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rtday. May S, 1953
NEW EATING PEACE
OPENS SATURDAY AT
SOUTHARD, DUVAL
BY JAXON
You’ve probably waited there in
the shade of a century old tree
time and time again. You’ve pro*
bably often wished that you could
latch onto a cool sundae, a juicy
sandwich or maybe even a glass
of beer while you waited, but it
was dry country.
We all hate to, see old landmarks
go, but you can’t deny progress
and you can’t help but admire the
beautiful shiny new building there
on the corner of Duval and South
Our VSED CAR LOT I,
Open until 10 P.M.
Each Night
We Invite You te Come In
end Leek Over Our New
Selections
NAVARRO, Inc.
USED CAR LOT
424 Southard St. Dial 2-2242
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THE KEY WEfT CITIZEN
ard Streets across from Navarro’s.
It belongs to a couple of enter
prising chaps named Charles Jt/w
--en and Sid Summers and the main
attraction is.an eatery named after
Nr. Rosen called , *Cbuck’s”. Now
you can wait and sip and nibble
to your hfgri’s content because
Chuck’s is a quicky lunch and
there they feature -a meal in a
sandwich with a glass of beer or
a soda. ~ V 1 .
Chuck is no newcomer to the
business having a semi-cafeteria
style restaurant just like this in
Miami on N;E. “Ist Aye. His
partner isn’t exactly a dude at
it either, coming directly from the
Clover Club in Miami where he
was Maitre d\
Chuck’s will open on Saturday
featuring the meai m a sandwich,
beer, soft drinks* Ice cream and
dairy products. They will also have
a baked goods department where
you can get rye breed, rolls, cakes
and pastries end a delicatessen
department introducing the out
going Deli products. Corned beef,
pastrami, baloney, specials; Sal
ome, pickled herring, sour cream,
Page 3
creamed cheese, lox and nil tor/s
of canned delicacies from smoked
salmon to Pate do foie gras.
Of course Chuck’s isn’t the only
establishment to occupy this cor
ner. On Duval Street is another
place called “Fun Incorporated’’
where you can go to have your
photo made. . .all by yourself for
twenty-five cents, and then you
can have it laminated into k per
manent identification card too. You.
can record your voice in privacy,
or if you are so inclined you can
play yourself a not game of base
ball or something on a pinball
machine.
Up on Southard Street at the
other end of Chuck’s emporium of
gustatery pleasure is a neat little
luggage shop run by Maury Ker
nick and called appropriately
enough, “Maury’s”. Here you may
purchase top grade name brand
luggage or cutlery. They also buy
and sell anything of value. They
specialize in nationally advertized
brands, and have the largest selec
tion of cutlery on the Keys. They
have collector’s items of many
things and new and used guns.
Like I said it’s sometimes hard
to see old landmarks go, but it’s
mighty nice to have a soda or a
sandwich handy.
NEW COMMUNISTS
(Continued From Page 2)
Prabang, 275 miles southwest of
Hanoi, or on the strongly forti
fied Plaine des Jarres.
Some rebel forces still were en
camped around the residence town
of King Sisavang Vong and the
plain, 70 miles to the west. Thus
far, however, they have steered
clear of an attack on either place.
Frencb-Laotian patrols, penetrat
ing as much as 15 miles into areas
where the rebels supposedly were
concentrated, returned without fir
ing a shot.
Ike Vietminh also appeared to
be stalled in the area south of
Xiengkhouang, 90 miles south of
Luang Prabang. Advance units of
the rebel forces in that sector
stabbed two days ago to within 35
miles of Laos* Mekong River
border with Thailand.
The supply problem seemed an
obvious reason for the Vietminh
withdrawal.
The invaders depend for their
supplies on tens of thousands of
I coolies who have been packing
guns and ammunition on their
backs over jungle and mountain
trails from Red China, 300 miles
away.
This human chain apparently
broke down under the invasion’s
heavy demands and the torrential
monsoon rains. •“
The French andXaotian defend
ers, meanwhile, received a big
American assist in their own sup
ply problem. Six U. S. Cll9 Flying
Boxcars, the first of possibly two
or three dozen to be sent to Indo
china under an increased Ameri
can aid program! took off from
Hanoi with war cargoes for Laos.
The big cargo planes have been
loaned to France for the emer
gency. French spokesmen said
they would be flown by American
civilian crews and serviced by
American technicians.
Remove starch from the cool
Nate of an electric iron, rub the
plate with very fine steel woo! or
mild scouring powder on a damp
doth.
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3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION
SPECIALS
MNCH
PLASTIC HOSE $ 4.75
IMAWIR
UNFINISHED CHEST__ _ $ 21.95
END TABLE & LAMP.
NIGHT TABLE $ g. 95
IRON BOARD, with Pad $ 459
CONOID RUIIIR
DOOR MAT $ .98
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BATHROOM SET SI9OOO
ClflU wan PNHwft COLON ID
BATHROOM SET_ $23000
HAND LAWN MOWER $ 1095
Key West Supply Cos.
211 Sl Milton Street Dial 2*3123
RED PROPOSALS CONTAIN 'TROJAN
HORSE"; SHOULD BE REJECTED
By RUSSELL BRINES
WASHINGTON UP Rep. Short
(R-Mo) said today the latest Com
munist truce proposals for Korea
contain a “Trojan horse” and he
predicted the Eisenhower adminis
tration will reject them.
He also said in an interview that
France’s reluctance to send the
French Indochina War to the Unit
ed Nations may have an “adverse
effect” on Congress, which has
been asked to increase Indochina
aid this year.
The Communists proposed leav
ing in Korea the 48,500 prisoners
who reportedly refuse to return to
Communist territory. They would
be placed under a commission
comprised of representatives from
Sweden, Switzerland, Poland,
Czechoslovakia and India.
Short, chairman of the House
Armed Services Committee, called
India a “Trojan horse” and said
she would hold the decisive vote.
50—Legal Notices
NOTICE OF APPLICATION'
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acta Of 1041
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
DOROTHY DANIELS, holder of
County Tax Certificate No. 230. is
sued the Ist day of June, A.D. 1946.
has filed same in my office, and
has made application for a tax deed
to be issued thereon Said Certifi
cate embraces the following: de
scribed property in the County of
Monroe. State of Florida, to-wit:
PALM VILLA. BIG PINE KEY,
PLAT BOOK J. PACE S9. LIDA
H. CALKINS ET AL. SUB LOT
I. SEC. 23, TWP. 66, R. 29 Lot
5. Square 36 (.11-199). As re
corded in Monroe County Rec
ords.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was in
the name Of: M. Speer.
Unless said certificate shall bs
redeemed according to law. the
property described herein will be
sol’d to the highest bidder at the
Court House door on the first Mon
day in the, nlonth of June, 1953.
which is the Ist day of June, 1953.-
Dated this 13th day of April,
1963.
Circuit EARL R. ADAMS.
Court Seal 1 Clerk of Circuit
Court, Monroe
County Florida.
By Florence E. Sawyer, D.C.
aprlT,B4;mayl.B-1953
Tallahassee, Florida,
April Bth, 1963.
$ OTICJB
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Trustees of the Internal Improve
ment Fund of the State of Florida,
Pursuant to Law, will offer for
sale, for Objections Only, in Talla
hassee. Florida, at 11*0 o’clock
A.M., May 19th, 1953, tits following
described land in MONROE COUN
TY, Florida, to-wit:
A parcel of biy bottom land
In the Straits of .Florida, south
of and adjacent to the West
263.7 feet of Section 14 and the
East 216.3 feet of Section 16.
Township 65 South, Range 34
East, at Conch Key, Monroe
County, Florida, and containing
0.60 of an acre, more or jesj.
The Purchaser is required to pay
the advertising cost and dsfisous
tary stamps.
The Sale, if and when mitf#. tttilill
be subject to the Trustees reserv
ing unto themselves of the
phosphate, minerals and
6Q<r of the petroleum thqj*6f|£or
thereunder.
THE TRUSTEES OF INTERNAL
IMPROVEMENT FUND reserve -the
right to reject the sale. fA* *
BY ORDER of the Trustee*-of
the Internal Improvement of
the State of Florida.
DAN McUARTY.
Attest: Governor.
F. C. ELLIOT. Sec..
Trustees L I. Fund.
apr 17-24 ;may 1-8-15.1953
“I don’t think India is neutral,”
he said.
He added he did not believe Sec
retary of State Dulles “will fall for
that plan.”
Rep. Vorys of Ohio, a senior Re
publican on the House Foreign Af
fairs Committee, said in a separate
interview the proposed commission
“looks like it will be neutral on
the Communist side.”
“India,” he added, “has taken
the Communist viewpoint on how
the prisoners should be handled.”
Sen. Knowland (R-Calif) called
the proposed commission a
“stacked deck” because, he de
clared, India has supported the
Red position on Korean issues 80
per cent of the time.
“This is only another plan to put
India in charge of the prisoners,”
Knowland said. “The result would
be proselyting of the prisoners
from only one side—the Commu
nist side.”
Senators Sparkman (D-Ala) and
H. Alexander Smith (R-NJ), like
Knowland members of the foreign
relations committee, said they re
garded India as neutral. But Smith
said such satellites as Poland and
Czechoslovakia should not be on
the commission. And Sparkman
said the line-up was “clearly un
balanced.” . '
Short said France had chosen
“poor strategic timing”, in notify
ing the U. S. it was opposed to
placing the Indochina battle before
the U. N.
“I didn’t like the French action,
which is the result of their colonial
policy,” Short said.
He added he thought other con
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gressmen would have the same
feeling when they consider an esti
mated 600 million dollars in aid
to Indochina for the next business
year.
State Department officials made
plain yesterday they did not accept
the French note as the final an
swer on the question.
Vorys proposed that the U. S.
wait until monsoon rains in Laos
halt military action, already
slowed down.
“Then, through proper channels,
we have to convince the French
that Indochina is an international
problem and that the French can
not continue a colonialism that
depends upon our support,” he
said. • \
Gen. Omar N. Bradley, chair
man of the Joint Chiefs of Staff,
told the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee yesterday he did not
expect any “major battle to be
fought in Laos at this time” be
cause of the heavy rains.
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U. S. should go to the U. N. if
Communists invade Thailand but
that the case for U. N. interven
tion is not so clear in the attack
on Laos.
But Laos is a part of French
Indochina, Flanders said, and thus
there is a question whether the
Laos invasion by Vietminh Com-
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Sen. George (D-Ga), top-ranking
Democrat on the committee, sup
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