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Eife 2vcy West Citizen Published Dally, Except Sunday, by L. P. AKTMAN, Owner and Pabllaher JOK ALLEN, ltnaines* Manager From The Citizen Building: Corner Greene and Ann Streeta Ci/y Daily Newspaper In Key West and Monroe County atered at Key West, Florida, as second elasa matter MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to _se lor republication of all news dispatches credited It or not otherwise credited in this paper and .Iso the local news published here. SUBSUMPTION RATES >e Year - r.g Months • Months -* *•]* jiu s Month - —i weekly ± J ADVERTISING RATES ' , V ; Made lcnowrt,on application. . S special notice All readme notices, cards of thanks, resolutlOWfc of respect, obituary itCy Will - be*, jfcaraed for at the rate of lo cents a . ii<s for entertainment by churchea worn whn h a revenue L* to b$ derived are S cents a line. The citizen la an open “Morum and invites dia ,:,o;on of tfOhllc issues and subjects of local or .’f-neral Interest but It will not publish anonymous tonimunicatrbnH. IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN 1. More Hotels and Apartments. 2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. 3. Airports—Land and* Sea. 4. Consolidation of County and City Governments. 5. Community Auditorium. SOME PEOPLE HATE THE F.P.C. It is easy interests in the United nounce tlje Po\sto Xgmaiasion. Y Recently, the J Montana Power Comply to make ac- J cotHitmg 'cTtUtrstmentsr declaring that it j ,)und write-ups and ‘ other improper; chanres to the plant account of the Com pany. amounting tP $46,891,597, or eighty per cent of the original cost of the electric properties as of January 1, 1937. Naturally, those who operate the Montana Power Company are convinced 'hat the rights of individuals have been thrown to the wolves and that private in itiative and rugged individualism has been sabotaged by the bureaucrats of the Gov ernment. The average individual knows that the public utility companies of the nation, < njoying monopolies in most of the terri tories they serve, :nv t,p .estab lish rates designed to guarantee them a fair return on tJieir investment. Obviously, ij a power company can wangle its invest ment account and secure rates that per mit a fair return on the manipulated total, the company manages to increase its re turn on invested funds. / We believe that those who invest money in public utilities are r return and that Tates for tm?* services'* they render should be adequate to provide this return. We do not believe, however, that the owners of a.public utility, if they >ee fit to double the amount of “invest ment” by fictitious write-ups, should be allowed to charge rates to pay a fair re turn on the fictitious valuation. Public utility interests in the United States, particularly before the regulatory legislation passed since 1932, got by with murder. The subsidization of professional men, the corruption of public officials, the euret employment .of propagandists, and other obnoxious and pernicious habits minted the reputation of all public utilities the good inevitably suffering from the evil practices of the unscru- A trader with an advantage is always ready to make the next move. There are ways to distinguish an in dividual who has just gotten some surplus cash. The false impressions that headlines m and news stories create depend upon the ; gnorance of readers. Veterans home from the war find it dificult to get clothes, houses, education and jobs. Isn’t is time for the government, ■\hich got busy to draft them, to get busy to help them? \ Advertising js a device tcMrCquaint prospective buyers with what you have • r sale; if you haven’t anything to sell, that customers want, there is no .to* advertise even in The Citizen. -yieve * .. - 1. . . The proposed loan to Great Britain Js an illustration of the saying that to help yourself in the long run, you must help somebody else in the short run. But we I<?nt Great Britain some billions in World V\ ar I, which was never repaid, in fact •°t even a token payment was made, so he illustration doesn’t work out, at least lot in regard to Great Britain. HEARSAY AND GOSSIP Whenever we make a statement that reflects on the integrity of a man, we should be positive that we are in a position to prove what we said. If all of us adhered to that principle, contentions would be reduced to a mini mum, but so many of us are carried away by hearsay, and pass it on to the next listener, we create our own pitfalls. Lawyers will tell you that the two hardest things (o . prove are ©barges of MMlEnspir*cK an&fc* for that is that the receiver as wejl as the giver of graft is, guilty of having committed a crime, and neither will accuse the, other, oxcept in rare cases, because he is aware it£%ould involve hifiaelf, and, as to con spiracy, those who take part in it know that the “squealer” is equally guilty, and that when he “squeals”, the others will turn on him and sometimes kill him. Even in cases where they do not attack him, the burden of proof is on him, with his former co-conspirators testifying solidly against him. A former employe of the city of Key West, who served honestly for many years, remarked to The Citizen that he felt morally certain that graft had occurred locally, but that, were he put on a witness stand, he would not be able to prove a single word of what had been told him. And so it' goes, and, going so, we ["should be circumspect., The primary rulej b'iiwnamtaining that attitude is diot to refn f peatske**4tay. Hearsay,' .tinder the name of* j gossip, causes more'conflict in social life* than any other thing. Just let a man and a woman be identified with a legal case, ! and immediately a hundred stories, with no basis in fact, is retailed about them. An expert is a loquacious gent<among strangers. We are indignant with other men’s vices and tolerant of our own. It’s your business how you drive your automobile, provided you do not endanger other people.*.. According to scientists, there has been life of some sort on the earth faihe form of jelly-fish for about 1200 million years. So it took that length of time for jelly-fish* to evolve into man, but we still have jelly-fish today, and why didn’t they, too, also undergo the same metiiVnor phosis instead of retaining their present form? For the first time in history, the Fed eral Reserve System has raised margin re quirements for the buying of securities- to one hundred per cent. The action is taken to halt a stock market boom and to pre vent use of credit in stock market transac tions. Marriner F. Eccles, chairman of the Reserve Board, who advocated inflationary measures at the bottom of the depression, has been an outspoken prophet of trouble ahead unless the inflationary spiral can be stopped. He considers the “vast accum ulation of currency and bank deposits” as the primary source of the inflation danger “which overhangs the domestic economy on all fronts.” He believes that too much of the war was financed e©m§ne?esa4 bank credits and not 9!M! the savings of the public. “The supply of money will to increase,” warns Mr. Eccles, “as long as the Treasury monetizes the public debt through the sale of government securities through the banking system.” He thinks that the process should be stopped “by bringing about a balanced budget” and “through measures to check further un necessary expansion of commercial bank holdings 'of government securities.” There will be many to applaud Mr. Eccles’s suggestion that the budget should be balanced. This can be done by cutting down expenditures and by maintaining the Government’s income. Practically every business man in the nation is shout ing for a balanced most of them lay stress upon the cutting of expenditures and conveniently forget tfcfe necessity of iffl&nti&fi taxation*. * " boo - The:‘public should not dose sight' €f the fact that Congress, last year, instituted tax reductions which robbed the Federal Treasury of more than $5,000,000,000 of estimated income. This was done in spite of the fact that war expenditures had not ceased, that the budget was seriously un balanced and that individuals and cor porations, enjoying higher incomes than usual, were in a position to pay the higher taxes without excessive hardships. THE KEY WEST CITIZEN FIRST WOMAN DIPLOMAT BOSTON.—Ruth, Bryan Owen Rohde was” America’s first wom an diplomat. She was minister to Denmark. LAID IN YEAR 1793 NEW YORK.—The cornerstone j cf the Capitol was laid by Geo- j rge Washington on September i 18, 1793. ORDINANCE NO. 18, COMMISSION SERIES | AN ORDINANCE PERMITTING; THE'ISSUANCE OF LICENSES) FOR THE BUSINESS OF VEN4I DORS WHO MAY CONDUCT A BUSINESS OF SELLING INTOX ICATING LIQUORS, WINES AND BEERS, REGARDLESS OF ALCOHOLIC, CONTENT WHERE CONSUMPTION ON THE PREMISES IS PERMITTED;! PROVIDED SUCH BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED IN CONNECTION WITH A RESTAURANT BUSI NESS HAVING A SEATING CA PACITY OF NOT LESS THAN ONE HUNDRED (100) SEATS AND IS BEING CONDUCTED AT THE TIME OF PASSAGE OF THIS ORDINANCE; AND PROVIDING THAT SUCH LI CENSE MAY BE ISSUED ONLY TO SUCH RESTAURANT BUSI NESSES EXISTING IN LOCALI TIES WHERE SUCH BUSINESS IS PERMITTED ACCORDING TO THE PROVISIONS OF ORDI NANCE NO. 380, COUNCIL SE RIES, OF THE ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF KEY WEST,! FLORIDA* AND PROVIDING ■ 1 HAT NO BAR SHALL BE PER .MIFTED AND TftAT DRINKS .SHALL BE SERVED ONLY AT ‘taJbleb With meals during I LAWFUL HOURS: AND PRO VIDING FURTHER NO SUCH LICENSE SHALL BE ISSUED) FOR A PLACE OF BUSINESS) WITHIN 300 FEET OF ANY ES- i TABLISHED CHURCH OR SCHOOL; AND PROVIDING A PENALTY FOR THE VIOLA TION THEREOF; AND PROVID ING WHEN ORDINANCE GOES INTO EFFECT. Be it enacted by the City Com mission of The City of Key West, Florida: *jf Section 1. All persons, firms or corporations engaged in con ducting a restaurant business, having a seating capacity of not less than one hundred (100) seats, in The City of Key West, Florida; at the time this ordinance is pass ed and adopted, shall be eligible to obtain a license to conduct un der the conditions hereinafter set forth, the following business, to-• wit: Vendors who may conduct a business of selling intoxicat ing liquors, wines and beers, regardless of alcoholic con tent, where consumption on the premises is permitted; provided that a license as such vendor shall be issued only for the same location in which said restaurant business is now being and provide*} .further that a license as such vendor may be issued only to the proprietor or proprietors of a restaurant business existing in localities where such business is permitted according to the provisions of Ordinance No. 380, Council Se ries, of the ordinances of The City of Key West, Florida, and provid ed further that the conditions un der which business as said vendor may be conducted are fixed as follows: No bar or bar counter will be permitted in such restau rant or place of business and all drinks shall be served only at ta bles with meals during the regu lar meal hours, provided that said meal hours do not conflict with the hours for the sale and dis pensation of liquor under existing ordinances. Section 2. That no such license shall be issued under the pro visions of this ordinance . for a of business which is within tip eg punched <300) feet of |ny established church or school, such distance to be measured fqom main entrance of such place of business to main entrance of the school or church, and as the pe destrian walks. Section 3. Upon conviction of a first offense of violating any of the provisions of this ordi nance, such violator shall be fined not more than Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars or imprisoned in the City Jail for not more than sixty days; upon a subsequent convic tion of violating any of the pro visions of this ordinance, the li cense of such violator shall be re voked by the Municipal Judge. Section 4. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with the provisions of this ordi nance are hereby repealed to the extent of such conflict Section 5. ’This ordinance shall go into effect immediately upon its passage and adoption and au thentication t>y the' Signature of the presiding officer and the Clerk of the Commission and pub lication thereof one time in a newspaper of general circulation published in the City of Key West, Florida. Read and passed on first read ing at a regular meeting held January 15th, 1946. Read and passed on final read ing at a regular meeting held February sth, 1946. WM. W. DEMERITT, Attest: Mayor. ROY HAMLIN, City Clerk. feb7,1946 ORDINANCE NO. 20, COMMISSION SERIES AN ORDINANCE AMENDING! ORDINANCE NO. 380, COUNCIL! SERIES, THE SAME BEING AN I ORDINANCE ENTITLED: “AN i i ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR i ZONING WITHIN THE CITY | LIMITS OF THE CITY OF KEY I WEST; DEFINING WORDS AND ; PHRASES FOR THE INTERPRE TATION OF SAME; DIVIDING THE CITY INTO DISTRICTS; REGULATING AND REDIS TRICTING THE HEIGHT. NUM ) BER OF STORIES AND SIZE OF BUILDING AND OTHER j STRUCTURES IN EACH DIS TRICT ‘ r PROVIDING THE PER CENTAGE OF LOTS THAT MAY BE OCCUPIED, THE ’SIZE OF \ ARDS, COURTS AND OTHER OFEN SPACES AND THE DENSITY OF POPULATION; j REGULATING THE USE OF !BUILDINGS, STRUCTURES AND LAND FOR TRADE, INDUSTRY, RESIDENCE OR OTHER PUR FOSES; REGULATING THE PLANNING OF SUBDIVISIONS AND THE USE OF UNDEVEL OPED TRACTS; GIVING CER TAIN POWERS TO THE BUILD ING INSPECTOR; PROVIDING FOR PENALTIES FOR THE VIO LATION OF THIS ORDINANCE; PROVIDING THE TIME THAT THIS ORDINANCE Sft ALL TAKE EFFECT AND REPEAL ING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT THEREWITH.”; DE CLARING THIS ORDINANCE TO BE AN EMERGENCY MEAS URE AND BY UNANIMOUS VOTE OF THE COMMISSION DISPENSING . WITH THE NE : fESSITY OF READING THIS §RDINANC£ AT ..TWO REGlfc PROVIDING WHEN ORDI** NANCE Q&ES INTO EFFECT. 3 * Be it enaetea i<h*' I 'City ifhission of The City of Key West. Florida: * hi..;' : V Section 1. That Sub-Sec. B of Section 2, Ordinance 380, Coun cil Series, be amended by adding the following afler the last para graph of Residence “AB” Dis tricts: EXCEPTING Lot 4, Tract 7, North Beach, owned by George G. Gomez. Section 2. That Sub-Sec. B of Section 2, Ordinance 380, Council Series, be amended by adding the following after the last paragraph of Industrial “A” Districts: ALSO Lot 4, Tract 7, North Beach, owned by George G. Gomez. Section 3. All ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby re pealed,- Section 4. This ordinance., is hereby declared to be an emerg ency measure on the grounds that TRls‘ * ordinance"’7s' necessary for preservation of peace, health, prosperity and safety of the peo ple of The City of Key We*t, Florida. Section 5. That the reaching of this ordinance at two Regular nieejinyjZs.Aot less than ond week fpejeby dispensed with by unanimous vote of thei Com mission. Section 6. This ordinance shaU go into effect immediately upon its passage and adoption and au thentication by the signature of the presiding officer and the Clerk of the Commission and pub lication therof one time in a newspaper of general circulation published in The City of Key West, Florida. Passed and adopted by The City Commission at a meeting held this 25th day, of January, A.D. 1946. WM. W. DEMERITT, Attest: Mayor. ROY HAMLIN, City Clerk. feb7,1946 —— ** __ LEGALS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY* IN CHANCJHCY. •• Case No. 10-511 Claire Duffy Sokolowski, . Plaintiff, „ v - DIVORCE Bernard Sokolowski, Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION To: BERNARD SOKOLOWSKI, 115 N. Main Street, Webster, Massachusetts Tou 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 February, A. D. 1946. otherwise the allegations contained therein will be taken as confessed. Done and Ordered at Key West, Florida, this 16th day of January, A. D. 1946. (Circuit Court Seal) ROSS C. SAWYER, By: (sd) Florence E. Sawyer , . Deputy Clerk ENRIQUE ESQUINALDO, JR., Attorney for Plaintiff. Janl7-24-31.feb7.1946 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR MO V ROE COEMti IN chancery. < •• .smTm, Defendant. * ORDER OF PUBLICATION) TO: Cosma McCullbugh ' ’ Box No. J 344 ~ , - . Luddbck Texas You are hereby to ap pear to the Bill for Divorce filed against you in the above styled cause on or before the 9th day of March. A. D. 1946: otherwise, the allegations, contained therein will be taken as confessed. Done and. Ordered at Key West, Florida this 6th day of February, A. D. 1946.- (Clrcult Court Seal) Ross C Sawyer Clerk of Circuit Court. By: Mary K. Woodson Deputy Clerk. ENRIQUE ESQUINALDO. JR., Attorney for Plaintiff. feb7-14-21-28,1946 LEGALS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME STATUTE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of “Poor Old Craig Service Store”, 1029 Division Street, at corner of Francis Street, Key West, Florida, intends to register the said fictitious name with the Clrk of the Circuit Court of Monroe Coun ty* Florida. Dated January 23rd, 19 46. * AL ARMENGOL, - Sole Owner. .jan 24-3 l;feb7-14,1946 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA. IN CHAN CERY. Case No. 10-580 Louise Summersell, Plaintiff, vs. DIVORCE ACTION Charles Joseph Summersell, Sr., , Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION . T 6: Charles Joseph Summersell, Sr., 8331 Howard Drive, Houston, Texas You are hereby required to appear to the Bill of Complaint, for divorce, in the above styled cause, on the 2nd day of' March, A. t>. 1946. otherwise the allegations therein will be taken as confessed. This order to be published once a week for four consecutive weeks in The Ivey West Citizen, a newspaper published in Key West, Florida. Done and Ordered this 30th day of January, A. D. 1946. (SEAL) Ross C Sawyer Clerk of the Circuit Court, Monroe County. Florida. By: (sd) Mary K. W-oodson, D.C. THOMAS S. CARO, Solicitor for Plaintiff. jan3l;#eb7-14-21,1946 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA, IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. Case No. 16-557 JOHN DENIS GONSALVES. vs. . DIVORCE ALICMIUto SALVER T‘>: A AI pear : tbe* Pill' fer 0 ] >i\ against proft in the above*jtyled cause (W qeMrp ;MfijEHYfty of FebruaiYf? A* PL 9fc6*; tpthwwise the allegations; cdfiLlined tnferein will be taken as confessed. I Done and Ordered at Key West, Florida, this 16th day of January, A. D. 1946. (Circuit Court Seal) Ross C Sawyer Clerk of the Circuit Court. By: (sd) Florence E. Sawyer Deputy Clerk. janl7-24-31;feb7,1946 IN COUNTY JUDGE’S COURT Monroe County. Florida Re: Estate of JAMES C. COLGATE Decease'*: NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DIS CHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed final report and peti tion for F*pal Discharge as Ancil lary Administrator c.t.a. of the estate of JAMES C. COLGATE-de ceased; and that on the 28th day of February, 1946, will apply to the Honorable Raymond R. Lord, County Judge of Monroe County, Florida, for approval of sail final report and for final discharge as Ancillary Administrator, c.t.a. of the Estate of JAMES C. COLGATE, deceased. This 21st dav of January, \ SHELBY G. GASHISfIf ’LOFTIN, ANDERSON, SCOTT,ITT. McCarthy & preston Attorneys for If ill j Ancillary Administrator, c.t.a.<LyKAj jan24-31 ;feb7-ILp46J notice of • SPECIAL MASTER’S SALE ! NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tn pursuance of a final decree made y the Honorable Aquilino Lopez,, Jr., one of the Judges of the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Cir cuit in and for Monroe County, J-Uate of Florida, bearing date the 250th day of January, 1946 and duly entered in that certain cause , wherein T. Luther Plnder, as Trustee for the Heirs at Law of Whitmore Pinder, deceased, is the Plaintiff; and Samuel J. Wilde, if living, and if dead, the heirs, de visees, grantees or other claimants under the said Samuel J. Wilde, deceased; Libbie G. Wilde, his wife, if living, and if dead, the heirs devisees, grantees or other claimants under the said Libbie G. Wilde, deceased; and all unknown persons having or claiming to have any right, title or interest in the following described lands situate, lying and being in Monroe Countv, Florida, to-wit: Lot Three (3) of Section Twenty-five (25) Town ship Sixty-six (66) South, of Range Twentv-nine (29) East, containing Sixty-nine (69) Acres, more or less, on Big Pine Key, Florida, are the Defendants which is a suit for the foreclosure of a mortgage, 1, Raymond R. Lord, the undersigned- Special Master In Chancery, ap pointed by skid final decree, FsiP off<*r for sale and sell at public jsale to the highest bidder for cash fat the front* door of the Monroe County Court House in Key West. Florida, on Monday, the 4th dajf|Pf March, 1946, during the legal hdgW of sale to-wit; between 11 o’clock in the forenoon and two o’clock in the afternoon of said day the fol lowing described real estate to, satisfy said decree: situate, lying and being in Monroe County, Flor ida, to-wit: Lot Three (3) of Section Twenty - five (25) Township Sixty-six (66) South, of Range Twentv-nine (29) East, contain ing (69) Acres, more or less, on Big Pine Key. (sd) RAYMOND R. LORD Special Master in Chancery, (sd) JOHN G. SAWYER Solicitor For Plaintiff. janSl ;feb7-14,1946 USE 666 COLD PREPARATIONS LlgalJ, Tablet, Salve, Neee Drepe Caution: Use Only As Directed H. E. CANFIELD, M. D. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist Also Glasses Fitted Office Hours, 7 to 9 p.m., and by Appointment, Phone 19, at Dr. Galey’s Office, 417 Eaton Street Your Grocer SELLS That GOOD STAR ★ BRAND American mrrrr and CUBAN LUff uEI Try A Pound Todayl RADIO PROGRAM ANNOUNCED IST STATION Sahjeet to Change WKWF Where to Listen— -1600 On Your Dial Mutual Broadcasting System (•Designates Network Program) Thursday, February 7th P. M. to Midnight 6:00 News 6:15 1600 Club ’’ 6:30 Weather Report 6:35 1600 Club 7:00 Fulton Lewis, Jr.* 7:15 Sammy Kaye 7:30 Arthur Hale* 7:45 Inside of Sports* 8:00 One Night Stand* 8:80 Rogue’s Gallery* 9:00 Gabriel Heatter* 9:15 Stories* 9:30 Hour of Song* 11:00 All the News* 11:15 Dance Orchestra* 11:30 Dance Orchestra* 11:45 Dance Music 11:55 News 12:00 Dance Orchestra* Friday, February Bth 7 A. M. to Non 7:00 Sunrise Serenade 7:25 News 7:30 Norman Cloutier 7:45 Weather Report 7:50 Sunrise Serenade 8:25 News 8:30 Sunise Serenade 8:55 Program Resume 9:00 Frazier Hunt, News* 9:15 Shady Valley Folks* 9:30 Shady Valley Folks* 5:45 Come & Get It 3,0:00 Meditation Happy Cowboy 10:30 Tic Toe Time* ' 0J 10,45—Fun With Music* llfawJWWtfasjr Time* **i 11:45 Victor Lindlahr* Noon to 6 P. M. 12:00 William Lang, News* 12:15 Morton Downey, Songs* 12:30 Weather Forecast 12:35 Home Town Frolics 1:15 Lopez, Music* 1:30 Smile Time* 1:45 John J. Anthony* 2:00 Cedric Foster* 2:15 Smile Time* 2:30 Queen for a Day* 3:00 Novatime* 3:30 Remember* 3:15 Songs For Everyone 3:45 Happy Cowboy 4:00 Erskine Johnson* 4:15 The Johnson Family* 4:30 Melody Hour* 5:00 Pete Howe* £ Site War Saving BondsggHMHfe *>. FEBRUARY "^FURNITURE W SALE! ■j' a Bargains Galore Throughout the Store EVERYTHING REDUCED For Quick Selling!! • Resaurant Equipment and Supplies •Draperies •Drapery Materials •Throw Rugs •Pillows • Shower Curtains and MANY OTHER ITEMS at BARGAIN PRICES! Maxwell’# Famous VENETIAN BLINDS Custom Made-to-Order Delivery In Approximately Two Weeks ' ' 'Va&LY I '.' 1 . I'" 1 " "*~ , RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT AND SUPPUES n. MAXWELL COMPANY, Incorporated Furniture and Furnishings 909 Fleming St. PHONE 682 Key West, Fla. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1946 JOHN F. DYSON RETURNS HOME Sergeant John Francis Dyson, son of Mrs. Marjorie Dyson, 2313 Staples avenue, a radar man in the fourteenth anti-aircraft divi sion of the United States Army returned home Monday after having been in the service three years and one month, 18 months of which time he spent in the Pacific. He landed in Tacoma Washing ton January 23 and went from there to Camp Blanding, where he was honorably discharged February 3. ; * Sergeant Dyson fought in New Guinea and southern Luzon. -His last few months in tjjie service he was a radar instructor. Germany hungry for news, bored by Allied propaganda ef forts.