribes, an experience which
! (rail in hi- later compositions.
h>influences in Brazilian music
I interested him
1915. Villa-Lobos gave a con-
1 of hi< own works. He pro-
Id a flood of music in the fol-
pgyears, in which his boldness
inexhaustible curiosity came
|the fore in the elemental
has. new forms and exotic
of much of this output.
i Darius Milhaud. who was
(French legation in Brazil in
|-19. Villa-Lobos became ac-
bted with the Impressionists
Veto Makes Jordan River
Project Discussion Closed
Heifor Vifla-loboi
and with other contemporary
French composers.
In 1922, the Brazilian government
granted him a fellowship to go to
Paris, where he remained until
1926. His fourteen Chorus were
produed in the years from 1920 to
1929. According to the composer.
the t'horos is u synthesis of the var-
ious elements in Brazilian music.
Indian. Alricm and popular folk
melody, in which t h e harmonic
treatment represents a stylization
of the original material. These
striking compositions are rhapsodic
and free in structure, being written
for various instrumenta and choral
ensembles and for solo instru-
ments.
The five suites, Bachianas Bras-
ileriras reveal Villa-Lobos' interest
in the music of Bach, though he
never attempted to imitate him.
By ARTHUR LEWIS ,
Jawish Talagraphic Agency
UNITED NATIONS Once a
veto has been cast in the Security
i Council, then the issue does rfflf
come up again. That has been the
practice here .Thus, the question
of the Jordan River power project,
although technically still before
the Council, is to all intents and
purposes closed now. A study of
the records here shows that there
has been only one exception to this
rule of thumb: that is the case of!
the admission of new members.
The applications of some countries
have been vetoed several times by
the Soviets, b u t this exception
proves the rule, as membership is
not really a substantive issue, a
threat to the peace, for which the
Security Council was set up to
deal, and the veto was sought by
'he W. -t n ;. matter of Cold War
tactics to embarrass the Soviets
There is a good deal of logic to
this procedure for once a veto has
been cast, there is hardly likely to
be any proposal on that subject on
which the unanimity of the five
permanent members of the Council
can be lound. Despite the fact that
Cantor Kelemer in Program
In celebration of Jewish Music
Month, the Golden Age Friendship
Club of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center. Town
Branch, will present Cantor Berle
Kelemer. of the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation on Sun
day. February 14th. at 2:30 p.m.
Cantor Kelemer win present a pro
gram of songs, including Cantorial,
Yiddish and Israeli music.
pssor Oppenheimer
aed to Technion
fl* YORK Professor Robert
pheimer. director ol the In-
for Advanced Study at
elon, Vv has ac-
I appointment to the lnterna-
i Board ol Govi rnors of Tech-
Institute of Technol
| it was announced here by Jo-
|Wuu*h, pn idenl of the So-
nar Oppenheimer, whose
"to the Board was unani-
" been a member of the
'States Atomic Knergy Com-
gudwas director of the Los
^ScienceLaboratories wh< re
r"mic oumh was developed.
"Wplirosi* Group
>likis Monday
Meeting of the Greater Miami
National- Nephrosis Society will be
held at the home of Mrs. Henry
Green, 4103 Anderson, Coral Ga-
bles, on Monday evening. February
15th. 8:30 p.m.
Members of the group's Medical
Advisory Board have been invited
to attend the meeting. They include
Drs. Charles Koscnfcld. Sam J.
Roberts, .lames .1 Griffita, Gunnard
J. Antell. Warren W. Quillian, Irv
ing Stemmernian. Meyer B Marks.
Erna Klass and Solomon B. Gold-
man.
The Board has been working on
a joint survey to determine the
number of nephrotics in the Great-
er Miami area. A report on the
survey is scheduled to be presented
at the meeting.
UM Slates Chamber
Music Concert Thursday
The second contemporary cham-
ber music program in this year's
series prepared by Madame Renee
Longy will be given at the Lowe
Gallery by the University of Mi-
ami School of Music on Thursday
evening, February-Math at 8:80 p.m
1 The public is invited to attend with-
out admission charge.
The concert will consist of Phan-
I tasy, quartet for oboe, violin, viola
! and cello, by Benjamin Britten,
which is being repeated by request;
: Amoretti, opus 43. for tenor and
| piano, by Edmund Rubbra; Trio for
i piano, oboe and bassoon, by Fran-
cis Pouleno; and Quartet for clar
Llnet, violin, cello and piano by Paul
I Hindemith.
the parliamentary situation at the
moment is that there are two Le-
baneae resolutions on the canal
project still before the body, the
\\< t.rn Powers cannot abandon
their stinVMhat Syria must not be
given the final say in construction
work which is, after all, going on
In another country. Israel. Both
the Lebanese resolutions provide
Syria with such an illegal right,
either by implication or directly.
Although the Soviets may have
an explanation for their veto other
than backing the Arab States in a
dispute with Israel (their apolo-
gists have claimed that their ac-
tion was due to the fact that they
would not countenance granting
any power to an organization, such
as the Truce Supervision Organiza
tion, in which they have no say),
they cannot now fail to support
Syria otherwise they would lose
politically. There is no point in
further discussion of the issue, as
there is no longer any middle
ground left to explore.
Thus, the question of the Jordan
River hydro-electric project re-
turns to Jerusalem where it should
have been all the time. However,
despite the seemingly wasted
weeks here, some 16 weeks were
taken up in resolutory debate, the
Security Council hearing has not
been without value as Prime Minis-
ter Moshe Sharett can now discuss
with General Vagn Bennike a set-
tlement along the lines of the
Western resolution which, even if
vetoed and therefore officially re-
jected, did have the support of the
majority and is an expression of
its will.
The Israeli view is that all Mr.
Sharett has to do now is to assure
the chief of staff of the Truce Su-
pervision Organization that the
property rights of the Arab land-
owners in the area will be pro-
tected to comply with the resolu-
tion. Actually, the Israeli Govern-
ment, in previous communications,
has offered guarantees that the ir-
rigation of this farm land, a minis-
cule amount, by the way. would not
be affected by the diversion of
the waters of the Jordan River for
the power plant. One significant *
factor is that the resolution makes
no mention of the Syrian conten-
tion that the canal is a military
works giving Israel an "advantage,
and thus makes negotiation much
easier.
If Mr. Sharett can give General
Bennike the necessary assurances,
and there is no reason why he
should not. then, the Israeli view
is that work on the Jordan River
hydro-electric project can- be re-
sumed almost immediately.
lied rro;s Si*
Division l-oals
Eight group leaders in the im-
portant Special Gifts Division,
which expects to raise $99,000. or
more than one third of the Red
Cross Fund Appeal goal of $267.-
116. were announced Saturday by
Edwin H. Bishop, chairman tor
Special Gifts.
With the kickoff of the annual
Red Cross drive just three weeks
away. Bishop pointed out that
volunteer solicitors for special
gifts, because of their large share
of total quota, will play a heavy
role in the success of the campaign.
Following groups, leaders and
goals were listed by Bishop: con-
struction and industryMarion C.
McCune. realtors. $9,500; entertain-
mentEugene Roush. vice presi-
j dent. First National Bank of Miami,
and Michael Franco, assistant to
\ the president. Industrial Savings
I Bank, $10,000 finance-Joseph Lip-
ton, president of Dade Federal Sav-
ings & Loan Association, $12,100;
hotels: William Usher, manager of
Biscayne Terrace Hotel, $4,000: Na-
tional Firms. Thornton Fincher,
vice president. Security Trust Com-
pany. $8,000; publicity service,
Dave Bosworth, Miami manager,
Florida Power & Light Company,
$7,000; retail and commercial: Ken
Wright, community relations repre-
sentative, Eastern Air Lines, $20,-
400.
Malavsky Family Choir to Appear at
Hibiscus Auditorium in Concert
mm
to "q ~* bonds ,or ,he Israe' Development Issue, which
bdersh,!, 500000 in 1954. was authorized at a national
Whas LCOn,erence of the Israel Bond Organization by
Irian, qif'r ,cen,et), director-general of Israel's Finance
a^s,noft0hVlrWlth ,he official OTe ,ulian B' VenezkY (lei,)'
sident 0 .if I'XGCUlive Commjttee. and Henry Montor. vice
sale ol ik Israel ^"d Organization, which will direct
' year new ^"d I"", to start soon alter April 1st of
Dropsie College Offers
Fellowships for PhD
NEW YORKThe Institute for
Israel and the Middle East, of the
Dropsie College, Philadelphia, has
announced for the academic year
1954-55, fellowships of $1,000 each,
available to qualified students who
wish to specialize in Middle East-
ern studies leading to the PhD de-
gree.
The curriculum offered by the
Institute includes Languages. Lit-
eratures. History. Anthropology.
Sociology. Economics and Politics
of the Middle East. Applications
for Fellowships should be submit-
ted not later than April 15, 1954.
Candidates are invited to write for
further information to the Dropsie
College, Broad and York Streets.
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania.
Beth El Radio Hour
. The Beth El Radio Hour over
Itation WMIE. Friday from 4 to
4:30 p.m. will present Dr. Shmar-
yahu T. Swirsky In an address n |
titled. The Two Natures, based on
tin statue by George Gray Barnar.
The Malavsky Family Choir will
present a concert of liturgical, Is-
raeli, Yiddish and popular num
hers on Sunday evening, February
14th. 8:30 p.m.. at Hibiscus Lodge
Auditorium, 10th Street and Alton
Road.
Proceeds from the concert will
be turned over to the United Luba
vitcher Yeshivoth. Actively work-
ing on the program are Isidore
Kramer, of 1536 Meridian Avenue,
treasurer of the Yeshivoth. and
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. spiritual
leader of the Israelite Center and
Cantor Samuel Malavsky's nephew.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky is a
graduate of the United Lubavitcher
Yeshivoth Seminary.
The Malavsky Family Choir,
whih has received national and in-
ternational acclaim for its musical
performances on concert stages
throughout the world, includes
Cantor Malavsky's four daughters.
Trudi, Gloria, Ruth and Minerva,
and two sons. Albert and Morton.
Trudi and Gloria compose the
well known duo. the Marlin Sisters,
recording artists for Columbia, Vic-
tor and Coral. They are currently
being featured in the Blue Canary',
a favorite throughout the nation,
and are fresh from television ap-
pearances on just about every var-
iety hit show scheduled over the
TV lanes.
Cantor Malavsky was a musical
child prodigy and became affiliated
with the late Cantor Joseph Rosen-
blatt upon his arrival in the United
States. He is a recording artist for
RCA Victor and appears with his
Trudi and Gloria under the Marlin
Choraleers imprint.
In the Spring of 1952, the Malav-
sky Family Choir presented over
32 concerts in the State of Israel,
where they were popularly ac-
claimed.
Supporting the sisters and Can-
tor Malavsky are Albert and Mor-
ton Malavsky, who round out one
of the unique musical organiza-
tions in the country.
Beth El PTA Dance
Beth El Congregation ITA will
hold a dance on Saturday evening.
February 20th. at the Dora August
Memorial Hall. Proceeds of the
function are for the Beth El Re
ligious School.
Standing (left to right) are Ruth. Albert, Cantor Samuel, Morton
and Trudy Malavsky. Seated are Gloria and Minerva. The
Cantor Samuel Malavsky Family Choir will be heard Sunday
evening in a concert for the United Lubavitcher Yeshivoth at
Hibiscus Auditorium.


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PIUDAY, FEBBWApv
12. lj
J
L-tfciUc Walter Chooses Lace and Net;
Weds Herbert Cohen at Hibiscus -Lodge
Miss Lucille Walter and Her-
bert Jay Cohen exchanged vows in
a ceremony at Hibiscus Lodge Au-
ditorium on Miami Beach Sunday.
Officiating at the 6:30 p.m. rites
was Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual
leader of Belh David Synagogue.
The bride wore a gown of white
vlace and net, with matching lace
ap and elbow-length illusion veil.
She carried white orchids on
Bible.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Arthur
Schwartz, sister of the bridegroom.
in aqua lace I rimmed in silver se-
quins. Miss Iris Sorafkin and Miss
Ellen Saland in blue shantung and
net and Miss Selma Saltman in
pink net were bridesmaids.
Best man for his brother was
Mr. Stan'ey Cohen. They are the
.-mis of Mr. and Mrs. David L. Co-
hen. 592 SVV 10th Street.
Arnold Widder. New York, who
introduced the couple, served as
an usher, assisted by David Ber-
man and Ira Segal.
After a motor trip through Flor
Miss Barbara Hauptman Becomes Bride
'()f Herbert Saks in Double Hinj Ceremnm,
.. i....i,i rino ondlpliuht Th. K.iJ. I. L "ll\
Miss Ann f. Serrant
Ann Felice Meets
ida, the newlyweds will be at home l,',".>.,..,, .,i ]',' K
at 2280 S\V 3rd Street. llcllKlill I Ol I
The bride was graduated from
the University of Miami. She is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
ham Walter, 91 6th Street. Miami
Beach.
Mr. Cohen, also a graduate of the
1 ".I. is a member of A'nha Kpsilon
Pi and now is a law student.
The engagement of their daugh-
ter. Ann Felice, to Arthur Fine, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fine. Miami
Beach, is announced by Mr and
Mrs Ben Serrant, 105 North Shore
Drive.
Miss Serrant was graduated from
Miami Beach High School,
Mr. Fine is ,i Brooklyn Technical
High School graduate Kb engineer-
ing major at the L'niversitj ol
Florida, he belongs to Zeta Beta
Tau Fraternity, Amerian Institute
hi Eletrical Engineers and the In-
stitute ol Radio Engine* i
c luple mi :: li attei
I nivi i itj nl Finn.!.
Schapiro to Talk
Mrs Marie Volpe will interview
* im S hapiro, pianist, on Satur
! ;: u r 13th, at 6:30 p.m.,
iver station V. KAT Mr, Schapiro
ppear as soloisl with the I'ni-
> nl Miami Sj mphonj Orches
tra. Heiter Villa-Lobos will be
conductor on February Nth
and 15th progri ms
Miss Bonny friedman
Miss Friedman to
Marry in June
June is the month that Miss Bon
nj Friedman has chosen for her
wedding to Paul Heigel. of New
York, Miami Beach will be the
site lor the rites
The bride-elect is the daughter
nt Mrs Sybil Friedman. 10H) 15th
strict. Miami Beach, and David
Friedman, New York She is a
graduate "i .lames Madison High
School, Brooklyn, and attended
Brooklyn College. Miss Friedman la
currentlj associated with Saki
Fifth Avenue, Lincoln Road.
Mr Beigel graduated from the
Irving School, Tarrytown. New
nded Union College in
Schi m i tadj and i- an alumnus
ol I olumbia L'niversitj.
He i- bi \- a an and a
member ol Phi D rheta II" is
current! with radio station
WMGM ., Ni m York City.
Kruehtinans to Host
Id i !hai.' Fi uchtman
will be hosts to r of the
Jewish Home for the A |i d at their
Ihlj birthdaj partj on Tues-
d..\ evening. February 10th. 8 p.m..
at Douglas Gardi ns lii i hat
the program i- Mrs. Makovsky
H, Lee H nsei and Geoi ge Karolei
will enti 11
At a double ring candlelight
ceremony on January 31st in the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, Miss
Barbara Hauptman. daughter of
Dr and Mrs. Irving Hauptman, 404
Viscaya Avenue, Coral Gables, be-
came the bride of Herbert Saks,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Saks.
945 West 48th Street. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated.
Best man was Leonard Levin-
stein. Ushers included Al Kahn.
Robert Horwitx and Norman Haupt-
man. Maxinc Gerstenfeld was
bridasmald, with Eileen Saks act-
ing as maid of honor.
The bride was given in marriage
by her father. She selected a gown
of French chantilly lace and nylon
tulle, with off-shoulder neckline
j and long sleeves ending in points
i over hand. Her full lace and tulle
skirt ended in a cathedral train.
The bride's four-tiered illusion
veil fell from a cap of tulle and
seed pearls. She carried orchids
on a Bible.
A reception and dinner followed
at the Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Senior High School and ait. 1"
the University of Florida 2?*|
versity of Miami a UB|
Mr. Saks received the BS den.
in Buainesa ^ministration J*
Univendty of Florida and at pr(
ent. is attending the I nivmitv
Miami UwSchoV H-i,ae2Jh
of Pi Lambda Phi, Beta Gat
Sigma and Phi Kappa Phi,
The couple flew to Mexico
extended honeymoon and at i
their return will make their h.mJ
in Miami. J

/
Miss Rtva Shapiro
Shapiro, Stein
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs Louis Shapiro, i
855 West 46th Stn .ami Bea
announce the betrothal of th
daughter, Reva, t G raid Stei
son of Mr. and Mrs George Std
New York.
Miss Shapiro i- a luate of|
ami Beach High School and
tended the Universit) of Mia
She has been employe as < in
tary in the School ol Pract4
Nursing at Mount Sinai Hospital
Mr. Stein, v ho sen l with |
Armed Forces in .1 ip; n i- atte:
ing New York Univei
The couple plan to be mar
this coming June
Airs, ru-rceii J. lorien
Miss Levy to Wed
Stanley f'crlowitz
A former Miami Beach resident,
Miss Selma Louise Levy, plan- to
i .in., in Ihe carlj fall. Now nt
New York City, she will wed Stan
ley Harold Perlowitr, also of New
Y irk
The bride eleel i- the daughter
< i Mrs, Pauline Levy. Miami Beach,
and the late \be Levy Mr Perlo-
witz is the son of Mr. and Mr- S.
A Perlowitz, New York.
Miss !. -. j alter le I th >. New
I nl Social Research in N< v
York and is now affiliated with
( lumbia I niversit;.
Mr. I'< rlowitz is a graduate of
HiW.it Clinton High School and
. tt nded the Fashion Institute ol
Techi New York City He
rved with Ihe Armi d Forces In
Korea.



fesONALLY
['PEAKING
tTdMr, 0.Orr
IJL'sW 91 h Terrace. Miami, for
KZ weeks. The M.-cklbanks are
J^nsofMr Greent.
*JewMnor*Man
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Hr. am
Mr- John Boal. of 6796
!, Terr.ic Miami, last week
Lf.ined uuini! honeymoon cou-
JJand Mrs. Nick Atillo. Of
jo'klvn Sf Vnrk. Mrs. AtHl
E,|,e'<1aii5hN-r of Mr. and Mrs.
Urberl Boscnberg, friends of the
r and Mrs .Joseph L. Rogers,
1010 s\V 3th Terrace, Miami,
j celebrate their 45th wedding
Eftersary <>n Tuesday, February
ft
jlj.s i.ii;i.,>, Malek, daughter of
|iev and Mr- i'seph Malek, 1561
llfoov Ami lias enrolled at the
University o( Miami, following her
graduation from Miami Beach Sn-
lior High School. At the UM, she
Itill be a drama and arts student,
[accializing in radio and television.
kiss Malik i the sister of Miami
I bach attorney .Joseph W. Malek,
*bo is also Cantor at Hollywood's
Twp'e Sinai
ft
Dr and Mr- Albert.E. Rosenthal
I left with Mr and Mrs. George Wol-
ipertSaturday on the SS Silver Star
' cruise on the Carib-
I I' :
B b m of Mr. and Mrs.
Amu Shi H SW 13th Street,
i a recent annual
debate touri iinenl at the Univer-
Bob is a junior at
the I:. i Florida, where
he i-vice pi I nl of the Debate
mi of Pi Lambda
Phi Frati ir the .second eon-
ItMBtivi :
\l Kopf, of Brook-
lyn. Niw Vi arc spending the
fetet at I .: 11.-tic Hotel, Mi-
laniBeaMi \'r K..j>t is the brother
|" Mr man. Miami.

M Hubert Traurig an-
oi their daughter.
ine. i n January 28th. Grand-
parent, are Mr and Mrs. Samuel
Mrs. Arnold I. immll
Mondress, Small to
LiVe in Klkins Park
Miss Carole Mondress and
Arnold R. Small were married in
the Shelborne Hotel in an early
evening ceremony Sunday the
third anniversary of the date on
which they met Rabbi Morris Skop.
spiritual leader of the Coral Ga-
bles Jewish Center, officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Mondress, 1636
SW 13th Street. Mr. Smalls par-
ents are Mr and Mrs. Benjamin
Small, Elkins Park. Pennsylvania
Newlywed Mrs. Small wore a
strapless gown of lace and ruffled
nylon tulle.^ with long sleeved lace
jacket. Her'illusion veil fell elbow-
length from a tiara of seed pearls.
She carried a white Bible with
white orchids.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Sam-
uel Klein, of Philadelphia, the
bride's aunt. Harold I. Small,
Philadelphia, was best man for his
brother.
Both the bride and groom are
former Philadelphians. She was
graduated from Miami High School,
I where she waa president of Tau
Martin I'lotkin Will
Be Bar Mitzvah
Martin Saul Piotkin will become
Bar Mitzvah at Beth David Syna
gogue on Saturday morning, Feb
ruary 13th, with Rabbi Max Sha
to and Cantor Maurice Mamches!
officiating.
Martin is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Plotkin, 1801 SW 17th
Terrace. An eighth grade student
at Shenandoah Junior High School.
he also attends the Religious
School of Beth David Synagogue.
Martin is a member of Boy Scout
Troop No. 89.
An open nouse in the Bar Mitz-
vah's honor will be held at his
home on Saturday afternoon from
4 p.m. Guests of honor will include
his grand parents, Mr. Max Plot-
kin, Bayonne, New Jersey. a"nd Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Jacobowitz, of Mi-
ami.
Among out-of-town guests will b%
Mr. and Mrs. Pine Lesser, Passaic,
New Jersey; Mr. Ben Turleltaub,
Englewood. New Jersey; Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Schneider, Mrs. Jen-
nie Schneider and cousins Anita,
Judith and Abbey Schneider. Bay-
onne; Mr. and Mrs. Abe Levin,
North Arlington, New Jersey, and
Mr. and Mrs. flyman Lerner, Bronx,
New York.
T,..,., ,, ... ., 'wiicu- mii- ..s pit-.si.ii-iu ..i i,iu
.I.oii. and the Hyman, A|ha Q she atten(lcd the
" """v Wf,,lk' V'nsmia. I University of Miami. He is a Tem-
Barry Oilman to be
Bar Mitzvah at
FlatfltT-Granada
Barry Michael, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Gilman, 621 Tamiami
Boulevard. Miami, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. February
13th. 10 a.m.. at the Flagler-Gra
nada Jewish Community Center.
Barry attends Kinloch Park Jun-
ior High School, where he is a
member of several school activities.
During his four years attendance at
the Flagler-Granada Religious
! School, he has been one of its out-
; standing pupils.
He has successfully passed the
| Bar Mitzvah examination given by
the bureau of Jewish Education.
Barry will chant the Maftir and
address the audience. Samuel Gil-
man, his grandfather, and Mr. .and
Mrs. Samuel Angnff. uncle and
aunt, of Boston. Massachusetts, will
be among out-of-town guests.
Rev. Leo Ileim will officiate, Par-
ents of the B-ir Mitzvah will be
the hosts at the reception follow-
' ing the services
Ardmure
Jerome Alan Halperin, son of
Mrs. Fay Halperin, 850 Bis-
cayne Street, Miami Beach,
was Bar Mitzvah at the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center on
Thursday. Jerome is a ninth
grade student at the Ida M.
Fisher Junior High School
and attends the Miami Beach
Jewish Center Religious
School.
welcome your
HEART FUND
VOLUNTEER
SUNbtf

Miss Susai I lien Kreedman, 14-
m of Mr. and Mrs.
I Freed man, made her debut
t al Pier Park Sat-
h"^ lore an audience
I of some l.iniii persons. Susan is? a
irold Robin.
''" I Mr- Louis Makovsky. of
>'<' Aver : hive as their guests
lh(iri1 Ir~ AlChalek. and
, n Richard, of Ix>ng Island,
York Mrs Chalek is a niece
M Mr an I Mrs irwin Makovsky
aid Mr. ami Mrs arry j ^^
,,A son was born to
r and M, juies p (-banning
" a' Jackson Memorial Hos-
-I, cThl' Winnings, who live at
' Miami Beach.
ther children. Ma-
,',r ents are Mr. and
'"'"'' Spund, of Miami Beach
W Was! ,, (
Souo, !!1 '"'m he
of Optometry.
,,,,' h-announc-
Noel Teacher, son
hi i 1930 SW 33rd
lined the Deans
eholarship during
lu.> i

Prior to entering
"L^hfrn ( ollege of Opf
tometrv.
iity
pie University alumnus and served
two years in the Army Transporta-
tion Corps as a first lieutenant. He
now is associated with his father
in business in Philadelphia.
After a honeymoon in Haiti, the
couple will reside in Elkins Park.
he attended the University of Mi-
ami as a Dade County Scholarship
student. At the University, he was
a member of Alpha Phi Omega Fra-
ternity. Be is a member of Omega
Epsilon Phi National Optometric
Fraternity and the Illumination
Engineering Society at Southern
College.
Martin S. Plefkin
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>AY, FEBRUARn^S?
AARON M. KANNER
Campaign Chairman
CARL WEINKLE
ftdtratisii Frtsidtnt
THIS IS fo* 1954
COMBINED^JEWISH
APPEAL!
AN0 TEESE ABE YOTR .
CAMPAIGN LEADERS
They have heen given I he responsibility of ^ organizing, inspiring, and
energizing the generosity, the miilerstaiiding. and the will off oar
eoniimuiitv
$1,491,806
muNt be raised to meet tlie minimum needs of .VI vital ageneios here in
Miami. Overseas, in Israel and throughout the I'nited States.
Lei's net bchiml these men ami womvn The ranauanl ot our vommunitu
Unite in Serving the Needs of Our People EVERYWHERE
JOIN THE RANKS OF CJA VOLUNTEERS!
General Campaign Chairman oi 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal
AARON M. KANNER
VICF CHAIRMEN
Mrs. Louis Altschul
Sam Blank
Joseph Cherner
Moses Ginsberg
Dr. Morris Goodman
Leon Jacobs
Howard Kane
Marcie liberman
I. I. Mintier
Max Oroviti
Dan B. Ruskht
Jacob Sher
Harry Sirkin
Officers of Greater Miami Jewish federation
PRESIDENT
HONORARY PRESIDENT
VICE PRES'DENT
VICE PRESIDENT
VICE PRES.DENT
Carl Weinkle
Dan B. Ruskin
Sam Friedland
Howard Kane
Aaron M. Kanner
VICE PRESIDENT
VICE PRESIDENT
SECRETARY
TREASURER
Sidney Lefcourt
Stanley C. Myers
Mrs. Fannie Sclig
Charles Fruchtman
Pace Setters
Samuel Friedland
Initial Gifts
Samuel C. tevcnson
BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIVISION
SAM J. HEIMAN, Chairman
GROUP CHAIRMEN
Leo Cha'lkin -Food and Restaurants
Louis HeimanProfessions
Albert J. HirschPersonal Services
Artie KravitiRetail Merchants' Apparel
Joseph M. Lipton and Larry L. Rosenberg-
Automotive and Finance
Jacob Rabinowiti-Jewelry
Sam Resnick-Builders, Real Estate, Motels
Leo Rost-liquor and Amusements
John N. Seibm Needle Trades
Lee Simkins-light Mfg. and Utilities
Alfred S. Sokol-Furniture
SPECIAL GROUP CHAIRMEN
Leo Ackerman
William Edelstein
Sam A. Goldstein
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Abe Kurman
William D. Singer
William Weintraub
DIVISION CHAIRMEN
Produce
Carl Susskind
Edward Dokson
Isadore Hecht, Jr.
Drugs and Sundries
Samuel Goldman
Jerry Stern
Herbert Grossman
Women's Wear
Maurice Cromer
Men's Wear
Herbert Blate
Louis Suchman
Children's Wear
Sam Suchman
Shoes
Jack Daner
Toys and Novelties
Sam Ervais
Retail Stores
CORAL GABLES
Nat Winokur
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Theodore Goldstein
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Irving B. Kole
George Rosenfield
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Frank M. Seiden
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louis Josephson
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Marvin Ltvin
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Irvin Korach
Contractors
Arthur M. Shandloff
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Miami Coral Gables
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Combined-Unlimited Luncheon
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Young Adults
Mrs. Gordon Marmoiotoin
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ffilDAY, FEBRUARYJ2. 1S5
MacDonald Urges Miamians to Support
Israel; Charges Arabs With Belligerence
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ISRAEL BOND HONORS: lames G. MacDonald, left, this
country's first Ambassador to Israel, is shown presenting a
special plaque on behalf of Israel Bonds to Louis Kenin of the
Algiers Hotel for service to Israel.
An urgent appeal to the Greater
Miami community for increased in-
vestment in State of Israel Bonds
"as an answer to the Arab threat"
was voiced here this week by the
Hot) James G. McDonald, this
country \s first Ambassador to
ImeJ,
Principal speaker at a testimon-
ial d.nner under1aVieriices of [area I
Bonds honoring theliree operators
ol the Algiers Hotel. McDonald pre-
sented special plaque to Dave Ee-
vinson, Louis Kenin and Charles
Posner [or their service to Israel.
Fellow hotelman B. I. Binder
presided at the dinner, and the
benediction waa delivered by Rab-
bi Leon Kronish. Mayor Harold
Shapiro n| Miami Beach, presented
the City to the three guests
of honor
McD< nald < liarged that the Arab
peoples among themselves, have
divided i he responsibility of
break |.srae] dwn Dy even
means short of war."
1 nown authority on inter-
Mbona iffairs, McDonald added:
'" '''......n hae fallen the rwpoav
"btlitj ol .allying world opinion
JWinsI Israel; Syria constantly
threaten- strife, forcing Israel to
maintain a costly defense armv
Jordan has the job of bedevilling
jne frontier with the purpose of
u-mpiim; Krael into possible India
cretin,,. Egyp, has ,he role 0|-
Wncking the Suez and the Port of
Oath."
The Arab world has two hopes.
according u, McDonald"'That Is-
*' *'" brek 'tself with the tre
Mb job of trying to absorb
?Z ""'"''-'"ants and that sup
port from Jewish communities in
the United States, via the medium
of United Jewish Appeal and Sstate
of Israel Bonds, will diminish."
McDonald warned that the only
answer the Miami and Miami Beach
communities can give to this threat
is to prove by action that Jewish
support for Israel will not decline.
In conclusion h e stressed tRe
tirgency of providing additional
funds at this time through abe pur-
chase of State of Israel Bonds.
McDonald was introduced by-
Binder and thanked by David
Uchill. prominent Denver business
man and a member of the Board of
Governors of State of Israel Bonds.
Vaudeville Scheduled
f"ur vaudeville acts ;i, both if
""'" and evening session*, plus
-n mush by Betty Lee Taylor,
anm",""""1 Vi8ltor "' :h<' fth
""I ..vater Miami Industrial
I;';"" al Dinner Key Audi
"' March 5,h hr8h 14th.
ha "" !" JW kWal
"wnent committee.
th|lh'; "position is to encourage
de in'.h '"anufac,^ good"
and Teater Miami area
hibit,rs'A!"i,U'd to draw 2 ex
v.s,t,,rs i Upward of *00(m
"rs "Milan said.
the,hor,'oytheCU>'ofl,iami-
**'^Lr1 a,,lim atlrart
Ther c,urer8 to the area.
lo.ooo*,'.' ""* 1'300 P,anU making
jsrjftr, '"'s anfl employing about
^ to VEux"0"" he' -
Flagler Musical Comedy
To Run Three Nights
Flagler-Granada Jewish Commu-
nity Center's forthcoming produc-1
tion. Fanny Get Your Gun. will be j
shown for three nights perform-1
ances Saturday, February 20th. and
Sunday. February 21st, and Satur-
day. February 27th.
The show, an original musical
comedy written by Mickey Gittle-
si.n and Miriam Schiff and di-
rected by Ed Moore, has a cast of
20all members of the Center.
Dr. Nearing to Speak
Dr. Scott Nearing, noted sociolo-
gist, will be guest speaker on Sat
urday afternoon, 3:30 p.m.. at the
Spinoza Outdoor Forum on the
lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham
Wolfson, 11th Street and Ocean
Court. Dr. Nearing will discuss:
The Illusion Of National Security.
He is former Professor of Econom-
ics at the University of Pennsyl-
vania and former Dean of the Col-
lege of Arts ami Sciences at Toledo.
Suez Canal Question May Put United
Nations into Long Period of inaction
Steinbaum will Speak
At Yiddisher Forum
Israel Steinbaum will be princi-
pal speaker at a meeting of Der
yiddisher Forum on Saturday eve-
ning, February 13th. 8 p.m., at
Kneseth Israel Congregation.
Steinbaum will discuss: The Fu-
ture Of Bi-Lingualism In American
Jewish Life. Der Yiddisher Forum
is a weekly function sponsored by
the Greater Miami VIVO Commit
tee.
Mrs. Palmer is Hostess
Mrs Sidney 1'almer was hostess
Wednesday at her home, 304 SW
2nd Avenue, Miami, to members of
the Miami Chapter, American Jew-
ish Congress The program includ-
jed a Board meeting and a fund-
raising luncheon and card party.
Mrs. Meyers Opens
Campaign for Post
Of Circuit Judge
Campaign of Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers, a member of the Dade
County School "Board, a Miami
Beach attorney and a civic worker,
is under way for the post of Cir-
cuit Court Judge in Croup 5.
Mrs. Meyers qualified late in
January and has already opened
campaign headquarters at 18 NVV
1st Avenue.
lira Meyers waa appointed to
the School Board last November
by Acting Governor Charley Johns
She has declared that, while run-
ning in the Circuit Judge race,
she will continue to perform her
school duties is the Board member
from District 5. which includes
Miami Beach and the north county
area.
Mrs. Meyers this week assured
Dade countians that she will not
carry her campaign into the
schools in any way. Before coming
to Miami Beach in 1934, Mrs. Mey-
ers lived in Connecticut and New
York.
Her background includes that of
a rural school teacher, nurse, so-
cial work and the study of law.
She has served with the rank of,
lieutenant in New York City's
Crime Prevention Bureau and in
the Emergency Belief Administra-
tion with 150 investigators work-
ing under her.
Mrs. Meyers received the law
degree in New York in 1928. and
was admitted to the bar there in
1932. She was admitted to the
Dade County Bar in 1936.
She has v, rved on the Dade
County Community Chest Budget
Committee, membei of 'he coun-
ty's Welfare Planning Council, is
a past president of the Jewish So-
cial Service Bureau, an office she
held 3 years, and has served as
secretary and trustee of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation.
She is a member of the Miami
Soroptomist Club and of the Mi-
ami Beach. Dade and Florida Bar
Associations.
Mrs Meyers is married to Ben-
jamin Meyers, a Miami Bottled
Gas Company executive. They re-
side at 820 West Di Lido Island.
Miami Beach.
Continued from Pag* 2 A
the Egyptian complaint, he might
have something to say on it as it
Waa the procedure of the Council
to adopt its agenda at each meet-
ing
Complaint "Spurious"
The pending battle in the Secur-
ity Council was preceded by a!
mimeograph machine due which'
left LN reporters agape. It was '
opened by distribution of an Egyp
tian delegation handout charging
the Israeli Government with filing
a "spurious complaint" against
Egypt with the Security Council to
cover up the 'moral damage suf-
fered by Israel as a result of the
recent condemnation of its butch-
ery of innocent Arab men, women
and children" at Kibya.
The Israeli complaint that Egypt
is violating a Security Council
resolution and the Israel-Egyptian
armistice agreement by its block-
ade at the Suez Canal against Is-
rael-bound shipping was character-
ized by the Egyptian statement as a
"three-barrelled gun designed for ,
Arab hatred-blazing, Israel's cen-
sure-erasing and Zionist fund rais-
ing."
The significance of gcographi- '
Cal distortions," the statement con-
tinued, "spell out at the very out-
set of an official memorandum to
the Security Council by calling the
Gulf of Aqaba that of Eilat. can-
not fail to give rise to further mis-
giving! regarding Zionist expan-
sion in the Middle East."
Statement "Ridiculous"
The Israeli delegation charac-
terized the Egyptian statement as
"one of the most ridiculous state-
ments in international history and
literature" and said it showed "a
spirit of complete and intran-
sigeant desperation."
The statement, the Israelis charg-
ed, "failed to touch in any substan-
tive manner upon the central fea
turps of Israel's complaint."
Egypt's position, the Israelis declar-
ed, was defined by the Security
Council in 1952 as an "illicit abuse
of Egypt's rights and obligations
The Israeli statement added that
"Egypt now faces the just indigna-
tion of world opinion over this da
fiance of international law and [
arbitrary interference with the
rights and interests of Israel and
of other maritime countries."
The Washington Daily News
meanwhile said editorially this
week that Israeli's complaint ti
the United Nations on the Egyp
tian blockade "is a commendable
step, deserving the utmost effor
and backbone of the Secufit-
CtP'noiL"
The editorial called Egypt's vi :
lation ol tne Jf5l Security Pounci
order to end the Suez Canal block
ade against Israel shipping "a flag
rant case."
Calls for Hebrew High Schoo
A Hebrew Academy High Schoo
to be located in the Miami are;
with a full secular and Hebrev-
program, was urged this week, b;.
Prof. Sidney B. Hoenig. chairman
Division of Jewish Studied at Ye
shiva University, New York, aov.
visiting Miami. Prof. Hoenig madt
the statement at an administrative
meeting of the Academy here.
Hebrew School to Meet
Miami Hebrew School and Con
gregation will have a regular meet
ing Wednesday evening. February
17th. 8 p.m.. it has been announce!
by H. M. Drewich. president
KJaa>r^v.
Louis Adler and his orchestra
provide dance music for pc-
trons at swank LaRue's res-
taurant and supper club.
Carmen Cavallaro is featur-
ed.
ADRIAN McCUNE COMPANY
APPRAISERS COUNSELORS
ADRIAN McCUNE, M.A.I.
MARION C. McCUNE, M.A.I.
FIRST FEDERAL BUILDING
MIAMI
Kstahlished 1914
Variety Club Sets Show
For Children's Hospital
Announcement of the Variety
Club Show Of Shows on Tuesday,
February 16th, has started the Mi-
ami Beach Auditorium box office
"buzzing with activity." according
to Claude Bitter, auditorium man-
ager who is chairman of the Ticket
Committee for the benefit show for
Variety Children's Hospital. The
show starts at 9 p.m.. with all pro-
ceeds for the local hospital.
For the seventh year in a row,
L2 Rhode will lead the orchestra
for the show which is slated to run
"for hours and hours and hours."
Sid Franklin is again slated to han-
dle the backstage and production
chorea.
Mrs. Bfmutr Mtycrt


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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY
Opera Guild Slates
Verdi Work Here
An American soprano singing
her first engagement in Miami and
an American contralto returning
after one successfnl performance
lure will lean] up as the two IV
ni.ilc leads in the Opera Guild of
r Miami's production of n
Xrovator'e UiK month*
Astrfd Vji'iay. whose reputation
as a dramatic soprano is growing
yearly, and Claramae Tinner, who
will be remembered by Miamians
for her fine singing in the Guild's
1951 Die Fledermaus, will sing re-
peclively the roles of Leonora and
Miss Turner
Miss Varnay
Azucena in the Verdi opera sched-
uled for Dade County Auditorium
February 27th and March 3rd and
Miami Beach Auditorium on March
1st.
The role ol Leonora's lover. Man-
rico. will be sung by Jussi Bjerling.
Robert Weede, who's been popular
in previous Guild roles, will sins
Count di Luna. All four singers are
Metropolitan Opera favorites
Miss Varnay received unusually
high praise for her performance at
last summer's Bayrouth Festival
and has become one ol the depend-
able singers of Wagner roles al
the Metropolitan.
Claramae Turner started her
career in the chorus of the San!
Francisco Opera company and en
tered the Metropolitan in 1046 as
its youngest member. Her debut
was in the title role of Menotti's
The Medium, which was also the
world premiere of the opera. She
now has an operatic repertoire of
i ver 75 roles,
Jerome Rubinowitz
To be Honored at
Beach Center
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritua
leader of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, will present the Ner Tamid
.' medal, the highest Boj Scout re
ligious award to Jerome Rubino
wiU at the !i a.m. Saturday son
ice on Pebruan 13th in the main
synagogue ol liie C nter.
Tin-fir:' M .!' ach Sc.uit It
receive the medal, Ferome was su
pervised bj Ra i>i Lehrman ami
Saul Rabin, educ iti< nal i! rector "i
the Center, in his pn paration to
meet the re |u.......ents The N >r
Tamid medal repre ents ill c en
pletion <>t a -, i. ;tu lies cover
ng the areas ol w -!i practices
history and traditi m, ..- well a-
service to the syna? iguc md com-
munity lite. Rabbi Lehrman ex
plained.
The medal i- framed bj a bin''
.ml white ribbon, the colors ol the
ancient prayer -bawl, and has at-
tached a min..itare "I the Ner Ta
mid lamp, eternal light, which
hangs over lie- Hoi) Ark.
In honor ol lb-' occasion, Je
rome, son id' Mr. and Mr- Sidney
Rubinowitz, will chant I he Hal
torah during the st n ice He is a
paired leader and life scout of
Troop 45 and is the bead den chief
of Cub Pack 63 of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center, Harry .1
Sonz, Boy Scout official, announces
that all scouts and cubs are invited
to witness the ceremony.
Dr. Morris Klienman. of Miami Beach (extreme right), was hosl
to a group of Shriners foi dinner at Ruby's Restaurant. Left to
: are S. H. Cohen, cf California, Meyer Felsher, Murray
Baum and Dr. Lou Novak, all of Miami Beach.
Waldman is Host To Hebrew Academy
Hebrew Academy Journal on: What The Academy Means To
ih
Committee this week announced a
alke on Saturday evening,
February Kith. 330 pin., at the
Hotel, 1141 Ocean Drive
Hi hlighl Ol lb" evening will be
musical selections rendered by the
famous boy Cantor, Lazarke Ber
:, i \:-., scheduled is a commu-
nity -in.; of both religious and Is-
raeli songs, led by Alex Miller
Seymour Spotter, senior pupil of
the Hebrew Academy, will speak
Me Rev. Joseph Waldman, host for
the evening, will also act as toast
Jewish Humor Discussed
Solomon B. Komaiko will the Miami Beach Israel z ^
'ne, on Wednesday. !.',,,,'; \l\
at the organization-u,,kK '
eon in the Ritz Plaza li ,., s1(.
ject of Komaiko-s addn is .,,v.
l-b Humor.
CARMEN
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Oneg Shabbat to Honor
New Hadassah Members
An Oneg Shabbat, honoring new
member, of the Hanna Senesch
Group of Hadassah, will be held
at the home ..l Mr- Murra) Sch
wartzman, ii22f> Alton Road, on
February 13th at 1:30 p.m.
Mrs Henry J Nelson is chair-
man. The musical program is be-
ing arranged by Mrs Irwin Wein-
stem Mrs. William Keuer will wel-
come new member- who will learn
ol Hadassah's undertaking in Is-
rael.
Mrs Mark I.ackman is co-chair
man. assisted by the Mesdames
Benjamin Kohl, Sarah Holland.
Herman Philips, Abe Robinson,
Jack Muravchick and Jack Silver-
man.
Music, Arts League
Slates Program
Thursday in Miami
Miami Beach Music and Arts
I eague will present a program on
Thursdav. February 18th, 8.30 p.m..
at 2131 SW 21st Terrace, according
to Miss Ruth Brotman.
Chief Yellow Thunder, of ten-
sion and radio fame, will present
in Indian costume authentic Amer-
ican Indian folk lore Hannah Kahn
will discuss trend- in Modern
Poetry.
Others to appear are Kstelle Pap
pas, Greek American pianist, who
will play a group ol Chopin and
Mana-Zuca compositions Bernard
Kletsky, violonist and member ol
Ihe University of Miami Orchestra
Who Will play a group Of solo-; and
Susan Talianoff, 13-year-old so
prano, who will sing a group of
operatic anas, accompanied by
her teacher. Carole D'Arcy.
Mrs Dorothy Cole will be hostess
of the evening.
I #4Vnf Uoodiv!
i
Israelite Center Meeting
The Israelite Center will hold a
Hoard meeting at the (enter on
Tuesday evening, 8 p.m., with
I'avid Granat, chairman of the
Board, presiding.

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A synagogue, to be called North
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According to Rev. Guttman. Sab-
bath services are already being
held regularly at 9 a.m. at 3681
NW 2nd Street.
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flroAYjHWARY
12. 1954
Obituaries
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...THA CORDON QOLDtMITH
8,,.I, \\V r-'ml I'lace, pasey-d away
- WXRe
. i y her huabainl, Louis;
" i v. V lirandt; one broth-
ffi. llnrd'iiii: two slider*, Batty
"V. ,nd Mai Kleenman; and her
""dL Mi- Annie < Services
' Lviiruaiv let at the Miami
_
DR. MAX ROSENJHAL
r",ii "in Street, died on Feh-
'* In. wife. Flora; two dauali-
ui-. InKii'l Friedman anil Mm.
id two g.an.lcliil-
! Mi-ki ruilinan and Johnny
"'''. |. .. ii.,n Service* wera on
{ ,.. Miami Klveralda,
I Mount Slnal Ceme-
nt. of xm Blaoayne street ,ii..,i lin
February znd in ., i,,,,,, hoaolUJ a
..mod painting ,,.,,,,,. ,.",,;).
fr.,m Newark, Slew Jeraey, five i .
{ w*vlm are ,.., ,.,,,-. ,,v ,
Meyer, Hlmpe and Edward; and iwd
mI'u,"'".'-"-!^'''; ?a"} S"vHI ami \ I"
Kittle i.c.ldHinlih. bervlcea and in
';""< were In Newark, with Itlv --
side Memorial chapel In charae of
local arrangement.
., MORRIS LEVINSON
N, OX Detroit, winter visitor here
for Ij years, died Ml February 1st
in a local hospital ii.- ilH a r;.nred
real -t"i<- operator He li mjrvlved
h> hie wife and tine.- sen-. including
Aaron l.evlnson of Miami Beach lie
alao leaves a daughtei Set vl< ei and
miei mem were In Detroit, with Rtt
--I.i. Memorial Chanel in charm of
arrangementa.
ABRAHAM S. GREENBERO
r ,. 11(13 Indereon Road. Loral Oab-
,,l ,ii f. I.ruai i 7th In a lo.al
J* ii, i survived by hla aona,
,.,. and Joel iireenlK.ru,
M Sophie S<.lomon.
i t-bruary Ith at the
i;, i, nli intei meiit at
DAVID BLA8H
r ,; street, died net a.
win Ida, hi-
and tin--
He i;ininf
..... Brooklyn -Vi
,',:;> E3 .SSS, Freund Unveiling
, : on^MoSS^u,' The dedication of a monument to
J i, hi, llellman'a I-uncial I the memory
I : arrangements.
SAM OLESHANSKY
jj |nt, tni lure from Hetrolt.
MAX GRAUER
61, of Woodmen-. |.,,i,K laland, New
York, iileil on rebruar) in Minn.
Beach Riverside waa in charge of lo-
cal arraiiKementx
Freund. fornwny is
Street, Miami fcach, will take
place Sunday. Pebruary'4th, 2 p.m.
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Mr. Freund
is survived by his wife. fLsteile. and
two daughters, Lucille and Ruth.
Arrangements are in charge of Pal-
mer's Miami Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
Sunday, February
RiveraM* was in
darp '' "^nl"-
JOSEPH N. FRANKEL
a a ainti'i ^ sltur here from l,ouls-
, .,1 on Saturday,
y. Miami Beach River*
ig< of arrangements.
ELVIRA ZEEMAN
Hi Street. (iolden
dieil on Saturday, February
Rlverefae waa in
-'""ma
NATHAN SIEGEL
tteet, died on Satur-
i iordon'a M la ml
,. uuel waa i" l name
. nta.
BERNARD FRANK
III at tin- Naval
Ki ^ West, died in h
Kebruery Irui. !!
If I Ke\ \VY-t
Rent B........ the I 'In n -
numbing Board 1 urand Rapids. Mich.. L Aaron and
Leslie I. of Chicago, and Marvin L.
of Miami, also a daughter. Mrs.
Adele G. Weinhaus of Chicago. Ar-
rangements are in charge of Pal-
mer's Miami Monument Company,
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
i Cohodes Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Joseph
H. Cohodes. will take place Sun-
day. February 4th at 2:30 p.m. at
Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi
David Shapiro officiating. Mr. Co-
hodes is survived by her wife.
Esther and four sons. David, of
I ughtei I, liar
I Namy Sue: two
Frank and Jack
Mian. mil hi* parents, Mr. ana
0 i i. i also ol Miami
i I,, uary ith. ith
pel In linn He of
I I i04*
ISAAC GILLIS
. .s r-t Street, died on
) Inn' I inei al Haxne
i. M lint Re ol arrange.
Fir
of M
ment-.
MAX WISEMAN
' Ml llli StriST, III
i ;rtMn r*um ral
hai ii' iif af
U:
HARRY TELLISH
s\V street, died on Keb-
i i ,-,i n net of ir
he came here alx
Beqler School to Have
Party on Friday
The Beglt-r School valentine par-
I) will be held on Frliay, Febru-
ary 12th
Children will present a program
of Mings, dances and playlets fea-
turing Mark 1'ress. the Valentine
Mailman; Helene Keinbefg, Queen
ol Hearts; Alan Barkoff. King of
tarts; ami a supporting cast from
the children of the lower and up-
per kinder.,,ri,n and first and sec-
ond grade-
Mandel Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Max ty
Mandel. formerly of- 7940 Byron
'Avenue, will take jtfaee Sunday.
February Uth/lfpilf^t Mt. SttSi
Memorial Park Cemetery with Rab-
bi Alfred Waxman officiating. Mr.
Mandel is survived by his wife
Sarah and two sons, Phil and
Frank. Arrangements are in charge
of Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
Cantor Kusevitsky to
Stop at Hotel Good
Famed Cantor ol Warsaw, Moshe
h;"'Mtzky. will give a concert at
"ie Miami Beach Jewish Center on
february 17th
toring his stay jn Miami Beach
newiil be the guest of his friends,
r -* Kamily' at their Hotel
wwi n the ocean at 43rd Street.
"-anlor Kusevitzky is the pos-ses-
w of one ,,i the greateSt tenor
'ces of his neneration.
fashi
"on Show Slated.,
for Temple Beth Sholem
Pr. ,'"" B,,lliufl of 1954 will be
W lunch-'--1' a"n~' Si?ter^00J11 Miami "Monument
Kurtz Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Samuel
M. Kurtz, formerly of 3519 SW 9th
Terrace, will take place Sunday,
February 14th at 1 p.m. at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Morris
Skop officiating. Mr. Kurtz is sur-
vived by his wife Bertha; two sons,"
Henry and Martin; also a daughter,
Judith; one brother, Herman, and
a sister. Rose Witt, both of Chi
cago. Arrangements are in charge
of Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
Siegel Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Annie Sie-
gel, formerly of 1001 Pennsylvania
Avenue, will take place Sunday.
February 14th at 2 p.m.. at Mt
Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff officiating. Mrs. Siegel
is survived by her husband, Sam;
two sons, Aaron and Jacob; a
daughter, Frances Levine, and a
brother, Henry Brill. Arrange
ments are in charge of Palmer's
Company
Sholom u- .0l Jemple Beth Friends and relatives are asked to
Bf"nilBfLSSS *________.
^ W33SUUB North Shore Cord Parly
h^ Simon Wolff, a Board mem-
and LSjJn*rin8 'he fashion show,
Mrs L cMJ?uncc B Shei> ""
thehmJi "" ""'' <-<>-chairmen of
bpSr *V<- Sidnes Schwartr
,h*event "rman Procted of
Member* of the North Shore
Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will
hold an annual luncheon and card
party on Tuesday. February 16th.
Mrs. Charles Miller. 1215 North
Biscayne Point Road, and Mrs. Abe
of b,,,l K" towards the support Hecht. 1205 North Biscayne Point
hirh,' cn"'"m's Religious School Road, will open their homes for
lect. Sls,erh.....Is principal pro-
the affairs. General chairman is
Mrs. George Levenson.
9'nvvilinti of Monument* to Memory
Th Vh* s"*f**W Sunday
me dedication of a monument to
------------------ M UK -II II II If -fl I 1%J
tne memories of Judge Jack J Ro-
sen and his wife. Shirley Rosen,
formerly of 201 West San Marino
Drive, will take place Sunday, Feb-
ruary 14th. 3 p.m.. on Mount Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery, with Rab
bi Moses Mescheloff officiating.
Judge Rosen is survived by his
two sons. Norman and Richard; his
parents. Isidore and Katie Rosen;
and a sister. Mrs. Mildred Free-
man. Mrs. Rosen is survived by her
sons, Norman and Richard, and her
parents, Uo and Deborah Meyer.
Mr. Rosen was an associate Judge
of Miami Beach Municipal Court,
a past president of Miami Beach
Junior Chamber of Commerce, sec-
retary of the Miami Beach Flamin-
gos, a member of the Miami Beach
Lodge of B'nai B'rith and a mem-
ber of BPO Elks No. 1601.
He was also a member of Hibis-
cus Lodge F & AM, Miami Beach,
Dade County, Florida and Amer-
ican Bar Associations, Congrega-
tion Beth Jacob and a member of
the Scottish Rite and Shrine.
He was a member of the law firm
of Meyer, Weiss & Rosen.
Mrs. Rosen was a Past Worthy
Matrfm of the Emunah Chapter No.
175 of the 'fch-de-f of the Eastern
Star and a member of the Miami
Beach Anna Miller Circle.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives
asked to attend.
are
Simkowitz Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Phillip Sim-
kowitz, formerly of 4333 Pinetree
Drive. Miami Beach. ^Ii take place
Sunday, February 14thi at 1:30 p.m.
at Mt. Nebb CemetCf^With Rabbi
Leon Kronish officiating. Mr. Sim-
kowitz is survived by his wife Bina;
a son Isidore B.; a daughter, Mrs.
Florence Broner, and a brother,
Chaim; also seven grandchildren.
Arrangements are in charge of Pal-
mer's Miami Monument Company.
Friends and relatives arc asked to
attend.
LEGAL NOTICE
Judge Jack ffestn
Junior Hadossah Plans
"Snow Flurry" Dance
Elaine Wolf son, president of the
Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah,
has announced that the unit will
hold a "snow flurry" dance on Sun
day, February 14th. 9:45 p.in at
the Lombardy Hotel.
Fund raising chairman, Elaine
Schwartzman. said that all pro-
ceeds are for Junior Hadassah's
Children's Village in Israel.
Members of the Fund Raisins
Committee are Ona Kaplan, Ruthe
Dixon, Judy Wayne and Myrna
Wasserman.
Weekly Card Game Set
The Stephen S. Wise Group of
Hadassah will hold its weekly min-
yon card game for Youth Alijah at
the Monte Carlo Hotel on Thurs
day, February 8th. 1 p.m.
Dr. Narot in Talk
The story of the Bible from the
point of view of Reform JudAism
will be the subject of a lecture by
Dr. Joseph R. Narot. Rabbi of
Temple Israel, at the Men's Club
meeting of the Temple on Tuesday
evening, February 16th. 8:15 p.m.
President Harold Friedman is Pro-
gram Committee chairman. Hy
Kaplan and Morton Grant are in
charge of arrangements.
Beth David Sisterhood
Plans Festival Luncheon
The Beth David Sisterhood will
hold its annual strawberry festival
luncheon and card party on Thurs-
day, February 18th, 12:30 p.m., in
the Beth David Auditorium.
Chairman of arrangements is
Mrs. Nathan Spiegelman, and co-
chairman, Mrs. Isidore Berman.
Hostesses are the Mesdames Sam
Badanes, Harold Berney, Max
Handshu, Sidney Kaplan, David
Parnes, Sidney Pozen. Morris
Rabinowitz, Irvin Sirkin and Her
man Tragash.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 166277
T. C. KRKI.l.. rialntiff.
FLORENCE B. I ItKI.I.. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: FLORENCE B. KRELL
C/O Irvinir Kinenman I>m
ii W. Waahlnaton si
Chicago L-. Illinois
Vi'I ARE HKKEHV NOTIFIED
thai miit for divorce ha.** been HW'il
aKuinxt you In th- iibuve atyletl Court.
and you are hereby required iii file
copy of your Anawer to the Complaint
Tot Divorce fiiwi acalnal you on the
Plaintiff.s Attorney*, BISHOP AND
I'KI.MI. I3S KtalMh Drle, Hlaleuli,
Florida, ami file the original said Ans-
wer In th.- office o( th,- Clerk of the
above Htyled Court, on or before the
12th da) of March, IM4, otherwlae .1
Decree Pro Confeaao will be ontafed
against you.
Hated at Miami, Dtflte County, Flor-
ida, ini- th da\ nf Febi uai >. lS'-t.
K Ii LEATHERMAN,
cierk of the Circuit I'
of i i.mI.- i 'ottntv, Florida
By w.M W. STOCK IN ti
Hepim i'lerk
t/11-lt-II 3/3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1662tS
ii.si: Ri m;.\i,, Plaintiff,
EMANl'EL ROOAL, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: EMANL'EL Kim;aL.
:,f,ii W. ISJnd St.,
New York It. New York
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a hill of complain) for dlvo
Iibh been filed acainst you, and )
are raQulred to lerve copy of yaa
answer or pleading to Bald hill 61
complaint upon the plaintiff's all01 -
nev, SA.MI-KI. VOOELBAl'M, ttH
s k Ind Avenue, Miami :'.-'. Florida,
ami fib- the original answer or plead-
ing in tin- office of Ihe Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the IStll
da) "f March, li.'.l If you fail t.. do
so. Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded In
the lull of complaint
DATED al Miami. Hoi Ida. this 10th
day of February, ItM
K. It. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
B) w.M w STOCKING,
Pepuiv Clerk
J IL'-ID-ZS 3 :_______________________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 166232
JOHN MAODALANY, Plaintiff,
va,
FRANCES MAORALANY, Defendant,
TO: FRANCE8 M tODALANY
i_'n 7i h A i-nui-
Brooklyn, New York
You are required to aerra copy ol
your .niswii to the Hill of Complaint
for ln\oi.....I, tip. plain tiff a attorney,
and to file the original anawer In the
offli of the Cleek of the Cln i l
Court on or before c- i".ih da) of
M;ir h, .\ 1954: otherwlae, the Bill
,,r Compla ni for Divorce, heretofore
i i. i herein, will be taken as confeaa-
,-il h\ rou
l lati i ai Miami. I'loiida. this the
t'th day of I- ebruarj 1931
i: i: LEATHERMAN,
cieik of the Circuit Court,
i de i '"'inn l-"loi Ida
fCIn ;iit i 'ourt Heal)
B) w.M W ETOCKINO,
lieputv Clerk
Name and Addreaa of
I'lalnlifi"- Solicitor:
MILTON \ FRIEDMAN
in^:i Seybold BulMlnt, Miami. Florid!
) U-l-M I 1
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 27852-B
RE: ESTATE <>F
PAl'L CHANTON, Deceaaed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Ii hereby given that I have
filed m> final report and petition for
Final Hlm-hante as Kxecutrix of the
.-t.it. ..I PAUL CHANTON, deceaaed
and that on the Mh day of March,
1H.-.4. I will apply to the Honorable
County Judges of Dade County, Flor-
ida, for approval of Bald fin il report
and for final discharge as Kxecutrix
of the Batata of PAUL CHANTON,
deceased.
ThU Mh dav of February, 1934
ROSA CHANTON .1 ^COBJ
MTER8, HE!MAN .v KAPLAN
a ttoi ne'.- for Executrix
2 iz-ia-M 3 s _____________
BS
ojGUST BROS RV|
' h ri" nn/' ___
\?)
Oedivated to the Jesrifth Muttic Month
3rd "SHIR HASHIRIM" CONCERT
(SONG Of SONGS)
Given y fee
Jewish Folk thoniM of Greater Miami
IBVINC R. KMUNMAN, Coadecter
Sunday. Febraary 2Kih. 8::i# p.m.
of Ihe
3liami Beach Auditorium
PROGRAM
1.
GUEST ARTISTS
Ensemble
Comeoied ef membert af
the Symphony Orcheitra af
Hie Unhrersity ef Miami
2. Mary Davits
lyric Saarnae
3. Irving R. Korenman
in Pioae Sales
'IZVil BRIDtR"
(TWO UI0THUS)
The Immortal Oratorio
Poem by I. L Pereti
Mask by Jacob Schaefer
accompanied by
Symphonic Ensemble
"UDtRKRANTZ"
AN ALBUM Of
American, Jewish and
Israeli Songs
FRANCES WARSOWE
"f]bf Hie Piane


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+JeistiFkrldtori
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12. io<.
American Notables ... Jacob Philadelphia: The Jew of 1783
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
(Harry Simonholt's column, constituting a series entitled,
, Imen'con Notables, is being published by The Jewish f/oridinn
s part of the tercentenary celebration of Jewish settlement in
he United States.-The Editors.)
Mystery attaches to the first Jew born in Pennsylvania.
Ve know neither his birth year nor the name of his par-
nts. Under the assumed name of Jacob Philadelphia, he
[ ttained fame in Europe as lecturer, scientist, mystic, as-
' rologer and magician.
In 1750, Jacob sailed for England, armed with a recom-
mendation that got him an appointment in the experi-
mental laboratories belonging to the Duke of Cumberland
low he got training for scientific experimentation in a
parsely settled land without the facilities for elementary
earning remained an open question until answered by
ulius F. Sachse. This investigator unearthed a community
! -t mystics who lived near Philadelphia at the close of the
',. 7th century. In this communistic group known as "Worn-
, n of the Wilderness" were Rosicrucian pietists who lived
J 'n seclusion as hermits and cultivated the Jewish Cabala
with other occult speculations. One of them, Dr. Chris
, opher Witt, practiced medicine and lived in semi-retire-
nent at Germantown.
This Dr. Witt was reputed to be a botanist and astrono-
mer. He had knowledge of Cabalistic and esoteric lore; ho
eemed well versed in physics, chemistry, horology and
he mechanical arts. Astrology fitted in with his astron-
my as the occult with the scientific. All this amazing
earning would perish in the wilderness of a new world
inless passed on to disciples. It appears that the German
loctor imparted his science and learning, the mystical
nd the occult, to the Jewish lad thirsting for knowledge
n the woodlands of Pennsylvania surrounded hy red
avages.
The letter from Dr. Witt had great weight with Lord
lenry Frederick. Duke of Cumberland, who became patron
o the American student. Jacob spent several years "ii
he Duke's estate. He studied mathematics and perfected
limself fn ihe mechanical sciences. When the Duke died
n 1758. Jacob was proficient enough to lecture before
earned societies in England and the universities on the
ontinent.
Age of Reason
The 18th century was curious blend of contrasts
Against the Divine Right of kings revolutions were brew-
ing. In the face of despotic churches, a widespread deism
and agnosticism prevailed. In this era of aufklacrung
(enlightenment! the Inquisition was still roasting heretics
in Spain and Portugal. Learning and philosophy attained
high respect, vet ignorance was rampant. Mechanical and
physical sciences began to astonish with their marvels,
while the popular mind quaked under superstitious ter-
In this combination of reason and obscurantism
Giuseppe Balsame. an Italian physician calling himself
Count Cagliostro. could befuddle even the intelligent
with his charlatanry Casanova, a talented rascal, passed
for a wandering philosopher. The Austrian Dr. Franz
Anton Mesmer. who gave his name to the new phenome-
non of hypnotism, had to indulge in mummery and quack
erv at hi> seances.
' Jacob Philadelphia had qualifications for this Euro-
pean ambivalence ol erudition and necromancy, of reason
and mysticism, of physics and astrology, of science and
crystal gazing. For good fees he delivered lectures before
learned bodies and groups not so learned. While demon-
strating scientific experiments, tie evidently was not above
resorting to hocus-pocus. Consequently, he impressed his
contemporaries as part scientist and part magician, as a
combination of physicist and sorcerer, of pioneer in the
mechanics of submarines and astrologist. He traveled ex-
tensively, probably to Egypt. India, and even to Portugal.
just beginning to >hake off the incubus of the Inquisition.
A Practical Joke
Success and fame usually provoke envy. Jacob Phila-
delphia became the butt of some racy, if not malicious,
satire on the occasion of his scheduled lectures before
the University of Gottingen A wag printed a number of
derisive pasquinades and posted them all over the place.
They announced the coming by post-chaise, "although it
would have been an easy matter for him to have come
through the air," of the renowned magician, who two
centuries earlier in Venice had thrown a ball of twine
into the clouds and climbed the rope until out of sight.
Ironically the wit list- seven superhuman tricks for each
performance al one Thaler admission. Perhaps the joker
meant nothing more harmful than rollicking fun hut th
travesty seemed too vicious for the scientific lecturer wh
could not see the humor. Immediately on seeing th
posters, he left Gottingen with his retinue. Nothing coiin
induce him to return or ever to address the university
By 1783. Jacob surmised the American Revolution to
be over. Probably tired of travel, he prepared to becom
a man of affairs by utilizing his knowledge of America6
and Prussian business. He drafted a letter to the Ron!
Director of Maritime Affairs for Prussia, hoping it would
reach Frederick the Great. It contains sound observations
on the benefits that would accrue to Prussia by establish
ing commercial relations with the new American Republic
He enumerates the commodities and. manufactured nro
ducts that could be exchanged and suggests a trading com
pany to handle the business at great profit to the share-
holders. Of course, Jacob offers his services as the best
expert on American matters in Europe. The letter was
ignored; yet the following year King Frederick signs uo
with the USA a commercial treaty, which subsequently
embodied the ideas set out by the "magician-scientist "
Lost in Obscurity
The career of Jacob Philadelphia is shrouded in ob-
scurity. In fact, he was completely forgotten but for a
small engraved portrait hanging on the walls of the
Pennsylvania Historical Society. Starting with this photo
Dr. Sachse has traced his story in the files of German uni-
versities. No evidence has been discovered of any Jewish
associations. His picture revals strong Dutch features, ft
would have been as easy to suppress his Jewish origin
as the family name. Perhaps he did. It was no religious
sacrifice, for like most eminent men of his time he was
no doubt, a deist or agnostic.
As a professing Jew, he could hardly have received
invitations to lecture before learned societies at a time of
religious intolerance, when Jews were shut up in the
ghettos of Germany and Italy. Yet the German sources do
stale he was Jewish. On returning to his birthplace, he
seems to have had no affiliations with his brethren in
Philadelphia. Evidently he could not find his place in the
new world and returns to Europe. The time or place of
his death is unknown.
Sinsburg Named
-o-Chairmcn of
Testimonial Here
Samuel Reinhard. chairman of
he David I.evinson testimonial
inner scheduled fur March 7th
t the Victor Hotel, has announced
he appointment as co-chairman of
fathan Ginsburg, owner of the
trath-Haven Hotel and prominent
I ivic and religious leader.
Rabbi P. Briskman. Professor at
'eshiva Torah Vodaath. represent-
ng the Theological Seminary dur-
ng his stay in Miami, said that
Ginsburg has been active for
Bany years in Torah Vodaath and
las been one of its leading offi-
ers since the Yeshiva was
ounded."
Co-chairing the dinner with Gins-
iurg are Rabbi Joseph Waldman.
i the Victor Hotel, and A. B.
hen, key Mizrachi leader.
In accepting the appointment.
Jinsburg stated. "Torah Vodaath
as served American Jewry for
lore than 40 years. The 1.500 stu-
ent body originating from some
8 countries is ample evidence of
he vital role it plays in Jewish
ducation. I am happy to be asso-
iated with an institution dedicat-
d to the perpetuation of our heri-
age and faith."
Rabbi Briskman further revealed
hat Yeshiva Torah Vodaath has
ecently established a Western
(ranch in Los Angeles, with a stu-
nt body of close to 100 pupils.
Nathan Ginsburg
3en-Gurion Branch
To Install Officers
Ben-Gurion Branch. Farband,
' "ill meet on Wednesday evening,
'ebruary 17th, 8 p.m.. at Beth El
; 'ongregation, according to Dr.
i larry H. Queen, president.
. Officers will be installed by Ben
?:'riedman. with Abe Hamlin speak-
ig.
In addition to Dr. Queen, other
I fficers include Shlome Halperin.
[ice president; Sam Quasha, re-
tarding secretary; Blanche Quasha,
inancial secretary; Rubin Burn-
'lein, treasurer; Manuel Burstein,
ultural chairman; Mrs. Anna Sor-
-j Bild, publicity.
i S. Halperin, JNF chairman;
, iurnstein aid Dr. Queen, hospital-
er; B. Fraidlin, C. Furman and J.
, klar, executive officers.
Yavatvtl Svat
J. Fritz Gordon, former Circuit
Court Judge seeking nomination in
, the fifth group to succeed Judge
N. Vernon Hawthorne, retired, this
, week told volunteer workers he
would not appoint masters or re-
viewers in civil suits unless re-
quested by attorneys in the eases
"Cost of litigation should be
kept to a minimum." Gordon said.
The candidate, a member of the
Community Christian Church and
exalted ruler of the Coral Gables
Lodge of Elks, also is president
of the Miami Chamber of Com-
merce Better Business Bureau As
Bureau president, Gordon has
been reportedly responsible for the
tightening of city ordinances regu-
lating solicitors and requiring li-
censes and has further led the
fight against frauds in advertising
his supporters say.
Gordon, a 1924 graduate in law
at Mercer University, has been a
resident of the Greater Miami ana
since that time. He served as an
assistant county solicitor, in pri-
vate practice handling thousands
of civil suits and served two years
on the Circuit Court bench.
Yauna Zionists
lAst .ISfairs
Oneg Shabbat of the Miami
Young Zionist District will be held
on Friday evening. 8:30 p.m.. at
the home of Miss Marilvn Duchon,
901 SW 27th Road. Rabbi Dan
Marshlak will discuss immigration
in Israel.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman, spiritual
leader of the West Miami Jewish
Center, Will discuss the British and
their attitude toward the 1948 War
of Independence at the group's
regular meeting on Tuesday eve-
ning, February Kith. 8:30 p.m.. in
the Bureau of Jewish Education
building.
The home ol Harvey Cogeit, 1910
SW 17th Street, will "be the site of
the district's musical on Thursday
evening. February 18th. at 8:30
p.m.
Debs Chapter Names
Officers at Election
Miss Patty Pearlman has been
named president of the Debs Chap-
ter, B'nai B'rith Girls.
Other officers chosen at a re-
cent election of the organization
included the Misses Carol Stone,
vice president; Gail Fund, record-
ing secretary; Barbara Lefcourt.
j corresponding secretary; Judy Al-
I pert, treasurer.
The Misses Sue Schemer, chap-
lin, and Dawn Grossman, sergeant-
at-arms.
Judge Eaton to Speak
Weekly luncheon meeting of Mi-
ami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will
be held on Tuesday. February 16th,
12:15 p.m., at the National Hotel.
Judge Joe Eaton, of the Dade
County Circuit Court, will be guest
speaker.
Panel on Segregation in
Schools Set for Thursday
A panel discussion on the local
effects of a Supreme Court de-
cision to abolish segregation in the
public schools will be heard on
Thursday, evening, February 18th,
at 9 p.m., by the North Shore
Lodge and Chapter of B'nai B'rith.
Participating in the panel dis-
cussion will be Dr. Edward Van
Cleef, chairman of the Intergroup
Education Committee of Dade
County Teachers; Mrs. Mayme Wil-
liams, a teacher of Social Studies
at Booker T. Washington High
School; and Dr. Jacob Cunningham.
director of the Florida Regional Of-
fice 6f the National Conference of
Christians and Jews and a mem-
ber of the faculty at the Univer-
sity of Miami.
Gilbert Balkin, regional director
of the Anti-Defamation League,
will moderate the program.
West Flagler Kennel
Club Presents Round-up
For the fifth straight year. West
Flagler Kennel Club is presenting
the late sports round-up over sta
tion WQAM, according to an an-
nouncement this week.
Marshall Parsons give the sports
news, and Jack Stevens describes
the feature race at West Flagler.
The program is heard Monday
through Saturday at 10:48 p.m.

ner In ^Z^Z^^I^ "/* ^^ **Wy *nUy **** a ^
dent; H. D. Prensky vice presid 7 I?tandln9 (left to "9^ D. Robert Litowitx. pant pre*-
executive committeemen SmntJ*' ^m ThorPe. secretary-treasure*; and Stanley Sutnick,
Camp, new president. "* Robert KaPlun' preaident-ebw*. and Dr. Willard Van



ptp.v FEBRUARY 12, 1954
.^JmlsUhrkUan
Bi-Partisan Move
To Halt Sending
Arms to Arabs
Continued from Psflt 1 A
(,)mpanif
bv I I.. Kcmn. Wash-
ington representative of the Cuun-
Addressing a meeting of the Jew
j-li National Fund in New York,
Kiyor Robert F. Wagntr hit out
ihirply Ihi State Department's
pjmi 11> -i ii'l arms to Saudi Arab-
Iihiij [raqi n the groundi that the
as would be used against
Communism "Let me say that
Ihr shipment of arms to the Arab
itites c;ni only result in one thijig
-thecomplite undermining of any
attempt to achieve a perrfnrnent
peace between Israel and its sur-
roundinu neighbor*," the Mayor
; declared.
-It is utterly fantastic." he said,
"not to realize that the Arab na-
Boa* would use these arms against
ImeL There can he no question
in anyone'- tiiind that these weap-
ons would be used against the
State of Israel at a propitious time.
Time and time again have the Arab
states spoki n about a second round
sfsbutf the tiny State of Israel."
Addressii another meeting in
New York It a b b i Mordecai
Kirschblum president of the Mu-
nich! in. ation of America,
called Ameri an policy in refer-
ence tip the Middle Kast one of
"mafusion and cross purposes."
He insisted that this "shortsinht-
edness" thn itens "to set the stage
f">r new aggression by the Arab
n Israel."
rheFarl I Labor Zionist Order
km ipp< to President Fisen
kower and Si i retary of State John
Foster Dull* nol to send arms to
the Arab states, the organization
announced
In a letter from Lessing J. Ros-
enwald to \ istant Secretary By-
roade, made public last weekend.
the American Council for Jud;n-iii
asserted that there is no "Jewish
opinion" ..n the question of I'S
for the Arab" states. The
Council pre-ident declared that it
as up tn the State Department.
not "pressure croups," to decide
the questiihi
Referring to the policy of "im-
partiality and sympathy" for the
Peoples and nations of the Middle
Ea>t. enunciated by President Eis-
enhower and Secretary of State
Dulles, the Council letter express-
ed the hope that the State Depart-
ment would he left free to work
ut solutions lor the area without
the pressures of "partisan demo-
cratic blocs which have bedeviled
American policy in the area in the
pa>t."
Senator Alexander Wiley, ctiair-
man of the Senate Foreign Rela
nu Committee, meanwhile told
a meetmg of the pro-Arab Amen-
ca Friends of the Middle East
at for America to take a pro-
Jab or pro Israel approach in the
"sorted that primary consider-
*'n shold be given to the forma-
"on of a reglona, organization wid.
fi^an the Arab League.
PAGE 15 A
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Ginsburg to Head
Don Satin Campaign
Ben Zion Ginsburg, Miami Beach
realtor, has been appointed to di-
rect the campaign on Miami Beach
for Dan Satin, candidate for the
State Legislature in Group No. 2.
Ginsburg. local civic and frater-
nal worker, is former president of
the Miami Beach Apartment Asso-
ciation, member of the Presidents
Council of Miami Beach and a for-
mer member of the Miami Beach
Citizens Planning Committee and
Miami Beach Hotel Association
He is a director in the Miami
Beach Board of Realtors. Qiatburg
is also an officer in the Miami
Beach Jewish Center, Bureau of
Jewish Education, a life member of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, on the Board of the Hebrew
Academy and a member of the
Civic League and the Hibiscus Ma-
sonic Lodge.
Ginsburg announced that he will
call a meeting on Miami Beach in
the near future for the purpose ol
mapping out Satin's campaign, at
which time he will announce the
location of the Miami Beach cam-
paign headquarters.
Satin, who is running for the
seat vacated in Group No. 2, an-
nounced his platform, which in-
cludes provision for a lieutenant
governor, a turnpike to Jackson-
ville, no state income tax, increased
pay for teachers, expanded school
and recreational facilities, constitu-
tional revision, home rule, legisla-
tion to protect children from child
molesters and a reduction in auto
tag fees.
UM Gets Set to Marie Brotherhood
Week; Religious, Lay Leaders Participate
Universitv of UUni>. .,__...i i___,., w_ "
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University of Miami's annua,
Brotherhood at Miami Week will
Bt underway Tuesday, February
lfith. 8 p.m., with an interfaith
reception in the Student club open
to all students and faculty mem-
bers.
It will continue through Friday
February 18th, with nine members
of the Florida Chain of Missions.
Several oi them recently returned
from missionary service abroad.
Md local representatives of var-
ious faiths as guest speakers in
daily classroom and evening bull
sessions.
Feature of the reception will be
a panel discussion on the question:
Can Communism Survive In The
Orient? Panel members will be
.'Dr. and. Mrs. Kristian Jensen, of
Korea; Dr. Andrew T. Roy, of
Chinat Dr. Ida Scudder, of india;
Roscoe Brunstetter, UM trustee;
and George Brautigan, State At-
torney. Dr. H. Franklin Williams,
Dean of Students, will be moder-
ator, in
Other members of the visiting
group who will poin in addressing
students throughout BAM Week
are Pastor Achille Deodato, moder-
ator of the Waldensian Church of
Italy; Rev. Hikara Yanagihara, of
Japan; Dr. Clarence W. Crawford,
of Washington, D.C.; Mrs. Monica
Burrell Owen, specialist in Amer-
ican migrant problems; and Rev.
John Havea. of the Island of Tonga.
Dr. Joseph Narot. of Temple Is-
rael, Miami, will join local religious
group representatives in the lec-
ture and discussion programs.
breakfast meetings at the Baptist
Student Union, scheduled to begin
at 7:30 Wednesday through Friday,
and luncheons at the Student Club
from 11:30 to 1:30.
. Speakers will addresn classes
Wednesday through Friday and
will meet with the various campus
religious organizations Wednesday
evening and in bull sessions in the
Residence Malls Thursday evening.
Several of the visitors will par-
ticipate in Saturday night's UM
Round Table on WGBS at 9:30.
Topic for discussion will bes Eye-
witness Reports On Communism In
Asia, with Dr. Sydney W. Head.
chairman of the radio-television-
film department, as moderator.
Brotherhood at Miami Week is
sponsored each year by the Uni-
versity as part of its program to
stimulate student interest in reli-
gion. The faculty committee on
religious activities, of which Dr.
Melanie R. Rosborough is chair-
man, is in charge of arrangements.
Lee to Speak at Szold
Hadassah Meeting
Henrietta Szold Hadassah Group
will meet at the home of Mrs. Max
Greenberg. 1100 14th Street, on
February 17th at 1 p.m.
Charles H. Lee, noted astrono-
mer, lecturer and commentator,
will be the guest speaker. His
topic is: The Place Of The Jews
In Music.
Mrs. Harry B. Rogers is chair-
All participants will attend open' man of the discussion group.
Snow-Making Machine
To Lengthen Season
GROSSINGER. NYSkiing activ
ity is at an all time high at the
Grossinger Country Club. The re-
sort's new development, designed
by Hannes Schneider, is becoming
increasingly popular with skiing
enthusiasts.
Harry Grossinger says that the
current interest in skiing here is
the greatest in the 80-year history
of the hotel.
A snow-making machine, which
can manufacture flakes for skiiers.
is expected to lengthen the skiing
season by at least four weeks at
the resort.
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jflAMJ. FLORIDA
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 12. 1954
SEC. B
Arabs in Western Galilee
Pose Problems for Israel
By ALEPH SHERMAN
Jtwish Ttltgraphic Agency
Israel acquired the Western Gali-
lee' durinji the War of Indepen-
dence, whrii her armed forces de-
feated and chased out the self-
styled liberator of Palestine. Fawzi
Kawakji, and his marauders. The
conquest received dt facto recog-
nition, since it U oiear from a
glance at the map that if this re-
gion were in Arab hands the whole
Israel-settled regions in the Huleh
and Eastern Galilee would be pre-
carious, to say the least.
Even now there are some 80,000
Arab* in this region and only a few
thousand Jews, so for security rea-
sons, as well as economic ones, the
area must be settled. So far, most
of those settlers who have built
their home- in the region, chiefly
aloag the frontier with Lebanon.
are kibbut/i n mainly of pioneer
inf yoh There are not enough
yaaai people however to settle Is-
rael's empt\ -paces, so the main
liwdto will have to rest on new |
immigrants. j
Methods of settlement are being,
worked out bj trial and error, from .
the social as well as the agricul-,
tural point ol view. In flat regions
Hke the coastal plain, the Valley of
Jeaeel or the Negev, the problem
was one of water supply and the
training of settlers. In the hilly re-
gions of the Galilee, on the other
hand, tlun still needs to be
worked out a form of agriculture
suitable to the area and capable of
maintaining a high standard of liv-
ing. In mosi cases, the land to be
farmed must first be cleared of
rocks and st,,neSi an(j often ter-
raced against soil erosion, since
much of the good land is in the
hands of Arabs.
The o r g a nizational method
adopted was the 'work village"; its
subsequent vicissitudes epitomize
the ups and downs of the State's
economic processes. The idea un-
derlying the "work village" was
that the immigrants were to be
settled in the area to be cleared,
m small cottages, and set to work
on land-clearing, and sometimes
afiorestation. During this period
'hey are to be paid wages for clear-
"jg the land and loaned money to
Plant fruit trees and catch-crops.
The idea was sound enough, but
weaknesses m its execution led to
a series of crises, which resulted in
the toss of most of the settlers, un-
"' the villages were finally reor-
ganized this June. In the first
place there were too many "bos-
ses;" both the Jewish Agency and
the Jewish National Fund had a
share in the responsibility, and
the various welfare agencies also
intervened. Settlers were given too
much from one side or another and
Were demoralized by learning that
hey could get as much by demand-
ing things, as by working hard.
The next unsettling influence
was" the influx of political agitators
during Use 1951 elections. Repre-
sentatives of parties told these
primitive peoples that they were
not well enough treated and that
if only this or that party were
elected they would have all kinds
of privileges. One of the religious
parties allegedly went as far as to
bring ice boxes to the villages and
promising them to all voters. Those
who took them later found that
they had to pay for them. This
sudden influx of politics caused
serious quarrels among illiterate
villagers, and after the elections
they began to leave, convinced that
elsewhere they would be "given"
better conditions.
Last June, the Jewish NVional
Fund took over the villages and
began to reorganize them, getting
rid of those who were not prepared
t settle down and build them-
selves a homestead. Sometimes
they also had to take whole groups
el people away. The JNF now has
200 families there, and is trying
to recruit another 400 from
M'abaroth and the poor sections
of towns. If unemployment con-
tinues to be serious, they will get
their recruits.
That we can succeed even with
this difficult material is shown by
the village of Elipelet, peopled
with immigrants from Libya. Here,
the sixty or so families each have
already cleared a garden of an
acre or so round their cottage,
which, with sprinkler irrigation, is
yielding a heavy all-year-round
crop of vegetables. They are now
planting apple and plum orchards
(also irrigated) which will begin
to bear fruit in another five years.
This region, too, gives excellent to-
bacco crops. Here at least the peo-
ple are beginning to settle down
and adjust themselves to this new
life.
The settlement is valuable from
the security point of view, as well.
Villagers are exempted from ordi-
nary army and 'military reserve
service, but have to serve training
and guard duties in their own vil-
lage, where there is a resident
army instructor. As time goes on,
they are learning the lay of the
land by day-to-day experience, and
as they come to regard it as their
home, they will produce a local
guard who are the match for any
Arab infiltrators. In a generation
or so. a new peasantry will grow
up in the Galileean hills, which
once nourished the Macabees.
One of the most hopeful sides of
the whole development is the qual-
ity of the organizers of these vil-
ages. Some of them live perma-
nanetly among the new settlers,
while others visit them day in and
( day out teaching them to work and
j to live together in a democratic
community, tasks which require in-
finite patience. Most of these or-
ganizers are either veteran settlers
I who have left their own comfort-
able farms for the often ungrateful
task of teaching newcomers, or
young people brought up in the
countryside who have graduated
from agricultural schools. In both
cases they, have given up their
hard-won comforts electricity,
plumbing and community life. This
is the best guarantee that the
pioneering spirit is far from being
dead here, as the pessimists often
fear.
More than 4,600 persons attended the opening of the From The
Land Of The Bible archaeological exhibition presented by the
American Fund for Israel Institutions at the Smithsonian Insti-
tution in Washington, D.C. Vice President Richard Nixon offi-
cially opened the exhibit, and Israel Ambassador Abba Ebon
brought greetings from his government. Left to right are Am-
bassador Eban, Edward A. Norman, American Fund president.
Mr. Nixon, Leonard Carmichael. secretary of the Smithsonian
Institution, Mrs. Eban and Louis M. Rabinowitz, exhibition
chairman.
SHOCHET... EN ROUTE TO ISRAEL
Kibya Repudiation Not
Understood in Near East
High Salpeter. former e:
?*duectoi of ,he American
venS ? ,he Hebrew Uni-
DirJ., s been appointed
thTfl' 'gni*aUon of
e Amencan Jewish Con-
Ea7i na,ive of Pawaic,
d di*y" SclpeX9T receiv-
degrees at Brooklyn Col-
5 aSf ?eW York Univ-
yand also completed the
^m i ered by the Grad-
^School for jewulh Social
By RINNA GROSSMAN
AJP Feature.
The time is December, 1953. The
place is Israel.
The list of border "incidents"
grows ominously longer each week.
A watchman is injured. Livestock
is stolen. Yesterday a member of
a collective settlement near the
Jordan border was seriously
wounded. The day before, water
pipes were taken from a village.
Today, two Israeli soldiers were
killed.
And tomorrow?
Tomorrow, anything may hap-
pen. The green light flashes "pro-
ceed with relative impunity." The
United Nations censure of Israel
following the Kibya raid was well
understood by Israel's neighbors.
They read it as Israel's emis
series to the United Nations had
repeatedly warned that it would
be read: we, the United Nations
of the civilized world, will tolerate
no mass murder.
Killing in Israel must not exceed
the quota.
When three score Arabs were
killed at Kibya by outraged Jewish
settlers, whose patience gave way
before the steady and rising cas-
ualty count inflicted by infiltrators,
the United Nations loudly indicat
ed its justified horror.
But violent death, or theft, or
pillaging if these are done
piecemeal with reasonable dis-
cretion no one minds too much.
So the censure resolution pass-
ed. Israel was shamed before the
world.
Her plea of attack in self-de-
fense went by the boards. So did
her honor roll of men and women
murdered in the years that have
passed since war officially relaxed
its grip on the Jewish state. And
the Arabs understood that nothing
in particular would happen if they
carried on as before.
So, one day, a group of armed
Jordanians penetrated into Israel
from the Tulkarm area. They were
foiled by Israel guards just in
time. Add on another day, a bus
travelling on the northern border
was fired upon from the Lebanese
border. And so on and on. And
the world does not react with hor-
ror or even with reproach.
And Israel's urgent demand that
something be done to establish
peace in the near East is forgotten.
Ambassador Eban's request that
Jordan be summoned to sit at
peace talks with Israel, when he
invoked the famous paragraph 12
of the Israel-Jordan armistice
agreement has met with stony, un-
flinching silence on the part of the
UN collectively and the Arab
states concerned individually.
In September, 1951, the Security
Council declared the blockade of
the Suez Canal illegal. Despite this,
over the past two years, the block-
ade has been maintained in full
force.
Last week, the Israeli govern-
ment lodged a formal complaint
with the Security Council against
the confiscation by Egypt of 140
tons of precious meat being car-
ried to Israel in an Italian ship
from East Africa. The ship was
intercepted at Port Said on De-
cember 14th and later permitted
to continue minus its cargo of
meat.
Ambassador Eban may expect
Continued on ?# 16 B
Dear Folks:
I want to say thanks to the host
of well wishers who bade me good-
bye on my trip to Israel. Just writ-
ing that phrase, "my trip to Is-
rael," gives me a feeling of awe-
some uncertainty now that I am
actually on my way.
Since that first letter came ask-
ing if I would accept an invitation
tendered by the Government of Is-
rael to visit the Jewish State and
since that early and. I must admit,
timid consultation with my staff
| who were unanimous in urging me
I to go, there had lurked in my
I heart an undeniable feeling that
i something would come up at the
last minute to prevent my accept-
ing the invitation.
Well, I'm on the first lap of my
journey. And I sit here on the
plane trying to collect my thoughts,
to see if I can remember things
undone, and I toy with the idea of
what it will be like when I land in
cold areashow it will feel wear-
ing winter underthings. sweaters,
an overcoat, heavy socks, a hai.
gloves, scarf and all the pieces of
apparel to which I am unaccus-
tomed.
I wonder how in creation I will
have time to take care of deliver-
ing all the regards from Miami
folks to relatives in Israel, deliver-
ing gifts there and shopping for the
specific requests of local friends
who all indicated I'd better not re-
turn without their individual mis-
sions accomplished. I wonder how
I, a dyed-in-the-wool Miamian for
29 years, will respond to the severe
winter in New York and abroad.
So once again, now that I'm on
the plane to New York where I
will join four of my fellow publish-
ers to board an Israel El Al air-
liner for Lydda on Flight 216. Wed-
nesday, January 27th, 9:30 p.m.
(this letter was received by The
Jewish Floridian from Jerusalem
on February 5thED.). I want to
thank you for the round of Bon
Vovaee parties, the host of pleas-
ant telegrams and phone calls, the
many gifts and last, but by no
means least, the grand and graci-
ous group that was at the Miami
airport to see me off.
Will write you soon.
Regards,
Fred (Shochet)
NCC.I Plans Travel
Seminar to Europe
- An intercultural
to Europe and the
first of its kind ever
Protestant, Catholic
ligious leaders and
been organized by
onference of Chris-
Red Cross Campaign
Picks Beach Leaders
Appointment of Maurice "Doc"
Klein as chairman and Chief of
Police R. J. Shepherd as vice chair-
man of the Red Cross Fund Appeal
in Miami Beach was announced this
week by Harry Ebright. general
chairman.
Goal for the Red Cross drive in
Miami Beach is $25,000, Ebright
said. Kickoff date is March 1st.
Ebright, in announcing accep-
tance of the posts by Klein and
Shepherd, pointed out that both
were established community lead-
ers and ideally suited to lead a suc-
cessful Red Cross drive.
Klein is a former member of Mi
ami Beach's city council and served
as vice mayor. He has also served
as commander of Legion Post 85
and state commander of Jewish
War Veterans. Currently he is di
rector of Miami Beach's Service-
men's Center.
Chief Shepherd, veteran of 20
years on the Miami Beach police
force, is a member of the Miami
Beach Exchange Club and Knights
of Columbus.
NEW YORK
travel seminar
Holy Land, the
sponsored for
and Jewish re
educators, has
the National C
tians and Jews.
The seminar, to be held from
June 28th to August 6th. will in-
augurate a new experiment in in-
tergroup education, according to
j Allyn Robinson, director of the
[ NCC.I Commission on Religious Or-
ganizations, who will lead the sum-
mer study project. "It is based
upon the NCCJ's 25 years of ex-
perience with its intergroup pro-
gram." he said, "which has demon-
trated that living and working to-
gether is one of the best ways to
develop understanding and good
will among people of different ra-
cial and religious backgrounds."
Participants in the travel semi-
nar will visit key cities in twelve
diferent countries. The group will
leave New York for Copenhagen
on June 28th, returning via London
and Glasgow on August 5th to New
York.
Focal points of the seminar will
be Israel. Rome and Geneva, where
the American leaders will visit re-
ligious shrines and confer with top
Jewish, Catholic and Protestant fig-
ures.
Beach Chamber Names
Officers at Election
At the organization meeting of
the Board of Governors of the Mi-
ami Beach Chamber of Commerce.
Freeland B. Cresap, executive vice
president of Burdines. was elected
president for the 1954-5 term.
S. J. Halperin, realtor, was
named 1st vice president: Leon Q.
McAskill. publisher, Florida Sun.
2nd vice president; and C. W.
Chase, Jr., treasurer.
Six directors for one-year terms
were appointed. They were Saul
Cohen, president, Madison Hotel;
Burton S. Kahn, of Kahn Salomon.
Inc.; Jules Gillette, president of the
Miami Beach Fashion Guild; E. D.
Keefer, real estate appraisers; Carl
T. Hoffman, attorney; and Myer M.
Friedman. The last three named
were reappointments.


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nUDAY, FEBRUARY ,o .-f
General Mobilization Kickoff Slated February 18th
CJA Reaches Around
World to Save Lives
In the 1954 Combined Jewish Ap
peal, the Greater Miami commu-
nity is setting its sights to achieve
the historic goal of SI.491.806 to
meet the needs of 54 separate
health, welfare, religious, cultural
and educational Institutions, ac-
cording tn Carl Weinkle, Federa-
tion president.
"Unless this Is accomplished, civ-
ic defense programs will falter,
health services may be curtailed.
the waiting lists at the Home lor
the Aged will grow and youth-train-
ing and Hebrew education may be
impeded. And. of major import-
ance. Israel's economic independ-
. me will be delayed," Weinkle ex-
plained.
Of the record-breaking goal,
S600.000 nearly half ol the total
is allocated to Israel and over-
seas needs. To tell greater Miami
contributors what their dollars can
do to alleviate human privation and
suffering in Israel. Africa and the
Middle East, Federation spokesmen
this week developed a chart to
show how dollars save lives, build
the new State of Israel and
strengthen the democratic way of
life everywhere.
The chart shows that more than
140.000 babies, children and youth
Will require aid from I'JA in 1954
Five dollars will provide one week
of summer vacation for a young-
ster in North Africa. Ten dollars
will provide bottled milk for a
baby in Casablanca for three
months, while fifteen dollars will
buy a winter coat for a needy
youngster in Europe.
Other sums are: S20 for a crib
and mattress (together with rub-
ber sheet and mosquito neeting)
lor a baby of immigrants to Israel.
S40 to provide hot meals for a class
"1 30 children in Israel for one
week; $50 to provide maintenance
lor a Youth Aliyah child in Israel
inr one month; and S80 for a high
school scholarship for an immi-
grant youngster in Israel for one
J ear.
In 1954. the I'JA must aid 60.000
aged persons, invalids and chron-
the lulled States; $25 will pay
rental fee. operator's wage and
maintenance costs for one day's
use of a tractor in Israel during
sowing or harvest season. Since
1948. some 'SM new villages, popu-
lated by 128.000 persons, were es-
tablished in Israel with I'JA aid;
S55 will pay the rent for an immi-
grant family in the United States
for one month. In 1954 some 1.500
immigrant families will require
lodging aid; and $100 will provide
full maintenance and training for
a recent immigrant enrolled in a
vocational school in Israel to learn
a useful trade as a tractor mechan
Synagogues
Will Dedicate
Eve Services
Community leaders will Join with
Greater Miami Rabbi- to partici-
pate in Federation Sabbath cere
nionie- February 12th through
13th, it ha- been announced by
Rabbi Simon April, president of
the Greater Miami Rabbinical As-
lociation, and Carl Weinkle, Fader
Btion president.
The special Federation services
are pari uf the city-wide recogni-
tion ol CJA's General Mobilisation
foi action scheduled to begin Feb-
ruary 18th
Varon If. Kanner, CJA campaign
chairman, will speak at Temple
Beth Sholom, joining Rabbi Leon
kronish in the services, and
George J Talianofi will address
members of the Miami Beach Jcw-
h Center together with Rabbi Irv-
ing I.ehrman.
Federation executive director
Benjamin B. Rosenborg will share
the pulpit with Rabbi Joseph R.
Narot at Temple Israel to tell of
CJA's drive, and George Chertkof
is scheduled to speak at the Coral
Gables Jewish Center, with Rabbi
Morris Skop conducting the sen-
ice
Max C. Gettinger. community
planning director at Federation,
will address the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation. Rabbi Si-
mon April assisting in the program.
At Beth David. Stanley C. Myers
and Rabbi Max Shapiro will direct
the Federation Sabbath, while Ef-
raim Gale and Rabbi Boris Rackov-
sky speak at Monticello Park
In addition. Rabbi Arie Becker,
Austerity and food shortages are the mark of Israel's present
economy. Citizens of the new republic make a sacrifice far
greater than is demanded from Miamians who each year are
called upon to contribute generously to the Combined Jewish
Appeal.
Local Agencies to Benefit
From 1954 Campaign Here
ic. electrical, radio or refrigeration j Downtown Synagogue, will speak
technician. In 1954 some 4.000
persons will enroll in ORT schools
in Israel; about 1,000 students are
expected to graduate.
The chart further shows that
$500 will enable two semi inca-
pacitated persons under Malben's
care to operate small stores and
add to their families' modest in-
come. In 1954 some 24.000 "hard
core" person- will benefit from
Malben's program. CJA gifts will
at the Saturday morning service;
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will devote
his Friday evening sermon to Fed-
eration, and Rabbi Louis Cassel is
also scheduled to deal with the
CJA in a talk from the Tifereth
Israel pulpit.
Campaign official* lauded the re-
ligious leaders and expressed grati-
tude for their spiritual guidance
and devotion.
ically ill. Five dollars will provide make $660 pay for the irrigation
a war-widow in France with sup-
plementary aid for two weeks,
iRent or extra food money to add
to insufficient income). Ten dol-l
lars will buy shoes, warm under-
wear and gloves for a "hard core"
person in Austria. Fifteen dollars
can provide medical care for a war-j
invalid (living with his family) in
F2urope for two months.
Other sums are: $20 for a winter
Of one acre of land to sustain a
family of four in Israel. In 1954
some additional 40.000 acres of
land must be irrigated in Israel;
si.ooo will provide transportation
cost and initial assistance to one
family emigrating from Europe to
Latin America. Some 20.000 per-
sons in Europe registered for emi-
gration to the Western Menu
new
migrant
1954 some
coat for an aged person in Europe; sPner<'' S2.500 will build a
$25 for enough streptomycin to permanent home for an im
treat a severe case of tuberculosis family in Israel
in medical institution in Europe or mono ___ u
Israel; $30 will enable the I'JA to 00 h"US,nB Un"S mus, **
place an elderly person in a home : ull,: S50000 w' provide addi-
for the aged in Europe and main-. tional vessels and equipment for
tain and provide him with medical new immigrant fishermen villages
care for a month; $50 will provide
a week's care for a TB patient in
a sanatorium; and $100 for main-
tenance, vocational training and
medical care for a blind person in
Israel for a month.
To build homes, farms and self-
support, the chart shows that $10
will provide one month's supply of
fuel for an immigrant family liv-
ing in an unheated apartment in
Fish is an important food item
substituting for meat. The month-
ly meat ration in Israel is 8 9
ounces; and $500,000 will permit
the Jewish Agency to move 200
immigrant families from Maabarot
to older settlements established af
ter May 15. 1948. In 1954 some
5.000 families 20.000 persons
must be moved from Maabarot to
the countryside.
Six local agencies will benefit
from the 1954 Combined Jewish
Appeal campaign. Community
leaders this week urged Greater
Miami residents to participate in
the drive from which the agencies
derive funds for the advancement
of social, cultural and scientific
activity here. The local agencies
include:
Mount Sinai Hospital, one of the
outstanding medical institutions in
the South, established in Decem-
ber. 1949. Mount Sinai has gained j outlying 'areas as "the FlaglerGra-
national prominence through its
expanded community ser\uces.
With 258 beds and a staff of, 400
doctors, the hospital stands ready
to serve the Greater Miami com-
munity, regardless of race, color,
creed or financial means
Last
Miami Beach, stands as an eternal I
beacon of mercy and service every
day of the year a proud remind-1
er of what. CJA dollars can do.
GMJCC
The Greater Miami Jewish Com-1
munity Center encompasses all
group work and leisure services
supported by CJA. It includes the
Town Branch (formerly the Miami!
Jewish Community Center) and the
Miami Beach Branch (formerly the
Beach Y). It also services such
year, over 8.000 patients
were treated, and more than 5,000
visits were made in the Out Pa-
tient Department. This section is
especially geared to cope with the
numerous social and vocational
complications which beset these
individuals through the effective
work of thoroughly trained nurses
and social workers. There has been
expansion in the Emergency and
Out Patient Departments, enlarge-
ment of the blood bank and cardi-
ographic laboratory and increased
activity along educational and re-
search lines.
Exoert surgical and medical care
by highly skilled doctors at Mount
Sinai safeguard the health of the
entire community.
The hospital at 4300 Alton Road,
nada and Hialeah-Miami Springs
communities. The Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center provides
constructive leisure-time programs
for preschool children (nursery
schools), teen agers and adults.
More than 8,000 youth and adults
have received the opportunities in
the Centers to learn to work in
art* and crafts. Here, classes give
youngsters a chance to develop |
skills and aptitudes that will serve
them well in later years
Most insniring program if the
one for Golden Age men and wom-
en.
The Centers develop healthy
haopy children through organized
play and work programs through
athletics, culture, leadership train-
ing and social events. A sense of
Continued on Pg 3B
Dade County Organizations Pledge
To Support Combined Appeal Campaign
\\Funds Needed for These Goalsl
Many Dade County organizatioi
are swinging to the full
of the
| IriuErTfeS Q"0taS ^ DiViSinS- TheSC ,hc W *^\ mScmg "^ ***"*'
bora appearing at club meetings to
tell the story of the many global
services sustained through the
Combined Jewish Appeal.
These are professional and busi-
announced by Aaron M Kanwr I ?' men' housewiv- <* "aver-
campaign chairman, and Fred k' the
- support
8 1954 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal through enlistment of ihi-ir
membership into the b.g General
Mobilization Division, it has been
| I Division
I .Hotel
Business and Professional
! fApartments
i Winter Residents
Women
General Mobilization ........
Youth.......................................................ZIZ
Miscellaneous ___...........
TOTAL ___
M
Amount j i
$165.000!'
770,0001
14,000$
275.0001
165,000
99,106
3,200
500
$1,491,806
workers'
["..pie who are imbued with
Shochet, GM leader....."' ','"', ,n.sP,r">K story of the appeal.
** ......--H^S^HttftS
appointment ol CJA ZTlt ?*A .campai*n h"P* *
committees made up of u' T' ne,w,,rk of health-
a minimum of 20 percent of .h 1lwt clv, ".**. edu-
dubs total membership I "k'u and agencies
Key committees will function as rmr ? fr the Soclal needs "f
the streamlined Volunteer rn "S Pple.
'" each organization, enlis Una [tJS*. ? ,he ""landing fra-
more workers into the General !t"!.fn? wrvice *r"P* hear
Mobil.zation as the big community
campaign prepares for its kickoff
on February 18th.
To carry the CJA story to the
many new workers who have voT-
unteered this year, speakers have
weeks mciudei I. R. Goodman
Jewish r Hadassah- Homestead
BrTh w mmUn.Uy Center- Bn*
I o men 0| Co1 Gables, Mi-
ami Beach J.wi,h Ceeter Sister
Continued on P,g, jB
An aged reaident at the \*+
iah Home finda paa *
aelf.poe~ion. CJA ***
help him to be rememb**1


FEBRUARY 12. 1954-
fglkl.
| l Organizations
I put Off Fund Drives
During CJA Push
Carl Weinkle, president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
I this week announced that major or-
I canization^ in the area have post-
I fund raising (unctions in or-

r rjer to prevent conflict with the
IciBibtoed Jewish Appeal currently
I in pro*"*5
Max Jacobson. president of Beth
Ipavid Men's Club, and Sidney Aro-
Lvitf. president <>f the Hillel Ad-
lnor>' Council, both agreed to de-
Ifer community wide functions in
[new of the importance of the CJA
I drive.
President Wrinkle extended his
I thanks on behalf of Federation to
I these group- and others for cooper-
Ling with the united campaign in
I this area.
"It is gratif> ing to note that most
I organizations are recognizing the
fart that the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal should have top priority be-
came it serves the same causes
ihich all groups in Greater Miami
seek to promote," said Weinkle.
The total intwests of our commu-
I itv can best lie served through the
I cioperation .mil agreement demon-
strate! by Beth David Synagogue
I and the Hillel Advisory Council,"
I Weinkle stHtt'il Me pointed out that
I only through united action on the
1 part of 'he entire Jewish commu-
[ nity can a CJA \ ictory be achieved.
Let u> do all we can to advance
I the nccess of our humanitarian
drive and do nut hing to hamper it,"
urged Weinkle
At a recent meeting of the Fed-
eration's Multiple Appeals Commit-
tee, the group reaffirmed its deci-
sion requc-tin^ all local organiza-
tions to desist from sponsoring
I major function- during the months
I of January. February and March
I while the Combined Appeal is in
I progress.
JmHMhrJdkar,
Agencies Benefit from Combined
Appeal; Six Organizations Affected
PAGE 3 B
Continued from Pag* 2 b
civic and social responsibility is
emphasized and developed in
youth and encouraged to grow
The work of guidance and train-
ing is carried on largely because
The Bureau of Jewish Education
has elevated standards of Jewish
education in the Greater Miami
community by means of guidance
to youth and adults alike
High
Florida Federation
Of State Chapters
|Formed at Tampa
At a meeting held in Tampa last
Iweek the 16 districts of the Zionist
[Organization of America, located in
I the State of Florida, formed a
I Florida Federation as an integral
Ipart of the Southeastern Region of
the ZOA.
Seymour B Liebman. attorney of
jiliami Beach, was elected chair-
Iraan. Alvin Landy, of Pensacola,
IH. Georee Miller, of Orlando, and
* C. Rosenberg, of St. Petersburg,
here elected vice chairmen. Gil
IBappaport, executive director will
I" te tomporarj secretary.
L15* Z0A has ad(pted a policy
t Ponsormg state Federations, so
IZ^.Vanous l,,cal districts may
IS te ? the 8reatest Poible
1 ent furtht.ring ,he aims "
ISlwlU?,ion' whieh '"c>ude
lESrt t^plc aml cul,ural id for
liahi 1.1 "alization of economic
jmaml,hc adv*ncement of
in ,n,,he United States,"
I ^oman explained.
I ftth .JV^' amon immediate
"reau. the stimulation of in-
tfcTXreT? ment and studyof
*i coup,,! Ianuae ^ its schools
'the oerg5: and lh enlargement
r* proSn'za"?'s Public rela"
iUes. W m and cultural activ-
I C.ntinutd from p-9# 2B
G^';?,hShlem Men'. Club.
US, rf,,r ,he **. <*-
r^Wom Hmeforthe Aged.
^erCT;'Kadi">h Chapter,
Cn^.onM JewUh Ctar.
Ev^Ud BpM0n!ice,,oP^.Club
l^-Hith MChf Wrtmen-,
[C^^ ">e North Dad. J^w,
The Bureau's Hebrew
has earned i
, and its sen
leaders have become a meeting
Place for those seeking a well-
rounded program of Jewish edu-
cation. The Jewish library con-
sists of more than 2,000 volumes.
An outstanding service to youth
are the Bureau's scholarship grants
for needy students.
More than 3,800 boys and girls
in Greater Miami are involved in
Jewish education, receiving oppor-
tunities to learn their gerat heri-
tage in schools affiliated with the
Bureau.
The Bureau is located at 135 NW
3rd Avenue, in Miami a struc-
ture symbolizing the generosity of
Miami Jewry through its Combined
Jewish Appeal.
JSSB
The preservation of family life
is the daily task of the Jewish So-
cial Service Bureau. Experienced
social workers help remedy indi-
vidual and family troubles for
countless men, women and chil-
dren. The Bureau also provides
financial assistance and other serv-
ices to new Americans so they can
become integrated into the Miami
community. The CJA helps pro-
of the area's deep interest in youth JThc. uBureate
Center buildings, at 450 SW lflth earned an envlifhre-rep-
Avenue. Miami, and at Bay Road l "la\lon- and "s seminars for adult
and 15th Street, Miami Beach, are hau" h~"
a tribute to the generosity of this
community through its annual
Combined Jewish Appeal.
Horn* of Aged
The Home for the Aged, origin
ally founded in 1944, has continued
to expand its services along with
the growth of the community, ft
provides care to some 65 men and
women who are residents of this
area and who require institutional
facilities. The Home offers a pleas-
ant and healthful environment to
the area's aged people who can
once more face the future with dig-
nity and hpe.
Fully informed in the field of
Gerontology, and realizing the in-
creasing span of life and the neces-
sity for making the additional years
truly golden ones, the Home is con-
stantly planning and initiating pro-
gressive and meaningful programs
in care for the aged.
Its broadly conceived plans of
occupational therapy, recreation,
cultural and religious activities,
give residents even those who
are bedridden a feeling of cre-
ativity and usefulness. Here the
individual "belongs." Here he is
safe, secure, known and respected.
For all the days and months and
fruitful years yet to come, he has
protection, companionship and
love.
Here he has a home. Helping
the aged live again is being ac-
complished with Combined Jewish
Appeal dollars. The Home's pic-
turesque seven-acre Douglas Gar-
dens is located at 150 NE 53rd
Street in Miami.
National Council
The National Council of Jewish
Women has a membership of more
than 600 women. Its Service to
Foreign Born Department helps in-
dividuals with immigration prob-
lems, and it conducts English class-
es for new Americans. The Coun-'
ci! has developed special programs
for- teaching blind children in
Greater Miami.
Recently they have undertaken
an indemnification project, enab-
ling victims of Nazi persecution to
receive compensation for property
losses in World War II.
The Council also sponsors-an Ov-
erseas Scholarship Training pro-
gram for Girls and supports a
scholarship loan fund for qualified
students at the University of Mi-
ami.
This welfare work is supported,
in great measure, by the Combined
Jewish Appeal. Council offices are
located at 135 NW '3rd Avenue,
Miami.
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vide the Bureau with the necessary
funds and the authorization to car-
ry out this program.
The recently organized Vocation-
al Service and Sheltered Workshop
affords unemployed persons an op-
portunity to work in an environ-
ment which suits their particular
personality.
The Bureau maintains offices in
the Calumet Building, 10 NE 3rd
Street, in Miami. Contributions to
the Combined Jewish Appeal
make' these services possible to
many people in need.
Mayors Proclaim CJA Week
Mayors of a score of Dade Coun-
ty municipalities have designated
the week of February 18th through
25th as Combined Jewish Appeal
Week, and, by affixing their signa-
tures to official proclamations,
have urged all-out support of the
annual humanitarian drive. An-
nouncement of the move by city
officials publicly to aid the CJA
effort was made by Aaron M. Kan-
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Miami Beach's Police and Fire-
men's annual All Star Show, sched-
uled for Sunday evening, Febru-
ary 21st. at the Miami Beach Ken-
nel Club, has already received the
nod of approval from a host of top
stars of the entertainment world,
according to Detectives George
Green and Jack Raskin, cochair
men of the event.
Signed up for the stellar show,
which annually plays to an over-
flowing audience are Sophie Tuck
er, Harry Richman. Joe K. Lewis.
Larry Storch, Alan Gale. Steve Gib-
son and his Red Caps, with Damita
Jo. Freddie Stewart, Maria Neglia,
the Vagabonds. Condos and Bran-
dow. the Ritz Brothers. Gene Bay-
los and the Treniers. as well as a
host of other top flight names of
show business will be in the ana
on the February 21st date.
A surprise master of ceremonies
will be announced the early par!
of next week, according to Fire-
man Art Minor, president of the
local association, who said that "we
are just awaiting clearance from
his California studio before making
the announcement."
Proceeds of the show annually
go to the Miami Beach Police and
Firemen's Death Benefit Fund for
Widows and Children, as well as
to a number of local and national
charities
A ticket office has been opened
at 10 South Collins Avenue, on the
Beach, under the direction ol Fire
Captain Hubert Albritton.

Presentation to the Greater Miami Chapter of ORT for the
greatest amount of members in the shortest time is made by
national president Mrs. Ludwig Kaphan. of New York City, to
local officers at a luncheon in the Empire Room of the Empress
Hotel. Left to right are 1st vice president Mrs. Margaret New-
man Steam. Mrs. Florence Kupperman, chairman cf the
Guardianship Committee, Mrs. Kaphan. Mrs. Irving Sussman,
president of the Greater Miami Cnapter, and 2nd vice presi-
dent Mrs. Harry Tischler.
Miami Beach Chief of Police
R. I. Shepard buys first ticket
for the fifth annual Miami
Beach Police and Firemen's
All Star Show from Fire Cap-
tain Hubert Albritton.
Local Sisterhoods to be
Represented at National
Women's League Conference
S< \ en Conservative Sisterh
from Dade and Broward Counties
will be represented by delegations
at the fortiic >nung eighth annual
conference of the Southeast Branch
of the National Women's League of
the United Synagogue of America,
it was annoiujfKd by regional presi
dent Mrs. Henry B Wernick, of
Tampa
The conference will be held on
February 28th. March 1st and 2nd
in Birmingham, Alabama.
Local Sisterhoods to be repre
sented arc Israelite Center. Miami
Beach Jewish Center. North Miami
Beach Jewish Center, Beth David
Synagogue, Zamora Jewish Center.
Temple Beth Sholeffl and Temple
Sinai, of Hollywood.
The delegations will join repre
sentatives of 26 Conservative Sis-
terhoods, coming from the five
States of Florida. Georgia, South
Carolina and Tennessee.
Theme of the Conference is:
Strengthening The Home Through
The Synagogue.
A full schedule of seminars,
workshops and programs has been
planned for the three-day parley.
Mrs. Emanuel Siner. national presi-
dent of the National Women's
League. Rabbi Harry H. Epstein, of
Ahavath Achim Congregation. At
lanta, Arthur Podell, national
president of the United Synagogue
Youth, and Mrs. Wernick will be
among speakers at the conference.
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Mmlsti nnrirlbir)
GLOBAL SHORTS
PAGE 5B
Nazi Mayor of German Town
Reelected Without Opposition
BANKFl'RT (JTA) Dr, Erich
Hii who was the Nail Lord Mayor
( Wiesbaden at Ihe time that
Jjk-'s synagogue went up in flames,
,,,.,, ,, ,.|,th-(I to that post by
i ii,,'c'iiv CciiiK'ii N'"t a sin^e vote
i cast iM '"i'''111"'1 didacv. Onl'. .i A 'r. ago," n
denarifir;'!1"" court sentenced Dr.
yIN u a "Nazi activist He was
letted by 37 of the 60 City Coun-
cilmen. members of his Free Demo-
cratic Party .md of the Christian
Democratic I'nion.
Three of Four Claims by
Victims Stymied in Munich
Ml'to H i'TA) Three out of
[our claim- for indemnification for
MiflerJjis mllicted by the Nazis
or fur*t 'Mi|>' :iation for property
confiscated l>> them are stymied
huVvistricI Court here. In ac-
cordance with a requirement of
tbeiwsrian Indemnification Law.
even claim in these categories
must be appr ived by the court be-
I re jaym< in is made. Of the
28.500 claim- presented by vic-
tims over Ihe past several years,
ordy 7.400 have been ruled upon.
Danish Government Orders
Jews to Stun Animals
i)PENHAGEN 'JTA) The
D^l h Government has rejected
a appeal by the Jewish commu-
nity to exempt Danish Jewry from
compliance with government regu-
ttions prohibiting the slaughter of
Mimals without previous electrical
stunning. The regulation will not
come into [one until after Pass-
over, it was stated after a Cabinet
meeting here and will not apply
lo the slaughter of all kinds of
fowl
vided their emigration is approved
I by their respective governments
, The accord, the third between u>
| rael and the ICEM. also provides
for continuation of ICEM resettle
ment aid to European Jewish refu
gees who have left their country
of citizenship and arrived in West-
em Europe enroute to Israel, or
whose postwar re-establibhmen! in
Europe has been found to be hfi
'possible.
Ge-many Budgets $92 Million
For Israel, Jewish Claims
BONN (JTA) A total of $92 -
800.000 for Jewish claims in all
categories is included in the
prepared budget for the 1954-55
Ijjcal year submitted to the Bun-
s' this week by West German
Finance Monster Fritz Schaeffer.
The allocations for the two largest
classification* Israel reparations
and indi^dufll indemnification
are well be low expectations. A to-
tal of $6d000,000 is earmarked for
deliveries under the reparations
agreement in view of the "budge-
tary position "
|JDC Aids Emigrants in 1953; ltr,b!lcJ!!i0V'h"ehW.l!ook,.Ihe' Johnston Will Continue to
i Mnlf r 4 ii j Zionist Network, which the author
l nan tome to united States modestly described as -political
PARIS (JTA) The Joint Distri- dynamite." Tenneys letter, writ-
bution Commi'tee aided 3.482 men. ten on official California State
women and children in Europe and Legislature stationery, describes
the Far East lo emigrate and star' 'he hook as a follow-up to his Zion"s
a new life in countries of resettle Fifth Column.
< men! in WS3. Motes W. Beckelman, ------------------------------
p!S,hO!,.,h^JDCKn1(Eu!:0pc-re [Protests Mount Against US
I ported here. Over half this totalI -.. 3 ,
, went to the In,led State-, he said-i Am,S Sh,PmentS to ArODS
! *)ZT $E ""' h l1"' ',rim*^T **HiV Y0^ ,JTAl Jcwi*n "r ted to Israel and the Arab States
,h ,'"r'"';I'"' 1J<,ckelmn -"' ^,''n- >d spdk*men contin-|a ian fl,r ,|evelooment of the
oain since IB}, ,. has assisted 625.- ued All week to express mounting water resources of the Jordan Riv-
rii 5H5? u" new h"mcs He Amcncan Jcw,sh oPPOattion to pro-, er prepared hv experts of the Ten-
cale.l tWs "the largest number Paed plans of the State Depart- nessCe Valley Authority. The plan
.,.. i 3 volun,ar>- non-ment to make arms shipments tJ, received a negative or lukewarm
governmental agency." certain of the Arab countries de- reception from most of the Arab
, j-------------------- I Pte the fact that they remain in I states affected. hut Johnston is to
Jewish Congress Meetina Hits !> w"r w,,h ,srael In the reurn l < Middle East next
1 New York area. 150 Orthodox Rab-
bis preached last Saturday urging {
for a Prtests to Washington against the
Press Jordan River Plan
WASHINGTON (JTA) Eric
Johnston, President Eisenhower's
special envoy to the Middle East,
called on Israel Ambassador Abba
S. Eban here this week to inform
him of his plans for resumption
of his mission to explore prospects
of a regional water plan for the
Middle East. Johnston has submit-
Progi
European Migration Unit
To Aid Jews on Way to Israel
GENEVA ITAi 'liie Israel
Government and the Intergovern-
mental Committee for European
i1 EM) reached agree-
ment thi week for the ICEM to
extend assistance to nationals of
Austria, Germany, Greece, Italy
and the Netherlands who wish to
settle in Israel permanently pro-
ressives Enter Cabinet;
Rosen Sworn in as Minister
JERUSALEM (JTA) Premier
Moshe Sharett informed the Knes-
set that the Progressive Party has
decided to join the government co
alition. and the cabinet had voted
to invite Dr. Pinchas Rosen, former
Minister of Justice and Progressive
leader, to take the Justice port-
folio. The Knesset approved this
decision after a brief discussion,
and Dr. Rosen was sworn in. The
adherence of the Progressives
brought to five the number of par-
ties, in the coalition.
^_____
69 Jews Quit Israel
To Return to Rumania
*TEL AVIV (JTA) A group of,
U) men and women, mainly elder
m persons, sailed from Haifa
aboard the Turkish vessel Akso
bMind for their native Rumania. A
few hundred more immigrants
fr%m Rumania are preparing to re-
turn to that country. According
to some of the group, they had to
neji n because their children were
VObleho leave Rumania and join
ihem here, and they were unable
tCKupport themselves.
Rearmament of Germany
LONDON (JTA) A call i
month to discuss it further.
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reversal of the trend toward the ProP***d arms shipments.
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ed here by the British Section of SO'/S Spain Re,eCtS Role
biennial convention The Congress LOND0N Spanish lead-
also condemned the "glorification" hav,/ of former Nazi Party and military K2 ',f *b f'ms fnd have. "
" fil," jected Israeli attempts to obtain
Spanish mediation of Arab-Israeli
differences, Ahmed Shukeiry, as-
sistant Secretary general of the
Arab League, reported to the
League's political committee in
Cairo, this week. According to the
Arab official, he was informed re-
cently by the Spanish Foreign Min
ister that Spain sought political,
economic and cultural cooperation
with the Arab world and had re-
jected approaches by Israel.
leaders in the press and in films.
The WJC appealed to the Govern-
ments of Hungary. Rumania and
Czechoslovakia to free arrested
Jewish leaders and "thereby make
a genuine contribution to the cause
of peace and international under-
standing."
California Legislator Sends
Anti-Zionist Propaganda
WASHINGTON (JTA) Mem-
bers of Congress and government
officials reported receipt here of
an announcement from California
State Senator Jack B. Tenney of
North Dade Slates
PTA Meet for 24th
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on Wednesday. February 24th.
The meeting was rescheduled to
facilitate attendance at a Sister-
hood card party in the McArthur
Dairy on Wednesday, February
17th. 8:30 p.m.. according to word
here.
Community singing will be led
by Mrs. Lucille Moore. Program
chairman is Mrs. M. Apfelbbum
Sunday Eve Dance Due
North Dade Jewish Center Sis-
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day evening. February 4th, at 8:30
p.m. Music is by Larry Blue.
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
5:45 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m.. when Rabbi
Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate
and discuss: Flame Of The Spirit.
Mincha is at 5:30 p.m.. followed by
Shalos Seudos, when the Rabbi will
discuss the Portion of the Zohar.
Cantor Nathan Zeichner will ren
lier the musical portions of the li-
turgy. Junior services are in
Academy Hall at 10 a.m.
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 5:15
p.m. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross will discuss: Purity In Jew-
ish Life. Mincha is at 5 p.m.. with
Shaliw- Seudos concluding the Sab-
bath observance. Daily services
are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m.
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:30 p.m.. with late service!
slated for 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Alfred
Waxman will officiate and discuss:
Jewish Youth The Oneg Shabbal
following will be sponsored by Mr
and Mrs. N Keuseh. Saturday
mnrninu services arc at !> a.m.
Junior services will be at 11 am
Mincha is at 5:30 p.m followed
by Maariv and a sermon on the
Weekly Portion.
* *
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve-
ning services at 6 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at !l am.,
when Rabbi Isaac Ever will offi-
ciate and discuss: The True Spirit
Measured. Kiddush will follow.
Mincha is at 5:30 p.m.. with Maariv
concluding the Sabbath observ-
ance.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with
Max C. Gettinger, of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, speaking
on the topic: <>ur Responsibility
To 'riic Community. Saturdaj
' a.m..
\pril will "III
.uid discuss: The Light Oi
i le Kelemer
will render the musi.
in Mishna is
luled for 4:30 p m ith Mm
. and h Si idos folli
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold late Fri
day evening sen ices at 8 30 p m
with Rabbi Louis A Cassel offi-
ciating Cantor Albert Glantz "ill
render the musical portions ol the
litur "I the Rabbi's w r
i heduled a: Walkin
gethi i \i; Oneg Shabbat, tei
ed b> tin I, will :
ervices
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
v.iil hold Friday"evening services
.a 8::iii p.m., in honor of Ft di ra
turn Sabbath Rabbi Moses Mesch-
i inn will officiate and discuss:
L'nity And The Community Can-
tor Aaron UYingarten will render
the musical portions of the liturgy.
Saturday morning services are at
8:30 a.m. Rabbi Aaron Burak Pro
losor ul Talmud at Yeshiva Uni-
versity, will preach on the topic:
Rabbinic Leadership. Junior serv-
ice are at 9 a m., under the direc-
tion of Benjamin Kaminetzky. Kid-
dush will follow under the sponsor-
ship oi the Sisterhood. Mincha is
scheduled for 5:45 p.m.. followed
by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Meschel-
ntf will discuss the Weekly Por-
tion. Daily services are at 7 and
8 a.m. and at 5:45 and 6:15 p.m.
BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening1
services at 5:49 p m. Saturday I
morning services are at 8 30 a m I
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will
officiate and discuss: Piety In
.\nd Out hi The Synagogui. v
- 15 p m Rabbi Racko< iky will
ekly Portion. Mm-
4:45 p m followed bj
Shalos Seudos Daily
servii i | 730 a m and 4 45
p in.
a
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening servici ;.'
8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Max Shapiro
and Cantor Manner Mamches of-
ficiating, assisted by the Beth Da-
vid Choir under the direction of
Miriam Donnerstag. Stanley C.
Myers. Miami attorney, will be
guest speaker. In honor of Feder-
ation Sabbath, he will discuss:
Time Of Greatness. The Oneg
Shabbat following will be sponsor-
ed by Dr. and Mrs. Harold Rand.
Floral offerings will be by Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Plotkin. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m.,
when the Bar Mitzvah of Martin,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Plot-
kin, will take place. Daily services
are at 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Fridaj evening sei \ ii es ;it 5 30
p.m.. with late services scheduled
for 8:15 p in. Rabbi Morton ''
lavsky will officiate and preach mi
the topic: Freedom And Slaver)
cantor Samuel Salkow will render
the musical portions of the liturgy
Saturday morning services are a'
8:15 a.m. Rabbi Malavsky will dis
cuss the Weekly Portion. Junior
services are at 11 a.m.. and will
he in observance of Boy Scout
Week. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m.. fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will!
hold Friday evening services at |
8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Joseph Narot
officiating and discussing: How To
Teach Your Child And Grandchild
About God. In honor of Federa-
tion Sabbath. Dr. Benjamin Rosen-
berg, the organization's executive
director, will be introduced to the
congregation.

YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:30 p.m. Saturdaj morning
services are at !1 a m. An Oneg
Shabbal for children i slated at 2
p.m. Rabbi Jacob Andron will dis
cuss tin- Weekly Portion .it 4 p m
Mincha will be al 5:30 p m., fol-
low! il bj S udos, wh!
ris Gordon ..- host I1 iilj
' 7 :iil ;, mi. ami g p i.
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
GATION will hold Fridaj evening
mimics :,t 5;i5 p Saturdaj
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.,
when Cantor Abraham Sell will of-
ficiate. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m..
followed by Shalos Seudos Daily
services are at 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.

CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER win hold Friday evening sen
Ices at 8:15 p.m.. dedicated to Na
tional Boy Scout Sabbath. Arthur
Bttinger, Scoutmaster, and Herb
Rose. Cubmaster. will assist Rabbi
Morris Skop during the service
Subject of the Rabbi's sermon is
scheduled as: Does Scouting En.
courage Jewish Loyally. Saturday
morning services are at 10 a.m..
Greater Miami's
Synagogue Directory
ABudath IsraelRabbi '";' >" "r
,(, |,.y .', ;*>> St., Miami I'.....
Beth' David RybW ,w Jh
Conaervatlva, Mil BW W >.,
Batn*E> Dr, Bhmaryahu BwlrakT. Or-
thodox .....I SW 17th Ava
Beth Jacob Rabbi Moaai MaacDelorr,
onhoilox, J01-S1I Waali Aye.. M '
Beth ShoUm Rabbi I.....n KronUtl,
,,,.,., | | ii .1, im Ave., Mi'
Beth Tfilah Rabbi Joaaph H"^;1;
,1,,. UTthodox, 33 KuHul Am-. HI-
Coral' Ga'b"e-'-lt.M'i M.in Ih Skn,.. I.H>-
eral 310 Palermo Ave., < Ha '"
Downtown Synagogue Rabbi iryall
i. ihodox, ISS NW Ird Ava.,
Fiigier.Granada Reverend Leo Hi m,
Conservative, M NW Slat Place,
Hebrew Academy Rabbi Alexandei
, iroaa, Orthodox, HI i;'h HI i
Hi.ileah.Miami Springa Rabbi Many
l'liinei-r. Conaervatlva, IS1 K. 4th
\ v Hfaleah.
leraellte Center Rabbi Mortoj
Malavaky, Conaervatlva, 3198 SW
24th lii Miami
Kneseth iiraei -Kabbl Abraham < -
ai, Orthodox, 1415 BuclM Ave..
Miami Beach
Miami Beach Rabbi Irvine l--hrman,
ve. ITi-1 w..-h \v, M u
Miami Hebrew School Rabbi Simon
April, Orthodox, 11 II BW llth Ave .
Miami
Monticello Park Rabbi 0
ovali ,:' s* <
\ i: nth Avenui North Miami
h
North Dade Col w
North Ml
a No i Mil
North Shore I,
' I, 81
Temple Ijr.iei l"- Joaeph Narot, Re-
117 NK 191
Temple S rial, The Jewish Community
Center ol Hollywood. Rnhbl
1
Titereth lr.iel I: 1
\\. M
West Mi.inn- Kallbl Altl Waxi in,
i rvatlve, I itO BW lTili Bt .
Ml
Young Israel Orthdox, 4001 Chaaa
Ave. Mlamt Flearh
Zamora Max M. Landman,
Conservative, 11 Zamora Ava., Coral
Cables
when Fred Sommers, son of Mr
and Mrs. Samuel Sommers, 3750
SW 2nd Terrace, will become Bar
Mitzvah.
*
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:30 p.m.. in observance of
Federation Sabbath. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will officiate and preach
on the topic: To Be A Jew A
Sacred Responsibility. George Tal-
ianoff, Miami Beach General Mobil-
ization chairman, will bring greet-
ings from the CJA. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9 a.m.. dedicated
to Boy Scout Sabbath. Ner Tamid
medal will be awarded to Jerome
Rubinowitl Rabbi Lehrman will
discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily
services arc in the chapel at 8 a.ni.
and 6 p.m.
FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Fridaj vices al 8:18
p in dedicated to the Combined
Jewish Appeal Rei U o il.mi will
officiate Louis Schwartzmai
ecutive director ol the Bureau of
Jewish Eklucation, will be guesl
speaker Subject ol his discourse
i- scheduled as: Israel, America
And You. Mrs (.us Pullman will
be hostess a) the Oneg Shabbal fol
lowing in honor of her newborn
grandson. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at !) a.m.. when Barrv
Michael, son of Mr and Mrs Irving
iGilman, will become Bar Mitzvah
' Daily services are at 7:30 p m
MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi
Boris Hackovsky officiating and
discussing: A Manly Son. Efraim
Gale, of the Greater Miami Jewish
Community (enter, will be guest
speaker at the Oneg Shabbat fol-
lowing. Saturday morning services
are at if a.m.
e
TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services
| at 8:30 p.m., wrth Rafcbi David Sha-
piro officiating. The sermons will
l>e given by Pastor Robert Excell
Fry. Pastor William N. Gardner
and Rev. N. D. Yount. Dedication
of Torah ornaments presented by
Mr. and Mrs. David Levy and dedi-
cation of four new classrooms in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. David Feld-
man, the late Dan Tanner and the
late Raobi Jacob J. Honig will take
place. Cantor Joseph W. Maiek
will render the musical portions
of the liturgy, assisted by the Tem-
ple Choir under the direction of
Rev. Mordechai Haalman. The
Oneg Shabbat following will be
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. David
Levy. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m.. when Rabbi Shapiro
will discuss the Weekly Portion.
Dailj services are at 9 a.m.

NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening sen
ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Henry I
i officiating and preaching
on the topic: Our Responsibility In
Community Life t antor Maurice
Neii will render the musical por-1
tions n| the litttTgy. Women of the I
North Dade Chapter. B'nai B'rith,
will be hostesses at the Oneg Shab-1
I bat following, with Mrs. Sophie
Iforanus acting as chairman. Sat-
urday morning services are at 9
a in when the Bar Mitzvah of Shel-
don, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Wein-
berg, will take place. Daily serv-
I ices are at 6 p.m.
e
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
Jewish Community Center will
| hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Harry Et-
tinger officiating. Subject of his
sermon will be: A Lesson From
Lincoln. Cantor Ben Grossberg and
the Center Choir, under the direc-
tion of Rabbi Ettinger. will render
the musical portions of the liturgy.
Mr. and Mr,. F. Hammel will *.
aor the Oneg Shabbal H.2H
Saturday morning .service^ |
.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTEBu,,, I
hold services Friday at g 3n n '"
conducted by Rabbi Max \f Io-
nian and assisted by member? ,"
Boy Scout Troop ,3. 7n Onf
Shabbat will follow. K.venhvu8
B. Sherer, in honor ,; L"raS
ter Mrs. Paul C. Morgan Aft
wedding anniversary, and hv x
and Mrg; Charles Edcls.e,nSh'r',
or of their son-s forthcoming S
^n' Early evening services wj
be held at 5:20 p.m.. conducted tei
Rev. Rudolf E Brill. SfSRj
begin at 9 a.m.. Saturday ThJl
topic of Rabbi Landman's sermon
will be: How To Erect A MoS
Tabernacle. Junior services are at
11 a.m., in the Maloff H,1(lm Mj
cha is scheduled for 5 n'm fni
lowed by' Shalos SeuL and I
Maariv.
1 l_
Cancer Expert in Talk
B'nai B'rith Women of-Miami I
will hold a meeting on Wednesday
February 17th. 8 p in al the Reii
publican Club. 1947 Weal Klaclerl
Street.
Cancer specialist, Dr \ai\ H.
Manheimer. nafvsentative nf the!
bade County Medical Assot/htionl
will lie gue-t speaker
He is a gradual,- ol Harvard
Medical School and served hu in.
ternship at the Shrn I!
for Crippled Children in Spmg.)
field. Mass.. and the Beth htaej
Hospital in Boston.
The film. Self Examination 0i|
The Breast, will also be shorn.
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FEBRUARY 12, 1954
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Given* Opens
fampaitfn Her*
Robert II Givens, Jr., candidate
i r Congress and former Miami
,i,v commissioner, started off his
fampaign I hi- week with a recom-
mendation th.it the voters consider
L things in the Congressional
i fontestqualifications and expen-
se,, of the candlditwi and their
bowledge ol and stand onim-
| portant national issues.
I "Now thai the qualifying dead-
line tws pas'. i,n<1 tne ue,t* com'
plete," Givens said, "it is time for
( ,ne people <>f Dade and Monroe
Counties to start asking themselves
low the candidates shape up un-
der this examination."
After his early life in Key West,
Givens entered the practice of Uw
in 1931 and has practiced in Miami
since 1937
He served as Miami city commis-
sioner from 1951 to 1953. Hi* sup-
porters indicate that as a commis-
sioner, he was <>ne of the leaders-
jn tne fight against the bill to
abolish the city of Miami.
During World War II, Givens.
who is now 48 years of age, was
reputedly the wmngest full colonel
in the Arm> iroujid forces. He
served in Iran and China and was
on the War Department General
Staff under Eisenhower, Handy
and Wedemeycr.
Given- Headquarters this week
announced a women's organiza-
tional nice!in for Monday, Febru-
ary 5th II a in at 2901 SW 7th
Street. Campaign headquarters are
located at Room 702 Dade Com-
monwealth Building.
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T:i being a resubdlvislon of Lois
II, IH. 44 and 4.',. Hlnck :t of firs!
amended plat of Wintergardens,
as recorded In Plat Kook .".. Page
22 of I he Public K.-coids r |)de
County, Florida
and you are hereby required to file
with the clerk of said court your writ-
ten appearance In said proceeding on
'r before the 17th day of Much. 19.'.4.
and thereafter to file with said clerk
roar written defenses. If any. to the
bill of complaint at the times prescrib-
ed by law. therein set ting up the es-
tate, right, title or interest in. or
Pen upon, the above described prop-
erty Maimed by you Herein fall not.
or judgment will be entered against
you by default.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
wild court at Miami, pade County,
Fl.....la, this 5th day of February,
ll'.t.
i: II LEATHBRMAN.
I'leik of the shave steled court
B) W.M \v STOCK I NO,
, Deputy <"lerk
__ eerf H. Civeni, it.
[__ tUAi. NOTlCt
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NlYTloo ,N*ME LAW
"KKKHT fJIVEN that
k. ... I '" engage m
l,A ",. fictitious nan,.- of
'AX1W. u\, ;!,sl'M-|tA.\T AND
,>!,," M"1' 71 \V. Flagler
tWouJK,1 .nl name with
'''""il). hi'., 0ourt of 1>ade
l'8- -'V>!: T*ONTONIIeTJ
N0T'CE ^".^CTITtOU.
H"Tin s ui:>';h Ks
W. M.,ri*, ,^ u. -" Avenue. Ml-
-K!r* J":'" Miami.
Fta.

fEN that
l;*-s|< N-.'lpi ,.' '0-titlous name of
Mi;.,,; ." ?' W. 4tnd
cw' r-l "".' "orlda. In-
SL01 "' n V1;' '.""n wl,h "
i^M '"'Til it, k;Kits
e
lvd Intend*
'i.'";-:;:;;\k
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. CASE No 166201
JAMKH I. In.llKltTV and IRENE
M DOHERTY, his srlfe, Plaintiffs,
\ i
W \I.Ti:i: c CM'TTER and Ml.\
CLCTTRR, his wife, Ml NW Urd
Plac. M I a Ida l.\\ ERNE
RDM A RDM .i..... I.AVKK.VE CLUT-
TER) and REV I- I. EDW \l:l>s
her husband, Chicago, lllln
Ri .\i \ CLUTTER, u single woman.
Chicago, Illinois, WILLA MAE
OMHTOCK (nee Will.A M \i:
CLUTTER) and QEORUE CtM-
stock. he. husband. Byraeuse, Nea
York; being all of the heirs at law
to W. W. CM'TTKIt and BERTHA
CLUTTER, his wife, both deceased:
.nd all pereona claiming any estate,
light, title or tnterest In. or Hen
U|Min, the real proper! \ herein de-
-ciil.,.,1. or any |>art thereof:
Defendants.
THBsBTATE Ol-' F"I.ORIl>A
P i The above trained Defendants
and All person* claiming an]
estate, right, title, or interest
In, or lien upon, the real prop-
erty herein described, or any
part thereof.
I lefcndantH, Greetings:
You are hereby notified that a pro-
ceeding to quiet title has been brought
In the Circuit Court for Dade County,
Florida, against above named De-
fendants and all person* claiming any
estate, right, title or Interest In. or
lien U|Mn the follow lug described real
property, situate In Dade County,
flotilla, to wit:
I.oti. 21 and 12, according to the
amended olal of City Line l"ark,
as i.-coi .led In l'lat Hook 10,
I'age It, Public Records of Dade
County. I lorlda
and fou are hereby required to file
with the clerk of said court your writ-
ten appearance in said proceeding, on
n before the 17th day of Match, ItM,
ami thereafter to file with said Clerk
\ottr written defenses. If any, to the
Mill of Complaint at the limes pre-
scribed In law. therein setting up the
estate, right, title, or Interest In, or
Men upon, the above gaacrtbod prop-
ertj claimed In rou Herein fall not.
or Judgment will be entered against
you In default. ,
WITNCSH mi hand and the seal of
nl ooUli at Miami, Dade Count)
Florida, this r.th day "f F>hruar>.
K it LBATHERMAN,
, i l.-rk ..f shore *t\ led conn
iu m C QRKBN.
Deput) Clerk
.court seal!
:/ii-i-*i l/i
*, iOUR INCOME TAX -k
V- J. E. MARQUi
MlAMl n,e..FFOE*Al- T*X CONSULTANT
^m REAL ESTATE MART ^E^E-
pen t a.m. to I p.m. ^^_^^^^
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
v, e, ,. NAME LAW
, JOTIt I. |H HEREBY QIVBN that
nlgned, de Irhu to tnaacaln
feirHKlW'afiK t"",i""-' MM '
p V ':\ Al'VERTIHINtl HERV-
,',,,, T4,' "1""s Avanua, Miami
I., intends t., reals!,., .,, ,,.
of I, ,' SS "" ,'l">"1 Court
of l>..le I ount] I airida
MRU HANNAH QARRON
, Hole Owner
V .1 K.\|.|..\N
Attorn, i for Applicant
- Lincoln Road
I/tl-ll .,;.,_
,m Nl?J'SEBV PUBLICATION
LN Jv'lEx,,CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
!i Su/rfl1" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
rnPJa'PwA .IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 166233
DOROTHt K. BROWN Plaintiff
vs.
Wll.l.iAM JOSEPH BROWN,
._____ Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: UII.UAM JOHBPH UltOWN
4i k lath street
Brooklyn. New York
You are hereby notified that a Hill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
ii led aganiHt you. and you are requir-
ed, to serve a copy of your Answer or
I leaning to the Mill f Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorneys, KFIKSI.KIt
& <;AHS, 17H2 West Flagler Street.
.v,la,nl to, liorida, and file the original
Answer ..r pleading In the office of
the t lerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 20th day of March. 19.14. If
you fall to do so. Judgment by default
will be taken against you for the relief
demanded In the Mill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in TIIF: JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
DONE AND i>KDI-:KI-:D at Miami,
Floilda. this Sth .lav of February,
AD. ]:.<
K. B. LBATHERMAN,
.'lerk. Circuit Court.
I hide County, Florida.
H> M. C. til'.KKX,
ICIrcult Court KeaJJ Deputy clerk
i 12-11 2-1 t/S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 166194
IN RE:
ADOPTION OF
JOSEPH NICHOLAS BALAZS
NOTICE TO APPEAR
To Joseph Balasa
Addt ess Unknoa n
Yon at,. h.nl>\ notified that I Peti-
tion for the Adoption of JOSEPH
Mi'llM.AS ItALAKR has 1.....n filed,
and you are required to set \ a copy
of your Answer or other Pleading to
the Petition f< Adoption on Petition-
ers attorney, SHFM.Dtt.N N. LEL-
CHUK, 7..; Seybol.l Mulldlng, Miami
it, I crlda. and file the original Ans-
wer or Pleading In the Office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and tor
Dade Comity, Florida, on or before
the lath dav of March, 19S4.
DATKD this r.th day of February.
19.-,4.
K It LBATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By M C IIHEEN,
fSeal) Deputy Clerk
SIIKI.Hi iN N LKI.CIIIK. ESQ.
Attorney for Petitioner
.' 12-19-2*; .I,:,
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORiDA
TO M.I. Tii WHdM THB8E PRES-
ENTS SHALL COMEj ORBETINOh
Whereas,
HAH. d.D ZINN.
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
ANN M. PK" H'T.
c. IRAL QABLES, Pl.oKIDA
JOSEPH A WANI.'K.
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
did on the 12th day of November, A D
IMI, oaua. to be Incorporated under
the provisions ol Chapter >'<: norida
Statutes M Q B. MARKETING CO.,
i Ion, with lis principal place
..i business at Miami, Dade county,
m the Bti le of Florida, and whereat-
the stockholder! of such corporation
!,l en tin- 1st day of February. A l>
1154, an*,- |o be filed In the office of
ihS Se.let.ilV of State of tile State of
Florida, a Consent of all the stock-
holders und.r the provisions of said
Chapter 108, F'lorl.la Statutes, show-
ing the dissolution of such corporation
Flow, therefore, the Secretary of
Slat.- does hereby certify to the fore-
going and that he Is satisfied that
the requirements of law have been
complied with
IN WITNKSS W'HERFJOF. 1
have hereunto set my hand
and have affixed the Oreat
Seal of the Slate of Florida.
at Tallahassee, the Capital,
this the First day of February.
A Ii 1951.
It. A. OHAY.
Secretary of btate.
(SEAL)
2/I2/..4 _______
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICF: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
F'1-O-BKI.I.F: AITS., at 92ni-9I21 East
Bav Harbor Drive. Bay Harbor Island.
F"lorlda, Intend to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
WILLIAM POLLOCK
HERMAN LUDWIO
l/ I .-.-12-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1M1I3
SAM BAPOFF, Plaintiff.
ys
RECKY SM'UKK. Defendant
NOTICE TO APPEAR
To ii.-. kv sapoff
BlistOI Slleet
Brooklyn, New fort
You in-.- liei.ii. notified that a Hill
,.f Comptalat tor Wvorae has been
filed agalnal you, and you are, requir-
ed to serve a co|, of noiii Answer or
,.,,., ,,!...,.ling to the inn Uomptalnt
. ,, ll.iliifff'- atloriiev SIIF.I.I ><-M N
I l-l.'HI'K 7"'. Beybold Mulldlng. Ml-
I it.f.i and fib- the original
Answer or pleadlaa I" the "ifflce of
rk of the Circuit Court In and
1 p Florida, on ot before
the llth dav ..r Marc*. IH4: othor-
wise, the "f 'he lo'l '
Int will be taken ai rot
P kTED this Mb dav of i-.l.i 11.1' v
i: n LEATHBRMAN,
; ,,f the Circuit Court
B M C IIREBN,
iSeali Deput) dork
M,KI.I".N N LEI .in K. BSQ. 4J
Attorned foi Plaintiff
| il-ll-M l/
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
"THE OWBN -. i ", at v.:i N K. i-i
Avenue, Miami. Ha., inf.nils to rcgls-
. S name vvitli (I,, Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Had,- Coonty, Ftor-
Ida.
hank .1. OWEN, Sole Owner
M> Kits. HEIMAN \ KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
1 Sev I.,Id Hldg.
2 '12-19-26 3/5
!'!
-----1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKKIIV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HAMPSHIRE APARTMENTS, at
12:14-35-3* Pennsylvania Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach, Florida, Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
wolfe m en i >e ix ys
miriam mendf:ijstm
william 1 brenner
Attorney for Parties
2/12-19-28 1/5
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBBT C.1VEN thst
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
AnSol Co., at P. O. Box 478, Miami
Beach, intend* to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I>a.le County, Florida.
SAIL A HACKMYER.
Sole Owner
MKLVIN B. F'RCMKES
Attorney for Applicant
1 Lincoln Road
2/..-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PHILLIPS FURNITURE CO., (Not
Inc.) at MM B.W. Ith Street. Miami.
I la., Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
or i lade 'ount i- oiida
PHIL II BEARKAN
Sol,. iwner
HENRY M CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
1318 w.st Flagler St., .Miami, Florida
2/8-12-1I-2I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE OOUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 166089
CARL c. LIENAC. Plaintiff,
v*.
HERTHA ADELR A MALI A
IJENAL, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: HERTHA ADELE AMALIA
LIENAC
:,(r7? Bradlev Boulevard
Bethes.la, Maryland.
Yin- arf: hf:rf:by notified,
that a Bill of Com|ilalnt for Divorce
has been filed against you. and you
are required to serve a copy of your
Answer on the plaintiff- attorney,
CHARLES .1. COCKSHON. 311 Lin-
coln Road. .Miami Beach. Florida, and
file the original Answer in the office
of the Clerk of the circuit Court, on
or before the ,'.th day of March. IIS4,
or the allegations of said Bill of Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed.
DONE AND ORDERED, at Miami.
Florida, this 3rd day of FYbruary, USD
E II. LBATHERMAN.
.'lerk. Circuit Court.
I tad,, i 'oiintv. F'lot Ida
By K. ii 'MCE. .lit .
(Seah D.putv Clerk
2'.-12-19-21,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undoraigned, desiring t.. engage. In
business undei the fictitious na
LUCKY LEE RANCH, at T'li", Bonlta
Drive, Miami B. u i, intends to rag-
ister said nanie with the Clerk "f the
Clroult '..nit of Dade County, Florida
LEONARD LEE RATNER.
Sole ( l\v Her
SOMMBR, FRANK A WESTON
Allot iiev s for Applicant
1 Lincoln Road
I .",-12-19
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 1661*7
CLAIRE II EINOALR, Plaintiff.
vs.
WILLIAM E. SSINGALE, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: WILLIAM E EINOALE
Addiess unknown, but
possible in., y be at
M4I F:. I9th Street
Cleveland. Ohio
You are hereby notified that a Mill
of Complaint for Invoice ha* been
filed against you, atjd you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorneys. KBH8LBR
dr OARS. 17X2 West Flagler Street.
Miami. Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 17th day of March. I9r.4.
If you fall to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken again*t you for
the relief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl.olttDIAN.
IMtNK AND ORDERED it Miami,
liorida. this .'.th dav of FVbruary.
A. D ItM,
E I! LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
llv WM W STOCKIN.:.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
2/12-19-2I /.",
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 31518
In Ri ESTATE OF'
SAUL .1' ISEPH I'l'.AItl.MA.N.
a/I a SAIL .1 PEAI'.I MAN
a/k/a S JOSEPH PEARi.MAN,
I k.a S .1. PBARLMAN, M.D.,
I le. ,i
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands. Against Said
Eatat.
You, and each of you, are hereby
notlfi, .1 ai,i\ required t<> ureaeni an.'
ciaim* and denian.is nrhlch rou, >
.liher of vuu. may have .igamst lln-
estatc of sail JOSEPH PKARL-
Man, .mi deceased late or Iktde
County, Florida, lo the Honorable
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the Minie in their Office* in the
County Courthouse in Dade County,
Florbla. within eight calendar in..nth-,
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demand! to
contain the legal address of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and present. I
as aforesaid, or same will be barred.
l>ate February 2. A.D. 19S4.
IRENE PBARLMAN,
As Executrix of the Last Will and
Testament of
SAUL JOSEPH PEARI.MAN. etc.
I leceaeeit.
thf:odore j sakowitz
Attorney for FJxecutrlx
2/:,-12-19-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 11334
In Re:
Estate of SOPH IB RABINOWITZ,
also know as SOPHIE MEYERHON,
also know as BOPHIE MEYRISON,
I iecease
CITATION
THE STATE OF" FLORIDA:
TO ABRAM MEYERUOSS, and to hla
wife, his children and grandchildren,
whose names and realdance* are un-
known; to JOSEPH OENSTEIN,
whoae reaidenca is unknown; t*. tlie
children and grandchildren ..f cki.ii:
GENSTEIN, Deceased, who names
and resi.ieii.e- arc unknown; I.
widow of JACOB MBYERtJOSR. I'-
. ea sad, and to the chlldi en .< nd i
n of .i ac. ib mi-:vi:ip ; rsTt, i -
.cased, vv hose names and icsldences
ai. i.iiknovv ii. to the vv id .w ... i
MEYF^ROOSS, I......ased, and to the
children and grandchildren of ELI
M i: Y l :i:ci i.--s. Deceased, l..... names
ami resldencaa are unknown, and to
all pait.es known and unknown, claim-
ing by, througl......ndei an] ..r tiie
above parties, and to all |,er*ons
whomaoevei claiming any Intareal In
and to tiie estate of the above named
decedent, aa provided in Paragraph
Ninth, la), lln. (C) and tdi. of Ii, r
last Will and Testament, and to all
of the unknown heirs, devisees and
legatees claiming, Ol entitled to lllilll.
under said portions of the Last Will
and Testament of the above named
decedent, and to .,11 other persons con-
cerned
YiT AP.E HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an Order lias been entered In the
above estate, sumption of your death iias lieen es-
tablished and that von or anv person
in your behalf, if you are alive. ^{,-
required to produce within th..... (3)
months from the date of the first pub-
lication of this Citation, before this
Court, satisfactory evidence of yonr
continuance in life. You are hereby
further notified that an Ordei has
been entered herein de< reelni that
under the provision- of Paragraph
.Ninth. ( i. lb), (i i. Id), and ...
the Lasl will and Testament of the
abov de. .-dent, that the remained
of this .-state will be dlstr buted to
.Inn ities p. b. s. lei le i bj I he Ex.
utol as prov id, ii In sal I \\ II, alii
that If
continuance In life la not produc, '
within s.i Id three III montl
will be entered herein flndtna nnd ad-
ludl. it n| the charities who i i i
t itled to a h pi ..p. i
A Id. h I
- j.,-. t a entltli I -
I fall Int. .I. i re.
: ed in di.......n as
WITNESS my hand and seal of ss <
Court, at Miami. I iol,' *.....it; Flo -
- 25th .i i v lanuai i l*">4
s \\ F BLANTON
Count) Judge
OEi IRCE i "HERTKl IF
'.7-ll > llv mid.. Building
Miami. Florida
FTxecutor for above estate.
I 29 2 .'.-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIYEN that
the un.lei signed, desiring to engage In
business undel ihe fictitious name of
APPLIANCE CENTER, at 1140 W
Flagler Street. Miami, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dude Countv. Flor-
ida.
WASHER MART. INC.
MYERS. HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
.",U Sevbolri Itldg.
1/22-21 8/I-11_________
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
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solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Phone 2-4366
for messenger service
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
lulldnpsa under the fictitious name of
O. K. EIJCCTRIO CO.,at 4019 N ,W.
J7th Court, Hialeah. Fla.. intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv.
Florida.
ALFRED R. OVKRTHKi.w
LAI'RBNCB w KBLLBY
Sob- Owners
HOMBR I. MARLOW
Attorney for Applicants
111 latngford Illdg.
1 Itt 2 ".-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVBN th.t
the undersigned, desiring to engage iii
business under the fictitious name of
"DEBRA LYNN SHOP", at 1021 Lin-
coln Road. Miami Reach, Florida, in-
tends lo register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit court of Dade
Countv, Florida.
William F"n\". .ii: soi.. owner
EDWARD s RBKNICK
At'ornej for "Dabi i.v nn shop''
i tt-tt I 1-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICI- IS HEREBY GIVEN th.t
i lie iimb rslgned, desiring It
- Iindel I lie II, t l| loua tl line of
THE SWEATER MART '.....nl V
ngton Avenue, Miami
|.....ids to registi r -aid n ime
w ith the Clai l< of the Ciroull (
. 'mini v Moral i
V\ II.I,I m |-,,\. ||; .
"Iivs ARD s RESN1CK
Attorney for "The Sweater Mart"


PAGE8B
+Jmist>f*>r*M(M
LEGAL NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that a special
election will be held in the City ef
North Miami Beach, Florida, from 7
o'clock A.M. until 7 o'clock P.M. on
fgonday, February 15, 1954 for the pur-
pose:
HALL THE PROPOSED REVISED
CHARTER OF THE CITY OF
NORTH MIAMI BEACH,PREPARED
Y THfc CHARTER REVISION
BOARD PURSUANT TO THE
STATUTES OF THS STATE OF
FLORIDA NOW IN EXISTENCE. TO
WIT CHAPTER 16* OF THE FLOR-
IDA STATUTES, 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
SDOPTED OR DISAPPROVED AND
OT ADOPTED.
PROPOSED REVISED CHARTER
FOR THE CITY OF NORTH MIAMI
EACH, DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
ARTICLE I
INCORPORATION FORM OF
GOVERNMENT POWERS
Section l. INCORPORATION
2. FIIKM OK GOVERNMENT
3. POWER8 OK CITT
Section 1. INCORPORATION: The
inhabitants of the City of NORTH
MIAMI n,;.U'H, within tin- c-,.rpi.ra-
tion limits its now established or as
hereinafter established in the manitel
provided hy law. Hiiaill continue to be
u municipal body politic aim corporate
In perpetuity, under the name ol the
"CITT 0* .suit in .Miami BEACH' .
the territorial boundaries of which
Mall 1.0 B8 follow.--:
Basin at ihe Mouthweat corner ol
Section -1. Township "- South.
Kangc 42 Ka.-t. run Northerly aloni
tne West lin,. of Mo- above mention-
ed Hecflon t.. to. bast Boundan
lines of the l-'loi Ida Cast Coast
road; Thence meandering this
Kaat Right-of-waj line to the S itl
Inn- of Section U-..2-12 :
Westerly along the South line :
Section K-.',2-i2 an.I Section l
to the Southwest corner "f >-
17-02-41; Thence Kortherlj along th<
M eat line ..I -.ml .-. :.. th.-
South lln.- ol Ho- Nt of the S I
..f Ho- s'K1, ..: (he SI-:1, ..f s-
1N-52-42: Then Hi
said South line i" the \Vesl
oi Hi,- xt, oi the ni:!, ol
si-:', of Ho- si", .
i-'. Thi nee Noi i hei l.v along I
m -i line io Ho- South line '
i su I, ,.f Hi.. NK', of
si:', ..I Hoi -.*>2-42;
w. htei I) along i.
: VVi m line ..i [h- si: ,
SM ul S -', of
Seetion 1 ;- Noi thi rl>
lie to the -
\ H | f the SV
XK'i "I Hi.- SK'i n
.. \\. --.
r i _
w. -I
if the K>, ,
West II......r XK'i ul
Ine ol
.... Thence W,
-
r.2-41 t.. ih, \v SK'i
llle SH'i
Kcirthi almif thi
I line I he Noil
' '

m
III
of Seel .', .
the .,r thi SK>,
Seel t-nce X,
i the
North xei,
the !
'I hem i said Noilh
the \Ve*l ( Sect lor

west llm | to the
North i the SAV,
\ :
SW ol Sectioi : : i Thi
... the
North line of the S the SW
' ie N\\ ', ol r Seel on
Thi iff 6 ii
North III the Ka of the
s ,.t thi S\\
SI.1, ,,;.-.. ...
.- ni;li,-: 1 i | ,
the Norl e S\V> of
SK'i "1 '!
terlj along -..il North
i!o- East I of the K
of ih.- si:', -. .- ,.
Thence Southi i ; said ];.,.,
line i" the Noi th llm
IJ-.i2-12: 'I'h. ii
North 1 n. ul Section I- -2- 12 ami
Se, lion Ii 12-42 to the K
I he NE'j of the .N'W'', ..', Si
17-52-1.' Thi nee s mihei Iv
said K.im line tn the North Una Dl
the ti'/i of the X'j ..i s. ctlon I7-52-
12; i I en. Knsterly along
North line :.. Ih* Weal III .- ..f ih.
i:1-.- or the \w, of the NE'j of
Sei.....' IT-52-42; Th- m .- Noi therlj
along -.ii.i Wi i continuing
along the Weal line ol the si-:', of
the s\v ', of the SK', .,f s. tlon
v",;--'-' ,*". ""' *attl "'.....i' 'he
.\\\ -, of the sw, ol the si-:', ,.f
52-42; Thence Westerly
South "
LEGAL NOTICE
to
the
l!
to the Weal
f Section 8-52 12
along -.nil Weal
line of ih.- nki,
SYV, of Section
aterlj along said
Section
along said
line of the Bl
Thence Northerly
Una '.. the South
of the SW, | ,1,
8-J2-42: Thence W
Sooth hue to Ho- W.-sl line of the
M-:', of the NK'; r the sw, of
Section 8-.i2-42; Thence Northerly
along >.. i.l West line Io the South
line of the N'W', ,.f Sectl m 8-52 12
Thence Westerly along .-.hi South'
line to the Weal line ..f the i
the BW ', of the s'l-:1, .r the \w,
of Section 8-52-42; Thence Northerli
along -.ul Weal line to the South
lui.- of tne \:.-. ,,r u,,. s, llf |hp
\\\ ', ,.| Section B- .2-12; Then.-e
Westerly along said South Una to
t".. weal hi.....r the K> of Do- M:',
:'f-',hV siv'' "' th" Nw"'< < Section
i." : V T"'1"'" Northerly along snid
West line to the South line of the
v \v ', of the xw'i, of Section I-S2
12: Tbe.ce Westerly along said
South line to the West line of Sec-
tion 8-52-42: Then.-e Northerly alone
the West line of Section <-.".2-42 to
the South line of the NVi of the N'-.
;' the N'M', of s.-elion T-52-42;
Theme Westerly along laid South'
line .. the West l|.,e f the N V, of
. !e 1!S "' lne NK'' "f Section 7-52-
' .' Thence Northerh- nlona said
v eat line to the North line of Sec-
tion 7-52-42: Then,-.. Baaterly along
\ ?9"".,h.'i"e,.-'f aUong 7. I and
'-..'-12 tn the Weal line of the SK',
nf th.- sw, of the sw, of Section
--I2. Ih.-nee Noi lhe.lv |ong said
West line to the North line of the
the S', of the /, of the SWW of
Section 4-j2-42; Thence Easterly
along sai.l North line to the East line
of the S\V' of Section l-..:4._
Thence Southeii>
line of the SW.
ami the Eaal lin
.-,-,-iii.ii h-,.:-*.' t,
along the
( Section I
of the NU It
lne North Ime
East
2-4:
i Ol
LEGAL NOTICE
,i.
the SK1. oi Section -62-42; Thence
Easier!} alnna -.ml North line t,,
in,- i-..,'-t line ,,f Section : '
Thence South.-ri> ..long the Baal
line of Section -j2-42 and the East
line of Section K-32-42 10 the ."-outli
hue of tl* Nr of the NEkoj Sswj
tiun ls2-41. TaenCM Westerly
along said *.uth line to its Intel -
section w.ih tn< Eaat Klght-of-waj
line of Kederal Hlghwaj No I.
Thence-Southwesterl) .,long tin bai
Rlght-ol-WHj llm ul i ", ral Hie::-
w.i\ No I, i.'." i i feel mor<
to '.. point, Tlo ii- > utheaaterlj el
an angle uf Id 111 Ii Io II
with in. ; i.
more oi leaa, to point in a line
4(1 ieet Noi tn d pal illel t" the
- ith line of thi N4 of the N I .
the >'', of tin NEW ol -
IS- .;'-!. rhem >'-- ierlj and
1,-1 to h lln< \" "i feel more
-. Then e Southi r feel
in.......: leaa rhence W esti i ti paral
i.-i i,, an i m feel South ol th.
. yij of the NBW el
the sv\ ol S E f -
K-aC-4: leet to the fcaal
Rlght-o/-wa) line ol rVderal lligh-
wu N .. l. Thence Southwesterly
H'a) ..in 12 f< '
10 I!.. Nortl re f the SK', of the
SW '. : the affl of :h. NI'',
.-. ... I'h. ti- Baal
;.,.n .. i or leaa to th.- Baal
line ol th.- W'v ,-' the w .- i
i: ..f Section '-" K rh<
Bouthi W F!-,--i line :.- the
South line ,.f th- NW, ol :h. N\^ ,
..f the si:1, ,.f Section la-
Then Weaterlj along said S
thi V\ -' I .1 'he SE' of
.-. i: Th n Northei b
ng I Weal Ini to ti Inu r-
isl Right-of-Wa)
thweaterlj
to thi
-. rctk>n of the
North lim 5, Blocl I -
it then
|

.
1 to thi
\\ .
Iligha N -


,
...
tlt-of.Wa)
1 ,
Soulh westei
n
- ij,. ion of thi Noil
I Hock I. al
istel
1 I the Norl : I...I I. to
' : I .
i lighu ay Ni South-
., ,\ ,.f
said Itighl H ., to the -
Weslt-rl
I
A
-loll.

Wesl .., u 2,
[hi
'
K the
nl Ul 1 1u thi Weal
f-W lne of I .1. i..l lligh-
.....
IVi -Was line
to the South 111
,
the
f Lol I. 2. afoie-

i-u along thi Wesi ol i.
I Hoc k 2, a I
Nortl .;:, ,,f
r Section
North
of Seclioll i:.-:.2-4i to tlw
Hank ol th.- Ottta Ulver;
.southwestern and mean-
with t'leta Kiv.r to a
.n the .Noithwes.eiiy bank
river I'm feet West ol
K..M line o! Ihr SW. ..I --'
i. Then, r Northerly and
th,. -..in K.st line "f the
NWS
Weat
Theme
del lilt
l..n, ,.
ol -.ll'l
th
11..II 1
l.ar.ill. I tl
K ', to the SOUtll line ol UM N*J .
,., .-. ,,n I .2. -'" the I'OIIH
ol Bi tiiinm
tiffM o
lieginnliuc.
the Northweal eorner "t
i Section -**-; Tben.e
, .sierl) along the North line
,,, the SW4a t" the liast Hue oi the
lit .., the NK'. ol tne NW'. oi
th. SW, of Hecttoil s-2-42: Ihenc.-
Soulheri) along said Baal line to the
hi..... the N'; "I the NWVi
SWS of Section >-,---.
H lerl) along aald South
the Weal Ii......( S" i.on
-12 Thence Northeii) along aald
Weal line to the Northweal i ornei
,.i ih.- sw, of Section 1-52-42; And
the Hoini oi Beginning. AJ.__M
s^tion 2 FORM OF GOVERN.
MENT: Thai tne Government of aald
mil be veated m a Mayor, and
ouncil; .mil the Ooveinmeni of
itv shall !> inied on by the
Si'Uth
..! tile
lll.il'i-
l.ne 111
LIGAL NOTICE
jlowing offlcera, lo-wlt:
MAI'HI
CITT ti it'Niil.
MUNICIPAL JL'DOE
CITY ATTORNEY
CI.KHK
IAN ASSESSOR
tax i"i.i.i:i"i"i:
Al'DlTOR
persona who hold office
,.f North Miami Beach
,.t .,n election by the people, or
. iion b) the City Council, or,
w:... are appointed :,> am City office,
whethri herein dealgnated or preacrlb-
e,i i.\ Ordinance purauanl to the pro-
hen "i shall I- held and deem-
ed to be CM) Offlcera ol the i'n> of
North Miami Beai ti
Section 3. POWERS OF CITY: The
Cltj shall have all th. powen granted
to ., municipal corporation and lo
.- t.. the Constitution and (leneraJ
|| State, lofttber with .ill
........ai r to i .ii r> in-
,v. on .ill powers granted The
fltj ii propertj within ,.i
noi ate limits foi an) Clt)
simple, or any leaser
ti .--,.- b) pui
. ondemnatlon, and
: ige, hold, man-
proper^ ..- Ita
nti -' '...... and, i gcepl as
- natltutioi -f this
Stall ma of this Cl
I .1,1 rash) i i
...\, im tlon- i Ighls,
- ^, ,nrt hmniunlrfes
nature nS The
.-num. ited pai'
:... r- ,n this Charter shall I .' "
ed ti !" \. I :-;\ a li I 111 ai.lt-
he i".w ,-i enumei ated
or Implied hereby, oi appropriate to
-,f su. h i1"''. a. It
.i i shall hav, and
po i in. Ii under

i>l ih.
line to hi i:.,-
Ih.
aim a
Sei tloi .:. is -|
'

of \\.... Im, r .
No I; 'I'h, i Soul
I Right f-Wa
i.
- il
. .Illel ..I
.- '
NW k, ol

'
!*' -'....... feel -.. :
'' from
I..
!. nl R K M I.
Subdivision ...
then ] || ,,
I m.i, founl i Id Thi
,l,,| |.,i illel 1 ;, i.,
of Ih, \\\ -. -
.,. distance ol SHI
f '. : i.nrallel u, the
High waj \n
,uih line of the NE',
2l-.'.2-l2. T Ii i. V
along said South line 25
,::.!1" f the
SI.', ol the NE', of thi SW
So
nl
I)
Ii ml. .1 hat Ho-
the Const itntion of this SI ite, II
mnpetent fm this I'hartei
tO III,'.
ENUMERATE!) POWERS OF THE
CITY: l .1 shall Ii iv aleI
- granti I thi
iii Tn establish, la) out
i ., ol. n. ii .
, nii.ii). .in l oth-
. w -.- unproi.- and to ab in.lon oi i a
i ,il.- bi dges, sldeu., Ik-.

. r, .in. and 'i wiri
tr iv,.i. i ,d it trafl
. .ui\ ,.i ., II Mpeh 'H\ in
liuillng the power t,, regulate thi
enl, ,,p. ration and
englnea, I ra Ina, motoi, a ml
operating In or tl
11 y;
and all wlrea,
les to I- pi.i. ed
.....I maintained undi i ground .
.,1 I ., i to
and in.i nl iin al thi Ii \... nac ade-
Ing lights, gates ., id sig
"'|- oi t, hmen, u here dee.....,1
to) i .... se all powei -. the ob-
' whli h i- to pi ti ihi public
ii it'll, safet) pul.I..... j p,,|,
i welfare; and i .- .,,.,, t.
ill i held i,, I,.- void
|iuinl hown^to b inn
- .1-.
"i i'.. lirei se, U|Hin sui h t< r I
II" Coum ll luav fi.....
to 'in., .i. i. i mini and t ta
l, will

, ihi

I
- i
..ii i .
ii .,
i

. ii
si:
lit
i i)
in it
the
'l Of
ii 81
llf the
N II .
i'h. ni
along aald Baal line n
','.....I the NW. of ih,-
M-.'i of the BW', ol s
12; Thence Westerl)
South line to the I
SK', of Hi, SW, of Ho
the su ', of Section 21 12
line being also thi i ,. ,,
ii A'"V",'1"1 I''-" of l: K \i,|,
V,' ;;,,,.....*' '.....'" '. the
riat ther.-of. rei orded In Plal ISo.,k
'tpjge 22, of the I'ubll, i:, ,..
I'aii,- i ounty, Florida
the North line of Lot 28, nfon
uMlvlalon: Thence Sou
along the Baai line of l.,,i :-. afore-
aid subdivision 881 tr, f,.t i ,h..
South ,i ,. j8i ,.._, h
olvlalon, being alan the North line
'f ','" "f 'he S'-. f
Section 21-52-42 Tin-..... BaaterK
along said North line to ,,,-.
line of the s'-. of the sw, ,,(,,,.
si.', f Section 81-52-4J Then e
Houtherly along#sald Bast line lo th-
s-onth line of Section 21-52-4?
Then.-e We-.eilv .long -ai.l
line to the u eat line ,,f -;,
2-42; Which is the point
and lag and n
and i-.i ri venue,
1. lo
ally,
'".I i, ..... ,,l| ||.
i i. ilatcaj
i |ev\
warrant
ased In tlie l.u.-ii,,-
'' bj i he person.
'

h in.urn.-i ..ni nftei
I in iv pi,..

f

ind -.,
01 |.

tax oi ,
be i.....Ie in
.."ii aui h I.-- in-
r,'"" "'"" .' .....
' ",l""' "'" la thereof In the
Jo In ,.... .,., ,,,,!,,,
ImiH*
-i\ elllnes............

South
ctlon 21-
of begin
J24J; Thence Baaterly
Kouth Right-of-way line "oi,
Southerly and parallel to the
f _'h.,'.^w'' '' Bectlon
Thcnc
I-ii-t line
' -.2-42 to a point fif.0 f'ee \CrWi n
he South line of the NWU St LI
tion 1.1-52-42; Thence East., 1 ,,
parallel to the South line of the
:,;;!;";:

ine sasessment
intents, I.,.
of such i -
"""'- shall be mi
:,'^""-' "......rsons
the i, .,,., ,,
fjj the -.,
"2* To a< Hull..
sell
P'......ties h
otherwise, for
ii taxes oi sne-
vided that the
il
form and equal
in,I ,
1 inn del
rlrcumsta n, as
.'ii ortgagi
UsaaeT sell, oroLX '!' .....'^""'-
W A watSr 'smfrT" MWrr"
If)
in
0)
'ni.iistra,,,,',," ",f'C" "" M-
Public Markets
incinerators
Vi'i'.u!"",' runds
Auditorium
Amphilhtatres
nUPAY, FEBRUARY 12. i954
LEGAL NOTICE
(k) l'arks
il) liaygrounehl
inn "loir courses _.,-,.
tni Athletic and recreational nefa
(ul i mi king lota
tpl I'uiilic Libiary (aii-orwlmr to
the provisions- of the iir1ieil
latws, as contained In Sec-tlona
167,10 to lH.tH. Inclusive, of
lionda Statutes)
113) To enact Ordinances defining;
ofieilNes against the City and U> pro-
vide the puulshment therelore," but' Ul
such cases the maximum fine W b*
imposed shall not exYeed K1vt Hun-
dred (f '""> Hollars, and iin|irisMinien
shall not exceed Sixty (Wj stave. or
both;
illi To levy, assess and cotlect
suoh general and special taxes on
property, >eal or piraunal or both,
tritbln the City, and such special as-
sessment lor special or local Improve-
ment-, and such excise and privilege
lax......- shall be lawful for carrying!
out I he pui pose and powers of the
City, and provided that no taxes In
excess of two 12) mills shall lie Na-ietl'
for the benefit of a public library:
(15) To levy, aases and collect tax*
and in honow money, within tSbl
limits pi escribed by general law: #>
to lev) and collect snocial assessmcnT*.
for benefits conferred:
(lb) To furnish all local public
services. 10 purchase, hire, construct,
uwn, mail, i a in and operate or lease
local public utilities; to acquire by
, ondeiiiiiai ion or otherwise, ilhin or
without the corporate limits property
ary lor any suoh pnKjiuaes, sub-
ject to the restrictions Insnosed by
general law for the protection of other
communities: and tu grant local public
utility franchises and to regulate the
exercise thereof.
iITi To make local public Improve-
ments and to acquire by condemnation
,.i otherwise, property within or with-
out its corporate Hunt* necessary for
such tinpr,-M-inents. and also to ac-
qulre an >-\i -- over that needed for
.mi -ii. h Improvement, and to sell or
\.. -s property with restrict ions
in order to protect and preserve the
Improvement;
il-i To issue and sell bonds on the
security, in whole or In part, or any
such excess peoparty, or of such ex-
,.-. property, or of any public utility
owned b) the City, or of the revenue
thereof oi of both, including the east
of ,i public utility, If de.-med desirable
t>\ the ''ii*. a franchise stating the
terms upon which, in case of fore-
closure, the purchaser ma] operate
-il. Il ul ilil )
iii'i To organise and administer
public libraries subject t" the General
(201 To adpnt and enforce within
ihe.i limits, local p,,li, -.,nitarY
and oil,, i similar reg-uurttons not m
'inflict with th. General Usi;
i.'li To provide for slum clearance
ami the rehabilitation of blighted ar-
and mils of mnnc) or proiiertf*
or loan- or money or cretin for utics
purposes shall t"1 deetnjpil t. be Crsj
puns
(22) '!':. I.- ,'. ... i inlrasst
Ii id low in...... and
f,.i n and nihei fn
iii or appurtenant thi i..'.,#iinil
il mone) or pmpei ns
.,[ mone) .r i..-iii i I ousrflSs
shall be deemed to be I Clt) ptsr-
pose
ARTICLE II
THE COUNCIL; THE MAYOR
1 Number, selection and
term
2 Qualifications
S ilSI.V
I Titnlni head The Jffa-yrw
I'ovrert and duties ,>f rhe
Mil > "t
6 Vai am lea In offli of tTie
m,i> or
T Power- of Council
Va am les In < 'ouncil
Indui ilon mcll Into
offli .-. Meetings of < ouncil
i" Coum il i...... j idge ,,f
qualifications of it- mem-
1 1 Rules of l'r.....llllle,
Journal
1 2 i ltd,nan -
12 Procedure for passage, of
Ordinances; first i,
11, Second reading and public
i eai ing
1" Further n isldei stlon;
rinal isissBffjBi
16. I'ui.li, ,nion of Ordinal.....
aftei fin il pam igi pa r-
inlssive referendum
1 7 I linei gene) .ii
.5"'!". NUMBrf. SELECTION
AND TERM: The Council shall have
rivi i members elected for s term ol
ruur years each, provided, howss/er,
that i<- ilon of councilman -hail be
staggered, lo-wil Two (2......mllm.-ii
-ii.iii stand i..i .-I., lion slmultam
"' Mayot '- ... Hon years; remain-
tl) councllmen on alternate
"id. Iirol Id.-.l. thai
in. llm,n shall be real-
Ith i, the laiundarj lines of the
I i-trlets hereafti tnateil and
within th.. Dlatrli I from
"';" '" '.......i and further, Hint
......ni, ilman shall lie ,-le. ted
from t'rhcDl.trlcl bj the voter, of
Section 2 QUALIFICATIONS: C4SJBI-
.......n..iiti..i elector, of
in i '...ii hold no othei public
" '.....\ '!'' "<"t of Notary fVhllc.
or'member of Ihe Vatlonal Quard,
Neva or mi,,.,,-. i, ,- ,, :, ,..
' ."i..,, .hall cease to ,, of
'T", ']| '' '""'
;''.'' Involving moral lur-
."...- his i.ffl.e shall lull,,,.:
i,e. ..in.- vacant
Sectme, 3 SALARIES: The annual
shall be fixed bi
' hall not be Increased
, s'.'iiT"'.:,::""""""""",
Ma'yo'S" Sh T'JULA'< HEAD. THE
i'.. Mayor -hall be recn.
'"* '""lar hi i.....f fhe City

r
r*gUls-
i/. .i
."' ine tltnlsr he......f (he City
,n;.;.:. ..,.'.- 1 ,",',' "' "", Nl '< -hall be:
; thai all .ntrnances "' the
, ''.' f.ii'ifulK evecnted.
h ,'''',""'"' ,.w,, "" eoneenl f
\l\J '> onn.-ii chief of Police
> -iii. I hold office al ih- plea.ue-
an.l i.KM"V"r "'"' ,h" ''"> 'ouncil
Z ..""* *""" ""'l "'"Ie- -hsll
after 1.,." ',"; ""* '" "l:,v h'"-
t"^^^ ** **-. ..
I,''" ..... '" nrnoe- Iv for Ihe Cltv
; ."- and all Judicial .ate or sale,
under laW| whfrf ,
Is a pai r*
') to sign all
bond
i
deeils
the City
rontrarta.
n"to -fciLh!: '""umenta In writ:
nlhoV^H^ 'a' OtT*"" r-rt. when
-i~ tn, do bv dins nee or
"on of the City cnell.
mage recomniendatlona from
a,i
Hods for the gca-en
oin. City larpartments 'wU,v"
Jiis njuK,.ieni, lies, pionioi-T. ,ln
teraata of tne City, and "t .n1.,* ln-
pernM-ni alt duties 2,' u ""'I
by. Ordtnancai, of t VUB0 ""
tnrs Charter. "s <" (g) to appoint, confirmed by the n,
I ouncil, when rue c.,,,, L'^J-^
euon ou.c-mi>ioie. a ''*"
tor or Coinptsobi-r., ,,,! Auui-
ami duties lofaii oi iucVat J^ "
<-r may 1.,^,- lX t!l^ &**>
,w,ni 'd nV tft'S Cliiii i,s and^,";
*u*nw teJtn. c(,v On.,,,..,,'Cnen^"1
requireU. a full anu ..,". "T "'
neait o all receipts a,,', J,^'
n.e,.u of the > ,., "T*.
Mtaiement; anu .iall hIm, S55S
suu aabni.l lo cmn .... ,.....,.'^ '
Clfy i ouncil at in. -.,' r^ >"'
lueethlg III cacn nioutn .t,,!*
showing the amount (!""
Penaes of each City i-c|.,,tn.en. "r
hs preceding mo,,,,,, ,..,. ,n w '
lne sill'iuni leiluwed to ... h uaiuri
incnt wis-n toe Annual ......e,"^'!
(hi lo act on all Ordinal,.-, ~,^.
by tbe tU) Council ai.l wna.-iM!;i
lie submit.e,. b,.,.,e ,.( nxll 'j'_
feet to the Ma),.r, tae^JJoaf
*ayor for his approval. ,i ..ppri
he whali sign tne same ... ,i ,Vrai-,i i
to tbe c.,y Clerk.; .f qimS^LT
retnm name with his ,,i.-,-,.o,..7'
wining, tu.the city Couneu ,, ,,
neat tegular meeting. i,0 ,h,i|
rauae the same to be entei.-il hi mil
uiion Its records of ti.r pio-vwi.
Inga, with the Mayoi ,,i,|e,^Mn,
thereto, and puns upon ,h, mim. ,<
Upon CHl.-idei.-itipn the r,n coum-i
snail pass said IJrdlnani bi a t,m>.
fiftha 14/i) majority vote, which
vote shall be e.itereu up.n the rets
oros, such Ordinance snail men t*.
come law, the Mayor's vole t th
ii.utiar> notWlthstaBdlna Any Oral.
name which shall not be returns! |g
the City Council at the i..\t csirOlar
meeting after Its passage ufth ,i
written veto, shall beconu ., law in
like manner as if approved by tlio
Mayor or Acting May.-r
Section g.VACANClES IN OFFhtE
i iK tlAYOR: The I.......I, 'hi- city
Council, during the abse ., dba-
blllty of the Mayor, shall let at rsrh
Mayor, hut while so \fyor,
'o shall not have the t gill to art ..r
vets as a member of the I'ouncH,
but llie City Council -l., ,n j-ut-h
case, elect s President pn, tem and
in case the Mayof shad be absent or
lalioilng undei any dlsabiliti I ii
ih.m (oree days at a llllle, the .ul-
ing Mayor shall reoelvi Mayor'i
-.,!,,> lor 111." llllle ol Ii Qf
d.-ability, provided, thai i i < lent
of the abscin-e. sli gin lalffl- I
cation of (lie Mas....."
dent of the City Council, (he City
Council niav elect one ol mhert
who shall ne Acting May. it the
acting Ms |.....inn..: -it i, ,
.f 'uiiiii-il. s u'l, providi
. a.-e of death, mi I
lailure to i|uallf.v due to I
,,i physical disability, ise of
failure to slecl a Ma>ol Ih, I ..il.nl
of the Clt) i loum ,1 or All
..ii- provided, shall I
dudes of said Dffl S Ul I tilled in %
manner and pursuant ,':'!> l.B
VIII, Bectlon n of this i rter.
Section 7. DUTIES AND POWERS
OF CITV COUNCIL: The i ity
ell shall haie Ihe pOWl
all of (he powers grant. I
of North Miami Be *
i 'hni tar, log, ther with .,11 I
powera nei esaai y to cai r>
1Mb ill powera n .,',:, id - ity The io i.-in lit, r eiiuini
Ocular powers In this l.i
not be d. si.....i exclusii i
i ion to tb- powers enu
or nopli.il then by. oi
the exorcise of sui h |mi
tended tiiat 'io i)
have and HIS v exi i
which, under Ihe Con |
- .1. and graiil.-d to tin
ells of cities an I to n-
Laws of the State of i
i......mpetenl for this Ch
lo snumi
ENUMERATED POWERS OF
COUnb.L: The Clt) '
have and I -
powers as follow-
Hi l'o ap......ii a City .1
-hall perform all th, '
i;..... mm by the pro' I
i h.,i i. r .ii,.| which
-, i lb.-,I ,,i which in.,' ,,,,r
p,e.-c. Il.e.l by Clt' ,%
(Jl To appoint a City l.n-
nall perform all dunes '
iil-oii him by (he pi
Charts! and whl.li ." now P*J"
, i ilwd. or Which may I ter
preaw.......I by Clt) Oidinanc
. I) To make, establish
for the aovemmenl l
the Officers of said Clo
nan, in writing, and -
Laws and Itul.-s.....rd. ii"t "'"
. in wlih tins, Charter "''.' "T
Constitution and laws ol ie t "
States as they may d.-.-i
I4i To pass all Ordinance, und pr-
scr..... p.-naliie- for vhilal WJJ" ,
of. as may be necesaar) I denaw-
pi. nt and abate niiisaii' ,
i'.i To restrain and i> '' .
I,ling or other dlsordi ill
to iirevent Hie running 'hrflt
cuttle, horses, dogs. hon-.
. and fowls and nth. ",eh
ii,- buds, in th.- .-n... '- "' |h#
Clt) IJmlta and lo Impound
same ...i.n.h-
(8) To provide for th. ,,h..r
in-iii of waterworks '"' '" ,-,
pbjlltS lie, ..IV foi i ".,.,,,,<
Mini niav malt......'
lo the game and whenever thej
a.e so eatnbllshed, may <' ,,.
the op.-iaiioii ami maintensoM
same. .. .1,
(71 To gnint mini U'l ''"',' |.
transportation, telegraph ana
phone companies. hj,-h
(S) To regulate the -i" ,
street "i other rellwavs -''"
the Cltv Limits. ,
(tl To license, control ..in ,,
l-ges. bllslnes--. ;"/ ,a-.
and professions ''",'.'1 ,,|ts. *
cased in wil hln the ',! v I. '__ ^
(he amouni- of Jlich h" |,1a1:i-
tav-s -hall be flaed b)
res which smount "f said i x ,!
not Ins dependent up"'' oil*'
State revenue law. "",'' fee" '
, ..no. tl insv charge In en. al
not ex-ecdlmt Five Hundred I*
lH.lli.rs for th- """'"'" dVer"l"I
board* placards ""A "l -hsll "
-len. snd no sler. ,"".'"',,hln th
erected and maintain''' *" fej
fit, Limits uHtil such l"J ,M
shall have first I"-" ''"a
Pity Clerk ,.bite '"J'
(101 To control ,""','10|,-^^
sale f Inlexlratlns l''"J MB
and beer within the Lity.


LSCAL NOTIC*
+JmstncrMiati
..h ordinances by' *" _T
i_J"^|. 01 by both fue an*
T^les'sll "'' Ordlnsneea *
11" "*" r> i" establish uuor-
r*""', hl-.'h legulationa lor
a0'-.-,. .I'll I he '<" *nd r**'.
"""If I -'-11- B,>Brd '
- "_'".. tor, piovlue end
jyaa,o H-*rd of Health.
l _,,, f .- 'lty "f North Ml-
&_-hin shah have the power
B^ln,"mu1^f.'nd cniorce
gL^nd Mediation* as may.
_"""., ,|. preservation ot
KVm .i">" > urdi-
B^arrange nd provide for a
City l'ullce De-
E-fesrevid. for the inspection of
P-LSric li*ni .....i water meters.
*,Ti* .... cniorce tmtancM.
Ill To
u! .1,-- ,m examination tor
'". i i i" uke out licenses
^v,"f ,....lti.- for falluie to
prol. ,-..,.i"-l the infection ol
taller* '"< "l't locomotive and
SLnnSrrn. and to compel era-
filaMpio) ..nly licensed engl-
Ei3i'> i-"',Uv ,or '.'2
Zl" i.. i_5..,soi mu lo allow in-
fijKVbo!ie. .. hi of affixing a
. i. r.Ii-illg I" 'lo so.
t inhnut ronjun. t.on 'f the lloaid
VrS* '"",s r"m.*i-tl"
,. naor llidtgi lit. miirni and ln-
'i pruWd. Nil the rapport and
w madltioni. 'i|"iii which aucn
. ., lowed >",
liToorovldt the punishment. I.e.
-.m.-r putil i i-nt allowed un-
iiKl ith.il. ol persons who
[,..:....> in disturb the peace
,i,, mi- ou '""' ,"8or"
.mV. nU Wl,hl" l,he
,,-,!, so aich; or rto-
., ,1, o| it!, n nances, or an> of
L rute ilalloni of the
Gt Uo.1 ""' tne '*>
.... fmin time
,,,!;..- in. fit) except an
itln othi "'"'
i] .. """" or
with Clt) sew-
. ilute any other
ma) tend to
welfare MM
lo iniilul.lt anil
nuaei and ola-
i ,,ii- exhibit
i .,'!. "i amusement
to Pinhibit
. lie pictures
. uiate, reatraln
or of nianu-
. ii easing pi
, n Hi. sale
lui< the atoraJie
i.ir. pilch, resin,
. oaene, gsso-
tlhle. cxploa-
Htl-I i.ll. tn i si
hi -. i sndles,
in all i-ta-
yn
Inn -
i Hti
I
i< turvi
I
I

I
inr Jt ii
I II '
i' I
nil,.* .,,.., i ii |'i|'.r> ... -.
. ol business:
. i__. l. ..... 1. a..l..
|llll i -
ll II
I' To i
I
In. I v (
fc'.i To
ill Hi.' Ml
and mi kuiir
in i regul ii.
inirk, fio.M i' i
n .mil oils.
InapectloB of
i. gulata Hi.-
litry, fish, f i nit
mi in in portion
r i > ci.n-
linli her pens
I *----------------'
. IMIS
where th
,,i with-
nil t.i pr..\ lili
i Mu la-
ii und recslate
jubr
I
J
I
'o
J
1
I'
\
|
n Ihi
.':'.- .it .lil-
in- dthei
n- any Other
ilangerCesj or
I ii n .,r tlu-li
, 1,1*1 I, -1 ... ......
ii i.. mitt,'. the
. .i i. movi 'i.
ml'i-inic, Im
i i i .......iin, -
r ii,,i. uf i.iii.ii,
'' Ihe flty wliH-
IK.nite IIihIIm:
in lannmonl ol
ii ordliuuii
.. or other
I I,- I II llill.llH
paid
To

il iimI al in, lii'd
,1 authority
ol, tai 111' i
.....null ,,l. IA \ .IIHI
- ile> upon lbs
n.1 public plncei
im to reguUte.
aii'i |....hii. hawkers and
MreeU, '
S?V*ntl '":i" i,;' i
penaltloi
ms of lt
,,,rh' i .. ......,. .
In'tctnnbovr
fit) Council ahull
nd iiii fni in nil I1i,.
ip'in Hi, in by the
I '-.,, ,' "."" '" 'ore*, or
. ,,;.. 't,-r l.o enacted,
ii.' KiiM-rnment
I.- n
i provi

I
'- '' KI'TM,
in..
. of
liii'iinaiNtent
I" i'h th ....... ""' iiiciimlatent
a"'i ih. ,,{;il,-""i nf tins Charter,
'liv ,-,.,, M ,' lirtll hav. ', :'"'" flty HffU-era,
'"r"i U ih !hr '"'"-' "'' Por-
te'^'H.i' ,r,'.';,-"",M,"ed upon
I'lmit ",|'!x ibHgk a fire
I *'* th,.", "id o pre-
I!1" ifcli,,!, ;,' "' regiiliitlnim fur
IV In V, ',","'' .:.;"" "f l.ulld-
\'h-n -lo J V" '"v '"'II
r'-'b-i.. ......Ilnaneos a.
I^"' iwaee ,"; i 1", l""teit and |.rr-
I "H.ilM h ;e.| managed, or
LEGAL NfcTICE
xc
PAGE 9B
LEGAL NOTICE
?" ^ll'*?1 "vu and lane..
L>Up4i,- narviK, landing;,, market
" trsawhes. altches, rulwrta, cannts
atieama, water umirsen, dock-Unea
ajul the location u* non d.H-k-llnea,
slijewutk*. curbing, public b.iilclmr.s
aud to rla- and f^teblish the grsdea
of all highways, atreeta, pin k>. park-
way*, avenues, alley a ami tbi.iouKli-
farea.-
(2) To bulkhead any waterway, to
op. ii. wlut-ii. gia.ik. pave, repair anj
otheinviae unpiuve atreeta, alleys,
avenues, boulevaraa. laima and other
public Highways, mm in conati in t
storm seweis, satiliHry aetrers anil
other mains nu jc ci s -itnin and
unoer any street, alley, avenue, lane
or other public lnglinuy, to pur-
chase, lay out ami improve parks
aud park* ay n. to consti ucl or pur-
i-n.iM- a telephone Hyutein, and works
for supplying said city and Its in
Klntaius with water; lo build aud-
io service or connecting app.ua-
tus between ull or airy real estate
within tn* City and any sewer or
dram, or any kUbteiranean conduit,
pjfre or duct for toe supply o( gas,
OtOOtrwg eueigy, or water, owneu or
by the Clay, or about to
I constructed by i he City In front
n iirn.uju. ley ere. t or pin -
a City malt, kssauiiala *r the
or detenthM ofwm slbk; Jails.
market houses or other bulldtisu.
for
a
ii municipal purimeek. and to eiiatp
nd .'in nish the wm>. to erect
bridges, culverta aad Vhsssscts uw
any waterway, ralh-nad track, or
other depresalon In ttr oviaVr any
street, boulevard, avenue, ala-y, lane
or other public highway: to oon-
atruct tunnela under any waterway
or railroad; to cxteJMI Its coritorale
limils in the niaBSyer iwnvagssl bv
the l-aws of the Mate e< fail lie;
to construct or purchaae any odrkssl
or lo<-al railway for the transporta-
tion of passengers or freight; to Con-
struct ship channels, canals, basins
and waterways within the City or
Into or through any part nf Biaoajrsje
Hay, and any harbors within the
City lamps for such width anil
length and for auch depth as the
City Council shall deem necessary
or convenient for the use of ship-
ping; to contract with the i:.<\em-
inent of the UnltOd Slates for Hid
of the Uiivernment for such work
done. or to bo done hy the tJovetn-
inent; to construct nr aciiulre
wharves, dooato, warehouses and
other properties within or without
the City Limits, doomed i,-- the
Council in be necessary nr conveni-
ent for the use of shipping: to ac-
quire ail lands, submersed land,
riparian rights, doomed necessary
for any of the foregoing purposes,
or for any municipal puipns.-
IM) To condemn, in addition to its
powers of eminent domain under the
other l.aws of the stale, any water,
ire, gas. power or light plan!, tele-
phone system, in street is Incal rail-
way, ship channel, canal, basin,
waterway, Wharf, dock, warehouse
lands, submerged lands, riparian
rights or buildings Of any part
thereof with any and all franchises,
rights and '-. incuts thereto belong-
Ing in appertaining by proceeding
In the manner provided In the Laws
of KlniKla for the i\ ..... of the
rights nf eminent domain.
(3D To operate, maintain, repali
ami extend any and all "f its munic-
ipal properties
Tn tasks contrni t -- Itli Dadi
Counly, with any person, firm
or i .a pni htlon, I,- hli ii a pot lion
of the cool ol any municipal Im
provemi ni t" be on ned b) the i '11)
shall be inane li- mi, ii contracting
party, uihui such terms as t,. pay-
iiient ami othei dj,ss as the Council
Ii,a iletel mine,
(II) To desti ii- sin face pi t\
CI I i.....I~ .....i hi i fm ms ni i SCOU
t.ules fm sewage, other than the
sanitary service sewers, and power
1.1 compel proport) owners to
m t thou premises -- Ith set Ii c
, -, and in ease nf 111. i i
fusai after notice given, to author-
las such connection to be made b)
the City, and tn fi* a lien upon
sii, Ii premises for the cost [hereof,
Of the same nature, and to the same
extent as the lion lor ti os, the Clt)
mav coll) el -!i ebai ge ot Hen In
the same manlier in which city taXi
at,- collected
t-ection S. VACANCIES IN COUN
CIL: All vacancies In terms occurring
in the fity Council shall bs filled In
a n.....ne. and pursuant to ARTICLE
VIII, Section II of this charter
Section 9. INDUCTION OF COUN-
CIL INTO OFFICE; MEETINGS OF
COUNCIL: The first meeting ol each
newh i l., ted Council, for Induction
Into office, shall held ai s:......clock
In the evening on the first Tuesda)
(oil.,wing it- election, after win, Ii the
Council shall meet regularly at such
i.....s. as may !' prescribed b) Its
rules, but not less frequently thun
twice each month Al such first
lug the Council shall elect one ol its
members as President "f the louncii.
whose duties shall be to preside Si all
moetlnfsol the City Council, ah meet-
ings Of the Council shall be open to
"'section' 10. COUNCIL TO BE
JUDGE OF QUALIFICATIONS OF
its members: The Council shall bs
Ihe Judge of tin Slectlon and qualifi-
cation of. Its members and f... such
purpose shall have the power to SUD-
pnemi witnesses and require the pro-
duction of records. _______ ... .
Section 11. RULES OF PROCEDURE.
journal: The Council shsll pole
mine its own rulays and ordsr o|_Wls-
Ineas. It shall keep a Journal or Its
proceedings ami the Journal shall be
open to publii' Ins).....Hon.
Seet.on it. ORDINANCES: In addl-
tfbn i" such a.t- ..f the Councllas are
rmiulred b- statuts ,h b) tins I ""''
in be by Ordinance, ever) a.t or tm-
I',.urn II establishing s fine or other
penalty or providing for the *xpenoi-
ture of fiimls or for the ,,,inra, ting ol
Indebtedness, shall be bs Ordlnani -
Th- saactlnj Mause of all Ornamys
shall lie, TIIK r<>\-\> II. "I- TIII.
CITY ne' NORTH MIAMI I I t< H
HRRKRY ORDAINS"
Section IS. PROCEDURE FOR
PASSAGE OF ORDINANCES: F"R*T
READING: Kvery Ordinance shall M
Introduced In wilting In the formi in
Which It Is to be finally Psssrd. and
aft-r imssags on first reading shall b
posted at City Hall at least once to-
gether with s Notice of the time d
place when and where it will be.flven
!. p.....1. hearing and *~ cnsl.tered
for final passage The first jiuch post-
Ordlnauce shall be read in full and
after au_i> leading^ all perauns li.ter-
eatea slmll be given mi opportunity 10
be hei.lil
ATION; FI.SAL PAAGE: Alior Seek
hearing the i ouncil may liualiy paae
such ijruinance wkn or ,ni.,i
am. uilm.in, except tnat if It snail
make an amendment which constitutes
a i I.....kr ol aubalancc. it shall n,.i
rinally puss the Ordiiutnce until it
shall ii..-e capsed the amended rc-
tii.ns to be posted at, least one*-. fi-
getner- with u i\,,lii,- m liva.liiur and
place when and wt^ir ,sin I, .,l;,
Urdluam-e will l,e lurih.,- consioireu,
which publication shall be at least
StVen I ,) days prior to the time stated.
Al the time so advertised or at any-
time and place at which such meet-
ings shall l,e adjourned, the amended
Ordinance shall in- read m fun aim a
public hearing thereon shall be held
and after suon hearing the governing
body may finally puss such amended
' ii ...a.tin ... or a-.un amend It subject
to the same conditions. The second
passage of any Ordinance pursuant to
thla I barter eiiall U- final and no fur-
ther passage shall In- required.
Section is. PUBLICATION OF OR-
SNANCES AFTER fINAL PASS-
IX; PERMISSIVE REFERENDUM:
lei final passage, every Ordinance
shall again be posted In full, and, ex-
cept as otherwise provided In thla
Charter shall be subject to permissive
referendum aa provided in .tltK'l.M
IX of this Charter. Kvery Or#Jwnee.
unless it shall specify another dale,
shall become effective as provided In
ARTICLE II, Section :,-h of this Char-
ter: or, if the Ordinance he submitted
at a referendum election, then upon a
favorable vote of the majority of
(nose -otlng thereon, except as other-
wise express*/ PS a "I Sid hi ties. Char-
ter.
LEGAL NOTICE
days after date of postttw, at whieh
the Council wjil hold a public ln-anng.
Section 6. PUBLIC HEARING ON
wUOGET: At the lime aad place so
advertised, or It any time and place
to which mull public hearing shsll.
Horn time to time be ndjourned, the
Council shall hold a public hearing on
the budget as submitted, at which
all Interested persons snail be given an
opportunity (u be heard, for or an.mist
the estimates or any Item thereof.
Section 6. FURTHER CONSIDER-
ATION OF BUDGET; After the con-1
elusion hi such public hearing, the*
i ouucil may inseit new Items or msy
Increase nr deciease Ihe Itema of tm
bndgnt, except Items In propoaed ex-
pendilures fixed by law or prescribed
by subsections (ai. U>). , (e),
tf). (g). (hi, and ill of Section 26. The
Conn, il may not vary the titles, de-
scliptloni Or coiiriillona of admiiiisini-
tiuii specified in the budget. II, dm- In-
serting any additional Item or increas-
ing any item nf appropriation, It must
CaUSe to lie posted a .Notice Setting
forth the nature of the prn|M>aed in-
ereases and fixing a time and ptsoo,
not less than five (.'.) days after post-
ing at which the council will hold a
public hearing thereon.
Section 7. ADOPTION OF BUDGET:
After such further hearing the Coun-
cil may insert the additional item or
items and make the Increase or In-
creaaes, lo the amount h each case
inehcated lay the netea Seat ice. or to
a le-.er vmomnt. hot tswaWe It shall
Increase the tots* [ I'Ssnsod expendi-
tures, it shall a-bs-i Increaas the.total
antli ipated revenue te- at least equal
such total propnscd geaMldlturra.
Section g VOTE Rt
ADOPTION: The I
adopted by the fav
of
RED FOR
shall be
vote of at
the members
LEGAL NOTICE
Section 17. EMERGENCY ORDI
NANCES: Sections IL'. 1:1, H, It, and
IB shall not apply tu any Ordinance
which is Introduced at the Council as
an Bmnrasncy Ordinance. Such an
Ordinance ma- he passed after the
second reading during the Council
Mooting at which said Kmergeucy or-
dinance is Introduced; provided, how-
ever, that the factg that constitute
the .emergency shall be stated in said
i ndii.aui and shall, ill fact constitute
an emergency within the meaning of
said word, i.e. fire, flood, famine, war,
epidemic, or any other happening
which neccessltatss the promulgation
of Immediate law fur the safety of
life, proport) and health.
ARTICLE 111
BUDGET
Section i. Fiscal ear
8, Preparation and submis-
sion "i budget
3. Iludget a public record
4. Publication of Nol......I
Public liearing
5. Public il.ai in-- mi Budgi t
6. Further consideration ol
Clldget
7 Adoption of Budget
v. Vote i equii end lor adopt i ill
s. Hate ui Kinal adoption;
failure t" adopt
10. Effective d.ue of Budget:
certification; copies in.id.
a aTlable
11. Budget establishes appro-
pi lat ions
II. Budget establishes amount
to l- raised by plop. 111
tax; certification to taxing
aiillioi iiy
13. Iludget meOSSUje; current
operations
14. Budgrei mooaagei1 cnpitai
ini|H"o-'elllellts
K,. Budget in, ssage; capital
procram
16. Budget message; support-
ing schedules
17. Budget
1>. Anticipated revenues
19, Anticipated revenues com-
,ii ...I with Other years
20. Surplus
11, Miscellaneous rovenuos
;i. .Miscella in ous revenues;
anticipated surplus Irom
municipal utility or other
public service enterprise
J3. Miscella neoue revenues.
measure of estlmares
24. .Mlscellanei.ua revenues
receipts lor special aasesa-
inellts
23 Mis, ellaninue revenues;
fioni tn- sowrcea
g. Proposed expeHtteres
27. rroposed expenditures:
romparlaoa with other
years
21 I low n payments on capital
projertM
20. Iludget summary
Section 1. FISCAL YEAS: The fia-
ear >.f the City tlesmenmeni snail
begin on the Ural isvy of November
and shall end on Ihe Isst f.^ Ol
October ot each calendar year. Such
fiscal year shall also constitute Ins
budget ami accounting year As used
i this Charter, the term Budget
Tear" shall moan the fiscal year for
which any particular budget la adopted
ami in which It is administered.
Section 2. PREPARATION AND
SUBMISSION OF BUDGET: The
Mayor si Last sixty (60) day- prior
jo the beginning ol each budget year,
shall submit to the City ouncU a
hudgel and an explanatmy budget
message In the form and with the con
tents provll..... by Sect mns II and II
|.-,,i sii, ii purpose, at such due
-hall determine, he, or I
deslunati.il bv hlni. shall
.,,.. load if each ofllce, department or
gency, e.-tlinates ,,f revenue ami ex-
llelldll'll.e ot that off He. I >e|.:. rt 111.-lit
Agency, dots.....I by ontanlaotlon
least a majority
of the Council.
Section S. ATE OF ssAL ADOP-
TION; FAK.URE TO AOOPT: The
budget shall be finally adopted not
later than the l",th day of the last
month of the fiscal year. Should the
Council take no final action on or
prior to such day. the budget, aa sub-
mitted, shall be deemed to have been
finally adopted bv the Council.
Section 10. EFFECTIVE DATE OF
BUDGET; CERTIFICATION; COP-
IES MADE AVAILABLE: I'pun final
adoption, the budget shall lie in effect
for the budget year A copy of the
budget as finally adopted, shall be cer-
tified by the Mayor ami City Clerk,
and filed In the office of the City-
Clerk. The budget so bertllled shall be
printed, mimeographed or otherwise
reproduce!] ami sufficient copies there-
of shall In- made available for the use
of all olftcss, departments ami .men-,
,-ies ami fm the use of Interested psr-
siuis and i i- ic organizations.
Section 11. BUDGET ESTABLISH-
ES APPROPRIATIONS: From the ef-
fectlve date-of the budget, the sev-
eral amounts stated therein as pro-
posed expenditures shaii be and be-
come sppropriated to the several ob-
jects ami purposes therein named.
Section 12. BUDGBaT ESTABLISH-
ES AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BY
PROPERTY TAX; CERTIFICATION
TO TAXING AUTHORITY: From the
effective date of Ihe budget, the
amount stated therein as Ihe .inn,nut
to be raised b) proport) tax -hall con-
stitute a determination ol the am.nun
,,r lei -'
he
officer
obtain fiiim
unit'- and character and object of o>
pendllu.e. and such Other supporting
data as he may request: tosjetnei
With a,? estimate of all la.n.a[pro -
ecu pendlna or which such Depart
atwkiffis
Section 3. BUDGET A PUBLit
Section 3
RECORD: The l.mlget
LIC
budget
n:iTud;. m^ace Vo e .-.-;;-
rt rlhutlon I- inleresle.l persnns and
?n.H be available &&"
...rl.,,1 nf not leas than tnui) ;
;,a-': prior to the period of ad.ptIon
U>a_ht%n d" PUBLICATION OF NO-
TICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS: M S
-eefin, of the Clt- Council at which
for the purposes nf the City
in the i.......ipondlng tag -ear .\ cop)
of ii., budget as finally adopted shall
be certified by the Mayor and filed b)
iiin, with the iff i,-ei, Hoard or Com-
mission whoe*) duly It shall be to
I..-- such taxes fm the eorreoaonding
tax -ear.
Section 13. BUDGET MESSAGE:
CURRENT OPERATIONS: The bud-
get message submitted h- the Mayor
to the Council shall he explanatory ol
the budget, shall contain an outline
of the proposed financial policies ol
the City for the budget y.ai ami -hall
describe In connection therewith Ihe
imp..riant features ol the budget plan.
it shall set forth th.- reasons for
salient changes from the prev.....-
-ear in cost and re-eli,le Items and
shall explain any major changes In
financial potlcj
Section 14. BUDGET MESSAGE:
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS: As a
part of the budget massage, with re-
lation lo the proposed expenditures for
down pa-incuts ainl other proposed
expenditures for -aiiital projects
staled in Ihe budget, the Mayor shall
Include a statement ol ponding
projects and proposed now espltal
projects relating the respective
amounts proposed t" be raised there-
for by appropriation in the budgel and
the respective amounts if any, pro-
posed to in- raised therefor by the is-n-
,,iii.....f I......is during the budget year.
Section 15. BUDGET MESSAGE:
CAPITAL PROGRAM: The Hi
shall also Include in the message, or
attach thereto, s capital program ol
proposed capital projects for the next
i ,.,i year nesl succeeding ths budget
year, prepared by ihe planning Cnm-
n. or other authority, together
with hi- comments thereon and an)
estimates ol coats prepared by the de-
partment of public works or isliei
office, department or agency ror the
ass '>' Mid authority, In preparing
such capital program, copies of the
departmental estimates of capital
protects, filed with ths Mayor, nnr-
auanl tn Si't ion I of this Article,
shall be filed with the Commission,
Section 16. BUDGET MESSAGE:
SUPPORTING SCHEDULES: Attach-
ed to the budget message shall he
such supporting schedules, exhibits,
and othei explanatory material. In
respea t I" both current operations and
capital Improvements, bs the Mayor
shall belie-......-fill to the Council
Section 17. BUDGET: Th < hude.t
hall provide a complete financial plan
for the budget year. It shall contain a
tabular form;
l.o (leneral aummary
Ih) Detailed estimates of all antici-
pated revenues applicable to
pinpnaed expenditures
Ic) All proposed expenditures
The tntai shall eipial the total of such proposed
expenditures. ___
Section 10. ANTICIPATED REV.
ENUES: Anticipated revenues shall
he classified as "surplus". "Miscel-
laneous Revenuea", and "Amount to
lie raised bv Property- Tax": miscel-
laneous rsvenua shall lie sub-classi-
fied hy sources and ahall be esti-
mated as prescribed in Sections 11 to
;:, of this Article.
Section IS. ANTICIPATED REV-
ENUES COMPARED WITH OTHER
YEARS: In parallel columns opposite
the several Items of anticipated rev-
enue- there shall lie nlsced the amount
of such Itess In the budget of the laat
completed fiscal year, the amounts of
such Items actually received during
the vear. the amount of each such
Item In Ihe budget of the current fis-
cal year and the amount actually re-
ceived to the trme of preparing tin.
buugct piu*. i*-i eipis rer i.., iein.,n,o. i .
of the current lineal year estimate- as
accurately as may be.
oectien 2-. sAJnr'-US: Surplus son I
Include:
tu) Mevvntic receipts made avail-
able hy the lapsing "' unen, ,u,i
la-lid appropriation balances a I
the begun,in_ oi tne buuget yea,
(b) Receipts irom unanucipalc.
miHct iiaucuuH revenues ol the
prci-eiiing f iscal > cai.
U) IM-,< ipts iio.n anirt'iliatcd mJe- # 0
eellaiious leVeu.n.s uf"(KU- Prt n>n-i
' ceding year In exOys 6f.ttureJti .'
malt .- ,n 1hc-l.uti;;.-t
(d> ltecelpts dining tuepfevlWls'sH
cal year from laxea or Bens
agaiiinl vvliieii a complete le-
s. rvo has been mbjjsnou.
Section |1, MISCELLANEOUS REV-
ENUE: .VliecellaneoUS leVelllleS Shall ,
Include anliciiatetl revenues tioin the
collet tain ol taXSJS oilier than tne gen-
eral prupcri.- lax; the- amount
state ..i,, lo ne recelvssl; tlie amount
by whie.i tne 1 ity is expected to lieue-
lit lloni taxes cuhccicu uy the Stale
tile amounts estimate,I to he t'oooivei
from >t iv ices and sales, lines and loi-
feltures, pension ssasssmsslls speoin
., 1.....ntS ami other s|s'is_l or 110U-
recurrteg sowQas.
Section 22. MISCELLANEOUS REV-
ENUES: ANTlCiPATtD SURPLUS
FROM MUNICIPAL UTILITY OR
OTHtR PUBLIC StRVICE ENTER-
PRISE: The anticipated revenues an.
proposed expenditures ol each utllli
or other public service enterprise
owned or operated, hy the City, sha I
be staled in a separate section of the
budget touch bearing the name of the-
utllity). ami as to each sort! utility,
an anticipated surplus, If legally avail-
able tor general purposes, -hall be
slated as an item nf miscellaneous
revenue In Ihe budget.
Section 23 MISCELLANEOUS REV-
ENUE; M-ASURE OF ESTIMATES:
.No uustfliarifnus revenue from an..
Source shall be in, hided as an anti-
cipated revenue in the budget in an
amount in excess of the average of
the amount actually realized III -gab
from the same souice in the next
pie, cling fiscal year, aud thai actually
realized 111 the fust ten months of th-
current fiscal -car plus that to be
received in the remaining two months
of the yen estimated as accurate!;
as ma- 1.,.. unless the Ma-or shall de-
termine that the facts ci.arl- war-
rant the expectation that such excess
amount -ill actually be realized
cash during the budget year an
shall certify such determination In
Wl lllllg tO the I'-IIH I-
Section 24. MISCELLANEOUS REV-
ENUES: RECEIPTS FROM SPECIAL
assessments: Revenues from 1
collection ot special .i--.cs-u-.cnts on
property specially bsnellttod shall nol
be staled In an .iiiioinil winch is it,
. 1 of 1 be b mo ml "f t he receipt -
-., derived which it Is estimates! srlli
be held In caab on the llrol day ol
the budget -. .1
Section 2a. MISCELLANEOUS
REVENUES: FROM NEW SOURCES:
No rt ven is 1111m .. n. soui
: 111 ihe budget >haJ
be im in,led unli Ma) 01 1 h
leti I. Ine thai Ihe fai t cleat I) 1 -
1.1 nt the expi latlon 1 hoi such 1 el. 1
will be actually realised In .ash dur-
ing the budgi 1 ear In Ihe a
stated and shall ertlf) ten detetwln-
.11 i.iii iii w 1 it 11 ik to the I "iin. 1 II :
11. rei..... 1- t" be receh l iron
the State, the nntii ipated
shall not .11......nt w hi' I
the propel ofn.....t 1 be Bt 1
dei la 1 in w riling to be 'I"' amount
winch in.1 1 cis'iii ihl- ot
in the buogi ai
Section 26 PROPOSED EXPEN.
DITURES: The pro.....el
shall he itemised n such form and I .
such extenl as -hall be provided by
jaw, ami in the absence such pro-
- '-"ii. b) n gulattona established b
in, .. s, p.,i.,te provisions si
1,.. 11., 1 ided .11 the b tdgi foi al least
ia) Interest, amortisation, and re-
demption Itau gea on the public del I
which tin- faith ami credit ot Hit
cit- is pledged.
11,1 othei statutory expenditure*
(i-i The payment ..f .ill ludgrm
i,ii Th,- amount bs which tne lot
receipts ol miscellaneous revenuea
In the la.-t completed fiscal
failed to equal ths total ol thi
budget estimates ol rec*lpts fi
mlscellaneouo revenues lor (hat year,
ie> An amount equal to the agg;
gate of all taxes levied fur the tn
fiscal year pi lor to the budget 1
-inch are dollnqusnl and out-t.uiu-
ing on the fi"th 'lay prior to th.
beginning ol the budget >ear, except
to the extent the CltJ may have
modi provision therefor by reserv-
ing the full amount of said del
quenl taxes
ifl An amount e,|llal to tin
cat.- of ail 1 aiueiiaiion-, remissions,
abstemonts and refunds ol tax-
that have been made dining Hie Ul -
1 elit f is. .,1 \ .*<-.
(g) An amount equal to the acu
gate of all si--, i.,l 1 avenue n
which it Is estimated will be out-
standing at the end of the cUI'cl "
-ar 111 anticipation ol the collection
nf revenues other than the proport]
t.. \
(hi An amount equal to ihe aggre-
gate of all emergent y notes which It
is estimated will he nut-landing Bt
the end of the current year.
(II If the City is required i" make
up the deficit a laing from the opt
aliens of Utility or Other pllhll
service enterprises, sn amount etpjat
to the deficit from such operations
dining tin l.isit completed fiscal -ear.
separately stated f*r each utility or
other pni,1 service enterprise which
appear- ill a Sepal.lie section of
the budget
(J) Administration, operation ami
maintenance of each Office, Depart-
ment or Agency el the cit- Itemised
by diameter and object of expendi-
ture.
(k) Contingent expense In an
amount not more than three per
centum of the total amount stated)
pursuant to subsection (J) of this
Section.
(I) expenditures proposed for capi-
tal projects, including provisions for
down payments on capital project*
BS required In Section |g of- this-
Article.
Section 27. PROPOSED EXPENDI-
TURES: COMPARISON WITH
OTHER YEARS: In parallel columns
opposite the several item- of pro-
poned cx|*pndltur, there shall be
placed the amount *f each such item
In the budget of the lt compli
flacal vear. the amount of such Items
actually expended dairlng such year,
the amount ef each such item In the
budget of ttge current -far. mid. the
amount ecttiall- expended to the time
of iifesjaarlng the budget nlua the
expesisltuies for the remainder ot


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DAYjTBmjARYl2
LEGAL NOTICE
the current fiscal rear estimated as
sccuratel) as may be. _.,
Section 28. DOWN PAYMENTS ON
capital projects: Under the apc-
clal caption of "Down Payments on
Capital Projects" as provided in sub-
section ii) of Bectlon 16 "f tins Ar-
ticle, there shall be separatel) stated
as i" each capital project ror which
ii is expected thai bonds will be au-
thorised iitn-iiiK iii<' budget year, a
sum which is not less tiian five (*)
per centum of the amount I'f bonds <
lie authorised tor thai project, rw
purposes of down payments .ill street
Impuovemente expected to be partly
financed by tlie Issuance ox bonds
during the hmlKel ymr, may he en -
sldered a single project; so, also may
all proposed < xtenslons of the water
system, ami likewise all extension! oi
the sewer system. Such an appropria-
tion for a down payment shall not be
required before the Issuance of bonds
t.i finance any capital expenditure
which Is the result of fire, flood or
other disaster, or which Is for a t Ity
owned or operated utility or other
public service enterprise, or which is
to be met In part, in cash, labor or
materials, by any agency of the Gov-
ernment of the United States of
America, or of this State.
Section 29. BUDGET SUMMARY:
At the head of the budget there .shall
appear a summary of the budget,
which need nut be L.-.u~-.i 1 I
than by principal source" "f nl ci-
pated revenue slating separate!) the
amount to Ik- raised D] v-
and by departments and kinds ,.f ex-
penditures. In such manner as to pres-
ent to the taxpayers a simple and
clear summary of the detailed esti-
mates of the budget
ARTICLE IV.
BORROWING 1-OR CAPITAL
IMPROVEMENTS
Section I. Delinitions
2. Capital Improvements; for
the 'iiy-.it-l.il ge; f"i Dis-
tricts; Ki qulri
3. Power i" Incur Indebted-
ness Issuing bond
4. Bond dinance; Vote 11 -
i ilred
5. !''! in and i ontenl I I
Oi lln
LEGAL NOTICE
maximum cosl of the capital pTOJe''
Including anj sums therel.......i oi
thereto appropriated .
,D .\ statement ol the amount of
the down paymsnl appropriated m
the budget that year In anticipation
,,i" such bond Issue.
i;i \ determination "f the pi i a
usefulness of the project, within
the limitations of Sections 19 and
20 "' this Artie le. ,
(6) A detei mlnBtlon of the i.....
.,. ii.i.i of the City ..ft-1 """ ',,,, 1
of the bonds therebj authorised, ""'"" "' '
together with s ueclratlon that t be be .;"" >
b...... thereby authorised will he tat d Inun
within all debt...........ei llmlta- Bond i und.
LEGAL NOTICE
bond fund;
levied In
Hid local Improvement
and the p------- "I all tax levied in
;":'-> in .........Mir, her.....h fot the
. |,i ,>| bonds of the i It) ap
LEGAL NOTICE
payment of a,
,...-,.i- shall be
lei......Inated
rood for the
|;,..,, h vi hi, h
tii.i purpi
i,i.ik Int. rest oi
,,.u.I Into a fund 10 he
'Improvement Bond
I'll, of North Miami
hall he iis.d i"i no
than the payment of
principal f such bonds ss the) ma-
provided, however, thai the
ii annual tax Ii f) ma)
the amount then eon-
-..,1,1 cit) Improveroenl
,iat, ol Bond
of p<
of Council
, ul Bi Oi dlnanci ;
Cll
;. I-,,iin and content In n
l..... mon
comb
8 hoi 111 and Content. nvei
age pel .",1 "i usel J
9. procedun foi |*as -.,-<- ,-i
Hond ird n ince; publica-
tion aitei final passagi
10. Ki ferendum on Bond Ordl-
nani e
11. 1..I. tlvi
Ordlm
12. No Bond Ordinal to be
passed unless appropria-
llon made for down paj -
ii.,-lit
13. Down payment not re-
quired In cet tam cases
li. Authorisation of notes in
anticipation of Bonds; Ma-
tui Ity
13, Other proceedings b) Res-
olution
It aii bonds paid in annual
Installments
17. First annual Installment
i v Last annual Installment
j:. Period of usefulness com-
puted fl '111 date ,! i
:'". Period >,f usefulness
21. Determination
< 22. Deti
com I .
23 Pul sale
24. Short pi latli
Pa mi ol Bondt and
N
Section 1. DEFINITIONS: A
In this I'harti I I'roji
"Project
or in

il., the
pern
', an -.in, nt
I
mem when fu st el ected
Section 2. CAPITAL IMPROVE-
MENTS: FOR THE CITY AT LARGE:
FOR DISTRICTS: REQUIREMENTS:
No munu Ipal Improvi nielli lall u.
ordered loi the Clt) at largi
by unanimous .....-, nl ol l
men 11 ,.i......h ,,ii,i ever) I >lsl i
the City, i,nt .m> imiiii, ip.ii in
menu foi an) District ma> l ordered
by vote ol the majorit) ,,r th<
Council, and with the written consent
of the Councilman of the District In
win,!, the Improvement is t, be or-
der.-, i and any bonds issue,i under
authority .f this Charter shall b. ab-
solutely and direct obligation only
of the District for which said Im-
provement is ordered, unless the
Kesolutiou ordering said Improvement
shall have been approved by all of the
members of the City Council as afore-
said. In which case bonds shall be ab-
solute, general and direct obligation
of the City .
Bonds issued by the City for anv
District improvements shall be paid
only out of the taxes especially lev-
fed and assessed against the lands ly-
ing within the District for which said
improvements are made or contem-
plated.
For the payment of the principal
and interest of all builds issued here-
under. as they mature, the Cltv
Council is hereby authorised and re"-
qulred to levy an annual special tax
upon all taxable property subject t,,
the lien of bunds as provided in the
preceding section, over and above all
taxes authorized or limited bv law or
by the Charter of the City sufficient
to pay the Interest and principal of
said bunds at their several dates of
maturity.
Section 3. POWER TO INCUR IN-
DEBTEDNESS BY ISSUING BONDS
and NOTES: The Clt) mav incur In-
debtedness by issuing Its negotiable
bonds and notes. In anticipation of
bunds, pursuant to this Charter, to
finance am capital project which it
may lawfully construct or acquire
Section 4. BOND ORDINANCE;
VOTE REQUIRED: The City Shall
authorise the Issuance of bonds by a
"Bond Ordinance" passed by Hie city
Council in the a,iic manner as pro-
vided 111 Section !. of till- Article
Section 5. FORM AND CONTENT OF
BONO ORDINANCE: A bond nrdi-
ii.nice shall contain in substance at
least the following provisions:
(II Aii appropriation of sum of
in,"ie\ f..i a capital project; de-
scribed in brief and general te, in-
sufficient for i.asi,nahle Identifica-
tion.
i-i To financ the siid appropria-
tion, an authorisation qf the Incur-
Ina of Indebtedness by the Issuance
of bonds in u stated amount. p,n-
suanl t,, this Charter,
(...) A statement of the estimated
iions prescribed by the Constitution
and Laws Of till- Stale
Section 6. TITLE OF BOND ORDI-
NANCES; CITATION: The title M
Bond Ordinance shall state the amount
appropriated by an indicated project
and the amount ,,f bonds authorised
to finance the appropriation. Hond
Ordinances shall be cited in bonds and
notes by title and date of final pass-
Section 7. FORM AND CONTENT
WHEN TWO OR MORE PROJECTS
ARE COMBINED: A Is,lid ordinance
may combine t or more projects, in
which event it shall, for each project,
establish separate appropriations and
state separately the estimated raaxl-
i iiiin costs and amounts of down pay-
1 ments, but shall authorise a single
I sue of bonds to finance the Sggre-
ate of the appropriations thereby
made. The title oi such bond ordinance
mav state the aggregate of the appro-
priations, instead of the respective
amount-.
Section 8 FORM AND CONTENT;
AVERAGE PERIOD OF USEFUL-
NESS: If a b,,tid ordinance embraces
two or more projects, it shall. In addi-
tion to determining the respective
of usefulni -- ,1' ti i mine the
. period, taking Into considera-
tion the respect re amount! ol bunds
lor si veral proji I -
Section 9. PROCEDURE FOR PASS-
AGE OF BOND ORDINANCES: PUB-
LICATION AFTER FINAL PASS-
AGE: i'h. ire for pa
. : : I I III.
. : l>j Sections
Section It. EFFECTIVE DATE OF
BONO ORDINANCE: Bach bond oidi
nan,.- shall take effect on the twenty,
flrsl (SI) da) aft, i it- first va id pub-
lican,,a after final passage subject to
referendum, In which event it shall
not take effect unless It be approved
In the favorable vote of at least a
uinjoiuj of those voting thereon.
Section 12. NO BOND ORDINANCE
TO BE PASSED UNLESS APPRO-
PRIATION MADE FOR DOWN PAY-
MENT: No bond ordinance shall be
pjMSad unless it stales separately for
each, purpose the amount of the
"Dvwn J'ayment" specifically appro-
priated to that pm-pae* In the last pre-
viously adopted budget. The down
payment shall be an available sum of
money equal to at least fi\e per cen-
tum fft4 ) of the amount i>f bonds
authorised. ,'or the purposes of the
down payment, all street Improve-
ments expected to be partly financed
by the issuance of bonds during a
single fiscal year may be considered
single project; so. also, may all ex-
tensl
likewise, all
sv stem
Section 13
REQUIRED
The pn
apply t
the water
extensions
system, and
of the sewet
II ,,t this Char-
final
sllb-

Ordinances of the
I thai
i urdli
, \
Ilowlng form:
NOTICE
The bond Oi dinan. i i isted here-
with has been final!) passed and
the 20-da) pel hid ol limitation
wit inn a h It, ai tlon or pro-
, ceding questioning thi validity
of such Ordinance can be com-
menced as provided b) the City
Chart.:, has begun to run from
the date of tin- first posting of
this Notice
CITY CLERK
Section 10. REFERENDUM ON
BOND ORDINANCES: Before an]
bonds, applicable to the City-at-larga
authorized by this Charter shall be
i b) said Clt) of North Miami
Beach, acting by and through its City
Council and utbel proper officers, it
shall be necessary for such proposed
bond issue t,, i. approved by the reg-
istered freeholders then residing there-
in ..t an election called f,-i that pur-
-l actuall) voting In such elec-
tion, nor shall an) such bonds be la-
for or as pit. able unl) to a I He-
Ihin i I Clt) b) tii.- a itho,.
id. until the Issue then I
have likewise been approved b)
a majoi ,i, of .- i ti. holdi t resid>
I Dlsi rll t at .Mi ,-le, ||,,ll
for that pui pose and .. I lall
however,
ml ill revi nue bunds hi. h shall
i b) Ordli
the City Cnut >, h

i nt ol


i l
int to the tel

ma) be in
"" h
fxi jt. : -i tch n
be payabli
i. mptlon n.
manner, and up nh
oi wltho .' premium; ma) authen-
1 Ul such ma finer; and ms i
'., n such tei ti,- and i ,,\. nanta ill u
:,'.," '"', provided In .. i, ord'n
Th. sal. ..mi award ol such bonds
Shall he negotiated and made in ,Uc|,
manner and upon such terms as may
hi prescribed bv resolution of the
< ity Council Notwithstanding the
form or tenor thereof, and In the ab-
sence of an express recital on the
race thereof that it Is non-negotiable,
all siirh revenue bonds shall be ne-
gotiable Instruments Bach such ordi-
nance .nay COBtain and exprCjga such
covenants and undertakings on behalf
of said City as may be deemed proper
or advantageous by said Cltv Council
ror the purpose of assuring efficient
Tarv,:r,h"' """ w',"<" *n* SSSS.
and fur the u,ir|s.se of r.ituiring pruu-
^/t,",.K' ",lJ-"""< :'"d accounttw
and revenues from such operatWa and
tfisaaVaa^ta. ,h" "--"""V poTVion.
thereof to the payment of such rev-
enue bonds: provided, that n lie,,
"_'"' anv physical property f the
City shall be .renVe.,',,ne;ru,nyHe,;r IZ
IN.
.1 II
default
1 tch
der,akingsi;:;v,::';,!:;;\:;""'^(1-
mns proceedlnga In anv ,.....,t f ,,
petent Jurisdiction to compel perfora!
anoe and compiUnc. therewith' Sm
b) appointment of a receive, by any
such coun. i-ndcr no circumstance.
shall any such revenue bonds be or
be. .,,,,. ., mdebtedneai of said Cltv
onnl. statutory or chart.-, i,, .
o.s and shall be platal) slate. '.',,
the face of such rev.-,,,. |,on,| tl,t ,,
does .,. eonatltute such indd ,..,., '
but is payable solelj from ,,.,,
~W8ProJect. works and V.um or iV?I
DOWN PAYMENT NOT
IN CCRTAIN CASES:
ions of Section 11 shall not
., i,on,i ,-idinance winch au- j
thorlsea bonds solely to finance ex-1
pendltures which are the result of fire.
,,' h.r- ili-.i-te, or a illh-.i lies
solel) for the completion oi a
munlclpall) owned, ,,i operated utility
,,,- other public service enterprlst -:
authorute bonds solel) t,> ilnano an
.. ment of whl h an) pat t of
the cosl Is t" be met in cash, labor or
,- b) an) .men, v ,,l t he got -
.t .-; th.- In:,. ,1 Htatea Anier-
:, a. III Ol :
Section 14 AUTHORIZATION OF
NOTES IN ANTICIPATION OF
BONDS: MATURITY: In anticipation
of the Issuance of bonds, the Coun-
cil ma)', b) Resolution, authorise the
Issuance .-t negotiable notes, when it
shall have theretofore authorised the
Isauani. ,,r bonds Ea. h sui h note
shall be designated "Hond Anticipa-
tion Note", ami. Including renewaJa,
shall mature and be paid not more
than fou, I.-,-ii ,Mi calemlai months
after the date of issuance of the
original note. All Is.nd anticipation
nules may be sold l,v the propel au-
thority at private sale without pre-
vlous public offering.
Section 15. OTHER PROCEEDINGS
BY resolution: All matters in
connection with the authorisation
sale anil Issuance of bonds ,,r notes
nut specifically required to be pro-
vided in the bond ordinance mav be
determined or provided i> subsequent
Resolutions adopted by the affirma-
tive vote of at l.-a-t a majority of the
members of the cm i 'ouncll.
Section 16. ALL BONDS PAID IN
ANNUAL INSTALLMENTS: All
bonds Issued pursuant t,. this Chat
t, i shall be paid in consecutive an-
nstallmenta, no one ,,t win, h
sh.ui b mure than fifty per centum
.".,,'. i in excess ,,i the smallest prloi
Installment
Section 17. FIRST ANNUAL
STALLMENT: The first
nt shall be paid not more thai
ti,. bonds are
' not in.-- than two

vli i......f
the)
Section 18. LAST ANNUAL IN-
STALLMENT .,,,,,,,.,1 ,,,-
led I
I I-,tei ihaii the
th,- pei
the prole. r.i th, ti
h ii h I.....I- .
- ei ige pi i lod ol two
ed pi oje. -. .,- deter-
e .....hong-
ing th. lance ,-f su. h bonds
Section 19. PERIOD OF USEFUL.
P1CrtM^TED FROM DATE OF
PASSAGE: Th. period of usefulness
of -.,, ii pioj,., t. ami the average .....
rlod in the case of two oi i...... ,,,,-
sets combined In one authorls.....nue,
J,1'1 ....."nipilt.,1 from the .\.,.....f
final pass.,,;,, of the ls.,,.1 ordinance by
NF* X,' PER,OD OP USEFUL-
ness: Bonds may !. iued fr terms
B^LflSftSl* kL"! MtUfltleS herein
provided and the i,,-,,|, f ,h, .
her.-., must be expended for the pur-
pose* herein provided:
(a) Maximum maturity 30 v,.,,-
the supply and distribution of water
smie'll1".','"'!1"" "' r":" l"-Pel'lv. ci,:
stru. lion ,.f sewers. < .instruction and
aiv "Ti",', "'"" ""' '""""'' l-d'.
-i..v plant structure for the
treatment, disposal or filtration ,,f
n^aSh v"'"'" """T "S and a'l
1.1 G". ac.essorie, thei.-of
in) Maximum MaturityM vears-
i:;.ng. lighting, plumbing. \Zl
LiiiitK. elevator and iHiwer plants
(c) Maximum Maturltvin
JJ) Public Itnpioveim!!;, ,! ,
vuiZd ;,!;",;'"..:.. "" ;->,.,-,,
Section 21
per.
pro-
Tnp >'"".'.....'" "f "1 I axei levied and
-,i In arcordan
th.- payment of bonds Issued for Im
provementa within a partlculne iH~
trie! in said City after '
of accruing in,.
the p
upon the hnn.la
'" Wld Into :, fund;nfllnd,,"tn
-;'ihl';::,1,,;.....r..........?
which shall be used for no ol
than ti,.. |
Of SUCh bonds as they ,,,n,i,,c
vlded, however, thai the amount of
such annual tax levy may he Juiced
Ings invoh ice
I......!-
Section 23. PUBLtr i m
iftc, ., i, ,n:r" l.i pro.
qualified ,.
1 onntv ami |, ,,i,,. PUDned iii .he
y U") amounl '"en contained l
Section 24. SHORT PERIOD OF
LIMilATIONS: Vkhen twenty (*o)
hall have .-lap.-.-,i aflat the pub-
lication aftel final pasa,e ol bond
oi oi nances .,- provided In this ciiar-
i ,n le, itals or statements of
1.,, t .....tamed In such bond ordl-
.......... .a iii the preambles or re-
, .i.ii-. thereof .-i.all be uee.....d Id be
true for tne purpose of determining
the validity ol Ho- bonus thereby
authorised and tne City and all
others Interested shall forevet there*
after i-- estopped irom denying the
same.
Hi) such bond ordinance shall be
conclualvel) presumed to have lieen
duly and regularly passeil by the
. Iiv and to comply with the provi-
sions ol this Chaiter and all laws;
(C) and the validity of such bond
ordinance shall not thereafter be
questioned b) either a party plaintiff
or a party defendant except In a
suit, action or proceedings com-
menced prior to the expiration of
such twenty (20) da)
Section 26. PAYMENT OF BONDS
AND NOTES: The power and obll-
Catioi. of the City to pay any and ail
Mids and notes hereafter issued by
It pursuant to thl Charter, shall be
unlimited and the City shall levy ad
valorem taxes upon all taxable prop-
erty within the City for the payment
of such bonds or notes and Interest
thereon, without limitation of rate or
amount. The faith and credit of the
,it) In hereby pledged for the payment
of the prlncl|ial and uf the Interest on
all bunds and notes of the Clt)- here-
after Issued pursuant to this Charter,
whether or nut such pledge be stated
in the bonds or notes, or In the bond
ordinance, authorising their Issuance,
except as otherwise provided in Sec-
tion 10 of this Article
The purpose of this Section being
to ptovide a satisfactory and economi-
, il method by which public ways wlth-
ii the Citv of North Miami lleach may
be Improved. It Is hereby declared
that no Irregularity or illegality in
connection with anv of the proceed-
ings herein authorised shall. In any
v*.,\. .iff,-,, the validity of th,- orders
ii h Improvements or bonds or
contracts, unless such hregularitv ,,,
II l- illt) shall substantial!) affe thi
rights Of said '"iiv or Its Inhabitants
or the owners ,,f propert) aeeeised f, such Improvement
ARTICLE V.
DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL
Section i. .Met it basis oi appoint*
lliellts
2. Civil Service Board
Number. Appointments,
Election and Removal
3. Civil Service Hoard
Sehctlon ol Chairman S.c-
letary and Chief Kxamlner
i. Civil Service is,,aid
In. lasslfled and Classified
Service
5. Civil Service Board
Powers and Duties,
Creation uf Rules
t. Promotion
7. Civil Service Hoard-
Removal, Suspension,
Reduction of Kmployeea In
Classified Service
8. Civil Service Hoard-
Status of present Km.
plov.es iii Classified
Service
8. Condition for pnvmept of
salaries In Classltie.i
Se, vice
10. I'ow.-is of Subpoena),
lie, ord-
li. Prohibition., penalties
U. Violations ,,f Piovlsions.
Pels,
11. Salaries ,,r civil Service
Board, its Employees rela-
tive t,. Classified Bervli ,
" Pensions and Retirement
Plan. Relief ,'und. Insur-
ant .- pi ,,i. acceptance of
money or pi,.;,. t v f,,i -u, h
fund, Administration of
', i hi.,i
18. I'av pun
I* j I ..... Ratings for
\.terans
IT Department Heada
Section 1. MERIT BASIS OF AP-
POINTMENTS: Th.- appoint men I and
promotion In the Administrative serv-
ice ol the Clt) shall he made according
merit and fitness, to be ascertain-
' I naofai is practicable by competi-
laotai as ],.
tive examli
lurpose there hj
To i at ry ..ut this
herein created a
' IMI, HKRVICR ACT
MlltSsIS".*- .CJ^J.L SERVICE BOARD;
NUMBER: APPOINTMENTS; ELEC
TION; REMOVAL: There Is hereby
Cheated a l-member Civil Service
Hoard; one to be appointed by the
Mayor of the City ..f North Miami
I.each, whose term shall be for three
i-'ii'e"".'*"'" .''*' appointed by the
' It) l OUncll of the City f North
Miami Reach, whose terms shall be
for two (t) yen,, ea(h; and two mem-
,ers shal be .beted by the employees
w'lih ivi tV ".' N"r,h M,*ml Hr"lh
Thill r ","''* status, whose terms
of ,for ,,,ur ,"> >'e',rK '"> That
or the two members so elected from
. .mi1 Ky*.?Vw".h olv" "fvloe stat-
and PT,. rJ. h' *,-c,1 b> """re
...In Il*,l,"rmentB. and the other
"' '"' ''-'ted from the remaining
Iv I s"Vl'" r^l'I'-X-' All of the
' ivit Seivlce Board shall take office
sh-.n'l" m "J'l'olnted. Any vacancies
s 11 he f||le,| | ,he ,Mnnrf Hf
elects? ,, ,i .' Th' Council shall be.
"",'',y,,""- hereby authorised to
the i,il.s and regulations and
j;::;;:","?- <.....- ..;df,nr, elVc.
w, ,._,"' ""?"* of enM-ting the
lb rrt "''." "' ,h* rlvl1 service
7 ,"' "", Cl> employee. With
... lrTI:'' 1,.,.",u" a.r.mentioned
. ,, .a ,'" "'loan. I lie II.Mr<
: ;'....." ''bief Bxamlm
hal :, member of the Hoard an,
" retarv Th.- Hoard ma)
I'", '........"'Ive assistant.
..T?.r, iryuponap-
i lie i hi.f Kxaminer .hall i,r..,i,i
i
to of -
' In which the
UNCLA^.s-fcVIL.8ERV,CE BOARD:
FHVICES.IFr, AN, ClASSIFIFD
t'iiv I w" Jhr 0,v" service of the
tlty I. hereby ,i cteaugl-
LiCAL N0TICS
fled and Classified R.-..
-BifiedSeiv ,...'.,: -iTh.
(a) The
member of appoint'?! '1'"l'"r|n
Attorney, Jurta, ." '' I
Chief of fiSK ; ;' ; !
partment, and the ,- .
TH. ,.ass,..,i Men',, .**"'
ill positions not ,.., '-ni|
b) this Chart..,- | ;,;"'.> 'mIhiI
^'Vl.e There shall le ,', I
fled Service three ,!.,-.' l ta.
s the Competli J-kn
(a)
... ..-..,,,, .|||.,, ; (.."
mg for the appointment and
The Corrmetitty.. m.
;'......' Positions ataen.tt"15
fur which It is ,-. I |,'nr'">>3
mine the merit !, i ", X '""H
VC?1"^' ff"PlUlve exanal *.H
(b) The Non-c.nm.i o '"'"""wl
shall cun.l.t of '',' '-|'.
ing peculiar an, .v' -.". ""","sij
flcatlon, of .,..Ill!f .'" "' wil[
professional, or ,.,|, ,',,.' *8er1i
acter. as may he St^BaSkM
rule* of the Hoard. m'nri b OJ
(c) The Ijibor class h,n
ordinary unskilled li,r
Section S. CIVIL SERVICE u
POWERS AND DUTIES caKa
OF ftULH, TheUS ^t
,b?i ?WSJ "nd "hH" '" 'equrn* B
(11 Adopt, amend ,,d
lath
ment In all positions',!] tn"ur.
Nervlce, based on merit, effini
character and industry >',
diamisnais. suapensloiis, demotiissT
resignstlona for can.-,- HownarT
rules affecting the respecUn
or''".0'1PI,<,l"'nents and di,mu_
shall Include or have similar im
to the provisions ol Si ,|ob .T
Article.
(2> Advise and assist the Col
and Mayor In fostering ti. inuWl
in-i Itutlons of learning, ivi,
slonal and employe. ..rgaintaMsl
the Improvement f p. i-,,nnei .
ards in the Mum, Ipal Kervlct
Cll Advise the i 'ouncll anilMs
on problems concer, u* pel 1
ministration. '
(I) Make any inv I
it may consider 'I,
the administration ,.i aonnti mi
.Muni, Ipal Bet v.....
City Council and M. r
each v.-ai, n- in.
and i commend.,
l ) Hear SPPI
cei or employee In I mlflol:
i, c is tuspgnded, red ; ed ,,i ,en
and report In writing
Council and Mayui Ita findiii(i
re* ommendat ions.
Section 6. CIVIL SERVICE BOA
- PROMOTIONS: The Board
provide fur promotion to all pueltl
In the Classified Service based en I
orda of merit, sfflclenc), chsrid
conduct and seniority
Section 7. CIVIL SERVICE BOAS
REMOVAL, SUSPENSION; RED
TION; OF EMPLOYEES IN CL
FIED SERVICE:
(1) NOTICK: The discharge a'l
permanent employee shall not I
effective until the Department
tor shall have first served tin
employee with a written Nutk
Discharge, together with such
Ul detail as shall enable the s-ild .
ployee to explain the situation to I
own defense. A copy ,,t said
of Discharge together with Ibe
atoyoe'g explanation, if any, shall|
filed with the Hoard v temp
employee who has no iiermsnegti
u. In anv other elasslficatloS
civil service rlghtii consesa
such an employee mav ,1!-, h
by the Dehai tment I lor
appeal to the Civil S, I:. ard.
(2) GROUNDS FOR DISMIS
SUSPENSION AND DEM0TI0
The following are .,-tltiitf
of duty and t- be grounSSJ
sal or -ii-i" te '
slfled S. ivi, .
tlon, though charg.
upon ..uses othi it
..lei. viz, that an) I
i.i l ha- been -I'-
ll,..! offense, oi ol "'|
volving moral turpitude; of
ii.i ha- b. en sui
or criminal act, if h
time the charges ..
volved in a criminal pniceedtygs. j
f..... the lirand Juri i the u
the employee so rged '"' .s
quest that the beai i"'1**,
or continued with hi- ronseBt -
such time as the ,.....utl prot
Is terminated, and such request I
be granted, provl....... howeverj
said employee shall execute
ST of all rights t.....I) '""'"f-nV
said lierlod of adjourn.....Bt. .ind f
vnled. further, that said "'l'^.,
may have the hearing or in '"j
tlon proceed at any lime on t
days notice In writing, or
(c) has willfully. sraatoag.
through culpable negligence.*
guilty of be.. J
inmate or
tutiou or to
ld) has
the provlBlon. of w ^^
yill
it thefj
,iurB.|
brutality ,,t <-i2S.|
r prisoner of n "> orl
,.!a person in .-usto*- *l
willfully violated '* I
Blons Of the Civil *?"* I
Ijtw'or Kules of the h-rd. +.1
(e) has been gulllv of ""' nr I
becoming to an emtilovee of theow
of North Miami Het.ch '*., .alT
(f) has violated any,""""' .|
reasonable offlciaJ '1 'uAV
der. or failed to i.....> > ~T2*\
rea^inabl. direction>** ST
smouBnw
"n oru* it
bv his superior.
n or failure t.- -
n act of Inaubordlnstkvn or^^j
- -ach of proper dtscip'
resulted, or reasonsbly <"<*<
th, city ..r tojW Huhiv. l1
I..us breach of propel
resulted, or reasonably
pected to result. In the I""
to the city or tothe P
the Prisoners or Wards of
g. ha. been Intoxicated nMf|
." off. his conduct hrlngbj."Tflf
,,,. .he Cltv of V>"D
uiM.ii the City
p. ,, h. in
(h) h conn
se.,-.-. or a physl
which incai
plove* foi pnipe
plov.-e lor |.roi"-... ...
duties ..f the Poslonr !,i
id haveheen guilty;
amount to Inatihordlnatloii
nenal I
,1 :illmn>nri.
tales '*%]
-is'** I
'' z.\
.ether "'""" I
offenslveJJ I
enipli>wa
li 1 'I II .-
,, h,s-!., .. ftror.3
i- or the Clt) i '"''"'rr ,,.,ii."*
orooos.-d ordinance or ...,, *
rraceful conduct
ii dUt) or off ,'
1) ha. I.....n w.i
conduct or l.mj
publii.....'"> "f"
or
ik
'", beds**.
01 a p,,,|--,| ltd.
all Bppropi lrl""!24
ing the mpluyee ^im
Wished t" '<']'
elsewhere than a I"1"
Council Ul a
if: or __.||,'
.....In-
efficient In
duties of ^Vat <***
(m) Is careless or negng
tag I



?AY. FEBRUARY 12, 1954
LEGAL NOTICB
LEGAL NOTICE
-Jewish ffcrttbtf
PAGE
gfOfth. C tv of N"rlh Miami
..... pay or make rea-
ns' roi future pay-
""* i iii-t debts, thereby causing
"" "',.'... 111*: employ*? or MU-
. generally; or
, ..,,,.-.l, ..r at-
,,|l(lcal Influence in
Kan. leaVOS f ab-
lange in pay.
.,, work, or re-

"T.I'U'- Inaiion grade; -r
i...... or in any manner
"... ,n eined in asses
;,.,, i Meeting any money
. ,|..yee In (he
,.i North Miami
.,, dm of making a
,1,11c officer; or
,. i,,,, n.l iced, has Induced,
i,, Induce. an ofil-
',.iii,,|,.i.r in the service of the
. ( North Miami Beach to com-
... unlawful act, or to Ml in
ifj.iadnn "I lawful anil reasonable
ri, lal regutetloni
I .' ,|,,. ; has taken any lee, gift,
other valuable thin* In the
"aw-of In- hei work or In con-
Eeuon with '" his or her per-
Istiiiil -" ""ni '">' cltlsen, when
Inid contribution is made with the;
Ikon- "r expei-MlIon "f receiving ai
II ', i., hi [re itmenl than la ac-
l_,i,..i i. itizena: or
I,,I ),,- Intentionally falsified a
In*, record i failed t" report ab-
Cart from dutv '" superiors, or.
tlf after emplot 'i' nt. I' l found that
Inn rmi'l"" made ,i false statc-
Imerit in ih. application for employ-
I .
been absent from dutv
| has failed to re-
.... leai. of ab-
or
. ti dlaapprov-
ini :i. .1. if i Id
to report is .x-
be dig-
I nvee rain
\i dtlon in
:... ii filled from
in which oaaa
I remain ami
I ... be I'l.u'-
I 1st. i in the
relnatati man).
Inwards super-
yees, orltlcli-
und policies, and
i with the
uipl.o ,.- ;i n.l
enc) of the public
ed a surety bond
a qualification
ol talned In any
nterfer* with
of the Mayor,
. iDi i I. i 'hlefa of Po-
llice and lit. I'. :ai tinents. or a cltl-
Izen. to fih i h irges against any em-
I ida which he con-
i ble i .
::> Appeal to Board: When any
Dole].....n II,.- Classified Service
ith permanent civil aervlce status,
iu been "impended, reduced In
n, or dlsn used, appeal! to the
erd. the Appeal must be made In
lining within lilteen (16) daya from
pr dat' lie ,,: -h, receives notice of
session, red ii lion 01 dismissal, and
next regular nieetlnK
all >et llu date to hear auch Ap-
W. The puRtmark date shall deter-
lnw th- e |,|, ,,,. compliance with
f~ afortmeiitii m l mi..en 115) daya
f*. Th- Ii.., ,| i.-cognislng the dla-
Thaars i : i be admlnlstra-
ie head and ead> at all tlmea to
{aw Ihe i.....nshlp between the
md mployee, shall make Its
[ in writing to the
F ration, who shall
[ ''' ins", everslng,
imodlfyinn u ,iis, ipllnarj action of
. eclor
I !i Appeal proceeding: Written
I the Bo nd to
Mi- ,.i. and t'ltv
i ol ii,, Dt
and place ol
Hi- A|.|..,i ri. proceedings
n is compatible
Justice. The
.ii I l.y I. .,<
Board will.
aui ii peraon
i '"
r. The
videnca upon
EL' ol the .....
I i ......ndmenl ol
.1 charges or spe-
| ul.-.ed by the
hail M as t*l.
llhV,!,. Department
Eort ,,,', .. evidence in aup-
".''1-!'il'i,A''1 ",""" !,nn" ,hn Pro-
aa he may wish
lal UN 1... rt-'ena. The Iilrector
' I ,1/l. ......;' paj .,ff.., robot-
H..T-.,,,'',;; i Board at Its
.:) Th- '" 'Komenta.
I'* C "!';" "' 'Vidence shall
Itht ,-,., : ,h rulea applied by
llatloai. l;"1-- ->"d Kikii-
I"11'"' ttZ i"' >......-' rtu- I'-
u'i n" ,' "-I'l'-sented by
i ',"' "V*- af'-1' ""
,,,'';' "'"'' 'is reco.n-
pJJS '",h- A"-'-
I ... 'Op".it.on before Appeal: The
i'niiii.nt head of
employee aus-
IMortrii '"It, or dfaanlaaed
'"'k. r,r dismissed.
' llu pan .j the
Idered ., with-
and ihe aapar-
- on .in..i sii.,ii
.....n and the
dlsmlaaed with-
' the .llsmls-
ihe peraoa-
ind a nota-
the cony ,.f the
th, effect that
n nurauanl to
|',;,htapl "f Atli.-le V
I Partiaa t0 Appear'
I '""i : '"< the h.- irtna
I. 'V"1'- hide, ';'. evldanc.
; the Hoar',,
C>r eVld'n ,,," hv/default or
iWll'nM ";' ? 'he re-
'"'der ludament
7. "".'.""
ahall be dlquallfled from taklna anv
examination f, al least |, (2) year
fter unless In the ju,lK,e,',',,
the Hoard the said rhnrK.-s ill ot
affect the employees usefulness in
some oib.r OOOUpatlon.
<) Phyalcal Incapacitation: When
an cmploje,. be, .,in, physically In-
capacitate,! for th- performance of the
duties of a poalUon, the Ulrector of
the Depcrtmenl may. al the request
, 1?,'d f"''''';>" ".i with the con i n
of the Board, transfer sai,| employee
to vacani |a,sni..... u. ..,.....,
feSR.fcv'1 *'""" "" ".....'"X'*-'" '
pabilltiea.
IIUI Reduction in Pay or Poaition:
HoarinifK on appeal lr,,i employeaa
re.line.l In pay or position. I.,ld off'
or suspended by ihe Department head
shall be conducted tenet-ally in the
same manner as hearuiKs on appeal
from ordera of diachaiKe
CD Dismiaaal of Probationary Em-
ployee in an Entrance Poaition:
Whenever it becomea neceeaary for
the Mirector of a Department to
recommend dismissal of probation-
ary employee In an entrance p,,>ni,,o
a report of the charges tofetnor with
the rnoceedinas of the hearing held
before the said Iilrector. shall be
NH-warrted to the Hoard fo/filinn with
t "erv,p" record of said employee,
(12) Resignation:'.Any employee in
the classified service who deulrea 'f.i
resign shall do so In w'Kltlng tti ZBh
head of the 11. ,, n (muTit. It, 'whlutt li.-
or she Is employed Tr,e pcparffli-nt;
head shall thoiefmotj rt-ii'lrt sli. ),
reslRnatlon t,. (he VTA) s
An employee who r.s.cnv. ,, iuniulslirs
all right- recognised uu.l.r c-:y ,f s. .. _
Ice status.
Th,. Civil Berviad Board ahall alao
have Ho- right US i. move tx redu, .
anj offli lal ui emplo) in in, i
Ii .i ei \ .i upon u i Itten i hargea ,,:
nduci preferred by anj tlsen,
pill ,.i,h after reasonable notice to
used and full heai ioi I
lie the dutj ,,f the Board to fix a
minimum standard of i ondui i and ef-
ficiency for ... h gradi In th, ,\ vn ...
and henever li shall appeal from the
i. i.i is of effli ide lo s.i Id
Board for period of I months
Ilial the oiolu. i .ii,,l rff|| |, ii,-..
employee in.s fallen below this mini-
mum, Unit employee shall be called
before ihe Board to show i luas whs
lo- should ii..i i. noi ed. and if.
upon healing, no reason is shown
satisfactory lo the Board, he shall be
removed, suapended grade, as the Board shall determine
Section8 CIVIL SERVICE BOARD:
STATUS OF PRESENT EMPLOY-
EES IN CLASSIFIED SERVICE: All
persons In the employ of the Pltv
IioIiIiiik positions In the CbMalfled
Service at (he time this Charter takes
effect, shall, unless their poaition be
abolished, retain same until discharg-
ed, reduced, promoted, or transferred.
In accordance herewith.
Section 9. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD:
CONDITIONS FOR PAYMENT OF
SALARIES IN CLASSIFIED SERV.
ICC: That the Treasurer or other
public disbursing officer shall not pay
any salary or compensation for serv-
ice to any person holding a position in
(he Classified Service unless the pay-
roll or account for such salary or com-
pensa(lon shall bear the certificate of
the Board, or i(s secretary' that (he
persons named therein have been ap-
pointed or employed and are perform-
ing service In accordance with the
provisions of this Charier and of the
rules promulgated bv the Hoard.
Section 10. CIVIL SERVICE
BOARD; POWERS OF SUBPOENA;
OATHS. PRODUCTION OF REC-
ORDS: In any Investigation conduct-
ed by the Hoard it shall have the
power to sub|Miena and require (hi at-
tendance Of wltneoeea and the pro-
duction therein- of books mid panera
pertinent lo the investigation and to
admlnlsi.-i oaths to such witnesses
Section 11. CIVIL SERVICE
BOARD; PROHIBITIONS: PENAL-
TIES: No person In the classified
Hervlce or seeking admission thereto
hall >'. appol '. r. 'in,. .i ,.i- re-
or in an* waj favi i ed
, im rutted 'i-'.i -i '" '' of polll cal
opinion, or nfflllatl ni So "
.... ,,r ,i, ,i- ..,-i\- ,.-
or receive or I"- In
an) manner com erni d In
iment, sul
(Ion, or contribution f..r anv i
So peraon hold
:, pnsldon In the Claaslf ed Bel t I,
shall take parl in political manage-
ment or affairs or in political cam-
paigns further than to cast bis voti
or espreas privately his opinion
Section 12 CIVIL SERVICE
BOARD: VIOLATIONS OF PROVI-
SIONS: PENALTIES: The Civil Serv-
ice Hoard subject to the approv.,1 of
the Council shall determine the penal-
ties for the violation of the provisions
of this Act, and the rules promulgaled
thereunder. .
Section 13. CIVIL" SERVICE
BOARD: SALARIES OF CIVIL
SERVICE BOARD AND ITS EM-
PLOYEES: The salaries of Ihe Civil
Kervlce Hoard and Its employees shall
he determined bv (he Council and a
sufflclenl sum shall be appropriated
each veer lo carry out the provisions
of this Art. _
Section 14. CIVIL SERVICE
BOARD: PENSIONS AND RETIRE-
MENT PLAN: RELIEF FUND: IN-
SURANCE PLAN: ACCEPTANCE OF
MONEY OR PROPERTY FOR SUCH
FUND: ADMINISTRATION OF
FUND: .
(a) The Cltv Council shall estab-
lish a fund or funds for the relief or
i.en-lon of persons In the Classified
Service of the t'lly; mav receive sifts.
!*?!..... beinie.i- ,,f money nr i.......' '
f,.r tin- benefit of such fund or funds:
mav mak.....ntrlbutlons of public
moni.. there.....n sub .terms -in
conditions iis it mav see fll at I ahH
make rules and regulations foe the
"nil......ii.-m Investment and adminis-
tration of such fund or foods
h The ciiv Oonm II aha'l have in*
iwwer to make contracts of Ins tram
with anv Insormee romnani
ie.| /, ir-.iiwi t b'-slness 111 '"'
Insuring It- employees or anv rlas
or classes thereof nnder n pollcvor
nollc'-s of e-'...... Inuran,e covering
Ihe life or health or accident Insor-
rniw or "nv two or saore "
cUsi.es of Insurance and mav eontrncl
wllh anv enmnsnv ee.i-'lne annuities
or nns'on >n< n,it">rld to tran-
,,. I |,,,.iness within th- "'ate for the
o-nslonln- of suc> en...|ovee or anv
class or cl'sses there-,f- and for anv
and all "rh painneea mat.....nronrtate
out of Its tres"e^ anv monev neces-
BSW In nav oreml"-"- or charres ln-
eMent to the car-vlng on of such
IH>llc|e> or r-.n|rets.
fe> The Cltv Council shall submit
n the emnlnvees In th Clss-1'le.J
Service sn option I" e-tshH-h e rupa
or funds for (he relief or pension o(
LEGAL NOTICE
11 B
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Ss^SSd'^ V-*** *rvi of
ii,!'"i'i'" ''"v"" the amplpyeea In
the i i.,->i,.,i service b> .. -,l,,i,,.
vote conaeoi i ihe establishing of a
penjUon fund, then and ..., 2 L'
0. "" "' Council Inaug-
uiale sn, h ., pension fund.
Section 15 CIVIL SERVICE
5reriai PAV,,Pl-AN: rhe".haUbe
prepared bj the civil service Board
Aard .-.....,n,. ,,, ,,v ,, ,;, ,,
P5"'n flaaslfled Service, an
" "'' ''"' ;........yal to th.- citj Coun-
' """ ~'"'i Ida ii shall take
when .adopted by u,.. UouncH bt a
jiu.J.'i.i;. yole The Pa, n;lll ......
bj the i ouncU ahall Include the ininl-
miiiii ami maximum and such Inter-
'J,'. ","" I'"'* "" '"''v '.........me.....-
alrable for such class ,,f uoall.....
Amendment to Pay Schedules may he
adopted by the Council from time to
time, upon recommendation ol the
' ivil Sen!,,. Hoard. In Im reaalng ..i
ile, reusing each i the City Budget,
the Mayor or Cln Council, or either,
s.i.I.. i,,.i increaaa oi decreaae any in-
dividual salary Hem, but ahall act
spiel} with reaped to i laaa of poai-
tion as aatabliahed in the classified
anil r.,v Plan In no event shall the
| oiin. ii reduce tin- salary .,f claaa
peiow the mliiimuiii, pr ralae li above
ii;.- maximum aatabliahed b) the Pay
1, "', r,xc*** uy amendment of the
r$lc\'1" 16' PRIORITY RATINGS
FOR VETERANS: There shall be pre-
scribed in the rubs and regulations
,u. provision thai Veteran! of (be
Military Hervlces of the United States
..f Am. in .i shall have added to theli
ten, HO) points in urn ......-
petltlve* examinations for the purpose
of seniority rating,
Section U. MrARTMENT HEADS:
CIVIL SERVICE STATUS: An. pel
pei tons holding Cft II
ratings, having been appointed to the
I'm .i st I, ] hlef of
Police or I-' I '. ; shall,
upon i, not I i pvet i to id- f.,i met
provided, however, |||,,I -lioul.l
said removal be for \ lobitlons aa sol
nut in Seel..... ;. ih il ii. shall be iub-
pllnai \ action ai set oul m
suni s.. i Ion
ARTICLE VI
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
Section '. Department of Finance;
ACTIVA TlnN:
'2. I lire, ioi ,,f pinani -;
f Appolntmeni
3. Director of Finance;
Qualifications
4. Director of Finance;
s.il.ny
.-.. Director of Finance;
Sin at] I'"' 'I
I, lNrector of Plnam ;
Powers and Duties
7. Work programs; Allot-
mi-nts
8. Allotments constitute
basis of expenditures and
arc subject to It. vision
9. Transfers of appropria-
tions
10. Accounting Supervision
and Control
11. When contracts and
expenditures prohibited
12. Appropriations lapse at
end of year
IS. Fees shall be paid (o City
Government
14. Division of Purchases
15. Competitive Kidding
1. Contracts for City
Improvements
17. Accounting Control of
Purchases
IS. No Contract executed until
Bond Ordinance effective
19. Kmergency Appropria-
tions
20. Horrowlng to in,-, I
emergency Appt oprlatlons
tl, Horrowing In anticipation
Of Property Taxes
22. Horrowing in Anticipation
,,f other revenue
23. Notes redeemable prior
to Maturity
24. Bale of Noi.s; Report of
Bale
\ 2$. Payment of Notes
Section I. DEPARTMENT OF FI-
NANCE: ACTIVATION: Sections I
through "f this bail remain
nt until such i hey are
activated bj the majority it"t* "f ""'
en. 'ouncll, and nppl "V. il '" '!"
an,I until such time as these
Sertli ns are activated, Oi. .\t.i>o,- and
v Council, aotlitfc- In conjunc-
tion with each other, (mall effectuate
(he proi Islona of this Artlcli
Section 2. DIRECTOR OF FI-
NANCE: APPOINTMENT: There
shall be a Department of Finance.
ih, head Of which shaU be the Direc-
tor of Fin,n,e and who shall be. or
be apta.inted by the Mavor.
Section 3. DIRECTOR OF FI-
NANCE: QUALIFICATIONS: The Di-
rector of Finance shall have knowl-
edge of municipal accounting and tax-
atlon and shall have had experience
in budgeting and financial control.
Section 4. DIRECTOR OF FI-
NANCE; SALARY: The Director of
Finance shall receive an annual salary
of (fixed by Council) which amount
miiv be changed hv Ordinance.
Section 5. DIRECTOR OF Fl.
NANCE: SURETY BOND: The Di-
re, lor of Finance shall provide a bond
with such surety nnd In such amount
as the Council may reiiulre by mdl-
"'Section DIRECTOR OF FI-
NANCE: POWERS AND DUTIES:
The Mire.tor of Finance shall have
of the administration of the
financial affairs of the i t) and to
thai end he shall have th.- authority
and shall be required tn
,.i) Compile the current expanse
. mat< for the budget for the
M., I ,..-
lb) I'-.i.....I th* C "it SI 'unites
f,. th, Rudvel for the Mavnr
, < m, n-mle
f,,. the ,i nt of -.11
, ,i ha<..........I '" '' '
I,, iii-uie thai ho t
P'lutloii" are not exceeded
,,,, inline
" Pill flov, rnm ni and
,,f it o'fl
books for i *er-
l.udgeiarv control ov-
aaeh office, department nnd
i.-encv: keen seiiarat- sccounis for
the Hem" or snnrenrlatlen con(ln-
, ,| In (he Cltv Ttildvet. each of which
accounts shall -how the nmount of
the snoroorls'lon. nnd 'he unen-
cumbered balance' reonlre renorta
of eecelnts nd dlshiirse.e.nts from
e-,oh recelvlne and snendlnr aeencv
,, the c|iv Cove-nment to he made
diillv or at such intervals as he may
ite-m evoedlent .... t
le) o.ibmlt to the Council through
(he Mavor a month1'' statement of
nil recelnts snd dl'hnrsement" In
,ffi, i to show l>. exact
finapc'sl condition of "-e ntv
(f) ITepare for (he Mayor, as of
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
the end of each fiscal year, a com-
plete iiii.iiici.n statement and report
ik> buperviee and i,- reeponaibie
'"' In. .i .-nielli oi all plop, r,\
w/thin I,., ,.,i,.....,1,. pools ol the
' Ity for t.nation, make all .-,.,, lal
'in ni- ioi the ''11> k>vei n-
in. in. pi spare* tax maps anu give
.sucn notn s ..i taxes anu spei
aa m.iy be required hi
la .v.
mi Collect .,11 taxee, speolal as-
seaami nt -. P, enae u ea. ana eep, r
revenui.-- of Ins Ity or for whose
"ii in, iiiy |s responsible an,I
" '.....i nioue) I,-, .-ivaote uv i ne
l on, the .-,.,!, ol I-'e.lelal tlo\ -
en,in.-ins, ,,r iiom any Com or
iioui .,n\ Office, Department or
of the ity,
(I) have cum,,u> .,1 all public funds
belonging to or under the control ol
the i ity, oi nnj Office, Department
01 Agency of I lie I'ily I Io\ el n illell 1 .
and deposit ail funds coming Into
bis haiios In sucn iieposiio, lea as
ma) be designated bj resolution of
the Council, or. if no such i.solu-
tion l- adopted, by the Mayor, snb-
jecl to lbs i.-uiiueiiiciits of law as
to surety and tile payment of inl.-i -
eat on ,i. po.us, but all such Interact
shall be the properly of the Illy
shall be accounted for ami credited
to (he proper account.
(J) Have custody of all Invest-
ments and Invested funds of the
City i;,.v. rnnieni, H in pose,
of such (iovermnenr- in a fiduclar)
capaelty, and haris'irie safekeeping
of all bonds and ftm>s of the City
and ih. receipt and delivery ,,f City
ibonda and notes fM kranafer, regis-
tration oi exchange.
for the purchase, storage ami trlbutton of ,,;i saaspliea, materials,
equipment and other artl, es used
bj .ini i iff...-. 11.ipai i in,m ,,r
n -.f iin- i My iovei ii.n.-nt.
.(I) Approve all propcaied expendl-
i ii >-. ui,i.ii he shall i si tlfy that
there i- an unencumbered balance of
.....i and muds.
no appi oiu i..i on shall be encumber-
ed no no expenditures shall be
in... .
Section 7. WORK PROGRAMS:
ALLOTMENTS: Before the begin-
ning of i hi budgi i | ear, the head of
each Office, department or Agencj
shall submit to th,- Siayor, when re-
b) liiui. a wot k program f<,
the year, which program shall shoa
ih,- ic,pi,sted allotuieiii.s of ipe ap-
propriations for such Offloe, Depart-
ment or .\c,,,, \. i,\ monthly periods.
for the entire budget year. Th.- Uayoi
shall review the requeated allotments
in the light of the work program of
the Office, Department or Agencj
concerned, and may revlae. alter ,,r
change such allotmenta before approv-
i me. The aggregal.- of such
allotments shall not exceed the total
appropriation available to said i if-
fice. I'pa i i in, ni or Agency for the
budget year.
Section 8. ALLOTMENTS CON.
STITUTE BASIS OF EXPENDI-
TURES AND ARE SUBJECT TO RE-
VISION: The Mayor shall file a copy
of the allotments with the Director
of Finance, who shall authorise all
expenditures for the Office, Depart-
ment or Agencies to be made from
the appropriations on the basis of
approved allotments and not other-
wise. An amiroved allotment may be
revised during the budget year in (he
sain.- manner as the original allot-
ment was made. If. at any time dur-
ing; the budget year, the Mayor shall
ascertain that the available Income.
plus balances, for the year will be
less than the total appropriations, he
shall reconsider the work programs
and allotments of the several i iffu-es.
Departments and Agencies and revlae
the alloTments so as to forestall the
making of expenditures In excess of
the said Income.
Section 9. TRANSFERS OF AP-
PROPRIATIONS: Th.- Mayor may, al
any time, transfer any unencumbered
appropriation balance oi portion there-
of between general claaslTlcationa of
expenditures within an Office, De-
partment or Agency At the request
of (he Mayoi and a Ithln the iaal three
months of th, b dgel the i 'oun-
,il may, bj in, ti anafi inj
unencumbered appropriation balance
or portion thereof from one Office,
Department ni Agencj to another. No
1 ii i- made from thi
tlona requli ed bv sub-sect Ions
i.ii. iin, ii i. ni i, (e), (f).(l I, (hi and
Hi of Hectlon ;; of Article ill of this
i 'barter,
Section 10. ACCOUNTING SUPER-
VISION AND CONTROL: The Direc-
tor of Finance snail nave powai and
shall be re,|iil|ed to:
(a) prescribe forms of receipts.
vouchers, bills, or claims to he used
by all the l If flees, Departments and
Agencies of the i Ity government,
fb) examine and approve nil con-
tracts, orders and other documents
by which Ihe City Government In-
curs financial obllgallons, having
Creviously nscerlalned (hat monies
as been appropriated and albitied
and will be available when the obli-
gation shall liecome due and pay-
able.
(c> Audit and approve before pay-
ment all bills. Invoices, payrolls and
other evidences of claims, demands,
or charges against (he City Govern-
m. nl ami with the advice of the
Department of Law, determine the
regularity, legality and correctness
of such claims, demands or charges.
(d) Inspect and audit anv a......unts
or records of financial transaction a
which mai i"' maintained in any
Office, Department or Agency of the
Cltv novernment apart from or sub-
sldlur\ lo the accounts kepi In his
office.
Section 11. WHEN CONTRACTS
AND EXPENDITURES PROHIBIT.
ED: No Office, Department or Ag< n, )
shall, during an) budget year, expend
or out set f to spend any moi
lit) or nii-r Into i u-.
contract which by its terms Involves
the expenditure of money, for any
purpose. In excess ,,f the amounts ap
ted for thsI genei at i laaalfl
Cation of expcnilll ur.-s. pursuant to
this Charter Any contract, verbal ot
arrltten, mule In violation of this
Charter shall be null and void. Any
, iff, ..i Employee of ihe Clt) who
shall violate this Section shall be
guiltv of a misdemeanor, and. upon
onvictlon thereof, shall oaaac to hold
his office or employment Nothing In
this Section contained, however, shall
prevent improvements to be financed
In whole or In part by the Issuance
of l.nds. nor the making of contracts
of lease, or for services for a period
exceeding Ihe budget year In which
such contract Is made, when such
contract Is permitted hv law.
Section 12. APPROPRIATIONS
LAPSE AT END OF YBAR: All ap-
propriations shall lapse at the end of
the budget year to the extent that
in.y shall not have boon expanded
or lawimiy encumoered.
Section 13. Kfc.ES SHALL BE PAID
TO CITY GOVERNMENT: All fees
received Ity any officer or employee
shall belong lo the City Govei niii.-nt
ami ahall be paid aally i<> in.. i/,.p,ui-
lllt-lll ol I III.Hi .
Section 14. DIVISION OF PUR-
CHASES: Tnere snail be eatabttahad
in the Department of Finance s divi-
sion 'g I ,.. bases. Hie load of wnlcll
shall be lb.- City Purchasing Ag. nl.
The I'm, uitsing Age,,i pursuant to
rotes and l ,-g uia I ouim estan.i luwl by
Oedinance, suaH contract for, pur-
enaae, store and MatrlMitc a,i nup-
|,i,e.. malerials ami equipment re-
quired by ..n> Qffice, Department or
Agency of me < ay Government. The
Purchasing AAent ahall alao have posy-
er and snail be required to:
la) Ksiablisb a,i,I enforce speclfi-
cations wnn respect to supplies, ma-
i.-iiuls and equipment required by
in,- Clt) 'Iovei 11in*-nt
(b) Inapeot or supervise the In-
spection of all deliveries of sup-
plies, materials and equipment, and
determine their quality, quantity
ami Conformance with specifica-
tions.
i. i Have charge of such general
stoivi....ins ami Warehouses aa the
council may provide by ordinance.
(d) Transfer to or between of-
fices. Departments or Agencies or
s.-ll sin),.,-. obsolete or unvaed sup-
plies, material and equipment.
Section 15. COMPETITIVE BID-
DING: Before the City Purchaelng
Agei maki any purchase or, or con-
tract for supplies, materials ..1 equln-
111, ni, i iportunlty
f.....ompi (Itlve bidding, for Items 01 er
One Hundred such rules .md reg ilatlona ,l"' with
such except.....1, as the Council may
by ord n 1 nee. provldi I,
however, that the Council shall not
excepl Individual 1 ontrai t, pui 1
from the requirement of com-
petitive bl.l-
Section 16. CONTRACTS FOR CITY
IMPROVEMENTS: An) CItJ lm-
pruvemenl costing more than one
thousand i*!......1.00) dollars shall be
. i b) .ui- racl v- .pi a h< re
such Improvement Is authorised by
the 1 'ouncll to be executed -
bj cil i lepartment In oonformlty
with .1.1.1 led plan-, apt 1 hi, .1 1 11
estlmatea ah such c intrai is for n......
. ne thousand (fl,......""> dollars
shall i. award* slble bidder after such public not
and competition as may be prescribed
1 II 1l.11.1m e. provided the Mi' or
shall have the powet to reject all bide
and advertise again. Alterations In
any oontraot may be made when
authorised by the Council upon the
written recommendations of (he
Section 17. ACCOUNTING CON-
TROL OF PURCHASES: All purchas-
es made and contracts executed by
(he purchasing agenl -hall be pursu-
ant to a written requisition from the
head of the Office. Department or
Agency whose appropriation will be
charged, and no contract or order
shall be issued to any vendor unless
and until the Director of Finance
certifies that there is to the credit of
such 1 if flee. Department or Agency
a sufficient unencumbered appropria-
tion balance to pay for (he supplies,
materials, equipment or contractual
services for which the contract or or-
der is to he issued.
Section 18. NO CONTRACT EXE-
CUTED UNTIL BOND ORDINANCE
EFFECTIVE: No contract shall be
,., ,i.d for the acquisition of any
property or the construction of any
Improvement or betterment lo lie fi-
nanced by the issuance of lainda until
the Ordinance authorizing the ls-u-
111, e of such bonds shall have taken
IDd any contract executed be-
fore SUCh da) shall be unellforcllile 111
"MS**! EMERGENCY APPRO-
PRIATIONS: At am lime hi
budgel year, the Council may. pursu-
,i 10 ill Be, tlon, mak,
appropriations to meet a presalnej
, 1 ipendlture, foi other
regular ... re, ui-rina require-
,..,, to proteel Ihe public h,
and w< 11.1' Sn- h appt
il,,,, ahall be bj reeolutlon adopted
. votes of at li ,-
four-fifths 1 1 '< "I' the members of
.,,. ,-,, .,, 11 .1 -ii .11 be mad., only
upon 1.....in,ii.ic1.it."> of the Mayor.
|'|. total amount of all otllel
rlations made in any budget
,11 not exceed three wr cen-
tum CI"- I "f the total operating ap-
propriations mob- in the budget for
"section 20. BORROWING TO MEET
FMERGENCY APPROPRIATIONS:
In the absence of unappropriated
available revenues to meet emergency
appropriations under the provisions
,,f flection' 1. the Council may. bv
resolution, authorise the issuance of
notes, each of which shall be desig-
nated "Kmergency Note", and may
be renewed from time to time, but
all such noles of anv fl'cal year and
anv renewals (hereof shall be paid
not later than the last day of the
fiscal vear next succeeding the bud-
get vear In which the emergency ap-
orlatlon was made
S-rtion 21. RORROWING IN AN.
TICIPATION OF PROPERTY TAX.
ES: In anv budget vear. In anticipa-
tion of the collection of the nroperty
tax fop such vear. whether levied or
lo be levied In such year, the Council
mai bv resolution, authorise the bor-
nf money by the Issuance of
ble notes of the city, each "t
which shad be designated "Tax An-
tlrlnaHon Motes for the Year ."
(s(a"ng ihe budget v. irl Such notes
nay be Issued for eeriods noi ei
inv on-, veir and may he e.-nowed
from Mroe to time for
,.x,.,,..!.. ear but t,,..-, I'o-r with
la shall mature snd be paid
r, later than the end of the third fH-
qal vear after the budget vear In
the orlrtnal notes stal| have
been Issued The amount of the tax
antlcinnllon notes origin illv Issued In
anv budget year shall noi exceed flftv
ner centum I"."'., of the amount of
the ropertv tax levied In thai year
for ''ii. oiirooses. On renewal nf tar
anticipation notes of anv riven fiscal
vear. the amoiinl renewed In the next
bne flsi-al vear sbH not exceed
twentv per centum r?"^) of the
amount oe(s|npll'- issued, nnd the
amount renewed In the second fiscal
vesr succeeding the yea.- of levy shall
n.l exceed four lier centum (4*) of
(h ">nun orleln"ttx' Issued.
geetUa *. pnRRnwiw^ in an-
TlflOATION "F OTHER RFVF.
NUCS: tn liny hudect vear, in :.ntlc;-
netion of the collection or eecelnl of
other revenues of that h"deet year,
the Council mav. hv resolution, nil-
tSi.MSas the hrtr^o"-!-,". of "lonev Iiv
Issuance of negotiable notes of the


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LEGAL NOTICE
. sen of which shall be '"
.1 "S|m- ul Revt nue Note i" 1I"
j Bar .... (slating the butlgel ) eari
note* ii....... renewed from time
. i it all ich notes, li
with the reuewal*. ilutll mature and
tllllM III! '
..-. .i| ).......... i he budi el
which the original note*
. en issu, d. _
Section 23. NOTES REDEEMABLE
PRIOR TO MATURiTY: Nu
shall bi ae i ible on deni in I
BUllJi i :
-.. ,. ..
-u.h notli n n .ii such time s I .....)
.i ,r- ii hi note.
Sect.on 24. SALE OF NOTES: RE-
PORT Oh SALE: All noten
t to this Artlcli
i ii,,i ..-... gcei led In-
.,: |n i. ale wile, ihoill I
year in
Khali nav<
LEGAL NOTICE
re|ilnnnl ig,
\, upiuem
, i ..i.oo-
mi ii ma}
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,.; i,, IgIII hoO "
and auoiu V

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DIRECTOR OF PLAN
shall ''
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The |k
anj and -iI I
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i I'll) for tin

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Iged fol the |N
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be staled in thi
ARTICLE VII
PLANNING. ZONING. HOUSING.
SLUM CLEARANCE AND
BLIGHTED AREAS
- i|on 1 I" 'on
i irgun za in
I lannlng i'oi
of i iffli e \ H
II.ill I : '
I 'o\\ .-' s .. Ii-I l)Ul
i IMreelor of I
\ ipll itlol H
ii Zoning Hoard
Seii.on 4.
NI NU
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cuialilii
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user oi nd "
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tan an I .

section j. AP.-i.i-* I iuN rOH
ZO.MiNG. 1
LEGAL NOTICE

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Section 6 zo UNO
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The Maslri
s, Ad< |
!, I effecl
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I'lal
Com
Rl gill:...... -"\
! ind
Pent iti\e
I Mats
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11
Mar
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IT, lleurli on
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.. ifficial
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Plans b.i Cout
PLANNING COMMIS-
ORGANIZATION: I
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In i
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ii ..in
section 2. PLANNING COMMIS-
SION: TERM OF OFFICE: VACAN-
Section
-.ION:

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ifflce of Ihe

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Srtio. 7. THE MASTER PLAN:
Plan I Ihe |il
i ..
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slmu tin- I: .1 Ri i
i i i ,i, if city i. i -i
ni: other thing*
general loi lit Ion. i '
sxtenl treel
ahI ind othei publi,
... hi.I- .ii. i
... ...
I,ml.I ... and
i.i The gem pXtei
In s-helhi ; .i.ii I.
i ]\ ..v\ ii.-,I
i e removal, rel.....i on, kl n
. tension narros ng, ai
aliandonmi nt. oi i hi nge ol uae ol
ii 1 ll .;, a
tulldlnKH.pl

le i rii. : pxti n i loca-
ind
li..ii ..' publle :
Section
MASTER
iiiiii .
8. adoption of the
PLAN: ihe Hoard may
I
on, or i'.
CIES:

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Section 3. PLANNING COMMIS-
SION: POWERS AND DUTIES: The
ill have i
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ii
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I'iM
I an Of)
...

id) M.iki
' .. ion-
liln n :.n i n .. an n i or d
I roi .- i el anei In on
eessivi eaolutionn adopt su, eesi \,
uf the I' ,.i i.
. .. :!.. .il s., -
. udmi ni
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fled I 0f n
nan ., n .. joi ty of

Hoard h
puhlii hearing on (hi

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Section 9. LEGAL EFFECT OF
MASTER PLAN. Si
Hi. r puhlii way, gii
: .
pi i..ii.lv ou lied, shall lie

i It) ni
exti in (In reol
leil t.. and apptoved bv thi i
.1 that, ii ...
the Board shall eomn
son- t,, the I '-.ii,
(he po<
I. upon Fuel .


... li plan ''in. .
' Make and ado I ,,. ... ... '"
and of (hi,

areas within "f the Council Th.
'i'.- ii-.- ..i ..i.i ..., ,.i ,., ,
ground sale ..f an) puhlie
'! proiiert). shall lie
failure In apnrovi
overruled hv (he f'oum II
I ih. Hoard to ael v* hi,.,,
in i..ni days aftai (he date ..f the
official submission to the Board shall
I- deemed approved mil.--. ., |nll(
..no I be era.,ted hv Hie Council i..
tlie sol,nu.tinc (iffi, !,,
Section 1r). PLATTING OR SUB
DIVISION CONTROL: The "uiiiV,",
Ihe nluttinp |t.,:,.,| ,.,
i- sii.ii, shall have the
Platting ..r s iIkI i i.
the City: provided
id eonlrol shall not
the city ovei
nn eonlrol
authority
r anv of its
or Aeenele
the li
: 1 nnnllv to the Cltv
Councll noi less Hi...i .....1.1 pi lor
1.. ii,,. beginning ..f ihe budget year
I of i "i m. ..!. i enplial Im-
|irov.....mts whli h. in (he opinion >.f
(he i '"mmlsslon are n. arv or
','1" i" i......ri'trucled during
(he forthcoming slx-ve ir pel i...i
Sui h list shall l,. :u ranceil in ... ,|, ,
of pi fe.......e. with rei ...lM, ndatlons
- to which t-i-.i... is shall i. eon-
strueted in which | i
'"' P*tmot# public ii..... si i" nn
iiinle'sianilinp of the Muster Plan
and of i.lannlng, zoning an.I alum
. learance
lb) Meet not less than once each
.....""'...........|i nubile ........1 of
.solutions., findings and deter-
...i.:.||,.n
THIS ri,'lMK>.|n\. SII\U
THE )' iV|.;p, Ti i
! I'e.i-i-.- In'nrmstlon which
smil i... furnished within n reaann-
i.i,. ti..... from other lieivirtmcnts
f rite Qovemmenl in relation
t.. n. wo-lc.
') H'i....., its i,..,tc,.. ;, ...onila-
iion. cnntrai I with City Planners
ml other ,.n-iil';ui.s r.n- suoh s.-rv-
I S it |v>;i y .- .. M|,.
' I'...... i addltl mal nssi"tnnee
eelal survev m.....k of ihe Con-
. I who 'ni-- -il its .i s. r.-iion .,
s-lon M.-.ol,,..-.,. of am v. i... j ii j s. t...,;,... p,..
"' .lite"' > ..,1. I .(.|,;,, | .
.........' "" i 'I Studies re-
I hv the (*0'li.nls-i m
''< 1" I'-, Snee of lt funr-
i Ions enter noon anv Innil and mike
" '" n',... and soryevs and nlaoe
nn'l m."l"taln neress:,'i y nioniinients
Snd '"'tUh th.'renn.
(e| Make and adopt plans for the
HAVE
building,
i i.
nroi -I. :iii,i
I slmilai u
The I., i
Hoard shall be
the City. nnH,
onllol of tRe
"f land within
however, that
annlv to land outside
which platting ami aubdlvl
Is retailed by law |n s,,,,,,.
other than this i-iiv
Offices. Iienartnnnts
Bubdlvlslon" means the dlvlaion of
a lot. tracl or parcel .,r land Into two
or more lots sites or other dlvlaion
of hnd for the purpose whether |m.
;;::;'!',:':;,;,".,""""' '.....buiwim
^'in ii pfoiilations r.nu
ERNiNG SUBOIVISION OF LAND
In ever.lslne th.. powers prut,,..,! ,
i- Section a of .his trtlcle the
Plsnnlne Bmrd shall adon| recula
ns s-overnine the snbdlvlalop .,f
within Its Jurisdiction Ruch
land
nonioiis development of the Cltv and
Its environs, for the co-ordination of
str..-s .| other ways within Ihe
subdivided land with other exlstlnr
a olanned streets and wsv,, r for
"onformance to th Master Plan or Of-
ficial Map. for adequate open spares


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,n 13. LINF.S OF MAPPED
. pbtii

lu be
ITH i. IS
tilling


foi

iniiol lei
n I li '

.. led I
enued b) 1 :
j. lb. ot mapped I ni
eel exten> n- ol
With ill"'
ol (he
'.. land ,...*n on (hi
Iik atloiis should be ai
The ''oim-
I in.i dopl
. -i \. ii h (he pro-
. i in this Chatter
prut i.l.'l thai m e of I he tin i and
,n i here It
pjl Sfl in-'
i.v in..:i t., ihe :< otd o*
,,n i abutting h hli h the
I lies il. sign it--.I
i steil An) -: ..it'i. ... .-..... .
Iiefon sag) be
i, ,1 i.. (he planning Hoat .1 and ell
.. .I b> it. or .if dlsappi oved,
i... approved b) .. favorable vote ( the
i "it\ i *...|... :i ri,. adoption "f .< pla'
.hall not, In and of i'-. If, con
. ,i to const it nt.- (he en
: bllshmenl of anv streel di
j land
v h., h
plat or I-
i

pin
Will I:
hall 1......
ni i of land
noi
on ihe plat
at ,.ii of su.-ii
il
MAP: The
stabllah an
on hirli

adopted
th i
II in ... oi ii., ii, .- h nn | tie
\ Isluns -
the lini.. .. (hi
.-: acceptan
for stle. I puriMlM s
Section 14. OFFICIAL
Coun.'ll, L .nn nee, .
i Map "t ihi Cit)
shall be shown and Ind i aid
i.i All | (reels exlal ti
. lal ihed '. la" at he llmi of
the Btal i Lu in ..f (he <

\ II planni .1 street
. plat
!.-. '..nil. ll in ... ,.iilal,. w
-l
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:,' ,,f I In I
I. I All sir. els .,) s|l,e( I.p. gl
fins recoi ded plats of
i i. the |.i.n-
Isalon .,i Ihe time of the
ent ol Hi. Map The plac-
ii ,
. In ,i ,,f Itself, cou-
nt i- lie.......I I" o'lsl itllle
Ihe ......n ni- or I'll l.li'. 'it nt iinl
the taking i planet
p.ft]...-.
i ,me manner, the
ol planned
at
lime of t ut ..f
Section 15. MODIFICATION OF
OFFICIAL MAP: all
n final
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and
In

shall I..- ,i

other

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r the lllne ind
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' Ho- land, on ,

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i
Planning
Ul f the




PEDC,STRErT^U'L|MINCS ,N MAP
REI .....
nee that no
build- '
n> part (hereof
-in ih,
own -n tli.i
a? ^,',Vud'1:;;,; ;xrzr
;' rV'h ..... '" rant ,, p..,/,
' 're ..: part thereof
I" anj such mapped street I.
;;;:';;rv r r""h -
gr-^\xrs?gg& o,,h.
;:.,r:";"
"Ol Meld a ..:.-,,.,l,|, .,.,',; ,',,":
:?;":,;;""" I.....m ffirVi.7
,',';,' ,Ti,l:"i.,,:,,'">' "* "" Intereat ,.f
J^fo-luatlce and equttr
'NVTa^Aftig^Tter'^-
,..,,.,
of ti h h.-'.ring shall he
app.i,i, i.v man :',;::.
bv the ap,,eU, l
''I the .,. .., n, ,,
parl Ihereol fut which ih.-
caOAL EFFECT OF
OlriLisL i..h .mi.i (in esiublUn-
,.. I ii III! I'M.ii.li -dap. i ...li.l
.,,.,,1 ; .;. i 1 ha II.,
ptiiuie i .... i..n or
, I W.I.. lit
II .11 I ,1 II......,,.. .> I,"..
........ ... n. puboc mi \ i< ..
, to, hIoiim nn> -i i. i. mini
,1: I I II M.l ^ I., I'll
i ,i ii.. ,., ...... Map in
tilth i li. a i. a >i t an |
I 11 ... S, ,-, olis i I all I
,., ol lllia All l0l( I He ""ll il Sllllll
i .. ii" '.....: nlnali, .
li......I all..
' ........ii a alt eel
IIUO -eil stl 111'-
-.....iu mi UK u.l tal step;
wrver, i hat such oi Ul-
n p >n u loi tb)
. applicant i.-i .- ,, building pat -
al t.. in,. /........| Boat,i
..t I lo.il ,| Ol
".....i i in i in Art Id,
,,_- upon \\ hlch appeal .. n I
shall be lull
., lion 11
ll :i SUCH 1 .....rd Ilia >
. '. : I till I.. Is- ,,
ItlofUl as
i.i. > Impose, In e. the
. ., .1 not |..-
siulrc Ihe propog d bulidlnj to be re-
i III | I .., plalilo d
i *l|fn lie pvi nil I Would
i "i in. ieaae Ihe
, it ..nt the i hflclal
i he word
i -;,.: in tins Ai tide
i i to In I.,,!.- street*.
... ni. ...ul-. avenues, alleys, laaea and
t an i. ZONING ORDINANCES:
i ihe pin p...,- ol promoting th*
lib, -ai. i\. morals oi general wel-
e of I ,. City, Ih* 'o'.nii II, bi ordl-
ii ni. i eguutle the 1... an,,,.. Height,
bulk in i .-ize ,,f i,mi.lings ami other
I es. ihi .... 1 | I I ...ni-
and othei ......it spaces, th. dennlty of
|.opl l.llioll and the Use- of 1,111 Id I ng s.
I i. and land fol trade, Indus-
try, bui n.-.->. i i-sidei,. or oilier pur-
i.....s Such ordinances nut) provide
t n.it the Zoning Board uf Appeal* may,
oprtate aae* and subjea i lo
in. prlnclplee, standarda, rule*
li- and s..| fi.ilh
.11 (lie ,11,1.111.". make sp. lal "\i-ep-
tions I,. the t.-t iis ..f the aonlng
In harmony with thdt general
ptirpoee and intent \ i I,nan.es
ma) provide thai ihe toning Hoard of
App.il- i .' Ithorlge i.ii iaii.es from
the Uriel application of th.....gula-
llon* In such situations ami *ub)ect
:.. such limitation! BI may lie set
f..i th in the I It din.III. e
Section 20. POWERS OF COUNCIL
IN SLUM CLEARANCE AND REHA-
BILITATION OF BLIOHTEO AR-
EAS: The Council ma> adopt, modify
d I.. ..nt plans proposed l,y the
1 ng I .....I lot ; .n.iii .. of" slum
- and rehabilitation of blighted
areas within t he i 'iu and, f.-t |
. onipiiviini. in of this p,n p..se, may
ae.pilie b) pin. has.....omleiomition
all prlvatel) owned land. Puddings
and othei real pi ,p, t> Intereat* "i(h-
in th.. Dlatrict; may establish, uMata,
ieio. aie. build and Improve the itreat*
and Otlutr publi, open spines or.nldeil
' In (hi Plan ma) maintain, opei -
[' '......'ll -I"! building* ui anj
ol ill. in. ma) sen Ihe Ian.I. ol am
part (hereof, deal* naled fot Building*
and private open i i *uch
terms and louditions and -i:|.-)ee| to
'" h i. ions as In liullding late*
.ml ..p.,, apwcag as will BMbatantaally
.any out an I affect the Pis n
Section 21. PLANS FOR SLUM
CLEARANCE: An) plan for slum
nee shall Include the defining of
i he bo ii,. ,,f ih.. .ii-,, j, ,,., .,,.
in, n.ii-.i t., be cleared, the pro|.....ed
I ..f new or rei,,, atlon ..f exiit-
I "III. I paid:,- open
pa within the ui ea, Ihe i.....Uon
..nd general type, character, bulk,
hi Ighl '. : U-. of the new l.ulhline*
!., i. .1 or Pennine,| within the
li red area, and the lot at Ion ,,f pi I-
'..... es pi op,,-. ,i .,- par) "I
ii I'oi the reduction of da-
and li .. tin- promotion of
health, (hi on i f good
(hi p sei .. Uon ,.f thi
-' ngth ol land and property
within the r n ..nd the development
of (he i. i ,i.,i ,.' ii,,. CM) in .
11 go ol inn : g, tin- i.-a: -
nee ol ,,i |h* exei of th.-
I'ow. rs gt nted to thi i ncll In oon-
..f this
shj il., I. .-.I I,, I... a
n! a pul
Section 22. BLIGHTED AREAS:
v,lv I h limitation of Idlght-
.' ihln the ri|) shall Include
'hi di fining of the I... uth n and boun-
of tin l to be
rt ihe location of naw ot
' M.l existing s......is and
en i ., \n nhin the
area, t1 lo, at ..,, and gt-nentl tvpe.
ractet : k ii. and is* of the
bulldln* to bi erected par-
* Ithln the reh ibllltated area,
i'i- of old I. Hidings |o
1......mill on...i. ami the location of
n ie open space* propoaed as a part
of ihe Plan
i area is oaftha*] as an
In which, owing In the obeolee-
" III on and ha racier of the
i.mi.hug, (herein, Ihe existing division
ingemenl uf lots and ownerships
and street and othei open
tni n iv.id charactei and use* of the
nuitding- or othei f.o tor* and causes.
uiiii.-s have depredated with o.nse-
"' aeclli.....r stagnation of devel-
opment and da mag, gad loss to ram-
munlt) proiiuerit) and taxable values.
and where a restorethm of th* eco-
""nn iicn ..f the area and Its attain-
able eontrlbullon to the economic
"renfth ami prosperity of (he umi-
mniiin in..y require a teplsnnlng of
ine si-en, and, fr ,hp ae.siinpilahment
'i leplannlng. a onrentratlon
or redlslributlon of the ownership or
developmental eonlrol Is rcinlsite. for
i tie promotion of public convenience
and prosperity and for the prewva-
the economic strength and
LEGAL NOTICE
.(Hired, owned. I,,,,,.,,
.......... .' ... "' '
''......" PUblli |,
...., i.......
"' '" !"
housing ... lain,',,, ,
bet.....loclai eu : i ,
feecnon 4.

id
TirV-ou.o4-, r,,JS,NC *^0R,
Authoni) of su "-I
cpinpensal..... .
Count .i ma) ,i, .
' in, i ma) d, .:,,.,
gate lo the ,, ]
powei felaltn. i,
uon. iaeonstructioii,
"llt.ui,

modailons *s tm ,
mine "'"> urt
Section 25
el i> or Intel. -. -n.ii
,.r ontrai led ( i. i-Ing p,,,j,, i i,
and no I..... In
Sllllll he I oil :, p.,| ,
lion thei e,d unit.ii i. i I',,,
Section 25. APPROVAL nr >. J
I,
UK |
until
t ,'.*
I...using or hou j i^'H
i
'"uncll, i^l
iii.-iiiIiit.
d i-u'li di*
n.l approved I,
provided, howei -
su.-i, Commission,
niajorlt) vote
l,a\ |-,u ,i |.....
Section 26 POWERS OF ,,.
IN REPLANNING AND RE0El
OPMtNT OF NEIGH BORHfU!
AND DISASTER AREAS: Set
. il shall have ihe | !,,.,. ,
Ify, ,,nd ,ani ,.: .,. PI|KW^1
in,, planning r..iim i.M., Ih.,
il.inning. Impruv, ... ,| redeqj
iiuiit of neCghlKirli
replaiining. recon I
"Plll.l.t o, .1111 .11,
may have been
in part by dlaasti
Section 27. NEIGHBORHOOD
AND REOEVEl
lllfteil b) th
lion or red
dlMrkl s||_
"i in h.,leJ
PLANNING
MENT: Any plan
nliiK Commission I. i
linpt ovement and i, I,
neighborh.HMl, shall .1
tlon and boundai -
hood, and ma) in-In,1.
nt'ii or the \... a 1 'I-'
ening. narrowing
latlnS Slleets oi
spaces, the ret ondli
Ings, the location an I
local I n of pin h-. '
othei publi,' I.
nelghborhiNiil p
ing. location ot in
slrl, lions, r.onuig an..
other (\ i.....' li
' rtpauj
i.-l-l'inent i
Ihi- the
' tat tifi|
Hi,-
exu n-i..n.
I", .itiuii
. i public
ni ofoMI
. .Put nn
ai ctiiusU
and l.ind
s, hulldii
1 -UN.i\r
*rSj
mid
tlon
of land and property 'fa ihe
area and of ih nren's contrlliutbin
- in< economic strength .',".", ....... '"h """I Manning, (he
'" I pla..
n to th
iddi -p,
h'K n......a) petition
ground, area, height
the powei
location, \,. in
Juratlon ^"^rZ^^!'^-
dltlons to govern the' buiuiinV'
ca.li.i in. .," "" ""i iMniiniMn. inf
lal.ilit ,.i., f blighted areas and
rm.-i.?,0' ,h'- "">v'r" "tranted to
Section '? '"""-'"n therewith In
10 of thi* Aril.-le arc herehv
' '....." '""- H
Section t3. HOUSING: The Conn, il
vld. bv ordinance for safe
I-,,,,., ... -........-..",.Oil, ll II.THI IO|! Or
heaW LVy ^""'ng project or part
'tr,[ ,nn'' m'n"ln any hous'ng <<>n-
:o.|i,l,ed by the Ci.v. All
.. both real and personal, ac-
of neighborhoods ....
the powara gratiled
t herewith ill Se. (if thin t
ai.. hereiii declared lo bi a
purpose and a | use.
Section 28. DISASTER AREAS
plan diafted b) Ihe Planning
mission foi the i. planning,
truotlon or red.v. : pin.nt of
area destroyed In whole .r in
m-riousli damaged bj earl
fl.^.il o, othei nisast, i ii nhi.'h
J... t to flood*, sh.r! In. hide the
Ing of the location iiml iKtuaa*
ih.- at.-.i or dlstrl .omasa*
In* I eplauiie.l. i > ted
deveioped and in i H>
I.s atlon ..f new or thi
tension or vacating listing-
or other publie o|x n
tlon and general lyi ruter,
height, ami use
to I... .reited or peimltled within
area, the racondlilonitig ,,f old
logs t" I..- i.. on I i "ii. il. Ihe I
relocation mid extent ; piirka
"tiuridH and othei puhli
fluHides, the l.Hailon f iidllliei.
the I. lihllnc resti ons ;ind
rVgnlaflon- und an) other typed
a i.dating to the layout
tdtulldlng, i". "ti l
mem of the area oi distrlet Tm
planning, rebuild
redevolpmi
II ,, I .ill I the \. "" I.
granted m connection ther**W
Beet Ion H of Ihli I "
declared i" be a pnl
'secWn' PROCEDURE
ADOPTION OF PLANS BV CW
CiL: Ppon n
am pla n tot -' tni I-
. of blighted
nelghW-h.....i i.
.. ,n nt or 'I
i'ouiicii may adopt -'
. ..id..me uith the I.....
in this Charti .1.1
of the time and pi" '" : ;'""
the plan will be
. shall be
.....N."":-
uriu......withii L*?r
trht. Am iiior,,'
shall before p*
the planning O
apoioV^d. the
such dls ippn.v
of its members
i.tiadl'
,i i ,,,*
-ilaililt.
-.,.11. but if
, ,;,v i.vemtj
my toi
ARTICLE VIM
ARTICLE vii ..m
NOMINATIONS AND ELECTIO"
S.-.tlon 1
2.
:l.
t
8.
*.
10.
II.
12.
Muni, IP"I Klee'J
Qualified Weelori
Dlsti '" J
'"*"""''' I l-lrrtiesl I
Rl of hie"1"-
N........al iui CM
I',,.,,., ,ii..ii fur l"
I'otint
rfKn'gVhfR.....
torniation i-l,., live
Va.an.i. in I.'""1"
llffnes ,
Absentee V'dlni l|C
gectl.n ll MUNICIPAL ,'k
TIONS: All City U" Tag *
hold office by virtu.' ol as
duly held under ami I- ^nd
law. of the HUt* "< -1''"", 1
nances of the City of V''""^
Beach, from and after inr
which this Charier ?h""(|ltd i
shall l, and are heieb) uer.
Councllmeii-at-l'irge. wl
The Mayor *tfJgVfM
virtue of an election, dui git
and pursuant to the I^ *'"' f
of ftorlila and urdm.';.. *
city of North Mtamt ''"K.||
from and after the ''' w'",ntl>*I
Charter shall become l... f
hold such office nd"J-r Apdl
Mayor up to and in. hiding g
lt"*. ._ ..ipotlon.,
.The first regulni ,
this Charter, for the ,*arXel
City Clerk. Tag_~ ,.i
III* n-i ". -- r t n* < M
and for all >''","',' first
ell, shall be held on ,
of April. ItM. for 'o".f Ihi
In Section 1. AMI; ,',
tor: provided. h..: ; ,,,,k. T>
terms of Mayor. n> ,,,.||ine*
.-Collector ami ', fr
Duitricta I and _'; '..prill*.
'.'Vf'i rt he. ""'l 1*
and provided, furtn ,,. Ll


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LEGAL NOTICI
,!l |- hold pu
i-ei.' || .: .hi. Char-
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I il.....
sjorth Miami
ivs liven
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. i ii majority <'f
l ha I partlc-
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W*" tin iff between
n-celvlng lb* twc-
nihiTM ise, wltb-
^i.I dec-
|.( '"'.'
,i ghesl num-
nin-off election
havs bMi MV
5Lit0*IJini0 ELECTORS:
I ; of ,IH' .11
jtj-' ..; so th Miami
nd .lu> regla-
!). Municipal Registration
Ml ,|is.llll.llhlll.-C,l
EwVo'STRICTSi ELECTION
RoLNCiLMtN. i .i ih.- purposes
f i i. i ih. Councilman of
k;''. ... I a...,, the
1 Miami Beacll haB
f ,(..) Districts. The
I u shall be
^STRICT I!
Ml I! '
.... iihweal corner of
..unship "- .south.
^ortl i rl) along
r i liovemi ni......-d
mdan line o
f mid Baal
I ihi Bouth Una
[ Westell.
1 "i Sec. IB-5J-1J
**Vc, Hi I "Mi- "jKh-
. ,-t.riy along
,. I, i.. me i-nti r ol Be.
i, ., .. rthetl) along tne
][ ,. n| the I- i "'
i,i. i ..I Section
along the
irth l.in- ui i- si-:1! of He
1: to t'n. !. "I :---:
I donK Hi- Baal line
I i... t Una "i
. iin Una ol th.
I : i Sei IB-52-1S;
|i ,'..-. ng -.,:.! South
I u with the Baal
i .i. i il High-
.- luthwi tei Ij
-ol -\\ ny Una of
\-(). I 150 It feet
I imint: thence
igle of 73
to ihi kfl ith th.. in c-
moi or less
hi i.. t North of
ith Una --I the
\i: ..I Ih. HWIi .d tne
p -,. thence Fas-
said South Un.-
i. --. t
mi i "i- aa:
|t.:, Wi lllll 1 to and lii"
nil Una "f the
I ..I ih.- s\\ ', of tin-
|E>j 178 ] feel to
t -. ..v line of Fed-
r,il tllghu. N :. tin lire South*
[tight of-Wsy
..... North line ..f the
IK', ..I i' SA\ id the SW', of
Ihi- N'E'i .....i;:..'-l:': thence
n ,.i I. aa in tin-
i th. w of ihi W, of
I KS "l Se I" J-1L"; thence
iMih-p KaM line to the
.lUi li.* i.l th. \\\ ', ..[ the NW',
il the HE1, id Si 16-52-42; th.-nee
erl> ..l. i^ -aid South line to
In., id the SF' of See.
-,.-i: then i Northerly along aald
. line i intersection with
if BUI R (I -of- \\ ,i> line of the
lnriil.i Kr\ '...-I Railroad; thence
,ouihe>teil\ along said Kaat
Fight-of-W.il hi,e tu the Intersec-
in of the projection of the North
, "I !"' Hi,,, k I. lllircayne
; f....... according, to
"put th. '. recorded In plat
ok II, phl'c : ,.f the |>ulillc rec-
' '' Klnrlda; thence
.'"ly afcuig a I projection and
' North lln, of !..,( :,, Block I,
,. n, to the Went
pijnt-i,f.\\.u I.,,, f federal Hlgh-
lu; .'-. ""in.' Southwaatartjr
K;,i i*'"'1 l:'-' -'-way
louth li
ill rabdivuii
iterly
to the
l. liliH-k !, afore-
IJ Nbdlvisl.,1, thence Westerly
Z '"" "" 'me of lot 1, and
BmLai"'!"" "'-of to intemec-
i.t. \h. "" Ki"" RUtM-of-way line
,." n',r"'! '-"' ''"" Hallr.md-
NKC >,.,!,, ,,..,v | mM
'M ..(-ii ,. t Intersection Of the
,''. "","' ih. North line of Lot 1.
.."It I,
gene* i.
ultdl\*lsion;
R said projec-
j'".'"l '; N Ih line of I^.t 1. to
!y;:,' line ,,f Fed-
FJi ahw.-.) \ |. ,n,.,.,.,. Houth-
Ih, Weal line of
, i" th.- s-.uth Una
J, enald suhdlvl-
f owe
' Let 1 i 'h" Wm "ne
:., .1 "" '. i.-.,i,i aubdlvl-
lerlj along
and J, Block
m, f, the
1 II a fore-
ih, .. Baaterly
Of Lot 4 to
; nf-way line of Ked-
'; V N" 'hen Bouth.
nock '- "' i"' I.
Iiein-e w 'ubdlvlalon;
'-(ton ald South
I ..I Block
1 don thence
ired North'
f" frin, i Right-of-way
I*' II 'hweaj ,rner of
h*'"i.,i,
"ght-,,
feet; thence
1 narallel t the
;r.iliei t the
' of Federal
feel to the
'"Wen,;., i the swi.
-, thenca Wuil
ipr r*v ...
ihenca Westerly
LEGAL NOTICE
along ii, hn,. is ii i
the i:..: i i n, ,,t the Nw', i
si:1, "f the SK'i ol th, SW ', ol
12; Hi, i .i .
. line to th.
line of the NW ,,f the UK1-, i
m. of the.SW ;, ol s, tlon
1-. Ihenci Wi tern A .-........
i the Baal line ol i he si. ,,;
th. s\\ ,.i 8ei tlon 21 i- 12, .-., ,i I n,
also the Baal line of l^it lm Amen-
ded 1'i.it of it. B. McDonald g ib-
,iii i-i,,n according to I ha plai thai a
of racorded In pial i..,k 2, al pag,
22 "f ilie I'ubfiu llecorda ol Daue
i oiinti, Ploi Ida Hi, i. ,- Boul ii. 11\
along sal,I i: line to the North
In.,- of I i -V gfoi en .i ;ii i.
th.iice Bot/thwcaterl) along the
Baal line ,d I...I 18, aforesaid sub-
division i,v7.|.i fe,i to the South
line oi l,ot 28, afoiesald aubdlvlalon,
being alao the North line of the s1
of the s oi tie f)H ot Be. I Ion 21 -
62 12; thence Baaterl) along said
North line to the Baal Una of the
84 of the sw, of the si.1, ol B< i
tlon 21-52-42; thence Boutherly alon
th,- .said Baal i,n, to the Bouth Un
of Section 21-52-12: Ihi ni e Wi

ig
,
oi section .i-,_-i-. we ii,,. ii,'-l,-, li
along said South line to the Weal
|lna of Section 21-52-42; which i-
the point oi It.-Kiuning.
Ilecln al a point on tin- South line
of the N\v, of Section 13 12-42,
tun feet West ,.f the .enter of .-. i
lion IB-S2-42; thence Northerly and
iMtrallal to the Fast line of the
N\\', ,,f Bee 15-52-12 lo th,- South
Right-of-Wa) line of Slat. Road tfb
I24T; t!,. n. e Hasten) along said
South Right -,d- W av line I(XI le. I .
thence Bouthel ly and iiat sll, I to 1 hi
II......f the NW, of B :.i-l^ to a lioint BOO feet North of
the South line of the NW'4 of Bee
IS-&2-42; then,. Rasterly and paral-
lel to the Bouth line "f tin- N\\',
,.f s.c 15-62-41 to ihe Wi'.d Hank
of the oieta River; theme* South-
westerly atid ineandei ln< with il.-ta
River t I point on the Northwes-
terly bank of tald river 100feel Waat
of the Last line of the SW, Of Sec
15-52-42; then,.- Northerly and par-
allel to the -.nil Baal lini ,.f the
SW, to the South line ,,f the NW ',
of Section 15-52-42 and the point Of
lieuinning.
DISTRICT 2:
Begin at the Southeast corner of
Section IT. Township .'.;: South,
Range u Bait, run westerly along
th. south line of aald See. 17-52-42
I,, the W e.t line of the EH Ol the
W, of Beg 17-52-42; the..... North-
erly along -iid Waal line lo th-
Noi th line of the BVi of the N ol
Sec. 17-52-42; then,.- Baaterl] along
aid North line lo the Weal Una ol
the v.:- ,,f the NW' of th. NEH
,,f Bo, i, :-12; I hence Northei 1>
along aid Weal lln, an i i.....tinuing
along the Weal line ol the si:1, ,.f
the SW \ "f the Sl'.i, of .-. I OH
1-62-42 t" tin- South lid'- of the
NW', of the sw, -f the si:', of
Be. 8-52-42; thence Easterly
the North line ,-f the s of the tF&
of the S'v of Bectlon B-52-42 and
Bee 1-82-42 lo the Last line of the
w of Section .--12: thence
Southerly along the Baal line of the
W4 of Section .-' I- ,nd See l-
52-12 to the elllel of Sec lll-.l2-
42; then,. Southwesterly along the
center line f I>lxle Highway to the
Southeast corner of S,,-. 17-62-42;
which la the point of beginning.
DISTRICT 3:
iteg-ln at the center of Sec. B-52-42:
thence run Southerly along the BaMl
line of the tth of Sec. -.".2-i' to the
South Una of the N1, of the S>, of
the s' of s,, :'-v:-*:. tneace Wes-
t.rlv along said Ko.ith line and along
the South lint- of tne N'j of the S'-i
of the S'. ol S.i H-:,l-fi to the West
line of the SK' of See. 8-62-42;
thence Northerly along said West
line to the South line of the NK'
of the NK' of the SWi. of .-.
52-42; thence Westerly along ald
South line to the West line of the
NFV, of the NK', Of the SW ol
Sec. X-f.2-1-'; thence N-ntheilv along
said West line to the South line of
the NW*. of s.-c. (.-..2-4:'. thence
Westerly along said South line of
the West line of the BM '! the SW ',
of the SF'. of the NW'. of Bee I-
52-42: thence Northerly along said
West line to the South line of the
NK. of the BVi of the NW. of See
8-52-42; thence Westerly along said
South line to the West line of the
B4 of the XK', of the SW ', of tin-
NWU of Section 8-52-42; thence
Noiiherlv along said West line to
the South line of the NW ', of the
NW'i of Bectlon s-:,2-42; tli.nce
Westerly along said South line to
the West line of Section s--,,-';,:-;
theme Northerly along the WejK
line of Section 8-52-42 to the South
line of the-N'i of the N'j. of the
NKi, of Section 7-52-42: thence
Westerly along said South line to the
West line of the N'j of the N'j ol
the NK', Of Bectlon T--.2-42; thence
Northerly along said West line to
the North line of Bectlon "
thence Fasterly along the N'-rth
line of Section 7, I and B-62-4I to
the West line of the SK', of the
SW'. of the SW, of Section I---
4L' thence Northerly along the said
w.st line to the North H">- nf'he
s'-. of the BIS "f the sw, "f Sec-
tion 4-52-42; then.'- i:.si,,lv along
aid North line to th, Bast line ol
th, sw ', of Section 4-M-.42; th-n,,
Souther!} along the Fust line of th-
SW, of S., lion l-n2-42, and the
Beat line of 'he NW, of Bectlon
8-52-42 t" the center of Bectlon
:.l-*:. which Is the point of be-
ginning.
DISTRICT 4: .
Hug in at the Northeast corner l
th. NW, of the NW. "f Section
I7"."-I2. run Southerly along the
Baal line of the W, ,.f the w ol
n 17-.'2-2 to the South line
f section i7-5-'-4? Ihenre Weater-
h> ..long the South line of Se, tlon
I7-..2-42 t" Ihe KoiHhwesi cornet of
s.....on I7-S2-42; thence Northerly
along the West line "f said S-'lion
12 to the Sooth line ..f th.- N
,.f the NK'. "f the *KH of '';
SK', of Section IB IJ thence
Westerly along the said South line
,., the west line "f the NM,t the
NKi, of th.- SK'. "f he BB'J of
s.etio,, IB-52-M: thence Northerly
l,,g the aald Weal Une to the South
line of the SW. of the NI
the SF'. of Be, J '''",:"
I, rlv along aald South line to the
West line of the SK'. of the sw .
of the NF'i of the SF'. of Section
l-.'.i-42; thence Northerly nlong said
West line to the South line of the
NW". of the SW. of the NE*. of
the SF'.. of Section ik -,J-*2. hence
Westerly along -aid South line to
the West line of the F1. of the HKJl
of Section IB-B2-42: thence North-
ilon* the West line of'the .*
of the BBU and the West Una of
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
'ii- B*i of ih. NK', f section IB-
to ih,- North Ih.....i ..
12: then, Kaatet li along tne
.North l>n, of Si tlon 18 !>2 12 and
Section 17-52-42 to the Northeast
NW ', ol I!" \ w,
"i i ctlon 17-52 IJ, which Is the
tKilni ..f ii.-glnniiig
i .,i i hi Not thwesl oi ii--- of
the sw ', ol Se, tlon ..'-12; them
i ii I ..'-I, I) along the Not t h line of
the sw, to the East line of the
W '. : Hi- ni:', ,,i the x oi
ii- 8 ', ol Be, Ion ,j ij. them -
Soutlicrl) along raid Baal Una i" the
South line oi the N ol the NWIs
of the SW, of S, ctlon -
thenoe Westerly along said South
to Hi.- w ssi line of Si I li n
v >'i i-'. un n. Noi ihi i ly alon I
W,-t |iMe to the Northwest corner
,,i the sw ', ,,f Section 2-42; and
th- point of beginning.
DISTRICT 5:
Begin al the So ithi n tier of the
U ,,| the SI-.', 0f il,,. SI.', of Sec-
tion 7-62-42, run M'esleru along the
Boul n line ol Bel i Ion 1-52- 12 and
the South line of Section 12-52-41
to the West line ,.f the si-:', oi thi
SW ', of Section !2-2- n thence
Northerly along said West line to
the North In.....1 the SF', ol the
SW, of Section 12-62-41; thence
Easterly along sai.i North Una and
'.....tinuing along the North Una of
ih. sw ', ,,f the SK', of Bectlon 12-
".'-ii to th,- West line ol the s ,,f
the NK', of the SK', of Section 1J-
62-41; thence Northerly along said
Wi Una lo the North line of the
BVi < 'he nf', ,.f the si:1, bl Bec-
tlon 12-52-41: tnence Baaterl) along
said North Una lo the Weal
Bectlon 7-62-42; then,,. Northerly
along the Weal line of Section '-::-
42 t" tin- North Una of the sw. of
Section 7-62-42: thence Easterly
along said Ninth line to the Basl
line of the sw'i ol Section 7-.",L,-^:,;
then, i* Boutherly along Bald Baal
line to the North line of the S'.. of
the SW, of the NW, of the SF',
of Section 7-62-42; then,,- Baaterl}
along said North line to the Baal
line of the BM of the SW, of the
NWi, of the SF'., ,,f Bectlon 7-82-
42: thence Boutherly along said Easl
line to the North line of the SW ',
of the BBVi of Section '.-:: v:.
thence Easterly along aald North
line to the Fast Hue Of the, W, of
the B*i of the si:', of the Bectlon
12; thence Boutherly along said
Basl ime t,, the North line of Sec-
tion 18-62-42, which is the point of
beginning,
Section 4. REGULATION OF ELEC-
TIONS: The council shall make all
regulations which it considers needful
lor dealrable, not Inconsistent with this
Charter, lor the conduct of municipal
elections for the prevention ,.i fraud
III Sll, II election-, and for the re. OUIIt
of ballots in ,.,se of doubt or fraud.
Municipal elections shall be conducted
i,\ the r.-uuiar election authorities,
who shall nave power to make such
regulations not Inconsistent with thl-
i n.ii.,i or with am regulations made
i,.. th,- i'i'i CounolL
Section 5. NOMINATIONS: Any
quaUtled elector of the City of Norm
.\n.ni.i Beach, who snail have resided
in the. Cltj tor one ye.....i........ shall
be eiiKili.e to otter himself for any
electlve office ol tins >'ity, and shall,
not inter than the 20 days prior to any
election date, <|UHlify himself for such
candnlacjy, by presenting himself to
the City Clerk of North Miami lleach.
and there executing such forms as are
required by the election officers of
the City of North Miami lteacb. and
deposit simultaneous therewith a qual-
ifying fee of J.'iO.OO for the candidates
for the office of Mayor, and the sum
of 2i. for all other elective officers:
provided, however, Wi.it 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, such as Charter
Revision Hoard, Civil Service Hoard.
and of similar capacity; this enumer-
ation shall not be deemed to be ex-
clusive, but simply explanatory.
Section S. PREPARATIONS FOR
CENTRAL COUNT: llefoie each elec-
tion the election authorities shall
designate a central countlitK place for
all ele. tlon returns to be brought to-
gether and counted publicly: appoint
a competent person to act as director
of the counting; employ and provide
for the training ot a competent staff
of assistants, subject to any regula-
tion of the Council; fix a definite com-
pensation. If any, for the director and
each .....inli.-r of the staff which shall
not be dependent upon the IcnKth of
time consumed In the count ; prepare
oetailed regulations for the count,
which shall be issued in advance to the
members of the counting force, to the
candidates and to their representa-
tives at the central count; and make
other suitable arrangements for all
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
' Section 7. ELECTION POLLS: All
balloting for elective offices shall lake
Place at the City Hall In the City of
North Miami H......h, which shall be
turned into a central counting place
i. f.ned to In section hereof, at the
Ck>M of the legal voting hours.
Section 8. CHECKING THE RE-
TURNS: As soon as the polls have
closed the voting machines shall be
opened by the election officials and
in th,- presence of the members of the
counting force, and in the presi
the candidates or their duly qualified
representatives and thereupon the
tabulations shall commence, and shall
l. recorded as follows: The results as
tabulated on the machines for each ol
rhe candidates shall be clearly an-
nounced by one of the election offi-
cials, designated for that purpose to
nothi r of the officials who .-ha 1
thereupon record to the credit of such
,.,, dhlate the figures so an......need
and MJ on, until : CO "d full
tabulation of each machine shall nave
1..... i,.....ded. As the tabulation on
each machine shall ha m be. "com -
aid machine shall be locked
or sealed so that the ihulatIon shall
remain Intact and shall remain In
the custody of the election officials
and all UCh machines and records
shall be k.pt by th,- director of eiee.
tlopi at the central counting place
until a board hereafter ,ic-is-..ii, aa
a "Canvassing- Board" which fall be
?omnrlsed of the 'Itv Cl.i k. 1 "rector
of Flections, and it representative or
,, I, of fhe Candid"!.-, if thev so de-
sire, shall, within two (^. days of the
election date, ennva- Ihe machines.
lech.ck the tut.ul.-itlons. correct any
errors, and make flnil certification of
'ViTonV'vOTING MACHINES:
The Council shall have the power to
provide for the use of n.crhs"
other devices lor voting or counting
LEGAL NOTICE
the voi.s in accordance with the
Iirlnclplea set forth in this Charter.
'oi this purposs the Council may
. ii the i-oiin ot tin- ballot, the
method expressing noioes and the
arrangements foi conducting the ele, -
tlon and the count, but no change
-hall i. made which will alter oi Im-
pair th,- principles ol the voting or of
the counting.
Section 10. PUBLIC SUPERVISION
AND INFORMATION: At each elec-
lion of the Council, any |..
nominated candidate shall be sntltled
upon written application to the elec-
tion authorities at leant five (f) teya
i,, tot.. in,, eleelIon,
i.l io appoint one peraog and one
alternate to repreaeni him as watohtsi
ami challenge] al each polling place.
An., pei son so appointed shall nave
ail the rughti .ini privileges pre*
scribed b> law i.e other watchers
and hail.'ngi im al any election in the
same place but a watcher and his
alternate shall not have the right i,,,th
I,, remain w-ithiu th,- voting pin, > at
the same time Such watchers and
challengers may eaerclae theli rights
,.t the voting places until the ballots
have i.e. n s. nt I,, th.- central counting
place, but not more than ..... watcher
for the same candidate shall have
the right to accompany two or more
ballot boxes while the}' are being
taken together,
,ii t,, appoint on,- representative
at the eoiint in the central counting
place, who shall have full authority
to move anywhere within the central
counting place, and to Inspect all a. -
tlvlties Ol the COunl without Interfer-
ing therewith.
hi to appoint one observer at the
Central counting place, who shall be
given facilities for keeping In full view
of all ballots outside of contalnei- and
all containers ,,f ballots at all times
when such ballots are not being sorted
or counted, and from the time when
the first ballots arrive until all I,al-
lots have been placed ill containers
ami removed lor safekeeping at the
end of the count.
The election authorities ami the di-
rector of the count shall permit -.in-
to make substitutions for per-
sons originally appointed as a
era, challengers, representatives or
observers; Ihe candidates, representa-
tives of the press and, so far as ma)
be consistent with good order and con-
venience, th.- public shall be afforded
every facility for being present and
Ing lii. ballots cast at each
election shall be preserved b} th,- elec-
tion authorities until the terms of the
members elected there at have ex-
pired.
The decision of the director of the
count shall be final unless appealed
from in Which case they shall be sub-
ject to immediate review by the elec-
i ii n uthoritles.
Section 11. VACANCIES IN ELEC-
TIVE OFFICES: If one or mote xa-
, .ui, i.s should ,,,, in in the le, m e
of ths City of North Miami
Beach, the election authorities shall
call a sp..i.il election of officers to
serve for the remainder >>f the unex-
plred i-i in. sp,., ..,i elections shall be
held within sixty I BO) days from data
of vacancy, except that if regular
, I, t loll I' of!..
erve for the next regular term has
alreadi been held, or is to l- held
not more than (60) dayi after the oc-
currence of the vacancy, such special
election need not be held, and the
officer or officers elei ted al such reg-
ular election Is completed. Any spe-
cial election shall be held as nc.u h
as practicable according to the provi-
sions for a regular election.
Section 12. ABSENTEE VOTING:
The provisions of Section ml.81
through 101.70 of the Florida Statutes
and any subsequent amendments
thereto, is hereby declared to be the
luw 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 of North
Miami Beach, and to enlarge or di-
minish any time requirements which
are set up In the statute.
The purpose of this Section being
to provide a satisfactory method by
which elections may be held within the
t'ltv of North Miami lleach in an or-
derly manner, the "Law of Election"
as reflected In Chapters 97 through 1UB
of the Florida Statutes, entitled
'Fleet..rs and Flections", 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
framew-osk of such Florida Statutes
to make them applicable to the City
of North Miami Beach.
ARTICLE IX.
INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM
Section 1. Bower of Initiative
1. Recall
3. Bower of Itcfeienduni
4. Form of 1'etltlons: Com-
mittee Of Petitioners
5. l-iling, examination and
icituicatioi. of Petitions
6. Amendment of Petitions
7. Bffect of Certification of
Referendum Petition
8. I 'oll.-ldel .' 'oil t I OUnCil
B, Submission to < lecloi -
10. Form ot ballot l.n initi-
ated and 1 ell lied U. ,11-
ii,c .
11. Availability of list of
qualified Electors
12. Results of election
Section 1. POWER OF INITIA-
TIVE: The electors shall ha\e power
to piopose any Ordinance, sxoewt aa
Ordinance appropriating money or au-
thorising tb. lev} of taxes, and to
adopt OT reject the same at the polls.
UCh.power being known as the Initi-
ative Any initiated Ordinance ma> be
submitted to the Council b) a petition
signed by qualified ,1., tOTS of the l'll>
equal in number to at bast two per
centum i_": I of the registered voters
at the l.,si regular municipal election,
Section 2. RECALL: la) As to City
CouncilAny member Of the Citv
c......ell ma} In- recalled or removed
from his or her said office upon the
Initiative of the electors of the Dis-
trict from which said Councilman has
I n lected. in the manner and num-
ber as hereinafter pi escribed.
i hi At to Mayor or any other elec-
tive officer who it elected from the
Clty-at-laroeThe Mayor or any
elective officer of the City who Is
i from Ihe Cit y-a t -large ma) be
recalled and removed from his oi hei
office upon the Initiative of the elec-
tors from the Clry-ut-large as heiein
led.
i,-i To initiate a recall-Any quali-
fied elector of the City and District, or
the Clty-at-large, whichever Is ap-
pDrable as set out In sub-sections (a)
an I ihi of this Section, may make and
h ih, City Clerk an affidavit
containing the name of the Council-
man lor Couuciliuen should any
amendment to this Charter provide
rot more than one Councilman from
each District), or other elective offi-
cer of the 'ii v g bo i smoval i-
i. ami a statement "f the sp,
i.. grounds fof removal. Ths Clerk
shall thereupon deliver for appro
ami il i to the ele, tor or
electors making such affidavit, coplet
ol no- petition blanks lot SUCh re-
moval, such blanks shall be executed
by the Clerk with the signature I
offli ,.n seal tin ni" attached; tne)
be dated and addressed to the
City Council, and shall contain tin
.-p.-, Ific grounds for recall, name 01
names of the person or peisens who...
i em,,\:ii Is s.uant. iind iha office drum
which such removal la sought. AH
Of the petition shall be en-
tered In a record book to be kept In
ili,. office of the City Clerk, The re-
call petition, to be effective, must bl
signed and fib-d with the Clerk within
lllll t v (SO) days after the filing of t h.
affidavit The petition before beiii.
t i, i ahall be signed i" IS* ol the red -
Istered voters "f the district or of the
Clty-at-large, depending upon whethei
the officer comes within the category
f sub-sections or tbi of this s-
tion, which registered voters shall
have been qualified to vote In tin-
last general municipal election, and
to ,a, h such signature shall be added
the place of residence of the signer.
giving the street and number or othel
Iptlon sufficient to identify the
place of business or residence of the
petitioner, Such signatures need not
all I.....n one paper, but the Citv II. I.
hall make an affidavit that BM b sig-
nature appended to the paper is the
genuine signature of the person wh
ii.un,. it purports to be. All such re-
call pap. s | hall be filed H one In-
trumenl with the endorsement there-
on of the names and addresses of the
persons designated as filing the same
Within ten lini days after the filing of
the petition, the Clerk shall ascertain
Whether Or HOI the petition is signed
by the requisite number of registered
voters ami shall attach thereto bis
certificate showing the results of such
,-\., munition. If this certificate show-
the petition to be Insufficient, he slut.I
forthwith so notify in writing on,- 0
more of ihi pel one designated on the
, t.iion a- filing th,- same; and thi
petition inav be amended at any time
within ten il") days after the giving
of said notice, by filing of a supple-
mentary petition upon additional peti-
tion paper, signed and filed as provid-
ed herein lor the original petition, ti,-
Cl.rk shall within ten (10) day- alt i
such amendment make like examina-
tion of the result. If then found P. be
Insufficient, or if no amendment Wai
marl... h,. shall file the petition In his
office, and shall notify each of the per-
sons designated thereon, that the sam-
i- filed if the petitioner amended pi
tlon shall be certified by ths Clerk lo
fficient, he .-hall submit tin- same
Stlth bis certificate to the Citv Coun-
cil ,,t it- next regular meeting and
shall notify the Councilman or Coun-
cilman or other elective officer or
officers who.-., removal is sought, of
-in h action. The City Council shall.
thereupon, within ten il"i days of the
i......|pt of the cbrk's certificate, or-
,i,.r an eli i I Ion to be held not k
than twenty '-"I nor more than thirty
(30) 'lavs thereafter, provided, how-
ever thai al such recall elections all
registered voters of the Citv. regard-
leaa of ths District in which said vot-
ers reside, -hail be eligible to cast
their vote f..r or against the nffe
who-,, removal :- -ought, whether such
officials were in the first Instance,
elected by District or at large; and
further provided, however, that If gny
other municipal election Is to Occur
within sixtv n.i'l days after the re-
ceipt of saul certificate, the City coun-
cil mav III 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 offn ,r whose removal Is
sought, may resign at any time before
the election, in which event the office
will be deemed vacant without recall,
and shall be filled as other vacancies
provided for herein In elections for
recall, the form of the ballot shall be
as nearly as practical:
Shall "A" be recalled", or "Shall
"IS" be recalled", etc., the name of
the officers being inserted in the
place of "A" and "B".
The voter shall indicate his vote
by "YFS" or "No".
H a majority of the votes cast shall
be lii favor of such recall, the Council
shall Immediately declare the office
vacant and proceed to fill the same
In the manner provided by law for the
filling of vacancies in elective offices
of the Citv of North Miami Beach.
Provided, however, that In no event
shall i.....naecutlve elections for the
recall of the same Councilman or other
,le, live officer be held within six
nil months, and provided, further
that no Councilman or other elective
officer shall be subject lo recall within
Thirty (B0) davs after taking office.
Section 3. POWER OF REFEREN-
DUM: The ele, tors at large shall have
power t" approve or reject at the polls
any Ordinance passed by the Council.
or submitted by the Council to a vote
,,r the electors, except as provided In
Section in iKKI- ERENDUM ON BOND
ORDINANCES'). Article IV of this
Charter, such power being known as
th, referendum, ordinances submitted
to the Council by Initiative petition
and passed by the Council without
change -hall 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 ton
referendum, petition signed by quali-
fied .-I.-, tors of the City equal in num-
ber to ,,t hast tell per centum (in",)
of the legist.red voters at the last
preceding regular municipal election
may 1. filed with the City Clerk re-
questing that any such Ordinance be
eitb.i repealed or submitted to a vote
of the electors.
Section 4. FORM OF PETITIONS:
COMMITTEE ON PETITIONS: All
petition papers i Irculatcd for the pur-
poses of initiative or referendum shall
be uniform In sise and style. Initiative
paper- -hall contain the full text of
the proposed ordinance. The signa-
tures to Initiative of referendum peti-
tions need not lie all appended to one
i.......i. bat to each separate petition
th, ie shall be attached a statement of
the circulator thereof as provided by
this sc.-tlon. Fach signer of any such
petition paper shall sign his name In
Ink or Indelible pencil, and shall Indi-
cate after his name his place of resi-
dence by street and number, or other
description sufficient to Identify the
place. There shall appear on each peti-
tion the names and addresses of five
electors, who as a committee of Ihe
petii ill be regarded as re
sponalble for the circulation and (11-


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LEGAL NOTICE
ing of the Petition. Attached to each
separate petition i>apt-r there shall In'
an affidavit that he, and he only, personalia cir-
culated the foregoing paper, tn.it It
bean tha stated number of slgna-
turea, that all the signatures appended
thereto were mail-' in hi- preeence,
anu that he believes them t he tin'
genuine aignaturea of the peraoni
whose names they purport to be.
Section 5. FILING. EXAMINATION
AND CERTIFICATION OF PETI-
TIONS: All petition papers .-.....prising
an initiative or referendum petition
.-haii be aaaembled and Hied with the
City clerk as one Instrument Within
twenty (20) days alter a petition is
filed, the city Clark shall determine
whether each paper ol the petition
has a propel statement f the circula-
tor, whether the petition is Signed I'1
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 pri-
sons than the number of signatures
certified by the circulator, tin laat
signature In excess "i the number cer-
tliad -hall be disregarded. If a peti-
tion paper is found t<. be signed by
fewer persona than the number certi-
fied, the signatures shall i><- accepted
unless void on other grounds. After
completing his examination of the
petition, the City clerk shall certify
the result thereof t.i tin- Council at
its next regular meeting. U he shall
certify that the petition is Insuffi-
cient in- .-hail set forth in his certl-
fieate the particulars in Which It is
defective and .-hall ai once notify the
Committee of the Petitioners of his
findings.
Section 6. AMENDMENT OF PETI.
tions: An Inltiatlt..... referendum
petition may be amended at ans time
within ten (10) days alter notification
oi Insufficiency has been senl b) the
Cits Clerk, bj filing a supplen
petition upon additional papei -
and filed as provided In case .>t an
original petition. The Cits Clerk shall,
within five I > > da> ., 11 : -
amendment is tiled, make examination
"t the amended petition and. if the
petition is still in- indent, I
file in- certll
hi- offli e and notify Ho commit
l In pel Itionei of and no
tar' hi'i .,. i ..a -hall l>. had i '
Insufflclenl pel t Ion. Tie fin lliu
I' -Nile |< te J el a petil "h .-hall II"!
idlce the fling "i a new ;
lor thi -.
Section 7. EFFECT OF CERTIFI-
CATION OF REFERENDUM PETI-
TIi IN: \\ en ., ri fei endu
- lief.||ed III
> n 6 of I s- i' 'i. ha i'< en
i 11 >
i ... in the
petition -hall let t. or
further action thereunder shall be
tiled. if It Shall )l.l\ e U'
effeet, until and unless approved by
the ele t' B, a- lie; ti "
Section 8. CONSIDERATION BY
COUNCIL: Whenever thi Council re-
i e ..- ertlfled inltiatlt e or ref< en
dum petition from the City Clerk, it
a .; oni e 1., consldi i
petition. A proposed Initiative ordi-
nance shall be read, and pri
shall 1... made fur a public- hearing
upon the proposed ordinance. The
C i. il shall take final action on the
. irdinam e hoi later than slxl (( l
days after the date on which sueh
(Irdinane.- -hall be I ed by
the Council ami its final vote upon
such reconsideration -hall be upon the
question, "Shall the Ordinance speci-
fied In the Referendum Petition be
Repealed ?"
Section 9. SUBMISSION TO ELEC-
TORS: If the Coun.il shall fail
an ordinance proposed by initiative
petition, or shall pass rt in a form
different from that set forth in the
petition therefor, or if the Council
fad to repeal a referred ordinal!) e. the
proposed or referred ordinance shall
he submitted to the electors at large,
not less than thirty (SO) days, nor
more than sixty (6() davs from the
date the Council takes its final vote
thereon. The Council may. In its dis-
cretion, and if no regular election is
to be held within such period, provide
for a special election.
Section 10. FORM OF BALLOT FOR
INITIATED AND REFERRED ORDI-
nances: Ordinances submitted to
vote of the electors in accordance with
the initiative and referendum provi-
sions of this Charter .-hall be submit-
ted by ballot title, which shall be pre-
pared in all cases by the Department
of Law or other principal legal ad-
viser of the City. The ballot nil.- mav
be different from the legal till.- of any
such Initiated or referred ordinance
and shall be a clear, concise state-
ment, without argument or prejudice
descriptive of the substance of such
ordinance. The 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:
"l-'or 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 1X1 the elec-
tor may vote for or against the Ordi-
nance. Any number of ordinances KUt]
be Voted on at th.- -am.- election and
may be submitted on the same ballot,
but any paper ballot used for voting
thereon shall be for that purpose onlv
If voting machines are used, the bal-
lot title of any ordinance shall have
below it the same two propositions
one above the other, or one preced-
ing the other in the order indicated
and the elector shall be given an op-
portunity to vote for either of the
two propositions and thereby to vote
for oj- against the ordinance.
Section 11. AVAILABILITY OF
LIST OF QUALIFIED ELECTORS:
r any organization or group requests
It for the purpose of circulating the
descriptive matter relating to the
Ordinance to be voted on. the Hoard
or Election*, or the City Clerk or other
orrice. department or agenev of the
City having; the list of qualified elec-
tors, shall either permit such organiza-
tion or group to copy the names and
addresses of the qualified electors or
furnish It with a list thereof, within
ten (10) days from said request.
_,Scion 12. RE8ULTS OF ELEC-
TION: If a majority or the electors at
f,c vot,r"t on proposed Initiative
ordinance shall vote In favor thereof.
It shall, thereupon, be an Ordinance
v.,h.e. Cl,y- A referred* Ordinance
which Is not approved by a majority 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
ii/ilHf V voi'" "*Jf." vall to the
xtent of such conflict.
LEGAL NOTICE
of Assessment !(-
lowers and dalles
Hearings on i otn-
10.
ARTICLE X
TAX ADMINISTRATION
Section l. Division ol Assessment
1, Property subje< t to I as
in.-in.i of Assessment
3. Hoard of Assessment Hi
\ lew
4. Hoard
\ lew ,
... Public
plaints
:. Appeal to Courts
7. Division of coii.ci
8. Collector's Bond
9. Taxes payable when due
Preparation and Delivery
ol 'lax Bills
11. Extension of Tax for in -
i. in year on Aasessmi nl
Rolls
i.'. Description of Tax i"ii
1.1. Office of Assesaor-
. 'ollector
Section 1. DIVISION OF ASSESS-
MENTS: There shall I
the Department .-i Finance a Division
of Assessment, the head of whli h
be the Cilv Assesso
Section 2. PROPERTY SUBJECT
TO TAX: METHOD OF ASSESS-
MENT: All real and personal pi
within the City, not expressly exemp-
ted by law. shall be subject to annual
taxation ai its true value. The Asses-
sor .-hall begin the work of assessing
eal ltd pel sons I pi opert) on and as
of the first fiscal yea i On or before the first day
..f Julj of each fiscal year, he shall
pre* nt to th.- iHie. tor of Plnam t
an assessment roll -t the pr< ;'. :t- tax
able within the City, together itii ..
true cops thereof to be known a- the
Assessors duplicate, The assessment
roll shall be available for paid i In-
spection .luring the period from the
10th d..y of Jill to the 10th da) ol
A iiu-n-l
Section 3. BOARD OF ASSESS-
MENT REVIEW: Thei. shall be S
ol Assess menl Revli a to be
composed of thi Cits Council sitting
pose
Section 4. BOARD OF ASSESMENT
REVIEW; POWERS AND DUTIES:
I of Ass. .-.-men: Ret li u shall
I tie i" wi r to
.i i Ri \ lew on com] I
lentti i.e t-i. |
ol ta \.i t ion ol real and pei sonal
p:o|.. rtj thai i hi i "ity mole bj
i
In oaths
estli
H H
1 > irdlng th,
nenl Review.
Section 5. PUBLIC HEARINGS ON
COMPLAINTS: Beginning wlfli the
15th da) ol August of i I > eai.
long then ay be nee-
the 'Ity i' in II, Itting as n
t Assess m Res li n shall
Ine thi omptalni of
[I tl tO tile .
men) roll. Complaints lo thi Board ol
menl Ret li shall be In wrll
ith. But the procedure
such Board shall In Inf.
and of a nature ilcutated to effi
a- slmpl) aa possible HeaiInga
upon complaints shall be held In the
order : i eh .1 and as prompt!) after
the filing thereof, aa possible, and
the determination of the Hoard of
m, nt Review shall be made
within ten (10) days after such filing.
Such determination shall be immedi-
ately certified by the Secretary of the
i lo the Cit) Assessor, whose
duty it .-hall be to make such cor-
rei lion upon the as* rami nt roll and
'te, as the Ho.,id mav delei-
inine.
Section 6. APPEAL TO COURTS:
Appeal from the determination of the
Board f Assessment Review nun be
tak.-n to a Court of competent Juris-
diction ndt later than thirty (SO) days
after certification to the City AsMSSOl
Section 7. DIVISION OF COLLEC-
TION: There shall be established in
the Department of PInance a divi-
sion of collection, th. head of which
shall be the Cits Tax Collector
Section 8. COLLECTORS BOND:
The Collector shall, before the deliv-
ery to him of th.- Assessment lt.,li
give surety bond for the faithful per-
formance of ins duties, Including com-
pliance with ail controlling provisions
of law bearing upon th.- functions of
his office, in a form approved by the
state Tax ommlssloner, and In such
i. not less than tha amount estSD-
the Commissioner, a- shall
b) th. Council.
TAXES PAYABLE
hall be payable
9-JewUtricridiar
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Tax.
l-I.ed b)
!.e li\,.,|
Section
WHEN DUE
e l"~ dtlpll.ale IS delivered I,, h
City Tax i oil,,,,., n
begin work ol
-hall at
,'t" wi'.".k "' '""1,;"""-' completing
and mailing otKrvlae deifveriSi
tax bills f,,r the fis. ,,i >...,, u, ,h*
*:;" "f "r....." -ed'soVar'as
such owners are known and shall
complete ,.,, ,,. ,, E&^H
first day of November Th. v' ,d,tv
Of any,tax or the time at Which the
'''" by the i,ir,. f ,he Collector
to mall or otherwise deliver t./i
amount to be raised
Director of PInance,
Ity, shall have cause
on the assessment ,-
the amount of ,.
menl al the
raise tlie requir.-d
Section "
the
taxation, the
01 olh.l aiilhoi
'' '" I.....(tended
"il aim dnpii, .,,,.
mputed upon each
ate necessary to
unt
',"* required amount
Section 12 DESCRIPTION OF TAX
BILL: Kach tax bill s|,a|| contata.
statement of ,,,.- valuation of h',
""i.eviy agiinai which the tax Is livt
Section 1. DEFINITIONS: As used
, this Chart, i. unless the oni.vr
learh requirea s"'......"" l,"''ll""tll
,.,,' ,-...i ,.( Hervlo mi an- .i
nabli and expenses,
, x, ...id othci pro.....hargi -. and a
a six pei centum...... or IBs
actual n\.'i.in.' snnual cosl ol nece
san let .1 capital to tin- utility, upon
the n<-i capital mvi -'" In c-
,,r utilities operating within th.- rran-
oi tin- Charter, or. In the
. ,., ..i ..the, utilities, upon the njl
. ,,,, estmenl oi other fan rale
i... -. ,. determined b) negotiations,
......tratlon .-, litlgatloni
ib) "Nel Capital Investment" ni.-an-
tha actual and reasonable ."~t of all
properties ind capital outla) used
,ni, useful i"i sei ^ i. llhln the i Ity,
i, -. .,. i, d il.'l'io l.il-'.I '- dcl.l -
min,-,i in regular .,- i ounttng i"
lire, pin- working capital necessarily
supplied b) the invi -t i applicable
t,, th. operation within ihe city.
, i 'Reproduction Cool Appraisal"
the up:."in. tion coat, leas de-
,,,i ,,, all n-'i and useful prop-
as determined b) a physical ap-
plui working capital neceaaai -
ipplled bs the Investors In deter-
mlnlng reproduction ...si. appropriate
unit prices shall be established foi
eai h .las- oi property In iccoi dan. a
with pi..per Inventor) of the proper-
Keason ible allowani es -hall be
made for normal general construction
overhead costs, not included in the
unit prices The depreciation deduc-
tion sha.l in. ind.- both physical and
functional factors, and shall take due
, of the dlffei em es between the
existing property units an* available
modern units, including the differ-
maintenance between existing
and available ne* units. N'<> additional
allowances shall be made f..r franchise
value, going concern value, or other
Intangible item- not representing the
! inn.....upc.l capital cxpcndl-
tun
Section 2. GRANTING OF FRAN.
Chises: The City shall havi power
to grant a franchise lo any private
corporation for the use of streets and
oth.-i public ways In the furnishing of
an) public uiilltv setvict lo the Clt)
and to iis inhabitant- All franchises
and an) renewals, extensions and
i nents t hei sto, shall be granted
onlv b) ordinance A proposa d f: an-
hall I-- submitted lo
'he Mayor, and he shall render to the
Council a written report containing
mends i ion- i hen on
Section 3. CONDITIONS AND
TRANSFER OF FRANCHISES:
... Ever) franchise or renewal, ex-
': He. rid.....t of a franchise
hereafter grant, d shall:
Ml impose upon the utility ih.- duty
t.. furnish proper service > a mini-
i ,,-t under proper or-
on ami eit., n i.....anagement,
The Cm shall have the right to le-
qulre exti nsions, additions. |m-
provementa ami replacements ol prop-
..iv ..- Kill lesuit in econom) or im-
provemenl In service, ami n may is-
sue such o,,i,.,s Kith respect to safety
ami other matters as ma) be n.-.-es-
sa, V or .1. SI,able for the community.
it) I'lx the rates to be charged by
the utility for the diffeient nlasaoa "f
a and reserve to the Cltv the
powei to revise such rates al the end
of each calendar or fiscal year Bach
rates shall be sufficient to cover the
. os, of service ..s defined In Section l
Ol tin- Article.
(I) Reserve to the City the right.
at an) nine after five .:,) years, I,,
revoke the franchise and purchase ail
the pi opcl ties of the lltlllti at a pur-
prica equal to the ,., capita]
. i as to any prooerty in-
. In.led in the pur. ha.-e f, which the
" t capital Investment is not aseei
tainable rrom the accounts, ut the
estimated aclual fost less accrued de-
pie. latlon.
(b) No franchise shall be transfer-
red hereaftei i.> any utility .,, another
without the approval of the City, and
...- .. condition to such approval all the
terms ad conditions of this Section
franchise uan-t, .-, ,.,i
S",'0B'uA4Rr1RA,TE BASE: VALUA-
BOARD: If net capital invest-
,,., V . '''b the < it, ,i the Council and
public utility rendering service
lh (ity but not
.has.
ni\ estmenl.
TION
nt
by
within
through i.te reductions applicable to
ling >.ai
Section 6. RECORDS AND PRO-
CEEDINGS:
i.ii Ih. Council shall establish or
I. \^. nc) of th.- city tlov-
.! mo. hi Which snail assemble the
(acts Which ale esaenllal lo proper de-
ter null.. I l-m ol ost o, rid the
living oi reanoi rates. Such agen-
, -hall has e ami keep up to ,i
Inventor) ..f Ihe property used in pub-
11< aers'lce, the cost of such properties
as actualu and reasonably Incurred
oi aa fixed b) appraisal, additions and
r ,tii, in.nt- made each year, the de-
precia....... and all mattera that enter
int.. the periodical readjustment of the
iale base It shall have power to make,
and shall conduct, 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 .. ...iiipi ehcnsivc report and
recommendation to the Mayor and the
Council lb.- Mayor shall thereupon
make separate recommendations to
th. Council, which, after receiving
them. 111.i> pro. .ed with Inrornial ne-
gotiations or with formal proceedings
i:\ery public utility operating within
the City shall furnish to sueh Agen-
. y regular reports as to capital out-
lay, property retirements, operating
revenues, operating expenses, taxes
and other accounting matters accord-
,ug to the standard accounting claSMi-
Ih at en Issued for such utilities by the
Stale Public Utilities Commission. In
addition the City may require reports
i regarding aalain-s, wages, employees,
contracts, service performance, and
| all other records of operation that per-
tain lo proper rate adjustments on the
basis of facta and regular administra-
tion
lb) The Agency established or desig-
nated by ihe Council shall also maae
appropriate efforts to obtain proper
annual revision or rales of private
utilities which do not operate un.ier
in.- li unclose t.rins of this Charter,
and Khun are not subject to munic-
ipal regulation b) UeneralLaw. it may
Initial!) obtain proper surveys of
operating expenses, taxes and other
- bargl -. and ol the net capital Invest-
ment in the properties us.-.l in public
s.n a,, within th.- City, ami thereupon
mas endeavor, through negotiations
with tnc utility, to obtain proper rate
adjustments. Tin- determination of u
laic base shall be made as set forth
in Section I of this Article, if It can-
not obtain due agreement it shall file
a complaint and petition to the State
Public L'tlllt) Commission for a for-
mal late inquiry, in such proceedings
it -hall represent the coiisuin,
large and shall prepare and present In
du. legal form all the evidence with
ic.-pe, i to ,-iist of service and other
elements as required In the public In-
tel..-t Il shall Obtain all requisite data
f..r successive rate revision*, ami at
ihe end of each calendar or fiscal year
it .-hail endeavor lo secure any revi-
sion ol rates Indicated by the show-
ing of fa, ,>. .,nd if ii.-. essury shall
I again With I request for for-
mal Inquiry by the Stale Public- 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 private!) owned public utility, and
may Include in such purchase proper-
li.-s lo.ate.l outside as well as with-
in th,- City. The pur. has,, price shall
not exceed the net capital investment.
or the rate bass, established as herein
described, for an) properties Included
in the purchase for which such net
capital Investment had not. been pro-
Xff*_i ">' previous franchise grants.
The i Ity may also condemn any pub-
lic utility properties pursuant to the
general condemnation provision of this
I barter. The cost of proceedings for
acquisition ot 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 price or award paid by the City
...VLc!.on 8- ESTABLISHMENT OF
MUNCIPALLY OWNED AND OPER
ATED UTILITIE8: The City
nave th.- power to
any public utllltv
raiDAY,FramjARviu n
__l_JLCAL NOTICE
terest to rate redu.-ii,
for promotion n Ptrtta*.
advancement of ih ,Xi"""i and
sllir.c^L^gi^/-,^.
belated""' '.....2....."""^'
ARTICLE XI
PUBLIC UTILITIF
Section 1. definitions "
2- Granting f franchise
4. K^base; valuation
6. Rates: Annual cost or
gjrvlCS and sliding s.;,,.-
': Krc'ap',ureand Proc"""
8. Kstabllshment of Muni-
oSJMBr*rfnd ,,,,era,,d
'' ly0m rtilltle" "nd ODer ,0- rtMi u,i,ity O*"-
11. Financial provisions
ency or th
logs shall
the City
Section
^nd_.hel,,,li'l',,;l l"'"1""-- "Pn
utility shall",,;;; ',;;." ';oUBit7"
heneiit of other n,u"f?W i!,',
"'" Jhall not be ..'," '"'I "m i
' reetly ., He,,,,.
ng agency for the rn ""'-Pro.-
Pay to the City ,. '"'< il
other taxes as ,.,. '""l-.-n,
uis,,, private bus .-L""r'"ally Jfci.
Section ii. FiNAKir, "'"""C i
SIONS: The Cl.v'm*vN?'AL "ROvl
qulaition of private^ Un*'l>- ih",|
the coat of all coi.-m, ?,''' '"H
;"> Instaiation '",; !* 'ai \,K
by borrowing, m accJltoSS "ur
provision or Anl& VlTl,.*''
ter. Appropriate provl.i.L""" '>
made, however, for ,.??. '^
>r the
and retirement of all KaST'S
to the provisions of thi,TA." "Ul
amortization and reti ,^h',rl"
err^ted through ',:.']^.".,
tlon funds or other fii,n,.i,, r'prw
provided through the earrf.Ln"0^
utility
- "ilngs ,
UCCE88.A0RNT,,CNL;3oXV,ERNM
Assessmem ,! u
'ction m rirsi p. ,
Rights of Offli
ptoyoea
Continuance of I'rfMlu
S- II",I 1.
2
1 ass
I reserved
Officei -
Status ,.f OfflceraiiHll
Ptoyees hoidi,,. ,..
Idln*
when Charier
fakei i
Kecordi
2fl&!i^^:sL^i;^cosT
The Council
,.r opei-
nances and shall p ,,.,'""*'r "r,h-
he prosecuted an 'use to
ngs before the Sn, ':','" l"o.e,.rl.
S?""slon fiTic^ auiKC UtlUu
niiivni...... _x ^ "' ""' Hllfh rate.. #__
>nsumers nt large and "/'h ralM tr>r
The .eq|remen,R'<,a,nhl,"r 'h- City.
or r-V ',y l""vl* .Yl'd 'n'n m,y
pr rates wherein for nu .. Ilnf "0l
loess return abov-J ,! y year th<* >-
J*"" h* -Ivlded fn is flSSf "' ""vl"
between the utl Ity ,iSa ""'Portion
"y **a oonsumer,
shall
own and operate
. to i-onstruct and In-
stall all facilities that are reasonably
L'f.,.w an!'..i '''"" "r l'"r'h"se any
a- r!,i f U",'oy ""M'erllea used and
useful In public service. The City may
also furnish service In adjacent and
nearby communities which mav be
conveniently and economically served
wlVh .Vi,ly- ""''Jf' agreements
Mh ,.? """"""'"'es and subject to
v' r. via""? "f 'a!""- '"W- Council
.hli.k ." ;V "r,ll""'e for the es-
tablishment of such utility, and shall
alw be submit!......, and approved ai
a Popular'referendum; provWed, how-
'"l an Ordinance providing for
rovem ,,"'"," "'"xement. or Im-
,. e,,.Vi "' "" ,"tl""K utility may
ni LT .?i ">*.* m*,itr of general mu-
nnipal admlnlslralion
PRr5Tei9U C0MPETiT,0N WITH
ATEn iTt^. .-W..NEO AND OPER"
owmd -VT L,TIE8: a niuni.-l|lly
ened and operate utility would cover
s already supplied by
'lly,
fill before undertaking any dupllca-
r .J ''"''V'"-" or service. If the
w vi ,.',,,"' "" rxtetta privately
.. i... ,"'"'"-1 utility cannot hi
price on ,'L' R "'""nable purchsse
' l.i f,r ^ w1"1..1" d''">~l and pro-
tlie l-liv m S"-""n 1 "f this Article.
'.end iV ,'V '""'"-' l'h an Inde-
'."..,... """"-'Itive munlclpallv
Shall h!5 "'"'l...... ",lll,v- The City
'p I ive urw'S.r- '"k" ".V'r >"" "'">-
'.ii hi ,, '"""'"'"' "hen a res-
def .,1 JhU'.Vhi'""' "rlc* M heretofore
l ,i.;h"" T r,:0?,"Me. to the prl-
".,;:;.,,l,','l,lhaf. If the City
nrivai i'"'" "*" supplied by
PMvatei) owned and operated utiliis
effort i ,"*", '"i,k" 'v,ry reaaonabi
friL- ,.'. Elfr*"""* '" l-"e the exist
Mayor ,,^ "ha" <"*>"* 'or the
""h utility lo,">'reh'nslve report of
<+3fiSS2l ""Wrtnienl r ofri-
"v rinancl.lit V:'T,.,n m,k t"-
dlfferpn, ,^,i "> fydlnance. adopt a
Transfer of
Property
Continuity f offiesi I
partments ., ";'
and Public lmprove3
Pending Actlotuj and I
c. clings '
8ection 1. ASSESSMENT ANISi
YS?ARE^T10,', 3, !N FIRST Fll
YEAR: The first fiscal year aia
llshed by Section 1, Article IH ufi
Charter, shall begin ,- lh(. r* ,
of .November and shall end n the
day of October of ..... i, .-..lend., ri
Section 2. RIGHTS OF OFFICE
AND EMPLOYEES PRESERVi
-Nothing In this Chan.. conlaiatU
cept as speclficalls pr..vi.|ed '
affect or Impair the rfghl
ih-g.-s ,f officers o i: .
t lly or of any Office, I'.p.iitmtntJ
Agl my existing al Ihe time wh-nl'
I nai tor shall take ,
vision or law In ion al
Charter shall take rf. t, a ,
...,,sinein ,||, ih, p i IM,,ns {(
i Ti.n ter in relation I
IKilntiiients, rank-, grades, tt-nunl
office, proinotlon. removal,
and retirement right-, civil ruin
any other rights oi ;
cers or Kmpl..\.-.-- ol [hi
Office, Kepartinctu ..r Agency
of.
Section S. CONTINUANCE
PRESENT OFFICERS: All pen
holding administrative office all
time this Charter ink.-, effect,
continue In Office and In the
formance of their duties until pt.
slon shall have been made in acci
ance herewith for the performance!
such duties, or the dis. .ntinuancaa
such otrice. The powers conferred!
the duties Imposed upon any Offal
Department. Or Agen. \ of theCKjrl
Ihe Laws of this State shall. If n
office. Department or Agency u( I
City be abolished by this Charier,
under Its authority, la- thereafter I
erclsed and discharged by the
Department or Agency .n-signstel I
the Council unleaa otherwise
herein.
Section 4. STATUS OF OFFICE*
AND EMPLOYEES HOLDING
TIONS WHEN CHARTER TAK
EFFECT: Any person holdiaf..
office or poalllon In the Claai
Service of the City hen this Cl
takes efrert who shall have served I
such posliion for a! leas! a
of Ihree monlhs, shall be reti
without preliminary or working
and shall thereafter be subject lij
respects to the provisions of
Charter. Other person- In the
service at the time this charter I
effect shall be regarding aa no
their positions under the piovifl
appointments. .
Section 6. TRANSFER OF l
ORDS AND PROPERTY: All reca
property and equipment w ha taws
of any Office. Department or Alesrj
or part thereof, all the poweri
duties which are assigned lo anyM
Office, Department oi Agency W
Charter, shall be transferred ana i
livered to the Office, Department]
Agency to which such pavers an f
ties are so assigned. II iiarlol J
powers and dulies of any Off**
partment or Agency or part t
are. by this Charier, assigned to!
other Office, lieparlm.-nt ar a
all records, properly and equiirns'j
relating exclusively thereto sssu
transterred and delivered to the om
Department or Agency to 'nl ?J
and ^<0-T,W#V|
Off.
powers
Section a. CONTInu,,.
FFICES. DEPARTMENTS 0 I
NCIES: Any office. *l'Y,lr\'Lrl
Agency provided for in 'hl' VIM
with a name, or with l"''r S?Ssi
ties the same or substantial')
same as those of an office. '*
menl or Agency "'"',ore,.nu,ien|
shall he deemed to Is S '''" '""Vifl
of such Office. Department or AS.
and shall exercise Its !>"*<" *^*s
ties In continuation of their s
by the Office, Depart riant or
by whkrh the same were n-
exerclsed snd shall have Pg3
. ..ntinue any business, prweediny
other mailer within ihe
regular powers and dunes ">"
by any office, Department <***m
bj whl-h such |.o.;is ""',fruu5osl
heretofore exercised. *%jffi33
sny Daw. Rule. Itegu'j'" "',!-a
other dorumfi" ',,,.1
Min.rh exIstlniOfW
Grant or any
Ing to such a fOr
Department or Ageni
aa la not inconsistent
slons of this Charter
Office. Department
vlded for b
Section
CONTRACTS
PROV
I
prior .
ter, shall continue
. shall, soI-,
with the t>2,|
apply J J."
r Agencf W \
y'thls ''harler gf
> CONTINUANCt
/i aTnd PUVf,5i
MOVEMENTS: All <-ontrs < J^rft.
nto by the City, or ''''',!, fair:
,rlor to the t.klng effec '' M
er. shall continue in fu ,
effect. Public lmpmvein.ni u.
legislative steps have bsea" ^j
der taw or Otarter provlstonsj ^
at the time this I ""'r,o aa oft I
may be carried to ^'"'^.nc. *|
ly as practicable In accor j0,
the provisions oj such e" ^1
and charter provisions, ss mu,|js*l|
pie. ss It relates to th%0jetsl'l
weterworks system, ,er *l
"An Act re-enacting <-"">,..
SpMclal Act. of "-;r'f*fl"ACTIfl-
Section S. MNO'^S. sclWlS
I surplus, th.: u ,, shsM .p. AND PROCilD.NOS: No-
nnual profit. bov. bond lS- proosedlng, civil or criminal.


tf, FEBRUARY 12, 19S4
+Jmlst> fhrkUan
PAGE 15 B
. BGAL NOTICI
. when this Charter shall
11*-".? brlugh! by or against the
ll'"n'l,T (rfflre, Department or
V* or o'Vi .' thereof hll be
Si.7l'Mtl by the adoption of
"^ ,T..r or by anything herein
,n,n continue not with-
I....
office. Department
jKUrine >"^!uK!TS?
NK* "'.f any ""*''. Department
I*"''* otfir.-r party thereto
RToVun'lei this Charter, be as-
?'!" r irm-frrred to another
imhiii'""' "r Agency, but In
iJ th one may be prosecut-
7K),:n, or Agency to
;'.11.11 fi" '"" powers "',l n":
f' ",... .slgne..... tran.-fciic.l
"dei th- ('hart*
ARTICLE XIII
DEPARTMENT OF LAW
, (MTV ATTORNBTl AP-
"' r,,i\i \ii:nt
, ,-ITV VTTORNEY:
' yi' unifications
j ,-iTY \ ITORNEY; POW-
"' |k- VXD I'I T1E8
4 M| NflPAL JUDGE; Al'-
I'olXTMENT
-, mi \i. II'AL .li'DCK;
OI'ALIFICATIONS
c Ml SI'IPAL JUDGE:
POW Kits AX" DUTUM
leet-en 1. CITY ATTORNEY; AP-
NTMENT: There .-hall lie a Dc-
Um, Hi. head (.f Which
Ulol ne\. who shall
. the I In Council.
rKtio" 2 CITY ATTORNEY;
AttflCATIONS: The City Attor-
,i position .-hall
ill.! a Mil 111-
ofllifH' Ja Har In good stnnd-
HM 3. CITY ATTORNEY:
iWERS AND DUTIES: The City
|..nvv shall be the legal adviser
all office-. Department* and Ag-
Ua Mid '' the Officers and Em-
it. ..( The I'liy nf North Miami
Itlng In their official pow-
I and dull.- He shall represent the
* In all legal i..........lings. It shall
[hi!- duty to I--iform all services
Kdent I" h.s position as may be
lulred hy the Stal -. by this Char-
|, or by Ordlnani e.
ction 4. MUNCIPAL JUDGE:
IPOINTMENT: Theic shall be a
Inh-iuul Juilge. whose appointment
til be i! i Mayor.
Action 5. MUNICIPAL JUDGE;
ALIFICATIONS: The Municipal
Tge -hall he a iluly. licensed and
_ tirifiK attorney-at-law. and a
Iniher of the Florida Har Ig good
lading.
lection 6. MUNICIPAL JUDGE:
iWERS AND DUTIES: It shall be
duty of the Municipal Judge to
li i.:ml- ..f court, no! less than once
LEGAL NOTICI
every week, at such time and In such
P.Uce l7 my ** designated by the
Council for the trial of all persons
charged with violation of any of the
Ordinances of the City, which trial
shall be without jury. and. upon I, n -
vl. II,hi of Bui-h person or persons, to
Impose upon him or them such penalty
as may be provided by auch Ordi-
nance. He shall have the Power to
summon witnesses, lasue warrants of
arrest upon affidavit duly filed, to ad-
minister oaths and to do all other acts
SS!Mfi? f'"i,ln.* P*rformance ,of his
duty He shall also have the power t.i
punish for contempt of court to the
extent of a fine not exceeding five
hundred (SCO*) dollars or imprison-
ment not exceeding sixty (60) days
or both such fine and imprisonment
The costs of ptosei ution in said court
shall lie the sain.- is are allowed t>\
law In Circuit Court, such costs be-
ing taxed against the person convicted
and collected by the City Clerk, to be
paid oyej by him to a City Depositary
and placed t., th. credit of the Cltl of
.North Miami Beach.
ARTICLE XIV
GENERAL PROVISIONS
Section i. couti.ii ts extending be-
yond ODe > e.i I
2. Publicity of lie...ids
3. Personal Intel, --i
4. Official llonils
t. oath of Office
6. Effect of this Charter on
Existing Ijiw
7. Amending the Charter
8. Suits and Claims agulnst
the cits
9. MeperablUty clause
Section 1. CONTRACTS EXTEND.
TENDING BEYOND ONE YEAR: No
contract Involving the payment of
money out of the appropriations of
more than one year shall be made
for a period of more than five (:,)
years: nor shall any such contract be
valid unless made or approved by ordi-
nance.
Section 2. PUBLICITY OF RECORDS:
All records and accounts of every
Office, Department or Agency of the
City shall be open to inspection by any
cltlsen, any representative of a cltl-
sens' organisation, or any represen-
tative of the press, at all reasonable
times and under reasonable regula-
tions established by the Council, ex-
cept records and documents the dis-
closure of which would tend to defeat
the lawful purpose which they are
Intended to accomplish.
Section 3. PERSONAL INTEREST:
No member of the Council or any
Officer or Employee of the City shall
have any financial Interest, direct or
Indirect, or by reason of ownership
of stock In any corporation, In any
contract, or In the sale to the City or
to a Contractor supplying the City, of
any land or rights or Interests In any
land, material, supplies or services.
Any willful violation of this section
LEGAL NOTICI
LEGAL NOTICI
aml"UnJvn'.\,,te m~nce In office,
and any Officer or Employee of the
SSUtTfif SHI? lhr~ "h*H thereby"
ih i r V. "S" or I'oi'tlon. Any vio-
lation of this Section with the know!-
edge, express or Implied, of the per-
JhS t,M.vCOrt0.?,'on '"tractlg* with
l..?rti yi 'IS" "" 25!ft.b! ,h.tM.",y"r or the Council
Section 4. OFFICIAL BONOS: The
Director of Finance, the Tax Collec-
tot. and such other Officers or Em-
ployees as the Council may hi gen-
eral Ordinal,,.., require so to do,
shall give |K>nd In such amount and
with such surety as may be approved
y the Council, The premiums on such
bonds shall be paid bv the i 'itv
Section 5. OATH OF OFFICE;
Bvery officer of the City shall, be-
fore ente, inK upon the duties of his
office, take and subscribe to th. fol-
lowing oath or affirmation, to l. filed
Clerk- Pt U'e uttWu of ",l CltS
i solemnly gwear (or affirm) that
l will support the Constitution and
win obey the Laws of the United
States, and of the State ,,f Flor-
ida; that I will, in all respects, ob-
serve the provisions ..f the Chai ter
and Ordinances the City of
North Miami Beach, and will
faithfully discharge the dutlei of
the Offl .
Section 6. EFFECT OF THIS
CHARTER ON EXISTING LAW:
la) All laws and part- of laws relat-
ing to. i affecting the Cltj W North
d. inn Beach in force when this Char-
ts* shall take effect, are her.-bv re-
pealed and superseded to the extent
that the same are I......nsiatent with
th.- provisions of this Charter;
lb) Insofar as the provisions of this
Charter are the same in terras or In
substance ami effect as the iu-ovl-
aions of the law in force wiieJT this
Charter shall take effect, relating to
or affecting the City of North Miami
Beach, the provisions of this Charter
are Intended to be not a new enact-
ment, but a iontlnu.itii.il of such pro-
visions of law, and this Charter shall
be so construed and applied.
Section 7. AMENDING THE CHAR.
TER: Amendments to this Charter
may be rramed and submitted to the
electors of the City by a Charter Com-
mission In the manner provided by
law for framing and submitting a new
Charter. Amendments may also be
proposed ami submitted by Ordinance
passed by a vote of the majority of
the members of the Cltv Council, or
by a petition signed by not less than
ten per centum (10%) of the quali-
fied electors of the City, setting forth
any proposed amendments anil filed
with the City Clerk In accordance with
the provisions of Section J of Article
IX of this Charter, whereupon the
Council shall forthwith provide by
ordinance for submitting such pro-
posed amendment to vote of the ele-
tors. Any Ordinance for submitting
a Charter Amendment to the electors
shall provide that such Amendment
be submitted at the next regular mu-
nicipal election, If one shall occur
not less than sixty (0), nor more
than one hundred twenty (120) days
after the passage of the Ordinance,
otherwise, it shall provide for the sub-
mission of the Amendment at a spe-
cial election to be called and held with-
in the time aforesaid. Not less than
thirty (30| days prior to such election
the illy Clerk shall mail a copy of the
propose* Amendment to each elector
whose name appeals upon the regis-
tration books of the last regular mu-
nicipal or general election. If a pro-
posed aiiieniinienl be approved by a
majority of the electors voting there-
on, It shall beoosne a part of the
en.iii.-r at the time fixed therein.
Section 8. SUITS AND CLAIMS
AGAINST THE CITY: No suit shall
be in.imt.line,i agalnai the City for
damage! arising put of a failure to
keep iii plop, i condition any side-
walk, pavement, viaduct, bridge.
stie.t. or other public place, or lot
any tort, unless it shall \- made t"
appear thai the damage alleged i
attributable to negligence of the City.
and that written notice of sin h dan -
age was, within thirty (JO) daya after
the leieiving of the illjlltv IIIII d,
given to the City A.....ncy with such
reasonable specification as to the time
ami place ami witnesses as would en-
able the Clt) official.- tO Invi
the matter, and no verdict shall In
any suit be given for an amount ex-
ceeding compensated damages to the
plaintiff direct!) applicable to such
negligence on the part of the City,
and contributory negligence on the
part of the plaintiff shall defeat all
recovery against the City, it shall be
the duty of the City Attorney, upon
receiving any such notice, to at once
investigate th. matter and lay the
fads, supported by the evidence, be-
fore the Cltj Council In a written re-
port, and the City Council shall have
the right, and. ujs,n the written re-
quest of the person injured, it shall
be the duty of the City Council to
Investigate the matter and It may, by
resolution, make such reasonable set-
tlement of damage as may be agreed
upon between the City Council and the
person so damaged.
No suit shall be maintained against
the City upon any debt or obligation
or damages arising In any manner
whatsiwver unless such suit shall be
begun within one (I) year after de-
fault of such debt or obligation, or
the occurrence of the acts out of
which It Is claimed such damages
arose, nor unless within thirty (30)
days after such claim shall arise, there
shall be filed with the Clerk of the
City a notice under oath, setting forth
every element of such claim, and at-
taching copies of any documents
which may form the basis of any
claim, but in no event shall suit be
LEGAL NOTICE
begun against the City prior ts ninety
(90) days after the filing of such
claims and notice of claims with the
City 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 holding
shall not affect the remainder of this
charter nor the context In which such
section or part of section so held In-
valid may appear, except to the extent
that an entire section or part of sec-
tion may be Inseparably connected
in meaning and effect with the sec-
tion or part of section to which such
holding shall directly apply.
'Phis draft, representing the revised
oharter of the city of North Miami
Beach, Florida. Is hereby adopted by
unanimous vote of the duly const ituted
Cltj ot North Miami Beach Charter
Revision Hoard on this the hili day
ot i lecember, 1953.
i*i V. s Davidson, Chairman
/s/ Wflllam C. llanford. Member
/s/ Edmund a Creelman( Member
/s/ Clyde \'<. Haas, Member
U^l Frances Robinson, Member
Notice Is hereby given that a spe-
c-la! .lection will held in the City of
.North Miami Reach, Florida.'from 7
o'clock AM until 7 o'clock P.M. on
Monday, l-'ebruary la, 1954 for the pur-
poee:
SHALL THE PROPOSED REVISED
CHARTER I >K THE CITY I IP Nl iKTIC
MIAMI BEACH, PREPARED BY
THE CHARTER REVISION HoAltli
I'l-RSCAXT TO THE STATITES OF"
THE STATE "K PL.ORIDA NOW IN
EXISTENCE, TO WIT CHAPTER
I6H OF" TlIK F'MiRIDA STATUTES,
WHICH CHARTER REVISES THF2
PRESENT rilAHTKH OP THE CITY
OF' XORTH MIAMI BEACH AND
PROVIDES FOR TlIK Jl'RISDIC-
TION AND POWERS OF' SAID CITY.
IIF: APPROVED AND AliolTF'.l) OR
idsaii'koved axd not adop-
tf:i>
approved disapproved
Jan. li, 22, 29, Feb. 5. 12, 1954
The registration books of the said
City will remain open for the purpose
of registering any person qualified to
vote at such election at the office of
the City Clerk In the City of North
Miami Beach, Florida. every day
through January It, 1954. Saturdays.
Sundays and Holidays excepted. dur-
ing the business hours of the City
Hall, which are 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Persons properly registered will be
qualified to vote in said election.
Signed
VIRGINIA MOORE.
City Clerk
Jan. 15, 22. 29. Feb. 5, 12, ISM
JUDGE NORMAN R. LYONS, Atty.
i'harter Revision Hoard
City of North Miami Reach
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
I THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
I0RI0A IN AND FOR DADE
lUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 16035
esMa ROU.IXD, Plaintiff,
I Vs.
iTiiri: Roi.i.ixn, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Arthur Itollind
M.uli-en. 11, nrgia
oil sre btreb) notified that a IIMI
complaint fot invoice has beea
I I Hid you ate requir-
! 'Of your Answer or
TMHaj lo the Kill of Complaint on
Itorney, WAL-TF.'R E
xs I'lnldlng, 46 N W
Miami, Florida, and file
riglnsl Answei or Pleading In
of the Clerk of the Circuit

\ < before 'he fourth day"of
l to do s. judg-
fault "ill be taken against
ruled la E Kin
be published once
Tin.' leu','',"' ""secutlve week
h vv vVHI ''>R1DIAN.
M' "ltHF:RED at Miami.
: February. AD

I' I.KATIIKKMAN,
Circuit Court.
e County, F'lorlda
M \\. STiK'KIXi.,
>! Deputy Clerk
1
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY No. 165681
aWBNDOL.TN DAVIES STORCH.
Plaintiff,
vs.
HERALD OLXNN sTTORCH.
Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: (1ERAI.D 01/BNN STORi'll
7*W0 lii-m Road
Indian Hill. Cincinnati, Ohio
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
field against you. and you are here-
by required to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Hill of Complaint on
Plaintiff's attorney, and file the orig-
inal Answer In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
22nd day of February, 19.'>4. Otherwise,
the allegations of said Rill of Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed
against you.
Dated this 2th day of January, 1954.
F: I!. LEA THERM AN,
chi k of In uit Court
By: R. H. RICK. JR..
(seal) Deputy Clerk (seal)
(iKtmtlE J. TAI.IANoKI'. ESQ.
Attorney for I'laintiff
U'o Uncoln Road, Miami Reach. Fla.
1/22-29 2/:. -1 J
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 16569
AUDREY II BHUTTBRLY, Plaintiff
NEVILLE M SHCTTERLY.
I). f>-ndant
NOTICE TO APPEAR
To: Neville If. .x'huiterly.
c o General Delivery,
South Port, North Carolina
Yo.i are hereby notified that a Bill
Of I'omplalnt for Divorce has been
filed agulnst you. anil you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer of
other pleading to the Bill of Complaint
on Plaintiff's attorney, SHF:i.DOX N.
LKI.CIUK. 703 Seybold Building, Mi-
ami 32, Florida, and file the original
Answer or pleading in the Office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
for Dade County. Florida, on or be-
fore the Mh day of March, 1954: oth-
erwise, the allnpTiitlnns of the Bill of
Complaint will be taken as confessed
by you.
DATED this 29th day of January.
1954.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By WM. W STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
2/.-|-l2-l-2
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 51429
Notice is hereby given that Jules
I'cii Im.in. holder of City of Miami Tax
Sale Certificate Numbered 7M. dated
the 4th day of June. A.D. 1951. has
filed said Certificate In my office, and
haa made application for tax deed to
Issue thereon In accordance with law
Said Certificate embraces the follow-
ing described property, situated In
Dade County, Florida, lo-wll:
Ix.l l. Less West HI feet. I.....!k
I, Clayton Heights Plat Hook 21.
I'aae 10. In the City of Miami,
County ,,f |md*, state of Florida,
The assessment of said proiierly un-
der the Certificate issued was In the
name of I'nknown. t'nless said Cer-
tificate shall be redeemed according
to law, tax deed will Issue thereon
on the 10th day of March, A.D. 1954.
Dated this 1st day of February,
A.D. 1954.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
By N C. 8TERRETT. DC.
Circuit Court Seal
t/t-12-U-M *7
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HF:KF:hy GIVEN that
the undet signed, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
AEROTEU at 4471 NW 36th Street.
Miami Springs. F'la., Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
AERDTEL CORPORATION
Sole owners
RICHARD & MIROI-'F. Atty*.
Attorneys for Applicants
RO.'i Lincoln Road
*/5-12-19-26
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
PLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
LORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 165627
SHELDON MOED, Plaintiff
vs.
LORETTA SANDRA MOF:D.
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: LORETTA SANDRA MOICD
C/o The Hillside
7559 ttJSrd Street
Helio-. Long Island, N.T.
You ate hereby notified that a Rill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and .w>u .ire requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney. BEN KSSEN.
9Z3 s.ybold Building. MlAml. Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk iT the
Circuit Court on or liefore the L'l'nd
day of F'ebruary, 1954. If you fall to
do so. Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 18th day of January,
A.D. 1954.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida.
By WM. W. STOCKING.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk.
REN ESSEN. ESQ.
23 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida
1/22-29 2/5-12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. HBggg
PAC1JNE KIDEREIt. Plaintiff,
vs.
DANIEL FIDKRFCR. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: HANIEL F'll'I'.ltEK.
54 Canal Street.
New York, N V
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED,
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you. and you
lire leipiired to serve a copy of your
Answer on the plaintiffs attorney.
EMAXCKI. BPONDER 311 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach. Florida, and file
the original Answer In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or
before the M|h day el February, 1964.
01 the allegations of said Bill of Com-
plaint will lie taken u mfi ed
|X)NB AND ORDERED, a! Miami.
Florida, this 27th day of January. I'.'.t.
I-;, li. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Coin!.
1 lade County, Hoi "I >
Bv V B Mi' LAREN,
Deputy Clerk
1/29 2/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUg
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HECTOR'S BAR. at 721 N.F2. 1st Ave-
nue, Miami. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
RALPH ST. JOHN
KE88LER A GARB
Attorneys for Applicant
17U W. Racier Bt.
1/29 l/-U!-U
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 165779
MARY CAIRO, Plaintiff,
VINCENT CAIRO. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
You, VINCENT CAIRO. 109-32 ln.'.th
St S. Ogpne I'ark, l/mg Island. New
York: are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. nnd you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill Of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney. CLAUDE M.
BARNES, 223 F:. Flagler St. Miami,
Fla., and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the 2nd
day of March, 1954. If you fall to do
so. Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THK JF:\VISH F'I.oRI I '1 AN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this?tttk day of January, A.D.
I!t."i4.
F:. B. I.KATIIKKMAN,
cievk. Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida.
By V. H. MacLAREN,
(Circuit Court Sea 11 Deputy Clerk
CLAl'DE M. BARNES
Attorney for I'laintiff
1/29 2/.1-I2-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL OIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 165692
HELEN 1>. tioL'LD. Plaintiff
vs.
(iI-:<)RGE P. GOULD, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: COI. GEORGE P OOULD
1305 30th Street N. W.
Washington. I). C
YOU ARE HERF7RY XOTIF'IEH
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has la-en filed against you in the
above entitled cause anil you are here-
by required to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Hill of Complaint on
the Plalntirrs attorneys, and file the
original In the office of the Clerk of
Uie Circuit Court on or before the
22nd day of F'ebruary, 1954. otherwise
a Decree Pro t'onfesso will be entered
against you.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THK JEWISH F'LolllDIAN.
listed at Miami. Florida, this 20th
day of January, 19.'i!.
K It LEATHERMAN
Clerk. Circuit Com t
By: WM. W. STOCKINQ
Deputy Clerk
PALI-OTT. SILVER A Ml I.I.OY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
701 Congress Building, Miami. Florida
1/22-29
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BLACK ORCHID ROOM, at 1*01 ftth
Street Causeway, North Bay Village,
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk nf the Circuit Court of
Dade Count*. Florida.
EDWARD P. BltO"KS
JOSEPH STAB1N8KY
1'29 2.'-12-19____________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SUPREME BEAUTY PARLOR, at 27
S K 1st Am- Miami. Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
BDYTHE COHN
1 tf.ej 2'5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage Iii
business under the fictitious name of
WIEDER WINK CO., at 3521 NW.
1th street. Miami, intends to register
paid name With the Clelk Of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
SAMUEL WIEDER
Mi ILLY WIEDER
BERNARD WIEDER
Attorney for Applicants
311 Lincoln Rd.
I Jt-tJ 2/5-12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 165609
PREDRIC H. BTANOE, Plaintiff,
jam: .ianvikr ward staxgk.
I lefendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: JANE JAXVIFHt WARD STAXGE
IM West 57th Street
New York. New York .
YOU arf: HKRKHY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
lias been filed against you. and yon
are hereby required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint on Plaintiff's attorney, and file
the original Answer In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or
before the 22nd day of February, 1954;
otherwise, the allegations of raid Rill
of Complaint will be taken as confess-
ed against you.
Dated this 18th day of January,
1954.
K. It. I.KATIIKKMAN.
clerk of the Circuit Court
By: R. H KICK. JR.
Deputy Clerk (seal)
GEORGE J. TALIANOF'F', ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
!:'i> Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla.
I tt-t 2'6-12
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Rabbi Porush is
Miami Visitor
Rubbi Menaehem Poru>h. of
Jerusalem, noted Israeli author and
editor of religious periodicals, who
has just arrived in the United
States, will visit Miami this week
for a series of lectures on latest de-
velopments in education in Israel.
As director of the independent
Torah schools in the Jewish State.
Rabbi Porush will render a report
on the vast network of orthodox
schools caring for 26.000 pupils in
30 far-flung areas there
During his Miami visit. Rabbi
Porush will meet with spiritual am
communal leaders, besides appear-
ing at public. He is a descendant
of the seventh generation of pion
eers for religious education in Is-
rael.
JgH^FEBRUARY 12
A pep rally of apartment house owners, managers and lessees found this group pledging
100 percent participation in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Seated (left to right) are
Euaene Weiss Daniel M. Broad, chairman, Alfred A. Lesser, chairman Miami Beach Apart-
ment House Association. Mrs. Tillie Schwartz, Irving Schatzman, division eo-chairman. and
Meyer Teiqman. Standing (left to right) are I. Edward Dill, executive director of the Miami
Beach Apartment House Association, Max Sul ken, Al OeherofJ, Slgmund Schermer, Joseph
Rosenkrantz. Joseph Propper. Harry Levine. Samuel Vogel and Charlea Stuiman._______________
Rubin Heads Committee
To Increase Voting lt,
Xhe Miami Janu.r ,hdmJ
Commerce has launched ^
Paijfn to increase the numh
registered voters in Dade CnJ
from 278,200 ;wo.ooo'T
by April 3rd a Regi,terV
Committee has been foS
headed by Ellis S. rST "
attorney.
Rubin said he plans to com 1
political and civic or*nuJ|
this area to ask their help?1
taming this goal Me ,,
Democrats and Republicans hi
forces to get all eligible-
registered in the April pri
"Statistics reveal that since]
the number of registered voter
Dade County has decreased 11
instead of increasing and kei
pace with our growing popuh
which it is estimated wil
1,000,000 or more by i960
aid.
"Alumni" Meeting Slated Kibya Repudiation Not
At Red Cross Chapter Understood in Near East
Rabbi Menachem Porush
7,681 Persons Are Helped
Members of the District No. 9
Welfare Hoard of the State Depart
menl ol Public Welfare approved
assistance to a total ol 7.68 persons
during the niunth of January 1954.
! italing S362.927, according to
Harry Zukernick. chairman of the |
Board, District No. 9 includes Dade
and Monroe Counties. Of thi> nuni
ber, 7.065 recipients live in Dade
County and their assistance grants
total S335.S97 50
First ever staged in Red Cross
history, an "alumni" meeting of all
local mothers and fathers who've
attended the lied Cross Mother and
Bab) Care classes here will be held
at the chapter building from 2 to 4
p.m. on Sunday. February 14th.
According to Mr- H. H. Harden.
lied Cross chairman tor Nursing
Services, the unique feature of the
meeting "isn't so much that the
lather- and mothers will attend but
that they will bring with them the
actual babies they were anticipat-
ing when Ihej took the Red Cross
instruction "
To Review Kinsey Report
The Greater Miami Chapter of
ORT will meet on Wednesday, Feb-
ruary 10th, 8.15 p.m., at the Shel-
borne Hotel. Rev Joseph Bart will
review the Kinsej Report,
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his protest to produce results at
the Security Council. I do not.
Two years of benign official blind
ness and deafness where the Canal
and Israel are concerned is enough
to convince me that nothing ex-
plosive will happen now to alter
the intolerable situation.
At this point, while the spirit
of peace on earth and goodwill
to all men is still pervading the
air. it might be a good idea to
put two and two together and con-
template the result: in all the vast
territory of the Near East, only
one tiny state is visibly eager for
the brotherhood of man and the |
comity of nations Israel.
Strange as it may seem Israel
alone, in a small, clear voice, has j
asked for peace. Asked for it in
many trays. And has been rebuff-
ed
Perhaps, with the New Year of
1954 a set of new resolutions
will be passed at the UN and one
of them may have to do with peace
in the Holy Land.
Perhaps,
Malmut to be Honored
Pioneer Women, Club No. 2, will
honor William Malmut on his 80th
birthday Monday evening, Febru-
ary 15th. 8 p.m., at Kneseth Israel
Congregation. Mrs. Malmut is treas-
urer of Club No. 2. according to
Mis Ida Powell, president.
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