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]3jRAD DIEDERIQH 'qRA R
1VLM. .. SUNDAY MARCH 4TH
e."Ti W e Visi Thieu
to Hatan mericain
-Troman eclusive inte'riviewtonly a few. All these, can be
surmovng eyr. fon n the, Institute's li-y
EricNf, dir-ec -brary. -It is a place to..brow~se,
asttut, .*- 6lok'at the wee yp tora,
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lit~~g e flita, g re~pt. aspects of lif in T thd
at'isnt h ,' merel to, sit qomot pon or,"rga
encn nsiue:). noft, tmsdr fe h oray'
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ttere'. stools qn:.i
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way Iad et f- ~ Ieee~ se -v.ce,
lawns~~ I 1Can inopain pan be o *syy
g; s :h so dersnal call. ys p
con th a,-at.al ,Je iba .m itans,
-wooks on edad gebt~. us At,
arid- tte ue
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din r est nears
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groud ads a abstrat moerntouc, gamma toa beinnng ca to
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I Improvise on the piano.- Mayb*,,.when Jay. gro-deraa ji
careach the piano's.pedals, he'll" comIpapyhlsfaio.muos
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SUNDAY MARCH 4TI
THE "SUN" T
i continued d from page
subject to renewal. It
I' entitles .the memiBe to i
Sve the various Institute
letins and special invitat
to Institute functions.
"' MMoreover, the mem
ckhf enjoy the special 1
Sof 1 gourdee per .monfh
class instead of. the, reg
4, -three gourdes .per w(
The Academic Progr"
The Institute'sk Acad
program offers, over
hours of classes a wee
I n'. more than 300 stud
"These include French
: English classes and spe
-sed courses such as Bus
'English, the History of
sic arid American civ
S' Basic English cla ges,
lded into first, second'
' third year courses are ta
'by Mr. Neff, Mr Ac
- Mrs Neff, Mr. Milo
(who also teaches Engli
' l1'ecole dorinale), lMr.
Lizaire, (translator at
.Katherine Hancock (an
merican residing in .:
and Mr Paul .Najac.
staff is well qualified
-teach English. 'Of -the
'- -tian teachers, Mr.
spent over ib)
, gland, Mr. Brun has st
-at the"University of M
gan and Mr. Najac' has
;.,died and spoken. English
over 4 years as secretary
.: We have a difficult
i.....ching problem,", said MA
" dams, Director of. Cou
m because of the great d
Ssity of students which c
t o us. We receive people
Small walks of life-clerks,
:i vernment. employees,
:'red businessmen, tax
. -vers, and members of th
I.' plomati corps. Right
.we have among others
I:- -wife and -son of a Hai
.z' .-army colonel, wives of s
ral ambassadors, and
c-t nouncers f r om
'- radio stations. These pe
I -range not only in educa
Y -and background but als
-age from 15 to 60. For
reason and also because
require no outside work
must make the most of
ry- class minute. \
., First in order to get
cI u dents into the 'pr
-class level we
F-' short but rigiu
~' -classifying eac
i student, student
final exams in
-with a mark of
more to move
: next course.
SA completely d
'.5 -such as the Be
_________ HAITI SUNs, Page 3 :
'HIS WEEK VISITS... Point Four"..
1) be the fastest and most effi- bout the United States can Mr. Adanms also try to give (Continued from. page 1) ,,
also cent means for teaching butr ome and register and will lectures..id the other cities -
recit because of the limited time be welcome. of Haiti when they have. the ter-Amercan Affairs and
bul- of only one hour a day rime. They feel that-t is im other.U.S.agencies have been .
tions with each student we use a Fncpora ec as many dting cooperative work
method half-way between Special Funciops r portant to reach as. many,
method half-way between people in as many .areas of principally in agriculture,
fiber the Berlitz and conventio- .te country as possible; and health and- sanitation and e- .
prico nal grammer approaches. The .Institute also offers their efforts have ,always ducarion. for about ten V.
,Pr to its members special func- met with rewarding respoun years. -
tlar "Using Dixsonus English tions which usually take se from those people. 'For; aI look forward with,.
oath- system we maintain a mini- place on Friday nights. The example, Mr. Neff and Mr. keen interest,, Dr. Bennett JJ
mum of grammar explana- ,Mrs Andree Perry teaches Adams have just completed said, ato the opportunity to
tion and a maximum of ha- more than 20 students, mos- a lecture tour in the North, see fpr myself the results of .
am bit developing exercises in tly of the American colony, where they gave lectures on the pioneer work .done in "
emic actual use of the language. in French classes which American folklore and Ame applying -the Point Fotir
60 On many days no French is meet-mornings and evenings 1rican literature. No one principle in Latin America. :
k to spoken in Beginning and' In three times a week. can doubt that these have I have heard some wonder-
khtori n can doubt that these have
lents. .made a real contribution to fuL reports of the achi ve.
and Haiti's intellectual life and meats .of North Amerl ..
i- to a furthering of the Insti'- and Latin Ameri.cn t& i
ness tute's maif purpose--grea- cians working togetheto .o
mu- ter understanding. between build a better neighoihod K,"
ilisa- the people of Haiti and the in the Western Hemisphere.
United States. On the basis of these ac-
complishments, we are "'-,:
iVE 'The Students Activities pending this cooperative 'a-"'".e
and .. .. Club fort in-the Americas and. a
`ht plying the -lessons leard '
h.ms, I'hestidents of the Insti- here to the same kinds aiof
Bran .Ietute have formed their own" joint dertakings i -other- +
ish ait orgaasiaon to provide an parts the free wold whe- -
Paul or ua o
atmosphere encouraging to re people are eager to in-
e oididual and group cream. crease their, productivity and .
M rs, .i. ...
SA- s tive: activists, such as glee improve their living coadl-
i club, recitals and 'recin- -ions. "
the tions, and above all, ':real I a. :surb -that I can learn
t' sense of friendliness. much on my trip to a numw- -
H..- -.o her of orr sister American
SProjecton republics. I am s'ry there
,sae..-,.... t., isn time to visit all. of
thi:., tInstitu- them.- y:"
Sw'ehA staff of the Institite photogro : I'ntifront' of ert i e Institu- them.
ichi- thde Library. Front row fom.left to right: Denise Ron- t.e wUil :pubash. the first is-, Dr. Bennetts stop at S-
- zier, Jacques Lerebours, Eri c eff, and Duane Aams. 'e of its ma sgazine Pro ag .w ccde with
h for Second ro* : Paul Lizaire, Milo Brun, Paul Najac. section, with "cbnttibutions openid, February 20 the
ry oL Back row : yard-boys Ferdi iand Vaincoeur and Andre on 'a-variety bf'subjects 'by twelfth session of' the' Un-
Joseph .Haitians and. Americanq. ted Nations Economic and '
tea- This is one more example Sbcial Cduncil, which pro-
r. A- termediate courses and se include movieson various of the Institute's efforts to rides .policy guidancer fo
rses, French is never spoken in subjects, sometimes of gene provide a means of exchan- the technical assistance pro-'..
brses, FrenehietweUnited Nations
iver- advanced cotYrses., ral and sometimes of speci- going ideas between the two gram of the ied ais.
come. The 'Ditrector Mr. Eric fic interest; Alecturers'. both countries. bandits realized ages
le of Neff,- presents with illustra Haitian and visiting ( Mr. It is always hard to mea- Dr. Bennett wil o gc-
go- tions a class in the history Neff tries to get as pany as sure intangibles, so is it e- cmpanied on his by
reti- of music each Monday eve- possible of renowned or in-. equally hard to define ormenea Mrs. Bennett and vo meat i
idri ning in'-the record Library.' teresting visitors to Haiti to sure what the Haitian-Ame bes of his A. Cyril -.,
ie di Both' Mr. Neff. and Mr A- come to the Institute); mu rcan s e s t Clley a spedi H ar t pu,
now, dams give lectures in Amer- 'sical programs, again by do. Seen on one leve the con ad Benamin H, Hardy pu
Jhe ican civilization which are Haitians apd foreigners ;'tribution is very-apparent, blic affairs officer.
itian offered 3' nights a week: Mr and occasional parties to ce- Close to 450 students and
eve- Neff concentrates on Litera lebrate special events. Also members remain as visual,
an- rure and Music and Mr. A- the Institute presents two vital witnesses testifying
local dams on History and Fol- radio programs weekly, on that something here is being -
ople klore. Specialists are some Wednesday from I 'to 1:45, won. Through its' English R.., '
tion times scheduled for certain and on Sunday from 12 to classes the Institute enables P- "
o in subjects of the 95 lecture .12:45, in order to.' allow many to acquire new and A,
this course. those people who cannot better paying 'jobs, to other OFFSET PRINTING a COLOR YIORK
e we A special group of over get to the Institute often, a the English acquired can of-
we 20 taxi drivers comprises chance to hear American mu ten lead to scholarships in TELEPHONE I22783B
eve- the chauffeurs, class taught sic, plays and lecturers. the United States. Each year .
by the young and able Paul acting as the agent. for, theS- 'i
our Najac, secretary of the Ins- Also, the Institute is for- Institute of International E- State Department of the U-
ope. titute. This class meets three runate in that from time to. education in New York City, united States of America,
I a teno n.nre n-ni can- I ''..-hef' i-Amwork nf the
administer nights a week and is most rime visiting tecture ss us I.... .. 3t a _. n 'Llt uL ,,-n.j.-
d tests for faithfully attended., by the State Department co-., didates for scholarships ; Good' Neigbour Policy, to
h incoming This is only one example me to give series of lectu- and each year three or four establish mutual faith and
ts must pacs of the kind of contribution res.about the United States individuals a&e sent to ar understanding. .
each level -the Haitian American Insti- and other topics for two or American University for onei This above all- must never
F 60 0/0 or tute is 'making to the corn- three months. These lectu- years's study. 'be forgotten, for the su" es
on to the munity. There "are no clef- rers spend part of their time It should be remembered or failure of such. endevout
touts) at the Institute e- in travelling in the provin- that the Institute is the re- must determine the SUm
liret method veyone and anyone wan- ces outside of Port-au-Prin- suilt of the efforts of the or failure of peace on e sth
erlitz would ting to learn English or a- ce, giving talks.Mr Neff & Haitian Government and the and goodwill to all men.
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I SUN' SUNDAY MARCH 4TH
U Josep --rep t 1he safety island along the .
Grand Rue. A City Journal
quoted the public as being -
I dissatisfied with this action
and recommended that the
____ ____, company put the wiring un- SEE TODAY...
derground like the" did -a-
long the Exposition Boule- AGENTS
vard. For one Ti Joseph is
The number eight issues I he went before District Att- glad they have not done this TRANS-WORLD
of HUbdo"'TSports, appea- orney Alphonse Racine who because during normal time -
red the beginning of this recommended the shadow large quantities of earth ap- TRADING CO. S.
week. The. Lay-oat and pre- of the sabliern (jail) untilear as from nowhere and
sentation of this grand little trial time, he. is accused of remain piled high on this TEL. 3734
sports paper is very good. being mixed up in the aFi- main thoroughfare, and the
The Sportsmen who are res- nansan business. construction work of putt-
pontible for publishing this ,ng wiping underground
-Wresting weekly paper xxx .
r.w 1 would mean citizens would r- -
should be proud- of it. i
should be proud of it. In a street interview with have to buy tanks instead ot
Th9 Fire Bidge w quic M. Arthur O'Neil yesterday small French cars.
Wy on the spot Friday noon. the following escapade of a r xxx
wen a large column of competent house-boy was Mrs. Griffith is going to
4mnoil issued from the ravi- brought to light. Gerard -Kansas city with the car and
no Bois 'de Ch&ne..The fire Theodore for niany months three children soon .
caused by workmen who ca- M. O'Neil's house-boy at his xxx
tmlessly burnt rubbish on Bourdon residence, watched Their was a'pledsant ex-
the dry ravine banks, was worked, and waited and fi- change of letters one conta-
ioon doused by hundreds nnally removed as M. 1ied a wholesome check,
of- gallons of water shot O'Neil put it, everything this week, bet-ween His Ex-
from the opposite side of the that was not tightly bolted cellency President Magloire
zavine, the backyard of wel. down. The guess is that over and merchant O. J. Brandt
'Jknown Philip Radio sales- period of five months .he Mr Brandt in a letter to the
man Gerard Bazil, by a high walked off with everything President expressed his 100
powered hose directed by including M. O'Neil's/ wal- 0/0 approval of the Gover-
high-powered firemen. let containing $ 400. Mu- nments program of impro-
xxx 'sed M. O'Neil the whole ving the Ilot of the-work- 001
Arrested this week were thing came to light as I ca- men of this country by the
-M. I. Andr6 Thenoz, Lu- me out of a fog several construction, ofworker 0
den Rousseau and Phaeton weeks ago, and accused the s. In his letter be en;lo-
Lagable the charge:using the boy of stealing. He immedi cic. 0e.
black market-, that is s.ef- ately took to the hills and it o e sing
ling goods above the price was' there. that the. Police ,- h t St Martin,. MODEL-X577-Delu,
set by the Dept. of Commer found him and brought him' jet .u 5-band table model
ce. Back to the city this week. Mr Brasndt h Tissa Fit Cathode Ray
ture Tssa f tuning!
xxx M. O'Neil ended the inter- and Confection THaiti
Next Saturday. the 10th view by adding that his and Confection d'Hai i
of March, their Excellencies room in town was found (S.A.' rejoices at the choice
President and Madame Ma4 full of junk,,good junk, ,so made by the Governmenyo t ? i
.gloire leave for Cap-Haidan me of it my junk.-, Your Excellency of the vici
The President will be accomnity of St4Martin lfor the)
The President will be accom construction of a workmen's
partnied by Government dign Former two-day Minister city. It is in fact in that vici
itaries and members of the under Estime Castel Demes nity that are located the fac
press, The Presidential par-,in' was sent in from Leo- tory ur Society, and the Three Basic fac
ty wi'nll spend 4 days among gane to the JAuberge Naio firm is more in a situation Lasting Pleasure
theitestng populaon nale (Best Jail on the Is- sto appreciate better perhaps 1. Superior Speak
of the.orth. ,and) this weekthe high social and human extra-sensitive Supe
- Te Public Works Depart tarian signification of an en powerful than prev
me are at last doing a His Excellency the Pres'erprise designed -to impro tone and volume as
men are at lasting a dent Visited his friend Ton -e the living conditions of 2. Superior Tunin
,ed borepauriheBurealivingsj wrist on a G-2 rad
good job of repairing e s- ton-Moye Maurice Buteau the working 'dsses of the, dial and knobs are
des of the PetionviLle road. t' Martissant Wednesday capitall wishing to mark in 3. Superior Const
The sandaled bearded arnight. a concrete manner its desire srove all-weather
ins Haitieto sturdy, flexible ri
t s an Dav d b- r ded t on xxx of cooperation in Haiti to precision standards.
tist Davidson is reported on The first of the new anythingthat may improve And many other ex
his way out of town. 1951 ,Chevies- arrived in the ,ot of the working class' you all modern im
xxx port last Monday, among the Managing Board of the economicalest d ome and en
Two. detectives strolled them was the Super-Duper Filature. Tissage and confec, Yo
i n t o the downtown ,Power Glide,. which inci tion of Haiti, S. A, begs
office of Public Notary dently is a "wow- of a car. your Excellency to find he GE.NER
Alphonse Salgado, Tuesday xx rein enclosed a check to its
morning, and notified hint. Hats off to the Electric order for the sum'of $ 10.! Di
that he was needed at head Light Company for at last 000.00 to be inverted for! I
qutaters. At headquarters af setting to work and moving the construction of the Cit6l
ter bawina his picture taken the electric light poles from OuvriVre de St-Martn.
and. finger prints classified, the middle of the road to (contited on Page 12)os
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SUNDAY MARCH 4TH
The shops in this section
.- hve been checked by this
.,' newspaper, and to the
' est of our. knowledge
* their merchandise is of
good quality and good
OvRS Are from 8 a. m. till 5 .. m. some shops
close between the hours of 12 and 2. p. m.
Sat, is noon closing, but a number of
shops especially Souvenir shops stay open
till five in the evening. '
Banks open at 8 a. m. and close at 1. p.
m. Saturday closing noon.
Post Office opens at 8 a. m. and close at
5:30 p. m..
"LA PERLE OF THE ANTILLES"
SIOP WITH THE FINEST...
---, QUALITY ,
---- PRICES !
......IN LOCAL HANDICRAFT WOfK
"Cosmetics, by Dr' Payot of Paris.
!(Located on the. corner of Rues du Magasin 'de l'Etat
and Fronts Forts.) -. Tel. 2724
S:THE FINEST I
AND STRAW. RUGS
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GRAND RE .TEL 2 8 4 .,.
SUITS THEM TO A T-Men of the United States Board of Tea
Experts met for the' 49th annual session in New York recently.
The group is set uiunder the Food and Drug Administration of
the Federal Security Agency to determine .the standards of quality
and purity for all tea imported into the U. S. The expert at right
seems to be more cautious than his colleagues, as he inspects his
tea before drinking it,
A DEPARTMENT ,OF SOUVENIRS
Haiti's leading department store
', Art and Curio Shop
Rue.du Qui elD 3i45
' HAITIAN HANDCARVED MTAHOGANY
i that enhance her loveliness
MAISON ORIENTALE SHOPS
* C ofs
*ewellery is the gift dearest to a 4ooman's
hear( !...and Maisn' Orientale Shop.s have
the most beautiful collection for your -4e-
lection. Scintillating,' glamorous pieces to'
set her pulse ,racing....-.lovely beyond corn
pare -Thrill her this birthday with Jewel-
leey from Maisom Orientale. The prices, art
easyn on your pocket, too "
Diamante NECKLACES CLIPS '
PEARL NECKLACES with Diamante
Clasps, One & Two Stands Pearl
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Address. '(Shop) Rue d .
Quai opposite Cstom' i
Factror "Ae-d i .
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What "COOKS" IN SAN MARINOr
A number of readers ha- hard these last years. To,
ve enquired about the tiny bolster the public treasury,
republic that had one of the the Government recently op
most interesting stands at ened a fancy gambling casi-
the Exposition Bicentenaire no.
last year. As one reader in a The San Marinesi are a
letter received last week put little apologetic about this
it, could you please let me enterprise, explaining that
kn o w j ust w h at economic- necessity obliged
is go i n-g on ini them to undertake it.
the republic of San Marino. i Sah Marino's citizens are
as the Americans say, whats proud of their socialized he-
cooking, in San Marino...,, alth program which entitles
- all to free medical service,
SanMarino the 1.650- including hospitalization
year-old mountain republic and, if necessary occomoda
of San Marino is feuding tion in the republic's insane
with Italy, by which it is asylum. Funds come from.
completely surrounded. the nationalized movie thea
This tiny state, situated ters, which also provide
on a mountain slope 10 mi- enough extra revenue to
les from the Adriatic Sea, support an old-age pension
has a Communist Govern- plan.
ment which does not get a- Most of the 12 thousand
loilg too well with Italy's inhabitants are agricultural
Christian Democrat autho- workers and the state's prin
rides. Its officials 'complain cipal export-aside from
that italy not only is five stamps, which are popular.
years in, arrears in payment with collectors-is its famed .
of thl amounts due under a Moscato wine. About 1.500 '
customs agreement, but also are employed in industry,.
is sabotaging its tourist tra- which includes tanneries,
ffic. .. potteries and soap, cement
The San Marimei -are al- and macaroni factories.
so somewhat displeased with Bread for the entire popu
xl. British who Bombed lation is produced by a sin-
.theg. during the. last:.*ar oa gle state-owned bakery.
spipcin that german troops Anotheir of San Marino's
1gre lurking in their cita- products is divorces,. which
&l-like, mountain. The Go- are unobtainable in Italy.
"vernment has spent more A council -of 60 governs Sn
than one million dollars= in the republic which the exe- ti
-reconstruction and complains cutive authority being exer- P
Hhat its efforts' to obtain cised by two "captains re- 'c
compensation have been un- gent chosen from among 00
successful. One million dol the councillors and changed t1
lars is San Marino's appro- every six months. The Go- 10
ximate annual budget. vernment meets in an an-- te
The republic boasts it has cient palace whose medie- br
-pp public debt but its lea- val beauty is one of San Ma 'b
J. AL APPRIS LA.
t .msK..A CECI
AfRUS.AVQIR FIIM -
DE4 C EMgS
ijNDANT 30 JOUR .
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SELLS :TOLLED FOR YOUNG AND OLD--Cupid recently un-notched two arrows in an ap-
parent .attempt to prove that age shields no heart from his missiles of love. The roguish archer
chalked up one direct hit on two Londoners, 78-year-old Mrs. Mary Marshall and Richard White,
age 70. Only a few days after the bride, a widow with 11 grandchildren and seven great-grand-
children, walked down the aisle of London's Church of the Sacred Heart with her hubby, 12-year-
old Virginia Pennell announced her marriage to 19-year-old Donald Gray of St. Louis. Mrs. Gray-
was a sixth grade student before Cupid took aim.
Be sure to lisin every
sunday at tvoon to the Hai-
-Sun's Popular Varietyn
program, which is broad-
ast over MBC'fiom 12 to 1:
0. The program features
de best in music, latest news
local and foreign, social no
es and sport news, from a-
road and at home. Remiem
er every Sunday at noon,
mne to MBC.
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SURDAY MARCH 4THf HAITI SUN ,
Fashionable Art Shop
Spy Story of World War II (Galere des Arts d'Haiti)
yOnSstepping out of the, the mo rooms with some .Of
as Drive, Drama suspense sweltering Rue Pavee jesterr, the big brushes of Aai"da
Has Drive, Drama Suspense irian sweir I
day, and curiously entering,I painting. It all adds up to a
Walk With the Devil by Italian soldier and headed the newly conditioned blue delightful easy-to-find Art.
SElliott Arnold Ifor suave, smart Barrolo- wooden building, opposite Shop done out in very god-
(Knopf, $ 3.) meo's luxurious villa. You Pan-American Airways offi taste, and the impression. .
ere is a war novel as can imagine the mobster',s ce, it displays several-pallet ne gets on entering and tal- '
taut as Ribbentrop's nerves reaction when the brother signs advertising 'its existen king to the manageress aA
during the Nuernberg tri- whom he hated turned up to ce, I was happily surprised assistant, Mrs Mary Romacq.
als. It is authentic, exciting ask for a favor for the land William F. Lamb. Noted to find a cool well organi- ce here is a shop that it's
and almost unbearably sus which had booted out the American architect, he is zed, goodlooking Art galle- chase art-treasures from,; .
penseful. gangster I responsible for designing ry, rather than another Tou pleasure to visit and pui ;
During the Italian cam- Bafrtolomeo is the ,devi,, .one if the world's most ra- rist-Shop. -- it should be it first-rate tonw
paign of World War II, ac- of t&h tale, of 'coiirse. As the mous buildings, the Empire Lovely light auburn hair, ist catcher. This weekend
cording to Mr. Arnold's stu general pointed out to.Guy State Buildings, in New owner and manageress Lo- Loiaine Dhor got af iod -
ry there was a certain brid- there was a saying in that York City. He is associated raine Dhor in furnish- hanging some of hli own
ge over a gorge that was ,,;- Apennines district that "you with the firm of Shreve, ine her shop has utilized 1o- paintings dn the wall. ThA'"
ally necessary to the advan are permitted in time of Lamb ,& Harmon Associates cal materials, of straw, si- shop which quietly opened
ce of an American division great danger to walk with architects. His many contri- sal. and bamboo, used quiet j its door;' for butsihdl Moi-
during the final offensive. the devil until you have butions to the field of bull- colours to paint the wall, re day, also featuies.i ci 'eml i-
If the Yanks could, some- crossed the bridge.-, hiding design recently won stful to the eyes after a day I broidery work and dresses.
hio6v, take the bridge intact Subtly, carefully, Mr. Ar- T'nstitute of Arts and Letters under the sun, and adorned I B. D'
it would save untold lives nold explores the relation- him elec,)n to the National
and speed up the offensive ship between Guy and his America's highest represeniJQUOTES FROM
immeasurably, brother as they bargain for tative body of the arts.
Now, one of the chief pb- the lives of American men. THE MEANING OF CULTURE
Sewers in tli tovn. w.hich. e n Money is no object--aty -N By John. Powys. '
'tr6lled the big. ws ar- price would be. cheap, the "Very early-in the life of does hpnestly,-that is to say '
tmbo. tti 6, orietime general had saia but BarI every youth there will be with a child-like attenemps
New York i ".nco' q 4 0 has plenty of the .presented the most teasing to brazen out what one is t. '-
tax evader, ddd 'stuf and be bargains for s of troublesome dilemmas., hamed of 'hurts one's u '
S white slaver. s avoy mething morel : a medal the question, namely, of ture in the way.that white
Scharapcte ad pd from thb.1dited States Gov- I'eh6W-i he'Oug'lt to iell 'iis washing or idealizing one's
and pne of the'chief "gld ernment and the right to set sdl .foTr dib "ae oT his life. meanness hirts it. The real-
in obdardig his 'convcti9 up a string of brothels un- PISCES. the Fishes- Iet EfiitI d ierly ecogzi'e at ly cultured man is preoccu
was hIs t wyer tbr6ther, Gy der Army patronage, the very start that no one pied all the while in a-i per-
If Bartolomeo. co'ald, be GAy gags on that and so Feb. 19-March 21 can live for one' single day sistent struggle to reduce
S bought tie Btidge could be does his OSS chief, but the -Ruled tby JwpiMrr i 1Ts -fa wthormt litfrg the margin of sousltd'ing i
secured. general doesn't. He is no his soul to some itfiit. Cdi that is necessary for his life i
idealist.. -ive lofty itdeat. ,r*aith-1 t~roMYfe is so .r6iftdl ndy, upon earth: And it is with ,
Guy, a captain in the Of-' i deFll n"d sincere to this they the inmost edsece -i life, regard to this margin that
fice of Strategic Services, Out of this problem Mr., love. Naturally quiet, pa- that it might be called life's you were wise to take heed.
was attached to the division Arnold 'is fashioned his tient and peaceful, liking or basic and fundamental law. .The g r e a t thing.
of \Maj. Gen. Roblert E. Lee novel. He has''-peopled it der and 'harmony. They are The alternative to comprom is n e v e r t0o I e r
SCulpepper.. The general, a with some striking charac- magnetic and become mean ise is death. Selling oine's yourself reach the point of *.
swaggering commander out terizations and some meaty .chbl if alone too much. Ne I soul however, is something taking .your soulselling for"
Sto get a third star before the reflections on war. To tell, ver botful, yet hold their' that ought to be done quite granted. The more you:dis-
SNormandy campaign made more would be a disservice o'wn in an argument. Very frankly and honfiestly, when like it. the more conscious
the Italian campaign a mi- because the suspense is the unselfish. Foind ,of art and t 'is done. Nothing that onie (continued on Pag .:
nor action, turned to Guy core of the book. I would science. and frequently hig-, :____ __ _
S.to secure the bridge despite criticize, however, the bly gifted in this respect. :'
the fact that the general tho blood bath at the end. The Conceive ideas .b.t let others
roughly detested the cloak- novel would have been just exploit them. Mate with
and dagger boys. as effective without it. I -virgo or Cancer.
Haitian Author Praises FriendlinessA
of the- People in United States
S WASHINGTON Hai- alize that people in the Uni- The New York "Herald
ian novelist Philippe Tho- ted States are friendly just. Tribune, says the authors
by-Marcelin. of the brot- because it is a part of their; "have done something more
hers Marcejin whose latest whole maketip.' ,than give to the world a mo-
book, "The Pencil of God,- TIME magazine's book ving and well-told story.
has just been p published in reviewer hailed "The Pen- They have placed themsel-
S the United States, finds peo| cil of God- as the "product ves in the same relationship LIBRARY AND SANCTUARY-Bbokworms in New YoJrk
S pie here naturally friendly I of a miniiature literary re- to Haitian literature as famous Fifth Avenue and 42nd street library will be able, .
- and expansive, naissance in Haiti. TIME Chaucer to the Ennglish." underground in the event of a bomib raid. Nqu ompeti.on.
describes the novel as. -a M. Thoby-Marcelin colla ibraris basement isions aor helten days. o e and'h b ti
S They're so natiiral,u he strange blend of Haitian fol borated with hi1 brother, varying in thickness from three iiWhde -I'
said "ihi an interview, that 'k'ldre and Western sophist- Pierre Marcelin, on a The provide complete safetyand helpib r"I .
it takes one some, time to re ication., (continued on Page 1mnao.1mlbr
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SUNDAY MARCH 4TH
HEADLINE from a New York
lBeoln's birth Primitive
-Worked, Doctor Muses
'~. (Or hadn't you heard?)
.A -weather-beaten old farmer in
.Obeeoa, Ark., ordered steak, then
1pu3leh out a whetstone and sharp-
ieed his knife. Guess he'd had
his share of tough luck there.
When atomic blasts north of Las
Vegas lit up the sky with a deaf-
ening roar, gamblers in .the resort
dity's dens of chance ran to the
PLACES TO EAT
PLACES FOR FUN
is our speciality
windows. Probably thought the
Kefauver Committee had blown
.. An Army nurse and a captain
were married in an -Army tent
pitched. in the-middle of a Korean
rice paddy. Guess the guests
Threw' pieces of paddy at them
after the ceremony,
Inia Detroit-Chicago pro hockey
game, referee George Gravel
didn t call a single penalty. Proof
ithat t velgclo upa whistle.
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SUNDAY MARCH 4TH alHAIT
'I SUN, _age9 .
Dr Luis Falcon Briceno, Charge d'Affairs of ti
new Venezuelan ambassador gation of Chili Senpr
to Haiti arrived in Port. zar Vega Lopez prese
au-Prince on Sunday. He his credentials to Forei
was accompanied by his, wi- nister Jacques LUger.
fe and three children He re xxx
places General Lopes Centa- Famous movie-star
nu who served in the same Boles put in an appe;
post for more than a year, at Cabane Choucounn
and who is now serving in Saturday night, and r
Ciudad Trujillo as Venezue- how young Haiti mad
Ian Ambassador to the Do- feel bt continually df
minican Republic. A favorite dance part
Dr Briceno arrived direc- ihe evening was Mrs
ily from Caracas, and was ray Knobel. John in
received at the airport by Ve words to the Beachc
nezuelan Charge d'Affair mention that he was
Enrique Leon. ying himself thorough
Upon his arrival, the im had a week, to spare I
bassador stated he was, plea so he divided it betw
S- sed to be in Haiti, but that. maica and Haiti.
he would- not 'make any for- xxx
mal statement to the press Everybody was mildlI
until settled. Dr. Briceno this week, with the
and family are at present sta style ini which the D
ying at the hotel El Rancho can Ambassador to H
; searching in their spare ti-. nor/Jose. Eirique Ayl
I me, for a suitable house. tertained the u p
xx crust", socialites, and
Following its usual tradi- mates of Port-au-Pri
tion of throwing a party at his beamtiftaLtesidenca
the slightest pretext, the .~ -
a'Briseurn association ceic- I ." .
brated an associate's birth- .
day in Kenscoff Sunday
night., A ,Briseur, is fod
of cool weather.
Off to have his eye taken
are of in. Paris France is
that popular businessman
about town, Lyonel Bermin
-ham. Last weekend the -'.
boys got together and offe- .
red a farewell party at the
Rex Caf6. His Excellency
the President was said to ha
ve attended. Mr. Berming- Seen dancing the
ham is travelling with his meeting at the front
daughter. of the Dominican R
Mary Boswell who was tion-ville to celebra
operated on the 14th (rerno country's independa
val of tonsils) was seen up was the seasons larg
and about town Thursday ended. reception, the
but the report is that Mary re loads of good thiu
now detests her favorite de- eat and drink, and
sert "ice cream" she has mosphere was very
been unable to eat anything His Excellency" the Pi
else since the 14th. and officers of the I
xxx house attended the
There was quite a little tion.
stir in the Diplomatic cir- xxx
cle this week... Monday the A hearty welcome
Ambassador of France Mr. tore for Madame M
TLudovic Chancel presented Prosper, wife of
the new Commercial Advi- Prosner the city's
ser of the French Embassy Chief, when she arr
Mr Andr6 Mancel Bize to M Bowen airport over 1
lacques Lkger, Secretary of kend. Madame Pros
State of Foreign Relations- companies daughter
xxx Therese to Paris and
The same day the new five month ago an
e in Pe
ted son Fitz who has been
in shcool in France for over
A L 1- r
u ouy was horn to Mr
and Mrs Lucien Thebaud
Tuesday evening at their
home in Lalue. Mrs Thp-
baud the former Miss Ade-i
line Mitchell has announced
that they have after much
discussion named their soti-
Among the prqud parents
this week were Mr and Mrs
Nicolas Jn-Julien who wel
corned a daughter into the
world this week and named
We had the word froti
old man stork, but he surpri
sed us by delivering a son to
Mr and Mrs Henry Brisson
very' early Friday morning
,at their home in Bois Verna,
Mrs Brisson the former Y-
vette Burr-Raynaud, hkts
not yet decided on a name
for their second child. Both
Motheie and son are doing
Mr Edme Angrand, crrcc
tor of the Contributions, is,
offering a party today actLis
home in Ave Travail,.;. the
ocassion... daughter ",Marie
is to make her first Cops-
munion" this morning. The
a-ligh'. fantastic" at the Historic
er town of Belladere is President
public Raphael Trujillo.
are his word is that even the Presi-
nce It dent is going to be there.
est att Jean Woel... soon to get
ere we- engaged... who is the girl...
ngs to nobody knows, not even
the at-' Jean !
resident Well this week we ma}
Military -safely say that... from head-
celebra- quarters in San Juan via a
long stop-over in Ciudad
Trujillo, arrived today, the
was in i district manager .of Firesto-
arcaisse ne, Mr. Raymond Raine3. he
Colonel re to confer with local mn-
Police nager Vic Lampson.
ived at xxx
the weie Andre Decoppet President
per ac- of Plantation Dauphin and
Marie manager Don Lugwitz flew
I school off to San Juan on BusinessI
d visi- Monday, Mr. Decoppet re-
turned to Port Thursday, tenth. Here is. a coincidence
while Don Lugwitz went on Mr. Caleb Eliot left also t&
up to Washington D. C. I day to attend her son's Wee'
xxx I (contined onPage 12)..
^ &.-. ^ ~ ,- -.dL
Newcomers to the --
happy diplomatic circle are
Mr. and Mrs Slater Blackes- .t. -
rbn and family. Mr Blackes-
ton has taken up his duties ^ l
as Second Secretary at the, 'v
American Ambassy here. Catholic
Their last post was in Stutt- Hospital Chapel
gart, Germany. Hospital Chapel
s hd t .. unday Mass.at 8:30 a. m.
Its hard to believe... it sermon in EngliAh.
goes ti show...the world Sacr6-Coeur. Suinaay
is not safe... glad I am a Masses at 4-6-8 a. in.
I",eancoomner, ... rranck Cathedral Sunday Masses
the "Barber- has an adaqua- at 4-5:30 80:00 a. m. .
te creole saying... *St Gerard (near Oloffso_) .
But ail the very best wis Sunday Masses 5:30-7-8:30
hes to ex-No. 1- bachelor St Jean Bosco Sunday
Jeari Claude Leger who mar Mass at 9 a. m.
tried lovely Miss Nicole Ar- Chapel on the Exposition
mand in Petionville Satur- 'grounds, Mass at 9: a.m.
xXX Episcopal -
Vinton Barnn, is back Holy Trinity Cathedr4t l:.
from a month vacation in Sunday Mass at 4 a. m. 6.
che land of his birth, Jamaii m. and 8 a. min. in French:?
ca. 9 : 30 a. m. in.English. -
xxx Jaily Mass 6 a. m. 'French
Mrs .Conrad Follansbee Ephany Chapel
wife of Colonel Follansbee, Sunday Mass at 6( a. n.
Military Attach6 at the Ame 8 a. m- in French "
rican Embassy flew to Fort
Meyer today to attendd the METHODIST
wedding of her son Lieute- Rue de la R evolution
nant John Follansbee. The Service : at 7 a. m.
date is set for Satur
n I English
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BRASSERIE DE LA COUR(
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Page 10 ,HA
.. 7, 1HOW LONG HAV
__.,__, _U BEEN WOE
I" .ING HEREPEOo
The North American news- I
pers (especially The New I
York Times) are broadcast-!
~in loud, laments about the
dependence of the United
States for strategic inaterials
on Asia and .Africa-sources .
that would be cut off in
c- case of-wvar.
Did the North American
newspapers never hear of
S tai .7in America ? The truth
is, mos of the strategic ma-
> trials mentioned can be
produced in South America
and have been produced in
South America ; but their
;' production has declined due
:to- the colonial competition
S Take rubber, for; instance.,
SBirazil was once the chief
rubber producer of the'
World, and was the source! SPLASH PART
of almost all .of the rubber splashed into the
washed war orpi
iIconsumed in the United left seems to be
, States. Then Asia got going, child at right is f
:and now' Brazil accounts
Sfor about two per. cent of
!' the rubber used in the Uni.
. teda'States. :'
STake"'quinine. This, by
;.origif is a'South America ,
roducr. It 'was 'transplanted'"
-toAsi4;.aud now most of '
-"the quinine-used in' the Uni
'.t States comes from non '*
'-atin sources. ,
The same thing has hap-
A '" opened to chrome, tin, cocoa,
and. a. host of other articles.
-i.'South Arimerica .is able, and
lling, 'to produce practic-
S'ally allof the important .__.'"_._
items i-. which the .United
State'is ot. self-sufficient. QUICK LIFT
et, the United States has a jet-assisted take
to owed ithe cheaper colonial craft, which can
but 400 fee
.lecohoimies to triumph and
."displace. Latin American
''If the Northamerican news -
papers are lamenting- that .
the United States is not self- -'--
sufficient, let them begin a ..
f *campaign for the re-integra .
I tion of Western Hemisphere '"'"'
economy. South 'America
has been called "the back-
yard of the U.S.". yet it has.
i'not been permitted to fulfill :
*:.' e;^ ^^M34s~
l Hail South American
In codl Petionville, offers
ii a* delightful homelike at-:;
t ":'ooms French, Haitian, and
American Cuisine .,at very
S moderate prices. Special fa- I
voi;able terms may be arran-
ged for. person wishing to
S sty as permenant guests.
ITI SUN, .SUNDAY 'MARCH 4TH
_=5PAY, WHAT 15 OH/T4AT' COUNTER- TALK FO0 OUR tOX')E 5PICED WAM?..
.... ALLTYAT. A LANA TURNER. I COPFFE WiTH CREAMt LE51E-E..OH-
LI PAY L NOO ANDU7AF ...TH4A7 SLONPANP 5W~E Y..Fr YE, THAT
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s 2 i-7 WICHI'MEATIN6?... 1 ,
p ,~ ~~~-1~W'
'Y-Sailors of \hef U. S. destroyer-tender Dixie
e news as .they played host to a group of un-.
hans at. an undisclosed Korean, port:. 'The tot at'
marveling at the powqrs of a bar of soap, while
ending out that the stuff wasn't made for the eyes. i
- This Chase Aircraft C-123 troop and cargo-
t required only six seconds to leave the ground in
e-off during tests at West Trenton, N. J. The huge
carry more than 20,000 pounds._of cargo, traveled
et on the runway before rising into the air.
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Singing in America) members,'
some 3000 delegates named Jan i
Valerie their "Miss Harmony."
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Sweet Adeline!" '
dans 1e monde entier, de plus- forts
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rLs. rendements observes depuis
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Haitian Author raised Friendliness
, (Continued from Page 7), for me. But here, there is
Pencil God,-' which is their t Bo much time-everything
third novel. The others we- is ,time.- .
re "cCanape Vertn and "The The pressure of time, how-
Boast of the Haitian.. Hills ever, does' not 'obstruct the
The first was awarded the friendliness of people of the The football season sta-.
John Dos Passos prize, for United States, according to ted last October and the firsi
Latin American literature. M. Thoby-Marcelin. series of games ended on Fe
Edmund Wilson, one of He sapid he expects to re- ,bruary 25th. Racing and Ex
the foremost literary critics turn to Haiti for.,a visit to' celsior won with 9 points.
in'the United States, wrote discuss with..his. brother a Violette wds second with 5
the introduction to "The newnovel they are writing; The second half, of the foot'
Pencil of God,- published Wher he gets back to Hai ball season will commence
by Vie .Houghton.Milin tci, M. Thoby-Marcelin said next Sunday March 11th.
company in.New-York. he is going t tell\the truth --
* M. Thob?-'Marcelih counts abomt the, united States to Here is the cplender of
Wilson and Sjohni Dos.- Pas" ail who ,wi listen to me. catches for the Pradel
sos, noted U. novelist, a- I w at to. correct false iM cup.championship to be pla
among his best friends. -The pressions some of my people yed atParc Leconte : (ea-
Haitian novelist sdid thie have-and especially I want son 1950-1951 ,
two. prominent U. 'S.litera- to tell them ahput the frien 1- Racing-Violecte'
ry figures have. given hinf dlness in -the ;United States- 11 Mach 1951
,patient guidance and en-. it's such a .wonderful, natu- 2- xcelsior-Bacardi
.couagemQnt.. th3ing-. 18 Mar y- 191rm
S L'k.H daidan nove isr' ex- e 22- ct o -1 951 "
plains that when he left his ', 2 March 1951 .
native island in 194 'to 4-Racing- Excelsior,
. .wokas- anslatr nhe QU... 25, March 1951 '
-.Pan Amerian UTnLn 5- Violette-Bacardi
Washing h (onted fo page 7) '1 1st April. 1951 .
ries of extreme .discrphia- you are of it and ashamed 6-Vitory-Racing ,
tio against Negroes."ite ofit,:the k4s likely is it to' 15 April 1951
United States. .. become one,of those wordly .7-' Arm .Violette
Inste-ad. he said, he found, comIprdmies that ou gloss 22 April :1951
-,.,a sense of 'congediality a-' over. with. nctuous and 'on' 8- 1elsior Victor
amongg "all ras ak'n klpds vention,l: clap-trap. Sell, 0 '29 April 1951 ,. '
,.of people. '-.... :. Youth just- frankly and ho-
As to the fast.tenipd-of' nestly as' "imch or as little'.
"* kS. life, the Haitian. v,4ter .of your souL.a,.ou hav to' :
. ':ays, ,Tliere rl~nb 6dt~ ..W -sX bo litO t al e and .'ien
son between the ,hurry;ahnd:fort-y yourself against the
rush iin the United 'Stktes b&nventidgalities'and bruta.
'and the placidity of .Hiti, ,; Ities of :the worldd with eve- ., .
"In mY. country,- he' added. r tool and everyy weapon'i ,
-time didd not seem. to Axist r &r disposal 'I
4.. .r..... -" =..fl':, .* --' -, ,. !.. .-I :1 ,' **
Sest aor... i
a a k fo
.,T ~ ~ ~ ~ i 4014 ."- -"- -- I'
- Here are the figure on Lihe Tourist.T."rader. iia:!*".h
discrj .without smoke-stack). The fosllinw'St
obtained from the National 'Office of Tousm:,C,:
the climb, tie number of tourists visiting H.t 'hp
made since 1948.- '. ,
1948 1949 1950- 195 ..
Jan. 698, '637 .12Q5, :,.. .
Feb.. 1047' 1837 -3.107'.
March. 858 '287 1308 '
April 342. .477 1037 --t :,
SMay. ..407., -446 601
Jun." 285 448 581' '
... July. 440 581 974 4'" '
Aug. 427. .632 1010 *" ,."- $ r
'S p. .'- .318 392-.... "503 ..'.:; :
Oct '305 -377 -500 ...' .....
Nov. 356 532 -, 82 4, -
Dec. 412 75S ." ..1842.. :. i :,.
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A giand -new Stulabaker fam ion
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4 lowest price largest selling cars Wi nerica .
A brandnew high-efficin cy V-8
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At.uly greatcar that sparkles] wi
'brilliant new perfoziance.
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PORT-AU -PRINCE N.
9- Bacirdi Atmee
1 1st May 1951
3 May. 1951,. ,
11- Racing -'Bacardi
6 May, 1951
12- Armee Excelsiot'-
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13- Victoy-Violette' .
20 May 1951 -.
14- Racing Armio .'.
14- Ann6"'. "- .
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15 .Bacardi Victory
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Page 12 ,HAITI SUN,-
Buy Classified Advertisements Sell
elp Wanted- For Rent -For- Sale Lost and Found
Classified advertisements ding $ 5%0 worth spare ding to Plaine du CuJ de
:are.accepted for things wan parts at cost $ 1.000.00 cash Sac.
ed. or unwanted ; articles Schooner VANORA, steel d) House, 8 rooms : 3 bed
r .or sale; personal services ; hull, teak wood deck, Hair rooms, modern comforts, ga
-n: scellaneouS items, such iao registry. 96 tons, length rage, Rue Rebecca, Petion-
as jobs wanted; houses for 73'. breadth 18'draft 9'0)", ville.
et; tutoring; traveling complete with sails, no mo- e) House for rent unfur-
: bnpanons; ideas gor sle tor buy has shafts and wa- nished with 2. bedrooms,
t accepted, adertisments er cooling valves installed, hall, dining room- with corn
S political ature. Rate good condition... $4.000.00 forts- Price $ 70.00 Petion-
df political nature. Rate : C v-lle.
i"'' er inerton, maxima Cash.- ville.
c per insertion, maximW. f) House for rent at Pe-
..1.0 words. . La Plantation Dauphin tionville, .odern comforts ,
aI goodlooking, Cap-Haitien, Haiti. Price $. 125.00 ,
S.:.' : a goodlookig, I'm-- gb) House for rent, furnis
charming Briseurn must be hed at' Petipnville Price
able to, dance, .speak: either $ 1.50.00 'and unfurnshed
Trench, Spanish,'. German or _$ 100.00 "
ngls..A ,Briseur, 'with a -100.00. AL
...h p e, A seer ha m h) Apartment 4 indepen- 4M
V car has a' preference over a dent rooms with kitchenSt
BiseurA without.a car.Must Louis Roi de France. Price
lbe clean,,wven no Bear- $ 3.000. (Believe it) L;
"./.ded, 4Bnsrur, need. apply, i) Rooms at $ 20.00 furni
I,;;i-tiunt address all shed, modem' and comforta-
Bri r pplicatons. "Strong Fema- HOUSE FOR .SALE ble in Petionville. '
Briseur. AND RENT- .- On enquiring about' any
B^ " : .- ,. iof the abo-e (a tot). barga-
FOR SALE a) Wall house, Place Bo- of the above (a to i) barg
ins at-the -Rodor Trading continued.
."Paliir ZR-4 Heaty Duty yer Petionville Corporatioun office 150 ding that is
taiiefi engine 40 HP with b) House, 9 rooms, corn- Grand'Rue (Bulding of Ro March the'
e:verse gear and inagneto forts, Place' Boyer, Petion- bert.- Bonfiomme 'Phone : ton, Texas
ii,' on.slow speed, suit ville. 2790.) .ask.- to see. their line" '
I .ble for 'le vy .boa.t ,t,"tsg, : c) Wallf hodise in b!c.c, 3 .of moder"i h&ndy "sewing Back bon
f ... ':" c,.ddf..,. f + +- s-, o o itv,.. :i obi:eslttt. -s.l eU :them his Excellenc
1 E. ROSWORD IPUzgL&;,.J "x" ', ^ti m +
A small house woId suit Our ap
z. Ce Author Here's the answr artist. overlooks. :city, low reports that
Sj Cze Auh rent, Ipteasant. quiet jungle rg of P
SY. ,- S surroundings contact the trekked to t1
HonIoxTAL 5 Yugoslav city .f Q Q diaey
1.6 Pictured late Departed. a- Haiti Sun, immediately week-end an
SCze.ct author. TComfort i d Brand new house for sale ted by our re
12 Newfo.pndland 8it. (ab in Petiodville near Place Bo and Mrs. Sm
13 Pastrag 10 Exit yer, beautiful modern, large Mrs Davidsot
,I r'rckC"ed 16 He died in te 32 Manifest 43 Helps rooms and all .onviences. witt Peters
SBrazilian coli -.--- (ab.) 33 Worshipper 44 French' (ab.) Contact the Haiti Sun, of- Sheilai O'M
S 20 Sitksi '- 18 IHatr being 35 Scorched 4e'Topie of Le Matin.
l tgehtietore' 20 Likes better '. 36 Australian 51 Chirese river ce Le Mat mous newspa
23rf.el 21 Meals river 52Tantalum.' T daring report
kt; .*a^j~iveight 26 Courtesy ..tile 37 Native of (symbol) ''(TI JOE cntin.ed ) 'ain their .na
25 kruese 28,Ventilate atvia 54 Whit? J contind -tain theirna
el=,A 5 31 Store 42Take notice 55Bushel (ab.) President Magloire Smmedi el
Si toed latelyy replied thanking Incidently
0 Mixed ype Brandt and Co. for their do- at Cabane C
SExtra nation and notifying hm of becoming as
,Possessed : the transfer offunds to as turday niht
.arl( 9 Mib slst the construction, of the can Band wlh
41 '"" Worker's city at St Martin. that they 'ha
a assages !' x their batumbones,
L4* s .y r -. .o m re here 'C st',-
Natural C ab.) I 35 I bett tere s
.BIt a..nest 'I .heir history,
29 S-ng aTvessel PHOT ENGRAV.' I Thursday.
23 ree Aid rx "mu 1
K, m 1 OI '[n 4 OFFSET PRINTING COLOR WORK A gay tim
-aer a1 t he Naude's
1 in ity RUE AMERItAINE 1348 'tion-ville
S1 pass 1 pint TELEPHONE 2278 |'night,' the oc
=- ,vku nrIghtei Frederi
I FAMOUS THROUGHOUT ,
3t town noiyn 'si. of'i
Scan BS 1 I
passa.e X-. thei oi
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SUNDAY MARCH 4TH
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LTHE WORLD FAMOUS
IN FRENCH. PERFUMERY
thday. Among the birthday
to take place, wishers were. sister Mitta,
iinth in Hous- Marie Claude MauiaS'Ma.-
; ,- ie Jose Maurasse.. Huguet.
xx te Jeager, Jean'Theird, Jac-
e on holidays is ques Laroahe, Alex Fomibrun
r VtLr Pierre Joseph Lacombe,. .Fip
..ister-or"oHaiBraauh"' Geoi ige Lcombe; R'
L-. : ger Carrie, and Gerard Rea-
cx. zier.The party was 'reported
Correspondent to. have been so' enjoyable
a large gathe- that .the gueil found-it 'diffi-_
)rt-au-Princians, cqlt to break away e-
he Qitadel last ven at .an early hour Suin-
ongi,those spot-':;day morning.
porter were Mr. xxx -
ith, Mr. and .At a quiet receptionn at
n- (le barbu), the home of Mr ..eorge Le-
ret, Burns, De- brun Wednesdiy night the
Ann Kennedy, formal'announcement of the
aly and two f& marriage in' October df
paper people Our ,'Eranck Lauture arid Yolan-
ter dd ,not ob- de Lebrun was made. The
mes. reception was attended' by
x relatives Gaetjens, Laraque.
Thursday nights Lebrun,' Oriole, Lauture, ana
houcounne are close friends of the cou-
popular as' Sa- ple
s. The Tamai-
ho proved to all. A covey, school, gaggle,
-v.' 'music in shoal or herd, estimated at a
when they we- hundred and something
qo'vDec. sound tourists ,poured sightseeing
!ver before in 'into Port-au-Ptince this
Saturday and week off the... ,good-ship"
., ,- Nuevo Dominicano. The
nxx fortnightly passenger ship
,e was bad at docked on time, .as usual,'al-
"Villa,' 'in Pe- wing the tourist a full day
last. Saturday to taxi up the mountains
passion was dat' and tour the city shops in
ique's 24th bir- search ;of souvenirs.
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