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WEDMSDAY. AUGUST 25. 195*
BRAVES, 1 TO 0,
IN TEN INNINGS
DETROIT TIGERS SPLIT WITH
*EW YORK YANKEES AS
TRUCKS HURLS -THREE
'*■>** • rw nthN)
NEW YORK, Aug 25.—The
ih Louis Cardinals shutout the
SmHod Braves I to 0 in 10 in
with Stan Musal tripling
N Nr| Harry Walker home
wttfe the winning run. Mort
Cmper scattered II hits for his
MWb triumph of the season
Virgil Trucks pitched three
tot hall as the Detroit Tigers
••upped the New York Yankees
) to 1 in the second game of a
dtotbltomder after Spud Chandler
had pithed a four-hit 2 to 1
tMamph for the Yanks in the"
am lame for his 16th win
t® “Mfht games played. the
dhcinnhi Beds downed the
Uhlarttlphia Phillies, 4 to 2,
the Pirates went to vic
tor* OW the Dodgers. 9 to 6
Yto following are th* rinsults
< toe games played:
Mi Cleveland R H £
?2 6 1
ftwHano * 5 11 3
WHeiji and Partte; Reynolds
At Cleveland R H i
ft*‘*’ r - - - 712 1
JBI Newsome and Peaio.k
MPtor Center. Dean and De
m— , ,
Ef RH E
1 Swift Ross at !
tR H E
1 Wagner, Dietrich.
WP' * and Tresh
At St Louis R H E
-■Ntohington 10 19 11
•t Louis . ... 4 4 2
jHftaeffre r and Early: Sundra..
fteiis, Hollingsworth and Fer-
I At Detroit R H. E.
Slew York 2 11 t
|T Chandler and Dickev; White,
jpmm> and Richards.
t Second Game
| At Detroit R. H F.
Nr* York _ 13 0
Netroit 3 10 0
l Ikutham Murphy and Sears:
%wk and Unser
Ai Brooklyn R H E
VBuhuurr. - - 913 \
■mokivr. 6 16 1
Newell. Gomicki and Lopez.
Bhvu Webber. Head and Owen
| At Philadelphia R H E
Chnßu!. n*4 b 0
ftoitadelphia C 2 i
jg Vandr ipirn- TT~ * ahri Muel-
I W Barren gpd M^or.
%At New York R H. E
qLcago 7 12
ie* York 8 12 3
JPlthurn. Warneke. Erickson,
ftsseau Derringer and Mct’ul
kh|gh. Chase. Feldman. Hubbeli
Aiari- Aik n and Lombardi
At New York R N E
frfrLj. 6 10 1
lew York 1 4 1
Many**-w ' and Livingstoi
BeiUi- Wit tig and Mancuso
At Boston N. H- I
ft Lais .... 190
iBS o u o
M Cooper and W. Coo|m i
toverj and Poland. Masi
MAJOR baseball leagues
fit t-auH' at
PstubuigM at Bwokl) 1 '
Onh games scheduled
FluUdeiphia at Chicago.
VaAtceton al St. Louis.
!<■ York at Detroit, two
at Cleveland. two
OWE FOR EVERY .000
CHICAGO lt i* estimated
that there is one
Ptetur. theatre in the United
Staler lot even SOO militants
—OfflHßl Nbyj Phot.^raph
This design for a Naval Air
station insignia was picked
from several submitted in
a recent competition and is
the work of Cyril L. Mar
shall, CM? c , of the Synthet
ic Devices Depot. The win
ning design takes the form
of a Conch shell with wings
poised over Key West. Th*
chain of keys and bridges
recedes into the back
MAJOR BASEBALL LEAGUES
Club— w L. Pet.
New York .... 71 44 .617
Washington 64 56 533
Detroit _. 60 53 .531
Cleveland 59 54 .522
Chicago 61 56 .521'
Boston _ 56 61 .479
St Louis _ :5! 52 62 456
Philadelphia 40 77 342;
Club— W. L. Pet.
St. Louis . _ 75 39 .658
Cincinnati _ 64 52 .552
Pittsburgh _ ... 63 55 .534'
Brooklyn ..... 60 57 .513
Chicago 55 60 .478
Boston - . ... 51 62 .451
I iuladeiphia 54 65 454
New York 42 74 .362
LOSSES FROM ALL STATES
CHICAGO. Every state tn the
union and every one of ihe U. S.
possessions has hist merchant sea
men through enemy action since
casualties were first announced* ,
Record cotton acreage yiefci is
seen, but drop of 2.1' < in crop. |
i\ mi < mi i it t oi n r nr the
KI.KVKXTH Jl UH I AI. I IHI I I T
111 THE STATE OF FI.OKIUA. ixl
%XII FOR MOXHOK t ill XT\
IX 4 II 4X4 F.K* .
FRANK BERNARD Ti'RNKR.
|II OH- K
khani-ks m.cke ti uskr.
oil HI It OF IH 111.1 l A I lux
TO: FRANCKS MO IKK TVRNKII
RESIDENCE I'N KNOWN. '
You art- ht-t t tty ,-,i|ttiixi in a ('• -
lar !<• tla*- bit! of complaint for
divorce fll-il airainst you in the
above atvhd cause on Ihe first
M-ualal in Qtlsllt, A D ISIS,
otherwise the allegation* of said
Idll will he taken as t-onfesseil
I>one and ordered at Key West.
Monroe I'ountr. Florida, this loth
lay ..f Auyust A D. 1943.
O lrcuit Court
Seal! Ross C Sawyer
Ch-rk of the Circuit Court.
By: (SI I Kathleen Nottaue.
WILLIAM V. ALBERT.
Attorney for I’laiutiff,
nine I 1-19-2% :sept 1,1943
noth ►: To III.IUTOII-
UtlXI I’rukalr < . Bef HA
in tiis: i oi RT ik Tin-: ooi m i
.11 MOMIOK IBIATI.
ri.oHiiit. in riioii%tk.
fn r- Uniat*- of *l
IIMkoO. l**<-h*A m <'urr\. al*..
known % R. rtfcf*han> Curry.
Ik B Cfrrf, urt# It.-.hard It
Furry, * I e-i-a*-I. |
■?.. \|! *ir <lit..r* ami l!t-rton llav -
in* Claims <>r l. maiols ,\*ranist
Y.-u and <•:•• " f ■ ,r ‘ : "** r ' ’’ r
1..1!fi- I and riuird prfiunl
an v . laini* and dm amis whu h,
-..u. or .-ilhrr -*r >• I. ha\.-|
j.tainal lh. of Itl.-hard
111 . < ham I’urn !*•• known as It
|;. . . ham Currv. I! It *’urr> and
tr.< hard B Curr> and.. .as. .l lat- of
| raid Connli to 'h. County Judir.
~f M.tnro.- County. Florida, al hi*
„ff , . in th. . ..iirt h-.iis. of rll
.•..linn ,1 K. ttVrt. Florida, wilh-j
oi oicl.f calendar months from th
„( th.. f.|.| toildi.-almil of this
„„tl. Ka. h . laiiu or d.-mand
-hall he wrlli"*. and shall stal.
! 111. |>l O • "f r. sidom-e and m.st of-
If ... ad.lr.-ss ..f th.- .-lamianl. and
..H ill h. s >rn I- ih.- . lain .in-.
hi - an- hs- ..Hornet and any)
I *ti* h *U*i*n *-r <!>ntSiHl n*t hi ,
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pv. vi!i c ithib
„ , XMU |riN of lh. I.t Will am*
’ T. stamen: ..f Iti -haid Ito. • ham
Currv jOs-. known a* f! 8.-. rham ■
Curs' . I! It V'nrrv and Rirhar.l j
(I Currv. d.-reas.d
610 Duval Street
received daily bT lcfs*d wire
Popular Brands of Cigars
and Cold Soft Drinks
SENDS OUT S O. S.
NEW YORK. An Army flier
• who may be forced down on the
ocean is provided with a radio
transmitter that automatically
| sends out an S O. S.
Subscribe to The Citizen.
JXOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
I Senate Rill An. llUl
, NOTICE is HKRKIiY IIIVEV
; That Anna Shannahan. holder of
| Tax Certifhale No 271. issued the
Tth • day of July A D. 1941. has
jfileil same in mjr office and has
made application for a tax deed tc
h Issued thereon. Said certificate
embraces the rnllowinic described
property in the- County of Monroe,
Stale of Florida, to-wit:
, Lot 7. S*ir. 17. Tr 17. Key West
Investment Cos. Subdivision f!6-
124. As Recorded in Monrne
• 'aunty Records
The assessment of the said prop-
I ertv under the said certificate Is
sued was In the name of Michael
I >e Falla.
I'nlaaa said certificate shal! be re
deemed accordinu to law. the prop
• rty described therein will be sold to
, Ihe hiahest bidder at the court
bouse door on the first Mondav In
the month of October. 194 J. whi. h
"* the tth day <.f ta-ttdier. 1942.
I ‘.tied this 24th dav of Auaust. •
. I SEAL) Ross C SawyeV
Clerk of Circuit Court of Monroe
I County, Florida
NOTICE TO CREDITOR<4
tiaxt Prebate Act. Area. IIS. I3S>
IX THE I*o4 MT OE THE 11*1 XTV
Jl DEE, ROXHOECOI XTX.FI.OR
II*%. IX PROBATE.
In re: Estate of
Ida Fierce Fitrueretlo. also known
as Mrs. Anyel M. Fisueredo.
. To All Creditors and Persons Having
Claims or Demands Against Said
j You and ea- hof you are hereby
notified and required to present anv
1 claims and demands whh h you. or
either of you. may have attainst the
■ estate of Ida Fierce Fittueredo. also
j known as Mrs Aiikcl Al. Figucredo.
U ceased, late of said County, to the
: F‘*unty Judue of Monroe County.
Florida at his office in the court
house of *aid Count) at Key West.
Florida. within eiitht calendar
m, ths from the time of the first
publication this notice. Kach
claim or demand shall be in writing,
end shall state the p* t e of rest-,
•b nee and post office address of the
claimant, and shall be sworn to by
the claimant, his aieui. or his at
torney. and any sin a claim or de
mand not so filed shall be void.
As administratrix of the Estate of
Ida Fierce Fiftuercdo, also known'
as Mrs Angel 11. Kisueredo, de
auitll-ls-23 :sepl 1.1943 1
IX THE 4 1144 1 IT 4 01 RT OF THE
KI.KVEXTH JIIH4 IAI. 4T441 IIT
OF THE STATE OF FI.OHIDi.
IX XXI* FOR MOXHOE 4*4*l XT)
■ X 4 44AN4 EHV.
use Xo. U-S
. CHARLOTTE P FARBER.
ARTHI'R O. FARBER. JR.
4*ll It EH OF FI Hl.ll XTIOX
f THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
To ARTIICR O. FARMER. JR.
I COMPANY **E * 2ND BN-SECOND
IN CARE OF FLEET POST OFFICE 1
VVN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA
I It is hereby ordered that you are i
required to appear on the 6th dav of
September. 1943. before the above!
entitled Court to the Bill <>f Com
plaint filed aaaliHSt you in the
above entitled cause, and The Key-
West t'itixen is hereby designated
as the newspaper in whicu this Or
der shall he published once a week
for four 441 consecutive weeks.
. Witness the Honorable Arthur
Home* as lne of the Judßes of
this Court in the City of Key West.
Monroe County. Florida. and th-
Seal of this Court, this 3rd da v of
(SEAL* Ross C Sawyer
Clerk Circuit Court. Monroe
By 4Sd * Kathleen Xottaae
I aiiKl-ll -l-2r..1943
IX THE ( IHI t IT fOI HT OF THE
KI.K4KXTH JI I*l4*l %I. I 1144 I IT
OF THE 4T4TK Ol* FI-OHIII 4. IX
txn Foil MSMB <O4 XT*. IN
I ■<- Xu. 0-11*41
FIJ*RE\'E AfINES IIINTER
OHl*t:il OF l>( 111.14 STIOX
T* • Kl-*r-ii<*- Hunter Dnii
4?4 Thirtieth Str*'*-!. S.'tnh<*a>.t.
<Vtar Kaput*. lowa.
V<>u ar# her#hv ri-nuir#*! to an
l>*-r to th# Bill of Complaint, for
airor**#. in th<* ahnvr *t*ll fan*, 1
on the 4th lav of 4<-jolor. A 1*
194' *>th#riso- 1 hr aliraatior*-
*h#r#ln will he taken as e*>n
Thi* Order is to hr publish -d
I i<no>' a wi-ek for f-*ur eonseewtlv#
u.rks in Th. Kev West t'itixen.
i u-vuuaiH-r puhtlsh.-d in K. v W**si.
D >ne and * *rd. r.-d this 17*h da>
of AuK'ist. \ TANARUS 1943
* i *4t; \L Rosa C Sawvrr
|'lrtk *'ir. uit t'oiirt. Monroe
l'.v |Sd Kathleen Nottaee.
4d .9 .LAN it CLBARE. JR
:*• li-it.>r for Fla.ntiff
auiclS-2-7 sept t -s.l'<4 .
EYES WORK fot
The true case history of a war j
worker reveals how strain and •
fatigue hindered his work . . . . |
until his eyes were examined j
and Soft-Lite Lenses were •
Come In For Consultation j
Office Hours: 9-12; 2 6 P.M.
619 Duval Office: 332
Street Residence: 351
THE KEY* WEST CITIZEN
OWI SCORES ON
j QUEBEC PARLEY
TROUBLE DOUBLES FOR AG
! ENCY AT ROOSEVELT
By JACK STINNETT
AP Features Writer
WASHINGTON. The Office
of War Information has come in
for a lot of criticism lately and if
Elmer Davis's gray hoir is getting
grayer, there's a good reason for
| Trouble doubled for OWI on
the Quebec con fere: ct '('Ween
Churchill and President K-xwevelL
The quota of newspaper men and
women was limited and OV I had
I lo use everything in the book of
journalistic etiquette and diplo
macy to keep from being thorough
ly blackballed by that pot lion of
the working press that wanted to
•get in the show and couldn't.
j Noni' of it was OWl's fi*ul* ex
cept where it might occasionally
have stubbed its diplomatic toes
in the handling of this or teat de
The simple fact is that Canada
•would have been happy to take
■ over th- whole show. Certain
White House- and OWI pr ss rep
resentatives here stepped m Th*
iiesult was that Canada agreed to
be host to 50 accredited U S.
news men and women; 50 more
fiom Canada: and 25 from other
United Kingdom nations and the
other tenantries in the Unit*>d Na- i
That didn't really bar anybody'
from coming to Quebec for the ses- j
sions. It merely meant that the
U. S. 4'orrespondents who would
liave accommodations and cre
dentials as guests of the Canadian .
government would be limited to
50. The listing of these 50 was*
tossed into OWl's lap. OWI didn't
want it. But like a good soldier, it
did its best to obey the order. <
i• • •
Look at the agencies who were j
interested First, there was the ’
Army which, being responsible'
for many things, wanted the news- j
men and women "accredited for,
foreign service.” If the Army i
blocked any one on that score. I'
haven't heaid of it yet. Then i
there was the White House. Its
only limitation was that members
of the press corps going should be j
accredited ti the White House.
Most of the press already is.
After that came the “saMy” |
jjang the State Department, j
which w anted to be sure that
nothing w ent wrong diplomatical-.
i ly, and the FBI. StN-ret S*rvtc.. j
I Scotland Yard, the Royal Cana
; dian Mounted and Lord only I
knows haw many l*cal peace of
licers here, lh4*r‘ and en route
( who had to be sure that nothing
* went wrong with tn** sh*w in any
0 • *
As for OWI service, take the,
.cast of Sim id A:ne. Associated
Press special staff wiitm . Miss
j Arn* merely called OWI -*nd told
l them sh* had l**en ordTt*d t * rt -
‘p<*n in Quebec, although the
quota was ali**adv full. The ar-
Uw< r wa> this: As as we gtt
,your clearance. Miss Arne (it
came through the next morning i.
' we’ll call Quelxv and make your
j hotel reset vat ions ind w hile we
are at tt. we'll g< l **ne <>f the <i;.-
• men >n th** phote- * and out
whether you need summer tt
’ wtHilen cl>th*> '
If that isn't serv.ee. it'll d<> un
til OWI conu*s along aga n.
ONE FOR EVERY 12
NEW YORK ln the United
States ih* i<: is on<- mo" on p.c*ure
th*atr .Mid f<*r everv 12 inhabi
e ffjM / on a
J }■ J BASIS and you will get
S ! , ; GUARANTEED Refrig
• j , ; lf M j erat'on Service.
! &; w
! REAL ICE
• Is More ECONOMICAL. . .It's
l Healthy and Safe. . .It’s Pure
I THOMPSON ENTERPRISES
t (ICE DIVISION) INC.
• Phone No. 8 Key West, Ha.
Florida housewives might fol
low the example of this movie
star and collect and return all
deposit bottles so there'll he
plenty of cool drinks this summer.
• Wanted—lo.ooo.ooo Bottles!” !
That's the slogan in Florida
today as housewives, war work
ers and thousands of other pa
triotic men and women rallied
to the appeal to round up vital
s', ray deposits containers.
Vastly increasing military and
civilian populations in this area,
have increased demands for bot
tled goods. So idle deposit bot j
ties must be returned. Hundred!
of retail grocers, bottlers and
the leading chain store organi
zations are cooperating in the
Spearheading the drive, house
wives are urged to search their
homes, garages, storerooms and
other places where truant con
tainers may be hiding.
Owners of beach homes and
country houses also are request
ed to uncover returnable bottles
and ;um them back to their
source of purchase.
They will be thoroughly cleans
ed. steriliztxl and put back to
Today brings friendships and
fortune, attained chiefly through
convivial, pleasant spirit. And, ti
opportunity is seized at the height
j of the tlood, the end of life will
tie enviable. The latter hours of
j the day are not so go*id to be bom
I 'n unless the tendency to indol
j. ncc is held in check.
YOU ARE NEEDED
in the MANPOWER
You can help by serving as a
temporary communication car
rier in the vital telegraph indus
try. Wcvk in the civilian at
| HOURS TO SUIT YOU
Ask for Mr. Jones
416 GREENE STREET
MAKE REPORT ON
FIGURES COMPILED BY DI-.
RECTOR OF UNIT OF
tlprrlil t Th# 4'itla#**
I JACKSONVILLE, Aug 25
Monroe County schools received
commodities of a fair retail value
of $5,891.76 in conniption with
the school ;unch distribution of
the State Welfare Board during
the past fiscal year, accoiding to
announcement today by Walter F.
Catling, director of the Commod
ity Division of the Board. There
were 5 certified schools and 717,
certified pupils in the county.
The figures do not constitute j
an augury* of the furture. Catfing
impresai*d although he stated that
he had been assured by the Food!
Distribution Administration that J
available commodities would con
tinue to be sent into the state. I
Within the past three months ap
proximately 1.000.000 pounds of
such commodities bad been re-4
"Although there are no longer |
any surplus foods, in the former'
sense. occasions arise when.
through the glutting of the mar-,
ket certain foodstuffs become de
pressed ;n price t*> the extent that
they are not salable and must be
moved quicklv." Catling stated. •
"Consequently such foodstuffs are
distributed to the schools, state in- *
stitutions. and orphanages in
amounts that fluctuate with the
supply,” he explained.
In revi wmg the oast year’s ac
tivities. Catling said tha* the Com
modity Division distributed ’
! 6.805.702 pounds of comm'dilies
of a fan retail valut if $1,157,317.*
and 8.419.330 pounds **f this, or 1
practically half, of a fair retail
value of 5793.796.82 went to 1.513
schools with an enrollment of 105.-
760 certified children.
The distribution of clothing
which ended with July consisted
of 807.981 pieces of a fair retail
value of $384,617.73.
RECEIVED BY PLANE
NEW Y'ORK. Amer can sub
marines damaged in distant wa
ters often receive repair parts by
( airplane to enable them to return
to service w ithin a few days.
Police chiefs warned by FBI
head to act firmly in race riots.
By all means, let ’em eat cake
.... and candy, too
Nature has her own way of telling us that there is energy
in sweets. Today, com syrup, rich in dextrose, is playing
a more important role than ever liefore in supplying
active America with tl*e sugar that gives, power to the _
body and keeps wits sharp. y i jj^Br
Candy is part of the field ration and sweets are served
generously to our armed forces everywhere. Sweets
served in war plants have greatly stepped up human J !
energy- and production.
Tremendous quantities of com syrup are uaed to make £ J
icings, cookies, cakes, candies and pies
■ - -.1 k-r • j.
/m ijf Immense amounts of corn syrup for the army as
y • y\ well as for civilian consumption are produced by *
% 1 the Home of Budweisei. Our Com Products Dive
II / sion working entirely %part from the brewery—*
1 ' fo gn-.v out of the experience that developed from
'' 9) , \ y years of laboratory nsearch. The o est for U tter
*'X methods and facilities for brewing i e world’s
/ • inol iMtpular beer never ceases.
In : .r tovipplfiaf armed forces with rtvVrpftrti, gun turret
f*trLs lied fomi tuff*. Auheurr Burh produm niatmk vharh fo
h* ntiQufartumrf Rubber* Alunnnuo. • Mtutt • Mrdk umm
iho ,and - . tie\ V>uo.iUd*H'|NUil>iKil)Bby FuxlgsßrcadMMialbtf
I v pruduiu • V .unan forL!xJ csttlt Imi's • lia’.uriM • Pftwr
ASliiSil IVSCi - i* i3S‘S •.eAUi* -Uf L**uue a fe*
FOUND IN SUMATRA
0 ____ 1
CLEVELAND. Captain Jona
than CarneSj of Salem. Maas., ac
cidentally discovered the source
of pepper in Sumatra in 1796.
TWO HOTELS Of MIAMI at POPULAR PRICES J
LOCATED Of HEART Of CITY
WITH BATH AND TELEPHONE
FORD HOTEL PERSHING HOTEL
60 N.E. 3rd Street 238 NX. Ist Arm
80 Rooms • Elevator - 100 Rooms • Elevator
3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION
> , ... - -i ... *
A heroic young girl ... a ... an enemy torpedo Mid
wild ride through a city's o storm that finished the tor
streets in a commandeered pedo's work ... all this corn
truck ... an explosion that bines to make the now serial
threatened the lives of thou- starting in this newspaper
sands of American soldiers one of the year's best stories.
You can't afford to miss it. ■■■■ ■■■
Starting In The Citizen Friday, August 27
DETROIT. The aggregate
weight of materials used in tin*
construction of the Capitol at
Washington 8,909.200 pounds.