Many Entries Are
Lined tip For Nov.
11 Parade Here
To assist the various civic
groups and other interested
activities, the Veterans Day
parade committee today an
nounced suggested topics
upon which to create a float
for the parade which has as
its theme “Lest We Forget.”
The theme topics are as follows:
Washington Crossing the Delaware;
Spirit of 1776; Liberty Bell; Sign
ing of the Declaration of Inde
pendence; Lincoln's Gettysburg
Address Remember the Maine;
Flanders’ Field; Over There; Sign
ing of the Armistice; Pearl Har
bor; Signing of the Peace Treaties;
70 Units Signed
More than 70 units have already
registered for participation in the
first Veterans Day parade, which
will pay tribute to America's vet
erans of all wars.
From observation of the entries
already registered, there will be
keen competition for the five beau
tiful trophies that are being offered
as follows: best band, best civilian
inarching unit, best military march
ing unit, best civilian float depict
ing the theme, and best military
float depicting the theme. The
trophies are now on display at the
The parade will begin at 730
p.m., on November 11 at the Cor
ner of Caroline and Duval Streets,
proceed along Duval Street, along
Truman Avenue to Bayview Park,
where it will disband.
All units will pause in front of
the Reviewing Stand which will
be located at the corner of Duval
and Southard Streets to allow the
judges time to judge the entry.
The trophies will be presented at
the Veterans Day Dance which will
be held at the American Legion
Home on Stock Island following
The response from civic groups
and the naval activities have been
excellent. However, the parade
committee urges those who have
not informed the committee rela
tive to their entry do so immediate
ly. Entries should be mailed to
Bo* 209, Key West.
Fish Fry Workers
Those who worked hard to make
a huge success of "The World s
Biggest Fish Fry" here Oct. 1,
were officially commended last
night by the city commission.
The affair, attended by more
than five thousand persons, mark
ed the first sailing of the "City
of Key West" from her to Car
City Budding Inspector Ray
Knopp and charterboatmen John
ny West and Jakie Key planned
the fish fry.
KEY LARGO LAW
SOLD FOR $300,000
A warranty daad showing a
$300,000 land salt on Kay Lar
ge today waa on flla in tta of
fist of Karl Adams, county
Parts of 12 sections of lend on
the north end of Kay Largo in
township 59 south end range 40
oast wars told by the Rimers
burg Coal Ce. to the Largo
Plumbing Cos., of Miami. The
deed did not show the number
of ocroa involved.
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CUBAN CELEBRATION —Kay Whl i Cuban ahnoaphara wap aaidaat Saturday whan a tradition
al Cuban ~eomf>arsas~ was bald to mark Kallowaao. Scorns of Kay Waatara af Cuban daacaat
dancad down Dural Straat bafora thousands of spectators. Shown abovo ia Eddia Enriquoa'
which furnished music foe th* aftatr—-Citiaaa Staff Photo. Ooa Putda
A knotty problem which had
frustrated efforts to establish a
health and accident insurance pro
gram for city employes was solv
ed last night when two competing
insurance companies agreed to
split the business.
Asa result of the compromise,
the New York Life Insurance Cos.
was given the contract for health
insurance coverage and the Gulf
Life Cos. will get the life insur
Mayor C. B. Harvey and Com
missioner Paul R. Roberts cast the
only dissenting votes.
Harvey based his opposition on
the fact that Gulf Life actually was
low bidder on the health insurance.
“I’m going to be forced to vote no
on this motion. It seems that the
agreement means that the high
bidder on the health insurance is
going to get the bid. We asked for
bids and the low bidder should get
the contract,” said the Mayor.
Commissioner Roberts explained
his vote simply: “I haven’t chang
ed my mind."
Commissioner Delio Cobo, who
held the key vote, said, “I’m glad
they got together, the city will be
nefit by it."
Commissioners Louis Carbonell
and Jack Delaney voted to OK the
The city commission will meet
with the Monroe County Anti-Mos
quito District commison shortly to
discuss their request for a plot of
land at the city dump to construct
storage facilities for their equip
ment and office space.
William Warner, director of the
district, and Neil Saunders, chair
man of the Mosquito panel, appeal
ed to the commission last night
for the deed to the land.
But the city fathers expressed
the thought that they would grant
a long term lease but would not
agree to giving the land outright.
They held that the city might need
the land in the future.
Saunders said he was sure his
panel would ge along with such
Mayor C. B. Harvey also took
time out last night to laud the op
eration of the anti-mosquito forc
es who have taken over the super
vision of a sanitary fill program
at the city dump. "It has been a
very beneficial arrangment for us,”
said the Mayor.
Death In Hopper
MILWAUKEE UR - Edward
Schaffer, 41, slid through a giant
dock-side hopper with 10 tons of
coal yesterday and escaped with
The coal had become stuck in
the hopper and Schaffer and sev
eral other employes went to the
top to poke it loose. Schaffer lost
his balance and fell in.
Other workmen left the opening
at the bottom of the hopper open
and after about 10 tons of coal j
had poured through, Schaffer fell
He was revived, taken to a hos
pital and later released.
FOR TV ARTENISA
Sheriff John L, Spottswood was
given permission by the city com
n,.ssion last night to construct an
experimental television antenna or
Stock Island near the American
The resolution gives permission
for six months with an option to
negotiate a long term lease.
Spottswood plans on establishing
a closed circuit TV service here.
Key West and Vicinity: Increas
ing cloudiness this afternoon and
tonight clearing Wednesday after
noon and night. Continued mild to
day and tonight with low near 68.
High Wednesday near 75. Colder
Wednesday afternoon and night.
Moderate variable winds becom
ing moderate to fresh northerly
late tonight or Wednesday.
Florida: Fair thru Wednesday.
Cold extreme north portion this af
ternoon. Colder north and central
portions, cooler south portion to
night with lowest ranging from 32
- 38 in extreme north to 55 in ex
treme south portion. Colder Wed
Jacksonville thru the Florida
Straits and East Gulf; Moderate
to fresh southwest to west winds
over extreme north portion this af
ternoon and elsewhere during to
night and Wednesday morning.
Clear to partly cloudy weather.
Western Caribbean: Moderate to
fresh northeasterly winds thru Wed
nesday. Partly cloudy weather and
widely scattered showers.
Weather Summary for the Tropi
cal Atlantic. Caribbean Sea Area
and the East Gulf of Mexico: Wea
ther conditions are normal in the
hurricane belt with no signs of a
Oboorvatloß Taken at Poet Ottict
Building. 7:lt A.M.. EST,
Kay Watt. Fla.. Nov. 2, 1954
Highest yesterday __ 76
Lowest last night 68
Total last 24 hours 000 ins.
Total this month 0.00 ins.
Deficiency this month _ 0.11 ins.
Total this year 35.06 ins.
Deficiency this year 0.71 ins.
Relative Humidity. 7 A.M.
30.14 ins.—lo2o/7 mbs.
Barometer (Sea Laval), 7 A.M.
30.15 ins.—lo2l.o mbs.
Sunrise 6:36 a m.
Sunset 5:45 p.m.
Moonrise 12:51 p.m.
Moon Phase _ First Quarter
Tim# af Haight af
Station— Tide high water
High Tide# Low Tidoa
1:43 a.m. 9:28 a.m.
4:14 p.m. 8:48 p.m.
ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA
Reference Station: Key West
(bridge) —eh 19m 9.9 H.
(east end) _+2h 29m
Sandy Pt. —ah 49m
Na Name Key
(north end) +2h 19m
() —Minus sign: Corrections
to be subtracted.
(+)—Plus sign: Corrections ta
ASSISI, Italy, UR—Time’s slow
ravages threaten to destruy
Giotto’s famous frescos, for cen
turies one of the great attractions
for pilgrims and tourists in he
Basilica of S. Francis of Assisi.
In an effort to save them and
companion masterpieces by other
13th century painters, Italy’s Cen
tral Institute for Restorations has
underaken one of is most impos
ing and meticulous tasks.
It consists in lifting the beautiful
old frescos, parole by particle,
from their decvPnposing plaster
backing and transferring them to
To Attend JC
Forum On NAL,
Will Be Held
W. A. Burton will be pre
sent at the regular meeting
of the Junior Chamber of
Commerce Wednesday night
to give members a run-down
of National’s side of the
present dispute between the
airline and the county over
the collection of fees for air
port improvements before
the airport is improved.
Burton, who is administrative
assistance to G. T. Baker, presi
dent of National Airlines will have
with him the airlines top opera
tional man who will answer ques
tions which may arise.
The airline official was to have
been present at a previous meeting
but was called to Washington for
a conference and had to cancel the
County commissioners have been
invited to send a representative to
the meeting to make it a public
The dispute has risen out of the
county's putting a fifty cent head
tax on all passengers coming in
and out of the airport. National
has refused to pay the passsenger
tax on the ground that the facili
ties aren’t worth it and are not in
line with charges of similar airport
Natonal has set a limit of $359
a month until the airport is im
proved and the county has set a
minimum of $425 a month. Both
sides have taken the respective
stands as a matter of principle.
The . üblic is invited to the meet
FILMING OF “ROSE”
(Continued from Page One)
nani and Burt Lancaster, both cf
whom have a lot of vitality and
Howe explained that the movie
w |h be the second ever filmed in
Vita-Vision, a wide - screen pro
cess licensed by Paramount Pic
tures. Much finer definition is ob
tained by the process which utili
let two "frames" of the film at
first movie to be made with the
process was "White Christmas"
with Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye
now setting box office records in
Meanwhile, producer Hal Wallis
and Director Danny Mann, com
fortably clad in shorts and aided
by a battery of assistants, continu
ed to screen scores of Key Westers
on the Casa Marina lawn (or parts
in the film.
Mickey Renna, president of the
Key West players was given the
task of shepherding the horde of
applicants of aU ages before the
Wm-makers while a still camera
man made photographs
Local People Signed
parts have been given
to three members of the Players
including Dr. John Gunderson, a
N*vy dentist who will play the part
of a doctor in the movie: Com
mander Ray Byrnes who will por
,* y * JJ n ‘ tor t in the high school
and Fred Taylor who will play the
part of a grocery clerk.
And the company’s casting pro
blems were simplified considerab y
when th, ChirtM Toppi™ (, m u,
cb >ldre n and
grandchildren are counted, were
signed for parts in a group scene.
Filming will start Wednesday at
* a. m. in a home adjacent to plav-'
wnght Williams at Duncan and
Looking for ...
If So, Call
For Guaranteed Work
TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED
Members of the Caballero de
Marti Lodge No. 3 and the Sacer
dotisas del Hogar No. 1 and the-r
families were entertained with
variety acts at a joint meeting
held Monday night at their haH on
Past Luminar of the Dodge, Feli
ciano Castro, opened the meeting
and introduced Jimmie Fuentes
who acted as master of ceremonies.
Sketches were presented by Miss
Mirta Maresma, Fuentes and Ra
fael Palazon, as well as by Mr.
The Cuban Trovadores, who sang
several selections, were acclaimed
by the audience and gave several
encores. They are Agapito Gonza
lez, M. Ramirez and Porfino.
Roberto Vargas did an exceUent
job of presenting impersonations.
Refreshments were served and
enjoyed by all.
Those present included Mesdames
Concha Vasquez, Concha Fiallo.
Antonio Esperdy, Amanda Aguilar,
Sara Rios, Carmen Rios, Onelia
Munoz, Josephine Johnson, Dulce
M. Perez, Natalia Gutierrez, Obdu
lia Garcia, Olga Negrin, Zoila No
grin, Barbara Castellanos, Antonia
Perez, Lola Beiro, Olga Carrillo
Tony Pazo, Carlos Rios, Eva Al
varez, Argelk) Alvarez, Jennie Bog
ner, Gerald Abreu, A. del Valle
and Ignacia VaiUareal.
Also attending were Misses On
dina Rodriguez, Joyce Marshall,
Olga Castellanos, Rosano Castel
lanos, Norma Forn. Armida A1
fonso, Estell Beiro, Margaret Pa
zo, and Marie Paso.
Gentlemen present were F. Cas
tro, I. Negrin, Jr., I. Negrin. Sr,
A. Esperdy, G. CasteUanos, Argeio
Alvarez G. Abreu E. Cisneros,
Evelio Villareal, T. Bentancourt,
J. del VaHe, Tony Pazo, Jesus
Rodriguez, Mario Carrillo, Pedro
Gomez, S. V. Rodriguez, F. Mun
os, A. Gutierrez, Sr. and'A. Gut
ierrez Jr., Jose Cabana, E. Cis
neros, Jr., Josito Naranjo, A. Lee
Pazo, F. Munoz, Jr., Roberto Var
gas and Pedro Aguilar.
License Fee For
Tile Makers Set
An ordinance setting the occu
pational license fee for tile manu
facturers at S4O anually was pass
ed on first reading by the city
commission last night.
Commissioner Jack Delaney in
troduced the measure.
Delaney also said that be is m
favor of a complete revision of the
city’s occupational licensing set
up, probably on a "gross business
basis." He pointed out th'at a lot
of small businesses are being dis
criminated against under the pre
Mayor C. B. Harvey commented
that Delaney’s proposal "has me
Churrh Annex Robbed
Burglars broke a window last
night to enter the annex of the
First Methodist Church Simonton
and Eaton Streets, the sheriff's of
fice reported today. Between $8
and $lO was taken from the office.
NEW SPEED LIMIT
The speed limit on Roosevelt
Blvd., between Palm Ave and the
present 40 mile per hour zone, ws
officially set at 35 miles per hour
by passage of an ordinance on sec
ond reading by the city commis
sion last night.
Read Citizen Daily
GLASS and MIRROR
Mirrors and Glass for All
Purposos • Auto Glass
903 DUVAL PH. 24244
County Council Board
Meeting It Canceled
The executive beard meet
ing of the Monrea County Coun
cil Parent - Teachers Associa
tion announced for Wednesday
has boon canceled, according
to the president, Mrs. Harold
Ball Came Will
Aid Chest Drive
Two teams which have not seen
action this season will make their
first start at Bayview Park next
Tuesday night for the benefit of the
The “Jaunty Juniors," a softball
team composed of members of the
Junior Woman's Club will test the
chivalry of the "Luscious Lions"
whose roster is made up of mem
bers of the Key West Lions Cub.
Tickets for the game are being
sold at a nominal cost with a spe
cial price for the smaU fry.
They may be purchased from
any member of the Junior Wom
an’s Club or by caUing 2 2417 or
BOAT RIDE LANDS
(Continued from Page One)
and returned to the A and B Lob
ster House dock.
They parked the Cudioe and re
bar. arriving there at 11:45 p. m.
It seems that the A and B Fish
Cos. own the Cudjoe and they do not
care for people taking joy rides in
Tolson is being held in city jail •
for vagrancy investigation.
Kathleen is in city jail as a mi- •
The two sailors were turned
over to the Shore Patrol but city
police say the sailors are to be
returned as material witnesses.
It is expected that the matter
will be turned over to the United
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Tuesday, November 2, 1954
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in our Key West plant. Tell us what
stamps your office needs we'll get
Prices Start at 75c Per Stamp
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The Community Chest, the efficient
way to GIVE, because your dollars
go farther the "Red Feather" way.
To BANK at the Florida National
Bank, your friendly Community
Bank, where the parking facilities
are adequate and you can meet your
friends in our beautiful, air-condi
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