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'• EDN'ESDAY. JUNE 26, 1946
lum! Sox Trim Tigers, 1-0; I eiier Fans 13 Yank Batters 4 t> Pnw) mw YORK, June 26.—Boston H. and ®* won over the Detroit fi|r> ia, when Fred Hutchin * a jiked four straight batsmen ’n eighth inning. Both pitch -i- st!<>wed only two hits each, j < ieveland Indians defeated the N * Y tk Yankees, 8-3, as Bob FaMse fan—d IS Yankees. Chi • m§ White Sox downed the v, ngtiji Senators, 6-4. In a —me, the St. Louis Browns ■**•> t asify over the Philadelphia Athletics, 7 2. la the National League, Cin eternal! Beds gained an easy tri umph over the Brooklyn Dodg ers II 2. other games ware under rn. with the Pittsburgh Pi v inning 3-0 and the Phila u plus Ptullies, 5-3. K. >ult and batteries: AMEKICAN LEAGUE Night Gama 4* h> Louts R. H. E. * iplna 2 6 0 7 JO 0 Flores, Griffith and Ro -7.‘ >Wk. Hamner, Caldwell ami Treaii. Ai Detroit R. H. E. 1 2 0 0 2 1 * n and Wagner; Hutchin •i and Ti-bbetts. R. H. E. 3 9 2 8 10 1 i5 m Gcttel, Wight, Gumpert t IfaiiuniMin, Silvertri; Feller •uid Hegan. At Chicago R. H. E. W..*‘ung ton . 4 10 1 6 10 1 Ni Wftoni, Kennedy and Early; ' ‘ inch. Hamner, Caldwell and NATIONAL LEAGUE Night Game n- i York R. H. E. 3 9 1 W 0 4 1 i.evich and Lopez; Schu macher and Cooper. Night Gama I‘f>ii nielphia R. H. E. . 3 10 1 • * 5 16 1 l* i/lvy, Wilks, Krist and Ki i'll Judd, Schanz and Sem |H|. L II Bnaik R. H. E. nan 15 16 0 N<<-klyn 3 12 0 H. tkt and Miller; Webber, i Branca, Iligbe, Lombardi fthd Eiiwards. I low They Stand AMERICAN LEAGUE ( Inb— W. L. Pet. GB I* -t n 46 17 .730 N- • York 40 26 .606 71 D-.oit 33 28 .541 12 v ' uifton 31 30 .508 14 h’ 29 34 .460 17£ < veland 26 36 .438 18| (h.afu 25 35 .417 19£ phia 18 44 .290 271 NATIONAL LEAGUE Club— W. L. Pet. GB Brooklyn 38 23 .023 K \a tits 35 26 .573 3 th.iio 31 25 .544 4* •n 30 31 .492 8 ( i* mii.it i 27 30 .474 9 ti iphia 26 30 .464 91 I’ltuburgh 24 35 .407 131 N ■ Ynrk 25 37 .403 131 ClfV!pORtS~ ~ IH4IIONDBALL at Bayview Park (Night Games) 1 'MoRRoW NIGHT— THURSDAY— -7 in VK W vs. Machinists, v 1129’s vs. American Le gkm FRIDAY— Adams Dairy vs. Machin ists. * 'at Wains Lunch vs. V.F.W. RECREATION I *wi w !‘ark—Tennis, Basket h and Handball Courts, Di- K iddy Playground, ( srdiN t Stations. i‘i B* ach and Rest Beach— •w .mining. ti I lioek and Rest Beach— i> a Fish.ng, Small Boats. Wildcats In Majors Vll.l \NOVA, Pa. (AP).—Four I* \ ila nova College baseball |M* rr are parfonrung with ma lt Uague teams this season, t Vernon is starring with i uat'HS. Nick Etton and M , .ilia' k are with the New i H Y inkers and Lan Merullo -a b.irUtup with the Chicago (uU Yale Craw Captain SKW HAVEN. Conn. (AP).— Ah xsnder T. Brown of West % -.ld. Conn., will captain V * 117 varsity crew. Brown ~n eld. six feet, six ti. < i * tall and weighs 190 Yellowstone’s Bears Slow In Reconverting THERMOPOLIB. Wyo. (AP). —The bears of Yellow stone National Park are be hind the time*. Editor Ken Byerly of the Thermopolis Independent Record reports after a trip through the park. The number of tourists has reached prewar volume, By erly says, but the bears are still in the woods. "Apparently," he writes, "no one has tipped them off to the killing in delicacies they could be making along the park highways." rMMjrjTjrjrjr/r* Machinists Beat 829 Bombers 5-3 In League Game The Machinist team defeated the B-29’s by the score of 5-3 last night in a Monroe County Lea gue game, at Bayview Park, j Garcia starred for the victors, getting three hits out of four trips to the plate. Kerr, Valdez, and Castro each hit safely. Team: R. H. E. Machinists 10 6 5 B-29’s 7 12 3 Batteries: Walker, Hancock and Castro; Vedal, Roberts and Fernandez. Umpires: Roberts and Fernandez. In an exhibition game, the Lunch Boys trimmed the Legion club 6-3. For the victors, C. Valdez and Lastres each got two out of four hits while Hopkins, Vincent, F. Tynes and Diaz hit safely for the Legion club. Team: R. H. E. Lunch Boys 6 6 2 Legion 3 4 4 Batteries: C. Valdez, Fleitas; Ogden and Vincents. TACA Team Trims Havana Club In Series Of Softball (Special to The Oilleeit) MIAMI, June 26.—The world’* first international softball series was played in Havana, Cuba, be tween TACA Airways System and Havana’s leading team, Club Bancario, at the famous Havana Yacht club. Arranged by TACA as part of the general program of fostering good will and understanding be tween the United States and the Latin American republics, the game got under way with the TACA line-up as follows: F. Rog er, first base; R. Buds, catcher; *M. Ogle, pitcher; James Rees, pitcher-manager; Ralph Moore, leftfield; Jake Moody, outfield; centerfield; White Whitehurst, Sandy Sanderson, second base; Huck Borden, shortstop, and Red Powell, rightfield. Klees struck out 15 men and limited the local team to one hit, bpnt,’in the first game, which TACA took 2-0. The second game also went to TACA 2-0. An enthusiastic pub lic welcomed the TACA team, and TACA pitchers, Rees and Ogle, were both applauded for their brilliant performance. The players were entertained at the Vedado Tennis club and the Club Bancario. An invita tion to Club Bancario has been extended to play a return series in the near future in Miami. 'Schoolboy Bull Game Bring* 21 Error* FREDERICR, Md. (AP).—The errors almost caught up with the total of runs made in a baseball game between Frederick and Brunswick high schools. Frederick finally ivotj, 13-11, after a seven-inning game last ing two hours, during which time Frederick players erred 11 times, and Brunswick kicked the ball around 10 times. No Sale! POCATELLO. Idaho (AP).— Jack Halliwell, popular president of the Pioneer Class C League, decided to give up playing base ball in favor of practicing phar macy when he found he was sold ( py Ottumwa, lowa, in the Three ; Eye league to Rearney in the | Nebraska State League for ex actly SIOO back in 1914. pounds. He captained the Hotch kiss baseball team and also played junior varsity hockey at Yale. CLASSIFIED ADS RATES Regular Type Advertisement* under thi* head will be inserted in The Citizen at the rate of 2c a word for each insertion, but the minimum charge for the first 15 words or less is 30c. Black Face Type The rate for blackface type HELP WANTED INTERESTING WORK INCREASED PAY! Now you can start as Telephone Operator at $25 for a 40-hour week (about SIOB a month) with opportunity for earning more by overtime at time-and-a-half pay! S3O a week (about $l3O a month) after 180 days’ training and experience. Scheduled Pay Increases Pleasant Environment Liberal Benefit Plan Vacation With Pay Apply Telephone Office Mrs. McDermott, Chief Operator I SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE j and TELEGRAPH COMPANY jun22-tf j Wanted—First class mechanic, i Good pay to right man. Write Postoffice Box 708, Key West, j Fla. jun2s-3t i Maid, cooking and general house work. Steady work. Must be neat. Apply Baer’s Market, 901 Duval St. jun2s-4t WANTED Subscribers National Voice. 1307 Petronia Street. junl7-lmox Wanted—Active, embryo writers to form group as an incentive to work. Informal. Fred Green, Box 662, Hey West. jun24-6tx MISCELLANEOUS T —— >■■■—■ Refrigeration sues and .service. Repairs on all makes. All work j guaranteed. Mumford & Ross, 220 Duval st., photoe 333. 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Will give 5 treatments for sl3 or 10 treatments for $25, for 30 days only. Vermeil Welch Hutcheson, 729 Division Street, phone 659-J for appointment. jun24-6t Fight polio—Lots cleaned in com pliance with City Ordinance. By hour or job. Phone 371-W. jun2s-3tx Washing done by the bundle, if brought to Mrs. Annie Thomp son, 412 Julia Street. jun26-6tx PERSONAL Will the man in uniform who was aboard Key West Transit bus 10:30 A M., May 28, when colored girl was injured near corner of White and Newton Streets, please communicate with Box 1, Citizen Office. jun26-28-29-3t APARTMENTS FOR RENT Furnished apartment, near com missary. New arrivals in town only. E. A. Strunk, Jr., phone 816. jun2s-tf For Rent 5-room furnished apartment. 1029 Fleming St. jun26-3t THE KEY WEST CITIZEN Infonnmtion lor tha AdwtiMn 'is 2c a word and the minimum charge for the first 15 words or lew is 45c. 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To insure publication, copy must be in the office before 11 o’clock on the day of publica tion. OFFICE Business office in The Citi zen Building, corner Greene and Ann streets. Door to the right on entering building. FOR BALE Single bedroom set, $60.00. Liv ing room furniture, priced to sell. 88-6 Potnciana. jun2s-2tx Typewriter, register, large elec tric ceiling fan, desk, filing case, show cases, china closet, dinner set and glassware. Phone 1028-M. jun26-6tx 3 rooms furniture for sale. 3 months old. 15-H Porter Place. jun26-2tx Unfinished house and lot, 100’ x 100’. Surplus lumber also avail , able. Apply 2502 Harris Ave nue. Price, $1,400, with SBOO down payment. jun26-3tx 3-piece redwood living room suite. 3.5 mm movie camera. 1 baby’s bathinette. At 529 Margaret. jun26-ltx Portable radio, good condition. 1119 Southard Street. jun26-2tx 50-lb. capacity refrigerator. $25. Apply 1415 Newton St. jun26-2tx LOST Wallet containing valuable pa pers and small sum of money. Reward if returned to Riley Linsey, 703 Whitehead Street. jun2s-2tx McNutt-First IJ..S Ambassador To Philippines AP Newsfeatures PAJJL VORIES MeNUTT is President Truman’s nominee to be the first United States am bassador to the independent Philippines. . . . Born in Frank lin, Ind., July 19, 1891, he has been politically ambitious since boyhood . . . was a class presi dent in Martinsville (Ind.) high school and Indiana University. . , . Harvard law graduate, 1916, Phi Beta Kappa, he taught law at Indiana, rose to be youngest dean of the law school at 34, served 1925-33. . . . A stateside Field Artillery major in World War I, he climbed in American Legion from post commander to 1928-29 national commander. . . , In diana’s first Democratic gover nor in 16 years (1932-37), he af terward was appointed by Pres ident Roosevelt as high commis sioner to the Philippines (1937- 39) . . . was Federal Security Ad ministrator, 1939-45; director of Defense, Health and Welfare Services, 1941-43; chairman, War Manpower Commission, 1942-45. . . . He was reappointed high commissioner September, 1945. Six feet two, platinum haired and handsome, he likes detective stories, poker, golf, menthol cig arettes. . . . Married, has one daughter, Louise, born 1921. . . . A great joiner, he belongs to Masons, Elks, Rotary, Kiwanis. BOYS GO ON SPREE WITH S4O BINGHAMTON, N. Y. Two boys, 13 and 8-year-old brothers, cashed an SBO Government allot ment check and spent S4O of the money for: Two toy drums, two walkie-talkie toys, model air planes, service men’s hats, army insignia, cartridge belts, flash lights, mouth organ, and miscel laneous items. They capped it all off with sirloin steak dinners and a watermelon. The farm income of the United States in 1945 totalled twenty bil lion dollars. BROADWAY CIGAR STORE 610 Duval St. COMPLETE BASEBALL SCORES Received Daily by Leased Wire Popular Brands of Cigars and Cold Soft Drinks Hens! Move Over! Here Is The Fish Farm AP Ntwsieatuies Auburn. Aia.—People who dream of some day retir ing to a chicken farm should get busy and modify their plans. They may be retiring to a fish farm instead. The fact is, says a man who certainly ought to know, the fish farm is very definitely the thing in the future. Fish, he adds, can be produced just as profitably as chickens. And, he reminds, just think of the fun catching them whenever you want. The authority for all this is H. S. Swingle, fish culturist at the experimental station of Alabama Polytechnic Institute, where fish production is a science. Ponds which maybe supported from 40 to 100 pounds of fish an acre are made to support 600, even 800. The secret, of course, in high fish production is in pond man agement and fertilizer to in microscopic plant life upon which fish feed. Fertilized ponds, while supporting four to five times the weight of fish per acre as do streams, tend to increase g|P|l REAL ICE t 11) an d you will get ■tjLLlue) GUARANTEED Refrigeration Service REAL ICE is More Economical It's Healthy and Safe . . . It's Pure Thompson Enterprises, Inc. (ICE DIVISION) Phons No. 8 Key West Florida CROIX ROYALE | 1 PREMIUM PORT JJI Croix Royal. Pre* JW '^-Imium Wines are made \ ** * from famous San Joa- Take home a bottle mium Wine tonight! You’ll like it! Croix Royal* Premium California Denrrt Wine.: Sherry. Port, White Port, Tokay, Angelica. Croix Royal* Premium California CAMEO VINEYARDS OCX Tabic Wipe*: Burgundy, Qurcc, Rhine, Sauterae, Zinfjndei FRESNO, CALIFORNIA ■ ROME CSAJ # CALIFORNIA jZeMUM WINES EARL WINE COMPANY 20 S. Davis Street Jacksonville, Florida PAGE THREE 'sjrjrjrjrjr.rjrjrjrA Worm Turns And Lures Record Catch i LEWISTOWN, Moat (AP). —lt'll embarrass Lewi*town's export fly fishermen to call attention to this, but the res* ord catch of the season was made by Clifford Foreman. 14. Clifford landed a M-iach rainbow trought weighing , six pounds, eight ounces. Hi* bait: a plain old barnyard worm. the food supply of streams, re duce the fishing pressure on them and prevent silting of chan nels. Ten years ago there were 1.800 fish ponds in Alabama. Today there are 4,000 and they are be ing built at the rate now of about 500 a year. At present few ponds are used for commercial production, but Swingle believes that is just around the corner. Outside reve nue now comes mostly from charging fishermen to fish. The cost of building fish ponds varies widely, but some are built as cheaply as SSO or SIOO to the acre.