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11- KSD A\ # AtGUsT 20, 1946
B**b*U • Di&mondball
i >lb*n • Basketball e Swimming Jt j* M
Tnni • Golf • Track
Sher Jewelers Defeat Eagles
Anil Cappers Win From Roy’s
I* ul J fiber** Jewelers last
'*sfhi ritHiUd intu second place
n tfM* Clnw A*Softball League'
\ Irfeeting the Flying Eagles
§ I hi Ibe (ftiuni game of a dou
*±t**tm*m*%fri at Bayvew Park, and
Crf|t Inn stretched their 1
ti4* to four in a row by
a* om Moy ■ Auto Parts 5 to 2
Ml He *wmhH battle. I
Eagte* *M off to a "flying start”
m tbr ojpeHi r. scoring once in the
* w**S on a -ingle by Alayon
afcrf ** by Sierra and Alonzo,
but fur <•*! overtaken and tied
*>n tin J<welei tallied a lone
*nrb t m the wrood frame on
4 <**MRir by Alonzo, a stolen base
lad OnteehmKtt'a single.
In tbe Isfth the Jewelers, for
m* ii% Ht‘ ftombera, “sewed up”
** g.tio* with a five-run out
* t In that wild round. Sier
rm rk*-d Sturt* was hit by a
fOitw<t K Valdez whs safe
m u! --‘ t hit to load the bases,
b* mn* ,gu i to center, scoring
4* and Sturt/: lustres flied
mu t right ,<nd Valdez scored
tf>- h a h Hernandez was
Ml* trf mn error Navarro scored;
*- lor*.•* 4 |m umt. Parks walked;
HbfeMlHMaHi singled, scoring Alon
l.nti jm’ .i.t Five unis on
two htts and two errors.
II Gama tingled to center in
• filth |m the Eagles and three
ieid* brought him home.
in th* seventh, the Engles tal
•el iltru laxt marker on two er-
U Harder. A. Acevedo and
v>e the best afield for
• lonrtx Hernandez, Navarro
sd V enter for the victors.
t SAei tuatdi end Alonzo each hit
a t> twtoe and Alayon poled
tins good for base hits.
Mm* by timings: R. H. E.
010 050 o—6 6 4
I #* 100 010 I—3 7 3
* a iitd Sierra; Vidal and D.
F i nanrti t
i asm tmm hit’ O. Fernandez;
Ur-ws Navarro, Hernan-
IttfeVtdaL R. Garcia; struck out:
• Vi. (Usl 3. by Parks 7; bases on
off Parks 3, off Vidal 4;
tun# of game 1.15, umpires; Bak
er *Hf M Tvim**
l*f'l Worry Cappers
Huy i Auto Parts players had
Ih-tth’ Cap Inn softhallers
ra*t ttie first part of the sec
ts S game Cappers were out to
• u *ru*H rti-ord in the second
( im \ Reds Lose To Cardinals
B\ 6-0; Only Game In Majors
|R twftoif* Ctmh)
NKW YOHK. Auk- 20—St.
i.Cardinals gained a half
-11 *nm tm h* Brooklyn Dodgers
v in the “hot" National
. ** racy lv happened when
<* R<> thirds grabbed ' the only
gM| pisyd mi the major leagues.
Wlitie the Brooklyn Bums were
• ,* ume out along with six
N L clubs and all of the
\ inuro. the Cardinals, with
HutfcluMi on the mound scatter
ng eight hits, whitewashed the
imniuti lints. 0 to 0, to cut a
hail game off tl le Bunts' slim
tmkt mi the N L. leadership.
St I,oum poled 12 hits in rack
ing o|> the one-sided victory as
r**th gluhe played errorless ball.
Th* game was played under
tight* 0% Hi law is.
Result* and batteries:
R. H. E.
i matnati .. 0 8 0
6 12 0
ttigrfcwell. Malloy and Mueller;
HudAart and Garagiola.
lion They Stand
NATIONAL LEAGUE
d>— W. L. Pet. G.B.
1;....k1vn 70 43 .619
St Uhim 68 44 .607 1 l{ i
< hHggo 59 52 .532 10
55 54 .505 13 .
. .minnati 5! 82 .460 19
N t * Y*rk 49 63 .437 20%
HMi4d. ipl.la 47 C 2 .431 21
HttfAurgh 44 63 .411 23
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Club- W. L. Pet. G.B.
Bopt.yt 82 35 .701
Nt vi S itrk 07 48 .583 14
rvtroit 64 49 .566 16
Washing ton 57 60 .487 25
fit > eland -56 81 .479 26
t hi. ago ... 52 64 .448 2Sf%
v, l#, i4 . 40 4 .434 31
Ptidedelphia 35 81 .302 46%
half scheduled unmarred by de
feat—and they did.
What ‘‘got under the skin” of
the Cappers were the unsuccess
ful bids the Mechanics made for
runs early in the battle. They
really were “scares”.
Perez tripled for the Automen
in the first inning but died on
third. In the second, two walks
and a wild pitch put runners on
third and second but they also
died on the bags.
However, in the third, two
bases on balls and singles by Ca
rey and Sterling set the Cappers
“right” and changed “worry” into
confidence. They scored three
runs in that round and gave them
all the lead they needed for vic-
I tory. Griffin’s error aided in the
three-run rally.
In the fifth, they left no doubt
as to the final outcome. It was
thfen they scored a pair of mark
ers that doomed the Mechanics.
( Sterling singled in that two-run
i fifth-inning outburst. Kerr pol
ed a triple. Castro singled, scor
ing the two runners ahead of
him.
Roy’s Auto Parts made another
bid for the game in the sixth but
were held to two runs, all they
, could garner in the contest. Solo
mon was safe on an error. C.
} Valdez bunted safely. Haskins
was hit by the pitcher and the
bases were loaded. Lastres hit
Ito short, scoring Solomon and
Valdez. Haskins reached third,
j Lastres attempted to steal sec
! ond and was caught, catcher to
secondr. Haskins remained at
, third.
In the field, Fleitas, Cruz, Las
| tres and Meador played a great
game for the- losers, Santana and
, Machin for the victors. At bat,
; Sterling, two safeties; J. Garcia
and Perez, one each in their only
appearance at the plate, were the
. leaders.
Hancock, on the mound for the
[ Cappers, held the Mechanics to
, three hits. He walked only one
I player and struck out four.
Score by innings: R. H. E.
i Automen 000 002 o—2 3 1
i Cappers 003 020 x—s 7 4
Valdez and Fleitas; Hancock
and Castyo.
Three-base hits: Kerr, Perez;
sacrifice hit: J. Garcia; struck
out: by Valdez 4, by Hancock 4;
bases on balls: off Hancock i, off
Valdez 5; time of game: 1.10; um
pires: Tynes and Baker; scorer:
1 Aguilar.
Softball Standings
CLASS A
Club— W. L. Pet.
Bottle Cap Inn 4 0 1.000
Sher Jewelers 5 2 .714
American Legion 4 2 .667
Roy’s Auto Parts 4 3 .571
Adams Dairy 2 3 .400
Flying Eagles 2 3 .400
Vets of Foreign Wars 2 4 .333
CITY SPORTS
DIAMONDBALL
at Bayriew Park
(Night Games)
TONIGHT—
-7:3O—VFW vs. Roy’s Auto Sup
plies.
9:oo—Machinists vs. American
Legion.
THURSDAY—
-7:3o—Machinists vs. Flying
Eagles.
9:00 —B29’s vs. Adams Dairy.
FRIDAY—
-7:3o—Miami Daily News vs.
Delmonico.
9:oo—Griffin’s Bar vs. Miami
Herald.
RECREATION
Bayview Park—Tennis, Basket
ball and Handball Courts, Dia
mondball, Kiddy Playground,
Comfort Stations.
South Beach and Rest Beach-
Swimming.
Gulf Dock and Rest Beach—
Deepsea Fishing. Small Boats.
The English word guest stems
from hostis, a Latin word mean
ing enemy.
The Chinese were using coal
and gas for heating purposes in
the sixth century.
Softball Confab
Tomorrow Night
A meeting of the Key West
Softball Association has been
called for tomorrow night at 7:30
o’clock at the City Hall by Neil
Saunders, acting chairman of the
association.
The main business of the meet
ing is to decide which teams of
the Class A City League will be
selected to play the 2*issen Bow- {
ery Bums of Miami in a double
header in Key West on August
31st.
Other matters of interest to
softball enthusiasts are scheduled
for discussion and all managers,
as well as officials of the associa
tion, are expected to be present.
Scheduled Games
of Miami Seahawks
Scheduled home games of the
Miami Seahawks follow:
October 7—San Francisco’s "49-
ers”.
November 11—Chicago Rock
ets. i
November 18—Buffalo Bisons.
November 20—Los Angeles’
Dons. .
December 2—Browns of Cleve
land.
December 9—-New York Yan
kees.
December 16—Brooklyn Dodg
ers.
All games are to be played at
night and the kick-off time will
be 8:15 o’clock.
Million Consumptives.
Die Annually In India
BOMBAY, India. (AP)
Dr. A. C. Ukil, tuberculosis ex-*
pert for the All-India Institute
of Hygiene and Public Health atr
Calcutta, says 1,000,000 persons a
year die of tuberculosis in India
and the incidence is growing.
He said statistics indicated that
up to one percent of all inhabi
tants in rural areas, one to three
percent in small towns and three
to seven percent in larger com
munities had active tuberculosis,
half of them in a communicable
stage.
Dr. Ukil said India had only
about one hospital bed for each
1,200 cases requiring isolation.
Public health workers, he said,
hope to obtain government grants
of about one rupee per capita,
compared with two to three
rupees per capita expended for
tuberculosis control in western
countries.
CONVENIENT BOLT
GUNNISON, Utah.—After se
lecting a chicken in the barn
yard to kill for dinner, Mrs. Verl
Anderseon ducked under a tree
as a storm came up. Lightning
struck the tjee, tossed Mrs. An
derson against the house and
killed the chicken. Although
somewhat bruised, Mrs. Ander
son finished preparing the bird
for dinner.
LEGALS
NOTICE I N I)loll FICTITIOUS
\AME STATITE
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious
name of "Key West Garden and
Lawn Supply", 914 Fleming Street,
Key West. Florida, intend to reg
ister the said fictitious name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Monroe County, Florida.
Fated August 12. 11*46.
CHARLES H. WARDLOW,
KKRMIT H. LKWIN.
, Sole Owners.
augl.F-20-27; septS,l946
IV THE CIHCI'IT fOIHT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIKCCIT
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR MONROE COC.NTT.
IN CHANCERY.
Cnee No. 10*852
ROBERT DONALD MILLS.
Plaintiff, DIVORCE
* vs.
WINIFRED MARY MILLS.
Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: Winifred Mary Mills,
General Delivery, Station A,
Boston, Mass.
You are hereby required to ap
pear to the Bill for Divorce filed
against you in the above styled
cause on .or before the 16th day of
September, A. D. 1946, otherwise
the allegations contained therein
will be taken as confessed.
Done and Ordered at Key West,
Florida, this 17th day of August,
A. D. 1946.
(Circuit Court
Seal) Ross C Sawyer
Clerk of Circuit Court.
By Florence E. Sawyer,
Deputy Clerk.
Enrique Esquinaldo, Jr.,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
aug2o-27 ;sept3-l 0,1946
IN THE CIRC FIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA.
IN AND FOK MOXHOF. COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY.
Case No. 10-835
GERALD ULM HOWELL,
Plaintiff.
vs DIVORCE
HELEN LOUISE McMAHON ULM
HOWELL,
Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
To: Helen Louise McMahon Ulm
Howell,
3080 Shelter Road,
Riverdale, Norfolk, Virginia.
You are hereby required to ap
pear to the Bill for Divorce filed
against you in the above styled
cause on or before the 6th day of
September. A. D. 1946. otherwise
thu allegations contained therein
will be taken as confessed.
Done and Ordered at Ivey West,
Florida, this sth day of August, A.
D- 1946.
(Circuit Court _ „
Seat) Ross C Sawyer
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Bv: Kathleen Nottage
Deputy Clerk.
William V. Albury,
Attorney for Plaintiff. ....
aug6-13-20-21,19 4b
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN
LEGALS
- - -
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(IMB Probate Act. Im. 11S. *>_’
is tub rorirr op the coi sn
JUDGE, MOSROG COCSTY, FLA.
IX PROBATE.
In re: Estate of
SAM R. BETHEA, also known as
SAMUEL R. BETHEA, also known
8. R. BETHEA,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and Persons Hav
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the.
estate of Sam R. Bethea, deceased,
late of Marengo County, State of
Alabama, to the County Judge of
Monroe County. Florida, at his office
In the oourt house of said County at ,
Key West, Florida, within eight cal
endar months from the time of ib#;
first publication of this notice.
Each claim or demand shall be in
writing, and shall state the place
of residence and post office address
of the claimant, and shall be sworn
t'o by the claimant, his agent, or ;
.attorney, and any such claim or de
mand not so filed shall be void.
HENRY O. BETHKA,
As ancillary executor of the Last
Will and Testament of SAM R.
BETHEA, deceased.
jul 30; aug 6-13-20,1946
LEGAL S6TICE
Notice is hereby given that o*l
the 7th day of September, A. -D.
1946, the undersigned as Guardian
of the estate of Lionel H. Plum
mer, a person non compos mentis,
will make application to the Hon
orable Raymond R. Lord, County
Judge, Monroe County, Florida, for
authority to sell the foUowing
described real estate, the property
of said ward;
On the Island of Key West,
and known on Wm. A. White
head's map of said Island, de
lineated in February, A. D. 1829,
as part of Lot One (1) in Square
Thirty-six <36), being triangular
in shape and more particularly
described as follows:
From the corner of Elisabeth
and Fleming Streets as a point of
reference, commence at a point
which is 128.82 feet from Fleming
Street and 156 ’feet from Eliza
beth Street, and run thence in a
Southeasterly direction and par
allel with Elizabeth Street 2.82
feet; thence at right angles in a
and par
allel with Fleming Street 53
feet; thence in a Southwesterly
direction 53 feet more or less to
the point of beginning.
GRACE OLIVE PLUMMER,
Guardian of, and Curator of
the Estate of Lionel H.
Plummer.
augfi-l 3-20-27,1946
XOTK’fi TO CREDITOR*
(llKia Probate Aet, See*. 11*. 1201
IX THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
JUDGE. MONROE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.
In re: Estate of
CATHERINE MALONEY,
also known as Katie Malortev,
Deceased.
TO ALL CREDITOR’* AND PER
SONS HAVING CLAIMS Oil DE
MANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE*
You and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present
any claims and demands which
you, or either of you. may have
against the estate of Catherine
Maloney, also known as Katie
Maloney, deceased, late of said
County, to the County Judge of
Monroe County, Florida, at his
office In the court house of said
County at Key West, Florida, with
in eight calendar months from the
time of the first publication of this
notice. Each claim or demand shall
be in writing, and shall atate the
place of residence and post offiee
address of the claimant, and shall
be sworn to by the claimant, his
agent, or his attorney, a’ad any
such claim or demand not so filed
shall be void.
RUTH M. PIERCE,
As administratrix of the Es
tate of Catherine Maloney,
also known as Katie Maloney,
deceased.
aug2o-2?;sept.‘i-10,1046
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TITO
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL IVRCi Pl'
IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY.
STATE OF FLORIDA. IN CHAN
CERY.
CMI> No. 10-81?
GLORIA SUAREZ CONNER
KONCINBKI,
Plaintiff.
vs. DIVORCE ACTIOS
WALTER S. KONCTXBKI.
Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
To: Walter 8. Koneinski.
R. F. D. No. 3,
Box 76
Norwich, Connecticut
You are hereby required to ap
pear to the Bill of Complaint, for
divorce, in the above styled cause
on the 6th day of September, A.
D, 3 946. otherwise the allegations
therein will be taken as confessed.
This order to be published once
a Week for four consecutive weeks
in The Key West Citizen a news
paper published in Key West, Flor
ida.
L*pne and Ordered this sth day of
August. A. D. 1940.
(SEAL) Ross C Sawyer ,
Clerk of ,the Circuit Court
'■ Monroe County, Florida
By: Mary K. Woodson, D.C.
THOMAS 8.- CARO. ,
Solicitor for the Plaintiff.
aug6-13-20-27,1946
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
MONROE COUNTY. IN CHAN
CERY.
E. R. LOWE and CLAUDE F. LOWE,
Plaintiffs,
vK.
REUBEN IT. STO W E and VIR
GINIA F. STOWE, his wife: the
unknown spouse of MORTIMER
If. STOWE, deceased, et al..
Defendants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA:
TO: THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE of
MORTIMER D. STOWE, de
ceased; and
ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS, devisees,
grantees, assignees, lienors, cred
itors. trustees, or other parties
or claimants claiming by, through,
under or against the said MOR
TIMER D. STOWE, deceased; and,
ALL PARTIES having or claim
ing to have any right, title or in
terest in the following described
property situated lying and being
In Monroe County, Fla., to wit:
Government Lots, 1,3, 4,5, 6
and 7 of Section 15. Township
66 South, Range 32 East in
Monroe County, State of Flor
ida, containing 250 acres more
or less.
You are hereby ordered and re- j
quired to file your appearance on
or before August 30, 1946, in the 1
above styled cause now pending in
the Circuit Court of the Eleventh
Judicial Circuit of Florida in and
for Monroe County wherein E. R.
Lowe and Claude F. Lowe are
plaintiffs and the above named
parties, and others, are defendants,
and In default of such appearance,
a decree pro confesso will he entered
against you. Said suit was institu
ted for the purpose of quieting
plaintiffs’ title to said premises
and removing a cloud therefrom.
This order to be published ones
each week for four consecutive
weeks in The Key Wlest Cititen.
DONE AND ORDERED at the
Court House in Key West, Florida,
this 29th day of July, A.D. 1946.
(SEAL) ROSS. C. SAWYER,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Monroe County. Florida.
Bv: KATHLEEN NOTTAGE.
JOSEPH OTTO.
Attorney for Plaintiffs.
jul 30: auf 6-13-20,1944
’ One-Minute Sports Quiz
1. Where was the second Demp
sey-Tunney fight staged?
2. Was Max Baer ever heavy
weight champion of the world?
• S. Was Max Schmeling ever
world heavyweight champion?
€. Who won the 1943 world
series?
5. How many games were
played in last year’s world series?
ANSWERS:
1. Philadelphia.
2. Yes.
3. Tes.
4. The New York Yankees.
5. Seven games.
2,775 HOLLS OF
GOOD NEWS
RIO DE JANEIRO—AP— The
Canadian ship Montreal City
brought good news to the news
papers of Sao Paulo and this
capitol of Brazil on its latest
voyage from Canada. The Mon
treal City unloaded 2,775 rolls of
badly needed Canadian news
print for the two cities.
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"OTHER things S buy fiaveN
I gone sky-high. ~ . but S
/i/' j Jg||! Greyhound fares
are as low as
euf l in Pre-War Days!
IT’S TRUE! That upward spiral of price rise hasn't so much as budged
Greyhound fares. They have remained normal just as low as befere-the-war
days. This is more remarkable too, since costs and maintenance of operating
bus lints have risen sharply all along the line.
does Greyhound do it? Well - it's no trade secret. The backbone of
Greyhound Lines formula for success is more and better service to more people.
Expansion and augmented service ... efficient operation and the introduction
of newest equipment have all combined to hold the line on bus fares.
T - x
Your travel dollar really buys more today than ever before in bus line
transportation.
BUS TERMINAL
Southard and Bahama Streets Phone 242
OBEYHOUM*
Bears Appetite Too
Much To Cone With
. SANTA FE, N. M.—(AP)—The
T. J. Cope family just couldn't
cope with a 140-pound yearling
black bear with an insatiable ap
petite.
The bear showed up at the
Cope home, was fed and became
a pet. Soon he began to take over.
He broke into the meat house
and the kitchen after food and
drove picnickers away from their
lunch.
Cope told the state game de
partment it was more than he
could bear. Game officials went
out to trap the animal. The bear
resisted and had to be shot.
Cut glass is pressed not cut
—into shape.
SLEEPfONffiHT
Don’t Be ewake tossing, tumbling and get up
in the morning worn out, exhausted. If you
do not sleep well because of nervous tension.
Serves negd quieting, try SEDATABS. Ingre
dients used by Doctors. Use only as directed
Satisfaction or money back.
Sold, by Central Pharmaer
Division and White Sts.
NO WONDER
it's good .... it's
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PAGE THREE
300 POUND STATUE STOLEN
WOODSTOCK, lU—The thiev.
I es who stole the white statue of
' a lion from Alfred Scyfefth,
! manufacturer of statues; itmst
| have been husky. It weifhe-i
1 300 pounds.
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