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Baseball • Diamond ball
Football • Basketball • Swimming \i
Tennis • Golf • Track H .
ASK WHY CHETA
BAKER NOT ON
ALL STAR TEAM
AGUILAR ARGUES HE HAS
PLAYED MANY POSITIONS;
MANY MULTI - POSITION
PLAYERS HERE
By AGUILAR
Several fans have approached
me and asked why I did not in
clude Cheta Baker on the All-
Star baseball and softball clubs
of Key West for 1945.
Well, it's this way:
Baker has played behind the
plate, has pitched, played first,*
second, third and short and some-i
times in the field. He has played
well in every position, so there
was no particular spot that I could*
; .elect for him, so I will place him
on the Stars of Stars club, along
with the following players:
Mario Hernandez, who has
played third, second and out-1
field;
George Washington Malgrat,;
who has played first, second, out-j
fi"ld. pitched and caught in some*
games;
Jonn Lewis, who has played!
shoit, seconfi and outfield;
'Papito Machin, who has been!
set n at first, short and outfield; (
Charles A1 bury, who has play
ed short, second and outfield in
all and in baseball he has|
pitched and played third and ;
short several times;
Higgs* who has caught, played
third and once tried to glitch;
Sierrf; who has played behind
the plate and outfield; *>, .
G. Valdez, who has caught and
played infield:
Lucilo, just back from the serv*
ice, has caught, pitched and per
formed on the infield in the few
games he has played.
"Shorty” Williams, who has
caught, played second and out
field;
“Buster” Roberts, another vet
eran. has pitched, caught and
played outfield; ;jt J*
“Sue” Griffin, who has pitch
ed, played second and has played
the outfield;
J. Walker, who has pitched and
played the gardens:
And many others, and last but
not least. “Pie” Traynor, who has
played behind the plate, first,
second and outfield.
These are some of the many
all-around players we have, but
Philip (Kilbane or Cheta) Baker
takes the crown.
Outstanding Players
Cheta has been the most valu
able player in baseball or softball.
The most courageous was A.
“Crip" Last res, who, although
handicapped with a bad leg,
played hard and was in tfce game
every minute. He hit that apple
right on the nose, polling two
home runs in the last six games.
Ht has also produced doubles and
triples. ■ y: •-* \
The most punctual player was
‘‘Kokomo” Graham, who was otlt
to almost every game, even if he
did not play. He was the player
on the bench the most. He played
when someone else failed to show
up.
1945 "Lasts”
The last run of the year was
scored by Johnny Walker in the
sixth inning when he walked,
\ huh, incidentally, was the final
base on balls issued in 1945. An
infield out and a single by Cheta
Baker scored him.
Cheta batted home the last run
of the year.
J. Aritas' fly ball was taken for
the final 1945 putout. Bethel
made the catch.
The last safe hit of the year was
garnered by Curi Garcia, in the
seventh inning.
“Radio” Carey got the final
two-bagger of the year.
Lynch was the last player to
strikeout in *45.
Bethel got credit for the final
‘‘steal” of the year.
Jim Alburv made the last assist
when he threw out Malgrat in
the seventh.
Chester Harris committed the
final error on a play trying to
trap Baker at second.
A. Mira, the big rightfielder of
Holsum Bread, poled the final
home run of the year in the first
game of a doubleheader the
night of December 28. It came
in the second inning.
The last sacrifice hit of the
year was poled by Lucilo in the
fifth inning of the second game
of the December 27 twin bill.
The last triple was produced by
Roman in the second inning of
CITY B’BALL
PLAY BEGINS
COMING WEEK
PRACTICE GAMES DURING
LAST FIVE WEEKS COME TO
CLOSE; CONTRACTS TO REC
REATION DIVISION
The City Recreation Division
announces that the City Basket
ball Leagues will begin play next
week.
Practice games have been play
ed at the High School Gym for
five weeks and all teams are eag
er to establish their standing in
official league games.
All teams must have players’
contracts filed in the Recreation
Office, 207 Duval Street, to make
their players eligible.
In games played, this week,
Carbonell’s Luncheonette defeat
ed Miami Herald, 52 to 31; the
High School Girls lost to the!
Convent, 36 to 29; the Key West*
Transit Company won a close
game from the Coca-Cola Com
pany, 37 to 34; the. Lions over
whelmed the Convent Cubs, 30 to
10; the Miami Daily News beat
Lindsiey -Lumber Company, 31 to
27, and the Earthquakers snowed
Sweeting’s Auto Service under.
60 to 10.
LASTRES STRUCK
OUT BY BLONDE
WRITER REVIEWS RED RAID
ERS* INCREASED PLAYERS
[■.
COMING OUT OF SERVICE
~ - . s . * •>•
By AGUILAR
Gabriel Lastres, the star pitch- j
er of 'the Red Raiders, who went
to wax and while in service pitch- :
ed , for units,, iricludingi
some All-Star outfits, was struck
out by DaprCupid with a “wide*
and handsome curve” and as a re-,
suit became the groom 6f a beau-'
tiful blonde,
Gabriel will be home to spend
his honeymoon with his parents!
and family and try to carry on
the Lastres clan, which now num
bers, besides himself, Aurelio
“Crip”, Danny, Fito and two
smaller brothers, all of whom *
have the makings of good ball*
players.
The Lastres clan will form ai
nifty team when Gabriel returns.!
“Crip” will be at first, Danny at
short and Gabriel in the box or'
any base for he plays them all
equally well.
Good luck to Mr. and Mrs. Ga
briel Lastres and to hfs proud
parents and brothers and sisters.,
Sisters Marries. Too j
The girl of the Lastres clan,
Ana Luisa Lastres, has also bowed j
tp love and will “cherish until!
do us part” a member ofj
tie arrped forces of the United'
tates of America, Sic Ray Allen.)
He was the lucky guy. Thej
wedding will take place in the;
very near future.
Daddy and Mama Lastres are
certainly proud these days.
ORIGIN OF NAME
CHICAGO. The America!
Intantry Division, the only one
assigned overseas during the
war without an official number,
derives its name from a com
bination of the words America
and New Caledonia.
Gunpowder is a mixture of
saltpeter, sulphur, and charcoal.
a game on Dec. 14 with the Ma
chinists.
The last game of the year was
won by the Machinists and the
losers were the 829 Bombers.
Walker wop and Harris lost the
final '45 game.
Last Year's "Firsts"
The first game of 1945 was
played on February 27. “Sue”
Griffin shutout the Electric Shop
ten with a no-hitter. No player
reached first base. It was a per
fect game.
Jones was the first player put
out in 1945, “Sue” Griffin to P.
Valdez at first.
O. Cruz hit the first double and
scored the first rim.
Lewin was the first player to
walk.
James Mira was the first to
strikeout.
Birchfield lost the first game
played last year.
AM. LEGION
CIV. WORKERS
FORFEIT GAMES
PLAYED EXHIBITION GAMES
LAST NIGHT; HOLSUM DE
FEATED PICKS, 7-3; BOMB
ERS TIED PICKS
Civilian Workers forfeited the
first game of a softball double-1
header at Bayview Park last night
to Holsum Bread and the Ameri
can Legion forfeited the second
game to the 829 Bombers.
An exhibition game was played
between Holsum Bread and a
picked team, won by the Bakers
7 to 3. Rueda hit three safely
and Shepperd and A. Mira got
two each.
In the nightcap, the Bombers
played a picked team and ended
in a tie. Mickleberry poled three
safely and Sweeting, Aritas and
Osterhoudt two each. Jack Rob
erts got two.
Standings in the league:
Club— W. L. Pet.
xMachinists 6 2 .
xxß29 Bombers 6*2. j
xHolsum Bread 5 3 .
Daily News n ~~. 4 4 .
xxCiviJian Workers 4 6
American Legion 1 9 .
x—xx-^g^gapnes, :? , br
CONCHS READY ,
TO MEET BEAEH
LOCALS TO CONTACT AG
GREGATION FROM
MIAMI BEACH
(By FRED MILLER, Jr.)
The High School Varsity out
fit is ready and eager to take
the floor against the Miami
Beach Typhoons tonight. The
last practices have been com
pleted, and the player s are tak
ing it easy until game time,
which is 8:15 p. m.
It has been reported that the
Beach .playqrs are sick with the
flu, but; no .names, were given.
Key West , players have been
lucky ,in escaping this disease
which has stricken almost every
team in South Florida at one
time pr another.
The High School cheer leaders
have worked up spjne new yells
to improve their already fine
performance. It is rumored that
.the Miami Beach pep team will
be down for the game, but, the
rOmor is entirely unconfirmed.
There will be a preliminary
gfeme’ tonight at 7 o’clock. This
game will see radio station
team pitted against another city
league organization.
Miami Beach has won six
straight games so far this year.
They are rated the strongest
team in the district, if not in
the state.
CITY JPORTS
Every Type of Play
DIAMONDBALL
at Bayview Park Field
(Nighttimes;
FRIDAY—
-7:30—8-29’s. vs., Hdlswii jßrpad.
9:oo—Miami . Daily Newavs.
Machinists.
\ BASKETBALL
i at High School Gymnasium
(Night Games) . • I
FRIDAY—
-B:ls—Miami Beach Typhoons
vs. Key West Conchs.
Only High School home
basketball game of the
season.
BASEBALL
at Municipal Stadium
(Afternoon Games)
SUNDAY—
Games to be announced.
RECREATION
Bayview Park—Tennis, basket
ball and handball courts. Dia
mondball. Comfort stations.
South Beach and Rest Beach—
Swimming.
Masonic Patio—Shuffleboard.
Gulf Dock and Rest Beach—
Deepsea fishing, small boats.
RUSSIAN EXHIBITS
TO TOUR COUNTRY
fOr AmwlatMl Ftwn
NEW YORK. Panels and
enlarged texts explaining the
governmental make-up of the
Soviet Union’s 16 republics and
the part they played in the war
on exhibit at Manhattan’s Amer
ican Museum of Natural History
later will go on nation-wide
tour.
The National Council of Amer
ican-Soviet Friendship compiled
the display. It includes more
than 100 integrated panels.
Charts show how the separate
republics are fused into one
nation.
THE EE? WES? CITIZEN
LEGALS
NOTICE
MONROE COUNTY. FLORIDA,
January 4th, 11446.
NOTICE aS HEREBY GIVEN that
pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter
18296, Laws of Florida, Acts of 1937,
known as the MURPHY ACT, the
following described land in Monroe
County, Florida, will be offered for
sale at public outcry for the highest
and best cash bid, subject to the
! right of the Trustees of the Internal
Improvement Fund to reject any
and all bids, at the Courthouse, be
ginning at 10:00 o’clock A. M. on the
j 12th day of February, 1946.
L Outside- of municipalities ease
j ment for road right of way 200 feet
wide will he reserved from any par
j cel through which there is an exist
ing state road. As to all lands title
I to one-half of all petroleum and
i three-fourths of other minerals will
| be reserved.
12178 1933, Lot 1, Sqr. 5, Kineretaft,
i Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1, Page 74.
12179 1933, Lot 2, Sqr. 5, Kinercha,
i Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1, Page 74.
12180 1933, Lot 3, Sqr. 5, Kinercha,
Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1, Page 74.
12181 1933, Lot 4, Sqr. 5. Kinercha,
Big Bine Key, Plat Book 1, Page 74.
12182 1933, Lot 5, Sqr. 5, Kinercha,
Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1, Page 74.
12183 1933, Lot 6, Stir. 3, Kinercha,
Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1, Page 74,
12184 1933, Lot 7, Sqr. 5, Kinercha,
Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1, Page 74.
12185 1933, Lot 8, Sqr. 5, Kinercha,
Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1, I’age 74.
12196 1933, Lot 19, Sqr. 5, Kinercha,
Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1, Page 74.
12197 1933, Lot 20, Sqr. 5, Kinercha,
Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1, Page 74.
12198 1933, Lot 21,- Sqr. 5, Kinercha,
Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1, Page 74.
12199 1933, Lot 22, Sqr. 5, Kinercha,
Big Pine Key, Plat Book i. Page 74.
12200 1933. Lot 23, Sqr. 5, Kinercha,
Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1, Page 74.
12201 1933, Lot 24, Sqr. 5, Kinercha,
Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1, Page 74.
267 1934, Lot 25, Sqr. 5, Kinercha,
i Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1, Page 74.
j 268 1934, Lot 26, Sqr. 5, Kinercha,
I Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1, Page 74.
13831 1933,‘L0t 6, Sqr. 42, Sands
Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat Bdojk 1,
Page 65. Fr-36r. s
13865 1933, TJ6t ?, Sqr. 42, gahtlS
Sub., Big Pihe key, Plat Rook Li
Page 74 Fl-361, *528." i,M
13810 1933, Lot 1, Sqr. 41;
Sub., • Big Pirte IOV. iMHf
Page'6s. FI-361, E 4-525. -• 1
r ' 1381 1 1933, Lot 2. Sqr. 4f,‘ 3#nd'
Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 65. FI-3'61, E 4-525. ■ rt
13812 1933, Lot 3, Sqr. 41. Sands
Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 65. FI-361, E 4-525.
13813 1933, Lot 4, Sqr. 41, Sands
Sul)., Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 65. FI-361, E 4-525.
13814 1933, Lot 5, Sqr. 41, Sands
Sul)., Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 65. FI-361, E 4-525.
13815 1933, Lot 6, Sqr. 41, Sands
Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 65. FI-361. E 4-525.
13816 1933, Lot 7, Sqr. 41, Sa.nds
Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 65. Fl-361, E 4-525.
13817 1933, Lot 8, Sqr. 41, Sands
Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 65. Fl-361, E 4-525.
13818 1933, Lot 9, Sqr. 41, Sands
Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 65. Fl-360, E 4-527.
13819 1933, Lot 10, Sqr. 41, Sands
Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 65. Fl-360, E 4-527.
13820 1933, Lot 11, Sqr. 41, Sands
Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 65. Fl-360, 134-52=7.
13821 !?33. Lot 12, Sqr. 41, Sands
Siil>.: Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
, Page 65. D2-68, 164,529-
- ‘ 13822 1933, Lot 13, Sqr. 41, Sands
Sub.; Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
f’age 65. 02-68, 84-52. s 'AM
1 13823 1933, Lot 14, Sqr. 41. Sands
Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat Bdbk 1,
r Page 65. E 4-529, 02-68.
13824 1933, Lot 15, Sqr. 41, Sand3
Rub.| Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 65. K 4-528, D2-69. * I
13825 1933, Lot 16, Sqr. 41, Sands
Sub.; Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 65. E 4-523, 02-69.
13683 19*3, Lot 3, Sqr. 33, Sands
Sub.* Big Pine Key-,' flat Book 1,
,Pgge 63. E 4-523, 02-69.
0684 1933, Lot, 4, Sqr. 33* Sands
'Sub., Big pine Key, Plat B&ak 1,
Page 65. EM-529. JU2-68. PPJ \ Of”
1,3690 1933, Lot 10. Sqr. *33, Sands
Shb.j Big Pine Key,flat Book 1,
Page 65. E 4-525, FL-361.
13691 1933, Lot 11. Sqr. 33, Sands
Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 65. K 4-525, Fl-361.
12227 1933, Lot 1, Sqr. 10, Ki,nereha,
Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1, Page 74.
A5-576.
12228 1933, Lot 2, Sqr. 10, Kinercha,
Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1. Page 74.
A5-57 6.
12251 1933, Lot 25, Sqr. 10, Kiner
cha, Big Pine Key, Plat Book *l,
Page 74.
12252 1933, Lot 26, Sqr. 10, Kiner
cha, Big Pine .Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 74.
12229 1933, Lot 3, Sqr. 10. Kiner
cha, Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 74. 82-4.
12232 1933, Lot 6, Sqr. 10, Kinercha.
Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1. Page 74.
12233 1933, Lot 7, Sqr. 10, Kinercha,
Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1, Page 74.
12234 1933, Lot 8, Sqr. 10, Kinercha,
Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1, Page 74.
12245 1933, Lot 19, Sqr. 10, Kiner
cha, Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 74.
12246 1933, Lot 20, Sqr. 10, Kiner
cha, Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 74.
12247 19£3, Lot 21, Sqr. 10, Kiner
cha, Big Pine Key, Plat j Book L
Pag“6 74. ‘ f *
12248 1833, Lot 22, SQr.
cha, Big Pine Key, Plat BoflK;
Page 747 . -jgl
12?49 1933, Lot 23, Bqr. tO. Ktner
cha,. Big Pine KYy. PEtt £oplt r|.
" f2250 4 t932,*Lbt 24. Sqr. 10, Kiner
cha. Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 74.
12235 1933, Lot 9, Sqr. 10, Kinercha,
Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1, Page 74.
12236 1933. Lot 10, Sqr. 10, Kiner
cha, Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 74.
12237 1933, Lot 11. Sqr. 10. Kiner
cha. Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 74.
12238 1933, Lot 12, Sqr. 10, Kiner
cha, Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 74.
12240 1933. Lot 14. Sqr. 10. Kiner
cha. Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 74.
12241 1933, Lot 15, Sqr. 10. Kiner
cha, Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 74.
12242 1933, Lot 16. Sqr. 10, Kiner
. cha, Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 74.
12243 1933, Lot 17. Sqr. 10, Kiner
cha, Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 74.
12244 1933, Lot 18, Sqr. 10, Kiner
cha, Big Pine Key. Plat Book 1,
Page 74.
11139 1933. Lot 9, Roger Lowe’s,
Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 102. 85-218.
11148 1933. Lot 20. Roger Lowe’s
Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat Book L
Page 102. Dl-374.
12342 1933. Lot 1, Sqr. 5. Palm
Villa, Big Pine Key. Plat Book 1,
Page 89
12343 * T 933, Lot 2, Sqr. 5. Palm'
Villa. Big Pine Key, Plat Book L>
Page 89.
13344 1933. Lot 3, Sqr. 5, Palm
Villa. Big Pine Key. Plat Book I,
Page 89,
12345 1933, Lot 4, Sqr. 5, Palm
Villa, Big Pine Key. Plat Book 1,
Page 89.
12346 1933. Lot 5. Sqr. 5. Palm
Villa. Big Pine Key, Piat Book 1,
P 2t tec 89.
12349'1933. Lot 8. Sqr. 5, Palm
Villa, Big Pine Key. Plat Book 1,
Page 89.
12350 1933. Lot 9. Sqr. 5. Palm
Villa. Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1.
Page 89. ,
12351 1933. Lot 10. Sqr. 5. Palm
Villa, Big Pine Key. Plat Book 1,
Page 89. D2-128.
12352 1933. Lot 11, Sqr. 5. Palm
Villa. Big Piae Key. Plat Book-1.
12353 1933. Lot 12, Sqr. 5. Palm
Villa, Big Pine Key. Plat Book i,
Palere W. * -mh
726 1933, Lot 13, Sqr. 6, Palm
LEGALS
Villa, Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 89. FI-560.
727 1933, Lot 14, Sqr. 5, Palm
Villa, Big Pine Key. Plat Book 1,
Page 89. FI-560.
728 1933, Lot 15. Sqr. 5, Palm
Villa, Big Pine Key. Plat Book 1,
Page 89. FI-560.
11142 1933, Lot 12. Roger Lowe’s
Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 102. 85-254.
1 1144 1933, Lot 14, Roger Lowe’s
Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 102. 02-490.
1 1146 1933, Lot 16, Roger Lowe’s
Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 102.
11315 1933, Lot 4, Sqr. 18, Pine
Crest, Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 131.
11316 1933. Lot 5. Sqr. 18, Pine
Crest, Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1.
Page 131.
1 1486 1933, Lot 1, Sqr. 34, Pine
VTest, Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 131.
11493 1933, Lot 8. Sqr. 34, Pine
Crest, Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
i Pag# 131. E 4-371.
11494 1933, Lot 9, Sqr. 34, Pine
Crest, Big Pine Key, that Book 1,
Page 131. E 4-371.
11369 1933, Got 2, Sqr. 24, Pine
Crest, Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 131.
11370 1933, I,ot 3, Sqr. 24, Pine
Crest. Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 131.
1 1160 1933, Lot 1, Sqr. 2, Pine
Crest, Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 131. £5-113.
11161 1933, Lot 3, Sqr. 2, Pine
frest. Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 131.
11162 1933, Lot 3, Sqr. 2, Pine
Crest, Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 131.
11163 1933, Got 4, Sqr. 2, Pine
Creftt. Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 131.
11106 1933, Lot 7, Sqr. 2, Pine
Crest, Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 131.
11167 1938, Lot 8, Sqr. 2. Pine
Crest, Big pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 131.
1116S 1933, Lot 9. Sqr. 2, Pine
Crest. Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Pug- 131.
11169 1933, Lot 10, Sqr. 2, Pine
u C£,est, Rig Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
” 1933, 1 ‘Lot 1. Sqr. 9. Silas
lew- Sulf!,* Big Pine Key, Plat
.Book ,1, Pag? 61. 81-16.
1 T 3296 ‘MWI, Lot 2, Sqr. 9, Silas
Knowles Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat
Book 1, Page 61. 81-16.
13297 1938, Lot 3. Sqr. 9, Sila*
Knowles Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat
Book 1, Page 61. 85-131.
754 1933, Lot 6, Sqr. 9, Silas
Knowles Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat
Book 1, Page 61. D5-426.
755 1933, Lot 7, Sqr. 9, Silas
Knowles Sub., Big Pine Key, Flat
Book 1, Page 61. D5-426.
13300 1933, Lot 8, Sqr. 9, Silas
Knowles Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat
Book \t, Page 61.
13301 1933, Lot 9, Sqr. 9, Silas
Knowles Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat
Book 1, Page 61. 85-131.
13302 1933, Lot 11, Sqr. 9, Silas
Knowles Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat I
Book 1, Page 61. 85-131.
13303 1933, Lot 12, Sqr. 9, Silas
Knowles Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat
Book 1, Page 61. 85-131.
13304 1933, Lot 13, Sqr. 9, Silas
Knowles Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat
Book 1, Page 61. ZZ-191.
13305 1933, Lot 14. Sqr. 9, Silas
Knowles Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat
Book 1, Page 61. ZZ-191.
• 13308 1933, Lot 17, Sqr. 9, Silas
.Knowles Sub., Big'Pine Key, Plat
Book 1, Page 61. Dl-589.
13309' 193$,'' Lot iB, Sqr. 9, Silas
Know tee SldL, Btg Pine Key, Plat
Book 1, (Page 61. D2-527j ,
13310 1933, Lot 19, Sqr. 9, 1 SHaS
Knowlesi Sub., Big Pine Key, P3at
Book 1, Pagg 61.
13311 1933; Lot 20. Sqr. 9, Silas
Knowles Sub., Big Pine Key. Plat
Book ,1. Page 01. ZZ-334. 85-131.
13312 1933, Lot 23, Sqr. 9. Silas
Knowles Sub., Big Pine Key. Flat
Book 1. Page 61.
13313 1933, Lot 24, Sqr. 9, Silas
Knowles Sub., Big Pine Ivey. Plat
Book 1, page 61. ■ ~
13314 1938. Lot 1, Sqr. 10, Silas
Knowles Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat
Book 1, Page 61. ZZ-346.
.133)5 1933, Lot 2, Sqr. 10, Silas
Knowles Siitt., Big Pine Key. Flat
Book 1, Page 61. ZZ-346.
13316 1933, Lot 3, Sqr. 10, Silas
Knowles Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat
Book 1, Page 61. ZZ-346.
- 13317 1933, Lot 4, Sqr. 10, Silas
Knowles Sub., Big Pine Key, Flat
Book 1, Page 61. ZZ-346.
13318 1933, Lot 5, Sqr. 10, Silas
Knowles Sub., Big Pine Key, Flat
Book 1, Page 61. ZZ-346.
13319 1933, Lot 6, Sqr. 10, Silas
Knowles Sub., Big Pine Key, Flat
Book 1, Page 61. ZZ-346.
13320 1933, Lot 7, Sqr. 10, Silas
Knowles Sub., Big Pine Key, Flat
Book 1. Page 61. ZZ-346.
854 1932, Lot 13, Sqr. 10, Silas
Knowles Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat
Book 1, Page 61. 82-572.
13321 1933, Lot 14, Sqr. 10, Silas
Knowles Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat
Book 1, Page 61. 82-572.
13322 1933, Lot 15, Sqr. 10, Silas
Knowles Sub., Big Pine Key. Flat
Book 1, Page 61. 82-549.
13323 1933, Lot 16, Sqr. 10, Silas
Knowles Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat
Book 1. Page 61. 82-549.
13324 1938, Lot 17. Sqr. 10, Silas
Knowles Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat
Book 1, Page 61. 82-549.
13325 ,1933. Lot 18, Sqr. 10, Silas
KnoWleS Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat
i<Bookj(|, Page 61. ZZ-346.
'I 133£6 Is3s, Lot 19, Sqr. 10, Silas
tvnqwteis Su4 Big Pine Key, Plat
i'BookiLvPage 61. ZZ-346.
; 13)32?, 1933. Lbt *2O, Sqr. 10. Silas
TCnowles :Sub., Jflifc Pine Key, Plat
Book 1, Page- 61. ' ZZ-346.
13328 1933, Lot 2fl, Sqr. 10, BHas
Knowles Sub., Big pine KeV. Plat
Book 1. Page 61. ZZ-346.
13329 1933. Lot 22. Sqr. 10, Silas
Knowles Sub.. Big Pine Key, Plat
Book 1, Page 61. ZZ-346.
13330 19.13. Lot 23. Sqr. 10, Silas
Knowles Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat
Book 1, Page 61. ZZ-346.
13331 1933. Lot 24. Sqr. 10, Silas
Knowles Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat
Book 1. Page 61. ZZ-346.
729 1933, Lot 5, Sqr. 11. Palm
Villa, Big Pine Key, Flat Book 1,
Page 89.
12458 1933. Lot 7. Sqr. 11. Palm
Villa, Big Pine Key. Plat Book 1.
Page 89. 82-575.
12459 1933. Lot 8, Sqr. 11. Palm
Villa, Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 89.
12460 1939. Lot 9, Sqr. 11. Palm
Villa, r. g Piac Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 89.
12461 1933. Lot 11, Sqr. 11. Palm
Villa, Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 89.
12464 1933. Lot 15, Sor. 11. Palm
Villa, Big Pine Key. Plat Book 1.
Page 89.
12465 1933. Lot 16, Sqr. 11, Palm
Villa, Btg Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Pa ire 89.
12466 1933. Lot 17. Sqr. 11. Palm
Villa. Big Pine Key. Plat Book 1.
Page 89. r>2-241.
12467 1933. Lot 18. Sqr. 11. Taim
-Villa, Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1.
Page 89..
12468 1933. Lot 19, Sor. 11. Palm
Villa. Big Pine Key. Plat Book 1.
Page 89. 82r497. •
* 12469 1933. Lot 20, Sor. 11. Palm
Villa. Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Pare 89. 82-497.
14047 1933. Lot 1, Sqr. 57. Sanfts
Sub., Big P*ne Kev. Plat Book 1,
Page 5. r 2-69. E4-58J.
14048 1933. Lot 2. Sor. 57. Sands
sub.. Big Pine Kev. Plat Book 1,
Pare 65. D2-69.
1404* 1933. Lot 3. Snr. 57. Sands
Suh.. Big Pine Kev. Plat Book 1,
Page 65. E 4-529. P2-6*.
14057 1933. Lot 11. Sor. 57. Stands
Sub., Big Pine Kev. Plat Book 1,
Pae-e 65. P 4-625. Fl-361.
14058 1933, Lot 12. Sqr. 57. Sands
Sub.. Big Pine Kev. Plat Book 1.
Pare 65. Fl-361. E 4-525.
13161 1933. Lot 7. Sqr 2, Silas
Knowles Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat
Book 1. Pare 61.
13162 1933. Lot 8. Sqr. 2. Silas
Knowles Sub.. Big Pine Key. Plat
Book 1. Pare 01. D4-261.
13163 1933, Lot 9, Sqr. 2, Silas
LEGALS
Knowles Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat :
Book 1, F’age 61. ZZ-373.
11164 1931, Lot 10, Sqr. 2, Silas j
Knowles Sul)., Big Pine Key, 1 'lal l
liook 1, Page 61. ZZ-373.
11165 1933, Lot 11, Sqr. 2, Silas!
Knowles Sub.. Big Piue Key, flat
Look l. Page 61. 82-446..
13166 1933. Lot 12. Sqr. 2. Silas
Knowles Sub., Big Pine Key, i’lat
Book 1. Page 61. 82-446.
13167 193.1, Lot 13, Sqr. 2, Silas'
Knowles Sub., Big I’ine Key, Plat |
Book 1, Page 61.
13168 1933, Lot 14, Sqr. 2, Silas
Knowles Sub., Big Pine Key, I’lat
Wuok 1, Page 61.
13169 1931, Lot 15, Sqr. 2. Silas
Knowles Sub., Big Pine Key, i’lat
Book 1, Page 61. -
13f70 1933, Lot 16. Sqr. 2, Silas!
Know les Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat I
Book 1, Page 61.
13171 1933, Lot >l7, Sqr. 2, Silas
Knowles Sub., Big Pine Key, Piat
Book 1, Page 61.
12066 193.1, Lot 20. Sqr. 10, Trop
ical Park, Big Pine Key, Plat Book
1, Pago 130.
12067 1933, Lot 21, S jr. 10, Trop
ica] Park.- Big f’ine Key, Plat Book
, 1, Page 130.
120( 8 1933, Lot 22. Sqr 10, Trop
ical Park. Big Pine Key, Pint Book
1, Page 130.
12069 1931, Lot 23, Sqr. 10, Trop
ical Park. Big pine Key, Plat Book
1, Page 136.
12070 1933, Lot 24. Sqr. 10. Trop
ical Park, Big Pine Kev, Plat Book
1, Page 130.
11150 1933, Lot 1, Sqr. 1. Pine
Crest, Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 131.
11151 1933, Lot 2. Sqr. 1. Pine
Crest, Pig Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 131.
1 1152 1933. Lot 3, Sqr. 1. Pine
Crest, liig Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 131. y
11153 1933. Lot 4. Sqr. 1, Pine
Crest, Pig Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 131.
11154 1933, Lot 5, Sqr. 1, Pine
Crest, Big Pine Kev, Plat Book 1,
Page 131. 02-194.
11155 1933, Lot 6 Sqr. 1, Pine
Crest, Big Pine Key,''Plat Book 1,
Page 131. E 5-337. , , , .
11156 1933, Lot 7, Sqr. t, Pine
Crest, Big Pine Key. Plutu Kook 1, ■
Page 131.
11157 1933, Lot 8; Sqr. ! 1, pine
Crest, Big Pine KF.Yj <PlBt Hook j,
Page 131. ■
11155 1933, Lot 9, Sqr. 1, Pine
Cifest.BfMfp' Pine i K o y, Pla-tf Book I,
Page ■tonne’ f >rt 1 ; %')?
12496 193.1 lot 1 Sf|r. 13, Palm
Villa, Vt?# P)Vi£f ey. Hat Book 1,
Page 89. -J
12497 1933, Lot 4, Sqr. 13. Palm
Villa, Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 89.
12500 1933, Lot 7, Sqr. 13, Palm
Villa. Big pine Key, I’lat Book 1.
Page 89.
12501 1933, Lot 8, Sqr. 13, Palm
Villa, Big Pine Key, I’lat Book 1,
Page 89: '
12502 1933, Lot 9, Sqr. 13, Palm
Villa, Big Pine Ivey, Plat Book 1,
Page 89-.
12503 1933, Lot 16, Sqr. 13, Palm
Villa, Big Pine Key, Piat Book 1,
Page 89.
12504 1933, Lot 17, Sqr. 13, Palm
Villa, Big Pine Key, I’lat Book 1,
Page 89.
12505 1933, Lot 18, Sqr. 13. Palm
Villa, Big Pine Key, i’lat Book 1,
Page 89.
12506 1933. Lot 19, Sqr. 13, Palm-
Villa, Big Pine Key, Flat Boqk 1,
Page 89.
12507 1933, Lot 20, Sqr. 13. Palm
Villa, Big Pine Key. I’lat Book 1,
Page 89. '
; 12508 1933, Lot 21, Sqr. .12, Palm
Villa, Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 89.
13985 1933, Lot 7, Sqr, 53, Sands,
Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat Book L.
Page 65. Fl-361, E 4-525.
13986 1933, ’Lot 8, Sqr. 53i Sdrids)
Sqb., Big Pine Key, I’lat Book .1,-
Page 65. Fl-361. E 4-525.
13987 1933, Lot 9, Sqr. 53, SaiLls
Sub..-Bjg .Pino Key. Plat Book J-,
Page 65. E 4-523, D2-69.
13988 1933. Lot 10, Sqr. 53. SaridA
Sub., Big Pine Key, Plat Book; 1,
Page 65. 64-523, 1)2-69.
12641 1932, Lot 7. Sqr. il, Palrii
Villa, Big Pine Key, Plat Book H
I’age 89. P 2-439.
12642 1933. Lot 8, Sqr. 21, Palm
Villa, Big Pine Key,’ Plat Book I,'
Page 89. 02-439. ,
12685 1933, Lot it, Sqr. 2s. Palm
Villa, Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 89.
12686 1933, Lot 14, Sqr. 23, Palm
Villa, Big Ping Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 89.
12558 1933. Lot 17. Sqr. 18, Palm
Villa, Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 89.
12599 1933. Lot 18, Sor. IS. Palm
Villa, Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1.
Page 89.
734 1933, Lot 19, Sqr. 18, Palm
Villa, Big Pine Key, Plat Book and,
Page 89.
735 1933, Lot 20, Sqr. 18, Palm
Villa. Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 89.
12600 1933. Lot 21, Sqr. 18, Palm
Villa Big Pine Key. Plat Book 1,
Page 89. Dl-555.
12601 1933, Lot 22, Sqr. 18, Palm
Villa. Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 89. P 2-214.
12683 1933. Lot 11, Sqr. 23, Palm
Villa. Big Pine Key, Plat Book 1,
Page 89. 85-296.
12684 1933, Lot 12, Sqr. 23, Palm
SJSi-iStoSaft.’fv- f**‘ ’■
12iMan9AArhoti 15. Sor. 21. Palm
727 1932. T.ot 1(1, Snr: 21. Palm
Villa, Big Pine Key. Plat Book 1,
P&fce 89. " J
TRUSTEES OF THE -INTERNAL
IMPROVEMENT FUNb OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA.
By: Ross C Sawyer, Jfcent,
Trustee I.* I. Fund, Monroe
County. , jani,l946
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIHCI IT
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR -MONROE COUNTY. IN
CHANCERY.
Cne No. 10-MtC
ALFRED WILLIAM CORRIS,
Plaintiff.
vs. DIVORCE
FRANCES MARIE CORRIS,
Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: Frances Marie Corris
436 ssth Street
West New York, New Jersey
You are hereby required to ap
pear to the Bill for Divorce filed
against you in the above styled
cause on or before the 3rd day of
February. A. D. 1946; otherwise the
allegations contained therein will
'be taken as confessed.
Done and Ordered at Kev West,
Florida, this 3rd day of January.
A. Tl 1946.
(Circuit Court
Seal) Ross C Sawver
Clerk of Circuit Court.
By: (sd) Mary K. Woodson.
Deuuty Clerk.
ENRIQUE ESOUTXALDO, JR.,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
h! e. Ganfield, m and.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
SPECIALIST
Also Glasses Pitted
Office Hours, 7 to 9 pjn., and by
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Toor Grocer SELLS That GOOD
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Try A Pound Todoyt
LEGALS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT!
OF TMF. STATE OF FLORIDA. IN I
AND FOR MONHOE COUNTY. IN
CHANCERY.
Case No. 10-.V2S
WILLIAM L>. JACKSON.
Plaintiff.
vs. DIVORCE
BERTHA I. JACKSON.
Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: BERTHA 1. JACKSON,
82 Alexander Street,
Charleston, South Carolina.
You are hereby required to appear
to the Bill for Divorce filed against
you in the above styled-cause on or
before the 28th day of January,
A. D. 1946, otherwise the allegations
contained therein Will-he taken as
confessed.
Poqe and Ordered this 27th day
of December. A, D. 1943. at Ivey
West. Monroe County, Florida.
(Circuit Court
Seal) Ross C Sawyer
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
By: (sd) Mary K. Woodson,
Deputy Clerk.
ENRIQUE ESQUINALtA), JR., ■
Plaintiff's Solicitor.
dec2S, 1945 ;jan4-11-18,1946
IN TIIE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK
ELEVENTH judicial ciucuit
OF TIIE STATE OF FLORIDA.
IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY
IN CHANCERY.
Case No. 10 520
EMELINA MARIE McDATHE,
Plaintiff,
rs. DIVORCE
RUSSELL HARRY McDATHE,
Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: RUSSELL HARRY McDATHE,
407 Brunswick Avenue,
Emporia, Virginia.
You are hereby required to appear
to the bill for divorce filed against
you in the above styled cause on
or before the 28th day of January,
A. D. 1946, otherwise tile allegations
of said bill will be taken as con
fessed.
Done and Ordered, this 27th day
of L)ece4nber, 'A. D. 1945, at Key
West, Moproe County, Florida.'
(Circuit Court
. c Seal) -Rosii C Sawyer
Clerk of the Circuit ;Oourt.
By: (sd) Mary K. Woodson, #'
: Be bitty Cferk. 1
ENRIQUE ESQUINALDO, JR.,
PI a,in tiff’s Solicit or.
ddc28t1945 ;jan4-l 1-18,1940
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St. Louis Hopper laughter,
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