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fSPORTSJ • Dimmamdh* ll jjjg'U • Coll • Track Ntnltird Feds Set Many Records k I 1 lor ida State Baseball League ** t*H Pi* ltd* HUiti Ik m**mM 1 ***** v Mi Ui| iht* <#** # y Pt !| U v K>t Ik k yfH' id pl(|%> || |# l‘ H i^ Ml £?s*-* ofnl |**| J H (,|| • p* **■* ** #*#.* Ml, vt jfclit &t !f| fc nfmft Ik IW Uuy wt4i M g if leu utui S|Hirts Writers of Florida In Annual Meet Tomorrow •te*te * - *~j K t , i„. mu I *** •* iMi**cafr r /UR'whig. if *W !*•„ , tn . VVt .. (Wl l t#M t*t hn.at'tiiM teesr* mtH , *§ Gaines **A> tut lt ir annual j l|r Wm* i RrteMint j *# Aw #> u •<> i M chalk is On* W*viM i irt—i.i t rt, Dianundi Predicts Yankees till* n i •’! \meriean League % DfcWO (, „ „t „j hd> ■mi * * ui m. Mixn.l f< ntw c, •aw and n>< f t end! fc|ob *'*•** * i .i. t iai porta' dfeMp* Wp* •* lijm, th a Ipi, W. ' * Vttll •• ‘hfemryj as IW A.. • M Lts UflP* •feet Jhm Urn , PM ■ r r#Tl am? i*i<hiiiile DiMaggio Get •y CHIP ROYAL • leoture* Sports Editor AiVcAWMA Fla Sill Mtiiic P H, • .ini i*., v , York VMoi J |,M alul It'll Mow** hi t . bo m got > Ibis • V *♦* • i t utiii ) tint .n't Mho ibe # I ' 'Mht iJw nous fp IMI' a*t* K. W I. 4 t Mist tilt; kadUiwg, w| 4 twsv* but. Lhtiu tun l ere wttf tiweo tew t moil tii 'he Ummww JL h < I ?*ftf I •y* ,w j, *f , ,j t . . , *. -I ''ip* m < Imm * ft#*. IG il i till ***§••*'* ill it Ml lit * JIH .HlUcd I #!**■•. f ♦- s -It s id! I |M.t) tii ffe* # **. I i x ,I . kui I picltvii lloU.tMl t \\tlit* (Uunluiuxl Iron PC* Onei ■ > >1 OUt a | n ~| I j-- KlUt tiui t Mr AGUILAR • t 34 fp a .737 percentage, an other mark in tha loop. Tiuit'a ike year Clayton Ster ik oi Key West played at first, • William (Butch) Cates, an "'•u r local player, also performed **ii the club. Skl Hudson won 24 and lost Karnes that year and many other record* were set. By AGUILAR li.r l’Diversity of Florida will ’ 1 <i football game in honor, of j Uic -ports writers. .1 .nor Chamber of Commerce < ville will give a banquet ifcl moker for the writers and ■ l f F. back team will com i '■ with the University of Geor ,gia team. Sy AGUILAR ■ * '-bowing the way with their 'titling •amaitdi says their power at • ji!.t(( will overcome whatever n< m develops in the pitching i ’'"i National League he, fa v 8 tne Chicago Cubs to repeat f lt*h t'sf f rt*tta< tve what it takes to win. i ’ Ho t. Joe said: ‘You play them 1. 1 (.f close out there, don’t you?’ I told him 1 only played them the way he hit them. The next day, 1 figured he wfs . .. toi a long one so I w'ent back mi him. He hit the ball about 600 of' and I just barely pulled it *• mn in deep center. Boy, did I have fun with him after that!” Dun reveals that once in a ' hile the brothers advise each •ila i on their swing and stance, but usually only jokingly. The \ l ongest DiMag feels he going to have his best season i ith the Red Sox “if my legs and aim* hold up.” He thinks that will be the same i r> alxiut most of the service . . 31 coming back. They’ll all sta. l • f good, but may have trouble j finishing, he says. Dom Changes Stance The little Boston centerfielder 1 (.■ changed his stance this eea >*>n. Here's how it happened “I couldn't understand why I didn't hit better than in the mi no especially after that .360 \(„i with San Francisco in 193-J,” says Dom. So w hile I was with the Navy n the Pacific, I thought it was a , >od time to experiment. I moved i left foot in a little and lour.d l could hit all pitchers harc’.e” than ever. I had more freedom with my hips, and could pivot easier. It isn't an experiment any mote. I hope, for I’ve got to show t'.at hig brother of mine this year and I think he’s going to have a great season.” I* tbably more problems of a h ral nature than any other county m Florida, and gave as jrar.ees he would aid in the soiution of them. in speaking of the Everglades Natl nal park, the early estab lishment of which he has saidi he will seek. Holland said fears i m>m -d by some Monroe coun-! ti ms that fishing and sponging' v> ill l*e banned from its waters >ie groundless, since state laws will i ntinue to apply to these activities. Dr. Daniel L Marsh, president i H ton University, born at W* * Newton Pa 66 years ago l Statuettes For Best Boy And Girl Athletes JUNIOR CHAMBER TO AWARD EACH YEAR; ALSO LARGE BRONZE PLAQUE FOR IN SCRIBING NAMES At a meeting held this week Junior Chamber of Commerce has decided to award individual bronze statuettes to the outstand ing boy and girl athelete of the year. The awards will be based on opinions of sports writers and coaches in the city. Besides the individual awards there will be a large central plaque on which each year will be inscribed the names of the outstanding boy and girl athletes. Also under discussion was the question of Boca Chica Airfield. The Club voted to write a letter requesting that it not be turned back to caretaker status and pointing to the natural advan tages of Key West’s famed flying weather. Lily Pons, opera singer, born in France, 42 years ago. LEGALS MITMK I MIKIt FICTITIOUS XAME STATUTE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of “Cowboy & Sons”, 111" lihival Street, Key West, Flor ida. Intends to register the said fictitious name with the ClerK of the Circuit Court of Alo.iroe County, Florida. Dated March 21, 1946. JOHN R. WATSON, Sole Owner. mar22-29-aprs-12,1940 IN THE CHICHI 1’ COURT OF THU KI.KVKNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THU STATE OF FI.OIIIOA. IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 10-HS7 Lol ls I. HICKS, Plaintiff vs. DIVORCE JOYCE WANDA KATZ HICKS, Defendant ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: Joyce Wanda Katz Hicks, 2528 Van Deventer Ave., KnoxvlUe, Tenn. You are hereby required to ap pear to the Bill of Complaint for di vorce in the gbove styled cause on or before the 14th day of May, A. D. 194(1, otherwise* the 1 allegations therein will he taken as confessed. This order is to be published once a week for four cAnsecittive weeks In the Key West Citizen, a newspa per published in Key West, Florida. Dime and (Ordered this 11th day of April, A. 1. 1940. (SEAL) Ross C Sawyer Clerk Circuit‘Court, Monroe County, Florida. By (8d) Florence E. Sawyer, Deputy Clerk. tKd) ALLAN B. CLKARE, Jr. Solicitor for Plaintiff. aprl 2-19-26-may 1,1946 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. Cnae No. 10-IIM MARGARET SAUNDERS MITCHELL, Plaintiff, DIVORCE FRANK C. MITCHELL, Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: Frank U. Mitchell Kings Street Chappaqua New York, N. V. You are hereby required to ap pear to the Bill for Divorce filed against you in the above styled cause on or before the 22nd day of April, A. D. 1946: otherwise the allegations contained therein will he taken us confessed. Done and Ordered at Key West, Florida this 21st day of March, A. D. 1946. (Circuit Court Seal) Ross C Sawyer Clerk of the Circuit Court By: (sd) Florence E. Sawyer. Deputy Clerk. WfT.T.IAM V. AI.BURY, Attorney for . Plaintiff. mar22-29-aprs-12,1946 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIH4T IT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA. IV AND FOB MOMtOF. COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. ( axe No. 10-IXI2 VLADIMIR GEOROE UUCURA, Plaintiff, V*. DIVORCE MARY SHORT CUCURA, Defendant. OItDEB OF PUBLICATION TO: Mary Short Oucura, 125 Lincoln Street. Reading, Massachusetts. You are hereby required to ap pear to the Bill of Complaint for divorce in the above styled cause on or before the 29th day of April, A. D. 1946, otherwise the allega tions therein wilt be taken as con fessed. This order to tie published once a week for four consecutive weeks in The Key West Citizen, a news paper published in the City of Key West. Florida. Done and Ordered this 27th day of March, A. D. 1946. (SEAL) (sd) Ross C Sawyer Clerk of the Circuit Court Monroe County, Florida By: Mary K. Woodson, Deputy Clerk, (sd) Allan It. Cieare. Jr., Solicitor for Plaintiff. mar29;apr5,12,19,1946 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOB MONItOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 10-070 WILLIAM WARREN RIEDELL, Plaintiff vii. DIVORCE IDELL RIEDELL Defendant ORDER OF PUBLICATION To: Idell Riedell 208 Charlotte Avenue Sanford. North Carolina You are hereby required to ap pear to the Bill of Complaint for di vorce filed against you in the above entitled cause on the Bth day of May. A. D. 1946. otherwise the allegations of said Bill will be tak en as confessed. This the 4(h day of April A. D. 1946. (Circuit Court Seal) Ross C Sawver Clerk of the Circuit Court Bv Mary K. Woodson, D. C. JULIUS F. STONE. JR., Solicitor for Flaintiff. Aprs 1" 1 26, 191" THE KE/Y WEST CITIZEN LEGALS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA. IN CHAN CERY- Cane No. 10-003 ANTONIO MANUEL PEREZ, Plaintiff, vs. DIVORCE ACTION AIDA PRATS PEREZ, Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: Aida Prats Perez 13% Jose Miguel Gomez Regia. Cuba You are hereby required to ap pear to the Bill of Complaint, for divorce, in the above styled cause on the 30th day of April. A. D. 1946, otherwise the allegations therein w'ili be taken as confessed. This order to be published once a week for four consecutive weeks in The Key West Citizen, a newspaper published in Key West, Florida. Done and Ordered this 28th day of March, A. D. 1946. (SEAL) Ross C Sawyer Clerk of the Circuit Court, Monroe County. Florida. By: Mary K. Woodson, D.C. THOMAS S. CARO. Solicitor for the Plaintiff. mar29;apr5,12,19,1946 IN THE CIRCUIT COVRT OF THE ELEVENTH JCDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. l ane No. lU-tMM RUTH DEBORAH MARTINSON, Plaintiff, vs. DIVORCE JAMES ARNOLD MARTINSON, Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: James Arnold Martinson, U. S. S. Houston C/o Fleet Postoffice New York, N. Y. You are hereby required to ap pear to the Bill of Complaint for divorce in the above styled cause on or before the 30th day of April, A. D. 1946, otherwise the allegations therein will be taken as confessed. This order is to be published onco a week for four consecutive weeks in The Key West Citizen, a news paper published in the City of Key West, Florida. Done and ordered th's 28th day of March. A. D. 1946. (SEAL) Ross C Sawyer Clerk of the Circuit Court Monroe County, Florida (sd) By: Florence E. Sawyer Deputy Clerk (sd) Allan B. Cieare. Jr., Solicitor for Plaintiff. mar29;apr5,12,19,1946 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CHICI IT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR MONItOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 10-IHIS HAROLD M. DUBOIS and FLORENCE M. DUBOIS, his wife, Plaintiffs, vs. SUIT TO QUIET TITLE WILLIAM PATTON, et al., Defendants. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: William Patton, not known to be dead or alive; The Unknown Spouse of the said William Patton, if he is alive and married; M. C. Mordecai, not known to he dead or alive; The Unknown Spouse of the said M. C. Mordecai, if he is alive and married: Hannah A. Howe, not known to ha dead or alive; The Unknown Spouse of the said Hannah A. Howe, if she is alive and piarri^d: Julia Wall Howe, not known to be dead or alive; y* The Unknown Spouse of the sit'd Julia Wall Howe, if she is alive ■and married; II. Howe, not known to be dead or alive; The Unknown Spouse of thb saiH Louisa H. Howe, if she if, alive and married: Edward Charles Howe, not known to lie dead or alive; The Unknown Spouse of the said •Edward Charles Howe, if he is alive and married; Albert A. Howe, not known to he dead or alive! The Unknown Spouse of the said Albert A. Howe, if he is alive and married; Amelia Ann Hovey, not known to be dead or alive; The Unknown Spouse of the said Amelia Ann Hovey, if she is alive and married; Edward H. Crain, not known to be dead or alive; The Unknown Spouse of the said Edward H. Crain, if he is alive and married; Joe Thorn Jackson, not known to be dead or alive; Teh Unknown Spouse of the said Joe Thorn Jackson, if he is alive and married; Janie C. Holmes, not known to he dead or alive: The Unknown Spouse of the said Janie O. Holmes, if she is alive and married; Edgar M. Lazarus, not known to be dead or alive; The Unknown Spouse of the said Edgar M. Lazarus, if he is alive and married. Alan M. Cohen, not known to be dead or alive; Elizabeth D. Cohen, wife of the said Alan M. Cohen, not known to lie dead or alive; All Parties claiming interests by, through, under or against the said William Patton, M. C. Mordecai, Hannah A. Howe, Julia Wall Howe, Louisa H. Howe, Edward Charles Howe, Albert A. Howe, Amelia Ann Hovey, Edward H. Crain. Joe Thorn Jackson, Janie C. Holmes, Edgar M. Lazarus, Alan M. Cohen and Elizabeth 17. Cohen; All Parties having or claiming to have any right, title or interest in the property herein describad- You are hereby Ordered and re quired to file your appearance on May 6th, 1946, in the above styled cause now pending in the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Cir cuit of Florida in and for .Monroe County, in Chancery, wherein Har old M. Dußois and Florence M. Dußois, his wife, are plaintiffs, and the above named parties and others are defendants, and in default of such appearance a decree pro oon fesso will be entered against you. Said cause was instituted t'<• r the purpose of quieting the plaintiffs’ title to the following described property in Monroe County, Florida, to-wit: On the Island of Knight's Key and known as all of Government Lot One (1), Section Seventeen (17). Township Sixty-six (66) South, Range Thirty-two (32) East of Tallahassee Meridian, and all of Government Lot Two (2), Section Eight (S), Town ship Sixty-six (66) South. Range Thirty-two (32) East of Talla hassee Meridian in Monroe County, Florida, saving and ex cepting that part of said Gov ernment Lot Two (2), Section Eight (8), Township Sixty-six (66) South. Range Thirty-two (32) East of Tallahassee Meri dian. conveyed to Florida East Coast Railway Company end by Mesne Conveyance to Overseas Road and Toll Bridge District and now being used for a high way bv said Overseas Road and Toll Bridge District. Together with any and all riparian rights thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining. This order shall Vie published once each week for four consecutive weeks in The Kev West Citizen. DONE AND ORDERED at the Court House in Key West, Florida, this 28th day of March. 1946. (SEAL) (sd) Ross C Sawyer Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for Monroe County, Florida. (sd) Raymond R. lord, Solicitor for Plaintiffs an. r 29 .i i>r" C* 1 9 19 ;<j CLASSIFIED ADS Information for the Advertisers RATES is 3c a word and the minimum DEADLINE Regular Type charge for the first 15 words To insure publication, copy Advertisements under this or J ess is 45c. must be in the office before 11 head will be inserted in The PAYMENT o’clock on the day of publica- Citizen at the rate of 2c a word Payment for classified ad- tion. tor each insertion, but the verlisements is invariably in OFFICE minimum charge tor the first advance, but regular advertis- Business office in The Citi io words or less is 30c. ers w j t j l i e dg er accounts may zen Building, corner Greene Black Face Type have their advertisements and Ann streets. Door to the The rate for blackface type charged. right on entering building. HELP WANTED Greatly increased wages for clerks and messengers. Pleasant work ing conditions. Apply Western Union. aprl tf Waitresses (neat appearing) want ed. Gate Restaurant, Navy en trance, 300 Southard St. No liquors sold here. Phone 735 (Harry Gwynn). apr3-24tx Young lady for cashier and post ing. Must be local resident, one who can be bonded. Write S.J.P., c/o Citizen Office. aprl2-tf Salesmen, Agents Be indepen dent, have a business of your own selling the sensational Atomic Botanical Medicine di rect to the consumers; $75 to SIOO per week easily; small cap ital required; automobile neces sary; simply amazing how fast Atomic Medicine sells; world’s finest system cleanser. For par ticulars write immediately. Atomic Distributors, Southern Division, P.O. Box 4516, Miami, Fla. aprl2-3t MISCELLANEOUS Refrigeration sales and service. Repairs on all makes. All work guaranteed. Mumford & Ross, 220 Duval st., phone 333. aprlß-tf “GUARANTEED” Repairs on Electric Clocks, Toasters, Irons, Fans, Etc. Wilson’s Appliance Service 512 Fleming St., Call 1160 . mar23-lmo : - -n- j - Movies at home. See us about our Bmm and 16mm movie ren tal library. Evans Photo Store. 506 Southard St. marl9-lmo For Light Moving, or Transfer Work Wilson’s Appliance Servic2 j 512 Fleming St., Call 1160 ! apr2-lm x Picture framing, pictures framed and matted. Paul DiNegro, 614 Francis St. Phone 1197-M. mar23-lmox Own your home? Plumbing can! be installed under F.H.A. title! No down payment, one to three years to repay loan. Call us for all plumbing services and in stallations. Williams and Rob erts, phone 853.. aprl2-tf FOR RENT Detective stories, romances, biog raphies ,all the best new books, some for 5c per day, many for only 10c for a whole week. Paul Smith, Bookseller, cor. Simon ton and Eaton Sts. aprl tf Bicycles To Rent—Daily or week ly. B. & B. Cycle Shop, 32 2 Fleming Street. marl9-lmox RENT A CAR You drive. Late model conver tibles and sedans. By day or i week. PUTCAMP-ALEXANDER Duval and Division Sts. ) aprl tf ROOMS FOR RENT Sleeping room for single man. $3.50 week. Write Box M.K., J Citizen. aprl2-3tx WANTED TO BUY Will buy all types of used furni ture. Write Post Office Box ; 466, Key West. aprll-6t FOR HIRE For Hire—Truck, general moving. J. C. Ramsey, 709 Whitmarsh Lane. Phone 1161-W. aprl-lmox LOST Pink knitting on needle. Reward for immediate return. Mrs. Weiss, 906 Grinnell St., or phone 694-W. aprll-ltx FOR SALE New sidewalk bike, girl’s. Apply 12-C Porter-Yates Place. aprß-3tx 2-apt. house for sale, furnished, Magic Chef stoves and electr,j refrigerator included. To be moved from premises. Box L-7, Citizen Office. apr9-6ix. Aluminum sauce pans, knives, wire-baskets, strainers, biscuit I pans. Lowe & Son 846 Olivia 1 1 Street, phon*- 7597. apr!2-2t FOR SALE Library copies of current best sellers—at prices that get lower with each rental To fill your bookshelves comparatively painlessly, get acquainted with our unique rental library sales system. Paul Smith, bookseller cor. Simonton and Eaton sts. aprl-tt 2- and 3- bedroom bungalows, furnished and unfurnished; small down payment, balance payable monthly. Johnson & Johnson, Phone 372. aprl-If U. S. Army Dodge Command cars. New paint, new tops. Putcamp-Alexander, Duval and ‘ Division Sts. aprl tf We have a few 3-foot wood clamps left at a good price. See them at Pepper’s Plumbing Supplies, 512 Fleming. apr4-lf Just arrvied. Small shipment of 20-gallon automatic gas water heaters. Pepper’s Plumbing Supplies, 512 Fleming. i apr4-tf Balance of Lewinsky’s furniture stock, box springs, mattresses, beds, chairs and other items. Ail new. Are being offered at dras tically reduced prices. Through Lewinsky’s Men’s Shop, 526 Du val Street. apr4-15t ’4O and ’4l Dodge pick-up truck?. Command car conversion. Put camp-Alexander Motors, Divi sion and Duval Sts. aprl-lf Station wagon, Packard Six, ex cellent for small delivery truck. In good, running condition. Price SSOO. For quick sale! 408 Greene St. Phone 312-J. aprlo-3tx Three-bedroom house In residen tial section. Lot 131’ deep and 40’ wide, plus additional lot 43’ by 43’. This attractive, offer is priced to sell. Apply Citizen Office. apr4-tf f " *•" '■ ■■■-y—m ■■■ - Easter bunnies, fryers and hens, dressed daily. Yard eggs. 919 Southard St. aprlo-3l ALUMINUM AND STAINLESS STEEL MOULDINGS We are now carrying a full line of aluminum and stainless steel mouldings for use as sink rims; cabinet trimmings and edging; trimming and mould ings for show cases, bars, and counters; stripping for linoleum on floors, drain boards, table tops and cupboards; edging for carpets, rugs and doorways; stair nosings; wall trims and threshold plates. Come in and look at our samples. Pepper’s Plumbing Supplies, 512 Flem ing. apr9-tf Household furnishings, complete for one bedroom apartment. $175.00. 39-G, Naval Housing United and White Sts. aprll-3tx 18 Palmer engine. 328 Peacon Lane. aprll-3tx 3- bedroom suite, steam-elec tric iron. Apply 1024 Elgin St. aprll-3tx House trailer, 28 ft., deluxe, 6 months old. May be seen at 638 United St., 1 to 6 p.m. aprll-3t Five coconut palms and pet coon. 621 Caroline St. aprll-3tx Cabin cruiser with inside toilet, j Makes cool home for couple as j well as way to catch fish. sl,- 000.00 cash. Apply Beauty Col ony, 509 Southard, phone 206. aprll-3tx For Sale—24-inch low pedestal fan. Inquire Paul J. Sher, Jew eler, 532 Duval Street or phone 155. aprl2-tf | ! Man’s bicycle, good condition. 1215 South St. aprll-3tx Good quality wet mops. Lowe & Son, 846 Olivia street, phone 1057. aprl2-2t Table model radio, 7 tube, just completely overhauled, excel lent reception. Must dispose of j immediately. 408 Greene St. I Phone 312-J. aprlo-3tx Electric hot plates, ovens, nails, novelties, gifts, toys, “Titan” paint and enamel. A. M. Herce, 1007 Division St, apr!2-3tx FOR SALE Week-old dinette set, leather seats. Reasonable. 39-H Naval Commissary Housing. aprll-3tx 3xß and 2 x 12 framing. Cull 1608 Von Phister St., after 5 p.m. aprlo-3tx 14-ft. Gibb’s Boat, Briggs-Strat ton in board motor. Also 13-ft. rowboat. Post Office Inn, 321 Simonton. aprl2-3tx Man’s bicycle, balloon tires, good condition. $25. Apply 710 Elizabeth St. Call after 7 p.m. aprl2-2tx Brass hose couplings, brass noz zles. Lowe & Son, 846 Olivia Street, phone 1597. aprl2-2t Living room chair, dressing ta ble and set of dishes. 417 (up stairs) Elizabeth St. aprl2-2tx LIONS HONOR (Continued from Page One) observance of national Sunday school week. The following superintendents were present: Mrs. Miriam Carey, Ley Memorial Methodist Church; Thomas S. Kelly, First Baptist Church; John Archer, Congrega tional Church; J. W. Wyndham, Poinciana Community Church; A. L. Dean, First Presbyterian Church; J. G. Sweeting, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church; Mer rill Felton, Fleming Street Meth odist Church, and Gerald Saun ders, First Methodist Church. Superintendent J. W. Wynd ham, of the Poinciana Commun ity Church was the speaker of the evening and delivered a stirring address on the impor tance of the church school in the Navy Hospital Head Receives Citalion for His Pacific Work Captain W. D. Davis l’rais .ed For Hospital 18, Im portant To Central Pa cific War Captain W. D. Davis, com manding officer of the Naval Hos pital at the east end of Key West Island, was awarded the bronze star by Captain C. E. Reordan, commanding officer of the Key West Navy Base, in ceremonies held in front of the administra tion building at the Hospital this morning. The citation was for meritorious service as senior medical officer in charge of Navy medical units in the Pacific and in charge of the Hospital on Guam. According to the citation Captain Davis showed initiative, resourcefulness and ad- - m s dfcsiteN > m J 6-diamond Bridal Cnsambla; baauti- (n*TB() fully sculptured. Iluth . . . Including Federal To* Whys and Wherefores OF CHOOSING DIAMONDS i When choosing a diamond, it is important that you look carefully to color, brilliance of cutting and purity, for your diamond i to be the gift of a life time and must be perfect in every detail. A trusted jeweler is your best assurance of this sansfaction. POLLOCK’S ,SK, 514 Duval Street Adjoining Palace Thea'.u ★ See Our Store •* PAGE THREE Cubans Favored In International Loop By AGUILAR At present the odds favor the Havana Cubans in the Florida In ternational League. From here ** looks as though the Cubans will lead the pack. The other teams will follow in this order: Lakeland, Miami Beaeh. Miami, Palm Beach and Tampa. The Weather Key West, Fla., April 12. l§4§ Observation taken at 1:90 a m Eastern Standard Tima (City office) Temperatures Highest last 24 hours 55 Lowest last night 75 Mean t 9 Normal 75 Precipitation Rainfall, 24 hours ending 8:30 a.m., inches O.W Total rainfall since April 1. • inches OUI Deficiency since April I, inches 0 4? Total rainfall since January I. inches 3 03 Deficiency since January 1, inches 2. IS Relative Humidity 76% Tomorrow's Almanac Sunrise ()•. m Sunset 048 pm Moonrise 1:37 pm Moonset I 45 am Tomorrow’s Tides (Naval Base) High Tide Low Tide 7:57 a.m. 1:22 a m. 7:50 p.m. 1:13 p.m. - _ i.- - . life of the individual, as well ax the community. He strewed the value of teaching the youth of our world the great spiritual truths of Almighty God. thereby preparing him for entrance mtu adult life. A rising vote of thanks wax given Lion Gerald SaundeiH for his efforts in leading the recent Red Cross Drive. William H. Decker, Jr., pit i dent of Fort Lauderdale Lnm* Club, and Earle Mlddlalw. a member of that club, were *>ut of town guests at lasi night's meeting. |ministrative ability in the build j ing of Hospital 18 in record Uim land with lack ef facilities. | “The successful developmend and efficient operation of the h<K* pital contributed materially t< success of the Central Pucitk campaign. His complete devotnte to duty and conduct throughout was in keeping with the highest traditions of the naval service,” the citation reads. It is signed by G. D. Murray, vice admiral, USN. The citation covers the period of service in the Mariannas from April 6. 1944. to Sept. 2. 1945 Captain Reordan also presented Terrell Dobbs, uviation machinist mate, third class, USN, with a commendation medal for duty per formed while serving aboard a submarine. The ceremonies were attended by the hospital’s staff and pa tients.