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B Villa* ii * * 1 •••" ,s * a*,# Mt* Mailing I.‘ 2 base pB A* vttda. (It mm. stolen pMMgNk, P W alfee* •#*# *ifn e. Oster g, ~ ,• t o 41 C>t* rhoudt. M hits MMit * in 3 innings, double pi ,ya WmmAtms t* Mira to Mira; Blllih I BoMt mnptre*, Villareal ami Avcm#* am, Aguilar. WlUall Standing MMi ITAMMMB ißarand Hall * wd* W 1- Pot ftk- *W4 ap Inn 14 5 .737 I IMS J.' wafertf * ( I n fegHpan II 8 847 i an I # l- Adman i* • 7 II 1 350 ri hi; Flare Your Refrigeration j on a REAL ICE BASK if u Will Got GUARANTEED Refrigeration Service M A m mMm pp U More Economical! REAL ICE Thonpsou Enterprises, Inc. I . **nw , &> oy rftOMI ■ Diamond Dost . • .f-i- NESTOR CASTANEDA . .1 is. Baseball fans awaiting the sec ond doubleheader of the Winter [League Sunday can mull over , some of the highlights of last week's opening games. Here are some of the “firsts” of the open ing day: Cheta Baker, star outfielder with the Red Raiders, scored the first hit and the first run; team mate Roberts drove . borne the I first run. got the first extra base hit, and the first triple. Andy Aluiuo, Pirate rightfielder, belt ed the first double, and commit ted the first error. Danny Lastres, the Pirates' star shortstop, stole the first base, and- made the first sacrifice. ■ Robert Santana* Pirate sec ond sgcker, made the first put oui. and was the first strike out victim. Bubher Sweeting. Raider burler, made the first assist, and yeas the pitcher to strike out the first batter. Pancho Salinero was the pitch er to walk the first batter. C. Albury, Raider outfielder, was the first man to reach first on a walk, and J. Garcia’s catch of Roberts' long drive irr the fourth inning with the bases loaded was the first good catch of the season. Fidel Lopez, Blue Sox. short stop, handled nine chances flaw lessly. . . . Cruz, who relieved Vi dal in the second for the Sox, did a fine job of relief hurling, lim iting the .Trojans to six hits the rest of the way. ... Joe Dome nech pitched 3 1,-3 innings for the Trojans Sunday, and didn't allow a hit. Clayton Sterling, heavy-hit ting first baseman of the Raid ers. was not in the starting lineup, due to illness, but had to make an appearance later in the game as a pinch hitter. . . . It was reported that Ralph Ar nold. former Raider shortstop, will be at his old post come next Sunday. He had been out ill for almost three months, but it is expected that be will re gain his old form soon. Skip Rueda, Trojan outfielder, handled five chances without an error, and turned in one of the fielding gems of the day when he went deep in back of second to stop Villareal’s ground hit, and convert it into an out. Roller Skating Tonight The Regular Friday night rol ler, skating narty pf the City Recreational'department will be held from 7:30 to o’clock to-. night gt Bayview Park. Music isi planned as' 'well as games and | races. Mrs. Lee Thompson and j Bill Porter will assist Miss Jane j Hopkins of the* Recreational De- j partment' in’* the' events.’ UNUSUAL WATERTOWN, N. Y.—On Sep- j tember 14, 1945, the stork pre sented Paul Lyng’s wife, Mary,! with a son, and his brother Ed ward’s wife, also named Mary, ; with a daughter. On October 15, j 1946, the stork made another vis- j it to the brothers, leaving a daughter, for Paul’s wife and a son for Edward’s wife. -- Your Grocer SELLS That GOOD'] STAR * BRAND AMERICAN j and CUBAN UJt F tith Try A Pound Today!! 1 Basketball loop Draws Fifteen Probable Entries There are still two openings in the Men's Senior Basketball League, Class A, Recreational Di rector Dwight Hunter said today. Games announced yesterday were not exclusively for Senior League teams, he said, but are exhibitions. Official league play will commence in about two weeks. Teams expected to be entered in' the city’s four basketball leagues are as follows: fcfeN'S SENIOR LEAGUE CLASS A Louis Carbone|Ll Luncheon ette Red Raiders. Key West Transit Company. Coca Cola. Radio. CLASS B -Police Athletic League. Lindsley Lumber. Harry Osterhaudt's Team. MEN'S JUNIOR LEAGUE Catholic Youth. Police Athletic League. Porter Allen Insurance. Key West High School Jun ior Varsity. GIRL'S LEAGUE Lions Club. Key West High School. Police Athletic League. Catholic Youth. Six teams are needed for each league. Organizations wishing to enter should contact Director Hunter. Softball Schedule BAYVIEW PARK (Nights) MONDAY— -7:3o—American Legion vs. VFW (Exhibition). 9:00—Bottle Cap Inn vs. 829 Jewelers. TUESDAY— -7:3o—Roy’s Auto Parts vs. Adams Dairy (Exhibi tion). 9:3o—Bottle Cap Inn vs. 829 Jewelers. The MAXWELL CO. m, Specialises All Types of Hotel, Restaurant and W U Bar Equipment We are now in the position to serve your needs with any type of equipment you may need. We can fully equip restaurants with all necessary require ments, which include . . . • GLASSWARE •DISHES •SILVER •KITCHEN EQUIPMENT RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT and SUPPLIES n. MAXWELL C 0...- Furniture and Furnishings PHONE 682 909 Fleming Street. Corner Margaret St. Key West, Fla. *■■■■■ VENETIAN BLINDS j ——11 I Overseas Transportation Company, Inc. Fast, Dependable Freight and Express Service Between MIAMI and KEY WEST Also Serving ALL POINTS on Florida Keys Between Miami and Key West Express Schedule: (No Slops En Route) LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EX CEPT SUNDAYS) al 6:00 P. M. Ar rives at Miami al 12:00 o'clock Mid night. (. LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock Mid , night and arrives at Key West at 6:00 o'clock A. M. Local Schedule: (Stops At All Intermediate Points) LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EX CEPT SUNDAYS) at 8:00 o'clock A. M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00 o'- clock P.M. LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) at 9:00 o'clock A.M. and arrives at Key West at 5:00 o'clock P.M. FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY SERVICE FULL CARGO INSURANCE Office: 813 Caroline Street Phones: 92 and 68 WAREHOUSE: Corner Eaton and Francis Streets THE HEX WEST CITIZEN Key West In Days Gone By AS TAKEN FROM FILES OF THE CITIZEN OF * NOVEMBER 8, 1936 Benjamin F. Lowe, son of Mr. and Mrs. William B. Knowles, was reported today to be critic ally ill of infantile paralysis in i the Jackson Memorial Hospital in j Miami. W. A. Parrish informed The Citizen over the telephone this morning that a party of three New "Yorkers, -who went out from that place in a motorboat to fish in Hawk’s Channel, came near losing their lives. The boat sprang a leak, and all of the boat sub merged except the bow', to winch the three men clung for 15 hours before they were rescued. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bearup to day announced the birth of a son in their home at 514 Margaret street. The newcomer weighed nine and one-quarter pounds, t Mrs. Sarah Jane'Pinder died at 5 o’clock Saturday afternoon in ; her home at 521 Francis street, j Funeral services will be conduct ; ed this afternoon by the society | of Brethren. j Edward Franklin Johnson, 63, l died at 9:30 last night in a local hospital, following a lingering ill ness. Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon in the First Methodist Church. Everready Star Club will meet tomorrow 7 afternoon in the home of Mrs. Willard M. Albury on | White street. l The Misses Mary and Louise Falk left Saturday for’ Miami to visit relatives. Today The Citizen says in an editorial paragraph: j “The slot machines are out and the players in, w r hen the law 7 is put into effect.” HURRICANE HIGHLIGHTS (Special to The CUlxen) CORAL GABLES, Nov. B. j Eleven men have scored touch downs for the University of Mi-, ami Hurricanes this fall. Save only against North Carolina, each game has found at least one play er making his first touchdown of the year. Captain Harry Ghaul, who tallied 100 points for the Uni versity of Miami in 1945, is again leading the team. After getting only five points in the first four games, Ghaul picked up nine against Chattanooga and 14 against Villanova to bring his total to 28 points in six contests. Miami, which has played to -121,000 fans in four home foot ball games, has drawn 47,000 more in two road games to bring its total of six football games to 168,000 this fall. j I Miami’s two road football games this season broke all exist ing records for a University of 1 Florida home game at slightly over 21,000 and set a five-year record for Villanova in Philadel phia at 26,000. Army drew only 54 MINUTES To< MIAMI $595 (ONE WAY) . THREE ' , MAMI CONVENIENT .. / FLIGHTS DAILY / -C"VA*O >imt pST 4S# (Jf his eyes light tup I \5 Ar) : ) whence sees* what 1 \v you him at I yJ POLLOCKS / -v Infagi io of classic birtlutone • I lodge, tOK gold signet ing. Pollock’s, , ! v >> Is. i oual it y I s* ;C \ \iL 'Ww J€UJ€ L€ e S I ¥ 514 Duval Slreet 22,000 at Philly against Villa- 1 nova. I By defeating Villanova, 28- 21. in Philadelphia, Nov. 1. th® Hurricane* turned in their sixth consecutive interseciional victory. Texas Aggies bopped Miami back in 1944 but no easi ern team has humbled Coach Jack Harding's Floridians since. Catholic U. did it, 20-18. in 1940 on two field goals by Pete Cachon, plus two touch i downs engineered by the same i lad. TWO HOTELS in . .7 Located in the Heart of the City Rates RAOM6 Writo ot Wlrp Reasonable IiUUmIiJ for Resaryfetlona with BATH and TELEPHONE Ford Hotel Pershing Hotel 60 SUE. 3rd Stmt 22)8 VS. Mt AWW 80 Rooms - Elevator 100 Room* * Eleyjptoe Solarium Heated 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION gjyu-.T**. 1 M- rasarshJL. j.) -^smsaf NOTICE t f The CITY ELECTRIC SYSTEM i* Reviewing All Applications for Eleetric Ranges and Electric Water Heaters \* 4. 1 Please advise this utility of A• • ' V, your plans and if it is at *ll j possible we will render service. The copper and transformer git* * nation is still critical. However, every means within our power will foe exer cised to furnish your eleetric service. } City Etectrio System PAGE THREE Shower for Mqrie WiU Be Held Tomorrow A shower for Rose 3s* rie Ar ,cher. daughter of ljsr. and Mr> Franklin Archer, of 616 Ash street, w'ill be held topjqrrpw a 7;30 p. m„ at the dence, fO6 Grinnell street. A1 friends and relatives axe include* in the invitation. Miss Archer will wed Ralp? Armstrong, of Troy, if. at th | Gospel Hall, Southard street Monday, November 11. j A mosquito dpes not lay egg until it has eaten blood.